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					Division of Continuing Education,
Knoxville
Joseph P . Goddard, Dean                                         bring this fact to reality, The University of    defined by the Southern Association of
William D . Barton, Associate Dean                              Tennessee, Knoxville, continuing education        Colleges and Schools as "ten contact hours
Judy B . Constantine, Administrative Assistant                   program has been designed and staffed to         of participation in an organized continuing
                                                                 bring together under University auspices         education experience under responsible
   The Division of Continuing Education,                        groups of participants and qualified resource     sponsorship, capable direction, and qualified
Knoxville, is the administrative unit of UTK                     persons to share new learning and ideas ; to     instruction ." A permanent record of CEU's is
that extends academic courses, educational                      develop new insights ; to address current         maintained by the Department . A letter of
services, and other programs to the non-                        problems ; or to impart new skills and            completion of all CEU's earned at The
traditional student . While most people who                     techniques . The program embraces virtually       University of Tennessee, Knoxville, may be
participate in the programs are adults, persons                 all disciplines, professions, vocations, and      obtained upon written request.
of all ages and academic levels can be                          avocations.                                         Recent statewide legislation gives
counted among the people who enroll in the                         The Department of Conferences and Non-         Tennessee citizens who are 60 years of age
credit and non-credit offerings of the Division.                Credit Programs is staffed and equipped to        or older or those who are totally disabled the
   Programs and courses are based upon                          advise, assist, and provide administrative        opportunity to audit courses at UTK free of
student needs and desires, whether for self-                    support in the delivery of successful             charge, according to available space . Legal
motivated learning ; for leisure and recreational                                                                 verification of either of these conditions is
                                                                conferences, seminars, and non-credit
programs; or for professional promotion,                                                                          required for enrollment . Additional information
                                                                courses . In these roles, the Department can
certification, licensure, relicensure, or mid-                                                                    may be obtained by calling (615) 974-5261 or
                                                                consult on program content ; develop a
career changes. The Division provides these                                                                       974-6688.
                                                                working budget ; secure appropriate classroom
educational opportunities through program                       and/or meeting sites ; devise an attractive
coordination and development of the two
departments: Conferences and Non-Credit
                                                                format; arrange for auxiliary services, such as   University Evening
                                                                lodging, meal and banquet events, extra
Programs, and the University Evening School.                    excursions and tours, and handle complete         School
Specific programs and services of each                          registration procedures . In addition, the        Director:
department are described on the following                       Department designs, prints, and mails             S. C . Bills, Ed.D ., Tennessee.
pages.                                                          conference brochures and non-credit               Directors, Off-Campus Graduate Engineering
                                                                catalogs. The Department is equipped to           Program:
Conferences and Non-                                            handle computerized registrations and to
                                                                process all monies as required.
                                                                                                                  Kingsport-M . K. Goodman, M.S ., Tennessee; Oak
                                                                                                                  Ridge and
Credit Programs                                                    Non-credit courses administered by the         and Nashville-J . D . Westbrook, Ph.D., V .P .I .;
                                                                                                                  Assistant
Director:                                                       Department are tailored to meet the personal      Director, Oak Ridge-V . Maya, M.S . Tennessee.
W. L. Whelan, Ed .D ., Pacific States.                          and professional needs of individuals and         Associate Director:
Director, English Language Institute:                           groups in the area . These courses are offered    J . C. Sekula, Ph .D ., Tennessee.
D . A . Myers, Ph .D., Florida.                                 in cooperation with other academic units of       Assistant Directors:
                                                                                                                  T. R. Ayers, M .S., Tennessee ; L . U . Jurand-Salter,
                                                                the University and/or non-University agencies     M .S., Tennessee ; J . R . Rosamond, M .S ., Tennessee.
Assistant Director for Program Development:
G . D. Cooper, Ed.D., Tennessee.                                and cover a wide range of interests . One
Assistant Director for Administration:                          program, the Smoky Mountain Field School,         Coordinator:
S. R . Martin, B .A., Tennessee.                                generates considerable interest by                M . K. Warden, M .S. Tennessee
Staff Assistant:                                                                                                  Administrative Assistant:
                                                                emphasizing outdoor learning experiences in       B . H . Beeler.
M.A . Barry                                                     the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.          Assistant Professors:
Administrative Assistant:
I. P . Keith                                                       One phase of the Department which has          G . M . Fisher, M .S., Tennessee ; C. B. Mamantov,
                                                                experienced increased interest and growth is      Ed.D., Tennessee.
Coordinators:                                                   the English Language Institute. This program      Instructor:
C . J . Alban, M .A ., Michigan State ; J . G . Hitt, 8 .A .,                                                     A . J . MacCabe, M .S ., SUNY at Albany.
                                                                is of special interest to non-English speaking
Tennessee; J . G. Miller, B .A., North Carolina Central;        people and is structured to help foreign            The University Evening School, in
J. B . Phillips, Ed .D., Tennessee; K. J . Reagan, M .S.,
Tennessee, M. Thompson, M .S., Tennessee.                       students obtain a sufficient mastery of the       conjunction with academic colleges and
                                                                English language so as to pursue their            departments, administers credit programs for
  It has become evident that learning can                       educations in the United States.                  those students attending classes on-and off-
take place for an extended period of time in a                     Continuing Education Units (CEU's) are         campus in a variety of non-traditional formats.
variety of modes, settings, and circumstances                   awarded to students satisfactorily completing     Support services are provided to assist
other than in the traditional classroom . To                    courses which are approved . A CEU is             students in their educational pursuits.



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        On-Campus Evening Program . Classes are           Some off-campus locations offer course           students. Secondary registration at both on-
    offered during late afternoon and evening          work leading to specialized gradute degrees.        and off-campus locations are also available.
     hours for those students who work or have         Graduate students in the College of Education       ADVISING
    other commitments during the day . The             may acquire sufficient course work at                 An advising counseling program is available
    following undergraduate degrees are                Cleveland State Community College to
                                                                                                           for the benefit of all evening students who
    available:                                         complete the Masters degree in Curriculum
                                                                                                           need assistance with academic and/or
        College of Business Administration -           and Instruction with a major in Curriculum.         personal matters. The program can
     Bachelor of Science in Business with a majors        The Evening School administers off-campus
    in Accounting, General Business, Economics,                                                            accommodate students during regular daytime
                                                       centers at Kingsport, Nashville, and Oak
    or Management (General concentration);                                                                 hours ,(8 :30-5 :30) and in the evenings by
                                                       Ridge where courses leading to advanced
        College of Liberal Arts - Bachelor of Arts                                                         appointment, as well as at various centralized
                                                       degrees in science, engineering, and business
    with major in Anthropology, Art, Biology,                                                              off-campus locations . During evening advance
                                                       are offered . The Kingsport Center offers
    Computer Science, Economics, Mathematics,          course work leading to Masters and Doctoral         registration days, advisers from the various
     Psychology, or Sociology.                         degrees in Chemical, Electrical, and Industrial     colleges are on hand for academic
        Some departments within the Colleges of        Engineering (Management options available).         consultation. The Colleges of Liberal Arts and
     Business Administration, Education, and           At Oak Ridge, graduate study programs lead          Business Administration also cooperate with
     Engineering offer all courses required for an     to an MBA with concentrations in                    the Evening School by providing extended
    advanced degree during the evening . The           Management or Statistics, as well as Masters        hours several times a week to advise
     College of Business Administration also offers    and Doctoral degrees in Engineering,                students . A veterans adviser assists in
    all courses required for the MBA degree with       Mathematics, and Physical Sciences.                 academic planning for Evening School
    a concentration in Management . For other          Graduate programs leading to the Masters in         students who receive educational benefits
    majors, consult the appropriate academic           Industrial Engineering are available at the         under the G .I . Bill.
    department.                                        Nashville location.                                 FINANCIAL AID
        Mini-Term . The University Evening School         Workshops. Credit workshops are
    offers two Mini-Terms a year - one during                                                                 Evening School students who encounter
                                                       coordinated through various academic                difficulty in pursuing academic goals because
    September and one in December . Students           departments of the University and provide
     may enroll in one concentrated credit course                                                          of financial restrictions may be eligible for
                                                       students the opportunity to participate in short
    during the ten-day Mini-Term period.                                                                   assistance through the Evening School
                                                       periods of intensive study. As a result,
        Courses and instructors listed for the Mini-                                                       Scholarship Fund . Interested students may
                                                       students may earn college credit within a
    Term are carefully selected to reflect a broad                                                         also obtain applications for the Pell Grant
                                                       shorter time frame than the traditional quarter
    academic base of individualized offerings                                                              (formerly Basic Educational Opportunity Grant)
                                                       system.
     suited to an intensive program of study.                                                              in the Evening School Office.
                                                          Workshops offer flexibility of timing,
     Courses cover traditional material and            location, and content; and summer workshops
     information included in regular quarterly         are particularly popular with teachers and          Elderly and Disabled Persons
     offerings; however, these courses may be          school administrators. Although most                   Recent legislation gives Tennessee citizens
     supplemented with films, team teaching, field     workshops are held on the UTK campus,               who are 60 years of age or older, or those
     trips, independent research projects and          geography is not a limiting factor.                 who are totally disabled, the opportunity to
     specialized areas of study, affording students       Nursing Education Program. The Nursing           attend courses at the University at no charge
     an opportunity to immerse themselves in the       Education Program is conducted under a              on an audit, space available basis . Legal
     discipline selected.                              contractual agreement with three Knoxville          verification of either of these conditions is
        Off-Campus Programs. The Evening School        area hospitals . The University Evening School      required for enrollment . Students who are 65
     conducts undergraduate and graduate               provides academic foundation courses for the        or over, or who are totally disabled, and who
     courses in many locations away from the           independent Schools of Nursing of each              desire to receive UT credit for their courses,
     Knoxville campus . The courses are scheduled      hospital. Evening School also provides              may pay a reduced charge of $5 per credit
     in response to requests and identifiable needs    academic courses for Radiologic Technology          hour up to a maximum of $50 for a full-time
     of adult part-time students who live some         students enrolled through two area hospitals.       load. Registration for day and evening classes
     distance from the UTK campus and who take            Student Services A comprehensive program         is handled by the Evening School.
     part or all of their courses at off-campus
                                                       of services is provided by the University              The University Evening School office is
     locations.
                                                       Evening School for both on-and off-campus           located at 451 Communications & University
        All course offerings and instructors are
                                                       students.                                           Extension Building on the UTK campus and
    approved by the appropriate academic
    department heads, and the credit awarded is        REGISTRATION                                        may be reached by calling (615) 974-5361 . All
    resident credit . The majority of colleges            Quarterly registration by mail is offered as a   inquiries concerning these programs are
    cooperate in off-campus programming .              convenience to former Evening School                welcome .
Colleae of Education
William H . Coffield, Dean                       combined academic and direct experiences,           must meet the same Association requirements
C. Glennon Rowell, Associate Dean for            the prospective teacher acquires a depth and        described above . Post-secondary work
      Instructional Programs                      breadth of knowledge and understanding             completed and grade point averages earned
Thomas W . George, Assistant Dean for             superior to that of the typical college            at other institutions will be used in the
     Support Services                            graduate-superior in cultural and citizenship       determination of Full Status for transfer
                                                 appreciation as well as in professional and         students who have not earned the minimum
   Teacher education is historically a major     scholarly accomplishment.                           high school grade point average and
function of The University of Tennessee.            The Claxton Education Building contains          standardized test scores.
 Beginning in 1903, when the first courses for   many modern and functional facilities for the
teachers were offered, the University has        professional training of teachers. Classrooms,      Admission to Teacher Education
increasingly fulfilled its responsibility to     laboratories, seminar rooms, faculty and               Students desiring certification to teach must
provide schools with competent teachers and      administrative offices, the instructional           gain admittance into Teacher Education
service personnel and to improve the teaching    materials center, the Bureau of Educational         before enrolling in various required upper-
profession by continually upgrading its          Research and Service, the School Planning           division education courses. Applicants are
membership . The College of Education was        Laboratory, and facilities for special activities   encouraged to (I) begin the multiphase
established in 1926, and all teacher             such as observation and experimentation are         admission process during their first quarter of
                                                 located in this air-conditioned building.           full-time attendance and (2) complete the
preparation programs at The University of
Tennessee are now coordinated within its                                                             process by approximately the sixtieth quarter
seven departments and its School of Health,      Teacher Placement Service                           hour.
Physical Education, and Recreation.                The College of Education, cooperating with           Applicants must complete the following
   The College of Education holds                the University Placement Service, assists           requirements (recommended sequence for
membership in the American Association of        qualified students and alumni in securing           completion):
Colleges for Teacher Education . All             positions . School and collpge administrators          1 .Basic Skills Tests. The State Board of
certification and degree programs through the    are cordially invited to make full use of these     Education requires all applicants to pass tests
doctoral level are fully accredited by the       services in their efforts to employ competent       of reading comprehension, mathematics
National Council for Accreditation of Teacher    personnel.                                          computation, and language . Applicants with a
                                                                                                     minimum ACT composite score of 17 are
Education, the Southern Association of
                                                                                                     exempted from this requirement . (Transfer
Colleges and Schools, and the Tennessee          General Information                                 students having a minimum ACT composite
State Department of Education.
                                                                                                     score of 17 or a total score of 765
   The faculty of the College of Education is    Association with the College                        (Verbal/Quantitative) on the SAT or CEEB
committed to performing three major                 Application for association with the College     must supply the assistant dean's office with
functions : (1) to provide professional          of Education may be made at any time.               an official record of their score(s) .)
preparation for teachers, administrators, and       Course Load-Permission for more than 19             Students, except for junior-senior transfer
school service personnel at undergraduate        hours in a quarter must be obtained from the        students, are encouraged to take the basic
and graduate levels ; (2) to collaborate with    Assistant Dean for Support Services . A normal      skills tests during their second quarter of full-
school personnel, educational agencies,          course load in the college is 16-19 hours.          time attendance, using time during their first
professional groups, and others interested in       Applicants for association with the College      quarter of attendance for test preparation.
the evaluation and improvement of                of Education are classified accordingly:            (Details on preparation are available through
educational opportunities, programs, and            (1) Full Association . Minimum 2 .5 high         the assistant deans's office .)
services ; and (3) to promote and conduct        school grade point average (4 point scale)             2 .Socio-Emotional Evaluation . Applicants
experimental and research studies in             and a minimum of 17 ACT composite or 765            are required to undergo a socio-emotional
education.                                       SAT combined score . (2) Provisional                (personality) evaluation . Students whose
   The teacher preparation programs represent    Association . Students not eligible for Full        scores on selected scales represent extreme
utilization of University-wide resources and     Association are granted Provisional                 variations from established norms will be
cooperation of all appropriate units . Certain   Association . Status may be upgraded to Full        required to undergo further evaluation.
requirements are of basic importance : A broad   Association upon the completion of a                   Students, except for junior-senior transfer
cultural background in the arts and sciences     minimum of 45 quarter hours and the                 students, should take the personality test
(general education), mastery of professional     achievement of a minimum 2.5 grade point            during their third quarter of full-time
knowledge and skills, and thorough               average (4 point scale).                            attendance.
preparation of specific teaching fields.            Transfer students, from within and external         3.Field Experience . Applicants to Teacher
Through a carefully planned program of           to The University of Tennessee, Knoxville,          Education must provide evidence of having



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successfully completed a field experience in a    (6)  Senior standing and a minimum grade             (5) Fulfillment of all special
public school setting . (Refer to program area         point average of 2 .5 on work completed             recommendations of the Admissions and
curriculum for specific required experiences .)        at The University of Tennessee, and a               Retention Committee.
   Students, except for junior-senior transfer         cumulative grade point average of 2 .5.         (6) Successful completion of at least one
students, should complete the field                 In addition, any record established by the             three quarter hour course dealing with
experience requirement during their fourth        student in the Office of Student Conduct will            the learning and behavioral
quarter of full-time attendance.                  be reviewed by the Admissions and                        characteristics of handicapped students.
   4 .Speech and Hearing Evaluations.             Retentions Committee.                                (7) Effective January 15, 1981, the Tennessee
Applicants are required to undergo speech           The 15-quarter hour student teaching                   State Board of Education requires all
and hearing evaluations.                          experience is evaluated on a satisfactory-no             persons seeking Tennessee teaching
   Students, except for junior-senior transfer    credit basis and the hours are included in the           certification to take the National Teacher
students, should undergo the speech and           University policy requiring a 2.0 in the last 45         Examinations . Students may obtain
hearing evaluations during their fourth quarter   hours worked.                                            further information in the Advising
of full-time attendance.                            The most important criterion in placing                Center, 212 Claxton Education Building.
   Applicants to Teacher Education are            student teachers in the public schools is the
required to have a minimum of 2 .5 UTK grade      value of the experience for preparing for            Graduate Programs
point average . Furthermore, transfer students    teaching. The University cannot guarantee the
                                                                                                         The College of Education, through the
must, also, have a minimum of 2 .5 cumulative     geographic locale desired by the student
                                                                                                       Graduate School, offers programs leading to
grade point average . (No applicant's grade       though effort will be made to follow the             the Master of Science degree, the Master of
point average will be considered until the        student's wishes. Student teaching centers
                                                  are maintained in East Tennessee                     Education degree, the Master of Arts in
completion of at least 60 quarter hours .)                                                             College Teaching degree, the Master of Public
                                                  communities, some of which are at a
   A program area recommendation may be                                                                Health degree, the Specialist in Education
                                                  considerable distance from Knoxville . Married
required of some applicants.                                                                           (advanced graduate) degree, the Doctor of
                                                  students will be placed as near their homes
   Applicants to Teacher Education will be                                                             Education, and the Doctor of Philosophy
                                                  as possible in order to preserve family life.
reviewed by the Office of Student Conduct.                                                             degrees. For further information, see the
Any applicant who has established a record of                                                          Graduate Catalog.
misconduct will be reviewed by the college's      Substitutions
Admission and Retention Committee.                   It is sometimes necessary and advisable for
   Graduate students, except for those            students to substitute other courses for those       Undergraduate Curricula
previously admitted to the College's Teacher      required in a particular curriculum . This is           The college offers courses of study leading
Education Program, must gain admittance to        particularly true of students who transfer to        to the Bachelor of Science in Education and
Teacher Education before receiving the            The University of Tennessee College of               to eligibility for teacher certification in
College's recommendation for certification.       Education from another college or university.        Tennessee and in those states which grant
   Students interested in complete details on     The general test of whether a substitution           reciprocity privileges to graduates of
admission to Teacher Education should             would be appropriate is, Does the course you
                                                                                                       institutions accredited by the National Council
contact the Assistant Dean for Support            with to substitute meet the spirit of the course
                                                                                                       for Accreditation of Teacher Education
Services, 212 Claxton Education Building.         requirement? That is, Is the content similar or
                                                                                                        (NCATE).
                                                  perhaps more appropriate to your needs?
                                                                                                          A core of studies provides the foundation
Admission to Student Teaching                        To initiate a substitution request the student    for specialization in all teacher education
                                                  should visit with the advisor first. If they agree
   Application for all student teaching                                                                curricula . In addition, approved concentrations
                                                  that the substitution is an appropriate one, the
programs must be filed no later than January                                                           must be completed in subject fields
                                                  substitution request form should be forwarded
1 of the academic year preceding the actual                                                            specifically related to the public school
                                                  to the Office of the Assistant Dean for
experience . For example, if a student plans to                                                        curriculum . A choice is to be made among
                                                  Support Services, 212 Claxton Education
student teach during the 1983-84 academic                                                              programs leading to recommendation for
                                                  Building Approved petitions are forwarded to
year, application must be made by January 1,                                                           certification at one of three levels: elementary,
                                                  the Dean of Admissions for further approval,
1983 . Applications for student teaching may      and for filing in the Records Office.                (kindergarten-9), secondary (grades 7-12), or
be completed on approximately four                   Courses taken at junior or community              special subjects in grades 1-12.
occasions each quarter . A schedule of the        colleges may be substituted for lower division          Courses in library science are available to
application meetings is available in the Office   (1000/2000 level) courses or may be used as          students who are interested in beginning
of the Director of Student Teaching, 212          electives. These courses may not be                  positions in any library or in preparation for
Claxton Education Building.                       substituted for upper division (3000/4000            further graduate study in professional
   Making application for student teaching is     level) courses.                                      librarianship . The minimum requirements for
not contingent upon admission to the Teacher                                                           full-time librarianship in any size school in
Education Program . Students should apply for     Recommendation for Certification                     Tennessee can be met through completion of
student teaching at the appropriate time                                                               the basic library service courses (3510, 3520,
                                                     The application for a professional teacher's
regardless of their status in the process of                                                           3530, 4140, 4150, 4270, 4330, 4750).
                                                  certificate should be completed early in the
admission to the Teacher Education Program.                                                            Endorsement as a librarian requires 27 quarter
                                                  final quarter before graduation . Application
   Following are the general prerequisites for                                                         hours in library science . At the undergraduate
                                                  forms may be obtained in the Registrar's
student teaching . Student teaching                                                                    level, only a minor in library science is
                                                  Office, 215 Student Services Building, and in
prerequisites for specific program areas (art,                                                         available . Students in the college will select
                                                  the Office of the Assistant Dean for Support
elementary, P .E ., etc.) are available in the                                                         an appropriate curriculum from those outlined
                                                  Services, 212 Claxton Education Building.
student teaching office or from the academic                                                           under the (undergraduate curriculum) section.
                                                     Tennessee state regulations stipulate that
advisor.                                                                                               Students interested in this program should
                                                  the applicant for a professional certificate
(1) Full admission to the Teacher Education                                                            consult with a member of the faculty of the
                                                  must be recommended by the teacher-training
      Program no later than the quarter           institution . The dean of the College of             Graduate School of Library and Information
     preceding student teaching.                                                                       Science.
                                                  Education is the official designated to
(2) Completion of the professional core                                                                   Students should work closely with faculty
                                                  recommend University of Tennessee
     courses (Education 3010, 3020, 3030          graduates for teacher certification . To receive     advisers in planning programs of study . The
     and Educational Psychology 2430 or           this recommendation, the applicant must have         chosen curriculum must be followed as
     3810).                                       fulfilled the following requirements:                outlined to assure graduation and certification,
(3) Completion of field experiences required      (1) A minimum cumulative grade point                 and any proposed substitution for a required
      in the program curriculum.                         average of 2 .0.                              course should be filed for approval before the
(4) Completion of the special methods             (2) Satisfactory performance of the student          end of the junior year.
     courses at The University of Tennessee.             teaching experience.
(5) Completion of at least nine quarter hours     (3) A minimum grade point average of 2.0 in          Satisfactory/No Credit Courses
     of prescribed course work in Professional           the teaching field(s).                          For the curricula listed under roman
      Education at The University of              (4) Completion of a methods course in each           numerals I, II, and III only, a student may
     Tennessee at Knoxville .                            area of endorsement .                         include a maximum of 30 hours in non-
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directed electives taken on a Satisfactory/No              Health and Physical Education (15 hours)                     1510, 1520, 2510, 3510.
Credit basis in the total hours required for                 P .E . 3450 (3), School Health 3610 (3), P .E.
graduation . S/NC may not be used in required              activities (4), P .E . electives (2-3 hours) and           SPECIALIZED COURSES	                      34 hours
courses or controlled electives, except where              Health elective (3) from Public Health 1110,                  P . E . 3450, 3660 ; Pub . Health 3210 ; health
the course is offered on an S/NC basis (such               3000, 3210, School Health 3410, 3510.                      electives ; Art Ed . 2100, 2110 ; Music Ed. 2100,
as student teaching and field experiences) . An            Humanities (12 hours)                                      3110 ; Educ . C & 14303 ; CFS 3120 ; C & I
area of concentration will be considered as                  Literature 8 hours ; Art Education 3500 or               3510.
non-directed electives except where specific               Music Education 3500 (4 hours).
courses or controlled electives are required.              Mathematics (9 hours)                                      FOUNDATIONS COURSES	                    15 hours
   NOTE: Students are advised to consult the                 Mathematics 2110, 2120, 2130.                              CFS 1500, 3210 ; Select one : CFS 3220,
University's degree requirements as stated in              Natural Sciences (16 hours)                                4230 or 4350 ; Select two : Educ . C & 130,10*,
the front section of this catalog as well as the             8 hours in biological science.                           3020*, 3030*.
requirements for the college or department.                Recommended series are Biology 1210, 1220
                                                           (1230) or Botany 1110, 1120) . 8 hours in                  TEACHING AND THEORY COURSES 	               54
I . Curricula for Elementary                               physical science . Recommended series are                  hours
                                                           Physics 1410, 1420 (1430) ; or Geology 1410,                 Educ. C & 13260*, 3270*, 3280*, 3281*,
Teachers                                                   1420 ; or Astronomy 2110, 2120 (2130) ; or                 3350*, 3720*, 4450*, 4451*, 4452 1 , 4850*,
A. Grade 1 through Grade 8                                 Chemistry 1110, 1120 (1130).
(certification for grades 1-8)                                                                                        4851* ; Spec . Ed . 3333, CFS 4110, 4111.
                                                           Social Studies (16 hours)
                                                             U .S . History (8 hours-it is recommended                ELECTIVES	                                          6 hours
GENERAL EDUCATION 	                        81 hours        that the history course be taken at the
Communications (13 hours)                                  sophomore level). Social Institutions (4 hours).           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                     192 hours
  English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 ; 1031 or 1032               Geography (4 hours).
or 1033 (English 1019 may be required for
some students) ; Speech 2021 or 2311.                                                                                 II . Joint Elementary-Mathematics
                                                           CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	                       9 hours
Health and Physical Education (15 hours)                     Educ . C & 13010*, 3020*, 3030*.                         Education Certification
  P .E . 3450 (3), School Health 3610 (3), P.E.                                                                       Mathematics (9 hours)
activities (4), P .E . electives (2-3 hours) and           ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COURSES 	               49                Mathematics 2110, 2120, 2130 . Students
Health elective (3) from Public Health 1110,               hours                                                      with at least 3 years high school mathematics
3000, 3210, School Health 3410, 3510.                        Educ . C & I (Methods) : 3260*, 3268*,                   (e .g . Algebra I, Geometry, and Algebra II) and
Humanities (12 hours)                                      3270*, 3280*, 3281*, 3350*, 3351 *, 3719*,                 ACT Mathematics score of at least 22 may
  Literature, 8 hours; Art Education 3500 or               3720* (27 hours) ; Educ . C & I (Field                     replace the 9 hours of Mathematics 2110-20-
Music Education 3500 (4 hours).                            Experience ) : 3511, 3512*, 3513* (6 hours);               30 with the following six hours of mathematics
Mathematics (9 hours)                                      Educ . C & I (Student Teaching) : 4810*, 4820*,            courses : 3 hours credit in courses selected
  Mathematics 2110, 2120, 2130.                            4100* (16 hours).                                          from Mathematics 3310, 3320, 3330 ; 3 hours
Natural Science (16 hours)                                                                                            credit in courses selected from Mathematics
  8 hours in biological science.                           SPECIALIZED COURSES	                    33 hours           3100, 3110, 3720.
Recommended series are Biology 1210, 1220                    Educational Psychology 3430 ; Educ. Psych.
(1230) or Botany 1110, 1120) . 8 hours in                  3100; Art Ed . 3100, 3150 ; Music Ed . 2100,               GENERAL EDUCATION	                       90 hours
physical science . Recommended series are                  3110; Ed . C&l 3510 ; Special Ed . 3333 ; C&l              Communications (12 hours)
Physics 1410, 1420 (1430), or Geology 1410,                4303 ; C&l 4240; C&l 4750.                                    English 1010-20 and 1031 or 1032 or 1033
1420, or Astronomy 2110, 2120 (2130), or                                                                              (English 1019 may be required of some
Chemistry 1110, 1120 (1130).                               EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION 	               12 hours         students) ; Speech 2021 or 2311.
Social Studies (16 hours)                                    Educ . C & 14450, C&l 4451, CFS 3210 or                  Humanities (12 hours)
  U .S . History (8 hours-it is recommended                Ed . Psych . 3350 . Select one of the following:              Eight hours of literature and four elective
that the history course be taken at the                    C&l 4452, CFS 3360, CFS 4420, CFS 4610,                    hours.
sophomore level) . Social institutions (4 hours).          Sp. Ed . 4520.                                             Health and Physical Education (19 hours)
Geography (4 hours).                                                                                                     Psychology 2500, Educ . Psychology 2430;
                                                           ELECTIVES	                                       6 hours   Physical Education 3450 ; physical education
CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	                       9 hours                                                              electives (3 hours) ; School Health 3610.
 Educ. C & 13010*, 3020*, 3030*.                           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	                       191 hours    Select one of the following as a prerequisite
                                                                                                                      to School Health 3610 : Public Health 1110,
ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COURSES	               49             C. Nursery School through Grade 3                          School Health 3000, 3210, 3410, 3510.
hours                                                        (certification for Kindergarten - Grade 3)               Natural Sciences (20 hours)
  Educ. C & I (Methods) : 3260*, 3268*,                                                                               Recommended series or combinations:
3270*, 3280*, 3281*, 3350*, 3351 *, 3719*,                 GENERAL EDUCATION	                       83 hours          A. Biological science (8-12 hours) Biology
3720*, (27 hours) ; Educ . C & I (Field                    Communications (12 hours)                                        1210-20-30 or Botany 1110-20
Experience) : 3511, 3512*, 3513* (6 hours);                   English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 ; 1031 or 1032              B. Physical Science (8-12 hours) Physics
Educ. C & I (Student Teaching) : 4810*, 4820*,             or 1033 ; Speech 2021 or 2311.                                   1410-20-30 or Geology 1510-20 or
4100* (16 hours).                                          Humanities (12 hours)                                            Astronomy 2110-20-30 or Chemistry
                                                              Literature (4) ; Music 1210 or 1220 or Art                    1110-20-30
SPECIALIZED COURSES	                   33 hours            1815 or 1825 ; philosophy or religious studies
  Educational Psychology 3430; Educational                                                                            Mathematics (9 hours)
                                                           (4).                                                          Math 2110-20-30 taken in sequence.
Psychology 3100 ; Art Ed . 3100, 3150 ; Music              Natural Science (16 hours)
Ed . 2100, 3110 ; Educ . C&l 3510 ; Special Ed.                                                                       Social Sciences (18 hours)
                                                              Biological science (in series or combination)              Four hours in history ; 14 hours electives
3333; C&l 4303 ; C&l 4240; C&l 4750.                       (8) ; physical science (in series or combination)          from a minimum of three areas of social
                                                           (8).                                                       science other than history.
ELECTIVES	                                      18 hours   Mathematics (9 hours)
                                                              Mathematics 2110-20-30.
TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	               191 hours                                                                      CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 	                 53
                                                           Social Sciences (18 hours)                                 hours
B. Kindergarten through Grade 8.                              History (4) ; Child and Family Studies 4610;            A. Education Curriculum & Instruction (9
  (certification for Kindergarten - Grade 8)               Economics 2110; Anthropology 2530 or 3410                       hours) l Educ . C&l 3010*, 3020, 3030*
                                                           or Human Services or Sociology 4320 or                     B. Educ . C&I Methods (29 hours)* Educ.
GENERAL EDUCATION	                   81 hours              4510 ; Electives (from anthropology,                            C&l 3260 1 ,3270 1 ,3280 1 ,3281 1 ,3350
Communications (13 hours)                                  economics, geography, human services,                           1 ,3351 1,3751-52, 1 3512, 3720 1 .
  English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020; 1031 or 1032                political science, sociology).
or 1033 (English 1019 may be required for                  Interdisciplinary Studies in Home
some students) ; Speech 2021 or 2311.                      Economics (16 hours) H .E.                                 'Requires admission to Teacher Education program.
                                                                                                                      'Total three hours required.
                                                                                                                      *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program.
*Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .         *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .         'Required for Student Teaching .
	


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    C. Educ . C&l Student Teaching (15 hours)*                       Mathematics                    Educ . C   & 13751   and          or analytic geometry and calculus and at
                                                                                                    3752                              least 12 hours in courses numbered
        Educ. C&I 4810, 4720.                                                                                            and
                                                                     Science                        Educ . C   & 13654
                                                                                                                                      3050 or above with at least one course
                                                                                                    4654
    SPECIALIZED COURSES	                    15 hours                                                Educ . C             and          in algebra and one in geometry.
                                                                     Social Studies 2                          & 13653
    Educ . Psych . 3810, Art Educ . 3100, Music                                                     3853                       (2) Related Sciences-12 hours in physics2
    Educ . 2100, Educ. C&l 3510 1 , Special Ed.                                                                                       and 12 hours in each of two of the
    3333 ..                                                          TEACHING SUBJECT AREAS                                           following subjects : astronomy, biology,
                                                                     AND ELECTIVES	                       72 Hours                    botany, chemistry, geology, microbiology,
    AREA OF CONCENTRATION 	               36 hours at                  See outline of the programs below.                             zoology.
    least one yearof calculus or analytic                                                                                              Endorsements: Mathematics, General
    geometry and calculus.                                           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	                190 hours                  Science 3
    2 . Minimum of 12 hours of mathematics                                                                                     c . Mathematics and Computer Sciences (72
                                                                     PROGRAMS AVAILABLE
          courses numbered 3050 or above                                                                                               hours)
                                                                        Program majors leading to graduation and
          including at least one course in algebra                                                                             (1) Mathematics) (36 hours)-must include
                                                                     certification for high school teaching range                      at least a one-year sequence in calculus
          and one in geometry.                                       from the broad fields, comprehensive major,                       or analytic geometry and calculus and at
                                                                     to the subject major and minor combination                        least 12 hours in courses numbered
    ELECTIVE	                                            6 hours
                                                                     programs.                                                         3050 or above with at least one course
    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                          201 hours      A . English Education                                             in algebra and one in geometry.
                                                                     1.    English with a Minor                                (2) Computer Science and Physics-24
    III. Curricula for Secondary                                     a.    45 quarter hours in English, including                      hours in computer science and 12 hours
                                                                           three in English language (3330, 3340,                      in physics2.
    Education (7-12)                                                       4430, 4440, 4450) . Nine of the 45 hours                    Endorsement: Mathematics
                                                                           may be in speech provided the student is            2 . Mathematics major with a minor (72
    GENERAL EDUCATION	                        70 hours                     not minoring in speech.                                     hours)
    Communications (13 hours)                                        b. 27 hours in some other subject which                   a . Mathematics) (45 hours)-must include
       English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020; 1031 or 1032                           constitutes a minor. (If students who                       at least a one-year sequence in calculus
    or 1033 (English 1019 may be required of                               elect to minor in a foreign language do                     or analytic geometry and calculus and at
    some students) ; and Speech 2311.                                      not have two entrance credits in a                          least 12 hours in courses numbered
    Health and Physical Education (9 hours)                                foreign language from high school, they                     3050 or above with at least one course
       Including at least 3 hours of school health                         must take 36 hours in a foreign                             in algebra and one in geometry.
    or public health or nutrition (P .E . must be                          language .)                                          b . 27 hours in another subject used as a
    represented .)                                                   c.    Students enrolled in this program must                       minor.
    Humanities (16 hours)                                                  take two English methods courses:                           Endorsement: Mathematics
       Any 4 hours from English 2510-20-30-40-                              Education C&I 3657 and 3658.                        D. Psychology Education
    50-60-70-80-90, plus 12 hours of electives                                                                                  1. A concentration and endorsement in
    from anthropology, art, English literature,                      B . Foreign Language Education
                                                                     1 . Foreign Language Area                                          psychology shall require a minimum of 30
    Library and Information Science 3510-20-30,                                                                                         quarter hours-12 hours upper division
    foreign language (beyond introductory level),                    a. 36 quarter hours in one language with no
                                                                            less than 18 quarter hours of upper-                        distributed as follows:
    history (upper-division), music, philosophy, or
                                                                           division courses.                                    Core                                       16 hours
    religious studies. (NOTE: At least three fields
    must be represented .)                                           b. 27 quarter hours in another language
    Mathematics (4 hours) 1                                                with no less than 18 quarter hours of
    Natural Science (12 hours)                                              upper-division courses.                            Psychology 2500	                               4
       A biological science, a physical science, or                  c.     9 hours of general and applied linguistics.        Psychology 3120	                               4
                                                                     2 . Foreign Language Major and Minor                      Psychology 3150	                               4
    a combination of the two.
                                                                     a.     45 quarter hours (9 less quarter hours if          Psychology 3210	                               4
    Psychology (4 hours)
                                                                            based upon 2 entrance credits from high            Electives-14 hours selected from:
       Psychology 2500.                                                                                                               Psychology 2520, 2530, 2540, 3129,
    Social Studies (12 hours)                                               school) and one language with no less
                                                                            than 27 quarter hours of upper-division                   3210, 3220, 3310, 3430, 3550, 3650,
       Two fields should be represented from                                                                                          4230, 4510, 4520, 4610, 4900;
    anthropology, economics, geography, history,                            courses.
                                                                     b.     27 quarter hours in another subject.                      Psychology or Ed. Psych . 4640 ; Ed.
    human services, political science, and                                                                                            Psych . 3110, 4110, 4130, 4800, 4880,
    sociology.                                                       C. Mathematics Education                                         4890.
                                                                     1 . Area Majors in Mathematics                            2.    Two minors (18-27 hours for a total of 45
    CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours                           a. Mathematics and Physical Sciences (75                        quarter hours) each with minimum of 6
     Educ . C&I 3010, 3020, 3030                                            hours)                                                   hours upper division.
                                                                     (1) Mathematics) (27 hours) must include at               At least one of the two minor areas must
    SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL                                                least a one-year sequence in calculus or           meet Tennessee minimum endorsement
    EDUCATION	                             39 hours                         analytic geometry and calculus and at              requirements for the subject area.
      Special Ed 3333, Educational Psychology                               least 12 quarter hours in courses                  E . Science Education
    3810; 6 hours of appropriate methods                                    numbered 3050 or above with at least
    courses ; Educ. C&l 3521-22-23 3 , 4100, 4710-                                                                             1 . Area Majors in Science
                                                                            one course in algebra and one in                         Biological science (72 hours minimum)
    20*, Ed . 4300 or Ed . 4304, and 6 hours of                                                                                a.
                                                                            geometry.                                                Biology 1210-20-30 1 or Botany 1110-20-
    electives selected from the College of                           (2) Physical Sciences-12 hours in each of                       40 (12 hours)
    Education.                                                              the following : Chemistry, geology,
      NOTE : An appropriate special methods                                                                                          Biology 3110-20-30 (12 hours)
                                                                            physics2.                                                Microbiology 2010 (4 hours)
    course must be taken in each subject and/or                      (3) Electives-12 additional hours in physical                   Chemistry (excluding 1410 series) (12
    area in which endorsement is sought, and                                sciences and/or mathematics.
    admission to Teacher Education Program is                                                                                        hours)
                                                                            Endorsements: Mathematics and                            Science electives-(32 hours minimum),
    required for each.                                                      Physical Science, General Science 3.                     approved electives must be selected
                                                                     b . Mathematics and Related Sciences (72                        from one or more of the following:
    English                          Educ .   C & 13657    and              hours)
                                     3658                                                                                            biological sciences-biochemistry,
    Foreign Language                 Educ .   C & 13652    and       (1) Mathematics) (36 hours)-must include                        botany, microbiology, zoology ; physical
                                     3653                                   at least a one-year sequence in calculus                 science-chemistry. Minimum
                                                                                                                                     requirement in biological science consists
    *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program.                 At least one must be taken concurrently with a special         of 56 hours (12 hours chemistry required,
    +Mathematics 2012 recommended for students who will take         methods course.                                                 excluding 1410 series).
    only 4 hours.                                                     +Excluding Math 2012, 2110, 2120, 2130.
    2 lncludes history, economics, geography, sociology, political   2 Excluding Physics 1410, 1420, 1430.
    science, psychology .                                              Plant and animal science courses required .             +Only one freshman-level biological science series permitted.
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         Endorsements : Biology (Life Science)               English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 ; 1031 or 1032               a.   25 quarter hours in Music Education:
         and General Science2                             or 1033 ; and 3-4 hours in speech.                               1010-20 ; 2110; 2411 ; 2421 ; 2431 ; 2433;
 b. Earth and Environmental Sciences (72                   Health and Physical Education (9 hours)                         3130 ; 3150 ; 4420; 4510.
         hours minimum)                                     Activities courses in physical education plus             b. 60 hours in music : 111-21-31 ; 113-23-33;
         Includes 12 hours biological science             School Health 3510.                                              2111-21-31 ; 2111-23-33 ; 2340; voice 22
         required, and 14 hours science electives         Humanities (15-16 hours)                                         hours ; required ensemble 11 hours plus.
         selected from astronomy, chemistry                 Art History 1815 and 1825, one literature                      piano proficiency.
         (excluding 1410 series), geography,              course, and one elective from anthropology,                 Concentration in Vocal Music (Piano or
        geology, and physics.                             philosophy, foreign language above 1000                     Organ Principal)
        Geology (16 hours).                               level, history, library service, religious studies         a. 25 quarter hours in Music Education:
        Chemistry (8 hours).                              or music.                                                        1010-20 ; 2110; 2411 ; 2421 ; 2431 ; 2433;
         Physics (excludes 1410 series) (4 hours).        Mathematics (4 hours)                                           3130; 3150 ; 4420; 4510.
        Astronomy (4 hours).                              Natural Science (12 hours)                                 b. 66 hours in music : 1111-21-31 ; 1113-23-
        Geography (physical) (4 hours).                     Any twelve hours from the biological and/or                   33 ; 2111-21-31 ; 2113-23-33 ; 2340 ; piano
        Geography (meteorology or climatology)            physical sciences.                                              or organ 22 hours ; voice 6 hours;
        (4 hours).                                        Psychology (4 hours)                                            required ensemble 11 hours.
        Cartography, conservation,                          Psychology 2500.                                         Concentration in Elementary Music
        oceanography, or soil science (6 hours).          Social Studies (12 hours)                                  Education (Voice Principal)
        Endorsements: Earth Science, General                Any twelve hours from at least two areas.
        Science2, and Physical Science                                                                               a.   31 quarter hours in Music Education:
                                                                                                                          1010-20; 2110 ; 2411 ; 2421 ; 2431 ; 2433;
 c.     Natural Science (72 hours minimum)                CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours                          3141-42 ; 3150 ; 4420 ; 4441-42-43 ; 4450.
        Basic requirement of 12 hours in each of           Ed . C&l 3010, 3020, 3030                                 b.   60 hours in music: 1111-21-31 ; 1113-23-
        four of the following subjects:
        1 Biology 1210-20-30 or Botany 1110-20-                                                                           33 ; 2111-21-31 ; 2113-23-33; 2340 ; voice
                                                          SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL                                        22 hours ; piano proficiency; required
        40.                                               EDUCATION	                                      22 hours
        Chemistry series (excluding 1410 series).                                                                         ensemble 11 hours.
        Geology series (excluding Geology                                                                            Concentration in Elementary Music
                                                            Student teaching: Ed . C & 14710*, 4720*;
        1000).                                                                                                       Education (Piano or Organ Principal)
                                                          Ed . Psych . 2430 or 3810; Special Educ . 3333,
        Physics (excluding 1410 series)                                                                              a. 31 quarter hours of Music Education:
                                                          Art Ed . 4100.
        Mathematics (excluding 1020, 2020 and                                                                             1010-20 ; 2110 ; 2411 ; 2421 ; 2431 ; 2433;
        2110-20-30). Credit for only 12 math                                                                              3141-42 ; 3150 ; 4420 ; 4441-42-43 ; 4450.
                                                          TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES	                 84
        hours accepted in the program.                    hours                                                      b. 66 hours in music : 1111-21-31 ; 1113-23-
        Approved science electives-24 hours                                                                               33 ; 2111-21-31 ; 2113-23-33 ; 2340 ; piano
                                                          A. Major (60 hours)
        minimum, including a total of six quarters            Art Educ . 3100, 3120, 3220, 3320, 4110,                    or organ 22 hours; voice 6 hours;
        of course work in one subject area other            4200, 4300, 4400.                                             required ensemble 11 hours.
        than math.                                            Art 1115, 1125, 1135 . Plus twelve quarter             Concentration in Instrumental Music
        Biology is considered as one subject for            hours in a single studio area and twelve                 a. 35 quarter hours in Music Education:
        high school endorsement.                            additional hours distributed over three other                 1010-20 ; 2411-12-13 ; 2421-22-23 ; 2431-
       Endorsements : General Science 2                     studio areas.                                                 32-33 ; 3130; 3150 ; 3410 ; 4420; 4430.
       (Possible endorsements: Biology,                   B. Minor (24 hours)                                        b. 72 hours in music : 1111-21-31 ; 1113-23-
       Chemistry, and Physics)                                May be taken in any department.                             33 ; 2111-21-31 ; 2113-23-33 ; 2340 ; 3112;
2. Subject Majors in Science                                                                                              3122 or 4124 ; principal instrument 22
       The only single subject majors in science          TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	                 183 hours               hours ; secondary instrument 6 hours;
       leading to teacher certification are                                                                               piano proficiency; required ensemble 11
                                                          B . Music Education
       chemistry and physics. Majors 45 quarter                                                                           hours.
                                                          GENERAL EDUCATION	                   66-68 hours
       hours; minors 27 quarter hours .3                                                                             c.   Music Education 4460 is required for all
                                                          Communications (12-13 hours)
       Endorsements: Major Subject                                                                                        students whose principal instrument is
                                                             English 1010-20 and 1031 or 1032 or 1033;
F. Social Science Education                               and 3-4 hours in speech.                                        wind or percussion.
       Program I                                          Health and Physical Education (9 hours)
       Broad fields Social Studies (Major 72                                                                         TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED . . .182-209 hours
                                                            Activities courses in physical education plus
       hours)                                             School Health 3510.                                        GENERAL REGULATIONS FOR ALL MUSIC
       Certification includes economics,                  Humanities (14 hours)                                      EDUCATION STUDENTS
       geography, history, political science and             Music 2320-30, literature course, and one               A. Required participation, with credit or as a
       sociology.                                         elective from art, anthropology, literature,                  registered auditor, in a major instrumental
a. 28 quarter hours in history, including                 foreign language beyond introductory level,                   or vocal organization each quarter in
       1510-20 and 2510-20, and 12 hours in               history, philosophy, or religious studies.                    residence (on-campus) as a music
       World and/or American history.                     Mathematics (4 hours)                                         education major, as approved by the
b. 8 quarter hours in each of the following:              Natural Science (11-12 hours)                                 student's advisor and the directors of the
      geography, political science, and                     Three courses from the biological and/or                    organizations concerned. Students
       sociology.                                         physical sciences, to include Physics 1810.                   preparing to be band directors are
c. 4 quarter hours in anthropology.                       Psychology (4 hours)                                          expected to enroll in marching band
d. 9 quarter hours in economics, including                  Psychology 2500.                                            unless officially excused.
      2110-20 and an elective.                            Social Studies (12 hours) Any 12 hours, to                    Instrumental Major . Concert Band;
e.     7-8 additional quarter hours in the above-         include at least two areas.                                   University Marching Band ; or University
      listed or related fields.                                                                                         Orchestra.
       Program II                                         CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours                        Vocal Major : Concert Choir; University
      Specific subject major (45 hours plus 27             Ed . C & 13010*, 3020, 3030*                                 Chorus, Chamber Singers.
      hours for a minor).                                                                                               Elementary Music Education Major.
Minors. A minor is defined as 27 quarter                  SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION                            Same as Vocal Major.
hours in a single subject area, i .e ., biology,                                                 22 hours            B. Transfer students must take proficiency
history, French, psychology, speech, etc. A                 Student teaching : Educ. C&l 4710*, 4720*;                  examinations in applied music, music
minor does not meet certification requirements            Educ . Psych . 2430 or 3810 ; Music Ed . 4100,
in all cases.                                                                                                           theory, sight-singing and dictation prior to
                                                          and Special Ed . 3333.                                        registration in music education curricula.
IV.Art and Music Education                                TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES . . .85-110                   V. Health, Physical Education,
A. Art Education                                          hours
GENERAL EDUCATION	                          68-70 hours   Concentration In Vocal Music (Voice                        Recreation, and Safety
Communications (12-13 hours)                              Principal)                                                 A. Concentration in Elementary Physical
                                                                                                                     Education (1-9)
2Plant and animal science curses required                 'Requires admission to Teacher Education Program.
2Certitication in any single area .                       *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .         GENERAL EDUCATION	                    90 hours
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Communications (12 hours)                                 3330 ; 4410 or 3010; 3180 ; 3240; and 13                  Selection of specific courses in each area
   English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 and 1031 or                hours of electives from any upper-division P .E.        below dependent on career goals in
1032 or 1033 ; Speech 2021 or 2311.                       course.                                                 recreation . Consult advisor.
Humanities (16 hours)
  English 2510 or 2520 plus 12 hours of                   ELECTIVES	                            20 hours          Natural Sciences (16 hours minimum)
electives.                                                  Hours to be used for minor, endorsement,                4 hours selected from : chemistry, physics,
Social Studies (16 hours)                                 or electives (None of the 20 hours may be               geology, astronomy, and Geography 1810,
  Sociology 1510 plus 12 hours of electives.              taken in lower-division physical education .)           1820, 3530 . 4 hours selected from : biology or
Natural Science (24 hours)                                                                                        botany, zoology, the areas of anatomy or
  Chemistry 1510-20, Physics 1450, and                    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                 197 hours      physiology . At least 8 additional hours
Zoology 2920-30 and 4940.                                 D. Minor in Secondary Physical Education                selected from any or a combination of the
Mathematics (4 hours)                                     (27 hours)                                              above.
Psychology (4 hours)                                         (Open only to students with a concentration          Mathematics (3-4 hours)
  Psychology 2500.                                        in elementary physical education .)                       Selected from Mathematics 1540-50-60,
Health and Physical Education (14 hours)                     P .E . 4120; 4140 ; 4230 ;3210 ; 3170 or 3220;       1630, 2012, Statistics 2100.
  School Health 3000 and 3420 ; physical                  4310 ; 4410 or 3010; 3260 ; 1032 ; 2032 ; P . E.        Social Sciences (16 hours minimum)
education activities (8 hours) including P .E.            electives (2 hours).                                      Sociology 1510 and 4530 ; at least eight
2012, 2022, 1022, 3180.                                                                                           additional hours selected from Sociology
                                                          E. Minor in Coaching (28-31 hours)
                                                             Zoology 2920-30 or 3080, 1 Zoology 4940 1 ,          1520, 3130, 3410, 3420, 3690, 4330, 4560, or
CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours
                                                          Physical Education 3320, 3250, 3910, 3000,              Rural Sociology 3420 or Human Services
 Ed . C & 13010*, 3020, 3030*
                                                          4160 . Two courses in the area of coaching to           2690, 4900, 3300 or Political Science 2530,
                                                          be chosen from the following : Physical                 2020, 2510-20, 3565-66, 3710-20, Economics
SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
                                                          Education 3110, 3120, 3130, 3200, 4460.                 2110-20, 2001, 3220, 3240.
                                       28 hours
                                                          F. Major In Dance                                       Behavioral Sciences (16 hours minimum)
  Ed . Psych . 2430 ; Educ . C & 14810'-20`,
                                                          GENERAL EDUCATION . :	                    91 hours        Psychology 2500; at least 12 additional
3150, 4750 ; Phys . Ed . 3650, 4100.
                                                          Communications (13 hours)                               hours selected from : Psychology 2540, 3120,
TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES	                                English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 and 1031 or              3550, 3650, 3616-26 or Educ. Psych . 2430,
                                                     70
hours                                                     1032 or 1033 ; Speech 2311.                             2510-20, 4130, 4800, or CFS 2110, 3210-20,
                                                          Humanities (15 hours)                                   4260, 4610, 4810.
Elementary Physical Education (46 hours)                    Art 1815-25 ; English literature 2000 and
  P.E. 1000, 3510, 3540, 3550, 3560, 3570,                agove; one elective from philosophy, foreign            Communications (16)
3660, 3670, 3680, 3320, 4110, 4150, 3330,                 language, upper-division history, or religious             English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020; 1032 ; Speech
4440, 3260, and 4 hours of P .E . activities              studies.                                                2311 ; and Journalism 3710.
electives.                                                Mathematics (4 hours)                                   Health and Safety (3 hours minimum)
                                                          Natural Science (8 hours)                                  School Health 3210, Public Health 3210 or
Cognate Course and Electives (24 hours)                     Any electives selected from biological                Safety 3520.
  CFS 3210 and 21 hours to be used for                    and/or physical sciences.                               Humanities (16 hours minimum)
endorsement, minor, or free electives.                    Psychology (8 hours)                                       At least 4 hours selected from English 2000
                                                             Psychology 2500 plus 4 hours of electives.           level and above ; at least 3 hours selected
TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	          197 hours               Social Sciences (8 hours)                               from history ; at least 9 additional hours
B. Minor in Elementary Physical Education                   Sociology 1510 or 1520 plus 4 hours of                selected from English 2000 level and above,
                                                          electives.                                              History 1510-20, 1950-60, 2510-20, 2350,
                                                          Health and Safety (3 hours)                             Anthropology 2530, Geography 3660, Classics
   (Open only to students with a concentration
in secondary physical education .)                          School Health 3210.                                   2810-20, 2910-20, 3210-20-30, 3310-20-30,
   P .E . 3540 ; 3550 ; 3560; 3570 ; 3650 ; 3660;         Cultural Arts (32 hours)                                4010, Philosophy 1510-20, 2310, 2410, 3315,
                                                            Theatre 1320-30-40, 2111, 2221 or 2231;               3630, 3910, Religious Studies 2610, 2611.
3670; 3680 ; 4150; 3260.
                                                          Music 1000, 1210, 2320, 2330, 2340 or 2310.             Cultural Arts (12 hours minimum)
C. Concentration in Secondary Physical
                                                                                                                    4 courses from at least 2 of the following
Education (7-12)                                          DANCE	                              77 hours            arts: Music 1210-20, 3210-11-12, 3350, 4230,
                                                            Physical Education 2040-50-60, 2070, 3010-            4241, 4260, 4270, Theatre 3252-53-54, 3262-
 GENERAL EDUCATION 	                     96 hours         20, 3040-41, 3060-61-62, 3070-75, 3300 or               63, Art 2715, 2725, 3735-36, 3765-66, 1815-
   English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 and 1031 or                4300, 3320, 4020, 4050, 4060, 4080-90, 4310,            25, P . E. 2070, 3090, 3151.
 1032 or 1033 ; speech elective (4) ; chemistry           4550, 4560.
(1510-20 suggested) ; Physics 1450 ; Zoology
2920-30 and 4940 ; Mathematics elective (3);                                                                      PROFESSIONAL RECREATION EDUCATION
                                                          CONCENTRATION AREAS 	                 12 hours                                              24 hours
School Health 3210. Humanities electives (16               Ballet : Physical Education 4000, 4005, or
hours) selected from: English literature;                                                                           Recreation 1100, 3100, 3140, 3200, 3220,
                                                          Modern : Physical Education 3030, 4010.                 3880, 4130, 4200.
anthropology ; art ; foreign language ; music;
philosophy ; religion ; dance appreciation;               ELECTIVES	                                   20 hours
interior design and housing . Social studies                                                                      FIELD STUDY	                     21-24 hours
electives (20 hours) selected from: history;                                                                        Recreation 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000.
                                                          TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	              200 hours
anthropology; economics ; geography ; political
science; sociology ; geology; psychology.                 G. Minor in Dance (29-31 hours)                         SKILLS AREAS	                      18-24 hours
                                                            Option I . Physical Education 2070, 3040,               Student selects two of the following skill
Psychology 2500. Physical education activities
                                                          3070, 4080, 4090; 2040-50-60 or 3060-61-62;             areas and completes at least 3 courses (9-12
(12 hours) ; P .E . 1020, 1021 or 1022, 1032,
2012, 2022, 2032.                                         4 hours selected from 3010 and/or 3020 ; 6              hours) in each:
                                                          hours selected from 3075 or 4000 or 4005.                 Arts and Crafts: Art 1115-25-35, 2105,
                                                            Option II . Physical Education 2070, 3010,            2115, 2205, 2215, 2250-6070, 2275, 2315,
PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 	               33 hours           3040, 4080, 4090; 2040-50-60 or 3060-61-62;
   Education C & 13010-20-30', Educ . Psych.                                                                      2450-60, 2515-16, 2545-55-65, 2605, 2617,
                                                          4 hours selected from 3070 and/or 3075 ; 6
3810; Educ . C & 14710-20 ; education elective                                                                    2950-60-70, 3260, 3710, 4150 ; Art Education
                                                          hours selected from 3020 or 3030 or 4010.
(3 hours) ; Physical Education 4100, 3260                                                                         2100, 2210-20, 3110, 3920-30, 4130, 4150
                                                            Option III . Physical Education 2070, 3010,
(practicum, field experience-2 hours).                                                                            4410.
                                                          3070, 4080, 4090, 4150, 4310, 4550, 3060-61-              Dance : P.E. 2711-12-13, 2728, 2747-48-49-
                                                          62 ; 4 hours selected from 3075-4000-4005 or
SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION                                                                                50, 2762, 2778-79, 4310, 3010-20-30-40,
                                                          4 hours selected from 3020-3030-4010.
                                          48 hours                                                                3100, 4320, 3070.
  P .E . 1000 ; 3210; 4140 ; 3320 ; 4110 ; 4120;          H. Major in Recreation                                    Dramatics : Theatre 1310-20-30, 2111,
4230; 3220 or 3170 ; 4310; 4440 or 4450;                                                                          2121, 2211-21, P .E . 4070.
                                                          GENERAL EDUCATION	                           98 hours     Music: Music Education 4410, 2100, 1010-
'Requires admission to Teacher Education Program.                                                                 20, Music 1500 through 1595 applied music
'Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .        'Consult catalog regarding prerequisites .              series .
	

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       Outdoor Recreation and Camping :                   Mathematics (4) .                                      Biological science (12 hours); physical
    Forestry 4440, 4240, Recreation 3301, 3302,           Natural Science (20 hours)                           science (4 hours).
    3710, 4310 .                                            Chemistry or physics sequence ; Biology            Social Studies (16 hours)
       Sports : Physical education-2 team sports,         1210-20 or Zoology 2920-30 .                           History 2510, 2520 and electives from
    3 individual sports .                                 Psychology (4 hours)                                 anthropology, economics, geography, political
                                                            Psychology 2500 .                                  science or sociology (8 hours).
    FREE ELECTIVES : to be added to above                 Social Studies (19 hours)
    requirements to total minimum of 192 hours              Economics 2110 ; Geography 2110 or 2120            CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .6 hours
    for the degree .                                      or Political Science 2510 or 2520 ; History           Educ . C & 13010* and 3030*
                                                          1510-20 or 2510-20 ; Sociology 1510.
    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                192 hours                                                          SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL
    I . Major in Public Health                            CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours               EDUCATION	                             42 hours
                                                           Ed . C & 13010-20-30 .                              Language Arts (12 hours):
    GENERAL EDUCATION	                        87 hours                                                           Educ . C & 13260, 3280, 3281 and three
    Communications (13 hours)                             SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL                             elective hours.
      English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 and 1032 ;              EDUCATION	                          28 hours         Mathematics Methods (3 hours)
    Speech 2311 .                                           Education C & 14750, 4710 and 4720 ;                 Educ . C & 13350.
    Health and Physical Education (11 hours)              Education Psychology 3810 ; School Health            Psychology or Educational Psychology (9
      School Health 3000                                  3650, 4100 ; Special Educ. 3333.                     hours)
      School Health 3210                                                                                         Ed . Psych . 2430 or 3810 and six elective
      Physical education electives .                      TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES	                 66     hours.
    Humanities (16 hours)                                 hours                                                Child Development (9 hours)
      English-any 4 hours from literature ;                  School Health required courses (9) : 3410,          Nine elective hours.
    Anthropology 2530 ; Philosophy or religious           3420, 3620 ; School Health electives (3) : 4710      Student Teaching In Elementary Schools (9
    studies elective (4) ; Art or music elective (4) .    or 4810-20-30 Public Health required courses         hours)
    Mathematics (4 hours)                                 (9) : 3310, 3320, 3330 Public Health electives :       Educ . C & 14810* (regular classroom with
    Natural Science (20 hours)                            Safety 3520; Biology 1230 ; Microbiology 2910-       non-handicapped children).
      Chemistry or physics sequence (4, 4, 4) ;           19; Psychology 3150 ; Sociology 1520; Social
    Biology 1210-20 or Zoology 2920-30 .                  Psychology 3130; Nutrition 1230 ; electives.         SPECIAL EDUCATION COURSES 	         39 hours
    Psychology (4 hours)                                     Special Note: If some of the specific               Special Education 3333, 4520, 4110, 4120,
      Psychology 2500 .                                   courses cited above are dropped or changed,          4130, 4150, 4351, 4361, 4440, 4610, 4740,
    Social Studies (19 hours)                             they may be substituted with an equivalent           5260, 5620.
      Economics 2110 ; Geography 2110 or 2120             course.
    or Political Science 2510 or 2520 ; History                                                                SPECIAL EDUCATION STUDENT TEACHING
    1510-20 or 2510-20 ; Sociology 1510 .                 TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	              190 hours                                           15 hours
                                                          K . Minor in Driver and Traffic Safety                 Special Education 4880, 4881, 4882.
    CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours                Education (28 hours)
      Ed . C & 13010-20-30 . (9) or Public Health 9                                                            ELECTIVES	                                      13 hours
    hours at the 4000 level Non-Teacher                   REQUIRED COURSES 	                   17 hours
                                                                                                               TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                      189 hours
    Certification .                                         Safety 3520, 4410, 4420 ; School Health
                                                          3210.                                                *Required admission to Transfer Education Program.
    SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL
    EDUCATION	                           28 hours                                                 11 hours     B . Concentration in Combined General
                                                          ELECTIVES	
      Education C & 14750                                   At least nine hours selected from : School         Special Education and Elementary
      Education C & 14720 and Public Health               Health 4120 ; Educ . C & 14750 ; Educ .              Education
    4700-10-20 or                                         Psychology and Guidance 2520 ; School
      Public Health 4100, 4700-10-20 (9) and              Health 3650 .                                        GENERAL EDUCATION	                        89 hours
    Public Health 4740 (6) - Non-Teacher                                                                       Communications (12 hours)
                                                          L. Minor In School Health Education (30
    Certification                                                                                                 English 1010-20 and 1031 or 1032 or 1033;
                                                          hours)                                               Speech 1211 or 2021 or 2311 or any speech
      School Health 3650                                    School Health 3000, 3210, 3410, 3650,
      Educational Psychology 3810 .                                                                            elective. (Some students may be required to
                                                          3420; Safety 3520 ; Public Health 3310, 3320,
      Special Education 3333                                                                                   take English 1019 based on placement
                                                          4410; Nutrition 1230 or School Health 4420 or        scores .)
                                                          School Health 3620 .                                 Health and Physical Education (20 hours)
    TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES	                  66
    hours                                                                                                         P . E . 3450, School Health 3510, School
                                                          VI . Special Education*                              Health 3610, Psychology 2500, P.E. 4110 and
       Public Health required courses (12) : 3310,
    3320, 3330, and 4220; Public health electives         A. Concentration in General Special                  3430, and four elective hours.
    (6) ; School health required courses (9) : 3410,      Education                                            Humanities (12 hours)
    3420, 3620; Safety required courses (3) : 3520 ;                                                              Literature (8 hours) ; elective from foreign
    Biology 1230 ; Microbiology 2910-19 ;                 GENERAL EDUCATION	                        74 hours   language above the introductory level,
    Psychology 3150 ; Sociology 1520; Sociology           Communications (9 hours)                             philosophy, religious studies, art, or music (4
    3130 ; Nutrition 1230 ; electives (12) .                English 1010-20 and 1031 or 1032 or 1033 .         hours).
       Special Note : If some of the specific             (Some students may be required to take               Mathematics (9 hours)
    courses cited above are dropped or changed,           English 1019 based on placement scores .)               Math 2110, 2120, 2130.
    they may be substituted with an equivalent            Health and Physical Education (18 hours)             Natural Science (20 hours)
    course.                                                 P . E. 3430, 3450, 4110 activities electives          Biology 1210, 1220, 1230 and Physics
                                                          (4 hours); School Health 3510 ; Psychology            1410, 1420.
    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	          190 hours           2500 .                                               Social Studies (18-20 hours)
                                                          Humanities (12 hours)                                   History 2510; electives from anthropology,
    J. Major in School Health Education
                                                             Literature (4 hours) ; electives from             economics, geography, political science and
                                                          anthropology, art, literature, library and           sociology . Minimum of three areas to be
    GENERAL EDUCATION 	                        87 hours
                                                          information science, upper-division history,         represented (14-16 hours).
    Communications (13 hours)
                                                          music, philosophy, religious studies, or foreign
       English 1010-20-33 ; Speech 2311 .                 language above the introductory level (8             CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	                       9 hours
    Health and Physical Education (11 hours)
                                                          hours) .                                              Educ. C & 13010*, 3020*, 3030*.
      School Health 3000, 3210 ; Physical
                                                          Mathematics (3 hours)
    education electives .                                    Elective (Math 2110 recommended) .                ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COURSES 	                        36
    Humanities (16 hours)                                 Natural Science (16 hours)                           hours
      English-any 4 hours from literature;
    Anthropology 2530 ; Philosophy or religious
    studies elective ; Art or music elective .            *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .   *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .
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  Educ. C & 13260, 3270, 3280, 3281, 3350,             7-8 hours electives (choose 2 areas);
3351, 3720, 3511-12-13 or Special Education          anthropology, art, history, philosophy, foreign              AREA OF CONCENTRATION 	               67 hours
4361, 4810*, 4820.                                   language (above introductory level), religious                 Audiology and Speech Pathology elective
                                                     studies, music, library and information science.             (3050 recommended), Audiology and Speech
SPECIALIZED COURSES	                    18 hours     Mathematics (3 hours)                                        Pathology 3010, 3710 (or Sp . Ed . 4240), 4930
  Ed . Psych . 2430, Art Educ . 2100, 2110,            Mathematics 2110.                                          (or 5950), Special Education 2110, 2120 (or
Music Educ . 2100, 2110 ; LIS 3510.                  Natural Sciences (20 hours)                                  Educ . C & 13511-12-13), 3333, 4190, 4200,
                                                       8-12 hours in biological science (choose                   4210-20-30, 4250, 4280, 4290, 4351, 4361,
SPECIAL EDUCATION COURSES 	          42 hours        one series) : Biology 1210-20-30 ; Botany 1110-              4371, 4870, 4871, and pre-student teaching
  Special Education 3333, 4520, 4110, 4120,          20; 8-12 hours in physical science : Physics                 seminar, 4100 (1).
4610, 4130, 4150, 4351, 4440, 4740, 5260,            1410-20-30, Geology 1510-20, Astronomy
5620, and 6 hours psychology or educational          2110-20-30, Chemistry 1110-20-30.                            TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	           189 hours
psychology electives.                                Social Studies (17-20 hours)                                 3. Specialization in Secondary Education
                                                       History 1510-20 or 2510-20 ; 9-12 hours
STUDENT TEACHING WITH EXCEPTIONAL                    (choose 3 areas) : anthropology, economics,                  GENERAL EDUCATION	                        75 hours
                                                     geography, political science, sociology.                     Communications (9 hours)
CHILDREN	                           15 hours
  Special Education 4880, 4881, 4882.                                                                                English 1010-20 and 1032 . (Some students
                                                     CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours                       may be required to take English 1019 based
TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                 209 hours     Education C & 13010, 3020, 3030.                           on placement scores .)
                                                                                                                  Health and Physical Education (9 hours)
C . Concentration in the Hearing Impaired            AREA OF CONCENTRATION 	              67 hours                   School Health 3510 and physical education
ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM FOR                           Audiology and speech pathology elective                    electives.
TEACHERS OF THE HEARING IMPAIRED                     (3050 recommended), Audiology and Speech                      Humanities (11-12 hours)
   In addition the college requirements for          Pathology 3010, 3710, 4930 (or 5950), Special                   English literature; 7-8 elective hours
Admission to Teacher Education, Special              Education 2110-20-30, 3333, 4190, 4200,                       (choose from two areas) : anthropology, art,
 Education students in the program for               4210-20-30, 4250, 4280-90, 4351-61-71,                        history, philosophy, foreign language (above
teaching the hearing impaired will follow these      4870, 4871, and pre-student teaching                         introductory level), religious studies, music,
procedures:                                          seminar.                                                     library and information science.
   1 . File application for admission to the                                                                      Mathematics (4 hours)
program.                                             AREA OF SPECIALIZATION	               30 hours                  Mathematics 2012.
   2 . The Program Screening Committee will             CFS 4110 or 4630 ; Ed . C & 14450, 4451;                   Natural Science (20 hours)
review all applications quarterly. The following     Special Education 5620 ; 18 hours (choose                       (If major is science education, student must
criteria will be considered:                         from the following) : CFS 3210 & 3220 (or                    take 12 hours in biological sciences .) ; 8-12
      a. cumulative grade point average:             Educational Psychology 2430), 4110, 4350,                     hours in the biological science: (choose one
      b. completion of these courses : Special       4420, 4610, 4620, 4630.                                      series) Biology 1210-20-30, Botany 1110-20,
   Education 2110-20, 3333 and 9 additional                                                                        microbiology, zoology ; 8-12 hours in physical
   hours pf course work in the major field           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	             180 hours                science : Physics 1410-20-30, Astronomy
                                                     2 . Specialization in Elementary Education                   2110-20-30, Chemistry 1110-20-30, Geology
   (AREA OF CONCENTRATION);
      c. adviser's recommendations (based on                                                                       1510-20.
                                                     GENERAL EDUCATION	                        77 hours            Psychology (4 hours)
   personal interview and career planning);          Communications (9 hours)                                        Psychology 2500.
      d. instructor's recommendations (from the         English 1010-20 and 1032 (Some students                   Social Studies (18 hours)
   courses in Special Education listed above);       may be required to take English 1019 based                      History 1510-20 or 2510-20 . 10 hours
      e. the candidate's personal aptitude for       on placement scores .)
   teaching in Special Education as indicated                                                                      (choose 3 areas) : anthropology, economics,
                                                     Health and Physical Education (15 hours)                     geography, political science, sociology.
   by practicum experiences;                            P.E . 3450 ; School Health 3510, 3610; P.E.
      f. writing sample;                             electives.                                                   CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	                9 hours
      g. the committee will grant full, or           Psychology (4 hours)                                           Educ . C & 13010, 3020, 3030.
   provisional, admission or will deny                  Psychology 2500.
   admission. A candidate may appeal the             Humanities (12 hours)                                        SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION
   decision to the Departmental Appeals                 Literature (8) ; elective from philosophy, art,
   Committee and the College Appeals                                                                                                                    6 hours
                                                     religious studies, or music.                                   Educational Psychology 3810 and
   Committee.                                        Mathematics (3 hours)                                        appropriate methods course for major area.
   3 . Formal admission to the program will be          Mathematics 2110.
granted after the Program Screening                  Natural Sciences (16 hours)                                  AREA OF CONCENTRATION 	              67 hours
Committee reviews applications and the                  8-12 hours in biological science (choose                    Audiology and speech pathology elective
above criteria are considered.                       one series) : Biology 1210-20-30, Botany 1110-               (3050 recommended), Audiology and Speech
   4 . A comprehensive examination in sign           20 ; 8-12 hours in physical science: Physics                 Pathology 3010, 3710 (or Sp. Ed . 4240), 4930
language and finger-spelling must be taken at        1410-20-30, Astronomy 2110-20-30,                            (or 5950), Special Education 2110-20, 3333,
least two quarters before student teaching . A       Chemistry 1110-20-30.                                        4190, 4200, 4210-20-30, 4250, 4280, 4290,
remedial course in sign language and finger-         Social Studies (18 hours)                                    4351, 4361, 4371, (or Educ . C & 13521-22-
spelling will be offered each quarter.                  History 1510-20 or 2510-20.                               23), 4870, 4871, and pre-student teaching
   5 . Transfer students will follow the same           10 hours (choose 3 areas) : anthropology,                 seminar, Sp . Educ . 4100 (1).
 admission procedures.                               economics, geography, political science,
                                                     sociology.                                                   MAJOR AREAS	                         30-45 hours
1 . Specialization in Early Childhood
Development                                          CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	                         9 hours   NOTE : 30 quarter hours are required for
                                                      Ed . C & 13010, 3020, 3030.                                 graduation and Council on the Education of
GENERAL EDUCATION	                      74 hours                                                                  the Deaf Certification . For Tennessee State
Communications (9 hours)                             ELEMENTARY EDUCATION COURSES	                          18    Certification for Teaching Non-handicapped
   English 1010-20 and 1032 (Some students           hours                                                        Students, additional credit hours are required.
may be required to take English 1019 based             Ed . C & 13260*, 3270*, 3280*, 3281 *,
on placement scores .)                               3350*, 3720*.                                                TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	            187 hours
Health and Physical Education (10 hours)                                                                          4. Specialization In Multiple Handicapped
   School Health 3510, P.E . 3450 ; P.E.             SPECIALIZED COURSES	                12 hours
electives.                                             Educational Psychology 2430, Art Education                 GENERAL EDUCATION	              :	   75 hours
Psychology (4 hours)                                 2100, Music Education 2100, Educ . C & I
                                                                                                                  Communications (9 hours)
   Psychology 2500.                                  3510.                                                          English 1010-20 and 1032 . (Some students
Humanities (11-12 hours)                                                                                          may be required to take English 1019 based
   English literature                                *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program             on placement scores .)
	


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    Health and Physical Education (10 hours)             EDUCATION	                             19 hours            Social Studies Electives (12 hours)
       School Health 3510 ; P .E . 3450 and P .E.          Psychology 2520 or 2530, Psychology 3550                   Economics 2110-20-30 ; plus 3 additional
    electives.                                           or 2540 or Ed . Psych . 2430 or 3810, 11-12                hours in any social studies other than
    Psychology (4 hours)                                 hours upper-division psychology or                         economics.
       Psychology 2500.                                  educational psychology including Psychology
    Humanities (11-12 hours)                             3150 . (Ed . Psych . 3110, 4800, 4640                      PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 	               42 hours
       English literature ; 8 hours electives (choose    recommended.)                                                Ed . C & 13010*, 3020, 3030* ; VTE 4300,
    2 areas) : anthropology, art, history,                                                                          Educ . Psych . 3810 ; VTE 4460-70-80, 4450,
                                                         TEACHING AREAS AND ELECTIVES	                69            4410-20, 4430-31-32 (3 hours) ; Ed. C & I
    philosophy, foreign language (above
                                                         hours                                                      4750 ; Special Education 3333.
    introductory level), religious studies, music,
    library and information science.                       Special Education 3333, three-hour elective
                                                         (4110 or 4130 recommended) ; Audiology and                 SPECIALIZED COURSES	                    42 hours
    Mathematics (3 hours)
                                                         Speech Pathology (or Special Education)                      Business Adm . 1110 ; Office Adm . 4310 or
       Mathematics 2110.
                                                         3310, 3710, 4040, 4310, 4400, 4720, 4930.                  4320 ; Accounting 2110 ; Marketing 3110-20,
    Natural Science (20 hours)                                                                                      4140, 4310, 4150 ; Finance 3120;
       8-12 hours in biological science (choose          Audiology and Speech Pathology 3010, 3050,
                                                                                                                    Management 3010 ; Business Law 4110 ; Vo.
    one series) : Biology 1210-20-30; Botany 1110-       3065 . 3200, 4610, 4650 ; Clinical Practicum
                                                                                                                    Tech . Ed . 4440 ; Textiles and/or Advertising
    20 ; 8-12 hours in physical science: Physics         Courses (12-15 hours) l ; Audiology and                    electives (6 hours).
    1410-20-30, Geology 1510-20, Astronomy               Speech Pathology (or Special Education)
    2110-20-30, Chemistry 1110-20-30.                    4320-30-40 : Special Education 4341, 4342.                 ELECTIVES	                                     23 hours
    Social Studies (18-20 hours) History 1510-20
    or 2510-20 . 10-12 hours (choose 3 areas):           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	               181 hours           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	              183 hours
    anthropology, economics, geography, political           The following area of endorsement requires              Option 2. Distribution Training Option (Non-
    science, sociology.                                  completion of requirements of the elementary               Certification)
                                                         (K-9) or secondary education curriculum.
    CORE PROFESSIONAL COURSES	               9 hours     E. Concentration In Partially Seeing                       GENERAL EDUCATION	                      67 hours
     Educ . C & 13010, 3020, 3030.                       a. Completion of requirements of                           Communications (12 hours)
                                                              Elementary (K-9) or Secondary Education                 English 1010-20 and 1031 or 1033 ; speech
    AREA OF CONCENTRATION 	               67 hours            Curriculum;                                           elective.
      Audiology and speech pathology elective            b. Special Education and Rehabilitation                    Health and Physical Education (3 hours)
    (3050 recommended), Audiology and Speech                  3333, 4160, 4850, 4923;                                 Physical Educ . or Health elective.
    Pathology 3010, 3710 (or Sp. Ed . 4240), 4930        c.   Six quarter hours selected from the                   Mathematics (3-4 hours)
    (or 5950), Special Education 2110-20, 3333,               following: Special Education and                        Mathematics elective
    4190, 4200, 4210-20-30, 4250, 4280, 4290,                 Rehabilitation 4520, 4110, 4120, 4150,                Humanities (16 hours)
    4351, 4361, 4371, 4870, 4871, and pre-                    4250;                                                   Literature elective (4) ; 12 hours humanities
                                                         d. Office Administration 2110 (for those                   electives.
    student teaching seminar, Spec . Educ . 4100.
                                                              lacking high school credits in typewriting).          Natural Science (12 hours)
                                                                                                                      Natural science electives.
    AREA OF SPECIALIZATION	                 30 hours                                                                Psychology (7-8 hours)
      Selected from the following : Spec . Ed.           TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED:                                      Psychology 2500, 2520, or Educ . Psych.
    3210-20-30, 4740, 3310, 3520, 4110-20-30,              Total hours required for endorsement in the              3100 or 3110.
    4150-60, 4440, 4610-20, 4840, 5400, 5401,            above Special Education program appear on                  Social Studies Electives (12 hours)
    5620, and special education electives.               curriculum sheets available from the faculty                 Economics 2110-20-30 ; 3 hours elective.
                                                         advisers.                                                  TRAINING SPECIALIST	                    45 hours
    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	          181 hours                                                                        Ed . Psych . 2230 ; Sociology 3610 ; Cont. &
    D. Concentration In Speech and Hearing               VI. Vocational-Technical Education                         Higher Educ . 3960 ; VTE 4420, 4450-60-70-80,
                                                         A. Business Education                                      4430-31-32 ; Ed . C&I 4750; 12 hours of
    GENERAL EDUCATION	                        84 hours   See curricula for Secondary Education (7-12)               support courses selected from : Management,
    Communications (12 hours)                            p . 106 for General Education and Professional             Journalism, Merchandising, Office Admin .,
       English 1510-20, Speech 2311.                     Education requirements.                                    Real Estate and Urban Development,
    Health and Physical Education (6 hours)                                                                         Advertising, Accounting, Communications,
                                                         63 quarter hours in business and economics                 Vocational-Technical Educ . ; Tourism, Food,
      Activities courses recommended plus health
                                                         to meet five business endorsement areas                    and Lodging Admin. ; Psychology, Finance,
    and physical education electives (both areas                                                                    Computer Science.
    mut be represented).                                 approved by the department adviser . A
    Humanities (16 hours)                                statement of requirements and alternative
                                                                                                                    SPECIALIZED COURSES	                    48 hours
       English (4 hours from 2000-level literature);     programs may be obtained from the                            Bus. Admin . 1110 ; Office Admin . 4310-20,
    electives from two of the following areas:           coordinator of business education.
                                                                                                                    Accounting 2110 ; Marketing 3110-20, 4140,
    anthropology, art, English (literature), foreign     B. Distributive Education                                  4310, 4150 ; Finance 3120 ; Industrial
    language (above introductory level), history         Option 1.                                                  Management 3010 ; Business Law 4110;
    (upper division), Library and Information                                                                       Textiles and/or Advertising elective (6 hours)
    Science 3510-20-30, music, philosophy, and           GENERAL EDUCATION	                  71-73 hours            VTE 4440 (9 hours).
    religious studies.                                   Communications (12 hours)
    Mathematics elective (4 hours).                        English 1010 or 1011, 1020, 1031 or 1032                 ELECTIVES	                                     23 hours
    Natural Sciences (16 hours)                          or 1033 ; speech elective.
      8 hours biological sequence ; 8 hours              Health and Physical Education (9 hours)                    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	              183 hours
    physical sequence.                                     Physical education or health electives.                  C. Industrial Education
    Psychology (4 hours)                                 Mathematics (3-4 hours)                                    Option 1 . Concentration in Trades and
       Psychology 2500.                                    Mathematics elective.                                    Industries:
    Social Studies (20 hours)                            Humanities (16 hours)
       History electives (8 hours) ; 12 hours from         Literature elective (4) plus 12 hours                    GENERAL EDUCATION	                       67 hours
    three of the following areas : anthropology,         humanities electives.                                      Communications (12 hours)
    economics, geography, political science,             Natural Science (12 hours)                                   English (9 hours) ; speech elective (3 hours).
    sociology.                                             Natural science electives.                               Health and Physical Education (9 hours)
    General Electives (6 hours).                         Psychology (7-8 hours)                                       Health and P .E . electives . (Both areas must
                                                           Psychology 2500, Psychology 2520 or Educ.                be represented.)
    CORE PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION . .9 hours               Psych. 3110.                                               Humanities (15 hours)
      Education C & 13010, 3020, Special Ed.                                                                          Literature elective (4 hours) ; 11 hours from
                                                                                                                    two of the following areas : philosophy,
    4030.                                                +See Speech and Hearing Center staff for assignment each
                                                         quarter. Total 200 clock hours necessary for State
    SPECIALIZED PROFESSIONAL                             Certification .                                            'Requires admission to Teacher Education Program.
	


     112       College of Education


    anthropology, art or art education, literature,             TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	               186 hours              3110 Crafts in the Elementary School (3) Prereq:
    foreign language, music or religious studies.                                                                            2110 . 1 hours and 2 labs.
                                                                Option 3. Concentration in Industrial Training
    Mathematics (3 hours)                                                                                                    3120 Learning Through Studio Experiences : Sculp-
    Natural Science (12 hours)                                 GENERAL EDUCATION	                    67-68 hours             ture and Craft Design (3) Selected sculpture and
    Psychology (4 hours)                                       Communications (12 hours)                                     craft design experiences ; consideration of (1) subject
       Psychology 2500.                                           English (9 hours) ; speech elective.                       matter, ideas, and concepts; (2) media and processes;
                                                                                                                             (3) development and sequencing of appropriate learn-
    Social Studies (12 hours)                                  Health and Physical Education (9 hours)                       ing activities for art program. Prereq : Art. Ed. 3100 and
       Two of the following areas must be                         Health and Safety 3210, First Aid and                      at least one course in sculpture or crafts.
    represented : history, anthropology,                       Emergency Care, electives.
    economics, geography, political science,                   Humanities (15 hours)                                         3150 Drawing, Painting, and Design Activities in
    sociology.                                                                                                               Elementary School (3) Program planning and teach-
                                                                  Two of the following areas must be                         ing strategies in elementary art ; directed classroom
                                                               represented : philosophy, anthropology, art or                activities with media ; lesson planning and field experi-
    PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 	                12 hours           art education, literature, foreign language,                  ence.
      Educ . C & 13010*, 3020, 3030* (select any               music or religious studies.
    two) ; Special Education 3333 ; Ed . Psych.                Mathematics (3-4 hours)                                       3220 Learning Through Studio Experiences : Sculp-
    3810.                                                                                                                    ture and Craft Design (3) Selected sculpture and
                                                               Natural Science (12 hours)                                    craft design experiences ; consideration of (1) subject
                                                               Psychology (4 hours)                                          matter, ideas, and concepts (2) media and processes
    PROFESSIONAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION                             Psychology 2500 or Ed . Psych . 3100.                      (3) development and sequencing of appropriate learn-
                                          42 hours             Social Studies (12 hours)                                     ing activities for art program . Prereq : Art Educ . 3100
      Vo . Tech. Ed . 3830, 3850, 3860, 3870,                    Two of the following must be represented:                   and at least one course in sculpture or crafts.
    4010, 4810, 4830, 4840, 4850, 4870, 4795.                  history, anthropology, economics, geography,                  3320 Learning Through Studio Experiences : Gra-
                                                               political science, sociology.                                 phic Design and Lettering (3) Selected graphic de-
    OCCUPATIONAL COMPETENCY 	                       45 hours                                                                 sign and lettering experiences ; consideration of (1)
     Vo . Tech . Ed. 3810, 3811, 3812.                         SPECIALIZED COGNATE	                                          subject matter, themes, and concepts (2) media and
                                                                                                      16 hours               processes (3) development and sequencing of appro-
                                                                 Ed . Psych . 2230, Sociology 3610, Cont. &                  priate learning activities for art programs . Prereq : Art
    ELECTIVES	                                      20 hours   Higher Educ. 3960 and electives taken from                    Ed . 3100 and at least one course in lettering or
                                                               an approved list with approval of advisor.                    graphics.
    TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED 	                       186 hours
                                                                                                                             3500 Art and Music Appreciation In the Elementary
                                                               PROFESSIONAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION
    Option 2. Concentration in Industrial Arts                                                                               School (4) For majors in Elementary Education.
                                                                                                   45 hours                  Media, techniques, and styles of arts and music;
                                                                 VTE 3830, 3860, 4010, 4820, 4830, 4840,                     methods and materials of teaching art appreciation in
    GENERAL EDUCATION	                        67 hours         4850, 4851, 4880, 4815, 4896.                                 the elementary classroom.
    Communications (12 hours)
       English (9 hours) ; speech (3 hours).                                                                                 3511 Field Experiences in Teaching Art (1) Field
                                                               TECHNICAL COMPETENCY	                 45 hours                experiences in which students perform tasks related to
    Health and Physical Education (9 hours)                       VTE 3810, 3811, 3812 or technical courses                  teaching and to teacher roles . S/NC . May be repeated
       Health and P. E. electives . (Both areas must
                                                               in an associate of applied science degree.                    for credit.
    be represented .)
    Humanities (15 hours)                                                                                                    4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
                                                               ELECTIVES	                                       13 hours
       Literature elective (4 hours); art or art                                                                             student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
    education (6 hours) ; additional hours taken                                                                             student teaching program ; describes the objectives
                                                               TOTAL MINIMUM REQUIRED	                        186 hours      and policies of the student teaching program ; meets
    from the following : history (upper division),
                                                               D. Agricultural Education                                     special needs of student teachers ; raises awareness
    philosophy, anthropology, foreign language                                                                               of professional liability. The pre-student teaching semi-
    (beyond introductory level), music or religious            See page 61 for this program.                                 nars must be completed the quarter immediately pre-
    studies.                                                   E. Home Economics Education                                   ceding student teaching. Fall quarter student teachers
    Mathematics (3 hours)                                      See page 164 for this program.                                complete pre-student teaching seminars spring quar-
    Natural Science (12 hours)                                                                                               ter. Prereq : full admission to the Teacher Education
                                                                                                                             Program . Undergraduate credit only. May not be re-
    Psychology (4 hours)                                                                                                     peated for credit . S/NC only.
    Social Studies (12 hours)
      Two areas from the following must be                     Departments of                                                4110 Program Development in Art (3) Foundation
    represented : history, anthropology,
    economics, geography, political science,
    sociology.
                                                               Instruction                                                   readings for philosophy ; writing program units ; analysis
                                                                                                                             of curriculum guides ; field experience required (credit
                                                                                                                             optional) . Prereq : Art Ed . 3100 and 9 hours art educa-
                                                                                                                             tion.
    PROFESSIONAL EDUCATION 	                10 hours           Art and Music Education                                       4200 Designing Teaching Aids for Art (3) Re-
      Educ. C & 13010*, 3020, 3030* (select                    Professors:                                                   sources for art teaching-identifying, locating, and
    one) ; Special Education 3333 ; Ed . Psych.                C . H . Ball (Head), Ph .D . Peabody ; A . W. Humphreys       using ; development of slide-tape presentation and
                                                               (Emeritus), Ed.D. Illinois ; J. H . Jones (Emerita), Ed .D.   other teaching aids for art teaching . Prereq: Art . Ed.
    3000, 3810.                                                Columbia ; W . J . Julian, Ph .D . Northwestern ; J . W.      3100 and 9 hours art education.
                                                               Robertson, Ed .D . Columbia; A. W . Tipps, Ph.D.
    PROFESSIONAL INDUSTRIAL EDUCATION                          Michigan.                                                     4300 Learning Through Appreciation and History
                                           30 hours                                                                          of Art (3) Review of historical periods; criticism and
      Vo . Tech . Ed . 3830, 3850, 3860, 4840,                 Associate Professors:                                         dialogue; application in teaching art . Prereq : Art . Ed.
                                                               H . L. Gill, B .S. Milwaukee State Teachers ; H . N . Hull,   3100.
    4810, 4811.                                                Ed.D. George Peabody; P . O. Johansen, Ed.D.
                                                               Indiana ; W. H. McDaniel, M .S . Tennessee ; J . O.           4350-60-70 Problems in Art Teaching (3, 3, 3)
    TEACHING AREAS	                        63 hours            Mintz, Ed.D . Columbia; M. C . Moore, Ph .D . Michigan;       Prereq : Consent of instructor.
    Communication (Drafting, Graphic Arts)                     A . J . Palmer, Ph.D. UCLA.
                                                                                                                             4400 Strategies for Teaching Art (3) Readings on
      Vo . Tech . Ed . 1620, 2620, 3620, 3672,
                                                               Assistant Professors:                                         teaching art and planning for teaching ; development of
    Journalism 3910.                                                                                                         lessons ; field experience in classrooms . Prereq: Art
                                                               P. O . Johansen, Ed .D. Indiana; J . P . Watkins, M .S.
    Power and Transportation (Prime Movers,                    Tennessee.                                                    Ed. 3100 and 9 hours in Art Education.
    Electricity/ Electronics)
      Vo. Tech . Ed . 1610, 1630, 2611, 2630,                                                                                4410 The Administration and Organization of
                                                               Art Education (141)                                           Recreational Arts and Crafts Programs (3) Purpose
    3630.                                                                                                                    of art activity in recreation ; scope of activities ; or-
    Construction and Manufacturing                             1511 Field Experiences in Teaching Art (1) Field              ganizational procedures, resources, and coordination
      Vo. Tech . Ed . 1640, 1661, 2641, 2652,                  experiences in which students perform tasks related to        required in community arts and crafts programs.
    2660, 3640, 3651, 3662, 4660, 4662, 4670.                  teaching and to teacher roles . S/NC. May be repeated
                                                               for credit.                                                   GRADUATE
    ELECTIVES	                                      16 hours   3100 Introduction to Art in Education (3) Philoso-            5000 Thesis
                                                               phy, developmental theory, goals, and media in rela-
                                                               tion to art education; directed experiences with select-      5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
                                                               ed media; field experience optional ; prerequisite to
    *Requires admission to Teacher Education program.          other art education courses ; for both majors and non-        5210 Organization, Administration, and Supervi-
    *Requires admission to Teacher Education Program .         art education majors.                                         sion of Art in the School Program (3)
                                                                                                                                            College of Education                 113

5310 Art of Education (3)                                    3410 Teaching Instrumental Music (3) Problems and           5810-20-30-40 Seminar (3, 3, 3, 3)
                                                             techniques, materials, instrument and equipment
5320 Program Development in Art Education (3)                selection . Prereq : 6 hours of credit from 2411-21-31

5850-60-70 Problems in Art Education (3, 3, 3)
                                                             series; coreq . for 3410 : 3511.                            Continuing and Higher
                                                             3500 Art and Music Appreciation in the Elementary           Education (267)
Music Education (707)                                        School (4) For majors in Elementary Education.
                                                             Media, techniques, and styles of visual arts and music.     Professors:
   The curricula in music education provide for              Methods and materials of teaching arts appreciation in      W. H . Coffield, Ph .D . Iowa ; J . P . Goddard, Ed .D.
five areas of concentration : vocal music (voice             the elementary classroom.                                   Tennessee ; K. O . McCullough, Ph .D . Florida State; J.
                                                                                                                         M . Peters, Ed .D. North Carolina State; E . M . Ramer
principal), vocal music (piano or organ                                                                                  (Emeritus) Ed.D. Columbia.
principal), elementary music education (voice                3511 Field Experiences in Teaching Music (1) Field
                                                             experiences in which students perform tasks related to
principal), elementary music education (piano                                                                            Associate Professors:
                                                             teaching and to teacher roles . S/NC . May be repeated
or organ principal), and instrumental music.                 for credit.                                                 M . C . McInnis, Jr . (Head), Ph .D . Florida State.

1010-20 Choral Laboratory (1,1) Choral conducting:           4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients               Assistant Professor:
methods and materials required of all music education                                                                    W. D. Barton, Ed .D . Tennessee.
                                                             student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
majors. Prereq : Consent of instructor.                      student teaching program ; describes the objectives         3960 Introduction to Adult Education (3) Adult
                                                             and policies of the student teaching program, meets         education as a profession including diversity and
1511 Field Experience in Teaching Music (1) Field            special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-
experiences in which students perform tasks related to                                                                   scope of clientele and programs.
                                                             ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching
teaching and to teacher roles. S/NC . May be repeated        seminars must be completed the quarter immediately
for credit.                                                                                                              4554-55-56 Student Leadership Workshops (1,1,1)
                                                             preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student           Small group and individualized experiences to develop
                                                             teachers complete pre-student teaching seminars             knowledge and skills in leadership roles . Sections are
2100 Basic Experiences in Classroom Music (3)
Vocal, instrumental, rhythmic, listening, music reading,     spring quarter . Prereq: full admission to the Teacher      designed for resident assistants, student government
and creative activities . Prereq : Major in elementary or    Education Program . Undergraduate credit only. May          leaders, student activities, and other student organiza-
special education . 5 hours.                                 not be repeated for credit. S/NC only.                      tions . Prereq : Consent of instructor . S/NC only.

2110 Experiences in Classroom Music (3) Vocal,               4350-60-70 Problems in Music Teaching (3, 3, 3)             GRADUATE
instrumental, rhythmic, listening, music reading, and
                                                             4420-30 Choral and Instrumental Conducting (3, 3)           5000 Thesis
creative activities . For music education majors . Prereq:
Approval of instructor, one year of music theory . 2         Reading, conducting, and interpretation of vocal and
                                                             instrumental scores suitable for school, church, and        5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
hours and 1 lab.
                                                             community groups . 4420-vocal music . 4430-instru-
                                                             mental music . Prereq: 1010-20 and 3 hours of credit        5060 Adult Education : A General Survey (3)
2411-12-13 Methods, Materials, and Techniques of
String Class Instruction (2, 2, 2) Structure, use,           from 2411-21-31 series and two years of music theory.
                                                             Must be taken in sequence. 2 hours and 1 lab.               5110 Seminar in College Teaching (3)
techniques of playing, care, and repair of principal
instruments in school instrumental organizations . Em-                                                                   5360-70-80 Problems in Continuing and Higher
phasis on techniques necessary for basic understand-         4441-42-43 Teaching Class Piano (1, 1, 1) For majors
                                                             in music, music education, or elementary education.         Education (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)
ing and effective teaching of the instruments . Practical
use of current instructional materials . 2 hours per         Prereq : Approval of instructor.
                                                                                                                         5410 College and University Law-The Legal Envi-
week.                                                                                                                    ronment (3)
                                                             4450 Music in Special Education (3) Techniques and
2421-22-23 Methods, Materials, and Techniques of             materials for exceptional children. Prereq : 3110-20.
                                                                                                                         5420 College and University Law-Constitutional
Woodwind Class Instruction (2, 2, 2) Structure, use,                                                                     Rights and Responsibilities of Students (3)
techniques of playing; care and repair of principal          4460 Marching Band Techniques (3) Functions, or-
instruments in school instrumental organizations . Em-       ganization, and direction of a school marching band.        5430 College and University Law-Tort Liability
phasis on techniques necessary for basic understand-         Prereq : Senior standing and approval of instructor;        and Risk Management (3)
ing and effective teaching of the instruments. Practical     coreq : 3511.
use of current instructional materials . 2 hours per                                                                     5440 American Higher Education (3)
week.                                                        4510 Choral Methods and Materials (3) Organization
                                                             and administration, teaching techniques, choral litera-     5450 Instruction In Higher Education (3)
2431-32 Methods, Materials and Techniques of                 ture, and interpretation . Prereq: 1010-20, 4420, one
Brass Class Instruction (2, 2) Structure, use, tech-         year of voice instruction, two years of music theory . 2    5460 Adult Development (3)
niques of playing, care and repair of principal instru-      lecture hours and 2 one-hour labs ; labs meet with
ments in school instrumental organizations . Emphasis         1010-20.                                                   5470 The Curriculum of Undergraduate Higher Ed-
on techniques necessary for basic understanding and                                                                      ucation (3)
effective teaching of instruments . Practical use of         GRADUATE
current instructional materials. 2 hours per week.                                                                       5510 Governance of Colleges and Universities (3)
                                                             5000 Thesis
2433 Methods, Materials, and Techniques of Per-                                                                          5550 Fiscal Problems in Higher Education (3)
cussion Class Instruction (2) Structure, use, tech-          5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
niques of playing, care and repair of principal instru-                                                                  5660 Program Planning In Continuing and Higher
ments in school instrumental organizations . Emphasis        5150 Studies in Secondary School Music (3)                  Education (3)
on techniques necessary for basic understanding and
effective teaching of the instruments. Practical use of      5210 Psychological Foundations in Music (3)                 5750 Student Personnel In Higher Education (3)
current instructional materials. 2 hours per week.
                                                             5220 Administration and Supervision of School               5770 Case Studies in College Student Personnel
3110 Teaching Music In the Primary Grades (3)                Music (3)                                                   (3)
Singing, rhythmic, instrument, listening, creative, and
music reading activities; evaluation ; materials appro-      5230 Comparative Teaching Procedures in Music               5860 The Community-Junior College (3)
priate for Grades K-3 . For elementary education maj-        Education (3)
ors only. Prereq: 2100 or 2110 ; Educ . Psych . 2430,                                                                    5955-65-75 Practicum In Continuing and Higher
upper-division standing.                                     5240 Evaluation Procedures in Music Education (3)           Education (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)

3120 Teaching Music in the Intermediate and                  5250 Role of Music in Education (3)                         5960-70-80 Seminar in Continuing and Higher Edu-
Upper Grades (3) Singing, rhythmic, instrumental,                                                                        cation (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)
listening, creative, and music reading activities ; evalu-   5260 Music for Early Childhood (3)
ations ; materials appropriate for grades 4-6; Primarily                                                                 5990 Practicum In College Student Personnel (3)
for elementary education majors . Prereq : Music 2100        5270 Studies of Music for Children in Primary
                                                             Grades (3)                                                  6450 Advanced Seminar in Program Planning (3)
or 2110 ; Educ . Psych . 2430 and upper-division stand-
ing.                                                                                                                     (See also course listings under the
                                                             5320 Advanced Choral Literature and Conducting
3130 Teaching Music in the Elementary School (3)             (3)                                                         Departments of Curriculum and Instruction,
Singing, rhythmic, instrumental, listening, creative, and                                                                Educational Administration and Supervision,
music reading activities; evaluation ; materials appro-      5350-60-70 Special Problems in Music Education              and Educational Psychology and Guidance .)
priate for grades K-6 . For music education majors only.     (3, 3, 3)
Prereq : 2110, Educ . Psych. 2430 or 3810, and two
years of music theory.                                       5410 Advanced Band Literature and Conducting
                                                             (3)
                                                                                                                         Curriculum and
3150 Teaching Music in Junior and Senior High
Schools (3) Procedures, techniques, curriculum,              5510-20-30 The Talent Education Program of
                                                                                                                         Instruction
scheduling, administration,, evaluation, materials and       Shinichi Suzuki (2, 2, 2)                                   Professors:
equipment, community relations . Prereq: Two years of                                                                    J . J . Bellon (Head), Ed .D . California (Berkeley) ; C . B.
music theory; coreq: 3511 .                                  5710 Research In Music Education (3)                        Allison, Ph .D . Oklahoma; J . E . Alexander, Ed .D .
114 College of Education

Kentucky ; K . J . Blank, Ph .D . Ohio State ; B . L.          3260 Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary               Grades 7-12 (3) For description see Educ . C & 13653.
Broman, Ed .D. Tennessee ; P. C. Burns1 , Ph.D. Iowa;          School (3) Methods and materials in teaching writing,       This course and Educ . C & 13562 are required for
W. L. Butefish, Ed .D . Texas Tech; E . S . Christenbury       spelling, and language. Undergraduate credit only.          certification in foreign languages. Must be taken con-
(Emeritus), Ph .D . Georgia; M . A . Christiansen, Ph .D.      Should be taken prior to or concurrently with C & I         currently with 3562.
Kansas ; A . R . Davis, Ph.D . Ohio State; D. J . Dessart,     3280 . Prereq : Educ . Psych . 2430 or equivalent, admis-
Ph .D . Maryland ; E . D . Doak, Ed .D. Colorado ; H.          sion to Teacher Education.                                  3653 The Teaching of Social Studies, Grades 7-12
Frandsen, Ph .D. Illinois ; R . L . French, Ph .D . Ohio                                                                   (3) Purposes, techniques, materials, and evaluation;
State ; L. O . Haaby, Ed .D . Columbia ; R . Howard,           3268 Developing Social Studies Content Concepts             directed observation in public schools ; preparation of
Ph .D . Ohio State; A . M . Johnston (Emeritus), Ph .D.        for Elementary School (3) Study of content of Social        teaching plans and materials . Undergraduate credit
Chicago ; K . J. Jost, Ed .D . Oklahoma; L. N . Knight,        Studies and development of concepts relevant to             only. Prereq : Educ . Psych. 3810 or equivalent.
Ph .D . Texas; A. Malik, Ed .D . Columbia ; N . Mays,          elementary social studies . Prereq : Admission to teach-
Ph .D . Southern Illinois; W . C. Murphy, Ph.D.                er education.                                               3654 The Teaching of Science, Grades 7-12 (3) For
Alabama ; M . E . Myer, Ph.D. Florida; J . R . Ray, Ed .D.                                                                 description, see 3653.
Tennessee ; C . E . Roeske, Ph .D. Ohio State ; C . G.         3270 Teaching Social Studies In the Elementary
Rowell, Ed .D . George Peabody; P . N . Terwilliger,           School (3) Methods and materials . Undergraduate            3657 Teaching Language, Composition, and
Ed.D . Pennsylvania State; R . S . Thurman, Ed .D.             credit only . Prereq: Educ . Psych . 2430 or equivalent,    Speaking, Grades 7-12 (3) For description, see 3653.
George Peabody, T. N . Turner, Ed .D. Pennsylvania             admission to Teacher Education.                             Both this course and Educ . C & 13658 are required for
State ; A . L . Wantling (Emeritus), Ph .D . Ohio State ; A.                                                               certification in English.
P. Wishart, Ph .D . Texas; W. W . Wyatt (Emeritus),            3280 Teaching Developmental Reading In the Ele-
Ed .D . Missouri.                                              mentary School (3) Beginning course in sequence             3658 Teaching Reading, Literature, and Listening,
                                                               designed to enable preservice teachers to develop           Grades 7-12 (3) For description, see 3653 . Both this
Associate Professors:                                          skills and understandings necessary for operation of        course and Educ . C & 13657 are required for certifica-
L . C . Cagle, Ed .D . Georgia; C. A . Chance, Ph .D . Ohio    successful developmental reading program in the ele-        tion in English.
State; C . L. Faires, Ph.D . Kent State ; A. D. Grant,         mentary school . Prereq : Educ . Psych . 2430 or equiva-
Ph.D . Wisconsin; J . R . Handler, Ed .D . Tennessee; R.       lent and admission to Teacher Education.                    3719 Developing Science Content Concepts for
L. Hodge, Ph .D. Texas ; P. E . Huff, Ph .D. Ohio State;                                                                   Elementary School (3) Study of content of science
B . M. Kolker, Ed .D. Indiana; T. K . Ryan, Ed .D . Ball       3281 Teaching Developmental Reading in the Ele-             and development of concepts relevant to the elemen-
State ; W. S. Slawson, Ed .D . Virginia; A. A. VanFleet,       mentary School (3) Second course in sequence                tary science program . Prereq : Admission to teacher
Ph .D . Florida.                                               designed to teach content and skills of teaching read-      education.
                                                               ing in the elementary school. Prereq : 3280.
Assistant Professors:                                                                                                      3720 Teaching Science in the Elementary School
D . A. Hendricks, Ph.D. Alabama ; A . M . Rutherford,          3310 History of Education (3)                               (3) Methods and materials, undergraduate credit only.
M .Ed. Virginia; C. A . Washbon, Ph .D . Maryland ; P . D.                                                                 Prereq: Educ. Psych . 2430 or equivalent, admission to
Wiley, Ed .D Houston ; S. J . Wynn,                            3320 History of Education In the United States (3)          Teacher Education.

Instructors:                                                   3350 Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (3)             3751 Teaching of Mathematics: Numerical and Al-
M. A. Blank, M .S. Tennessee ; F . L . Hagan, M .S.            Enables preservice teachers to develop skills and           gebraic Concepts, Grades 7-12 (3) For description,
Tennessee.                                                     understandings necessary for operation of successful        see Educ. C & 13653 . Both this course and 3752 are
                                                               mathematics program in the elementary school.               required for certification in mathematics.
'Alumni Distinguished Service Professor.                       Prereq : Educ . Psych . 2430 or equivalent, Mathematics
                                                               2110-20-30, admission to Teacher Education . Must be        3752 Teaching of Mathematics: Geometry and
Educational Curriculum and                                     taken prior to student teaching.                            Analysis, Grades 7-12 (3) For description, see Educ.
                                                                                                                           C & 13653 . Both this course and 3751 are required for
Instruction (301)                                              3351 Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (3)             certification in mathematics.
                                                               Methods of teaching elementary school mathematics.
   Undergraduate programs in the Department                    Prereq : 3350 or equivalent.                                3853 Teaching Strategies and Issues In Social
of Curriculum and Instruction provide the                                                                                  Studies Education (Grades 7-12) (3) Problems and
general professional courses for the                           3510 Books and Related Materials for Children (3)           issues with practical teaching-learning activities in So-
preservice education of teachers in                            (Same as Library and Information Science 3510 .)            cial Studies Education . Both this course and Education
elementary and secondary schools.                                                                                          3653 are required for certification in Social Studies.
                                                               3511 Field Experience in Teaching Elementary (Pri-          Prereq : 3653.
1410 Efficient Reading and Study Skills (2,1) Im-              mary Level K-3) (2) Field experience in which stu-
provement of reading rate, comprehensive vocabulary,           dents perform tasks related to teaching and teacher         4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
and study skills as they relate to content area subjects.      roles . Must be taken prior to 3512 and student teach-      student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
May be repeated for a maximum of 1 hour credit for             ing. Prereq : Admission to teacher education.               student teaching program ; describes the objectives
individual laboratory attention. S/NC.                                                                                     and policies of the student teaching program, meets
                                                               3512 Field Experience in Teaching Elementary (In-           special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-
1500 Introduction to Early Education (3) (Same as              termediate Level 4-6) (2) Field experience in which         ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching
Child and Family Studies 1500 .)                               students perform tasks related to teaching and teach-       seminars must be completed the quarter immediately
                                                               er roles . Must be taken prior to 3513 and student          preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student
2010-20-30 Field Study in Education (3, 3, 3) Prob-            teaching . Prereq: 3511.                                    teachers complete pre-student teaching seminars
lems of teachers in active service in the fields of                                                                        spring quarter . Prereq : full admission to the Teacher
methods of teaching, curriculum materials, school-             3513 Field Experience in Teaching Elementary (2)            Education Program . Undergraduate credit only. May
community relationships, and school organizations.             Field experiences in which students perform tasks           not be repeated for credit. S/NC.
                                                               related to teaching and teacher roles . Must be taken in
3010 History and Philosophy of Education (3) Role              sequence and prior to student teaching . Prereq : 3511;     4090 Special Topics (1-6) Topics to be assigned . May
of philosophy in education; realism, Neo-Thomism,              3512 ; four of the following : C&l 3260, 3270, 3280,        be repeated . Will be offered for letter grade or S/NC.
pragmatism, and other contemporary movements;                  3281, 3350, 3351, 3720 ; 3512 and Admission to
major ideas, historical roots, and modern applications.        Teacher Education. S/NC.                                    4091 Independent Study (1-6) Topics to be assigned.
Undergraduate credit only.                                                                                                 May be repeated . Will be offered for letter grade or
                                                               3520 Books and Related Materials for Young Peo-             S/NC.
3020 Principles and Organization of Education (3)              ple (3) (Same as Library and Information Science
Relation to current educational problems and prac-             3520 .)                                                     4092 Supervised Readings (1-6) Topics to be as-
tices; organizational patterns; financing of public edu-                                                                   signed. May be repeated . Will be offered for letter
cation; professionalization of teaching . Undergraduate        3521-22-23 Field Experiences in Teaching : Second-          grade or S/NC.
credit only.                                                   ary (1, 1, 1) Field experiences in which students
                                                               perform tasks related to teaching and to teacher roles.     4111 Non-Western Education: Anthropological Ap-
3030 Social Foundations and Curriculum (3) Culture             Must be taken before student teaching and must be           proaches (3) (Same as Anthropology 4150 .)
and society and their influences on curriculum ; princi-       taken in sequence . Prereq : 3522 and 3523 require
ples, problems, and procedures of subject matter               Admission to Teacher Education . S/NC.                      4150 School Library Administration (3) (Same as
selection, sequence, grade placement, and time allot-                                                                      Library and Information Science 4150 .)
ment; curriculum issues ; state curriculum policies and        3531-32-33 Field Experiences in Teaching : Social
practices . Undergraduate credit only.                         Foundations (1, 1, 1) For description, see 3521-22-         4210 Curriculum in Elementary School Social Stu-
                                                               23 . S/NC.                                                  dies (3) Survey of current curricular approaches and
3150 Analysis of Teaching (3) Use of interaction                                                                           trends in elementary school social studies . Prereq:
analysis to describe and classify verbal interchanges          3561 Teaching of Speech and Drama, Grades 7-12              Teaching experience or student teaching.
between teacher and student ; related non-verbal be-           (3) For description, see 3653.
havior techniques. Prereq : Consent of instructor.                                                                         4215 Teaching Elementary School Science (3)
                                                               3562 Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages : Oral            Methods and materials used in teaching of science in
3180 Microteachlng (3) Emphasis upon the develop-              Communication Skills, Grades 7-12 (3) For descrip-          elementary school . Developmental and diagnostic/
ment of instructional skills . Students teach a series of      tion see Educ . C & 13653 . This course and Educ . C & I    corrective programs . Not open to students with recent
lessons to small groups of students in elementary or           3563 are required for certification in foreign languages.   course or background in teaching of elementary
secondary schools. Lessons are videotaped, and the             Must be taken concurrently with 3563.                       school science.
students and instructor evaluate the teaching behav-
iors recorded on the tape. Prereq : Consent of instruc-        3563 Teaching of Modern Foreign Languages:                  4216 Teaching Elementary School Mathematics (3)
tor.                                                           Reading, Literature, Grammar, and Composition,              Methods and materials used in teaching of mathemat-
                                                                                                                                        College of Education          115

ics in elementary school . Developmental and diag-          4654 Methods, and Materials in Environmental and            5180-90-5200 Educational Specialist Research and
nostic/corrective programs . Not open to students with      Science Education (3) Instructional methods, materi-        Thesis (3, 3, 3)
recent course or background in teaching of elementary       als, curricular programs and current issues in environ-
school mathematics.                                         mental and science education for classroom teachers.        5210 Seminar in International Education : Asia and
                                                                                                                        Africa (3)
4217 Teaching Elementary School Language Arts               4710 Student Teaching, Grades 7-12 (6) Application
(3) Methods and materials used in teaching of elemen-       for student teaching must be filed not later than final     5211 Instructional Strategies in Elementary School
tary school language arts. Development of functional        quarter of junior year. Students should hold them-          Social Studies (3)
relationships with other curriculum areas, diagnostic       selves available to do this work in off-campus center.
procedures, and corrective work . Not open to students      Must be taken with 4720 . Prereq: 3010-20-30, Educ.         5212 Programs and Materials in Teaching Elemen-
with recent course or background in teaching of ele-        Psych . 3810, appropriate special methods course(s),        tary School Social Studies (3)
mentary school language arts.                               minimum grade point average of 2 .0 . Undergraduate
                                                            credit only . S/NC.                                         5230 Advanced Study and Practicum in Diagnosis
4230 Introduction to Diagnosis and Correction of                                                                        and Remediation of Arithmetic Difficulties (3)
Classroom Arithmetic Difficulties (3) Classroom             4720 Student Teaching, Grades 7-12 (6) Coopera-
strategies for diagnosing and correcting arithmetic         tive planning with other students and teachers ; analy-     5240 Creative Thinking and Expression in Elemen-
difficulties, focusing upon content typically presented     ses of teaching practices; evaluation of teaching corn-     tary School (3)
from grades 1-8 . Prereq : 3350 or 3751 or equivalent.      petencies as a result of student teaching . Must be
                                                            taken with 4710. Undergraduate credit only. S/NC.           5250 Secondary School Instruction (3)
4240 Classroom Instructional Organization (3)
Developing understandings and skills relating to                                                                        5260 Philosophy of Education (3)
                                                            4750 Utilization of Instructional Media (3) Intro-
grouping, individualization, space utilization, organiza-   duces the basic communications process, need for
tion, grading, integration, and achieving an effective                                                                  5261 Educational Classics (3)
                                                            instructional media, instructional development, selec-
social environment . For elementary classroom teach-        tion and utilization of media and basic software pro-
er . Prereq : Senior standing.                                                                                          5270 The Elementary School Curriculum (3)
                                                            duction techniques. (Same as Library and Information
                                                            Science 4750 and Vocational-Technical Education             5280 Teaching Language Arts in the Elementary
4250 Initiating the Activities Program (3) Prereq:          4750 .)
Educ. Psych. 2430, six quarter hours of methods of                                                                      School (3)
teaching in the elementary school, and junior or senior     4810 Student Teaching in the Elementary School              5281 Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary
standing.                                                   (9) Application for student teaching must be filed not      School (3)
                                                            later than final quarter of junior year . Students should
4280 Orientation to Corrective Practices for Class-         hold themselves available to do this work in offcampus      5282 Teaching Science in the Elementary School
room Reading Problems (3) An orientation to the             centers. Must be taken with 4820 . Prereq : 3010-20-30,     (3)
basic practices in diagnosing and correcting reading        3260-70-80, 3350, 3720 ; Educ. Psych . 2430 ; Library
problems in the regular classroom . The inexperienced       Service 3510; minimum grade point average of 2 .0.          5283 Programs and Materials in Teaching Elemen-
or beginning teacher deals with the collection and          Undergraduate credit only . S/NC.                           tary Science (3)
interpretation of reading behavior information and the
prescription of corrective teaching . Prereq: A course in   4820 Student Teaching in the Elementary School              5284 Seminar in Teaching Elementary Science (3)
the teaching of reading.                                    (6) Must be taken with 4810 . Undergraduate credit
                                                            only . S/NC.                                                5290 Teaching of Mathematics in the Elementary
4300 Developmental Reading In Secondary School                                                                          School (3)
and Community College (3) An introductory course            4850 Student Teaching in Early Elementary School
covering approaches and materials for teaching basic        (K-3) (9) Application filed no later than second quarter    5291 Programs and Materialsl in Elementary School
reading skills and organizing reading classrooms            of junior year with placement one quarter prior to          Language Arts (3)
and/or laboratories at the middle school, secondary         quarter of graduation, Prereq : Educ . C & 13260, 3270
school, and community college level.                        or 3720, 3280, 3350, 4450; CFS 3120, 3210 . S/NC.           5292 Seminar in Research and Theory in Teaching
                                                                                                                        Mathematics in the Elementary School (3)
4303 Language Development of Children : Birth-              4851 Student Teaching in Early Elementary School
Preadolescence (3) Indepth view of language devel-          (K-3) (9) Application filed no later than second quarter    5301 Developmental Reading in the Elementary
opment from birth through preadolescence ; applica-         of junior year with placement at least one quarter prior    and Middle School (3)
tion of process of language development to instruc-         to quarter of graduation . Prereq: Educ. C & 13260,
tional programs for early and middle childhood.                                                                         5302 Psychology of Reading (3)
                                                            3270 or 3720, 3280, 3350, 4450; CFS 3120, 3210.
                                                            S/NC.                                                       5303 Methods and Materials for Teaching Critical
4304 Developing Reading Skills In Content Fields
(3) Study of approaches and techniques for the teach-                                                                   Reading (3)
                                                            4860 Programmed Learning (3) Theories of learning
ing of reading skills in content areas of the school        as related to technology of programmed instruction;
program. Emphasis on middle school and secondary                                                                        5304 Programs and Materials for Reading Instruc-
                                                            techniques and applications of programming . 2 lec-         tion (3)
school programs.                                            tures and 1 lab . Prereq : Psychology 3210, Educ.
4400 Problems in Improvement of Instruction (1-3)           Psych . 3730, or consent of instructor . (Same as Psy-      5305 Trends and Issues in Teaching Reading (3)
Special conferences, workshops, or inservice pro-           chology 4860 .)
grams designed for improvement of instruction. May                                                                      5306 Teaching Reading to the Linguistically Dif-
                                                            GRADUATE                                                    ferent Learner (3)
be repeated . Maximum credit 9 hours . S/NC.
                                                              Graduate instruction in the Department of
4410 Educational Sociology (3) (Same as Sociology           Curriculum and Instruction provides                         5307 Assessment and Correction of Classroom
4410 .)                                                                                                                 Language Arts Difficulties (3)
                                                            opportunities to improve the effectiveness of
                                                            educational service in a number of areas.                   5350 Curriculum Development and Evaluation (3)
4430 Practicum in Teaching in the Elementary
School (3) Practicum experience in elementary school        5000 Thesis
classroom teaching designed for students seeking                                                                        5360 Curriculum Development at the Local Level
                                                                                                                        (3-9)
elementary certification who have obtained degrees in       5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
areas other than elementary education and who have                                                                      5365 Mathematics     Laboratories in Elementary
obtained degrees and certification in areas other than      5040 Studies and Theory in Language Develop-                School (K-9) (3)
this . Application must be filed with student teaching      ment (3)
office at least one quarter prior to registration for                                                                   5379 Diagnosis and Correction of Classroom
practicum . Prereq : 3260-70-80, 3350, 3720 or equival-     5070 Seminar In Intercultural Education (3)                 Reading Problems (3)
ents and admission to Teacher Education.
                                                            5090 Special Topics (1-6)                                   5380 Practicum In Diagnosis of Reading Problems
4450 Teaching In Kindergarten: Overview (3) Rela-                                                                       (3)
tionship of kindergarten to total elementary program;       5091 Independent Study (1-6)
goals; historical settings and current developments.                                                                    5381 Practicum in Remediation of Reading Prob-
                                                            5092 Supervised Readings (1-6)                              lems (3)
4451 Teaching in Kindergarten: Program Develop-
ment (3) Curriculum planning and organization ; class-      5100 History of European Education (3)                      5382 Developmental Reading Practicum (3)
room management. Prereq: Admission to Teacher
Education.                                                  5111-12 History of American Education (3,3)                 5400 Problems in Improvement of Instruction (1-3)
4452 Elementary School Teaching : Minicourse (1-            5120 Principles of Education (3)                            5410 The High School Curriculum (3)
3) Minicourse focusing on various aspects of teaching
in elementary school. Topics vary . Prereq: Student         5140 Comparative Philosophies of Education (3)              5510 Education in Cultural Perspective (3)
teaching . May be repeated.
                                                            5141 Pragmatism in Education (3)                            5511 Non-Western Education: Anthropological Ap-
4530 Home and School Relations (3) Study of need                                                                        proaches (3)
and techniques which can develop closer relationships       5142 The Existential Student (3)
between the home and school at both elementary and                                                                      5570' The Junior High and Middle School . Curricu-
secondary levels . Prereq : Senior standing .               5150-60-70 Seminar (1-3, 1-3,1 .3)                          lum (3)
	


    116      College of Education

    5580 Curriculum Planning and Development (3)         5909 Instructional Theory and Design (3)               6899 Internship (1-6)

    5610 Educational Statistics (3)                      5910-20-30 Problems in Lieu of Thesis (3, 3, 3)        6960 Advanced Studies in Secondary Science and
                                                                                                                Environmental Education (3)
    5620 Direction and Supervision of Student Teach-     5911 Directing the Forensic Program (4)
    ing (3)

    5630 Individualization of Instruction (3)
                                                         5912 Play Production in Secondary Schools (4)          Education (289)
                                                         5950 Reflective Thinking : The Method of Educa-        GRADUATE
    5640 Newer Trends in Elementary Education (3)        tion (3)
                                                                                                                6001 Trans-College Seminar (1) (See Graduate Cat-
    5650 Curriculum     Laboratory    for   Elementary   5960 Teaching Natural Science (3)                      alog for further information).
    Schools (3-6)
                                                         5961 Seminar in Science and Environmental Edu-
    5670 Curriculum for Early Childhood (K-3) (3)        cation (3)                                             Educational
    5680 Teacher-Parent-Community Relations (3)          5962 Studies In Energy Education (3)                   Administration and
    5690 Design of Instructional Media (3)               5970 Teaching the Social Studies (3)                   Supervision (292)
    5691 Advanced Production of Audiovisual Soft-        5980 Projects, Programs, and Materials In Social
    ware                                                 Studies (3)                                            Professors:
    5692 Evaluation of Instructional Media (3)                                                                  D . H . Stollar (Head), Ph .D . Ohio State ; C. M.
                                                         6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                Achilles, Ed .D Rochester; J . T. Lovell, Ed.D. Florida;
    5693 Administering Instructional Media Programs                                                             C . M . Peccolo, Ph .D. Iowa; R . K . Roney, Ed .D.
                                                         6010 Studies in English Education (3)                  Tennessee ; F. M . Trusty, Ed .D . Stanford; G . C.
    (3)
                                                                                                                Ubben, Ph .D . Minnesota ; F . P. Venditti, Ed.D.
                                                         6020 Seminar In Teaching the Social Studies (3)        Colorado State.
    5694 Utilization of Educational Television and
    Radio (3)                                            6030 Research and Theory in Teaching Reading (3)       Associate Professors:
    5695 Research in Instructional Media (3)                                                                    H . F. Aldmon, Ed .D . Tennessee (Vice Chancellor for
                                                         6031 Seminar in Reading and Language Arts (3)          Student Affairs) ; G . W. Harris, Jr., Ph .D . Michigan ; P.
    5696 Practicum Experiences in Instructional Media                                                           M . Husen, Ed .D . Stanford.
    (3)                                                  6032 Organization and Administration of Reading
                                                                                                                Assistant Professors:
                                                         Programs (3)                                           N. T . Mertz (Adjunct), Ed .D . Columbia; E . M . Taylor,
    5697 Application of Instructional Media (3)                                                                 Ed .D. Tennessee.
                                                         6040 Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction (1, 1, 1)
                                                                                                                Lecturer:
    5710 Techniques of Research In Education (3)                                                                E . O. Brooks, Ed .D . Stanford.
                                                         6060 Advanced Studies in Elementary Education
    5720 Observation and Analysis of Instruction (3)     (3)
                                                                                                                GRADUATE
    5790 Career Development: Workshop (1 .6)             6080 Advanced Seminar in Philosophy of Educa-
                                                         tion (3)                                               5000 Thesis (1-15)
    5800 Seminar In Cooperative Curriculum Research
    (3)                                                  6081 Phenomenology and Education (3)                   5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)

    5810 Introduction to Data Processing In Education    6082 Philosophical Analysis and Education (3)          5100 Internship in Educational Administration (3)
    (3)
                                                         6090 Special Topics (1-6)                              5130 Introduction to Educational Administration
    5820 Seminar in the Teaching of Mathematics (3)                                                             (3)
                                                         6091 Independent Study (1-6)
    5825 Teaching Mathematics in the Middle and                                                                 5180-90-5200 Educational Specialist Research and
    Junior High School (3)                               6092 Supervised Readings (1-6)                         Thesis (3, 3, 3)
    5830 Seminar in Mathematics Education (3)            6150 Education as Social Policy (3)                    5220 Philosophy and Theory in Educational Ad-
                                                                                                                ministration (3)
    5835 Teaching Mathematics in the Senior High         6210 Seminar In Elementary School Social Studies
    School and Community/Junior College (3)              Research (3)                                           5230 Seminar in the Behavioral Sciences for Edu-
                                                                                                                cational Administration (3)
    5841 Trends and Issues In Early Childhood (3)        6230 Programs for Curriculum Improvement (3)
                                                                                                                5290 The Politics of Education (3)
    5842 Applications of Theory in Early Childhood       6240 Interpretation of Research in Curriculum and
    Education (K-3) (3)                                  Instruction (3)                                        5310 School Administration and Civil Rights Issues
    5843 Seminar In Early Childhood Education (3)                                                               (3)
                                                         6250 Seminar In History of Education (3)
                                                                                                                5420 District Level Administration (3)
    5844 Mathematics in Early Childhood Education        6282 Advanced Studies In Elementary School Sci-
    (K-3)(3)                                             ence (3)                                               5430 Building Level Administration (3)
    5845 Social Studies and Science in Early Child-      6350 The Professional Education of Teachers (3)
    hood Education (K-3) (3)                                                                                    5440 Introduction to Law, Finance, and Business
                                                                                                                Management at the Building Level (3)
                                                         6400 The Dynamics of Educational Change (3)
    5846 Language Arts in Early Childhood Education
    (K-3) (3)                                                                                                   5450 Organization of the School Program (3)
                                                         6500 Advanced Studies In Early Childhood Educa-
                                                         tion (3)                                               5460 Personnel Administration : Local School (3)
    5899 Field Experience (1-6)
                                                         6510 Advanced Studies in Elementary School Lan-        5470 Introduction to School Facility Planning (3)
    5900 Seminar In the Teaching of English in the
    Secondary School (3)                                 guage Arts (3)
                                                                                                                5480 Instructional Supervision-Local School (3)
    5901 Linguistics and the Teacher of English (3)      6511 Advanced Studies in Education Anthropolo-
                                                         gy (3)                                                 5530 Introduction to Educational Planning (3)
    5902 Teaching Composition in the High School (3)
                                                         6610-20-30 Seminar in Dissertation Proposal Writ-      5540 Tennessee School Law (3)
    5903 Teaching Fiction in the Secondary School (3)    ing (2,2,2)
                                                                                                                5560 Research for Educational Administrators (3)
    5904 Teaching the Mass Media In the English          6710 Advanced Educational Statistics (3)
    Classroom (3)                                                                                               5580 Seminar in Communication Skills for Educa-
                                                         6720 Interpretation of Data (3)                        tional Administrators (3)
    5905 Teaching English in the Community/Junior
    College (3)                                          6730 Evaluation in Curriculum Planning : Theory        5711 Problems in Educational Administration and
                                                         and Application (3)                                    Supervision: School Operation (3)
    5906 Teaching Poetry in Grades 7-12 (3)
                                                         6731 Advanced Studies in Curriculum (3)                5712 Problems In Educational Administration and
    5907 Teaching Drama in Grades 7-12 (3)                                                                      Supervision : Higher Education (3)
                                                         6830 Studies in Mathematics Education (3)
    5908 Developing Speaking and Listening Skills in                                                            5713 Problems in Educational Administration and
    Grades 7-12(3)                                       6850 Principles of Educational Leadership (3)          Supervision: State School Administration (3)
	


                                                                                                                                             College of Education             117

    5714 Problems in Educational Administration and       6870 Advanced Study in School Facility Planning                  2299 Developmental Laboratory (1) Repeatable to
    Supervision : Preparation Programs (3)                (3)                                                              three credit hours. Specialized laboratory experiences
                                                                                                                           in the improvement of skills related to academic,
    5715 Problems in Educational Administration and       6900 Special Topics (3)                                          personal, or career development.
    Supervision: Community Education (3)
                                                          6981 Specialized Seminar : School Operation (3)                  3000 Field Experience (1) Field experiences in work-
    5751 Problems in Educational Administration and                                                                        ing with children and youth and their teachers. Stu-
    Supervision : Theory (3)                              6982 Specialized Seminar : Higher Education (3)                  dents will perform various teaching tasks and be given
                                                                                                                           opportunity to act in teaching roles . May be repeated
    5752 Problems in Educational Administration and       6983 Specialized Seminar : State School Adminis-                 for a total of 6 hours.
    Supervision: Finance (3)                              tration (3)
                                                                                                                          3100 Learning Principles (4) The acquisition, reten-
    5753 Problems in Educational Administration and      6984 Specialized Seminar : Preparation Programs
    Supervision: Transportation (3)                                                                                       tion, and transfer of information and skills, and major
                                                         (3)                                                              steps in problem solving and reasoning.
    5754 Problems in Educational Administration and      6990 Specialized Doctoral Seminar in Politics of                 3110 Classroom Behavior Management (4) Student
    Supervision : Business Management (3)
                                                         Education (3)                                                    will develop understanding of behavior management
    5755 Problems in Educational Administration and                                                                       procedures and skill in utilizing behavior management
                                                         6991 Specialized Seminar: Theory (3)                             procedures in shaping pupil classroom behaviors.
    Supervision : Personnel (3)
                                                                                                                          Prereq: Psychology 2500.
                                                         6992 Specialized Seminar : Finance (3)
    5756 Problems in Educational Administration and
    Supervision : School Plant (3)                                                                                        3430 Child Study (3) Child learning and development:
                                                         6994 Specialized Seminar : Business Management                   study of individual children, ages 5-12 . Prereq: Psy-
                                                         (3)                                                              chology 2500 or equivalent; coreq: either Educ . Psych.
    5757 Problems In Educational Administration and
    Supervision : Organization and Structure (3)                                                                          2000 or a 2 hour/week field experience.
                                                         6995 Specialized Seminar : Personnel (3)
    5758 Problems in Educational Administration and                                                                       3550 Child Psychology (4) (Same as Psychology
    Supervision: School Law (3)                          6996 Specialized Seminar : School Plant (3)                      3550 .)
                                                         6997 Specialized Seminar In Organization and                     3560 Individual Skills for Campus Leaders (3)
    5759 Problems in Educational Administration and
    Supervision: Supervision (3)                         Structure (3)                                                    Knowledge and skills for effectively managing leader-
                                                                                                                          ship and administrative roles in campus organizations.
    5770 Maintenance of School Plants (3)                6998 Specialized Seminar: School Law (3)
                                                                                                                          3810 Educational Psychology: Adolescence (3)
    5810 Survey Research Methods (3)                     6999 Specialized Seminar: Supervision (3)                        Physical, emotional, intellectual, social, career, and
                                                                                                                          ethical dimensions of adolescent development ; major
    5850-60-70 Independent Study in Educational Ad-                                                                       emphasis given to effective communication with ado-
    ministration (3, 3, 3)                               Educational Counseling                                           lescents within the educational setting . Prereq : Psy-
                                                                                                                          chology 2500 or equivalent ; coreq : either Educ. Psych.
    5890 Decision Making and Decision Theory in Edu-
    cational Organizations (3)
                                                         and Psychology (311)                                             and Guidance 3000 or a 2-hour/week field experience.

                                                                                                                          4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
    5900 Special Topics (3)                              Professors:                                                      student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
                                                         L . M . DeRidder (Head), Ph .D . Michigan ; K . L.               student teaching program : describes the objectives
    5910-20-30 Problems in Lieu of Thesis (3, 3, 3)      Dobson, Ed .D . Georgia; D. J . Dickinson, Ed .D.                and policies of the student teaching program, meets
                                                         Oklahoma State ; S. C. Dietz, Ed .D. Arizona State ; S.          special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-
    5950 Elementary Administrators Seminar (3)           W. Huck, Ph .D . Northwestern ; R . P. Lorion 2 , Ph .D.         ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching
                                                         Rochester; E . W. McClain (Emeritus), Ph .D . Texas;             seminars must be completed the quarter immediately
    5960 Middle School Administrators Seminar (3)        W. A . Poppen, Ph .D. Ohio State ; C . L . Thompson,             preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student
                                                         Ph .D . Ohio State; J . A . Wiberley 2 , Ph .D . Syracuse ; R.   teachers complete prestudent teaching seminars
    5970 Secondary Administrators Seminar (3)            L . Williams. Ph .D . George Peabody.                            spring quarter . Prereq : full admission to the Teacher
                                                                                                                          Education Program . Undergraduate credit only . May
    6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation              Associate Professors:                                            not be repeated for credit. S/NC only.
                                                         T . W. George 2 , Ed .D . Tennessee ; M . A . Hector,
    6040 Seminar in Educational Administration and       Ph .D . Michigan State; L. M. Kindall, Ed .D.                    4110 Psychology of Sex Role Development (3)
    Supervision (1, 1, 1)                                                                                                 Examination, from both a theoretical and research
                                                         Tennessee ; A . McIntyre 2, Ph .D. Yale; N. M . Meara,
                                                         Ph .D . Ohio State ; M . Peterson 1 , Ph.D. Ohio State ; R.      base, of factors which contribute to sex role develop-
    6100 Internship in Educational Administration (3)                                                                     ment with attention to changes in sex role definition in
                                                         S . Saudargas2, Ph .D. Florida ; K . Swander', Ph .D.
                                                         Florida.                                                         society and role of education in these changes. Aimed
    6110 Administrator Update (3)                                                                                         at the undergraduate or graduate student with minimal
                                                         Assistant Professors:                                            background in behavioral sciences . (Same as Psychol-
    6190 Administration in Higher Education (3)                                                                           ogy 4115).
                                                         G . D . Cleghorn 2 , Ed .D. Tennessee ; J . Hooker 2,
    6220 Programs for the Professional Preparation of    Ed .D. Tennessee; T . Innes 2 , Ed.D.-Tennessee ; D . C.
                                                         Johnson 2 , Ph .D . Oregon ; P . G . Klukken2 , Ph .D.           4130 Mental Health (3) Studies and exploration of
    Educational Administration and Supervision (3)                                                                        positive mental health . Application of mental health
                                                         Florida ; P. A. Matuszek l , Ph .D . Texas ; M . C.
    6340 Current Trends in School Law (3)                Mclnnis2, Ph .D. Florida State ; R . L . Nash 2 , Ed.D.          criteria to study of one's self based on a battery of
                                                                                                                          personality assessment instruments.
                                                         Colorado ; K . L. Stoner2 , Ed .D. Tennessee ; M . A.
    6380 Instructional Supervision-School District (3)   Wood-Pentz2, Ph .D. Syracuse; D. Young2, Ed .D.                  4320 Self-Management for Personal and Profes-
                                                         Tennessee.                                                       sional Development (3) Self-management applica-
    6420 School Board/Superintendency Relation-
    ships (3)                                                                                                             tions in career, social, emotional and physical develop-
                                                         'Pad time.                                                       ment . Includes both theoretical and experiental activi-
                                                         2Adjunct.                                                        ties . Prereq : An introductory course in psychology or
    6440 School Business Management (3)
                                                                                                                          the consent of the instructor.
                                                         2000 Field Experience (1) Field experiences in work-
    6450 Grant and Contract Proposal Preparation (3)     ing with children and youth and their teachers . Stu-            4350-60-70 Special Topics and Problems (1-6, 1-6,
                                                         dents will perform various teaching tasks and be given           1-6) May be offered for letter grade or S/NC and may
    6460 School Personnel Administration (3)             opportunity to act in teaching roles . May be repeated           be repeated.
                                                         for a total of 6 credit hours.
    6480 Special Topics In School Personnel Adminis-
    tration (3)                                                                                                           4440 General Evaluation Procedures for Public
                                                         2210 Academic Development (3) The development                    Schools (3) Prereq : 2430 or equivalent.
                                                         of skills for competence in higher education, including
    6530 Futuristic Educational Planning Methods (3)     principles of learning, self-knowledge, techniques of            4551-52-53 Student Leadership Workshops (1, 1, 1)
                                                         behavior change, time use, examination preparation,              Series of small group and individualized experiences to
    6540 Contemporary Economics and Educational
    Finance (3)                                          and independent study. Application of learned skills to          develop knowledge and skills required of students in
                                                         current courses.                                                 leadership roles . Sections are designed for resident
    6550 State-Federal Relations In Education (3)                                                                         assistants, student government leaders, student activi-
                                                         2220 Personal Development (3) A study of the                     ties, and other student organizations . Prereq: Consent
    6560 Legal Foundations of Public Education (3)       relationships among self, others, and environment in             of instructor . S/NC.
                                                         contemporary culture. Topics include self-awareness,
    6580 Seminar In Managing Conflict (3)                interpersonal skills, environmental awareness, values            4640 Standardized Testing (3) Use and interpreta-
                                                         clarification and socialization.                                 tion of standardized group intstuments in assessment
    6750-60-70 Independent Studies in Educational                                                                         of intelligence, aptitude, achievement, vocational in-
    Administration and Supervision (3, 3, 3)             2230 Career Development (3) Vocational opportuni-                terests and personality adjustment.
                                                         ties and aspirations, including self-appraisal, career
    6800 Administration of Complex Educational Or-       planning, decision making, occupational exploration,             4650 The Construction of Classroom Tests (3)
    ganizations (3)                                      and vocational development.                                      Concerned with teacher-made classroom tests : in-
118       College of Education

structional objectives, principles of test construction,       5790 Career Development : Workshop (1-6)              B . C. Wallace (Acting Chairman), Ed .D . Colorado
item analysis, evaluating a test's reliability and validity,                                                         State College ; R . H . Kirk, H .S.D. Indiana.
interpretation of test scores, relationship between test-      5840 Student Appraisal (3)
ing and grading.                                                                                                     Associate Professors:
                                                               5850-60-70 Special Topics and Problems (1-6, 1-6,     J . D . Gorski, Dr . P.H . UCLA; R. J . Pursley, Ph.D.
4700 Assertiveness Training (1) Readings and group             1-6)                                                  Iowa ; A . F. Thompson, Ph .D . Michigan.
exploration of the principles of assertiveness and the
application of assertive behavior in a variety of              5880 Career Development : Occupational and Edu-       Assistant Professors:
settings.                                                      cational Resources (3)                                J . S. Ellison, Ed .D . Tennessee; V. W . Pressly, Ed .D.
                                                                                                                     Tennessee.
4760 Advanced Child Study (3) Prereq : 2430 or 3810            5885 Career Development : Field Experience (1-3)
or consent of instructor.                                                                                            Instructors:
                                                               5890 Counseling Theories and Techniques (3)           D . S. Holloway, M .S. Tennessee.
4800 Psychology of the Disadvantaged Child (3)
Significant behavioral differences and causes ; appro-         5897 Pre-Practicum (3)
priate intervention approaches.                                                                                      Safety (890)
                                                               5910-20-30 Problems in Lieu of Thesis (3, 3, 3)
4810 Psychoeducational Aspects of Appalachian                                                                        3520 Principles of General Safety (3) Deals with
People (3) Exploration of psychology of people of              5940 Counseling Practicum (3)                         principles, practices and procedures in general safety;
Appalachian region through an examination of history,                                                                covers safety problems in school traffic, recreation,
culture, and role of education.                                5950-60 Theory and Practice in Consultation (3, 3)    industry, home, and other public areas.

4820 Psychology of the Inner-City School Child (3)             5959-69 Practicum in Consultation (3, 3)              4010-20-30 Problems in Safety (1-3, 1-3, 1-3) Individ-
Exploration of psychological, educational, and social                                                                ual identification and study of current problems in
factors affecting children in inner-city schools.              5980 Organization and Administration of Pupil Per-    safety.
                                                               sonnel Programs (3)
4890 Differential Psychology (3) Nature and sources            6000 Doctoral Research and Dlssertation(3 . 15)
                                                                                                                     4410 Driver and Traffic Safety Education (5) Prepa-
of individual differences in behavioral characteristics,                                                             ration of teachers of driver education in schools and
and differences between racial, ethnic, socioeco-                                                                    colleges. Students are required to teach at least one
nomic, sex, and other groups.                                  6040 Seminar (1)                                      non-driver . Valid driver's license required . 3 hours and
                                                               6099 Internship (1-6)                                 2 labs.
GRADUATE
                                                               6110 Application of Research Design (3)               4412 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (2) (Same as
5000 Thesis                                                                                                          School Health 4412 .)
                                                               6120 Application of Experimental Research Design
5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)                   (3)                                                   4420 Advanced Driver and Traffic Safety Educa-
                                                                                                                     tion (5) Development of competency in teaching of
5040 Guidance and Pupil Personnel Services in                  6319 Field Work in School Psychology : Level i1 (2)   driver education through use of simulation, multi-media
Education (3)                                                                                                        and multiple-car driving range . Emphasis placed on
                                                               6550-60-70 Seminar in College Student Personnel       teaching skills and supervision . Prereq : 4410.
5050 Children and Adolescents (3)                              (2, 2, 2)
                                                                                                                     4430 Sports Safety (5) Accident prevention and injury
5060 Group Approaches with Students (3)                        6610-20-30 Seminar in Dissertation Proposal Writ-     control in sports activities; philosophy of sports safety;
                                                               ing (2, 2, 2)                                         human environmental factors and their interrelation-
5070 Seminar In Elementary School Guidance (3)                                                                       ships in sports injury and their control ; risk-taking and
5099 Field Work in School Psychology (1-6)                     6750-60-70 Special Topics and Problems (1-6, 1-6,     decision solution strategies ; and contributions of
                                                               1-6)                                                  sports medicine to safety . 3 hours of lecture and 2
5100 Developmental Psychology (3)                                                                                    hours of lab.
                                                               6810 Seminar in Counseling (3)
5101 Advanced Psychology of Adolescence (3)                                                                          4720 Workshop in Safety (3-6) Deals with special
                                                               6840-50-60 Seminar in Professional Issues (1, 1, 1)   safety education problems. For advanced undergradu-
5110 Psychology of Women (3)                                                                                         ate students, graduate students, teachers, super-
                                                               6910 Special Topics Seminar (3)                       visors, and administrators. May be repeated for credit.
5111 Seminar in Current Issues in School Psychol-              6931-32-33 Practicum In Counseling Psychology
ogy (3)                                                                                                              GRADUATE
                                                               (3,3,3)
5120 Seminar In Bias-Free Counseling (3)                                                                             5000 Thesis
                                                               6940 Group Counseling Practicum (3)
5140.50.60 Psychoeducational Assessment (3, 3,                                                                       5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
                                                               6941-42-43 Practicum in Guidance, Counseling,
3)                                                             and Personnel Services (3, 3, 3)
                                                                                                                     5320 Behavioral Problems in Safety Education and
5149-59-69 Practicum in School Psychology I (2, 2,                                                                   Accident Prevention (3)
                                                               6944-45-46 Teaching Practicum (3, 3, 3)
2)
                                                                                                                     5330 Problems and Research in Accident Preven-
                                                               6950 Counseling Supervision (3)
5180-90-5200 Educational Specialist Research and                                                                     tion (3)
Thesis (3, 3, 3)
                                                                                                                     5340 Organization, Administration and Supervision
5210 Interpreting Published Articles: Statistics (3)           School of Health,                                     of Safety Programs (3)

5220 Interpreting Published Articles : Research De-
sign (3)                                                       Physical Education,                                   5350 Civil and Defense Education (3)

                                                                                                                     5720-30-40 Graduate Workshop in Safety (3-6, 3-6,
5310 Diagnostic and Corrective Teaching (3)

5319 Field Work In School Psychology: Level 1 (2)
                                                               and Recreation                                        3-6)

                                                                                                                     5810-20-30 Problems in Safety (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)
                                                               Madge M . Phillips, Director
5320 Advanced Classroom Behavior Modification                                                                        5870-80-90 Current Issues in Safety Education (1,
(3)                                                               At the undergraduate level, professional           1, 1)
                                                               preparation programs are offered in health,
5330 Theory and Research In Human Learning (3)                 physical education, dance, and recreation . For       6010-20-30 Internship and Research In Safety Edu-
                                                               information on graduate programs leading to           cation (3, 3, 3)
5331 Current Developments In Human Learning (3)
                                                               the Master of Science, the Master of Public
5340 Group Dynamics (3)                                        Health, Educational Specialist, the Doctor of         School Health (898)
                                                               Education, or the Doctor of Philosophy
5350 Educational Applications of Cognitive Theo-                                                                      1110 Principles in Personal Health (3) To develop
                                                               degrees, see the Graduate Catalog.                    ability to approach health scientifically and to develop
ries (3)
                                                                  The School of Health, Physical Education,          justified confidence in judgments affecting personal
5560 The College Student (3)                                   and Recreation also provides activities               health.
                                                               programs for all students in physical education
5720 Evaluation in Education (3)                               and service courses in health and safety.             2040 Seminar In Human Sexuality (2) Problems and
                                                                                                                     responsibilities of being male and female . S/NC.
5780 Career Development : Theory and Research
(3)                                                            Health and Safety                                     2050 Seminar In Drug Use and Abuse (2) Study of
                                                                                                                     problems related to use and abuse of substances
5785 Career Development: Program Development                                                                         potentially harmful to health and safety. Covers alco-
Implementation and Evaluation (3)                              Professors:                                           hol, drugs, tobacco and other substances. S/NC .
                                                                                                                                               College of Education             119

3000 Foundation of Health Science (3) In-depth               4430 Women's Health (3) Study of factors influencing            1020 Physical Education : Swimming (2)
study of content areas relating to personal health and       women's health and women as consumers of the
contemporary health problems, i .e., mood modifying          nation's health service delivery systems.                       1021 Physical Education : Bowling (2)
products, consumer health, international health, per-
sonal health practices, reciprocal relationships involv-     4500-10-20 Field Practice in Health Education (3-5,             1022 Physical Education: Basketball (2)
ing man, disease, and environment.                           3-5, 3-5) Off-campus health education internship or
                                                             field practice in educational or other agency with              1032 Physical Education: Tennis (2)
3210 First Aid and Emergency Care (4) Theory and             qualified professional.
practice of first aid and emergency care . Instruction in                                                                    2012 Physical Education: Soccer-Speedball (2)
medical self-help . Course leads to Red Cross Certifica-     4710 Workshop in School Health Education (3-6)
tion in Advanced First Aid and Emergency Care.               For advanced students, teachers, school administra-             2022 Physical Education: Volleyball (2)
(Applicant must be at least 18 years of age for certifi-     tors, nurses, and other paramedical school personnel.
cation .)                                                    Lectures, demonstrations, films, field trips, and super-        2032 Physical Education: Golf (2)
                                                             vised research in special health problems. May be
3410 School Health Instruction (3) Selection of              repeated for credit.                                            2040 New Repertory Dance Company (2) Prepara-
health content in school curriculum.                                                                                         tion and presentation of public performances . May be
                                                             4810-20-30 Problems in School Health Education                  repeated . Maximum credit 4 hours. Prereq : Consent of
3420 School Health Services (3) Development, main-           (1, 1, 1) Individual identification and study of current        instructor.
tenance, and protection of health of students including      problems in school health education. Extensive read-'
examination, screening, special services, communica-         ing of literature required.                                     2050 New Repertory Dance Company (2) Prepara-
ble disease control, emergency care, and school                                                                              tion and presentation of public performances . May be
health records.                                              GRADUATE                                                        repeated . Maximum credit 4 hours . Prereq : 2040 or
                                                                                                                             consent of instructor.
3510 The School In Community Health (3) Role of              5000 Thesis
teacher in community health education ; school's                                                                             2060 New Repertory Dance Company (2) Prepara-
responsibility in promoting healthful living and the         5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)                    tion and presentation of public performances . May be
place of existing media and agencies in program. Not                                                                         repeated . Maximum credit 4 hours . Prereq: 2050 or
                                                             5010 Problems and Practices in School Health (3)                consent of instructor.
open to health and physical education majors.
                                                             5020 Teaching of Sex Education and Human Sex-
3610 Methods in Elementary Health Instruction (3)            uality (3)                                                      2070 Orientation in Dance-Appreciation (3) Histo-
Preparation and presentation of health topics . Teach-                                                                       ry, aesthetic principles, and current trends in dance.
ing method is emphasized and student participation           5510 Curriculum Construction in School Health
stressed. Required for elementary teachers . Prereq:                                                                         3000 Administration of Athletics (2) Conduct of
                                                             instruction (3)
1110 or 3510 or Public Health 1110 or Nutrition 1230.                                                                        program of athletic sports in high schools and col-
                                                             5520 Evaluation in School Health Instruction (3)                leges.
3620 The Teaching of Sex Education (3) Trends,
content, methods, and materials.                             5530 School Health Program Surveys (3)                          3010 Elementary Modern Technique (2) Analytical
                                                                                                                             and practical study of modern dance techniques. May
3650 Methods in Secondary Health Instruction (3)             5620 School Health Administration and Supervi-                  be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours.
Preparation and presentation of health topics . Teach-       sion (3)
ing method is emphasized and student participation is                                                                        3020 Intermediate Modern Technique (2) Theoreti-
stressed . Prereq : 3140.                                    5630-40 Workshop In School Health Education (3,                 cal, technical, and improvisational study of modern
                                                             3)                                                              dance . May be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours.
4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients                                                                                Prereq : 3010 . Available to dance majors and minors or
student teachers to the off-campus centers and the           5720-30-40 Graduate Workshop in Health Educa-                   with consent of instructor.
student teaching program ; describes the objectives          tion (3-6, 3-6, 3-6)
and policies of the student teaching program, meets                                                                          3030 Intermediate/Advanced Modern Technique
special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-        5810-20-30 Problems in School Health Education                  (2) Emphasis on various styles and techniques . May
ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching    (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)                                                 be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours. Prereq : 3020.
seminars must be completed the quarter immediately                                                                           Available to dance majors and minors or with consent
preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student            6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                         of instructor.
teachers complete prestudent teaching seminars
spring quarter . Prereq : full admission to the Teacher      6030 Critical Analysis of Writing and Research in               3040 Elementary Jazz Techniques (2) Instruction
Education Program . Undergraduate credit only . May          Health Education (3)                                            and practice in styles and techniques of jazz . May be
not be repeated for credit. S/NC only.                                                                                       repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours.
                                                             6050-60 Seminar in Health Education (3, 3)
4120 Alcholism and Alcohol Education (3) Explores                                                                            3041 Intermediate Jazz Dance Technique (2) Inter-
problems of alcoholism . Emphasis on factors which           6210 Health Aspects of Gerontology (3)                          mediate instruction in Jazz Dance Technique with
make alcoholism a serious health and safety problem.                                                                         emphasis on lyrical and percussive styles . Prereq:
Various types of instructional/educational and inter-        6220 Seminar on the Nation's Health (3)                         3040 .Available to dance majors and minors or with
vention programs.                                                                                                            consent of instructor . May be repeated. Maximum
                                                             6230 International Health (3)                                   credit 6 hrs.
4130 Suicide and Suicide Intervention (3) Explores
problems of suicide. Emphasis on factors which make                                                                          3060 Beginning Dance Composition (2) Experience
suicide a serious health problem. Various types of           Physical Education (764)                                        in creative forms of dance . Prereq : 3010.
instructional/educational and intervention programs.         Professors:                                                     3061 Dance Composition II (2) Further development
                                                             G . F . Brady (Emeritus), Ph .D. Iowa; E . K . Capen
4140 Death, Dying and Bereavement (3) Exploration            (Emeritus), Ph .D. Iowa; B . D . Franks, Ph .D. Illinois ; E.   of solo and duo compositional skills with particular
of theories of death and dying . Education and other         T . Howley, Ph .D . Wisconsin; A. J . Kozar, Ph.D.              emphasis on form ; content and use of music. Prereq:
programs to mitigate the trauma of death and dying.          Michigan ; N . E . Lay, Ph .D. Florida State ; W . P.           3060.
                                                             Liemohn, Ph .D. Iowa; M . M . Phillips, Ph.D . Iowa ; H.
4410 Consumer Health and Safety Education (3)                B . Watson (Emeritus), Ph .D . Michigan ; H . G . Welch,        3062 Dance Composition III (2) Study of choreogra-
Survey of major consumer health and safety problems;         Ph .D. Florida.                                                 phy for small groups . Exploration of costumes, props,
selecting, purchasing, and financing of safety and                                                                           stage space, and alternative environments . Prereq:
medical services. (Same as Public Health 4410 .)             Associate Professors:                                           3061.
                                                             P . A. Beitel, Ed .D. North Carolina ; R . J . Croskey,
4411 Instructor's Advanced First Aid and Emer-               M .F .A . SMU ; B . J . Mead, Ph.D. Purdue ; W . J.             3070 Elementary Ballet Techniques (2) Practical
gency Care (3) Designed to teach First Aid. Satisfac-        Morgan, Ph .D . Minnesota; C . A. Wrisberg ; Ph .D.             and analytical study of classical ballet technique . May
tory completion qualifies one for American National          Michigan.                                                       be repeated. Maximum credit 6 hours.
Red Cross Certification as an Advanced First Aid for
Emergency Care Instructor . Applicant must be at least       Assistant Professors:                                           3075 Intermediate Ballet Technique (2) Emphasis
21 years of age for certification . Prereq : 3210 or valid   P . A. Boroviak, M .S . Tennessee ; T . Donovan, Ed .D.         on styles and methods of intermediate classical ballet
Advanced First Aid and Emergency Care Certificate.           Houston; C. W . Fox, M.A . Southern Methodist; D. R.            technique, basic pointe work and use of petit and
                                                             Kelley, Ed .D. Georgia State ; J. L. Lewis, Ed .D.              grand allegro combinations . Prereq : 3070. Available to
4412 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (2) Theory                Tennessee ; M . G . McCutchen, Ed .D . North Carolina;          dance majors and minors or with consent of instructor.
and Skills to implement basic cardiac life support           B . G . Ulrich, M .A . North Carolina.                          May be repeated Maximum credit 6 hrs.
following cardiac arrest due to such conditions as
heart attack, drowning, electrocution, suffocation,          Instructors:                                                    3080 Officiating Volleyball (3) Officiating appropriate
poisoning, drug intoxication, and vehicular and other        F. K . Whitt, M .A . Appalachian State ; C . A . Wren,          to volleyball competition . Emphasis on knowledge of
accidents. Educational and preventive aspects of con-        M .S . Eastern Michigan.                                        rules and officiating mechanics.
trolling cardiovascular disease . (Same as Safety            Lecturer:
4412.)                                                       J . A . Richards, M .Ed . Slippery Rock State;                  3100 Social Dance (2) Instruction, practice, and
                                                                                                                             teaching in basic social dance steps.
4420 Drug Abuse Education (3) Drug abuse problem
and suspected causes ; pharmacology of drugs and             1000 Introduction to Physical Education (2) Special             3110 Athletic Coaching of Football (2) Fundamen-
effects on society and methods of drug abuse educa-          emphasis on theoretical and practical aspects of phys-          tals and coaching techniques . Prereq: Approval of
tion .                                                       ical education . S/NC .                                         instructor .
120 College of Education

3120 Coaching of Basketball (2) Individual and team          old age, and relationship of changes to physical per-       4080 History of Dance 1 (3) A survey of the dance of
fundamentals for the high school coach ; attention           formance and skill development.                             various societies and cultures from pre-history through
given to conditioning, schedule making, and other                                                                        the nineteenth centruy. Senior standing or graduate
business arrangements . Prereq : Approval of instructor.     3570 Developmental Trends In Movement Per-                  status required for graduate credit. There is a different
                                                             formance of Children (2) Motion characteristic of           level of performance expected of those registered for
3130 Athletic Coaching of Track and Field Events             basic movement patterns evolving in children with an        graduate credit.
(2) Techniques and training procedures . Prereq: Ap-         emphasis upon understanding movement perform-
proval of instructor.                                        ance as a product of interaction of biophysical, percep-    4090 History of Dance II (3) A survey of the develop-
                                                             to-cognitive, and psycho-social variables . Prereq:         ment of dance in the theatre, recreation, and educa-
3160 Officiating Basketball (3) Officiating appropri-        3540-50-60.                                                 tion during the 20th century . Senior standing or gradu-
ate to basketball competition . Emphasis on knowledge                                                                    ate status required for graduate credit. There is a
of rules and officiating mechanics.                          3610-20 Individual and Dual Sports (2, 2) Instruction,      different level of performance expected of those regis-
                                                             student teaching, and practice in organizing adult          tered for graduate credit.
3170 Weight Control and Physical Activity (3) The-           sports and recreational activities suitable for schools,
oretical knowledge of and practical experience in            churches, or community recreation centers.                  4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
principles and methods of weight control and related                                                                     student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
physical activity.                                           3650 Teaching Strategies and Program Implemen-              student teaching program ; describes the objectives
                                                             tation in Elementary Physical Education (3) Under-          and policies of the student teaching program, meets
3180 Track and Field (2) Methods and practical               standing and employing teaching strategies appropri-        special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-
experience in various events of track and field . Special    ate to elementary physical education, and study of          ness of professional liability. The pre-student teaching
emphasis on teaching techniques, demonstration, pro-         program content and implementation . Prereq : 3570.         seminars must be completed the quarter immediately
gression, and analysis.                                                                                                  preceding student teaching. Fall quarter student
                                                             3660 Basic Movement Sequences for Children (3)              teachers complete pre-student teaching seminars
3200 Athletic Coaching of Baseball (2) Individual            Movement patterns and skills which are fundamental          spring quarter . Prereq : full admission to the Teacher
and team fundamentals for high school and college            to movement activity, with emphasis upon designing          Education Program . Undergraduate credit only . May
coach . Prereq : Consent of instructor.                      and presenting sequential learning tasks and creative       not be repeated for credit . S/NC only .(Same as Ed.
                                                             activity experiences . Prereq . or coreq : 3650.            C&l 4100, Art Ed . 4100, Music Ed . 4100, Ed . &
3210 History and Principles of Physical Education                                                                        Counseling Psych . 4100, School Health 4100, Public
(3) Principles from basic sciences of anatomy, bacteri-      3670 Practicum in Developmental Movement for                Health 4100, and Bus. Ed . 4100 .)
ology, biology, chemistry, physiology, psychology, and       Early Childhood (3) Experiences in designing and
sociology applied to health, physical education, and         presenting developmental movement tasks to pre-             4110 Adapted Physical Education (3) Classification
athletic coaching.                                           school children. Prereq . or coreq: 3660.                   of atypical students who require modified programs in
                                                                                                                         physical education ; activities and class organization
3220 Physical Fitness Activities (3) Teaching of             3680 Structured Movement Activities In Elementa-            suitable for required or special physical education
calisthenics, conditioning activities, and weight training   ry Physical Education (4) Self-testing, games and           classes.
with emphasis on physical fitness concepts including         sports, and dance activities included in elementary
muscular development of the body.                            school physical education program, with emphasis            4120 Administration of Physical Education (3) Se-
                                                             upon designing and presenting sequential learning           lected topics in organization and administration prob-
3240 Team Sports (2) Instruction, practice, and stu-         experiences . Prereq : 3670.                                lems related to physical education programs in
dent teaching in selected team sports.                                                                                   schools . Emphasis placed on human relations ap-
                                                             3720 Philosophy of Physical Education and Sport             proach to solving problems in administration.
 3250 Athletic Training Techniques (3) Theory and            (3) Introduction tc form and content of philosophy of
practice in the prevention and care of basic athletic        physical education and sport ; specific emphasis on         4140 Measurement and Evaluation in Physical Edu-
injuries.                                                    examination of metaphysical, epistemological and ax-        cation (3) Relationship of measurement and evalua-
                                                             iological status of physical education and sport.           tion in physical education . Administration and critique
3260 Practicum for Physical Education Majors (1-                                                                         of appropriate measures of physical fitness, sports
10) Observation and limited teaching, coaching, and          3910 Principles and Problems of Coaching (3) Ex-            skills, and knowledge.
leadership experiences in physical education pro-            amination of practical problems and situations which
grams . Experiences intended to cover the last three-        prepares students to make judgments and decisions in        4150 Creative Rhythms for Children (3) Methods
year period of professional preparation . May be re-         a coaching environment. Prereq : At least sophomore         and materials for grades 1-6 . 3 hours and 1 lab.
peated ; Maximum credit 10 hours . S/NC.                     standing.
                                                                                                                         4160 Athletic Coaching Field Experience (2) Practi-
3300 Tap Dance (2) Instruction, practice, and student        4000 Intermediate Advanced Ballet Technique (2)             cal experience in coaching and related responsibilities.
teaching.                                                    Emphasis on styles and methods of intermediate/ad-          Must be repeated . Maximum credit 4 hours . Prereq:
                                                                                                                         Approval of instructor.
3320 Applied Anatomy and Kinesiology (3) Bones,              vanced classical ballet techniques, intermediate/ad-
joints, ligaments, and muscles involved in movements;        vanced pointe work, batterie, and petit allegro . Prereq:   4230 Program Planning in Physical Education (3)
reaction to joints and muscular mechanism to bodily          3075. Available to dance majors and minors or with          Curriculum building, course construction, and lesson
development and efficiency.                                  consent of instructor. May be repeated . Maximum            planning for public schools and colleges.
                                                             credit 6 hrs.
3330 Stunts and Tumbling (2) Instruction and prac-                                                                        4310 Folk and Square Dance (2) Materials and
tice ; student teaching and lesson planning stressed         4005 Advanced Ballet Technique (2) Emphasis on              'methods for public schools, colleges and recreation
with focus upon safety techniques.                           styles and methods of advanced classical ballet tech-        centers.
                                                             nique, including multiple pirouettes, batterie, epqule-
3430 Adapted Physical Education Laboratory (1)               ment and advanced pointe work . Prereq : 4000 . Avail-      4300 Intermediate Tap Technique (2) Instruction
Practical work, including student teaching, supple-          able to dance majors and minors or with consent of          and practice in intermediate level tap skills and tech-
menting 4110.                                                instructor . May be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours.      niques . Prereq : P .E . 3300 or consent of instructor.
                                                             Senior standing or graduate status required for gradu-
3450 Physical Education in the Elementary School             ate credit. There is a different level of performance       4330-40-50 Specialization Study in Physical Educa-
(3) Movement experiences appropriate for elementary          expected of those registered for graduate credit.           tion (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)
school children : planning and teaching a developmen-
tal program.                                                 4010 Advanced Modern Technique (2) Develop-                 4410 Wrestling (2) Theoretical and practical work for
                                                             ment, integration, and synthesis of previous dance          prospective teaching; emphasis on safety procedures.
3510 Conceptual Bases for Study of Human Move-               vocabulary; emphasis on advanced practice and prin-
ment Behavior (2) Biophysical, percepto-cognitive,           ciples . May be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours.          4430 Women's Gymnastics (2) Development of skills
and psycho-social forces causing humans to move as           Prereq : 3030. Available to dance majors and minors or      on balance beam, uneven parallel bars, and side horse
they do . Prereq : 1011 or 1012.                             with consent of instructor.                                 vaulting ; special emphasis on progression, safety, and
                                                                                                                         teaching techniques . Open to men and women.
3530 The Teaching of Swimming and Lifesaving (2)             4020 Practicum In Dance Production (2) Prereq:              Prereq : 3330.
Certification in ARC Water Safety Instructor Training or     Consent of instructor.
Senior Lifesaving with additional practice in teaching                                                                   4440 Men's Gymnastics (2) Development of skills on
of swimming.                                                 4050 Rhythmic Analysis (3) The basic nature and             pommel horse, parallel bars, and long horse vaulting.
                                                             principles of music, rhythm, and rhythmic notation with     Special emphasis placed on safety, progression, and
3540 Perceptual and Cognitive Bases of Human                 emphasis on their correlation with dance movement           teaching techniques . Open to men and women.
Movement Performance (3) Factors affecting human             and composition . Prereq : Consent of instructor . Senior
movement performance, especially that of children,           standing or graduate status required for graduate           4450 Men's Gymnastics II (2) Development of skills
and consideration of factors employed to modify that         credit. There is a different level of performance ex-       on still rings, horizontal bar, trampoline, and exhibition
performance . Prereq: 3510.                                  pected of those registered for graduate credit.             gymnastics ; special emphasis placed on safety, pro-
                                                                                                                         gression and teaching techniques . Open to men and
3550 Psycho-Social Bases of Human Movement                   4060 Advanced Composition (4) Application of com-           women . Prereq : 4440.
Performance (3) Factors affecting human movement             positional, production, and administrative skills cul-
performance, especially that of children, and consider-      minating in the presentation of two complete choreo-        4460 The Coaching and Judging of Women's Gym-
ation of factors employed to modify that performance.        graphic works. Prereq : 3062, 4020.                         nastics (3) Appreciation of women's gymnastics ac-
Prereq : 3510.                                                                                                           cording to the rules of the United States Gymnastics
                                                             4070 Stagecraft for Dance Production (2) Equip-             Federation . National tests and ratings will be given.
3560 Human Growth and Motor Development (3)                  ment, light design, properties, sets, and stage man-        Both men and women are encouraged to take this
Structural and functional changes in man from birth to       agement.                                                    course. Prereq : 2734 or 4440 .
                                                                                                                                 College of Education             121

4550 Methods of Teaching Dance (3) Principles and          6640 Research Participation in Applied Physiology   2761 Men's Advanced Gymnastics (Coed) (2)
methods for the teaching of dance with practical           (1-6)
application in a mini-teaching experience . Prereq: Up-                                                        2762 Social Dance (2)
perclass or graduate standing and approval of instruc-     6810-20 Practicum (2, 2)
tor. Senior standing or graduate status required for                                                           2764 Softball (2)
graduate credit . There is a different level of perform-
ance expected of those registered for graduate credit.
                                                           Service Program in Physical                         2765 Sport in Society (2)
                                                           Education
4560 Movement Notation (3) Fundamentals of move-                                                               2766 Racquetball Intermediate (2)
ment notation with emphasis on the notation and              The service program in physical education
reading of elementary movement studies . Senior            provides all students a program of physical         2770 Racquetball Advanced (2)
standing or graduate status required for graduate          education planned in accordance with their
credit . There is a different level of performance ex-                                                         2771 Swimming Elementary (2)
                                                           present and future needs and interests.
pected of those registered for graduate credit.
                                                                                                               2772 Swimming Elementary II (2)
                                                           2701 ARC Advanced Life Saving (2)
4880 Motor Behavior: A Theoretical Perspective (4)
Examines motor behavior from an information pro-                                                               2773 Swimming Intermediate (2)
                                                           2702 ARC Water Safety Instructor Training (2)
cessing perspective and applies current research to
support theoretical base. Prereq : Senior or graduate                                                          2774 Swimming Advanced (2)
                                                           2703 ARC Water Safety Instructor for Handi-
standing or consent of instructor.                         capped (2)                                          2775 Synchronized Swimming Elementary (2)
4890 Motor Behavior Laboratory (2) Provides a              2707 Badminton Elementary (2)
beginning experience in methodology and instrumen-                                                             2776 Synchronized Swimming Intermediate (2)
tation for assessing factors related to or affecting       2708 Badminton Intermediate (2)                     2778 Tap Dance Elementary (2)
motor learning/performance. Prereq/ coreq: PE 4880
or consent of instructor. Prereq : PE 4140 and/or PE       2711 Ballet Elementary (2)                          2779 Tap Dance Intermediate (2)
5320 or consent of instructor.
                                                           2712 Ballet Intermediate (2)                        2781 Tennis Elementary (2)
GRADUATE
                                                           2713 Ballet Advanced (2)                            2782 Tennis Intermediate (2)
5000 Thesis
                                                           2714 Basketball (2)                                 2783 Tennis Advanced (2)
5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
                                                           2715 Bowling Elementary (2)                         2784 Track and Field (2)
5110 Administrative Problems in Physical Educa-
tion (3)                                                   2716 Bowling Intermediate (2)                       2785 Tumbling Elementary (2)
5130 Methods in Physical Education (3)                     2717 Bowling Advanced (2)                           2786 Tumbling Intermediate (2)
5140 Advanced Philosophy of Sport (3)                      2719 Equitation Elementary (2)                      2787 Tumbling Advanced (2)
5150 Systematic Philosophic Analyses of Sport (3)          2725 Field Hockey (2)                               2789 Volleyball Elementary (2)
5220 Readings in Physical Education (3)                    2727 Flag Football (2)                              2790 Volleyball Intermediate (2)
5230 Supervisory Problems In Physical Education            2728 Folk and Square Dance (2)                      2791 , Volleyball Advanced (2)
(3)
                                                           2730 Foundations of Physical Fitness (Lecture,      2792 Weight Control and Figure Improvement (2)
5310 Analysis of Basic Motor Skills (3)                    Lab, Activity) (2)
                                                                                                               2794 Weight Training Elementary (2)
5320 Seminar in Research Techniques In Physical            2731 Golf Elementary (2)
Education (3)                                                                                                  2795 Weight Training Intermediate (2)
                                                           2732 Golf Intermediate (2)
5330 Psychology of Sport (3)                                                                                   2797 Wrestling Elementary (2)
                                                           2734 Women's Elementary Gymnastics (Coed) (2)
5340 Motor Behavior and Skill Acquisition (3)                                                                  2798 Wrestling Intermediate (2)
                                                           2735 Women's Intermediate Gymnastics (Coed) (2)
5410-20-30 Specialization Study in a Selected
Physical Education Area (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)                    2736 Women's Advanced Gymnastics (Coed) (2)         Public Health (839)
                                                                                                               Associate Professors:
5500 Advanced Kineslology (3)                              2737 Handball Elementary (2)                        C . B . Hamilton (Acting Chairman), Dr . P.H.
                                                                                                               Oklahoma ; R . J . Pursley, Ph.D . Iowa.
5510 Selected Topics in Anatomy (3)                        2738 Handball Intermediate (2)                      Assistant Professors:
                                                                                                               S . F. Spear, Ph .D . Iowa.
5550 Advanced Adapted Physical Education (3)               2739 Handball Advanced (2)
                                                                                                                3310 Communicable and Noncommunicable Dis-
5580 Physical Activity and Health (5)                      2741 Ice Skating Elementary (2)                     eases (3) Modern concepts of diseases ; etiology of
                                                                                                               common communicable and chronic disease problems
5600 Applied Physiology (3)                                2742 Ice Skating Intermediate (2)                   including prevention and control . Prereq : One year of
                                                                                                               biological science and one course in bacteriology.
5610 Advanced Exercise Physiology (4)                      2743 Ice Skating Advanced (2)
                                                                                                               3320 Sanitation (3) History of sanitary awakening;
5620 Experimental Techniques in Applied Physiol-           2745 Lacrosse Elementary (2)                        disease-producing relationships and controls of water,
ogy (3)                                                                                                        sewage, refuse, milk, meat and other foods, air, in-
                                                           2747 Modern Dance Elementary (2)
5650 Social-Psychological Dimensions of Physical                                                               sects, and soil ; sanitation of homes, swimming pools,
                                                                                                               industrial plants, markets, restaurants, camps, and
Activity (3)                                               2748 Modern Dance Intermediate (2)
                                                                                                                public bathing places; healthful school living as af-
5810-20-30 Seminar in Physical Education (1, 1, 1)         2749 Modern Dance Advanced (2)                      fected by buildings and grounds, lighting, acoustics,
                                                                                                                thermal control, and safety provisions . Prereq : one
5910-20-30 Problems and Projects In Physical Edu-          2750 Modern Jazz (2)                                 year biological science, one course in microbiology . 2
cation (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)                                                                                          hours and 1 lab.
                                                           2752 Paddleball Elementary (2)
6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                                                                        3330 Introduction to Public Health (3) Philosophy,
                                                           2753 Paddleball Intermediate (2)                    organization, and functions of federal, state, and local
6010 Seminar In Physical Education (1)                                                                         official and voluntary public health agencies . Includes
                                                           2755 Racquetball Elementary (2)                     periodic field trips.
6220 Independent Research (3)
                                                           2756 Physical Fitness (Conditioning Program) (2)    4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
6330 Advanced Motor Behavior (3)                                                                               student teachers to the off-campus centers and the
                                                           2757 Men's Elementary Gymnastics (Coed) (2)         student teaching program ; describes the objectives
6410 Practicum in Kinesiology (3)                                                                              and policies of the student teaching program, meets
                                                           2758 Personal Safety and Defense for Women (2)      special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-
6510-20 Issues and Problems in Physical Educa-                                                                 ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching
tion (3, 3)                                                2759 Men's Intermediate Gymnastics (Coed) (2)       seminars must be completed the quarter immediately
                                                                                                               preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student
6610 Seminar in Applied Physiology (2)                     2760 Soccer (2)                                     teachers complete pre-student teaching seminars
122      College of Education

spring quarter . Prereq : full admission to the Teacher   5755 Health Facilities Administration (3-5)                   4130 Recreation Administration (3) Introduction to
Education Program . Undergraduate credit only . May                                                                     recreation administration, including planning, person-
not be repeated for credit . S/NC only.                   5760 Health Services Administration (3-5)                     nel, areas and facilities, program services, finances,
                                                                                                                        and public relations. Prereq : 3140, 3200, 3880 or
4210 Urban and Industrial Health (3) Health prob-         5785 Occupational Health Unit (3-5)                           consent of instructor.
lems created by a burgeoning population and the
megalopolis; industrial health problems of concern to     5790 Self-Care Unit (3-5)                                     4200 Survey of Recreation for Special Populations
management, supervisor, and industrial worker ; con-                                                                    (3) Responsibility of recreation profession to minority
trol of occupational diseases, poisons, accidents, and    5795 The Training of Paramedical Personnel (3-5)              groups whose leisure opportunities and needs may
other conditions incidental to industry.                                                                                require special servicing . Prereq : 3140, 3200, 3880 or
                                                          5840-50-60 Problems in Public Health Education (1-            consent of instructor.
4220 Communications for Better Health (3) Selec-          3, 1-3, 1-3)
tive study of communications in health enterprise.                                                                      4310 Camp Administration (3) Program planning and
Consideration in logical progression of the problems of   6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                       organization, personnel management, camp site de-
transmitting current and new information to practi-                                                                     velopment and maintenance and camp operation for
tioners ; communications among members of modern          6210 Health Aspects of Gerontology (3)                        administrators and supervisors of organized camps.
health teams, among health agencies, and use of
mass media for transmitting health information.           6220 Seminar on the Nation's Health (3)                       4500 Specialized Study In a Selected Area of Rec-
                                                                                                                        reation (1-9) Comprehensive study in a selected spe-
4410 Consumer Health and Safety Education (3)             6230 International Health (3)                                 cialized area within the broad field of recreation . For
Survey of major consumer health and safety problems;
selecting, purchasing, and financing of safety and                                                                      recreation students only . May be taken for variable
                                                                                                                        credit up to 9 hours . May be repeated for a maximum
medical services .(Same as School Health 4410 .)          Recreation (853)                                              credit of 9 hours with consent of the division . Prereq:
4700-10-20 Field Practice In Public Health (3, 3, 3)                                                                    Consent of instructor.
                                                          Professor:
Field practice in public health under supervision of      M. L . Peters (Chairman), Ph .D . Illinois.
public health profession . S/NC.                                                                                        GRADUATE
                                                          Assistant Professor:                                          5000 Thesis (9)
4730 Workshop in Public Health Education (3-6)            M. D . Blanton, Re .D . Indiana; K . L. Krick, Re .D.
For teachers, nurses, case workers, sanitarians, and      Indiana.
other voluntary and public health agency personnel;                                                                     5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
emphasizes the problem-solving approach through
small group interaction, case method, and critical        1000-2000-3000 Field Practice (2-3, 2-3, 2-3) Super-          5130 Interpretation of Leisure (3)
                                                          vised practice in an approved agency offering leisure
incident technique . May be repeated for credit.          services . Each hour's credit requires 25 hours of work       5140 Leisure Service Delivery Systems (3)
4740 Public Health Fieldwork (6) Field practice in        in field agency . For recreation students only . Must be
public health under the supervision of public health      taken in sequence.                                            5150 Current Issues in Recreation (3)
profession . S/NC.
                                                          1100 Orientation to Recreation Profession (3)                 5240 Therapeutic Recreation (3)
4840-50-60 Problems In Public Health Education (1,        Overview of types, functions, and interrelationships of
1, 1) Individual identification and study of current      delivery systems for recreation and park services.            5250 Implementations of Recreation Services for
problems in public health education . Extensive reading                                                                 the lil or Disabled (3)
of literature required.                                   3100 Recreation Leadership Procedures (3) Princi-
                                                          ples and practice of recreation leadership ; techniques       5260 Leisure and Mental Health (3)
GRADUATE                                                  and methods of working with individuals and groups in
                                                          leisure activity . Two one-hour lectures and one two-         5300 Seminar in Recreation (1)
5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)              hour lab each week . Prereq : 1000, 1100, and passing
                                                          score on CAT.                                                 5340 Administration of Recreation Funds (3)
5010-20-30 Workshop In Public Health (3-6, 3-6, 3-
6)                                                        3140 Philosophical Foundations of Recreation (3)              5350 Organizational Policies for Recreation (3)
                                                          Examination of recreation as personal experience;
5070-80-90 Field Practice and Seminar in Public           theories of play ; philosophies of leisure and relation-      5360 Management and Operation of Recreation
Health (3-5, 3-5, 3-5)                                    ship to economy, ecology, health, government, culture,        Facilities (3)
                                                          and self-realization ; history of recreation movement.
5110 Environmental Health (3-5)                                                                                         5440 Problems and Projects in Recreation (1-9)
                                                          3200 Planning Leisure Programs (3) Principles and
5120-30 Occupational Health and Safety (5, 5)             methods employed in planning effective and well bal-          5450 Specialized Study in Recreation (1-9)
                                                          anced leisure time programs for varied groups in
5150 Industrial Toxicology (3)                            various settings. Prereq : 2000, 3100.
5220 Health and Sickness (3)                              3220 Organization, Supervision, and Management
                                                                                                                        Special Education and
5410 Epidemiology (3)                                     of Recreation Programs (3) Management, organiza-
                                                          tion and supervision of recreation programs and facili-
                                                                                                                        Rehabilitation (933)
                                                          ties . Prereq : 2000 and 3200.                                Professors:
5420 Administration of Public Health (3)
                                                                                                                        R. M . Frey (Head), Ed .D . Illinois; L. J . Coleman,
5430 Vital and Medical Statistics (4)                     3301 Outdoor Recreation Skills and Techniques I               Ph .D . Kent State ; E . E . Doll (Emeritus), Ph.D.
                                                          (3) Fundamentals necessary for safe participation in          Pennsylvania; C . H . Hargis, Ed .D. Northern Colorado;
5440 Methods and Materials in Public Health Edu-          outdoor recreation activities such as skeet shooting,         W. M . Holbert, Ph .D . Texas; J . H. Miller, Ed .D.
cation (4)                                                hunting, casting and angling, power boating, rapelling,       Auburn ; J . M . Nadolsky, Ed.D . Auburn ; W . E.
                                                          and backpacking . Emphasis : enjoyment of natural             Woodrick, Ed .S. Mississippi State.
5540 Factors In Problem Solving for Community             environment without disturbance or destruction of
Health (5)                                                plant and animal habitats . Prereq : Consent of instruc-      Associate Professors:
                                                          tor.                                                          J. L . Cassell, Ph .D . Kansas ; C . R . Colvin, Ed .D.
5550 The Public Health Educator in Community                                                                            Virginia ; T. W . George, Ed .D . Tennessee ; M . C.
Organization and Development (4)                          3302 Outdoor Recreation Skills and Techniques II              Hannum, Ed .D . Northern Colorado ; C . G . Maisel, M.
                                                          (3) Instruction in safe conduct of outdoor recreational       Ed. Texas; W. J . Schindler, Ph.D. Kent State.
5560 Functions and Roles of the Public Health             activities such as sailing, skin diving, caving, orienteer-
Educator (3)                                              ing, and nature interpretation without disturbance of         Assistant Professors:
                                                          environment. Provision of outdoor recreation experi-          S. M . Benner, Ed .D Columbia ; K . H . Kopp, Ph .D.
5580 Physical Activity and Health (5)                     ences for the handicapped . Two 1-hour lectures/dis-          Peabody; S . W. Mulkey, Ph .D . Florida State ; O. M.
                                                          cussion and one 2-hour lab each week . Prereq : Con-          Welch, Ed .D . Tennessee.
5705 Advanced Professional Health Education:              sent of instructor.
Health Planning I (3-5)                                                                                                 Instructors:
                                                          3710 Camp Counseling (3) History and philosophy of            A. M . Griffin, M .S . Tennessee; D . D . McCampbell,
5710 Advanced Professional Health Education:              camping movement, counselor leadership and pro-               M .S . Tennessee ; N . E . Tedder, M .S. Minnesota ; G.
Health Planning II (3-5)                                                                                                D . Tyler, M .S . Tennessee; M . K . Warden, M .S.
                                                          gramming skills and outdoor living skills.
5715 Advanced Professional Health Education:                                                                            Tennessee.
Health Planning III (3-5)                                 3880 Social Recreation (3) Principles and practice of
                                                          social recreation suitable for all age groups and appro-      Lecturers:
5730 Dental Health Education (3-5)                        priate to a variety of settings . Content includes meth-      D . E. Reece, B .S . Memphis State.
                                                          ods of conducting low-organized and social-interaction
5735 Emergency Medical Services (3-5)                     activities for special events and programs.                     The undergraduate programs in the
                                                                                                                        Department of Special Education and
5745 Family Health Unit (3-5)                             4000 Practicum in Recreation (15) Full-time practice
                                                          in an approved recreation agency. Emphasis on super-          Rehabilitation provide the general professional
5750 Health and Medical Care Legislation and Law          visory and administrative procedures . Prereq : 1000,         courses for the preservice education of
(3-5)                                                     2000, 3000, senior standing . S/NC .                          candidates for certification in meeting the
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 needs of exceptional children . Facilities are               4150 Education of Children with Crippling and               gy 4320-30-40, Special Ed . 4030, and consent of
                                                              Special Health Conditions (3) Medical and educa-            instructor. S/NC.
available for continuous observation and                      tional characteristics of children with crippling and
participation in direct relationships with                    special health conditions; appropriate educational          4342 Seminar In Communication Disorders In
exceptional children who are hospitalized,                    modifications and associated services . Prerequi-           Schools (3) Prereq : Audiology and Speech Pathology
 homebound, in residential schools, special                   site/Corequisite 3333 or consent of instructor.             4320-30-40, Special Ed . 4030, and consent of instruc-
classes, or regular classes.                                                                                              tor.
                                                              4160 Education of Partially Sighted Children (3)
   Course sequences may be planned in the                     Curricular adjustments and materials ; home visits for      4350-60-70 Problems in the Education of Excep-
areas of (1) General Special Education ; (2)                  parents' cooperation in medical care and special            tional Children (3, 3, 3) Prereq: Consent of instructor.
the Hearing Impaired ; (3) Speech and                         needs.
 Hearing ; (4) Rehabilitation Counselor                                                                                   4351-61-71 Practicum in Special Education (3, 3, 3)
Education.                                                    4190 Speech Development of the Hearing Impaired             Students prepare and deliver units of instruction in
                                                              (3) Anatomy and physiology of speech system . Rela-         special education programs . S/NC.
   It is possible to plan a program which will                tionship of hearing to speech development . Theories
lead to certification in more than one area.                  and techniques of speech development and improve-           4400 Voice Disorders (4) (Same as Audiology and
For planning a program, the student must                      ment for hearing impaired children . Prereq : Speech        Speech Pathology 4400 .)
consult with an adviser in the chosen area.                   3050 . (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology
                                                              4190 .)                                                     4440 High School Program for the Mentally Retard-
General Special Education:                                                                                                ed (3) Trends, issues, and research relating to core
                                                              4200 Practicum in Speech Development of Hearing             and work study programs.
3333, 4110, 4120, 4130, 4150, 4351, 4361, 4440,               Impaired (3) Application of theories and techniques of
4520, 4610, 4740, 4880, 4881, 4882, 5260, 5620.               speech development and improvement with hearing             4520 Language-Speech Handicapped Child in the
                                                              impaired children . Prereq : 4190 and consent of instruc-   Classroom (3) Recognition, understanding, observa-
The Hearing Impaired:                                         tor . (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4200.)        tion of communication disorders ; information on refer-
                                                                                                                          ral procedures, agencies, legislation; incorporation of
2110, 2120, 3333, 4190, 4200, 4210, 4220, 4230,               4210 Language Development of Hearing Impaired               speech improvement-language development activities
4250, 4280, 4290, 4351, 4361, 4371, 4740, 4870,               (3) Systems by which formal language is presented.          into regular curriculum . For students not majoring in
4871, 4930, 5220, 5240, 5280, 5310, 5320, 5330,               (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4210 .)             speech-language pathology or audiology.
5820.
                                                              4220 Language Development for the Hearing Im-               4610 Nature and Characteristics of Learning and
Speech and Hearing:                                           paired II (3) Techniques; various systems by which          Behavior Disorders (3) Forms of academic and so-
                                                              formal language is presented. Prereq : 4210 or consent      cially disturbing behavior, degrees of severity, possible
3310, 3333, 3710, 4030, 4040, 4310, 4320, 4330,               of instructor . (Same as Audiology and Speech Patholo-      causes, and relationships to each other . Relationships
4340, 4341, 4342, 4400, 4720, 4930 . Other courses            gy 4220 .)                                                  with respect to personality characteristics and devel-
from Audiology and Speech Pathology: 3010, 3050,                                                                          opmental factors interpreted through behavioral and
3065, 3200, 4610, 4650.                                       4230 Communication Processes for the Hearing                psychodynamic theory as well as practical situations in
                                                              Impaired (3) Various communicative skills required by       which learning and behavior disorders may occur.
Rehabilitation Counselor Education:                           hearing impaired person ; speech and language devel-
                                                              opment ; auditory training, speech reading, manual          4620 Education of the Emotionally Disturbed Child
5100, 5110, 5115, 5120, 5130, 5140, 5145, 5146,               language, and its relation to other forms of communi-       (3) Managing behaviors, models for instruction, teach-
5147, 5150, 5160, 5170, 5180, 5700, 5710, 5720,               cation . Observation practicum . (Student must acquire      ing techniques and materials, and teacher-pupil-family
5730, 5740, 5750, 5760, 5770, 5771.                           a degree of proficiency in use of manual language .)        interpersonal relationships as basic to academic
                                                              Prereq: Consent of instructor.                              achievement for the pupil . Prereq: 4610.
2110 Field Experience (1) Students observe, tutor,
and perform teacher-related tasks in special education        4231 Communication Processes for the Hearing                4630 Practicum in Residential Settings Serving
programs. S/NC.                                               Impaired II (3) Intermediate courses in manual com-         Children with Disturbing Behavior (3) Practice in
                                                              munications skills and techniques with emphasis on          scientifically identifying, observing, and recording dis-
2120 Field Experience (3) Students observe, tutor,            vocabulary development with receptive and expres-           turbing behaviors ; initiating behavior changes regard-
and perform teacherrelated tasks in non-special edu-          sive fluency . Prereq : Spec . Ed . 4230 or consent of      ing academic and social behaviors ; to performing in a
cation programs. S/NC.                                        instructor.                                                 tutorial capacity within a residential classroom ; take in
                                                                                                                          part in discussion and evaluation of relevant academic
3310 Articulation Disorders (4) (Same as Audiology            4240 Nature of Hearing Impairments (3) Basic prin-          curriculum and reinforcement schedules . Prereq : 4610
and Speech Pathology 3310 .)                                  ciples of audiology : anatomy and physiology of hear-       and 4620 or consent of instructor.
                                                              ing ; nature and causes of hearing lost; methods and
3333 Education of the Exceptional Child (3) Princi-           instrumentation for assessment of hearing level ; inter-    4640 Practicum in Public School Systems Serving
ples, characteristics, and special needs ; local and          pretation of audiograms ; selection and use of hearing      Children with Learning and Behavior Problems (6)
state programs for diagnosis and care ; educational           aids ; relation of audiologic services to medical and       Academic tutoring in a teacher/aide capacity within
provisions in regular or special classes ; home teach-        other rehabilitative disciplines . Observations and prac-   regular classrooms. Particular emphasis and practice
ing; social and vocational guidance.                          ticum.                                                      in individualizing instruction for learning and behavior
                                                                                                                          problem children within the regular classroom setting.
3710 Audiology 1(3) (Same as Audiology and Speech             4250 Introduction to the Psychology and Educa-              Discussion and evaluation of relevant methods and
Pathology 3710 .)                                             tion of the Hearing Impaired (3) Offered for those          materials unique to each teaching situation . Prereq:
                                                              planning to enter field of teaching the deaf and hard-      4610 and 4620 or consent of instructor.
4000 Rehabilitation Practicum (3) Evaluation of cli-          of-hearing. Review of history of education of the deaf.
ent data in predicting rehabilitation prognosis . Prereq:     Research studies relating to psychology, social adjust-     4720 Audiology II (4) (Same as Audiology and
4230.                                                         ment, and learning of the deaf . Survey of professional     Speech Pathology 4720 .)
                                                              literature in area of deaf child and adult . (Same as
4030 The Professional Aspects of Speech/Lan-                  Audiology and Speech Pathology 4250.)                       4740 Evaluating Exceptional Students (3) Explores
guage/Hearing Programs In the Schools (3) Com-                                                                            mandates relative to evaluations; examines theoretical
prehensive study of the organization, administration of       4280 Curriculum Development in Elementary and               considerations and methods of evaluating exceptional
school programs . Also, other settings, hospitals, in-        Secondary Schools for the Hearing Impaired (3)              students; introduces basic statistical concepts relative
stitutions, private practice, professional certification      Adaptation of curriculum development and methods in         to norm-and criterion-referenced testing . Prereq . Sp.
levels, legislation, careers.                                 public school education to meet needs of deaf and           Ed . & Reh. 3333 or consent of instructor.
                                                              hard-of-hearing students in residential and integrated
4040 Appraisal of Speech and Language Disorders               settings.                                                   4810 Student Teaching Mental Retardation (3)
(4) (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4040 .)                                                                       Prereq : Major in education of mental retardation.
                                                              4290 The Teaching of Reading to Hearing Impaired            S/NC.
4100 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar for Teachers                Children (3) Readiness activities, developmental ap-
In Special Education (1) A seminar to provide stu-            proaches, theories, and specialized materials for cur-      4811 Student Teaching Mental Retardation (9)
dents with additional information about student teach-        ricula in teaching reading.                                 Prereq : Major in education of mental retardation.
ing. Prereq : Courses required for Tennessee certifica-                                                                   S/NC.
tion in Special Education.                                    4310 Stuttering (3) (Same as Audiology and Speech
                                                              Pathology 4310.)                                            4840 Educational Problems of the Cerebral Palsied
4110 The Nature and Concept of Mental Retarda-                                                                            Child at Home and School (3) Physical, social, and
tion (3) Identification, description, and study.              4320 Introduction to Clinical Practice In Speech            educational needs of cerebral palsied ; evaluative tech-
                                                              Pathology (3) (Same as Audiology and Speech Pa-             niques; related services.
4120 Education of the Mentally Retarded Child (3)             thology 4320 .)
Philosophy and rationale underlying the teaching and                                                                      4850 Eye Problems Encountered by the Teacher
guidance of the mentally retarded ; methods and               4330 Clinical Practice In Speech Pathology (1-6)            (3) Eye anatomy and hygiene; common diseases and
materials in special and regular classes . Prereq . or        (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4330 .)             defects ; testing and treatment ; educational adjust-
coreq: 4110.                                                                                                              ments for specific eye conditions ; related service re-
                                                              4340 Clinical Practice in Speech Pathology (1-6)            sources.
4130 Education of the Brain-Injured Child (3) Na-             (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4340 .)
ture of brain-injured child ; skills for identifying educa-                                                               4870 Student Teaching with Hearing Impaired
tional, physical, and emotional characteristics; special      4341 Clinical Practice in Communication Disorders           Children (9) Supervised practicum with preschool, day
educational techniques .                                      In Schools (3) Prereq : Audiology and Speech Patholo-       school, and residential pupils . S/NC .
	




    124 College of Education

    4871 Practicum with Hearing Impaired Children (6)          5240 Seminar in Language Remediation for the                  (Emeritus), M .S . Indiana ; G . W . Wiegers, Jr ., Ed.D
    S/NC.                                                      Hearing Impaired (3)                                          Missouri.

    4880 Student Teaching in Special Education (1-6)           5260 Education of Gifted Children (3)                         Associate Professors:
    Application for student teaching must be filed not later                                                                 B . J . Brown (Coordinator Bus . Ed .), Ed .D.
    than January 1 of the academic year preceding the          5280 Seminar on Educational Implications of Lan-              Tennessee ; D . V. Brown, P .E., Ed .D. Utah State ; R.
    actual experience . Prereq : 4110, 4120, 4130, 4150,       guage Deficiency (3)                                          R . Hanson, Ph .D. Purdue ; J . H . McInnis (Coordinator
    4351, 4361, 4740 . S/NC .                                                                                                Home Ec. Ed .), Ph.D . Florida State; S. W . Miller,
                                                               5310-20-30 Manual Communication (2, 2, 2)                     Ph.D . Ohio State ; G . C. Petty, Ph .D . Missouri-
    4881 Student Teaching in Special Education (1-6)                                                                         Columbia; B . J . Radcliff, M .S . West Virginia; J . D.
    Application for student teaching must be filed not later   5380 Cerebral Palsy (3)                                       Todd (Coordinator Agric . Ed.), Ed .D Illinois.
    than January 1 of the academic year preceding the
    actual experience . Prereq : 4110, 4120, 4130, 4150,       5390 Cleft Palate (3)                                         Assistant Professors:
    4351, 4361, 4740 . S/NC .                                                                                                G . K . LaBorde, Ed .D. Tennessee; R. H . Pierce, Ph .D.
                                                               5400 Assessment and Remediation of Learning                   Ohio State ; T. L. Powell, M .S. Oklahoma.
    4882 Student Teaching In Special Education (1-6)           Disabilities (3)
    Application for student teaching must be filed not later                                                                 GENERAL
    than January 1 of the academic year preceding the          5401 Prescriptive Teaching           for Children with
    actual experience . Prereq: 4110, 4120, 4130, 4150,        Learning Disabilities (3)
                                                                                                                             2010-20-30 Field Experience in Vocational Educa-
    4351, 4361, 4740 . S/NC .                                                                                                tion (1,1,1) Field experience in public school programs
                                                               5402 The Exceptional Child in the Regular Class-
                                                               room (3)                                                      in agriculture, business, distributive, home economics,
    4921 Student Teaching In Crippling and Special                                                                           trades and industries, and industrial arts education.
    Health Conditions (3-15) Observation and supervised                                                                      S/NC only.
    practicum in home, hospital, and classroom . S/NC .        5403 Resource Teachers for the Handicapped (3)

                                                               5410 Instructional Media for the Handicapped : De-            3000 Introduction to Vocational Education (1) Intro-
    4922 Student Teaching of the Educable Mentally                                                                           ductory and exploratory experiences concerned with
    Retarded (3) Observation and supervised practicum .        sign, Production, and Evaluation of Prototypical
                                                               Curriculum Materials for the Deaf (9)                         teaching careers in all areas of vocational education.
    S/NC.                                                                                                                     Includes visitation within a vocational setting.
    4923 Student Teaching of the Partially Seeing (3)          5450-60-70 Experience in Teaching and Supervi-
                                                               sion of Exceptional Children (1-6, 1-6, 1-6)                  4010 Development and Utilization of Advisory
    Observation and supervised practicum in special and                                                                      Committees (3) Philosophy and rationale for use of
    regular classes . S/NC .                                                                                                 craft advisory committees . Their selection, organiza-
                                                               5490 Educational Vocational Guidance of the Deaf
                                                               and Hard-of-Hearing (3)                                       tion, implementation and utilization.
    4924 Student Teaching of the Emotionally Dis-
    turbed (3-9) Individual tutoring and classroom obser-                                                                    4140 Individual Study in Vocational-Technical Edu-
    vation and teaching. Prereq. or coreq : Educ. C & 14720    5510-20-30 Administrative Practicum or Problems
                                                               in Institutional Care of Children (3, 3, 3)                   cation (1-3) Individual study must be approved by
    or 4820 . S/NC.                                                                                                          supervising instructor and the service area coordinator
                                                               5540 Seminar in Language Pathology (3)                        or department head . Approval form must be filed in the
    4930 Aural Rehabilitation: Speechreading and Au-                                                                         Office of the Department Head . May be repeated.
    ditory Training (3) (Same as Audiology and Speech
    Pathology 4930 .)                                          5550-60-70 Problems In the Education of Excep-
                                                               tional Children (3, 3, 3)                                     4750 Utilization of Instructional Media (3) (Same as
                                                                                                                             Educ. C & 14750 and Information Science 4750.)
    4940 Introduction to the Verbo-Tonal System (4)
    (Same as Audiology and Speech Pathology 4940 .)            5555-65-75 Special Topics (1-3,1-3,1-3)
                                                                                                                             GRADUATE
    GRADUATE                                                   5620 Counseling Parents of Exceptional Children
                                                               (3)                                                           5000 Thesis
    5000 Thesis                                                                                                              5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
                                                               5630 Psychology of the Exceptional Child (3)
    5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)                                                                             5005 Problems In Lieu of Thesis (3)
                                                               5700 Evaluation and Mobilization of Community
    5040 Advanced Clinical Practice in Audiology (1-6)         Resources (3)                                                 5010 History and Organization of Vocational-TAch-
                                                               5710 Medical Aspects of Disability I (3)                      nical Education (3)
    5100 Orientation to Rehabilitation (3)
                                                                                                                             5015 Issues and Trends In Vocational-Technical
    5110 Medical Aspects of Rehabilitation Counseling          5720 Medical Aspects of Disability II (3)                     Education (3)
    (3)
                                                               5730 Vocational Assessment in Disability Evalua-
                                                               tion (3)                                                      5020 Placement, Follow-Up, and Evaluation Proce-
    5111 Psychology of Mental Retardation (3)                                                                                dures In Occupational Education (3)
    5112 Psychology of the Severely Mentally Retard-           5740 Disability and Work in Society (3)                       5030 Organization and Operation of Area Voca-
    ed (3)                                                                                                                   tional-Technical Schools (3)
                                                               5750 Principles and Problems of Disability Evalua-
    5113 Advanced Curriculum for the Mentally Re-              tion (3)
                                                                                                                             5040 Guidance and Pupil Personnel Services in
    tarded (3)                                                                                                               Education (3)
                                                               5760 Seminar: Functional Capability Assessment
    5115 Caseload Management in Rehabilitation (3)             (3)                                                           5050 Supervision of Vocational-Technical Educa-
                                                               5770-71 Current Problems in Disability Claims                 tion (3)
    5120 Psycho-Social Aspects of Disability (3)
                                                               Evaluation (1-3, 1-3)                                         5055 Vocational School Administration and Man-
    5121 Job Development and Placement in Rehabili-                                                                          agement (3)
    tation (3)                                                 5790 Career Development: Workshop (1-6)
                                                                                                                             5070 Competency Based Vocational Education (3)
    5130-40 Seminar in Rehabilitation (3,3)                    5820 Curriculum Development Applied to Pro-
                                                               grams for the Hearing Impaired (3)                            5080 Continuing Education in Vocational-Techni-
    5141 Diagnostic Vocational Evaluation in Rehabili-                                                                       cal Education (3)
    tation (3)                                                 5830 Seminar: Issues and Theories in the Educa-
                                                               tion of the Exceptional Child (3)                             5100 Occupational Program Development for Dis-
    5142 Prognostic Vocational Evaluation in Rehabili-                                                                       advantaged Persons (3)
    tation (3)                                                 5910-20-30 Problems in Lieu of Thesis (3, 3, 3)
                                                                                                                             5110 Principles and Objectives of Vocational-
    5143 Interpretation of Vocational Evaluation Data          5970 Juvenile Delinquency and the School (3)                  Technical Education (3)
    In Rehabilitation (3)
                                                                                                                             5130-31-32 Problems in Vocational-Technical Edu-
    5144 Development and Supervision of Client Eval-           Vocational-Technical                                          cation (1-6, 1-6, 1-6)
    uation Programs (3)

    5145-46-47 Practicum in Rehabilitation (3, 3, 3)
                                                               Education (988)                                               5140 Individual Study in Vocational-Technical Edu-
                                                                                                                             cation (1-3)
                                                               Professors:
    5150-60 Internship in Rehabilitation (9, 9)                J. I. Matthews (Head), Ph.D. Arizona State ; R . J .          5150 Microcomputer Operations and Educational
                                                               Woodin (Emeritus), Ph .D . Ohio State; W . A .                Applications (3)
    5170 Systematic Human Relations Training I (3)             Cameron, Ph .D . Ohio State ; D . G . Cheek
                                                               (Coordinator Ind . Ed.), Ph .D. Kansas State ; C. B .         5155 Software Design for Microcomputers In Edu-
    5180 Approaches to Rehabilitation Counseling (3)           Coakley (Coordinator Dist. Ed .), Ph .D . Wisconsin ; D .     cation (3)
                                                               G . Craig, Ed .D . Cornell ; R . W . Haskell, Ph.D. Purdue;
    5220 Linguistics in the Education of the Hearing           N . P . Logan (Emeritus), Ed .D., Tennessee ; J . L .         5180-90-5200 Educational Specialist Research and
    Impaired (3)                                               Reed (Emeritus), M .S . Oklahoma ; G . A. Wagoner             Thesis (3, 3, 3)
                                                                                                                                          College of Education 125

6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                      Education Program . Undergraduate credit only . May       and coordinating distributive education programs . May
                                                             not be repeated for credit . S/NC only.                   be repeated . Maximum credit 6 hours each.
6010 Curriculum Planning in Vocational-Technical
Education (3)                                                4320 Teaching Basic Business Subjects (2) Materi-         4440 Supervised Distributive Experience (3) Mini-
                                                             als, evaluation procedures, and recent research in        mum 200 hours experience for each 3 credit hours in
6020 Program Planning and Development In Voca-               subject fields.                                           approved distributive business; concurrent analytic
tional-Technical Education (3)                                                                                         project . May be repeated.
                                                             4330 Teaching Typewriting and Word Processing
Evaluation of Vocational-Technical Education Pro-            (2) Materials, methods, evaluation procedures, and        4450 Areas of Distribution (3) Marketing, product or
grams (3)                                                    recent research in subject fields.                        service technology, social skills, basis skills, and distri-
                                                                                                                       bution as these areas affect the distributive education
6040 Seminar in Vocational-Technical Education               4340 Teaching Shorthand (2) Materials methods,            curriculum in secondary and post secondary pro-
(1, 1, 1)                                                    evaluation procedures, and recent research in subject     grams.
                                                             fields.
6050 Administration of Vocational-Technical Edu-                                                                       4460 Organization and Operation of Distributive
cation (3)                                                   4350 Teaching Accounting and Data Processing              Education Programs (3) Background and develop-
                                                             (2) Materials, methods, evaluation procedures, and        ment needs, federal and state legislation ; curriculum
6111-12-13 Internship in Vocational-Technical Ed-            recent research in subject fields.                        implications; establishing, evaluating, reporting, and
ucation (3, 3, 3)                                                                                                      improving the programs.
                                                             4370 Seminar in Business Education (3) Current
                                                             business education problems, viewpoints of leaders in     4470 Methods and Materials in Distributive Educa-
Agricultural Education (056)                                 field, special attention to problems of those enrolled.   tion (3) Prereq : 4460 or consent of instructor.
                                                             S/NC only.
3450 Agricultural Experience and Future Farmers                                                                        4480 Coordination Techniques In Distributive Edu-
of America Programs (3) Prereq : Consent of instruc-         4390 Special Topics (1-9) Topics to be assigned . May     cation (3) Selecting training agencies ; job analysis;
tor.                                                         be repeated for maximum of 9 hours total . May be         selecting and briefing the training supervisors ; advi-
                                                             offered for letter grade or for S/NC.                     sory committees ; adult education and other communi-
3460 Methods In Teaching Agriculture (3) Prereq:                                                                       ty services . Prereq: 4460 and 4470.
Consent of instructor.                                       GRADUATE
                                                                                                                       GRADUATE
3470 Program Development and Adult Education                 9305 Methods and Materials for VOE Programs (3)
in Agriculture (3) Prereq : Consent of instructor.                                                                     5410 Administration and Supervision of Distribu-
                                                             5306 Organization and Manangement of VOE Pro-             tive Education (3)
4110 Organizing and Teaching Agricultural Me-                grams (3)
chanics (3) Methods of teaching agricultural mechan-                                                                   5416-26-36 Problems In Distributive Education:
ics to vocational agricultural students . Emphasis on        5307 Measurement in Business Education (3)                Retailing (3, 3, 3)
special competencies needed for planning, conduct-
ing, and evaluating agricultural mechanics programs.         5308 Curriculum in Business Educaton (3)                  5420 Organizing and Teaching Adult Distributive
Prereq : Agriculture 1120, Agricultural Mechanization                                                                  Education (3)
3110, and/or consent of instructor . 2 hours and 2 labs.     5309 Evaluation of Research in Business Educa-
                                                             tion (3)                                                  5430-31-32 Special Problems In Distributive Educa-
4230-31-32 Problems In Agri-business Education                                                                         tion (3, 3, 3)
(1-6, 1-6, 1-6) Total not more than 9 hours.                 5310 Graduate Seminar in Business Education (3)
                                                                                                                       Home Economics Education (490)
4240-41-42 Seminar in Agricultural Education (1, 1,          5311-12 Special Topics In Business Education (1,1)
1) Prereq : 4350 or consent of department head.                                                                        2240 Introduction to Teaching Vocational Home
                                                             5313-14-15 Practicum In Business Education (2, 2,         Economics (3) Introductory and exploratory experi-
4350-60 Student Teaching in Agricultural Educa-              2)                                                        ences concerned with a teaching career in vocational
tion (9-6) Offered in off campus centers. Application                                                                  home economics. Includes observation and participa-
must be filed not later than final quarter of junior year.   5320 Improvement of Instruction In Basic Business         tion within various educational and vocational settings.
Courses must be taken concurrently . Prereq : 3450,          Courses (3)
3460, 3470, consent of instructor. Undergraduate                                                                       3240 Strategies of Teaching Home Economics (4)
credit only . S/NC.                                          5330 Improvement of Instruction In Typewriting            Teaching strategies, methods, techniques, and use of
                                                             and Clerical Programs (3)                                 media . Field experience included . Prereq : 2240.
GRADUATE                                                                                                               4240 Curriculum Development in Vocational Home
                                                             5340 Improvement of Instruction In Short-
                                                             hand/Secretarial Subjects (3)                              Economics (4) Planning of curriculum and design of
5210 Supervision of Student Teaching In Agricul-                                                                       instruction for the classroom. Prereq: 2240, 3240 . To
tural Education (3)                                                                                                    be scheduled one of the two quarters immediately
                                                             5350 Improvement of Instruction In Accounting
5220 Teaching Agricultural Mechanization In Voca-            and Data Processing Programs (3)                          preceding student teaching.
tional Agriculture (3)                                                                                                 4310 Student Teaching (6) Underlying philosophy,
                                                             5360 Improvement of Instruction In Business Com-
                                                             munications and Word Processing (3)                       techniques, and materials : relation to school program
5230-31-32 Special Problems in Agricultural Edu-                                                                       and community . S/NC.
cation (3, 3, 3)
                                                             5380-85 Problems and Projects in Business Educa-
                                                             tion (3, 3)                                               4400 Teaching In Community-Based Home Eco-
5240 Current Literature and Agricultural Education                                                                     nomics Programs (4) Planning and implementing
(1-3)                                                        5390 Problems in Business Education (1-9)                 community-based home economics education pro-
                                                                                                                       grams-methods, curriculum, delivery systems, evalua-
5250-51 Agricultural Education In Off-Farm Agri-             6300-10-20 Current Issues In Business Education           tion . Includes a field experience. Senior standing re-
cultural Occupation (3, 3)                                   (3, 3, 3)                                                 quired.
5260 Agricultural Education for First-Year Teach-            6330-40 Advanced Studies In Business Education            4500 Field Experience In Home Economics Com-
ers (3)                                                      (3, 3)                                                    munity-Based Programs (6) Supervised field experi-
                                                                                                                       ence in appropriate related community-based pro-
5270 Adult Education in Agriculture (3)                      6350 Advanced Studies in Business Education (3)           grams . Includes seminar. S/NC.

5290 Supervised Occupational Experience In Agri-             6360 Higher Education for Business (3)                    4509 Field Experience In Home Economics Related
culture (3)                                                                                                            Occupations (4) Supervised field experience and
                                                                                                                       seminar in teaching of occupations which utilize home
                                                             Distributive Education (273)                              economics skills and knowledge . Prereq: Consent of
Business Education (207)                                                                                               instructor . S/NC . May be repeated.
                                                             4410 Student Teaching in Distributive Education
4300 Principles of Business Education (3) Historical         (9) Full-time, supervised experience in classroom
background and present status ; principles of voca-                                                                    4610 Student Teaching (9) Open to seniors or gradu-
                                                             teaching, coordination, club work, and adult education.   ate students who have successfully completed one
tional education applied to business education; guid-        Prereq : 4460, 4470 ; Ed. C&l 3010-20 or 30 or VTE        year's study at The University of Tennessee . Off-
ance activities of business teachers.                        4300 ; Educ. Psych . 3810 ; 4140 or equivalent . Un-      campus teaching centers (minimum of eight weeks).
                                                             dergraduate credit only . S/NC.                           Prereq: 2240, 3240, 4240 ; coreq: 4310 . S/NC.
4310 Pre-Student Teaching Seminar (1) Orients
student teachers to the off-campus centers and the           4420 School and Community Relationships for the           4718-28-38 Honors : Home Economics Education
student teaching program ; describes the objectives          Teacher Coordinator (6) Content dependent upon            (3, 3, 3) For juniors and seniors showing special ability
and policies of the student teaching program, meets          teaching assignment; human relations evolving from        and interest in home economics education . Prereq:
special needs of student teachers ; and raises aware-        school, parent, business, and other community con-        Consent of department head.
ness of professional liability . The pre-student teaching    tacts. Must be taken with 4410 . Undergraduate credit
seminars must be completed the quarter immediately           only . S/NC.                                              GRADUATE
preceding student teaching . Fall quarter student
teachers complete pre-student teaching seminars              4430-31-32 Problems in Distributive Education (1-         5510 Organization of the Homemaking Curriculum
spring quarter . Prereq: full admission to the Teacher       3, 1-3, 1-3) Selected research problems in teaching       in Secondary Schools (3)
126 College of Education


5515 Evaluation in Home Economics Education (3)            3080-81 Machining of Metals (3, 3) Introduction to              tronics in industrial and control circuitry. Emphasis is
                                                           machine shop theory and practice in using basic                  placed on circuit analysis, trouble-shooting, and syn-
5530-31-32 Problems in Home Economics Educa-               machine tools . Undergraduate credit only.                      thesis of systems, including microprocessor applica-
tion (1-3, 1-3, 1-3)                                                                                                       tions. Prereq : 3630.
                                                           3612 Automotive Mechanics (3) Advanced laborato-
5540 Curriculum Development and Implementation             ry experience in tune-up, overhaul, transmission, and           4660 Vocational Technical Laboratory Equipment
in Family Relationships Instruction (3)                    the suspension system . Prereq: 1610.                           Maintenance (3) Understanding of preventive mainte-
                                                                                                                           nance, maintenance, and calibration of instruments
5545 Wage Earning Programs in Home Economics               3620 Architectural Graphics (3) Introduction to fun-            and power equipment used in industrial education
(3)                                                        damentals of graphic representation and residential             shops.
                                                           architecture . Light construction principles are stressed
5550 Advanced Methods of Teaching Homemaking               and working drawings for a residential building are             4662 Construction Processes (3) Construction pro-
Classes to Adults (3)                                      developed . Prereq : 1620.                                      cesses of industry and their relationship to, careers.
                                                                                                                           Prereq: 3662.
5555 Supervision of Home Economics In the Public           3630 Digital Electronics Technology (3) Basic prin-
Schools (3)                                                ciples and application of digital electronics . Prereq:         4670 Manufacturing Processes (3) The manufactur-
                                                           2630 or permission of instructor.                               ing processes of industry and their relationship to
5570-75 Seminar in Home Economics Education (3,                                                                            careers. Prereq : 2621, 2641, 2660, 3651, or consent of
3)                                                         3640 Advanced General Metals (3) Provides experi-               instructor.
                                                           ences in areas of hot and cold forming of metals,
5580 The Teaching of Home Economics in College             molding and metal finishing, tool grinding, heat treat-         4671 Materials and Processes (3) Organic and inor-
(3)                                                        ment, fabrication, and precision measurement . Prereq:          ganic materials and processes used to produce fin-
                                                           2641.                                                           ished products . Content, curriculum, and techniques of
5581 The Problem Method of Teaching Home Eco-                                                                              laboratory operation . Prereq: Consent of instructor.
nomics (3)                                                 3650 Welding, Brazing, Cutting, and Related Pro-
                                                           cesses (3) Various types of welding equipment and               4682 Power and Energy (3) Development, control,
5582 Furthering Good Human Relationships In the            fundamental techniques of welding . Undergraduate               transmission, conversion, interrelationship of power
Classroom (3)                                              credit only.                                                    sources ; content, curriculum, and techniques of labo-
                                                                                                                           ratory operation . Prereq: Consent of instructor.
Industrial Education                                       3651 Plastic Processing (3) Plastics production
                                                           equipment and related product design and processing             4690 Visual Communications in Industrial Arts (3)
1610 Engine Analysis (3) Designed to give experi-          of plastics . Prereq: 2652 and 1661.                            Methods of developing and transmitting ideas and
mental laboratory experience in automotive technolo-                                                                       information as related to industry and society . Content,
gy . Engine tune-up and engine overhaul techniques         3662 Construction Methods and Materials (3)                     curriculum, and techniques of laboratory operation.
and procedures are studied and practiced.                  Materials, methods, and equipment used in residential            Prereq : Consent of instructor.
                                                           construction, including location and evacuation, found-
1620 Graphic Communications (3) Drafting as a              ry, framing, roofs, interior and exterior finishes, installa-   4691 Course Construction in Industrial Arts (3)
means of communication in technology . Orthographic        tion, and acceptable practices in assembly . Prereq:            Advanced work in the selection and arrangement of
and multi-view drawing, conventional practices, pictori-   1661.                                                           course content . Emphasis upon instructional objec-
al techniques, and applications of photography.                                                                            tives, project selection and informational assignments
                                                           3672 Graphic Arts Reproduction Processes (3)                    and evaluation . Prereq : Consent of instructor.
1630 Basic and Applied Electricity (3) Operation and       Graphic arts skills in printing and duplicating tech-
characteristics of electrical systems and devices . Con-   niques and other modes of graphic communication.                4801-02-03 Tools and Machine Design (3, 3, 3) Tool
struction of demonstration apparatus and various elec-                                                                     and machine design, calculations, design systems,
trical projects involving function of different types of   3692 Photographic Processes for Planographic                    and designing procedures. Undergraduate credit only.
circuits.                                                  Printing in Industrial Arts (3) Principles of basic
                                                           photography for industrial arts teachers . Includes theo-
                                                           ry and practice in SLR work, camera copy preparation,            4810 Directed Teaching (9) Guided observation and
 1640 General Metals (3) An introductory course deal-                                                                      teaching in trade, industrial, and/or technical pro-
ing with processes, equipment, materials, products,        line photography, halftone photography, layout, strip-          grams in secondary, area, adult, post secondary, and
and organization of metal-working industries . Involves    ping, platemaking, and offset presswork . Prereq : 3672.
                                                                                                                           junior college industrial vocational and technical cur-
processes in basic machining, foundry, sheetmetal,                                                                          ricula. Undergraduate credit only . S/NC.
forging, heat treatment, arc and gass welding, fabrica-    3810 Related Science, Mathematics, and Technol-
tion and the use and care of common metalworking           ogy in Occupations (15) Prior department approval               4811 Directed Teaching (6) Observation of all types
tools.                                                     for registration . Applicants must show evidence of
                                                           bonafide occupational experience compatible with                of trade and industrial classes; preparation of lesson
                                                           State Plan requirements . Occupational experience               plans and supervised teaching in at least two types.
1642 Welding and Cutting Practices (3) Prereq:
1640.                                                      must be in a recognized trade area . S/NC.                      Prereq : Senior standing in industrial education . Prereq.
                                                                                                                           or coreq : 4210 . 1 hour and 5 periods. Undergraduate
1661 Genera) Woodworking (3) Basic course dealing          3811 Manipulative Skills in Occupations (15) Prior              credit only . S/NC.
with processes, tools, equipment, products, organiza-      department approval for registration. Applicants must
                                                                                                                            4815 Industrial Training & Supervision (3) Principles
tion of woodworking industry . Stresses importance in      show evidence of bonafide occupational experience
safety and using hand tools and basic machinery.           compatible with State Plan requirements . Occupa-                and techniques of handling and understanding the
                                                           tional experience must be in a recognized trade area.            relationship between trainers, supervisors and employ-
2611 Power Mechanics (3) Includes various prime            S/NC.                                                           ees . Covering such topics as effective communication,
movers, methods of utilization, distribution and trans-                                                                    leadership traits, improving work methods, industrial
mission of power with internal combustion engines.         3812 Knowledge of Related Subjects in Occupa-                   safety and instructional skills for trainers and super-
Maintenance and repair of small engines is stressed.       tions and Personal Qualifications (15) Prior depart-            visors . Prereq: Senior standing.
                                                           ment approval for registration . Applicants must show
2620 Industrial Graphics (3) Auxiliary views, sec-         evidence of bonafide occupational experience com-               4820 Foremanship Training by the Conference
tions, conventional practices, fasteners, dimensioning,    patible with State Plan requirements . Occupational             Method (3)
working drawings, and machine drafting . Prereq: 1620.     experience must be in a recognized trade area . S/NC.
                                                                                                                           4830-31 Job Analysis (3, 3) Principles, practice, in-
2630 Fundamentals of Applied Electronics (3) Elec-         3820-21-22 Physical Testing Technology (3, 3, 3)                structional methods.
trical circuit analysis and introduction to semi-conduc-   Skills and techniques involved in radiography, metal-
tor and IC applications, including amplifiers, switching   lography, tensile and compression testing, and other            4840 Methods of Teaching Shop and Related Sub-
and timing circuits, and oscillators. Prereq : 1630.       destructive and non-destructive testing methods . Un-           jects (3) Undergraduate credit only.
                                                           dergraduate credit only.
2632 Electronics Technology (3) Basic principles                                                                           4850-51 Curriculum Building In Trade and Industri-
and application of electronics . Undergraduate credit      3830 History and Philosophy of Industrial Educa-                al Subjects (3, 3) Arranging course material in trade
only.                                                      tion (3)                                                        subjects, following up results of job analyses, prepar-
                                                                                                                           ing checking sheets and individual job sheets in both
2641 Machine Tool Processes (3) Introductory               3840-41-42 Part-time Programs in Cooperative In-                trade and related subjects . Prereq . or coreq : 4120.
course of the function, care, set-up, operation, and       dustrial Training (3, 3, 3) Principles of organization,
theory of basic machine tools . Prereq: 1640.              methods, and materials.                                         4860-61-62 Problems in Industrial Education (3, 3,
                                                                                                                           3)
2652 General Plastics (3) Characteristics of ther-         3850 Shop Organization and Management (3)
moplastics and thermal setting materials, methods of                                                                       4870 Numerical Control (3) Tooling, manual pro-
determination, and resin conversion to finished prod-      3860-61 Materials and Methods for Teachers of                   gramming, automatic programming, automatic pro-
uct.                                                       Shop and Related Subjects (3, 3)                                gramming language, and use of automatic pro-
                                                                                                                           grammer as a computer. Undergraduate credit only.
2660 Furniture and Cabinet Construction (3) Com-           3870 School Shop Safety (3)
prehensive study of cases and carcass construction                                                                         4880-81-82 Seminar in Industrial Education (3, 3, 3)
with emphasis placed upon furniture and built-ins.         4620 Special Topics In Drafting (3) Industrial prac-            Educational innovations, current events, problems,
Prereq : 1661.                                             tices in specialized areas of drafting selected for the         and other topics associated with the field of industrial
                                                           individual student. Prereq : 6 hours of drafting.               education.
2800-01-02 Basic Experiences In Trade and Indus-
trial Education (3,3,3) Methods and materials of in-       4630 Industrial Electronics and Digital Equipment               4885 Organization and Development of Vocational
struction . 3 periods .                                    Controls (3) Applications of digital and analog elec-           Industrial Clubs of America (VICA) (3) Designed to
                                                                                                                                      College of Education          127

give the industrial education teacher experiences and     coordinating instructor in conjunction with knowledge-       5830-31-32 Special Problems In Industrial Educa-
an understanding of the organization and operation of     able resource personnel.                                     tion (3, 3, 3)
VICA . Prereq: Undergraduate degree and 3 yr . teach-
ing experience when taken for graduate credit.            4896 Internship in Training and Supervision                  5840 Method of Research In Industrial Education
                                                          (6,9,15) Cooperative work experience as a trainer or         (3)
4890 New Developments In Industrial Education (3)         supervisor in an industry, business or health institution.
Developments, pressing problems and recent trends         Supervision of the experience is conducted by a              5850 Improving Teachers In Service (3)
in field of industrial education as presented by a        person in management and the university coordinator.
coordinating instructor in conjunction with knowledge-    Seminar required . Prereq : Senior standing and VTE          5860 Advisory Committees and Apprentice Train-
able resource personnel.                                  4815 . S/NC only.                                            ing (3)

4891 New Developments In Industrial Education (3)         GRADUATE                                                     5880 Advanced Methods of Teaching Skills and
Developments, pressing problems and recent trend in                                                                    Technical Information (3)
field of industrial education as presented by a coordi-   5030 Organization and Operation of Area Voca-
nating instructor in conjunction with knowledgeable       tional-Technical Schools (3)                                 5890-91-92 Seminar in Industrial Technical Educa-
resource personnel.                                                                                                    tion (3, 3, 3)
                                                          5055 Vocational School Administration and Man-
4895 New Developments in Industrial Education (3)         agement (3)                                                  5895 New Developments In Industrial Education (3)
Developments, pressing problems and recent trends
in field of industrial education as presented by a        5810-11-12 Administration and Supervision of In-
                                                          dustrial Education (3, 3, 3)
College of Engineering
Robert E . C . Weaver, Dean                        Although metallurgy was announced in the               The Engineering Experiment Station was
William A . Miller, Associate Dean                 catalog as early as 1888, the program was           established in 1922.
William K . Stair, Associate Dean                  dormant until it was revived in the Department         The college has ten major undergraduate
Andrew W. Spickard, Assistant Dean                 of Chemical Engineering shortly after 1940. A       curricula in which a student may specialize:
                                                   separate degree in metallurgical engineering        aerospace, chemical, civil, electrical, industrial,
                                                   was authorized in 1957 . Although the               mechanical, metallurgical, and nuclear
  The engineer applies mathematical and            rudiments of chemical engineering appeared          engineering ; engineering physics, and
scientific knowledge in planning economical        in the form of industrial chemistry shortly after   engineering science.
ways of providing materials and energy in           1900, a full chemical engineering program and         Agricultural engineering is based in the
forms that are useful to humankind . In today's    a department were not established until 1936.       College of Agriculture with facilities located on
technology-based society, everyone feels the        Industrial engineering was introduced in 1940,     the Agricultural Campus. The agricultural
effects of the engineer's plans and decisions.     was dropped for a time during the war years,        engineering curriculum is offered cooperatively
Hence, there is a continuing and urgent need       and was reinstated in 1947.                         by the College of Agriculture and the College
for engineering graduates who possess a               Nuclear engineering was established as a         of Engineering . Details of the curriculum may
thorough understanding of mathematical and         separate curriculum in 1957 in response to          be found in the College of Agriculture section
scientific principles, who can apply these         the rapidly increasing demand for engineers         of this catalog.
principles to the solution of practical            with a knowledge of nuclear phenomena.
problems, and who can view the solutions in        Engineering physics, a program operated             Facilities
their overall social perspective so that the       jointly with the physics department, first             The College of Engineering is housed in
actions that they recommend will be truly          appeared as an engineering curriculum around         Ferris, Estabrook, Perkins, Dougherty, and
beneficial . It is the purpose of the College of    1942 . Curricula in engineering mechanics and       Berry Halls, and in the Nuclear Engineering
                                                   aerospace engineering were added in 1963             building, all located on the southeastern end
Engineering to educate men and women to
                                                   and 1966, respectively, and a curriculum in         of the campus, and is the Alumni Memorial
the high levels of technical competence and
                                                   engineering science was added in 1967               Auditorium-Gymnasium.
social understanding that will enable them to
                                                      The first dean of the college, Professor            Ferris Hall . This building houses the offices,
fulfill their responsibilities as professional     Charles E . Ferris, was appointed in 1912 . Prior   classrooms, laboratories, and shops of the
engineers.                                         to that time the engineering programs were          electrical engineering department, and the
   Graduates of the B .S . curricula offered by    organized as a school, with a chairman of the       Water Resources Laboratory . There is also a
the college may enter directly a position in       faculty. Other former deans are Nathan W.           remote input/output terminal and computer
industry, government, or private practice, or      Dougherty, who served from 1940 to 1956,            graphics facility connected with The University
may pursue advanced study in graduate              Armour T . Granger, who served from 1956 to         of Tennessee Computing Center.
school . Their professional activities include      1965, Charles H . Weaver, who served from             Estabrook Hall . Some operations of the
research, development, design, operations           1965 to 1968, and Fred N . Peebles, who             Departments of Civil Engineering and
analysis, construction, production supervision,    served from 1968 to 1980.                            Engineering Science and Mechanics and of
and technical sales. Many practice their              The Cooperative Engineering Program was          the Engineering Experiment Station are
profession in Tennessee ; but engineering          established in 1926 . The University of             carried out in Estabrook Hall.
knows no geographical bounds, and                  Tennessee was one of the early pioneers in             Perkins Hall . This building houses the
graduates of the college serve throughout the      this valuable type of education, which              Departments of Civil Engineering, and
nation and in other countries as well.             originated at the University of Cincinnati in       Engineering Science and Mechanics, and the
   The college had its beginnings early in the      1905 . A Cooperative Engineering Scholarship       Office of the Dean of the College of
history of the University when surveying was       Program was formally established in 1957,            Engineering . The building contains
introduced into the curriculum in 1838 . In        with emphasis on participation by students of       laboratories, drafting rooms, faculty offices,
1877 civil engineering was first recognized as     superior ability . A conventional cooperative       and classrooms.
a curriculum . The first mechanical course         program, open essentially to all students in           Nuclear Engineering Building . This
appeared in about 1847 ; other mechanical          good standing in the college, was re-               building houses operations of the nuclear
courses followed, and in 1877 this body of         established in 1967, replacing the scholarship      engineering department and contains
studies was designated as mechanical               program.                                            laboratories and equipment for monitoring,
engineering . By 1877 mining had found a              The College, in cooperation with industrial      counting, and investigating various nuclear
place in the University, but it was later          sponsors, established the Minority Engineering      phenomena . It also houses subcritical
dropped . Electrical engineering appeared          Scholarship Program in 1973 . The program           reactors.
about 1896, when a Professor of Physics and        goal is to increase significally the number of         Nathan W. Dougherty Engineering
Electrical Engineering was appointed .             qualified black engineering graduates.              Building . This building, the most recent and



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    largest of the engineering buildings, houses        subsequent fall or winter . Students must be            is offered in eight major subjects : aerospace
    the Department of Chemical, Metallurgical,          attending the College of Engineering at the             engineering, chemical engineering, electrical
    and Polymer Engineering, and Mechanical and         time of application . Those in school fall              engineering, engineering science, mechanical
    Aerospace Engineering . In addition to              quarter who are undecided about co-op                   engineering, metallurgical engineering, nuclear
    classrooms and instructional laboratories, it       participation should nevertheless apply during          engineering, and polymer engineering . A
    provides modern facilities for various types of     the fall application period, and then request           Master of Engineering degree focusing on
    research.                                           that their applications be held until they are          engineering design professional practice is
      Alumni Memorial Auditorium-Gymnasium              ready to make a definite commitment, since              offered in aerospace, civil, electrical,
    A portion of this building houses offices,          fall applicants take priority over spring               environmental, industrial, mechanical, and
    classrooms, and laboratories of the                 applicants for all placements for which they            nuclear engineering. Information concerning
    Department of Industrial Engineering.               are qualified.                                          graduate programs is given in the Graduate
      Berry Hall . This building is used by the            In general, students begin their work                Catalog.
    Department of Civil Engineering and the             periods after completing their freshman
    Engineering Experiment Station for                  academic work and continue them until                   Graduate Program at the UT
    maintenance and research work.                      beginning their senior coursework.                      Space Institute
                                                        Exceptionally well qualified candidates may be            At The University of Tennessee Space
    Tau Beta Pi National Headquarters                   placed to begin their work experience after             Institute near Tullahoma, graduate-level
       The college is honored to have the National      two quarters of freshman courses . Applicants           courses are offered in engineering fields such
    Headquarters of Tau Beta Pi, the National           must be able to schedule a minimum of five              as aerospace, electrical, and mechanical
    Engineering Honor Society, housed on our            work periods alternating with academic                  engineering, and in mathematics and physics.
    campus . This honor was earned in part              quarters prior to beginning their senior year in        Current programs lead to the M .S . and Ph .D.
    through the untiring efforts of R .C . "Red"        order to qualify for co-op placement. With very         degrees . Many members of the faculty of the
    Matthews, who served as secretary-treasurer         few exceptions, transfer students must                  Space Institute are also members of the
    for the organization from 1905 to 1947 . The        complete a minimum of two academic                      faculty of the college at The University of
    suite of offices, located in Dougherty Hall, is     quarters in the College of Engineering at UTK           Tennessee, Knoxville . Information may be
    occupied by Mr. R . H . Nagel, secretary-           before beginning co-op participation.                   obtained from the REGISTRAR, THE
    treasurer, and his staff.                              Students in the Cooperative Engineering              UNIVERSITY OF TENNESSEE SPACE
                                                        Program are classified as follows in terms of           INSTITUTE, TULLAHOMA, TN 37388.
    Chi Epsilon National Headquarters                   quarter hours credit of completed courses:
                                                                                                                Engineering Experiment Station
                                                        Freshman                                      0-52 .9
      The college is also honored to have the                                                                   William K . Stair, Director
                                                        Sophomore                                  53-103 .9
    National Headquarters of Chi Epsilon, the           Junior                                    104-153 .9
    National Civil Engineering Honor Society,           Senior                                       154-up        The management of the Engineering
    located in Perkins Hall. Chi Epsilon was               Sample academic schedules for co-op                   Experiment Station is vested in the president
    founded in 1922. Dexter C . Jameson, Jr .,          students are shown elsewhere in this section.           of the University, the dean of engineering and
    associate professor of civil engineering,           A brochure with further details may be                  the director.
    serves as the first executive secretary of Chi      obtained from the Cooperative Engineering                  An advisory committee consisting of the
    Epsilon.                                            Program, University of Tennessee, Knoxville,             heads of the departments of the college and
                                                        Tennessee 37996-2350.                                   the heads of departments in allied scientific
    Cooperative Engineering Program                                                                             fields may assist in determining policy and
       The five-year Cooperative Engineering            Binary Program (Dual Degree)                            procedures . Members of the faculty of the
    Program is offered to students in the college          A binary program in engineering is available.        college are available for consultation and
    in order to provide a superior engineering                                                                  advice in technical matters.
                                                        The college has informal agreements with a
    education that affords the opportunity to                                                                      The station is organized to conduct
                                                        number of liberal arts colleges to conduct a
    combine significant experience in industry with                                                             research underlying engineering practice and
                                                        five-year program, three years of which will be         to aid in the development of the state's
    academic preparation.                               given at the liberal arts college and the last
       Cooperative work assignments differ from                                                                  resources and industries insofar as funds
                                                        two years at The University of Tennessee in
    part-time or summer employment in that they                                                                 available will permit . Inquiries from industries
                                                        engineering . At the end of the fifth year, or          concerning technical questions which interest
    involve regularly scheduled cycles of full-time     whenever all requirements at UTK have been              them are welcomed.
    academic quarters alternated with full-time         satisfied, the college will award a                        The station may also make special
    work quarters-usually six, a minimum of             baccalaureate degree in one of the branches             arrangements with any person or company to
    five-in career-related, planned assignments         of engineering.                                         study any technical question within the
    of progressive complexity and responsibility . In      Institutions which have previously                   capacity of its resources, and to report the
    exposing the student in this manner to the          cooperated with UTK in offering this Liberal            results to the company requesting the study.
    world of work, the college and the facilities of    Arts-Engineering 3-2 Binary Plan include:                In such cases, the whole expense will be
    industry join together to offer a broader and       Belmont College, Nashville, Tennessee                   carried by the parties requesting the
    richer preparation for postgraduate                 Bethel College, McKenzie, Tennessee                     investigation.
    employment and for life in general than can         Carson-Newman College, Jefferson City,                      Bulletins are published from time to time
    be provided by a conventional academic                 Tennessee
                                                        David Lipscomb College, Nashville,                      giving the results of various investigations.
    program alone . This experience in an                                                                        Upon request, unpublished results of current
                                                           Tennessee
    industrial and professional environment             East Tennessee State University, Johnson                studies are made available to interested
    contributes to the student's maturity,                 City Tennessee                                       parties.
    increases the scope of acquaintances and            King College, Bristol, Tennessee
    concepts, and enables the student to define         Knoxville College, Knoxville, Tennessee
    more clearly educational and career interests       Maryville College, Maryville, Tennessee
                                                        Middle Tennessee State University,
                                                                                                                Curricula in Engineering
    and objectives . Some of the experience                                                                     NATIONAL ACCREDITATION
                                                           Murfreesboro, Tennessee
    received is at a subprofessional level not          Southwestern University, Memphis,                         Since 1936 engineering programs at
    available to an engineer after graduation, yet         Tennessee                                            institutions of higher learning have been
    is of great significance in total education and     Tennessee Wesleyan College, Athens,                     accredited by an organization formed by many
    effectiveness.                                         Tennessee                                            engineering societies and now known as the
                                                        Union University, Jackson, Tennessee                    Accreditation Board for Engineering and
       Admission to the Cooperative Engineering
    Program is open to academically qualified              Questions about courses to be taken in               Technology (ABET) . Currently accredited
    freshman and sophomore students . A fall            preparation for transfer to UTK may be                  engineering curricula at UTK include
    application period conducted in early October       directed to the Dean of Engineering.                    aerospace, agricultural, chemical, civil,
    is the source of most candidates placed for                                                                 electrical, engineering science, industrial,
    the following spring and summer ; a late            Graduate Program                                        mechanical, metallurgical, and nuclear.
    application period is usually held in May for         Graduate programs leading to the degree of            COURSE LOAD
    students who failed to apply during the             Master of Science are offered in all areas of             The maximum number of hours which can
    previous fall and who hope for placement the        study, and the degree of Doctor of Philosophy           be taken by an undergraduate engineering
	


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    student without special permission is 19            are now working with new constraints that           prerequisites for upper-division courses in the
    hours . The dean of engineering or his              demand a consciousness of the social and            list. In such cases, students are encouraged
    designate must give permission to take 20           political implications of their work . They are     to consult the instructor in the particular
    hours or more.                                      interacting with the public in explaining their     course . With respect to student records
                                                        work as the public demands greater                  these lists are handled by means of a
    DROP DEADLINE
                                                         participation in the decision-making process       substitution sheet which originates with
       The drop deadline for all undergraduate
                                                         concerning the utilization of technology.          the adviser. Courses which are primarily skill
    courses administered by any department in
    the College of Engineering shall be the end of       Because of the significance of this                development courses, involve mathematics or
    the eighth calendar day of each quarter,             technology-society interaction, engineering        science, are intended for specialists in
    counted from the beginning day of classes.           students are encouraged to seriously consider      another field (such as education), or which are
    This coincides with the Campus add deadline.        their selection of required electives in this       very elementary in nature are usually not
    Any drop action after this date on the part of       area.                                              approved as humanities-social studies
    any student (regardless of major) is subject to         Students are urged to plan a non-technical      electives in an engineering curriculum.
                                                         electives program which will enhance their          ELECTIVE COURSES IN HUMANITIES AND
    late drop regulations.
                                                         own interests and objectives . It is recognized     SOCIAL STUDIES
     GENERAL REQUIREMENTS                                that, just as engineers show individual
     NOTE : Students are advised to consult the                                                             Area I . Human, Economic, and Political
                                                         preference for concentration in one of the
     University's degree requirements as stated                                                              Relationships to Engineering
                                                         areas of engineering, they differ in their
     In the front section of this catalog as well                                                            IA.     Governance and Political Science
                                                         interests in the many areas of the humanities
     as departmental requirements.                                                                                    Economics 3340
                                                         and social sciences. However, these subjects
        Inspection Trip . Each candidate for                                                                          Geography 3610
                                                         should be pursued with sufficient depth in
     graduation majoring in aerospace, mechanical,                                                                    History 3795, 4310-20-30, 4370,
                                                        terms of courses to permit a reasonable level
     chemical, or metallurgical engineering must                                                                      4380
                                                        of comprehension of the selected areas . In
     participate in inspection trips scheduled by the                                                                 Political Science 2510-20, 3545-46,
                                                        order to increase the effectiveness of this
     major department.                                                                                                3555, 3566, 3710-20, 3750-60, 3801-
                                                         interest and to meet ABET accreditation
        Transfer Credit . Every attempt will be                                                                       02-03-04, 3880, 4060, 4535-36,
                                                        guidelines, the Humanities and Social Studies
     made to give maximum credit for courses                                                                          4540-50, 4545-46, 4665-66
                                                        Committee of the college provides a list of
     taken elsewhere and transferred to the                                                                           Sociology 3030, 4530, 4560
                                                        approved courses in the form of 13 coherent
     college . Discussions concerning the                                                                    IB .     Economics
                                                        groups of courses identified in three broad
     evaluation of transfer credits should be           areas as follows:                                             Economics 2110-20-30, 3110-11-12,
     conducted with the head of the department          Area I . Human, Economic, and Political                       3120, 3210-11, 3220, 3240, 3310,
     (or his designate) into which the student          Relationships to Engineering                                  3410-20, 4110
     purposes to transfer following the evaluation      A.      Governance and Political Science                      Geography 2110-20-30, 3410
     of transfer credits by the Admissions Office.                                                           IC .     Sociology and Psychology
                                                         B.     Economics
        Program for Second B.S. Degree. Upon            C.      Sociology and Psychology                             ,Geography 3000, 3600, 3660
     approval by the Dean of Engineering and the         D.     Human Values                                          Psychology 2500, 3120, 3220, 4650-
     Committee on Degrees of a program of study         Area II . Society-Its Culture, History, and                   60, 4900,
     recommended by the major engineering                                                                             Rural Sociology 3420
                                                        Literature
     department, a student who already holds a          A.      Fine Arts                                             Sociology 1510-20, 3030, 3150,
     bachelor's degree may obtain the appropriate        B.     American Culture                                      3320, 3410, 3610, 3620, 4330, 4560
     first degree in engineering upon completion of     C.      History                                      ID .     Human Values
     a minimum of 45 quarter hours' credit . The         D.     Literature                                            Geography 3000
     prevailing University regulations shall apply       E.     Anthropology                                          History 3060-70-80, 3270
     (see page 33).                                     Area Ill . Technology and Society                             Philosophy 2310, 3111-21-31-41-51,
        Satisfactory/No Credit Courses . An             A.      Human Habitat                                         3440, 3690
     undergraduate engineering student may count         B.     Technology Assessment                                 Religious Studies 2610, 3550, 3600-
     towards a degree up to 12 quarter hours            C.      Communication                                         10-20, 3611, 3740
     obtained by Satisfactory/ No Credit (S/NC)         D.      Resources                                             Zoology 3410 (Bioethics)
     grading . Such courses must be used for                Courses in the list which follows are            Area II . Society-Its Culture, History, and
     humanistic-social (non-technical) elective         selected by the committee with revisions as          Literature
     credit in engineering. Certain engineering         course offerings and needs change. They are          IIA.     Fine Arts (Note : No more than 8
     courses carrying only S/NC grading do not          recommended as satisfying the non-technical                  quarter hours may be taken in the
     count in this limit.                               (humanities-social studies) electives                         performing arts-band, chorus, etc .)
        Correspondence Courses. A student               requirement in the various curricula of the                  Art 1815-25, 3715-16, 3725-26, 3750,
    should check with his or her major department       college . However, the structure and                          3765-66
    to see what restrictions there are, if any, on      permissible courses of the non-technical                      English 2660, 3411-12-20-30-40
    the use of correspondence course credit to          elective content of each engineering                          Music 1210-20-30, 1340, 2310-20-30-
    meet the minimum degree requirements.               curriculum are established by the respective                 40, 3350, 4210, 4230, 4241, 4261-71
        Humanities and Social Science Electives.        departments . Therefore, individual                          Philosophy 2410, 3910
    The college assumes an obligation to include        departments may delete courses from this list,               Theatre 3252-53-54
    in each of the engineering curricula a means        require certain courses, or require selection of     IIB .   Culture
    whereby students gain greater insight into          courses from specific subgroups . Students                   American Studies 3010
    their interaction with society, both personally     should consult their departments for any                     Anthropology 3410
    and professionally. For this purpose, a part of     restrictions.                                                Black Studies 2010-20, 3550-60,
    each engineering curriculum is devoted to               This course is intended to eliminate                     4830
    humanities and social science electives.            paperwork for the most commonly-chosen                       English 2640-50, 3310, 4721-31-41
    Broadly stated, these electives serve a three-      electives and to illustrate the kinds of suitable            French 2610-20
    fold need : to provide an expanded sensitivity      courses . The list is not exhaustive, and it is              Geography 3430, 3450, 3660, 3910-
    to the human aspects of the practice of             recognized that individual students may desire               20-30-40
    engineering; to enrich the student's                to take courses not on the approved list.                    History 1950-60, 2350, 3670, 3680,
    knowledge of the world in which he or she           Those students should discusss their interests               4290, 4640-50-60
    lives-its culture, behavior patterns, history,      and desires with their academic advisor prior                Italian 2610-20
    and governance ; and to provide a basis for         to registering for elective courses if such                  Music 1210-20-30, 1340, 2310-20-30-
    the appreciation of and the ability to deal with    courses are to be used to satisfy degree                     40, 3350
    complex interactions between technology and         requirements. Also the catalog may state                     Philosophy 1510-20, 3311-12, 3720
    society in the contemporary world. Engineers
	



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             Political Science 3801-02-03-04            Very few ROTC courses can be used as a             2Technical electives 	                             3 - 6
             Religious Studies 3510-20, 3560            humanities-social studies elective. Individual      Humanities/social studies electives 	             -
             Spanish 2610-20                                                                               Industrial Engr. 4520	                             -    3
                                                        departments determine the appropriate
             Theatre 3262-63                            substitutions.                                                                             TOTAL : 203 hours
      IIC .  History                                      Approval of Electives and Substitutions.
             Art 3735-36, 3745-46                       Not later than the beginning of the third          ' •Humanities/social studies electives : minimum of 18 hours
                                                                                                           required.
             Geography 4240                             quarter prior to anticipated graduation, each      2Technical electives; upper-division courses in engineering,
             History 2510-20, 2511-21, 2515-25,         student shall discuss with an advisor the          mathematics, or physical science as approved by the
             3140-50-60, 3311-21, 3411-12-13,                                                              department.
                                                        status of the program of study . Any necessary
             3421-22-23, 3431-32-33, 3610-20,           additions to or substitutions in the program, or
             3630-40-50,3751-52,3760-70-80-90,                                                             Agricultural Engineering
                                                        electives requiring special approval, shall be
             3810-20-30, 3870-80-90, 4120-30,           cleared in written form at that time, and it is                                          Hours Credit
             4250-60-70, 4280, 4380                                                                         Freshman                                I II III
                                                        each student's responsibility to see that all      Agricultural Engineering 1130	          3 -
             Religious Studies 2611, 3121-31            necessary approvals are secured . Inattention      Agriculture 1130-40	-           4       4
     IID .   Literature                                                                                     Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	          4 4 4
                                                       to such matters may delay graduation.
             Classics 2710-20, 3210-20-30                                                                   Basic Engineering 1410	                - - 2
             Comparative Literature 2010               CURRICULA, TABULAR VIEW                              'English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 ; 1033	   3 3 3
                                                          Following are the course requirements for        Graphics 1410-20	3                    3
             English 2510-20-30-40, 2560-70-80,                                                             1 .2Mathematics 1840-50-60	
                                                       the various engineering curricula. The                                                      4 4 4
             1690, 3010-20-30, 3070-80, 3160-70,                                                           Sophomore
             3940, 4010-20, 4050-60-70, 4310-20-       numbers in the columns indicate the number          Biology 1210 or 1220 or 1230	           4 -
             30-40, 4610-20-30, 4651-52                of quarter hours of credit for each course.         1 Chemistry 1110-20-30	                 4 4 4
             German 3110-20-30                         Columns represent the three principal quarters      Engineering Science and Mechanics
                                                                                                           3311	                                             - 4
             Psychology 4880                           of the academic year-fall, winter, and spring.      Engineering Science and Mechanics
             Religious Studies 3710-11                 This is not a schedule, and courses are             3700	                                             - -          4
             Russian 3610-20-30                        available in quarters other than those              English or communications elective	               - 3
                                                                                                           *Mathematics 2840-50-60	                          4 4 4
    IIE .    Anthropology                              indicated here . This listing is a guide, not a     *Physics 2310-20-30	                              3 3 3
            Anthropology 2510-20-30, 3410,             rigid schedule . Individual course prerequisites    Junior
             3450, 3710, 4420                          should be strictly adhered to, even if courses      Agricultural Engineering 3100	                    1 -
            Asian Studies 2510-20                      are not taken in the quarters indicated.            Agricultural Engineering 3610-20-30	              4 4 4
                                                                                                           Electrical Engineering 3110-20 or 2010-
            Geography 1910, 3660                       Although the requirements for each degree           20	                                               3 3
             History 1950-60, 3740, 4250-60-70,        can be completed in four academic years (five       Engineering Science and Mechanics
            4640-50-60, 4670                           for the cooperative program), the quality of        3110	                                             - 3
    Area III . Technology and Society                  the learning experience is much more                Engineering Science and Mechanics
    IIIA . Human Habitat                                                                                   3120 or 3320	                                     - -          3
                                                       important than the speed with which the             Engineering Science and Mechanics
             Economics 3230                            curricula is completed.                             3510 or Civil Engineering 3710	                   - - 3
            Geography 3520-30, 3600, 3910,                Humanities-social studies electives are the      Computer Science 3150	                            - - 3
            4075                                                                                           Mechanical Engineering 3311	                      3 -
                                                       same as non-technical electives in these
            Political Science 4940                                                                         Mechanical Engineering 3540	                      - 3
                                                       tabulations . Questions about individual            Speech 2311 or 2361	                              - 4
            Psychology 4900                            courses should be directed to the department        Plant and Soil Science 2130	                      4 -
            Sociology 1510-20, 3130, 3410-20,          responsible for the course; questions about a       3 RNHumanities-social studies elective 	          - - 3
            3610, 4030, 4110, 4330                                                                         Senior
                                                       particular curricula should be directed to the      Economics 2110	                                   - 3
    IIIB . Technology Assessment                       major department.                                   Agricultural Engineering 3640	                    4 -
            Geography 4075                                                                                 4Agricultural Engineering elective group	         3 - 3
            Philosophy 3720, 4710                                                                          Agricultural Engineering 4120	                    - 1
                                                       Aerospace Engineering                               Agricultural Engineering 4130	                    - -  1
            Psychology 4900
            Rural Sociology 4450                                                            Hours Credit   Electrical Engineering 3130 or 3155 or
                                                       Freshman                                I Il 111    2030	                                             3 -
            Sociology 3610, 4330                                                                           3 Humanities-social studies electives 	           4 4 7
                                                       Math 1840-50-60	                       4 4 4
            University Studies 2010, 4100                                                                  5 Technical electives	                            - 3 3
                                                       Chemistry 1110-20-30	                  4 4 4        Electives	
    IIIC. Communication                                English 1010-20-33	                    3 3 3                                                          4 4 4
            Journalism 3110, 3710-20, 4410             Graphics 1410-20	3                    3                                                     TOTAL: 199 hours
            Philosophy 2510-20                         Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	          4 4 4
    DID. Resources                                     Basic Engineering 1410	                - - 2        'Or equivalent honors course.
                                                       Sophomore                                           2 1f Mathematics ACT is less than 28, take Mathematics 1700
            Economics 4260                             Aero. Engr. 2040	                      1 -          prior to 1840 (see advisor for alternate course schedule).
            Geography 2110-20-30, 3490                 Math 2840-50-60	                       4 4 4        Credit toward graduation will not be granted for Mathematics
            University Studies 2010, 4110              Physics 2310-20-30	                    3 3 3         1700.
        American History Requirement.                  Eng . Science & Mech. 3311, 3700	      - 4 4        3Humanities-social studies electives from such areas as
                                                       Met. Engr. 2110	                       - 3          history, economics, government, literature, sociology,
    Engineering students, regardless of national                                                           psychology, or fine arts (not more than three areas).
    origin, must fulfill the American history          Computer Science 3150	                 - - 3        *Agricultural Engineering elective group : any two of
                                                       'Humanities/social studies electives	               Agricultural Engineering 4610, 4620, 4630, 4640.
    requirement described on page 26 of this
                                                                                                            The selection of technical electives must have approval of
    catalog . Those students who have not had the                                                          student's advisor prior to registration in the course.
                                                           Before entering the third quarter of the
    required year of American history in high
                                                       junior year, the student, with the aid and
    school may choose the required nine quarter
                                                       approval of his or her adviser, must select a       Biomedical Engineering
    hours from History 2510, 2520, 2511, and                                                               Available in Engineering Science Degree
    2521, or other courses deemed suitable by           program of technical electives.
                                                       Junior                                              Program.
    the Department of History. These hours can                                                                                                     Hours Credit
                                                       Aero. Engr. 3040	                         -  1
    be counted as part of the required block of        Aero. Engr: 3511	                         - - 4     Freshman                                   I II III
    humanities and social science electives.           Aero. Engr. 3610-20	                      3 3       Mathematics 1840-50-60	                   4 4 4
        Technical Electives. Technical electives       Aero. Engr . 3630-40	                     - 3 3     Chemistry 1110-20-30	                     4 4 4
                                                       Elec . Engr . 3110-20-30	                 3 3 3     English 1010-11-20-33	                    3 3 3
    are to be selected with the advice and                                                                 Graphics 1410 -20	3                     3
    approval of the student's major department. In     Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3320	               3 -
                                                       Mech . Engr. 3311, 3321-30	               3 2 3     Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	             4 4 4
    some of the curricula tabulation a choice of                                                           Basic Engineering 1410	                   - - 2
                                                       Mech . Engr. 3410	                        - 3       Sophomore
    such electives is indicated, and regulations in    Mech . Engr. 3440, 4420	                  - 3 3     Mathematics 2840-50-60	                   4 4 4
    regard to their selection are stated.              Mech . Engr. 3910	                        3 -       Physics 2310-20-30	                       3 3 3
        The Voluntary ROTC Program.                     1 Humanities/social studies electives 	     -      'Biology 1210-20 ; 3120	                  4 4 4
    Engineering students may participate in the        Senior                                              Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3311, 3700, 3110	   4 4 3
    ROTC Program . Advanced ROTC courses               Aero . Engr . 4210-50-60	                 3 3 3     Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3410	               4 -
                                                       Aero. Engr . 4220, 4510, 4230	            3 3 3     2 Humanities/social studies electives 	   - - 4
    (3000 and 4000 series) may be counted as           Aero. Engr . 4471-91	                     3 3       Junior
    technical elective credit toward an engineering    Aero . Engr . 4310-20	                    1 1       'Chemistry 3211-21-31 ; 3219-29-39	       4 4 4
    degree up to a total of nine (9) quarter hours .   Mech . Engr. 4510	                        4 -       Met . Engr. 2110	                         3 -
	



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    Elec. Engr . 3110-20	                              3 3            Math 2840-50-60                                  4 4         4   2Elec . Engr . 4020	                               3    -
    Engr. Sci . and Mech . 3320 or 3120;                                Non-tech . electives                           - -         4   2Elec . Engr . 4810	                                    3
    3010	                                              3 -  1         Physics 2310-20                                  3 -         3   Economics 2110	                                                3
    Mech . Engr. 3311 ; 3440 or 3540	                  - 3 3          Geology 2610                                     3 -             Humanities/social studies electives	               4    4      4
    Computer Science 3150	                             - - 3            cono cs 2110 	                                 - -         3
    Industrial Engr. 4520	                             - -  3'        Junior                                                                                              TOTAL :        203 hours
    Mathematics elective	                              - 3            Civil Engr . 3310, 3315, 4220	                   3 3 3           Plasma and Electro-Optics
    Engr. Science Electives (including BMD                            Civil Engr . 3320, 4430, 4800	                   1 3 3           Engineering
    electives)	                                        - 3 6          Civil Engr . 3600, 3610	                         3 3             3 Elec. Engr. 4460, 4470, 4480	                    3 3 3
    Senior                                                            Civil Engr . 3710, 4110, 4410	                   3 3 3           3 Elec. Engr. 4020, 4490, 4500	                    3 3 3
    Engr. Science & Mech. 4810, 4620	                  4 4            Computer Science 3150	                           - - 3           Elec . engr . tech . electives	                    3 - 3
    Engr. Science & Mech. 4710, 4010	                  3 4            Elec . Engr. 3110	                               - - 3           Economics 2110	                                    - 3
    3Engr . Sci. electives (including bio. med.                       Envr. Engr . 3120, 3330	                         3 3             Elec . engr . tech . electives	                    3 3
    engr. electives)	                                                                                                  - 3 3           Tech . elective	                                   - - 3
                                                       - - 3          Envr. Engr. 4520, 4510	
    +Technical electives	                              - 3 3          2 Mech . Engr . 3520	                            3 -             Humanities/social studies electives	               4 4 4
    2Humanities/social studies electives	              8 4 8          Senior
                                                                      Civil Engr . 4320, 4330	                         - 1  1                                             TOTAL:         203 hours
                                             TOTAL : 198 hours        3 Math/science elective	                         - 3 -           Systems and Networks
                                                                      'Non-tech . electives	                           8 4 7           Elec . Engr . 4810	                                3 -
     'Required for pre-medical, pre-dental, and pre-veterinary        +Technical electives	                            9 9 9           Elec . Engr . 4370	                                - 3
     medicine programs .Students in other biomedical engineering                                                                       Elec . Engr . 4350	                                            3
     options should consult their adviser to replace this series by                                          TOTAL: 207 hours          Elec . engr. tech . electives	                     3 3         3
     Chemistry 2230 and technical electives.                                                                                           Economics 2110	                                                3
     2Humanities/social studies courses approved by the               'Humanities/social science courses approved in advance by        Humanities/social studies electives	               4 4         4
     department.                                                      the department.
     3Appropriate courses in the College of Engineering approved      Mechanical Engineering 3311 may be substituted.                                                          TOTAL: 203 hours
     by the department.                                               3Math/science courses approved by the department, or I .E.       Computer Engineering
     .Upper-division courses in mathematics, computer science,        4520.                                                            2 Elec . Engr . 4600	                              3
     statistics, natural science, or engineering approved by the      +Technical electives must be approved by the student's           2Elec . Engr . 4740	                               -   3
     department .Zoology 3050 or 3080 recommended for premed.         adviser and the primary and one of the two secondary areas       Elec . Engr . 4700	                                -   -       3
                                                                      of study must come from the departmental list of approved        Elec . Engr . 4610	                                3   -
     Chemical Engineering                                             courses for 15 credits and 6 credits respectively.               Elec . Engr . 4630	                                -   3
                                                                                                                                       Elec . Engr . 4620	                                -   -    3
                                                    Hours Credit                                                                       2 Elec . Engr . 4800	                              3   -
      Freshman                                          I ll III
                                                                      Electrical Engineering                                           2Elec . Engr . 4820	                               -   3
      Math 1840-50-60	                                 4    4   4                                              Hours Credit            2Elec . Engr . 4830	                               -   -    3
     Chemistry 1110-20.30	                             4    4   4     Freshman                                    I 11 111             2Elec . Engr . 4850 or 4750	                       3   -
      English 1010 -20-30	                             3    3   3     Math 1840 . 50-60	                         4 4 4                 Economics 2110	                                    -   3
      Graphics 1410-20	                                3    -   3     Chemistry 1110 -20-30	                     4 4 4                 Elec . Engr . 4100	                     :	         -   -    3
      Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	                    4    4   4     English 1010-20-33	                        3 3 3                 Non-tech. electives	                               4   4    4
      Basic Engineering 1410	                          -    2         Graphics 1410-20	                          - 3 3
      Sophomore                                                       Basic Engineering 1310-30-20	              4 4 4                                                         TOTAL: 203 hours
      Chemet. Engr . 2010-20-30	                       4 4 4          Basic Engineering 1410 	                   2 -                   Electronics and Instrumentation
      Chemet. Engr . 2011	             :	              0 -            Sophomore                                                        Elec . Engr . 4680-90, 4600	                       3 3 3
      Chem . Engr. 3410	                               - - 4          Math 2840-50-60	                           4 4 4                 Elec . Engr. 4370	                                 3 -
      Chemistry 2140-49	                               4 -            Physics 2310-20-30	                        3 3 3                 Elec . Engr. 4700	                                 - 3
      Math 2840-50-60	                                 4 4 4          Elec . Engr . 2010-20-30	                  3 3 3                 2Elec . Engr . 4100	                               - - 3
      Engr. Science & Mech . 2720	                     - 3            Met . Engr . 2110	                         3 -                   2Elec . Engr . 4800	                               3 -
       'Humanities/social studies electives	           4 4            Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3710 or Met. Engr.                         Elec . Engr . 4740	                                - 3
       Physics 2310-20	                                - 3 3          3130	                                      - - 3                 2Elec . Engr . 4610	                               - -  3
      Junior                                                          Humanities/social studies electives	       4 4 4                 Economics 2110	                                    3 -
      Chem. Engr . 3420-40	                            4 - 3          Engr . Sci. & Mech . 2720	                 - 3                   2Elec . Engr . 4850	                               - 3
      2Chem . Engr. 3010	                              - - 1          Junior                                                           2Elec . Engr . 4350	                               - - 3
      Chem. Engr . 4110, 3610	                         - 3 3          Elec . Engr. 3810-20-30	                   3 3 3                 Non-technical electives	                           4 4 4
      Chem. Engr . 3040, 3050	                         4 4            Elec . Engr. 3040-50-60	                   3 3 3
      Chemistry 3211-19, 3221-29	                      4 4            Elec . Engr. 3010, 3720, 3100	             3 3 3                                                    TOTAL: 203 hours
      Math 3150	                                       3 -            Elec . Engr. 3190, 3180	                   3 3                   Bioelectrlc Option
    - Elec . Engr. 3110 and either 3120 or                            Mach Engr. 3520-30-40	                     3 3 3                 Biology 1210-20-30	                        4 4 4
      3130	                                            - 3 3          Elec . Engr. 3080-90	                      3 3 3                 Chemistry 2230	                            4 -
      Met . Engr. 3150	                                - - 3          'Math 3150	                                3 -                   Elec . Engr . 4660	                        - 3
      'Humanities/social studies electives 	           - 4 4                                                                           Zoology 3080-3089	                         - - 5
                                                                         During the third quarter of the junior year                   Elec . Engr . 4850	                        3 -
      Senior
      Chem . Engr . 3620, 4220	                        3 - 3          the student, in consultation with the adviser,                   2Elec . Engr . 4600	                       - 3
      Chem . Engr . 4410-20	                           - 3 3          should choose one of the following areas of                      2Elec . Engr . 4800	                       - - 3
      Chem . Engr. 3450, 4530	                         3 3            interest . Courses marked with footnote 1 may                    ' Elec . Engr . 4370	                      3 -
      Chemet . Engr. 4310:-20	                         1 1                                                                             'Elec . Engr . 4820	                       - 3
                                                                      be replaced by other courses approved by the
      Met . Engr . 3520	                               - 3                                                                             Humanities/social studies electives	       4 4 4
                                                                      student's area adviser.
      Chemistry 3430, 4110	                            3 - 3
      Major electives	                                    3 3            Notice that any given senior course is                                                                TOTAL: 206 hours
     Technical electives	                              3 - 3          offered only once every third quarter including
      'Humanities/Social Studies electives	            4 - 4          the summer quarter.                                              'Students entering the Computer Engineering Senior Year
                                                                                                                                       Option must successfully complete Computer Science 3150
                                                                      SENIOR YEAR-AREAS OF INTEREST                                    rather than Math 3150.
                                             TOTAL : 201 hours                                                                         2Course will usually be required; however, a student's major
                                                                      Electromagnetic Flelds and
                                                                      Communications                                                   advisor may substitute another 4000-level electrical
     'A minimum of one-half (12 quarter hours) of the                                                                                  engineering course without filing a substitution form.
     humanities/social studies electives must be taken from a         Elec . Engr. 4540	                      - - 3                    3A student must take any three of the first six courses (top
     single group under one of the three areas of the humanities      Elec . Engr. 4680-90	                   3 3                      two lines)-the remaining three of these first six may be any
     and social studies electives.                                    Elec . Engr. 4100	                      - - 3                    4000-level or higher course in electrical engineering.
     2Not required in the cooperative program.                        Elec . Engr. 4570	                      3 -
                                                                      Elec . Engr. 4080	                      - 3
                                                                      Elec . engr. electives	                 3 3 3                    Engineering Physics
    Civil Engineering                                                 Elec. engr. or math electives	       :	 3 3                                                                     Hours Credit
                                                    Hours Credit      Economics 2110	                         - - 3                    Freshman                                          1 11 111
    Freshman                                            I 11 111      Humanities/social studies electives	    4 4 4                    Mathematics 1840-50-60	                          4 4 4
    Math 1840-50-60	                                   4   4 4                                                                         English 1010-11-20-33	                           3 3 3
    English 1010 or 1011 ; 1020 ; 1033	                3   3  3                                              TOTAL : 203 hours         'Non-technical elective	                         - - 4
    Chemistry 1110 -20-30	                             4   4 4        Energy Conversion and Power                                      Chemistry 1110-20-30 	                           4 4 4
    Graphics 1410 -20	                                 3   3          Systems ,                                                        Graphics 1410-20	                                3 3
    Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	                      4   4 4        Elec . Engr. 4410-20-30	                         3   3 3         2Physics 1310-20-30	                             4 4 4
    Basic Engineering 1410	                            -   - 2        Elec . Engr. 4370	                               3   -           Sophomore
    Sophomore                                                         2 Elec. Engr . 4790	                             -   -  3        Mathematics 2840-50-60	                            4   4    4
    Civil Engr . 2260, 2360	                           4    - 3       2 Elec . Engr . 4610	                            3   -           'Non-technical electives	                          8   8    8
    Civil Engr . 2310	                                 -    1         Elec . Engr . 4780	                              -   3           Physics 2310-20-30	                                3   3    3
    Civil Engr . 3210	                                 -    3         2 Elec . Engr . 4690	                            -   3           3Engineering electives	                            3   3    3
    Engr. Sci. & Mech . 3311, 2720, 3110	              4    3 3       2 Nuclear Engr. 4610	                            -   - 3         Junior
	




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     Math electives	                                   3 3     3      Ind . Engr. 3430-40	                                  3    3            Chemet . Engr. 2010, 2020	                       - 4 4
    Physics 3210-20-30	                                3 3     3      Elec . Engr. 3110-20-30	                              3    3       3    Chemet. Engr. 2011	                              0 -
    Physics 4210-20	                                   - 3     3      Mech. Engr. 3520. 30	                                 3    3            Chem. Engr. 3410	                                - - 4
    4Physics lab electives	                            3 3     3      Accounting 2110, 2130	                                3    3            Chemistry 2140-49	                               4 -
     Electives	                                        3 3     3      Ind . Engr. 2320	                                          3            Math 2840-50-60	                                 4 4 4
    5Technical electives	                              3 -            Ind . Engr. 3510	                                                  3    Engr. Sci . & Mech. 2720	                        - 3
    Senior                                                            Ind . Engr. 3520	                                                  3    'Humanities/social studies electives 	           - 4
     Physics 4240 (or 4250) 	                          3   -          Met . Engr. 2110	                                                  3    Physics 2310 -20	                                3 3
    ePhysics 4110-20-30 	                              3   3   3      Ind. Engr. 4520	                                                       Junior
    7Physics electives	                                                                                                                  3
                                                       3   3   3      Economics 2110	                                                    3   Met. Engr . 3040-50-60	                           4 3
    5Technical electives	                              -   3   3     Senior                                                                  Met. Engr . 3210-20-30	                           4 3 4
    Electives	                                         3   3   3                                                                             Met. Engr . 3010	                                 - 1
    3 Engineering electives	                                          Humanities/social studies elective	                4
                                                       3   3   3      Ind . Engr . 4060, 4070	                           3                   Met. Engr . 3130	                                 - - 3
                                                                                                                                 3           Chem . Engr. 3420	                                4 -
                                                                      Ind . Engr . 4040	                                 3
                                            TOTAL: 199 hours                                                                                 Elec . Engr . 3110 and either 3120 or
                                                                     Ind . Engr . 4870	                                  3                   3130	
                                                                     Technical electives	                                                                                                      - 3 3
    , To be taken from College of Liberal Arts triads of Language,                                                       3       3           Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3311	                       - 4
    Literature, and Arts, or History and Society, with at least 16   Ind . Engr . 4200	                                          4           Math 3150	                                        3 -
    hours from courses approved for Language, Literature, and        Ind . Engr . 4590	                                          3           3 Humanities/social studies electives	            - 4 4
    Arts.                                                            Ind . Engr. 4600, 4610	                                     3   3       Senior
    2The honors sequence (Physics 1318 .28-38) is recommended        Ind . engr . electives	                                         6       Met . Engr. 4240-50	                             3 -      3
    for qualified majors.                                            Ind . Engr. 4840	                                               3       Met . Engr. 4510	                                4 -
    3 To be taken in College of Engineering.                         Ind . Engr. 4310	                                               1       Met . Engr. 4730-40	                             4 4
    4 From Physics 3510-20-30, 3610-20-30, 4510-20-30, 4540-50.      Civil Engr . 4230	                                              3       Met . Engr. 4760	                                - 3
    'From engineering, mathematics, computer science, physics,                                                                               Met . Engr. 3150	                                - -       3
    chemistry, or astronomy.                                                                                  TOTAL : 206 hours              Chem . Engr . 4110	                              - 3
    e Students not pursuing graduate studies may substitute
    Physics 3710-2030.                                                                                                                       Chemet. Engr . 4310-20	                          1 -      1
                                                                                                                                             Technical electives	                             - 3      3
    2 From Physics 3250, 3710-20-30, 4040, 4110-20-30-40, 4160,      Mechanical Engineering                                                  'Humanities/social studies electives 	           4 4      4
    4230-40-50, 4510-20-30-40-50, 4610-20-30, 4710-20-30,
    Astronomy 4110-20-30.                                              Freshman                                   I ll 111                   Chemistry 4110 	                                 3 -
                                                                       Math 1840-50-60	                         4 4     4
                                                                      Chemistry 1110-20-30 	                                                                                         TOTAL : 199 hours
    Engineering Science                                                                                         4 4     4
                                                                       English 1010-11-20-33	                   3 3     3
                                            Hours Credit              Graphics 1410-20	                        3 3                           'A minimum of one-half (12 quarter hours) of the humanities/
     Freshman                                  I 11 Ill                Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	           4 4 4                         social studies electives must be taken from a single group
     Mathematics 1840-50-60	                  4 4 4                                                                                          under one of the three areas.
                                                                       Basic Engineering 1410 	                 - - 2                        2Nol required in the cooperative program.
     Chemistry 1110-20-30 	                   4 4 4                   Sophomore
     English 1010-11-20-33	                   3 3 3                   Mech . Engr. 2040	                        1 -
     Graphics 1410 -20	3                    3                         Math 2840-50 .60	                        4 4 4                         Nuclear Engineering
     Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	            4 4 4                   Physics 2310-20-30	                      3 3 3                                                                       Hours Credit
     Basic Engineering 1410 	                 - - 2                   Engr. Sci . & Mech . 3311, 3700	         - 4 4                          Freshman                                        I 11 111
     Sophomore                                                        Met. Engr . 2110	                        - 3                            Math 1840-50-60	                               4 4 4
     Mathematics 2840-50-60	                  4 4 4                   Computer Science 3150	                   - - 3                          English 1010-11-20-33	                         3 3 3
     Physics 2310-20-30	                      3 3 3                   'Humanities/social studies elective	      •   '                         Chemistry 1110-20-30	                          4 4 4
     Met . Engr. 2110	                        3 -                                                                                             Basic Engr. 1310-30-20	                        4 4 4
     Engr. Sci . & Mech . 3700, 3311, 3110	                              Before entering the third quarter of the
                                              4 4 3                                                                                           Graphics 1410-20	                              3 - 3
     Elec. Engr . 3110	                       - - 3                  junior year the student, with the aid and                                Basic Engr. 1410	                              2 -
     + Humanities/social studies electives	   4 4 4                   approval of his or her adviser, must select a                           Sophomore
     Junior                                                           program of mechanical engineering and                                   Math 2840-50-60	                                4 4 4
     Engr. Sci . and Mech . 3010	             1 -                                                                                             Nuclear Engr . 2310-20-30	                      1  1 1
     Mech . Engr. 3311, 3440 or 3540 	                                technical electives . The following areas of
                                              3 3                                                                                             Physics 2310-20	                                3 3
     Elec. Engr . 3120	                       3 -                     specialization are available in the senior year:                        Math 3150	                                      - - 3
    Computer Science 3150	                    3 -                     Energy, Environmental, Manufacturing,                                   Engr. Sci . & Mech . 3700, 3311	                - 4 4
     Engr . Sci . & Mech . 3320 or 3120	      - 3                     Machine Design, Propulsion and Aerospace.                               Met . Engr. 3110	                               4 -
     Ind . Engr . 4520	                       - - 3                   See page 154.                                                           Humanities/social studies electives	            4 4 4
     Math elective	                           - - 3                                                                                           Junior
    2Phys. or biol . science electives	       3 3 3                  Junior                                                                   Math 4610, 4550	                                3 3
    3Engr . science electives	                3 6 6                   Mech . Engr . 3311, 3321-30	             3 2 3                          Physics 3710-20-30	                             3 3 3
    Senior                                                            Mech . Engr . 3610-20-30	                3 3 3                          Elec. Engr. 3110-20	                            3 3
    Engr . Sci. & Mech. 4010	                 - 4                     Mech . Engr . 3040, 3850-60	             1    3 3                       Nuclear Engr . 3210-20, 3150 	                  4 4 3
    Engr . Sci. & Mech. 4810, 4820	           4 4                     Mech . Engr . 3910, 3440, 4424	          3 3 3                         Nuclear Engr. 3010	                              4 -
    3 Engr. science electives	                - - 3                  Aero . Engr. 3511	                        - - 4                         Ind. Engr . 4520	                                - - 3
    Engr. Sci . & Mech. 4710	                 3 -                     Mech . Engr. 3410	                       - 3                           Technical electives	                             3 3
    4 Technical electives	                    6 3 9                   Engr. Sci . & Mech. 3320	                3 -                           Humanities/social studies electives	             - .4 4
    'Humanities/social studies electives 	    4 4 4                   Elec. Engr. 3110-20-30	                  3 3 3                         Senior
                                                                     Senior                                                                  Nuclear Engr. 4110-20-30	                        3 3     3
                                           TOTAL: 197 hours           Mech . Engr. 4310.20	1                 1                               Nuclear Engr. 4210-20-30	                        3 3     3
                                                                     Mech . Engr. 4510	                       4 -                            Nuclear Engr. 4710-20-30	                        4 4     3
    'Humanities/social studies courses approved by the               Mech . Engr   . 4471-91	                 3 3                            Nuclear Engr. 4810-20	                           3 -     3
    department.                                                      Mech . Engr. 4670-80	                    3 3                            Tech. electives	                                 3 3
    2Appropriate courses approved by the department.                 Mech . engr . electives	                 3 3 6                          Technical electives	                             - 4     4
    'Appropriate Courses in the College of Engineering approved      3Technical electives	                    3 - 3
    by the department.                                                'Humanities/social studies electives 	   -                                                                    TOTAL: 200 hours
    4Upper-division courses in mathematics, statistics, natural
    science, or engineering approved by the department.              Industrial Engineering 4520 	             - 3

                                                                                                              TOTAL : 204 hours
    Industrial Engineering                                                                                                                   Departments of
                                                   Hours Credit      ''Humanities/social studies electives: minimum of 24 hours
    Freshman                                          I 11 III       required.                                                               Instruction
    Math 1840-50-60	                                 4 4 4           2Mechanical engineering electives: senior courses in
    Chemistry 1110-20-30	                            4 4 4           mechanical engineering not otherwise required.
    English 1010-11-20-33	                           3 3 3           3Technical electives : upper-division courses in engineering,           Agricultural Engineering
    Graphics 1410-20	                                - 3 3           mathematics, or physics as approved by the department.
    Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	                                                                                                            (See College of Agriculture)
                                                     4 4 4
    Basic Engineering 1410	                          - - 2           Metallurgical Engineering
    Sophomore
    Math 2840-50-60	                                  4 4 4                                                          Hours Credit            Basic Engineering and
    English electives	                                4 4            Freshman                                           I 11 111
    Physics 2310-20-30	                               3 3 3          Math 1840-50-60	                                  4 4 4                 Graphics
    Engr. Sci. and Mech. 3311, 3700	                  4 4            Chemistry 1110-20-30	                             4 4 4
                                                                                                                                             (Non-Departmental Unit)
    Ind . Engr. 2310	                                 1  -           English 1010-11-20-33	                            3 3 3
    Statistics 3450, 3460	                            - 3 3          Graphics 1410-20	                                 3 - 3
    Humanities/social studies electives	              - - 4          Basic Engineering 1310-20-30	                     4 4 4                 Basic Engineering (179)
    Ind . Engr. 3610	                                 - - 3          Basic Engineering 1410 	                          - 2                   Coordinator: W . T. Snyder
    Junior                                                           Sophomore
    Computer Science 3150	                            3              Chemet. Engr . 2030	                               4                    1310 Basic Mechanics 1 (4) Forces in a plane ; free
    Ind . Engr . 3620-30	                             3 3            Met . Engr. 2040	                                          --   4       body diagram analysis ; equilibrium in two dimensions;
	


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             Cooperative Curriculum In Aerospace Engineering
             Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                                      Fall                       Winter                        Spring                    Summer
             FIRST          Math . 1840	           4     Math . 1850	             4                               Math . 1860	               4
             YEAR           Chem . 1110	           4     Chem . 1120	             4                               Chem . 1130	               4
                            Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3     English 1020	            3            WORK               English 1033	              3
                            Graphics 1410	         3     Graphics 1420	           3                               Basic Engr . 1330	         4
                            Basic Engr. 1310	      4     Basic Engr. 1320	        4                               Basic Engr . 1410	         2
             SECOND                                      Aero . Engr . 2040	      1                               Math . 2850	               4
             YEAR                                        Math . 2840	             4                               Physics 2320 . . .;	       3
                                    WORK                 Speech 2361	             4            WORK               ES&M3311 	
                                                         'Humanities/social                                        Met . Engr . 2110	        3
                                                                                  a
                                                           studies elect	                                         'Humanities/social
                                                                                                                     studies elect	

             THIRD                                       Math. 2860	              4                               Aero . Engr . 3040	        1
             YEAR                                        Physics 2330	            3                               Aero . Engr . 3610	        3
                                     WORK                ES & M 3700	             4            WORK               Elec . Engr . 3110	        3
                                                         Comp. Sci . 3150	        3                               ES & M 3320	               3
                                                         'Humanities/social                                       Mech . Engr . 3311	        3
                                                                                   a
                                                           studies elect	                                         Mech . Engr . 3910	        3
             FOURTH                                      Aero. Engr . 3820	       3                               Aero . Engr . 3511	        4
             YEAR                                        Aero. Engr . 3630	       3                               Aero . Engr . 3640	        3
                                                         Elec . Engr . 3120	      3                               Elec . Engr . 3130	        3
                                     WORK                Mech . Engr . 3321	      2            WORK               Mech . Engr . 3330	        3
                                                         Mech . Engr . 3410	      3                               Mech . Engr . 4420	        3
                                                         Mech . Engr . 3440	      3                               'Humanities/social
                                                                                                                    studies elect	
             FIFTH          Aero. Engr . 4210 . . . 3    Aero. Engr . 4510 . .    .3   Aero . Engr. 4230	     3
             YEAR           Aero. Engr . 4220	      3    Aero . Engr . 4250 . .   .3   Aero . Engr. 4260	     3
                            Aero . Engr . 4471	     3    Aero . Engr . 4491 . .   .3   'Tech . elect	         6
                            Aero . Engr . 4310	     1    Aero . Engr . 4320	       1   'Humanities/social
                                                                                                              a
                             Mech .Engr .4510	      4    'Humanities/social              studies elect	
                            2 Tech . elect	         3       studies elect	
                                                          Industrial
                                                            Engr . 4520	          3                               TOTAL: 204 hours



             Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                                      Fall                       Winter                        Spring                     Summer
             FIRST          Math . 1840	           4     Math . 1850	             4    Math . 10	             4
             YEAR           Chem. 1110	            4     Chem . 1120	             4    Chem . 1130	           4
                            Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3     English 1020	            3    English 1033	          3            WORK
                            Graphics 1410	         3     Graphics 1420	           3    Basic Engr . 1330	     4
                            Basic Engr . 1310	     4     Basic Engr . 1320	       4    Basic Engr . 1410	     2
             SECOND         Aero. Engr . 2040	     1                                   Math . 2850	           4
             YEAR            Math . 2840	          4                                   Physics 2320	          3
                            Physics 2310	          3             WORK                  ES & M	                4            WORK
                            'Humanities/social                                         Met. Engr . 2110	      3
                                                   a
                               studies elect	                                          'Humanities/social
                                                                                       studies elect	
             THIRD          Math . 2860	           4                                   Aero. Engr . 3040	     1
             YEAR           Physics 2330	          3                                   Aero. Engr . 3610	     3
                            ES & M 3700	           4                                   Elec . Engr . 3110	    3
                            Comp . Sci . 3150	     3             WORK                  ES&M3320	                           WORK
                            'Humanities/social                                         Mech. Engr. 3311	      3
                                                   a
                              studies elect	                                           Mech. Engr. 3910	      3
             FOURTH         Aero . Engr . 3620	    3                                   Aero. Engr . 3511	     4
             YEAR           Aero Engr . 3630	      3                                   Aero. Engr . 3640	     3
                            Elec . Engr. 3120	     3                                    Elec . Engr . 3130	   3
                            Mech . Engr . 3321	    2             WORK                  Mech. Engr. 3330	      3            WORK
                            Mech . Engr . 3410	    3                                    Mech . Engr. 4420	    3
                            Mech .Engr .3440	      3                                   'Humanities/social
                                                                                          studies elect	
             FIFTH          Aero . Engr . 4210	    3     Aero. Engr . 4510 . .    .3   Aero. Engr . 4230	     3
             YEAR           Aero. Engr . 4220	     3     Aero. Engr . 4250 . .    .3   Aero. Engr . 4260	     3
                            Aero . Engr . 4471	    3     Aero. Engr . 4491 . .    .3   =Tech . elect	         6
                            Aero . Engr . 4310	    1     Aero. Engr . 4320	        1   'Humanities/social
                            Mech .Engr .4510	      4     'Humanities/social              studies elect	
                            'Tech . elect	         3        studies elect	
                                                          Industrial
                                                            Engr . 4520	          3                               TOTAL : 204 hours

             "Humanities/social studies electives ; minimum of 24 hours required.
              'Technical electives; upper-division courses in engineering, mathematics, or physical science as approved by the department.
	


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    Cooperative Curriculum in Agricultural Engineering
    (See College of Agriculture Section)

    Cooperative Curriculum in Chemical Engineering
    Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                              Fall                         Winter                          Spring                     Summer
    FIRST           Math . 1840	             4     Math . 1850	                4                               Math . 1860	             4
    YEAR            Chemistry 1110 	         4     Chemistry 1120	             4                               Chemistry 1130	          4
                    Engl . 1010 or 1011	     3     English 1020	               3           WORK                English 1033	            3
                    Graphics 1410	           3     Basic Engr . 1410	          2                               Basic Engr . 1320	       4
                    Basic Engr . 1310	       4     Basic Engr . 1330	          4                               Graphics 1420	           3
    SECOND                                         Chemet Engr . 2010	         4                               Chemet Engr . 2030	      4
    YEAR                                           Chem . 2140 . 49	           4                               Math . 2850	             4
                             WORK                   Math. 2840	                4           WORK                ES & M 2720	             3
                                                   'Humanities/social                                          'Humanities/social
                                                     studies elect	            4                                 studies elect	         4
                                                                                                               Physics 2310	            3
    THIRD                                          Chemet Engr . 2020	         4                               Chem. Engr . 3040	       4
    YEAR                                           Chem . Engr . 3410	         4                               Chem. 3211-19	           4
                             WORK                  Math . 2860	                4           WORK                Math . 3150	             3
                                                   Physics 2320	               3                               Humanities/social
                                                                                                                 studies elect	         4
    FOURTH                                         Chem . Engr . 3420                                          Chem . Engr . 3440	      3
    YEAR                                           Chem . Engr . 3050     .   .4                               Chem . Engr . 3610	      3
                             WORK                  Chem . Engr . 4110     .    3           WORK                Elec . Engr . 3120
                                                   Chem . 3221-29 .       .   .4                                  or3130	               3
                                                   Elec . Engr . 3110 .   .   .3                                Met . Engr . 3150	      3
                                                                                                               'Humanities/social
                                                                                                                  studies elect	        4
    FIFTH           Chemet Engr. 2011        0     Chem . Engr . 4410         3    Chem . Engr . 4220	   3
    YEAR            Chem . Engr . 3620	      3     Chem . Engr. 4530	         3    Chem . Engr . 4420	   3
                    Chem . Engr . 3450             Chemet Engr . 4320	        1     Major electives	     3
                    Chemet Engr. 4310	       1     Met . Engr . 3520	         3    Tech . elect	         3
                    Chem . 3430	             3     Chem . 4110	               3    'Humanities/social
                    Tech . elect	            3     Major electives	           3      studies elect	      4
                    'Humanities/social
                      studies elect	         4                                                                 TOTAL : 200 hours



    Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                              Fall                         Winter                          Spring                      Summer
    FIRST           Math . 1840	             4     Math . 1850	                4   Math . 1860	           4
    YEAR            Chem . 1110	             4     Chem . 1120	                4   Chem 1130 	            4
                    Engl . 1010 or 1011	     3     English 1020	               3   English 1033	          3             WORK
                    Graphics 1410	           3     Basic Engr . 1410	          2   Basic Engr . 1320	     4
                    Basic Engr . 1310	       4     Basic Engr . 1330	          4   Graphics 1420	         3

    SECOND          Chemet Engr . 2010	      4                                     Chemet Engr . 2020	 4
    YEAR            Chemet Engr . 2011	      0                                     Chemet Engr . 2030	 4
                    Chem . 2140-49	          4              WORK                   Math . 2850	        4                WORK
                    Math . 2840	             4                                     Chem . Engr . 3410
                    'Humanities/social
                      studies elect	         4

    THIRD           ES & M 2720	             3                                     Elec . Engr . 3110	   3
    YEAR            Chem . Engr . 3040	      4                                     Physics 2320	         3
                    Chem . Engr . 3420	      4              WORK                   Chem . 3211-19	       4              WORK
                    Math . 2860	             4                                     Math . 3150	          3
                    Physics 2310	            3                                     'Humanities/social
                                                                                     studies elect	      4
    FOURTH          Chem . Engr . 4110	      3                                     Chem . Engr . 3440	   3
    YEAR            Chem . 3221-29	          4                                     Chem . Engr . 3610	   4
                    Elec . Engr . 3120 or                   WORK                   Chem . Engr . 3050	   4              WORK
                      3130	                  3                                     Met . Engr . 3150	    3
                    Humanities/social                                              Humanities/social
                      studies elect . .      4                                       studies elect	      4

    FIFTH           Chem . Engr . 3620	 3          Chem . Engr. 4410          3    Chem . Engr . 4220	   3
    YEAR            Chem . Engr . 3450	 3          Chem . Engr. 4530	          3   Chem . Engr . 4420	   3
                    Chemet Engr . 4310	 1          Chemet Engr . 4320	         1   Major elective	       3
                    Chem . 3440	        3          Met . Engr . 3520	          3   Tech . elect	         3
                    Tech . elect	       3          Chem . 4110	               3    'Humanities/social
                    'Humanities/social             Major elect	               3      studies elect	      4
                      studies elect 	   4                                                                      TOTAL : 200 hours
     t o minimum of one-half (12 quarter hours) of the humanities/social studies electives must be taken from a single group under one of
    the three areas of the humanities and social studies electives .
	



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             Cooperative Curriculum in Civil Engineering
             Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                                      Fall                    Winter                             Spring                       Summer
             FIRST          Math . 1840	            4 Math . 1850	                 4                                   Math . 1860	          4
             YEAR           Chem . 1110	            4 Chem . 1120	                 4                                   Cliem . 1130	         4
                            Engl . 1010 or 1011	    3  English 1020	               3             WORK                  English 1033	         3
                            Graphics 1410	          3  Graphics 1420	              3                                   Basic Engr . 1330	    4
                            Basic Engr . 1310	      4  Basic Engr . 1320	          4                                   Basic Engr . 1410	    2

             SECOND                                      Physics 2310	             3                                   Civil Engr . 2260	    3
             YEAR                                        Civil Engr . 2310	        1                                   ES & M 2720	          3
                                     WORK                ES & M 3311	              4             WORK                  Math . 2850	          4
                                                         Math . 2840	              4                                   'Humanities/social
                                                         Geology 2610	             3                                     studies elect	      4
                                                                                                                       Physics 2320	         3

             THIRD                                       Civil Engr . 3210	        3                                   Civil Engr . 3600	    3
             YEAR                                        ES&M3110	                 3                                   Civil Engr . 3710	    3
                                     WORK                Math . 2860	              4             WORK                  Civil Engr . 4410	    3
                                                         Civil Engr . 2360	        3                                   Elec . Engr . 3110	   3
                                                         Envr . Engr . 4510	       3                                   Envr . Engr. 3120	    3
                                                                                                                       Civil Engr . 4800	    3
             FOURTH                           Civil Engr . 3310 .              . . .3                                  Civil Engr . 4220	    3
             YEAR                             Civil Engr . 3610 .              . . .3                                  Comp . Sci. 3150	     3
                                     WORK Civil Engr . 4110 .                    . .3            WORK                  Engr . Engr . 4520	   3
                                              Civil Engr . 3320 .              . . .1                                   Humanities/social
                                              Envr . Engr . 3330               . . .3                                     studies elect	     4
                                              Civil Engr . 4430	                    3                                  'Mech . Engr . 3110

             FIFTH          Economics 2110	         3    Civil Engr 4320 	         1    Civil Engr . 4330	        1
             YEAR           Humanities/social             Humanities/social             Humanities/social
                              studies elect	        4       studies elect	         4      studies elect	          7
                            'Tech . elect	          9    Tech . elect	             9    Tech . elect	             9
                                                         'Math/sci . elect	        3                                   TOTAL : 201 hours



             Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group                          B
                                 Fall                 Winter                                    Spring                        Summer
             FIRST     Math . 1840	         4 Math . 1850	      4                       Math . 1860	              4
             YEAR      Chem . 1110	         4 Chem . 1120	      4                       Chem 1130	                4
                       Engl . 1010 or 1011	 3 English 1020 >	                           English 1033	             3             WORK
                       Graphics 1410	       3 Graphics 1420	    3                       Basic Engr . 1330	        4
                       Basic Engr 1310	     4 Basic Engr. 1320	 4                       Basic Engr. 1410	         2

             SECOND         Civil Engr 2260	        3                                   Civil Engr . 2360	        3
             YEAR           Physics 2310	           3                                    ES & M 2720	             3
                            ES&M3311	               4             WORK                   Math . 2850	             4             WORK
                            Math . 2840	            4                                   'Humanities/social
                            Geology 2610	           3                                      studies elect	         4
                                                                                        Physics 2320 	            3
             THIRD          Civil Engr 2310 	       1                                   Civil Engr . 4410	        3
             YEAR           Math . 2860	            4                                   Civil Engr . 3610	        3
                            Civil Engr . 3210	      3             WORK                  Civil Engr . 4800	        3             WORK
                            ES&M3110	               3                                   Elec . Engr . 3110	       3
                            Envr .Engr .4510	       3                                   Civil Engr . 4110	        3
                            Civil Engr . 3710	      3
             FOURTH         Civil Engr . 3310	      3                                   Civil Engr . 4220 . .   . .3
             YEAR           Civil Engr . 3320	      1                                   Comp . Sci . 3150 .     . .3
                            Civil Engr . 3600	      3             WORK                  Humanities/social                       WORK
                            Envr . Engr . 3120	     3                                     studies elect . .     . .4
                            'Mech . Engr . 3110	    3                                   Envr . Engr . 3330 .    . .3
                            Civil Engr . 4430	      3                                   Envr . Engr . 4520 .    . .3

             FIFTH           Economics 2110	     3       Civil Engr . 4320	        1    Civil Engr . 4330 . . . .1
             YEAR            Humanities/social •         Humanities/social              Humanities/social
                               social elect	     4         studies elect	          4      studies elect . . . .7
                            'Tech . elect	       9       'Math/sci . elect	        3    Tech . elect	            9
                                                         Tech . elect	             9                                   TOTAL : 201 hours


             1 Humanities/social studies courses approved by the department.
             2 Mechanical engineering 3520 or 3311 may be substituted.
             3 Technical electives must be approved by the student's adviser and the primary and one of the two secondary areas of study must
               come from the departmental list of approved courses for 15 credits and 6 credits respectively.
             4 Math/science courses approved by the department.
	


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    Cooperative Curriculum in Electrical Engineering
    Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                         Fall                     Winter                    Spring                    Summer
    FIRST      Math •1840	            4   Math . 1850	          4                              Math . 1860	         4
    YEAR       Chem . 1110	           4   Chem . 1120	          4                              Chem . 1130	         4
               Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3   English 1020	         3           WORK               English 1033	        3
               Basic Engr. 1310	      4   Basic Engr . 1330	    4                              Basic Engr . 1320	   4
               Basic Engr . 1410	     2   Graphics 1410	        3                              Graphics 1420	       3
    SECOND                                Math . 2840	          4                              Math . 2850	         4
    YEAR                                  Physics 2310	         3                              Physics 2320	        3
                       WORK               EE 2010	              3           WORK               EE 2020	             3
                                          Met . Engr . 2110	    4                              Humanities/social
                                          Humanities/social                                      studies elect	     4
                                            studies elect	      4                              ES & M 2720	         3
    THIRD                                 Math . 2860	          4                             EE 3810	              3
    YEAR                                  Physics 2330	         3                             EE 3040	              3
                       WORK               EE 2030	              3           WORK              EE 3010	              3
                                          EM 3710 or Met.                                     EE 3190	              3
                                            Engr . 3130	        3                             Mech . Engr . 3520	   3
                                          Humanities/social                                   Math . 3150	          3
                                            studies elect	      4

    FOURTH                                EE 3820	              3                             EE 3830	              3
    YEAR                                  EE 3050	              3                             EE 3060	              3
                       WORK               EE 3720	              3           WORK              EE 3100	              3
                                          EE 3180	              3                             Mech . Engr . 3540	   3
                                          Mech . Engr . 3530	   3                             EE 3090	              3
                                          EE 3080	              3
    FIFTH   See Senior Year Areas of Interest, page 132.                                      TOTAL : 203-206 hours
    YEAR




    Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                         Fall                     Winter                    Spring                    Summer
    FIRST      Math . 1840	           4   Math . 1850	          4   Math . 1860	          4
    YEAR       Chem . 1110	           4   Chem . 1120	          4   Chem . 1130	          4
               Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3   English 1020	             English 1033	         3            WORK
               Graphics 1410	         3   Basic Engr . 1410	    2   Basic Engr . 1320	    4
               Basic Engr. 1310	      4   Basic Engr . 1330	    4   Graphics 1420	        3

    SECOND     Math . 2840	           4                             Math . 2850	          4
    YEAR       Physics 2310	                                        Physics 2320	         3
               EE 2010	               3           WORK              EE 2020	              3            WORK
               Met . Engr . 2110	     3                             Humanities/social
               Humanities/social                                      studies elect	      4
                 studies elect	       4                             ES & M 2720	          3

    THIRD      Math . 2860	           4                             EE 3810	              3
    YEAR       Physics 2330	          3                             EE 3040	              3
               EE 2030	               3           WORK              EE 3010	              3            WORK
               EM 3710 or Met.                                      EE 3190	              3
                 Engr. 3130	          3                             Mech . Engr . 3520	   3
               Humanities/social                                    Math . 3150	          3
                 studies elect 	      4

    FOURTH     EE 3820	               3                             EE 3830	              3
    YEAR       EE 3050	               3                             EE 3060	              3
               EE 3720	               3           WORK              EE 3100	              3            WORK
               EE 3180	               3                             Mech . Engr . 3540	   3
               Mech . Engr. 3530	     3                             EE 3090	              3
               EE 3080	               3

    FIFTH   See Senior Year Areas of Interest, page 132.                                      TOTAL : 203-206 hours
    YEAR
	



    138   College of Engineering




              Cooperative Curriculum in Engineering Physics
              Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                                         Fall                    Winter                              Spring                      Summer
              FIRST            Math . 1840	            4 Math . 1850	                 4                                   Math . 1860	             4
              YEAR             Engl . 1010 or 1011        English 1020	               3                                   Chem . 1130	             4
                              Chem . 1110	             4 Chem . 1120	                 4              WORK                 English 1033	            3
                              Graphics 1410	           3  Graphics 1420	              3                                   'Non-tech . elect	       4
                              'Physics 1310	           4  'Physics 1320	              4                                   'Physics 1330	           4

              SECOND                                         Math . 2840	             4                                   Math . 2850	             4
              YEAR                                           Physics 2310	            3                                   Physics 2320	            3
                                       WORK                  'Engr . elect	           3              WORK                 'Engr . elect	           3
                                                             'Non-tech . elec	        8                                   'Non-tech . elect	       8

              THIRD                                          Math . 2860	             4                                   Math . elect	            3
              YEAR                                           Physics 2330	            3                                   Physics 3230	            3
                                       WORK                  Physics 3210	            3              WORK                 'Physics lab	            3
                                                             'Physics lab	            3                                   Engr . elect	            3
                                                             'Non-tech . elect	       4                                   'Non-tech . elect	       3

              FOURTH                                          Math . elect	           3                                   Math . elect	            3
              YEAR                                           Physics 3220	            3                                   Physics lab	             3
                                       WORK                  Physics 4210	            3              WORK                 Physics 4220	            3
                                                             Elective	                3                                   Elective	                3
                                                             'Tech . elect	           3                                   'Tech . elect	           3

              FIFTH           ',Physics 4110	          3     'Physics 4120	           3     'Physics 4130	           3
              YEAR            Physics 4240 or                'Physics elect 	         3     'Physics elect 	         3
                                 4250	                 3     'Tech . elect	           3     'Tech . elect	           3
                              Physics elect	           3     'Engr . elect	           3     'Engr . elect	           3
                              Elective	                3      Elective	               3      Elective	               3
                              'Engr . elect	           3                                                                  TOTAL : 199 hours




              Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                                       Fell                       Winter                             Spring                       Summer
              FIRST           Math . 1840	             4 Math . 1850	                 4      Math . 1860	            4
              YEAR            Engl. 1010 or 1011          English 1020	               3      'Non-tech . elect	      4
                              Chem . 1110	             4 Chem . 1120	                 4     Chem . 1130	             4
                              Graphics 1410	           3  Graphics 1420	              3      English 1033	           3
                              'Physics 1310	           4  'Physics 1320	              4     'Physics 1330	           4

              SECOND           Math . 2840	            4                                    Math . 2850	             4
              YEAR             'Non-tech . elect	      8                                    'Non-tech . elect	       8
                               Physics 2310	           3              WORK                  Physics 2320	            3              WORK
                              'Engr. elect	            3                                    'Engr. elect	            3

              THIRD            Math . 2860	            4                                    Math . elect	            3
              YEAR             Physics 2330	           3                                    Physics 3220	            3
                               Physics 3210	           3              WORK                  Physics 4210	            3              WORK
                              'Physics lab	            3                                    Engr . elect	            3
                               'Non-tech . elect	      4                                    'Non-tech . elect	       3

              FOURTH           Math . elect	           3                                    Math . elect	            3
              YEAR            'Physics lab	            3                                    Physics 4220	            3
                              'Engr. elect	            3              WORK                  Physics 3230	            3             WORK
                              Electives	               6                                    'Physics lab	            3
                                                                                            'Engr . elect	           3

              FIFTH           °Physics 4110	           3 'Physics 4120	               3     'Physics 4130	           3
              YEAR             Physics 4240 or             'Physics elect	            3     'Physics elect	          3
                                 4250	                 3   'Tech . elect	             3     'Tech . elect	           3
                              Physics elect	           3   'Engr . elect	             3     'Engr . elect	           3
                               Elective	               3    Elective	                 3     Elective	                3
                              'Engr . elect	           3                                                                  TOTAL : 199 hours




              1 To be taken from the College of Liberal Arts triads of Language, Literature and Arts, or History and Society, with at least 16 hours
                from courses approved for Language, Literature and Arts.
              2 The honors sequence (Physics 1318-28-38) is recommended for qualified majors.
              3 To be taken in College of Engineering.
              4 From Physics 3510-20-30, 3610-20-30, 4510-20-30, 4540-50.
              5 From engineering, mathematics, computer science, physics, chemistry, or astronomy.
              6 Students not pursuing graduate studies may substitute Physics 3710-20-30.
              7 From Physics 3520, 3710-20-30, 4040, 4110-20-30-40, 4160, 4230-40-50, 4510-20-30-40-50, 4610-20-30, 4710-2030,
                Astronomy 4110-20-30.
	



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    Cooperative Curriculum In Engineering Science
    Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                             Fall                      Winter                          Spring                     Summer
    FIRST          Math . 1840	            4 Math . 1850	               4                                  Math . 1860	             4
    YEAR           Chem . 1110	            4 Chem .1120	                4                                  Chem . 1130	             4
                   Engl . 1010 or 1011         English 1020	            3              WORK                English 1033	            3.
                   Graphics 1410	          3 Graphics 1420	             3                                  Basic Engr . 1330	       4
                   Basic Engr. 1310	       4   Basic Engr. 1320	        4                                  Basic Engr . 1410	       2
    SECOND                                       Math . 2840	           4                                  Math . 2850	             4
    YEAR                                         Physics 2310	          3                                  Physics 2320	            3
                            WORK                 Met . Engr . 2110	     3              WORK                ES&M3311	                4
                                                 ES & M 3700	           4                                  'Humanities/social
                                                 'Humanities/social                                          studies elect	         4
                                                   studies elect	       4

    THIRD                                        Math . 2860	           4                                  Mech . Engr . 3311	      3
    YEAR                                         Physics 2330	          3                                  Elec . Engr. 3120	       3
	WORK                                            ES & M 3110	           3              WORK                Comp . Sci . 3150	       3
                                                 Elec . Engr . 3110	    3                                  2 Phys . or bio . sci.
                                                 'Humanities/social                                           elective	             3
                                                   studies elect	       4                                  'Engr. sci. elect	       3
    FOURTH                                       Mech . Engr . 3440 or                                     Math . elect	            3
    YEAR                                           3540	               3                                   2 Phys . or bio . sci.
                            WORK                 ES & M 3320 or                        WORK                   elective	             3
                                                   3120	               3                                   'Indus . Engr . 4520	    3
                                                2 Phys . or bio . sci.                                     'Engr . sci. elect	      6
                                                   elective	           3
                                                'Engr . sci . elect	   6
    FIFTH           ES & M 4810	           4    ES & M 4010	            4     Engr . sci . elect	     3
    YEAR           'Engr . sci . elect	    3 ES & M 4620	               4     'Tech . elect	          9
                   'Tech . elect	          6   'Tech . elect	           3     'Humanities/social
                   'Humanities/social          'Humanities/social                studies elect	       4
                      studies elect	       4      studies elect	        4                                  TOTAL : 196 hours




    Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                             Fall                       Winter                        Spring                       Summer
    FIRST          Math . 1840	            4    Math . 1850	            4     Math . 1860	            4
    YEAR           Chem . 1110	            4    Chem . 1120	            4     Chem . 1130	            4
                   Engl . 1010 or 1011	    3    English 1020	           3     English 1033	           3                WORK
                   Graphics 1410	          3    Graphics 1420	          3     Basic Engr. 1330	       4
                   Basic Engr . 1310	      4    Basic Engr . 1320	      4     Basic Engr. 1410	       2

    SECOND         Math . 2840	            4                                  Math . 2850	            4
    YEAR           Physics 2310	           3                                  Physics 2320	           3
                   Met . Engr . 2110	      3             WORK                 ES & M 3311	            4                WORK
                   ES & M 3700	            4                                  'Humanities/social
                   'Humanities/social                                           studies elect . .     4
                     studies elect	        4

    THIRD           Math . 2860	           4                                   Mech . Engr . 3311	    3
    YEAR            Physics 2330	          3                                   Elec . Engr . 3120	    3
                    ES&M3110	              3             WORK                 Comp. Sci . 3150	       3                WORK
                    Elect . Engr. 3110	    3                                  'Phys . or bio . sci.
                   'Humanities/social                                            elective	            3
                      studies elect	       4                                  'Engr . sci . elect	    3
    FOURTH          Mech . Engr . 3440 or                                     Math . elect	           3
    YEAR              3540	               3                                   'Phys . or bio . sci.
                   ES & M 3320 or                        WORK                    elective	            3                WORK
                      3120	               3                                   Indus . Engr . 4520	    3
                   2 Phys . or bio . sci.                                     'Engr. sci., elect	     6
                      elective 	          3
                   'Engr, sci . elect	    6

    FIFTH          ES & M 4810	            4    ES&M4010	               4     'Engr. sci. elect	      3
    YEAR           'Engr. sci . elect	     3    ES & M 4620	            4     'Tech . elect	          9
                   'Tech . elect	          6    'Tech . elect	          3     'Humanities/social
                   'Humanities/social           'Humanities/social               studies elect	       4
                      studies elect	       4      studies elect	        4                                  TOTAL : 196 hours


    1 Humanities/social studies courses approved by the department
    2 Appropriate courses approved by the department.
    3 Appropriate courses in the College of Engineering approved by the department.
    4 Upper.division courses in mathematics, statistics, natural science, or engineering approved by the department.
	


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             Cooperative Curriculum in Industrial Engineering
             Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                                   Fall                     Winter                       Spring                       Summer
             FIRST       Math . 1840	           4   Math . 1850	            4                                  Math . 1860	               4
             YEAR        Chem . 1110	           4   Chem . 1120	           ,4                                  Chem . 1130	               4
                         Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3   English 1020	           3            WORK                  English 1033	              3
                         Basic Engr . 1410	     2   Graphics 1410	          3                                  Basic Engr . 1330	         4
                         Basic Engr . 1310	     4   Basic Engr . 1320	      4                                  Graphics 1420	             3

             SECOND                                 Math . 2840	           4                                   Math . 2850	               4
             YEAR                                   English elect	         4                                   English elect	             4
                                   WORK             Physics 2310	          3             WORK                  Physics 2320	              3
                                                    ES&M3311	              4                                   ES&M3700	                  4
                                                    Indus . Engr . 2310	   1                                   Statistics 3450	           3

             THIRD                                  Math . 2860	           4                                   Comp . Sci . 3150       .3
             YEAR                                   Humanities/social                                          Indus . Engr . 3620 .    . .3
                                   WORK               studies elect	       4             WORK                  Indus . Engr . 3430 .    . .3
                                                    Physics 2330	          3                                   Elec . Engr 3110 .       . .3
                                                    Indus . Engr . 3610	   3                                   Mech . Engr . 3520      . .3
                                                    Statistics 3460	       3                                   Accounting 2110 .          .3
             FOURTH                                 Indus . Engr . 2320	   3                                   Indus . Engr. 3510 .    . .3
             YEAR                                   Indus . Engr . 3630	   3                                   Indus . Engr. 3520 .    . .3
                                   WORK             Indus . Engr 3440	     3             WORK                  Met. Engr. 2110 . .     . .3
                                                    Elec . Engr . 3120	    3                                   Elec . Engr . 3130 .    . .3
                                                    Mech . Engr . 3530	    3                                   Indus . Engr. 4520 .    .3
                                                    Accounting 2130	       3                                   Economics 2110 .        . .3
             FIFTH       Humanities/social          Indus . Engr . 4200	   4    Indus . Engr . elect . . .3
             YEAR          studies elect	       4   Indus . Engr . 4590	   3    Indus . Engr . 4610 .3
                         Indus . Engr . 4060	   3   Indus . Engr . 4070	   3    Indus . Engr . elect .3
                         Indus . Engr . 4040	   3   Indus . Engr . 4600	   3    Indus . Engr . 4840 . . .3
                         Indus . Engr . 4870	   3   Tech . elect	          3    Indus . Engr . 4310 . . .1
                         Tech . elect	          3                               Civil Engr . 4230 . . . . 3    TOTAL : 206 hours




             Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                                   Fall                     Winter                       Spring                       Summer
             FIRST       Math . 1840	           4   Math . 1850	           4    Math . 1860	              4
             YEAR        Chem . 1110	           4   Chem . 1120	           4    Cherh . 1 130	            4
                         Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3   English 1020	          3    English 1033	             3             WORK
                         Basic Engr . 1310	     4   Graphics 1410	         3    Graphics 1420	            3
                         Basic Engr . 1330	     4   Basic Engr . 1320	     4    Basic Engr . 1410	        2

             SECOND      Math . 2840	           4                               Math . 2850	              4
             YEAR        English elect	         4                               English elect	            4
                         Physics 2310	          3            WORK               Physics 2320	             3             WORK
                         ES&M3311	                                              ES&M 3700	                4
                         Indus . Engr . 2310	   1                               Statistics 3450	          3
             THIRD       Math . 2860	          4                                Comp . Sci. 3150	         3
             YEAR        Humanities/social                                      Indus . Engr . 3620	      3
                           studies elect	      4             WORK               Indus . Engr . 3430	      3             WORK
                         Physics 2330 	        3                                Elec . Engr . 3110	       3
                         Indus . Engr . 3610 .3                                 Mech . Engr . 3520	       3
                         Statistics 3460	      3                                Accounting 2110 .        3
             FOURTH      Indus . Engr .2320	    3                               Indus . Engr . 3510 .3
             YEAR        Indus . Engr . 3630	   3                               Indus . Engr . 3520 . . . 3
                         Indus . Engr . 3440	   3            WORK               Met . Engr . 2110 . . 3
                         Elect. Engr . 3120	    3                               Elec . Engr . 3130 .3
                         Mech . Engr . 3530	    3                               Indus . Engr . 4520 . . .3
                         Accounting 2130	       3                               Economics 2110 . 3
             FIFTH       Humanities/social          Indus . Engr . 4200	   4    Indus . Engr . elect . . . 3
             YEAR          studies elect	       4   Indus . Engr . 4590	   3    Indus . Engr . 4610	       3
                         Indus . Engr . 4060	   3   Indus . Engr . 4070	   3    Indus . Engr . elect	      3
                         Indus . Engr . 4040	   3   Indus . Engr . 4600	   3    Indus . Engr . 4840	       3
                         Indus . Engr . 4870	   3   Tech . elect	          3    Indus . Engr . 4310	       1
                         Tech . elect	          3                               Civil Engr 4230	           3   TOTAL : 206 hours
	


                                                                                                               College of Engineering   141



    Cooperative Curriculum in Mechanical Engineering
    Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                              Fall                       Winter                          Spring                    Summer
    FIRST           Math . 1840	            4    Math . 1850	               4                               Math . 1860	          4
    YEAR            Chem . 1110	            4    Chem . 1120	               4                               Chem . 1130	          4
                    Engl . 1010 or 1011	    3    English 1020	              3            WORK               English 1033	         3
                    Graphics 1410	          3    Graphics 1420	             3                               Basic Engr . 1330	    4
                    Basic Engr . 1310	      4    Basic Engr . 1320	         4                               Basic Engr . 1410	    2
    SECOND                                       Mech . Engr . 2040	        1                               Math . 2850	          4
    YEAR                                         Math . 2840	               4                               Physics 2320	         3
                             WORK                Physics 2310 	             3            WORK               ES&M3311	             4
                                                 'Humanities/social                                         Met . Engr . 2110	    3
                                                   studies elect	                                           'Humanities/social
                                                                                                              studies elect	
    THIRD                                       Math . 2860	                4                               Mech . Engr . 3311	   3
    YEAR                                        Physics 2330	               3                               Mech. Engr . 3610	    3
                             WORK               ES & M 3700	                4            WORK               Mech. Engr . 3040	    1
                                                Comp . Sci . 3150	          3                               Mech. Engr . 3910	    3
                                                'Humanities/social                                          ES & M 3320	          3
                                                  studies elect	            *                               Elec . Engr . 3110	   3
    FOURTH                                       Mech . Engr . 3321	        2                               Mech. Engr . 3330	    3
    YEAR                                         Mech . Engr . 3620	        3                               Mech. Engr . 3630	    3
                             WORK                Mech . Engr . 3650	        3            WORK               Mech. Engr . 3660	    3
                                                 Mech . Engr. 3440	         3                               Mech . Engr . 4420	   3
                                                 Mech . Engr 3410	          3                               Aero. Engr . 3511	    4
                                                 Elec . Engr . 3120	        3                               Elec . Engr . 3150	   3
    FIFTH           Mech . Engr . 4310 . . 1     Mech . Engr . 4320	        1   'Mech . Engr . elect	   6
    YEAR            Mech . Engr . 4510	    4     Mech . Engr. 4491	         3   'Tech . elect	          3
                    Mech . Engr . 4671	    3     Mech . Engr 4680	          3   'Humanities/social
                    Mech  . Engr . 4670	   3    'Mech . Engr . elect	       3     studies elect	
                    'Mech . Engr . elect	 3      'Humanities/social
                    'Tech . elect	         3       studies elect
                                                 Indus . Engr . 4520 . .   .3
                                                                                                            TOTAL : 204 hours




    Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B
                              Fall                      Winter                          Spring                     Summer
    FIRST       .   Math . 1840	            4   Math. 1850	                 4   Math . 1860	            4
    YEAR            Chem . 1110	            4   Chem . 1120	                4   Chem . 1130	            4
                    Engl . 1010 or 1011	    3   English 1020	               3   English 1033	           3           WORK
                    Graphics 1410	          3   Graphics 1420	              3   Basic Engr . 1330	      4
                    Basic Engr . 1310	      4   Basic Engr . 1320	          4   Basic Engr . 1410	      2
    SECOND          Mech. Engr . 2040	      1                                   Math . 2850	            4
    YEAR            Math . 2840	            4                                   Physics 2320	           3
                    Physics 2310 	          3            WORK                   ES & M 3311	            4           WORK
                    'Humanities/social                                          Met . Engr. 2110	       3
                      studies elect	                                            'Humanities/social
                                                                                  studies elect	
    THIRD           Math . 2860	            4                                   Mech . Engr . 3311	     3
    YEAR            Physics 2330	           3                                   Mech . Engr . 3610	     3
                    ES & M 3700	            4            WORK                   Mech . Engr . 3040	     1           WORK
                    Comp . Sci . 3150	      3                                   Mech . Engr . 3910	     3
                    'Humanities/social                                          ES & M 3320	            3
                      studies elect	        *                                   Elec . Engr . 3110	     3
    FOURTH          Mech. Engr . 3321	      2                                   Mech . Engr . 3330	     3
    YEAR            Mech. Engr . 3620	      3                                   Mech . Engr . 3630	     3
                    Mech . Engr . 3650	     3            WORK                   Mech . Engr. 3660	      3           WORK
                    Mech . Engr . 3440	     3                                   Mech . Engr. 4420	      3
                    Mech. Engr . 3410	      3                                   Aero . Engr . 3511	     4
                    Elec . Engr . 3120	     3                                   Elec . Engr 3130	       3
    FIFTH            Mech . Engr . 4310	    1   Mech . Engr . 4320         1    'Mech. Engr . elect	    6
    YEAR             Mech . Engr . 4510	    4   Mech . Engr . 4491 .       .3    'Tech . elect	         3
                    Mech . Engr . 4471	     3   Mech . Engr . 4680 .       .3    'Humanities/social
                    Mech . Engr . 4670	     3   'Mech . Engr . elect       .3       studies elect	
                    'Mech . Engr . elect	   3   'Humanities/social
                    'Tech . elect	          3      studies elect
                                                Indus . Engr . 4520 . .    .3                               TOTAL 204 hours


    * l Humanities/soclal studies electives: Minimum of 24 hours required.
      2 Mechanical engineering electives : senior courses in mechanical or aerospace engineering not otherwise required.
      3Technical electives : upper-division courses in engineering, mathematics, or physics as approved by the department.
	


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              Cooperative Curriculum in Metallurgical Engineering
              Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                                      Fall                            Winter                      Spring                      Summer
              FIRST         Math . 1840	                4     Math . 1850	            4                                Math . 1860	            4
              YEAR          Chem . 1110	                4     Chem. 1120	             4                                Chem . 1130	            4
                            Engl . 1010 or 1011	        3     English 1020	           3            WORK                English 1033	           3
                            Graphics 1410	              3     Basic Engr . 1410	      2                                Basic Engr . 1320	      4
                            Basic Engr . 1310	          4     Basic Engr . 1330	      4                                Graphics 1420	          3

              SECOND                                          Chemet Engr . 2030     .4                                Chemet Engr . 2010	     4
              YEAR                                            Chem . 2140 . 49	       4                                Math . 2850	            4
                                      WORK                    Math . 2840	            4            WORK                ES & M 2720	            3
                                                              'Humanities/social                                       'Humanities/social
                                                                studies elect	        4                                  studies elect	        4
                                                                                                                       Physics 2310	           3

              THIRD                                           Chemet Engr . 2020	     4                                Met . Engr . 3210	      4
              YEAR                                            Chem . Engr . 3410	     4                                Met . Engr . 3040	      4
                                      WORK                    Math . 2860	            4            WORK                Math . 3150	            3
                                                              Physics 2320	           3                                Met . Engr . 2040	      4
                                                              Met . Engr 4610	        3

              FOURTH                                          Chem . Engr . 3420	     4                                Met . Engr . 3230	      4
              YEAR                                            Met . Engr . 3220	      3                                Met . Engr . 3060	      3
                                      ' YORK                  Met . Engr . 3050	      3            WORK                Elec . Engr . 3120 or
                                                              Elec . Engr . 3110	     3                                  3130	                 3
                                                              ES&M3311	               4                                'Humanities/social
                                                                                                                         studies elect	        8

              FIFTH          Chemet. Engr . 2011	        0    Met. Engr . 4520	       3     Met . Engr . 3150	     3
              YEAR           Met . Engr . 4240	          3    Met. Engr . 4740	       4     Met . Engr . 4250	     3
                             Met . Engr . 4510	          4    Met. Engr 4760	         3    Chemet . Engr . 4320	   1
                             Met . Engr . 4730	          4    Chem .Engr .4110	       3    Tech. elect	            3
                             Chemet Engr. 4310	          1    Tech . elect	           3    'Humanities/social
                             Chem. 4110	                 3                                    studies elect	       4
                             'Humanities/social
                               studies elect	            4                                                             TOTAL: 198 hours




              Students Working Summer and Winter Quarters-Group B

                                       Fail                           Winter                       Spring                      Summer
              FIRST          Math . 1840	                4    Math . 1850	            4    Math . 1860	            4
              YEAR           Chem . 1110	                4    Chem . 1120	            4    Chem . 1130	            4
                             Engl . 1010 or 1011	        3    English 1020	           3    English 1033	           3            WORK
                             Graphics 1410	              3    Basic Engr . 1420	      2    Basic Engr . 1320	      4
                             Basic Engr . 1310	          4    Basic Engr . 1330	      4    Graphics 1420	          3

              SECOND         Chemet Engr . 2030	         4                                 Chemet Engr . 2010	     4
              YEAR           Chemet Engr . 2011	         0                                 Chemet Engr . 2020	     4
                             Chem. 2140-49	              4             WORK                Chem . Engr 3410	       4            WORK
                             Math . 2840	                4                                 Math . 2850	            4
                             'Humanities/social
                               studies elect	            4

              THIRD          Met . Engr 3040	            4                                 Math . 2860	            4
              YEAR           Physics 2310	               3                                 Math 3150	
                             Met . Engr . 3210	          4             WORK                ES & M 2720	            3            WORK
                             Chem. Engr . 3420	          4                                 Physics 2320	           3
                                                                                           Met . Engr . 2040	      4

              FOURTH         Met. Engr . 3050 . .      . .3                                Met . Engr . 3230	      4
              YEAR           Met . Engr . 3220 . .     . .3                                Elec . Engr . 3120 or
                             ES&M3311 .            .   . .4            WORK                   3130	                3
                             'Humanities/social                                            'Humanities/social
                               studies elect . .       . .4                                studies elect	          8
                                                                                           Met . Engr. 3130	       3

              FIFTH          Met . Engr . 4240 . . .    .3    Met . Engr . 4740 . . . .4   Met . Engr. 3150	       3
              YEAR           Met . Engr . 4510 . . .    .4    Met . Engr . 4760 . . .3     Met . Engr. 4250	       3
                             Met . Engr. 4730 . . .     .4    Chem .Engr .4110 .3          Chemet Engr. 4320	      1
                             Chemet Engr . 4310         .1    Tech . elect	            3   Tech . elect	           3
                             Chem . 4110	                3                                 'Humanities/social
                             'Humanities/social                                            studies elect	          4
                               studies elect . . .      .4                                                             TOTAL : 198 hours


              1 A minimum of one-half (12 hours) of the non-technical electives must be taken from a single group under one of the three areas of
               the humanities and social studies electives.
	



                                                                                                        College of Engineering   143



    Cooperative Curriculum in Nuclear Engineering
    Students Working Spring and Fall Quarters-Group A
                         Fall                    Winter                      Spring                        Summer
    FIRST      Math . 1840	           4 Math . 1850	            4                                   Math . 1860	          4
    YEAR       Engl . 1010 or 1011       English 1020 	         3                                   English 1033	         3
               Chem . 1110	           4 Chem . 1120	            4            WORK                   Chem . 1130	          4
               Basic Engr . 1410	     2  Graphics 1410	         3                                   Graphics 1420	        3
               Basic Engr . 1310	     4  Basic Engr . 1330	     4                                   Basic Engr . 1320	    4
    SECOND                                Math . 2840	          4                                   Math . 2850	          4
    YEAR                                  Physics 2310	         4                                   Physics 2320 	        3
                        WORK              Met . Engr . 3110	    4            WORK                   ES & M 3700	          4
                                          Nuc . Engr . 2310	    1                                   Nuc . Engr . 2320	    1
                                          Humanities/social                                         Humanities/social
                                            studies elect	      4                                     studies elect 	     4
    THIRD                                 Math . 2860	          4                                   Math . 4610	          3
    YEAR                                  Physics 3710	         3                                   Nuc . Engr . 3210	    4
                        WORK              ES & M 3311	          4            WORK                   Elec . Engr . 3110	   3
                                          Nuc . Engr . 2330	    1                                   Math . 3150	          3
                                          Humanities/social                                         Nuc . Engr . 3010	    4
                                            studies elect	      4
    FOURTH                                Math . 4550	          3                                   Nuc . Engr . 3150 . .3
    YEAR                                  Physics 3720	         3                                   Physics 3730	         3
                        WORK              Elec . Engr . 3120	   3            WORK                   Indus . Engr . 4520	  3
                                          Nuc . Engr . 3220	    4                                   Met . Engr . 3160	    3
                                          Humanities/social                                         Humanities/social
                                            studies elect	      4                                     studies elect	      4
                                                                                                    Tech . elect	         3
    FIFTH      Nuc . Engr . 4110	     3  Nuc. Engr . 4120	      3   Nuc . Engr . 4130 . .    . .3
    YEAR       Nuc . Engr . 4210	     3 Nuc . Engr . 4220	      3   Nuc . Engr . 4230 . .   . .3
               Nuc . Engr . 4710	     4  Nuc . Engr 4720	       4   Nuc . Engr . 4730 . .   . .3
               Nuc . Engr . 4820	     3  Tech . elect	          3   Nuc . Engr . 4810 . .   . .3
               Tech . elect	          3  Humanities/social          Humanities/social
                                           studies elect	       4     studies elect         . 4     TOTAL: 200 hours



    Students Working Spring and Winter Quarters-Group B
                         Fall                     Winter                    Spring                         Summer
    FIRST      Math . 1840	           4   Math . 1850	          4   Math . 1860	              4
    YEAR       Engl . 1010 or 1011	   3   English 1020	         3   English 1033	             3              WORK
               Chem . 1110	           4   Chem . 1120	          4   Chem . 1130	              4
               Graphics 1410	         2   Basic Engr . 1410	    3   Graphics 1420	            3
               Basic Engr . 1310	     4   Basic Engr . 1330	    4   Basic Engr . 1320	        4
    SECOND      Math . 2840	          4                             Math . 2850	              4
    YEAR        Physics 2310	         3                             Physics 2320	             3
                Met . Engr . 3110	    4           WORK              ES & M 3700	              4             WORK
                Nuc . Engr . 2310	    1                             Nuc . Engr . 2320	        1
               'Humanities/social                                   Humanities/social
                  studies elect	      4                               studies elect	          4
    THIRD      Math . 2860	           4                             Math . 4610	              3
    YEAR       Physics 3710	          3                             Elec . Engr . 3110	       3
               ES&M3311	              4           WORK              Math . 3150	              3             WORK
               Nuc . Engr. 2330	      1                             Physics 3720 	            3
               'Humanities/social                                   Humanities/social
                 studies elect	       4                               studies elect 	         4
    FOURTH     Math . 4550	           3                             Nuc . Engr . 3150 . .3
    YEAR       Nuc . Engr. 3210	      4                             Nuc . Engr . 3220	    4
               Nuc . Engr. 3010	      3           WORK              Indus . Engr . 4250	  3                 WORK
               Elec . Engr . 3120	    3                             Physics 3730	         3
               Humanities/social                                    Tech . elect	         3
                 studies elect 	      4
    FIFTH     Nuc . Engr . 4110	      3   Nuc . Engr . 4120	    3   Nuc . Engr . 4130	        3
    YEAR      Nuc . Engr. 4210	       3   Nuc . Engr . 4220	    3   Nuc . Engr . 4230	        3
              Nuc . Engr . 4710	      4   Nuc . Engr . 4720	    4   Nuc . Engr . 4730	        3
              Nuc . Engr . 4820	      3   Nuc . Engr . 4820	    3   Nuc . Engr . 4810	        3
              Tech . elect	           3   Tech . elect	         3   Tech . elect	             3
                                          Humanities/social         Humanities/social
                                            studies elect	      4     studies elect	          4     TOTAL: 200 hours
144 College of Engineering

application to frames and machines ; friction ; introduc-                                                                 thermodynamic functions. Single and multicomponent
tion to forces in space . Required of all engineering        Chemical, Metallurgical,                                     phase equilibria; phase diagrams . Prereq : Basic Engr.
                                                                                                                          1330, Chemistry 1120, Math 1860 . 3 hrs . and 1 lab.
students except engineering physics majors . Coreq:
Math 1840 . 4 hrs. lec.                                      and Polymer                                                  2011 Sophomore Inspection Trip (0) Inspection trip
1320 Basic Mechanics 11 (4) Position and displace-           Engineering                                                  to industrial plant . Usually scheduled in fall on ETEA
                                                                                                                          day. Required for chemical engineering and metallurgi-
ment vectors ; particle kinetics using Newton's laws,        Professors:                                                  cal engineering majors . S/NC.
impulse-momentum, work-energy ; introduction to sim-         H . F . Johnson (Head), D . Eng . Yale, P .E . ; D . C.
ple harmonic motion . Prereq : 1310; coreq : Math 1850.      Bogue, Ph .D. Delaware; C . R . Brooks, Jr., Ph.D.           2020 Process Principles and Materials II (4) Applica-
4 hrs . lec.                                                 Tennessee ; E . S . Clark, Ph .D . California (Berkeley);    tions of first and second laws of thermodynamics to
                                                             O . L . Culberson (Emeritus), Ph .D . Texas ; L . W.         open systems, thermochemistry, and thermophysics.
Coordinator: P . F. Pasqua                                   Crawford 1 , Ph .D. Cincinnati ; J . F. Fellers, Ph .D.      P-V-T-H relationships for real substances . Material and
                                                             Akron ; G. C. Frazier Jr., D . Eng. Johns Hopkins ; J.       energy balances . Prereq : 2010. 3 hrs. and 1 recitation
1330 Basic Thermodynamics (4) Introduction to ther-          M. Holmes, Ph .D. Tennessee; H . W . Hsu, Ph .D.             period.
modynamics fluid statics, and mechanics . Buoyancy,          Wisconsin; S . H . Jury (Emeritus), Ph .D . Cincinnati, P.
forces on submerged surfaces ; Bernoulli's equation;         E. ; C . D. Lundin, Ph.D . Rensselaer Polytechnical          2030 Process Principles and Materials Ill (4) Materi-
first law of thermodynamics discussing work, heat, and       Institute ; C. F . Moore, Ph .D . Louisiana State ; B. F.    als structure-property relationships for metals, inor-
other forms of energy . Required of all engineering          Oliver, Ph .D . Pennsylvania State ; J . J . Perona, Ph.D.   ganic and organic compounds, with emphasis on
students except engineering physics majors . Prereq:         Northwestern, P .E ., Associate Dept. Head, Chemical         mechanisms of control of properties by chemical com-
                                                             Engineering ; J . W . Prados (Vice President for
1310 ; coreq: Math 1850. 3 hrs . and one 3-hr. lab.          Academic Affairs), Ph .D. Tennessee; J . E. Spruiell,
                                                                                                                          position, thermal and mechanical treatment ; crystal-
                                                             Ph .D . Tennessee, Associate Dept . Head,                    lography, imperfections, mechanical properties, heat
1410 Engineering Computations (2) Familiarization            Metallurgical Engineering ; E . E . Stansbury2 , Ph .D.      treatment, molecular weight, and particle size distribu-
and introduction to the university computing systems         Cincinnati ; C. O . Thomas, Ph .D. Tennessee; R. A.          tions . Prereq: 2010 ; Chemistry 1130 . 3 hrs . and 1 lab
for problems . BASIC language. Prereq : Math 1840 . 2        Vandermeer, Ph .D . Illinois Institute of Technology; R.     period.
hrs. and open computation lab.                               E. C . Weaver (Dean of Engineering), Ph .D . Princeton,
                                                             P.E . ; J . L. White3 , Ph .D. Delaware ; M . A. Wright',    2220 Analog Computer Practice (1) Introduction to
                                                             Ph.D. Wales.                                                 fundamentals of analog programming . Analog comput-
Graphics (443)                                                                                                            er facilities and analog simulation languages will be
                                                             Associate Professor:                                         emphasized. Prereq: Math 2840 ; Physics 2310 or Elec.
Coordinator : W. A . Lyday                                   W . T. Becker, Ph .D . Illinois ; D . D. Bruns, Ph .D.       Engr. 3110 or consent of instructor . One lab . S/NC.
                                                             Houston ; R . M . Counce, Ph .D . Tennessee.
Basic Faculty:                                               Assistant Professor:                                         2230 Mini Computer Practice (1) Use of mini comput-
Professors C. A . Newton (Emeritus), M .S . Syracuse;        F. Weber, Ph .D . University of Minnesota.                   ers. Prereq : Basic Engineering 1410, or consent of
W . W. Thomas, Jr. (Emeritus), B .S . Tennessee;                                                                          instructor . One lab . S/NC.
Associate Professors G . H . Parham, Jr. (Emeritus),         +Space Institute, Tullahoma
B.S. Cincinnati ; E . K . Boyce, M .S. Tennessee ; W . A.    2Alumni Distinguished Service Professor                      2240 Mini Computer Data Acquisition (1) Mini com-
Lyday, Jr., M .S. Tennessee.                                 2Distinguished Professor                                     puters for data acquisition . Prereq : 2230 or consent of
                                                             BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PROGRAM                                  instructor. One lab . S/NC.
1310-20-30 Fundamentals of Engineering Graphics                 Separate complete curricula are offered in
(2,2,2) Graphic representation of three-dimensional                                                                       3100 Introduction to the Materials of Technology
                                                             chemical engineering and in metallurgical                    (4) Examination of sources, processing, and properties
shape and size by orthographic and pictorial projec-
tion ; sketching and dimensioning ; tolerances. Problem      engineering . However, the first two years of                of metallic, ceramic, polymeric, and composite materi-
solving utilizing spatial relationships and graphical vec-   these curricula are identical and a decision as              als based upon an historical perspective and current
tor analysis, and graphic presentation of engineering        to choice can be made in the third year . Both               practices in technology, architecture, and art . Lectures
data . Must be taken in sequence. Two 3-hr. periods or       curricula are arranged to provide a central                  and demonstrations . Open to students in all colleges.
three 2-hr. periods.                                         core of courses with flexibility in the upper-               Prereq : Introductory science course.
                                                             division years to permit emphasis on                         4310-20 Seminar (1,1) Presentation and discussion of
1410-20 Fundamentals of Engineering Graphics                 preparation for graduate study or technical                  economic, political, humanistic, and other topics of
(3.3) Graphical representation of three-dimensional
                                                             employment . Graduation in either chemical or                interest to chemical and metallurgical engineers.
shape and size ; space relationships . Graphical presen-                                                                  S/NC.
                                                             metallurgical engineering requires a minimum
tation of engineering data. Required of all engineering
students . Must be taken in sequence . One lecture and       grade point average of 2 .00 for all
three 2-hr. periods or two 3-hr . periods.                   departmental courses.                                         Chemical Engineering (226)
                                                             GRADUATE STUDY PROGRAMS                                       3010 Industrial Inspection Trips (1) Technology of
                                                                Graduate programs leading to the degrees
 Engineering Studies                                         of Master of Science and Doctor of
                                                                                                                           chemical process industries emphasizing Tennessee
                                                                                                                           industry; plant trips . S/NC.
 (Non-Departmental Unit)                                     Philosophy with majors in chemical
                                                             engineering, metallurgical engineering, or                    3040 Chemical Engineering Thermodynamics (4)
                                                             polymer engineering are offered.                              Applications of the second law of thermodynamics to
 Engineering Studies (338)                                      A program leading to the M .S. and Ph .D.
                                                                                                                           physical and chemical processes and thermodynamic
                                                                                                                           cycles; applications of the Gibbs function to one, two,
Coordinator: E. E . Stansbury                                degrees with specialization in polymer science                and three phase chemical systems ; use of tabular and
                                                             and engineering in chemical engineering is                    graphical data in equilibrium calculations . Prereq:
2100 Introduction to Engineering Methodology                 conducted jointly with the Department of                      Chemet. Engr . 2020; Chemistry 1130 ; coreq : Math
(4)introduces non-engineering students to representa-        Chemistry which offers a degree with similar                  2840 . 3 hrs. and 1 lab period.
tive methods utilized in engineering design, develop-        specialization.
ment, operation, and evaluation of processes and                                                                           3050 Thermophysical Properties (4) Estimation of
                                                                These programs have been strengthened
products for society ; use of physical laws and exam-                                                                      properties of gases, liquids, and solutions . Absorption
ples of techniques such as modeling, systems analy-          by fellowships or grants provided by industrial               phenomena, emulsions. Prereq : 3040.
sis, economic balances ; problems of resource use and        companies including Dow, DuPont, General
technology control ; thematic approach may be used.          Electric, Shell, Texaco, Procter and Gamble,                  3230 Special Problems (3) Investigation of chemical
                                                             Celanese, Monsanto, American Enka, Union                      engineering problems.
 4100 History of Engineering (4) History of technolo-        Carbide, Stauffer, Owens Corning, Cities
 gy and engineering with emphasis on identification of                                                                     3410 Flow of Fluids (4) Differential and overall mo-
                                                             Service, and Eastman Kodak, and by graduate                   mentum balances, mechanical energy balances ; flow
 and developments in major areas such as transporta-         fellowships and traineeships provided by                      in tubes, piping systems, and packed beds ; metering
 tion, communication, energy, manufacturing, design,
 and materials. Relationship to social and political         National Science Foundation . Other aid to                    devices, pumps . Prereq: Chemet. Engr. 2020, Math
                                                             students has been available through research                  2850 . 3 hrs . and 1 lab.
 structures of historical periods . Open lo all students.
                                                             assistantships on contracts with industry and
                                                                                                                           3420 Heat Transfer (4) Differential and overall energy
 4200 Technology Forecasting and Assessment (4)              governmental agencies. The University's
                                                                                                                           balances ; steady and unsteady state, heat conduction
 Procedures and problems in forecasting of conse-            Graduate School operates a Resident                           in simple geometries ; heat transfer in tubes and heat
 quences of existing and new technologies; assess-           Graduate Program at Oak Ridge, Kingsport,                     exchangers ; condensation and boiling radiation.
 ment of and decisions on use of these technologies.         and Chattanooga.                                               Prereq: 3410 . 3 hrs. and 1 lab.
 Social, political, economic, and technological implica-        See the Graduate Catalog for detailed
 tions of consequence-based assessment and control           information.                                                  3440 Stagewise Operations (3) Analytical and graph-
 of technology . Open to all students.                                                                                     ical methods to stagewise separatory operations.
                                                                                                                           Prereq: Chemet. Engr. 3040.
 4300 The Interaction Between Science and Engi-               Chemical and Metallurgical
 neering (4) Historical-to-current analysis of interac-       Engineering (227)                                            3450 Diffuslonal Operations (3) Diffusion simultane-
 tions between science and engineering-patterns of                                                                         ous heat and mass transfer, applications including
 mutual stimulation and of distinction . Open to all          2010 Process Principles and Materials I (4) Behavior         humidification, gas absorption, extraction. Prereq:
 students .                                                   of gases. First and second laws of thermodynamics,           3420, Chemet . Engr 3040 .
                                                                                                                                           College of Engineering                145

 3610 Introduction to Process Dynamics and Con-                 models, experimental process identification, process       6900 Advanced Topics of Chemical Engineering (3)
 trol (3) Introduction to concepts of process dynamics          computer simulation, conventional and non-conven-
 and control . Steady-state analysis of chemical process        tional feedback control, advanced control concepts.
 control systems . Unsteady state nature of chemical            Prereq : 3620 or equivalent background in basic control    Metallurgical Engineering (679)
 processes . LaPlace transform techniques, block dia-           theory and differential equations.
 gram algebra, and transfer functions . Mathematical                                                                       2040 Experimental Methods in Metallurgy (4) Lec-
 models for several processes are developed and                4730 Mass and Energy Flow in Biological Systems             tures provide subject bases for laboratory experi-
 analyzed in detail . Prereq: Math 2840.                       (3) Basic physiochemical and organizational principles      ments . Experiments include thermocouple calibra-
                                                               applicable to biological systems. Derivations of gener-     tions, use of potentiometers, x-ray plotters, computer
 3620 Chemical Process Control (3) Basic control               al equations of biomass and energy transfer . Ther-         experimental data acquisition and readout, dilatometer
 theory applied to chemical processes : feedback con-          modynamics of transport and equilibrium in biological       study, electrical resistivity measurements, microscope
 trol systems, cascade control, feed-forward control,          systems. Discussion of Volterra's equation and biologi-     calibration and metallographic preparation and
 stability analysis, frequency response . Survey of mod-       cal clocks, etc . Prereq: Consent of instructor.            photomicrography. 2 hrs . and 2 labs . Prereq: 2030.
 ern control of typical industrial unit operations . Prereq:
 3610.                                                         4740 Introduction to Transport Phenomena in Bio-            2110 Engineering Materials I (3) Introductory course
                                                               logical Systems (3) Application of principles of trans-     correlating the atomic, crystal, and microstructure of
 4010-20 Thesis (3,3) Investigation and report of ele-         port phenomena to biological systems . Transfer of          solids and mechanical, physical, and chemical proper-
 mentary chemical engineering problem.                         chemical energy and various cellular active transports;     ties of engineering significance . 3 hrs . or 2 hrs . and 1
                                                               structure and rheology of physiological fluids, mem-        lab . Prereq : Sophomore standing in engineering.
 4110 Chemical Engineering Data Analysis (3) Ana-              brane and interfacial phenomena ; analysis and design
 lytical and experimental identification of system ex-         of artificial organs. Prereq : 3440 and 3450, or consent    2210 Electron Microscopy (1) Presents to science
 tremals ; statistical properties of samples and source        of instructor.                                              and engineering students a brief introduction to the
 systems; empirical modeling of processes ; statistical                                                                    operation of the electron microscope and its applica-
 process control . Prereq : 3420, Math 3150.                   4750 Microbiological Process Engineering (3) Ap-            tions to scientific problems . Prereq : Physics 2310-20.
                                                               plication of chemical engineering principles and design     3-hr. lab. S/NC.
 4120 Probabilistic Chemical Engineering Systems               concept to microbiological processes ; continuous cul-
 (3) Experiment designs, simulation of stochastic sys-         ture of microorganisms, food processing and pharma-                                             1
                                                                                                                           3010 Industrial Inspection Trips (1' Technology of
 tems, predictive techniques, and analysis of networks         ceutical processes . Prereq : 3440, 3450, or consent of     metallurgical industries, emphasizing Tennessee in-
 in the process industries . Prereq : 4110.                    instructor.                                                 dustry; plant trips . S/NC.
4130 Introduction to Optimization (3) Principles and           4760 Principles of Biochemical Separation (3) Fun-          3040 Metallurgical Thermodynamics (4) Applica-
applications of optimization techniques to chemical            damental aspects and similarities of modern biochemi-      tions of laws of thermodynamics to problems of metal-
process design; unconstrained optimization, equality           cal separation methods ; classroom demonstrations,          lurgical interest . Second law and entropy ; auxiliary
constrained optimization, inequality constrained op-           design of production and analytical systems . Prereq:      functions ; relationship between free energies and
timization, and dynamic programming . Prereq : Math            Consent of instructor.                                     phase diagrams ; reaction equilibria in gases and be-
2840.
                                                                                                                          tween gases and condensed phases . Use of heat
                                                               4900 Special Problems in Chemical Engineering (3)          capacity and free energy data in calculations . Con-
4220 Chemical Engineering Laboratory (3) Labora-               Chemical engineering problems related to recent
tory investigations of controlling factors in chemical                                                                    cepts of activity and activity coefficient and their varia-
engineering operations . Prereq : 3440-50, 3620, 4530.         developments in industrial practice or engineering         tion with T, P, and composition . Prereq: Chemet. Engr.
                                                               research . Prereq: Consent of instructor. May be re-       2020 ; Chemistry 1130; coreq : Math 2840 . 3 hrs . and 1
                                                               peated . Maximum credit 9 hours.                           lab period.
4230 Project Laboratory (3) Laboratory investigation
of chemical engineering problem, stressing techniques          GRADUATE
of group effort. May be repeated.                                                                                         3050 Production Metallurgy (3) Principles of roast-
                                                                                                                          ing, smelting, and refining . Gas liquid equilibria, slag-
                                                               5000 Thesis
4410 Design of Separation Processes (3) Mass                                                                              metal processes and solution behavior, correlation
transfer theory applied to design of materials separa-                                                                    with phase constitution . Kinetics of reactions, rate
tion processes . Prereq : 3440-50.                             5010 Graduate Seminar (1)                                  laws, activated complex theory, adsorption and cataly-
                                                               5050 Engineering Analysis (3)                              sis and applications . Prereq : 3040, Chem . Engr. 3410
4420 Process Design and Economic Analysis (3)                                                                             and 3420 or equivalent. 3 hrs. or 2 hrs . and 1 lab.
Development of basic information on a process into an          5120 Heat Convection (3)
integrated plant design considering mass and energy                                                                       3110 Engineering Materials I (4) Introductory course
balances. Product specifications, equipment charac-            5130 Methods of Optimization (3)                           correlating the atomic, crystal, and microstructure of
teristics, capital investment, operating costs, and eco-                                                                  solids with mechanical, physical, and chemical proper-
nomic merit. Prereq : 4410, 4530.                              5210 Process Dynamics (3)                                  ties of engineering significance . 3 hrs. and 1 lab.
4430 Special Problems In Design and Economics                  5250 Chemical Process Industry Economics (3)               3120 Engineering Materials II (3) Extension of 2110
(3) Extension of 4420 for student participation in A .I.                                                                  with emphasis on control of mechanical properties of
Ch . E . annual contest problem ; other advanced design        5310 Thermodynamics of Heterogeneous Equilib-              materials by specification of composition, thermal, and
projects . Prereq : 4420.                                      rium (3)                                                   mechanical treatment ; correlation of resultant proper-
                                                                                                                          ties with service performance . Suggested for mechani-
4450 Hydrocarbon Processing (3) Study of special-              5320 Statistical Thermodynamics (3)                        cal, civil, and industrial engineering students.
ized characterization of physical properties of fossil
fuel raw materials and products, and of processes for          5510 Chemical Reactor Design (3)                           3130 Engineering Materials III (3) Extension of 2110
conversion of fossil fuel raw materials into products                                                                     with emphasis on control of electrical and magnetic
needed in industrial energy, industrial raw material and       5610 Stagewise Mass Transfer Operations (3)                properties of materials by specification of composition,
consumer markets. Prereq : 3440.                                                                                          thermal, and mechanical treatment; correlation or re-
                                                               5620 Differential Mass Transfer Operations (3)             sultant properties with service performance. Sug-
4470 Sulfur Removal from Coal and Associated
Problems (3) Chemical and physical properties of                                                                          gested for electrical engineering students.
                                                               5810 Mechanics of Viscous Flow (3)
domestic coals, sulfur distributions ; beneficiation by                                                                   3140 Engineering Material IV (3) Extension of 2110
both physical and chemical methods ; fluidized bed             5900 Special Topics in Chemical Engineering
combustion with both natural and synthetic SOx sor-                                                                       with emphasis on materials processing, specification,
bents; stack gas SOx scrubbing. Prereq : Consent of                                                                       and evaluation . Suggested for mechanical and indus-
                                                               6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                    trial engineering students.
instructor.
                                                               6130 Process Optimization (3)                              3150 Engineering Materials V (3) Extension of 3110
 4480 Coal Processing to Liquid Fuels (3) Charac-
terization of various coals with respect to current                                                                       with emphasis on mechanisms and control of reac-
                                                               6210 Advanced Diffusional Operations (3)                   tions of engineering materials with aqueous, non-
liquification methods; modeling of conversion pro-
cesses and estimation of maximum yields ; water and                                                                       aqueous, and gaseous environments . Prereq: 2110 or
                                                               6250 Venture Analysis in the Process Industries (3)        3110 or Chemet. Engr . 2030.
oxygen requirements; pyrolysis; catalytic hydrogena-
tion ; reactor design considerations ; review critique of      6310 Thermodynamics of Irreversible Processes
selected articles from both the current literature and         (3)                                                        3160 Engineering Materials VI (3) Extension of 2110
patents. Prereq : Consent of instructor.                                                                                  with emphasis on materials of significance in nuclear
                                                               6320 Statistical Thermodynamics of Non-equilibrl-          engineering ; nuclear reactor construction materials,
4530 Chemical Engineering Reaction Kinetics (3)                um Systems (3)                                             nuclear fuel materials, and interaction of radiation with
Chemical reaction rates in closed and flow systems;                                                                       solids to produce changes in engineering properties.
interpretation of laboratory and pilot plant data ; reactor    6410 Stability Phenomena in Chemical Engineer-             Suggested for nuclear and mechanical engineering.
design . Prereq: 3420, Chemet. Engr. 3040, Chemistry           ing : Discrete Systems (3)
3430.                                                                                                                     3170 Engineering Materials VII (3) Extension of 2110
                                                               6420 Stability Phenomena in Chemical Engineer-             to biomedical applications of materials . Engineering
4540 Fluid-Solid Operations (3) Heat and mass                  ing : Continuous Systems (3)                               materials in biomedical applications; metals, polymers,
transport in fixed and fluidized beds : applications in-                                                                  and ceramics ; prosthetic devices ; dental applications;
clude absorption, ion exchange, crystallization . Prereq:      6510 Applied Chemical Reaction Kinetics (3)                corrosion problems ; failure analysis ; fabrication.
3440-50.                                                                                                                  Prereq: 2110 or equivalent.
                                                               6520 Catalytic Reactor Design (3)
4620 Process Modeling, Simulation, and Control of                                                                         3210 Plastic Deformation (4) Phenomena and theory
Chemical Processes (3) Development of process                  6710 Process Dynamics (3)                                  of plasticity of single and polycrystalline materials.
146       College of Engineering

Applicable concepts of crystallography and x-ray dif-          5050 Engineering Analysis (3)                               5050 Engineering Analysis (3)
fraction ; use of stereographic projections . Prereq:
Chemet. Engr. 2030 . 3 hrs. and 1 lab.                         5110 Point Defects and Dislocations (3)                     5110 Structural Characterization of Polymers with
                                                                                                                           Electromagnetic Radiation (3)
3220 Diffusion and Annealing (3) Introduction to               5120 Plastic Deformation I (3)
                                                                                                                           5120 Characterization of Orientation In Polymer
solid state kinetics: point defects, solid solutions, diffu-
sion equations and mechanisms, annealing of cold               5130 Plastic Deformation II (3)                             Systems (3)
worked structures . Prereq : 3040.
                                                               5140 Diffusion and Annealing in Solids (3)                  5210 Mechanics of Polymer Fluids and Solids (3)
3230 Phase Transformations (4) Thermodynamic                                                                               5230 Mechanical Behavior of Solid Polymers (3)
and structural factors governing binary equilibrium.           5150 Phase Transformations (3)
Ternary systems . Kinetics and morphology of                   5170-80 Plastic Deformation (3,3)                           5310 Polymer Solution Properties and Charac-
precipitation and phase transformations in simple and                                                                      terization (3)
complex systems . Prereq : 3220. 3 hrs . and 1 lab.            5210-20-30 Welding Metallurgy (3,3,3)
                                                                                                                           5410 Rheology and Polymer Processing (3)
3310 Biomedical Applications of Materials for Life             5310 Solidification and Crystal Growth I (3)
Scientists (3) Principles of engineering materials; met-                                                                   5450 Principles of Injection and Blow Molding
als, polymers, and ceramics ; methods of fabrication of        5410-20-30 Advanced X-Ray Diffraction (3,3,3)               Operations (3)
components ; corrosion ; applications of prosthetic de-
vices and dental materials. Prereq : Chemistry 1110-           5510-20 Applied Properties of Solids (3,3)                  5511 Laboratory Methods In Polymer Engineering I
20-30 or equivalent.                                                                                                       (1)
                                                               5540-50 Electron Microscopy I and II (3,3)
3520 Materials Behavior and Chemical Process                                                                               5512 Laboratory Methods in Polymer Engineering
Equipment Design (3) Mechanical, metallurgical, and            5610-20 Radiation Effects on Materials (3,3)                II (1)
chemical considerations in design of chemical pro-
cessing equipment. Prereq : Chemet . Engr . 2030 or            5750 Corrosion (3)                                          5513 Laboratory Methods In Polymer Engineering
equivalent; 3150; Chem . Engr . 3420 . (Same as Engi-                                                                      III (1)
neering Mechanics 3520 .)                                      5810-20-30 Special Topics In Metallurgy (3,3,3)
                                                                                                                           5610 Textile Processing (1)
3710 Metallurgical Applications in Manufacturing               5840-50 Metallurgy of Deformation and Fracture
Technology (3) Fabrication methods and principles of           (3,3)                                                       5620 Textile Engineering Mechanics (3)
mechanical/thermal processing for finished and semi-
finished articles ; casting, powder metallurgy, plastic        5910-20-30 Metallurgical Thermodynamics (3,3,3)             5710 Phase Transformations In Polymer Systems
forming, joining, heat treatment . Prereq : 2110.                                                                          (3)
                                                               6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation
4010-20 Thesis (3-6,3-6) Investigation and report on                                                                       5810 Physical Properties of Polymer Structures (3)
                                                               6110-20-30 Theoretical Metallurgy (3,3,3)
metallurgical engineering problem.
                                                                                                                           5910-20-30 Selected Topics in Polymer Science
                                                               6210-20-30 Rate Processes in Metallurgy (3,3,3)
4230 Project Laboratory (3) Group or individual                                                                            (3,3,3)
investigation of problems related to metallurgical engi-       6320-30 Solidification and Crystal Growth II and III
neering or materials science . May be repeated for a                                                                       6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation
                                                               (3,3)
maximum of 9 credits . Prereq: Minimum of one course
beyond 2110, 3110 or Chemet. Engr . 2030.                                                                                  6110 Optical Properties of Polymer (3)
                                                               6410-20 Thermodynamics of Solids (3,3)
4240 Engineering Materials Design (3) Property con-                                                                        6150 Advanced X-Ray Diffraction Methods for
                                                               6810 Mechanical and Physical Properties of                  Characterization of Macromolecules (3)
trol through composition, heat treatment, and transfor-        Crystals I (3)
mation in ferrous alloys . Plain carbon steels, alloy
steels, and tool steel processing for property selection       6820 Mechanical and Physical Properties of                  6210 Non-Linear Viscoelasticity (3)
and service requirements . Prereq : 3230 or consent of         Crystals II (3)                                             6220 Advanced Methods In Polymer Processing (3)
instructor.
                                                               6830 Seminar in Anisotropic Properties of Crystals          6230 Advanced Mechanical Behavior of Polymers
4250 Design and Analysis (3) Design and laboratory             (3)
sessions on analysis of materials requirements and                                                                         (3)
performance in engineering structures and com-                 Polymer Engineering (805)                                   6250 Large Deformation Elasticity (3)
ponents. Prereq : Senior standing.
                                                               4230-40 Project Laboratory (3,3) Laboratory in-             6450 Liquid Crystals : Structure, Characterization,
4510 X-Ray Diffraction and Its Applications (4)                vestigation of polymer engineering problem . Written        Technology (1)
Lectures and laboratory work in the basic principles           report required for each quarter.
and applications of x-ray diffraction from materials.                                                                      6610 Advanced Industrial Polymer Chemistry (3)
Diffraction theory, powder technique, precision lattice        4910 Applied Polymer Science (3) First course in
constants, chemical, analysis and phase identification,        physical properties of polymers. Polymer structure,         6910-20-30 Recent Advances In Polymer Science
preferred orientation . 3 hrs . and 1 lab.                     crystalline and glass transitions, physical properties of   and Engineering (3,3,3)
                                                               amorphous and crystalline polymers, crystallization
4540 Fracture-Safe Design (3) (Same as Engr . Sci.             kinetics, and mechanical properties are discussed.
and Mech . 4540 .)                                             Prereq : Senior standing in engineering or science . Not
                                                               for graduate credit by polymer engineering majors.
                                                                                                                           Civil Engineering
4730 Mechanical Metallurgy I (4) Elastic behavior.                                                                         Including Environmental Engineering
Description of stress, strain, and stress-strain rela-         4920 Polymer Processing (3) Rheological properties          Professors:
tions; plane stress vs. plane strain loading ; failure by      of polymer melts and solutions, viscometry ; unit opera-    W. L. Grecco (Head), Ph.D . Michigan State, P. E . ; G.
yielding ; stress concentration and notch sensitivity;         tions of fiber, plastics, and rubber industries : dimen-    Burdette 1 , Ph .D. Illinois, P .E . ; A . Chatterjee, Ph.D.
ductile fracture ; brittle fracture due to geometry and        sional analysis and scale-up, flow through dies and         North Carolina State, P .E . ; F. A . Gifford, Ph .D.
loading rate . Prereq : First course in Materials Science      pipelines, screw extrusion, spinning of fibers, injection   Pennsylvania State ; D . W . Goodpasture, Ph .D.
and ESM 3311 . Also suggested for Mechanical Eng.              molding . Prereq: Senior standing in engineering or
                                                               science. Not for graduate credit by polymer engineer-       Illinois, P .E. ; K . W. Heathington, Ph .D . Northwestern,
and Eng . Science students.                                                                                                P.E .; W. H . Highter, Ph.D. Purdue, P .E. ; J . B.
                                                               ing majors.                                                 Humphreys, Ph .D. Texas A & M, P .E . ; F . C . Larson
4740 Mechanical Metallurgy II (4) Brittle fracture due                                                                     (Emeritus), M .S . Virginia Polytechnic, P .E . ; R . A.
                                                               4930 Principles of Fiber Textile Engineering (3)
to metallurgical and environmental factors ; fatigue;          Chemical and crystalline structure of important fibers;     Minear, Ph .D . Washington; B. A . Tschantz 3, Sc .D.
residual stresses ; creep and stress rupture; effect of                                                                    New Mexico State, P .E. ; C . R . Walker (Emeritus),
                                                               melt, wet and dry spinning of man-made fibers ; draw-
micro-structure; finite plastic strain and plastic stress-     ing and texturizing; preparation of yarn ; dyeing, weav-    M .S. Massachusetts Institute of Technology, P .E . ; D.
strain relations; fabrication by forging rolling, deep         ing, and knitting . Emphasis on quantitative aspects.       W. Weeter, Ph .D . Purdue, P .E .; J . Wegmann 2 , Ph .D.
drawing ; formability testing. Prereq: 4730 or M.E . 3650,      Prereq: Senior standing in engineering or science.         Northwestern.
and a first course in Materials Science, or consent of
instructor . Suggested for Eng . Science and Mech . Eng.       4940 Plastics Fabrication Operations (3) Lecture            Associate Professors:
students.                                                      and laboratory course treating unit operations of plas-     W. F . Brandes (Director, Water Resources Research
                                                               tics industry. Types and mechanisms of operation of         Center), M .S . Illinois; W . T. Davis, Ph .D . Tennessee;
4760 Casting and Welding (3) Principles and pro-               machinery used and structure and properties of fabri-       J. H . Hansen 3 , Ph .D . Missouri ; D . C . Jameson, Jr.,
cesses of casting and welding : heat transfer, solidifica-     cated parts . Operations to include extrusion, co-extru-    M .S. Tennessee, P .E . ; G. D. Kressin, J . D.
tion, segregation, gas-metal and slagmetal interac-            sion, injection molding including structural foam, ther-    Tennessee ; A. B . Moore, M.S . Tennessee ; R . F. Tiry
tions, thermal treatments, associated stresses . Prereq:       moforming, blow molding, rotational molding, etc.           (Emeritus), B .S. Marquette, P .E.
3120 or 3230 . 3 hrs . or 2 hrs. and 1 lab.                    Prereq : Senior standing in engineering or science.
                                                                                                                           Assistant Professors:
GRADUATE                                                       GRADUATE                                                    E . S. Houghland, Ph .D . VPI & SU; R . B . Robinson,
                                                                                                                           Ph .D. Iowa State, P .E.
5000 Thesis                                                    5000 Thesis
                                                                                                                           ''Fred N. Peebles Professor
 5010 Graduate Seminar (1)                                     5010 Graduate Seminar (1)                                   ' 2 IBM Professor
                                                                                                                                           College of Engineering               147

3Space Institute, Tullahoma                                   3360 Surveying Practice (3) Route surveying proce-           includes integration of system planning and project
' 4 Condra Professor                                          dures. Two 3-hr. labs . Coreq: 2360.                         planning to design and construction procedures.
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE PROGRAM                                                                                                Prereq : 2360, 3600 and 3610.
                                                              3600 Transportation Planning (3) Emphasis on
   The curriculum in civil engineering is                     transportation problems and perspectives, both rural         4620 Airport Planning and Design I (3) Emphasis on
designed to provide training in fundamental                   and urban ; use of the planning process to establish         airport master planning . Included for consideration on
engineering sciences and in certain non-                      existing travel patterns, modeling of demand, propos-        the air side are runway configuration, capacity,
technical and basic subjects in various civil                 ing alternatives and their evaluation, and plan imple-       geometrics, and lighting ; and on the land side are
                                                              mentation . Prereq: Junior standing.                         included terminal layout and design, and ground ac-
engineering fields to serve as a basis for                                                                                 cess systems and parking. Prereq : 3600, 3610.
entrance into civil engineering practice, and/or              3610 Transportation Engineering (3) Introductory
for graduate study . By use of technical                      course on design, construction, maintenance, and             4640 Traffic Engineering (3) Characteristics of driver,
electives (27 hours maximum), a student can                   operation of various transportation modes, their             vehicle, and roadway and their interrelationship ; traffic
specialize as primary or secondary areas of                   guideways and terminals. Prereq : Junior standing.           studies; basic considerations of traffic circulation and
                                                                                                                           control ; elements of urban transportation planning
study in construction, environmental                          3710 Materials of Construction (3) Physical and              studies. Prereq : Senior Standing.
engineering, geotechnical/materials,                          mechanical properties of specific construction materi-
structures, transportation, or water resources.               als, behavior of materials and structures under load,        4650 Highway Engineering II (3) Integration and
Primary specialization will be shown on the                   ferrous and nonferrous metals, cements, concrete,            application of various engineering principles and tech-
                                                              asphalt, and wood. 2 lectures and 1 lab . Prereq: Engr.      niques to process of planning, locating, and design of
student's transcript.                                         Science Mech . 3311.                                         highway facility through comprehensive team project.
   Students are required to maintain a                                                                                     1 lecture and 2 labs . Prereq: 4600.
cumulative grade point average of at least                    4110 Concrete Design (3) Reinforced concrete
2 .00 in all civil engineering and environmental              beams and columns ; use of standard specifications.          4660 Airport Planning and Design 11 (3) Integration
                                                              Prereq : 3210 and 3710.                                      and application of principles of airport master planning
engineering courses taken at The University of                                                                             for purpose of site selection and design of an airport
Tennessee, Knoxville, and used to satisfy the                 4120 Concrete Design (3) Reinforced concrete con-            facility through comprehensive team project ; includes
graduation requirements.                                      tinuous beams and floor slabs ; footings and retaining       environmental evaluation of design . 1 lecture and 2
                                                              walls . Prereq: 4110 and 4410.                               labs . Prereq : 4620.
MASTER OF SCIENCE AND MASTER OF
ENGINEERING PROGRAMS                                          4220 Foundations (3) Subsurface investigations ; de-         4710 Portland Cement Concrete Mix Design (3)
   Graduate programs in civil engineering and                 sign of shallow and deep foundations on cohesive and         Properties and tests of portland cement concrete,
                                                              cohenionless soils. Foundations on rock . Lateal earth       methods of concrete mix design, non-destructive con-
environmental engineering leading to the                      pressure. Stability of slopes in homogenous clays.           crete evaluation testing, use of concrete admixtures . 2
degree of Master of Engineering are offered                   Prereq : 3315 and Geology 2610.                              lectures and 1 lab . Prereq: 3710.
to graduates of recognized undergraduate
curricula.                                                    4230 Legal and Ethical Aspects of Engineering (3)            4720 Asphalt and Bituminous Concrete (3) Proper-
   The general requirements for the masters'                  Legal principles underlying engineering work ; laws of       ties and tests of asphalts and asphaltic mixes, mix
                                                              contracts, torts, agency, real property ; problems of        design and bituminous concrete . Emphasis on use of
degrees are stated in the Graduate Catalog.                   professional registration and ethics.                        asphalt in transportation construction projects . 2 lec-
DOCTORAL PROGRAM                                                                                                           tures and 1 lab. Prereq : 3710.
                                                              4240 Structural Design (3) Plate girders, composite
   Graduate work leading to the degree of                     steel and concrete beams, connections and details,           4731-32 Earthquake Resistant Structure I, II (4,4)
Doctor of Philosophy with a major in civil                    and design of small industrial building . Two 3-hr.          (Same as Architecture 4731-32 .)
engineering is offered . Major fields of study                periods . Prereq: 3230 and 4410.
include environmental engineering,                                                                                         4800 Introduction to Civil Engineering Systems (3)
                                                              4260 Photogrammetry (3) Methods of plotting maps             Methods of modeling civil engineering systems and
geotechnical/materials, structural engineering,
                                                              from aerial photographs; stereoscopic plotting instru-       their specific application to problems of transportation,
transportation, and water resources.                          ments ; applications. Prereq : 2360, or Forestry Summer      environment, water resources, and materials . Prereq:
   The general requirements for the doctoral                  Camp for forestry majors.                                    Senior standing or consent of instructor.
degree are stated in the Graduate Catalog.
                                                              4320-30 Seminar (1,1) Selected topics dealing with           4850 Elementary Structural Matrix Methods (4)
                                                              historical and modem civil engineering achievements
Civil Engineering (254)                                       and professional and ethical responsibilities. Prereq:
                                                                                                                           (Same as Architecture 4850 and Engineering Science
                                                                                                                           and Mechanics 4850 .)
                                                              Senior standing and completion of all junior level non-
2260 Engineering Surveys (4) Mensuration through              elective engineering courses.
the application of surveying techniques ; the theory of                                                                    4860 Structural Wood Design (3) The application of
errors and their analysis; fundamental concepts of                                                                         structural design principles to structural members of
                                                              4410 Deflections and Statically Indeterminate                various combinations of wood products . Beams, col-
horizontal, vertical, and angular measurement; basic          Structures (3) Deflections of beams and trusses;
surveying operations and computations. 3 hrs. lectures                                                                     umns, and diaphragm construction with plywood are
                                                              analysis of indeterminate beams, trusses, bents, and         covered in some detail . Attention is given to various
and one 3 hr . lab . Prereq : Math 1850.                      frames. Prereq : 3210.                                       types of fastenings and connections . Prereq : 3230.
2310 Seminar (1) Presentation and discussion of               4420 Analysis of Framed Structures (3) Maximum
topics related to civil engineering.                                                                                       4880 Civil Engineering Systems Design and Man-
                                                              stresses due to moving loads; uses of influence lines;       agement (3) Introduction to basic systems engineer-
                                                              lateral forces due to earthquake and wind ; analysis of      ing concepts within civil engineering context ; discus-
2360 Route Surveying (3) Emphasis on basic princi-            portals, building frames, and space frames. Coreq:
ples and practical applications of horizontal and verti-                                                                   sion of the role of decision maker and use of optimal
                                                              4410.                                                        principles of engineering planning. Prereq : Computer
cal alignment of transportation routes, specifically
covering simple, compound, reverse and parabolic                                                                           Science 3150.
                                                              4430 Construction Methods and Equipment (3)
curves and spirals . Earthwork computations . Prereq:         Fundamental operations in construction and selection         4910 Special Topics (1-3) Topics relating to recent
2260.                                                         of equipment; production rates, balancing of equip-          developments and current practice in civil engineering
                                                              ment, and cost estimates. Prereq : 3710.                     through supervised self-study. Prereq : Consent of indi-
3210 Stresses in Framed Structures (3) Reactions,
moments, shears, and stresses in trusses and framed                                                                        vidual instructor and approved by department head.
                                                              4460 Land Surveying (3) Procedures of locating               May be repeated.
structures from fixed loads; influence lines and reac-        properties ; evaluating evidence ; procedures to de-
tions, moments, and shears . Prereq : Engr . Science          scribe property, to create land divisions, and to pre-       GRADUATE
Mech. 3311.                                                   pare plots ; laws of land surveying. Prereq : 2260 or
                                                              equivalent.                                                  5000 Thesis
3230 Design of Framed Structures (3) Selection of
rolled beams ; design of compression and tension              4510-20 Advanced Structural Design (3,3) Plastic             5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
members for axial and combined axial and bending              design in steel in 4510 ; design of typical short span
stresses. Prereq : 3210.                                      steel highway bridges in 4520. Prereq : 3230 for 4510;       5110-20 Statically Indeterminate Structures (3,3)
                                                              3230 and 4110 for 4520.
3310 Soil Mechanics 1 (3) Introduction to soils as a                                                                       5140 Statically Indeterminate Structures (3)
construction material . Identification and classification     4540 Computer Utilization (3) Computer use, eco-
of soil . Compaction, permeability and effective stress.      nomic justification, and extent of use by industry.          5150 Matrix Formulation of Structural Problems (3)
Influence of water on soil behavior . 2 hrs . lecture and 1   Utilization of computers for solution of civil engineering
lab . Prereq: Engr. Science Mech . 3110 and 3311.             problems. Prereq: 3320.                                      5160 Analysis and Design of Plate Structures (3)
3315 Soil Mechanics 11(3) The compressibility of fine         4560 Stabilization of Soils (3) Mechanical stabiliza-        5170 Introduction to Structural Dynamics (3)
grain soils and the theory of time rate of consolidation.     tion of soils by compaction, drainage, and blending;
Shear strength of soils. Failure theories. 2 hrs. lecture     chemical stabilization of soils with admixtures; water-      5180 Finite Element Structural Analysis (3)
and 1 lab.                                                    proofing and modifying soils and additives . 2 hrs. of
                                                              lecture and 1 lab . Prereq: 3310.                            5220 Pavement Design (3)
3320 Computer Applications in Civil Engineering
(1) Solution of Civil Engineering problems through the        4600 Highway Engineering I (3) Design, construc-             5240 Advanced Properties of Materials: Bitumi-
use of digital computers. Prereq : Basic Engr. 1410 .         tion, operation, and maintenance of highway facilities ;     nous Substances and Mixes (3)
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5270 Planning and Transportation (3)                      4000 Environmental Protection (3) A rationale is              study . Prereq : Consent of individual instructor and
                                                          developed for managing water resources, bodily                approved by department head . May be repeated.
5310 Engineering Practice (3)                             wastes and wastewaters, air environment, solid
                                                          wastes commensal insects and rodents, food and                GRADUATE
5320-30 Engineering Practice Applied to Adminis-          exacerbation of physical energy to prevent the impair-
tration of Engineering Projects (3,3)                     ment of health, to promote efficiency and comfort, and        5000 Thesis
                                                          to safeguard the balances in natural ecosystems . The
5410 Construction Contract Law and Administra-            principles of environmental protection are empha-             5002 Non-Thesis Graduation Completion (3-15)
tion (3)                                                  sized . Includes objectives of design and practice with-
                                                          out detailing design or practice methods . Prereq: Se-        5150 Water and Urban Welfare (3)
5420 Structural Model Analysis (3)                        nior standing.                                                5230 Surface Water Transport Processes (3)
5430-40-50 Construction Management I, II, III             4030 Environmental Engineering Chemistry (3)
(3,3,3)                                                                                                                 5232 Sediment Transportation (3)
                                                          Fundamentals of chemistry which relate to generation,
5460-70 Construction Estimating I, II (3,3)               formation analysis, and removal of environmental con-         5240 Flood Control Hydraulics (3)
                                                          taminants. Prereq: Chemistry 1130 and senior stand-
5550 Soli Mechanics-Plastic Equilibrium (3)               ing.                                                          5261 Basic Principles of Remote Sensing (3)

5560 Soil Mechanics-Elastic Behavior (3)                  4150 Urban Water Management (3) Introduction to               5262 Remote Sensing Data Acquisition (3)
                                                          urban water modeling ; evaluation of optimum urban
5570 Soli Mechanics-Seepage (3)                           water policies ; formulation of system constraints and        5263 Remote Sensing Data Analysis and Interpre-
                                                          analysis of decision-making process ; management of           tation (3)
5610 Behavior of Steel Structures (3)                     storm water for beneficial use. Prereq : 3330.
                                                                                                                        5301 Stormwater Modeling I (3)
5730 Prestressed Concrete (3)                             4210 Water Resources Engineering Design (3) Ele-
                                                          ments of water resource structures and systems, in-           5302 Stormwater Modeling II (3)
5740 Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Members              cluding reserviors, dams, control works and open
(3)                                                       channel design . Dam safety control ; environmental           5310 Groundwater Transport Processes (3)
                                                          impact of reservoir projects. Prereq: 3330 or consent
5800 Urban Systems : Engineering and Manage-              of instructor.                                                5330 Descriptive Hydrology (3)
ment I (3)
                                                          4220 Water Resources Engineering Development                  5400 Introduction to Environmental Systems (3)
5805 Urban Systems : Engineering and Manage-              (3) Multi-objective evaluation procedures for compar-
ment II (3)                                               ing and selecting among water resources develop-              5501 Water and Wastewater Treatment Theory I
                                                          ment alternatives ; achieving project optimality; single-     (3)
5810 Traffic Engineering-Characteristlcs(3)
                                                          and multi-purpose projects; special topics in new
                                                          developments in water resources engineering. Prereq:          5502 Water and Wastewater Treatment Theory II
5820 Traffic Engineering-Operations (3)                                                                                 (3)
                                                          3330 or consent of instructor.
5840 Geometric Design (3)                                                                                               5503 Advanced Water and Wastewater Treatment
                                                          4330 Hydrologic Design (3) Application of frequence
                                                          and regression analysis to hydrologic design of water         Systems (3)
5850 Functional Design of City Streets and Urban
Freeways (3)                                              resources system; unsteady surface runoff and
                                                          streamf low modeling; urban peak runoff design using          5530 Environmental Engineering and Natural Sys-
5860 Urban Transportation Planning (3)                    kinematic wave theory ; evaluation of effects of land         tem Behavior (3)
                                                          use changes on steam flow quantity and quality.
5870 Public Transit Planning (3)                                                                                        5551 Water Quality Management (3)
                                                          Prereq : 3330.
5880 Highway Safety I (3)                                                                                               5582 Microbiology for Sanitary Engineers (3)
                                                          4510 Elements of Water and Wastewater Trans-
                                                          port Systems (3) Introduction to theory and design of
5885 Highway Safety II (3)                                                                                              5593 Advanced Environmental Engineering Labo-
                                                          water transportation and distribution systems and             ratory (3)
                                                          wastewater collection systems. Prereq : 3120 and
5890 Traffic Accident Reconstruction (3)                  3330.                                                         5620 Solid Waste Collection Systems (3)
5900 Special Problems in Civil Engineering (1-9)          4520 Elements of Water and Wastewater Treat-                  5630 Design of Solid and Hazardous Waste Dis-
                                                          ment Systems Design (3) Introduction to unit opera-           posal Systems (3)
5910-20-30 Special Topics (1-6,1-6,1-6)
                                                          tions and processes employed in physical, chemical,
6000 Doctoral Research and Dissertation                   and biological treatment of water and wastewater.             5700 Planning and Air Pollution Control (3)
                                                          Application of unit operations and processes in design
6110 Research Development (3)                             of water and wastewater treatment plants . Prereq:            5710 Air Pollution Control Engineering (3)
                                                          3120.
6120 Research Management (3)                                                                                            5715 Ambient Air Monitoring (3)
                                                          4525 Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant De-
6610 Behavior of Steel Bridges and Buildings (3)          sign (3) Detailed process design of water and/or              5720 Air Pollution Particle Collection Theory (3)
                                                          municipal industrial wastewater treatment plants;
6740 Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Beams and            sludge handling systems, and ultimate disposal of             5725 Air Quality Modeling and Impact Assessment
Frames (3)                                                residuals . Prereq : 4520 or equivalent.                      (3)

6750 Behavior of Reinforced Concrete Slabs (3)            4530 Environmental Engineering Laboratory (3)                 5730 Air Pollution Control Device Design (3)
                                                          Standard analytical techniques for evaluation of spe-
6830 Traffic Flow Theory (3)                              cific air, water and solid waste pollutants . 2 hrs . and 1   5735 Industrial Source Sampling (3)
                                                          lab . Prereq : 4030.
6860 Statewide Passenger Transportation Plan-                                                                           5745 Ambient Air Chemistry (3)
ning (3)                                                  4600 Solid and Hazardous Waste Management (3)
                                                          Magnitude and characteristics of solid and hazardous          5760 Diffusion In the Atomsphere (3)
6870 Future Transit Technology and Research (3)           waste problems ; collection systems ; disposal systems
                                                          including landfill, incineration, composting, fixation, re-   5900 Special Problems in Environmental Engineer-
6880 Planning Models for Transportation Systems           source recovery, and proposed new technologies;               ing (1-9)
I (3)                                                     current and future regulations . Prereq: Junior standing.
                                                                                                                        5910-20-30 Special Topics (1-6,1-6,1-6)
6890 Planning Models for Transportation Systems
II (3)                                                    4700 Air Polution-Air Resource Management (3)                 5990 Environmental Engineering Seminar (1)
                                                          Introductory course on concepts of air pollution ; analy-
6910-20-30 Special Topics in Civil Engineering            sis of relationship among emission sources, meterolo-         6110-20 Advanced Topics in Fluid Mechanics and
(3,3,3)                                                   gy and topographic factors, and adverse effects on            Convective Transfer (3,3)
                                                          receptors ; engineering approaches for air pollution
                                                          control . Prereq: Senior standing.
Environmental Engineering (344)                                                                                         6230 Kinematic Wave Theory (3)

3120 Hydraulics (3) Application of basic and devel-       4820 Environmental Engineering Law (3) Legal as-              6510 Industrial Waste Unit Operations and Pro-
oped pnnciples of hydraulics . Flow measurement; flow     pects of water and air pollution, drainage, land use          cesses (3)
in closed conduits ; uniform and nonuniform open          controls, and environmental impact statements with
channel flow; pumps and turbines ; basic hydrodynam-      emphasis upon federal-state relations, recent legisla-        6520 Industrial Waste Management (3)
ics; flow similitude and models . Two lectures and one    tion and court decisions, and enforcement . Prereq:
3-hr. lab . Prereq : Engr. Mech. 3110.                    Senior standing.                                              6530 Rate Processes in Environmental Pollution
                                                                                                                        (3)
3330 Elementary Hydrology (3) Elements of hydrolo-        4910-20-30 Special Topics (1-3,1-3,1-3) Topics relat-
gy including both descriptive and quantitative aspects.   ing to recent developments and current practice in            6820 Advanced Theory and Applications in Water
Prereq: Engr . Mech . 3110.                               environmental engineering through supervised self-            Resources Energy Systems I (3)
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6910-20-30 Special Topics in Environmental Engi-                   grade point average, grades earned in                        divergence, potential and line integrals, material bod-
neering (3,3,3)                                                                                                                 ies, polarization, magnetic circuits, Maxwell's equa-
                                                                   courses required in the lower-division curricula             tions, dynamic potentials . Prereq : Math 2860.
                                                                   of the College of Engineering, and
Electrical Engineering                                             seriousness of purpose and interest in                       3060 Propagation I (3) Propagation of waves in
                                                                                                                                transmission lines and in other guiding systems . Im-
                                                                   departmental programs as exemplified by
(320)                                                              regular and orderly progress through the                     pedance and reflectance analysis of waves, standing
                                                                                                                                wave and travelling wave measurements . Introduc-
 Professors:                                                       prescribed curriculum without abuse of                       tions to impedance matching, transmission line filter-
J . M . Googe (Head), Ph.D . Georgia Institute of                  withdrawal and course repeat privileges.                     ing, microstrip circuit construction, graphical and com-
Technology, P .E . ; I . Alexeff, Ph .D . Wisconsin, P .E . ; J.      Students will be evaluated during the                     puter aided design methods . 3 hrs. including bi-weekly
 M . Bailey, Ph .D . Georgia Institute of Technology ; A.          quarter registered for Electrical Engineering                lab.
O . Bishop, Jr ., Ph .D . Clemson ; T . V. Blalock l , Ph .D.
Tennessee ; R . E . Bodenheimer, Ph.D . Northwestern;              2030. Transfer students may take nine (9)                    3080 AC Power (3) Magnetic circuits, iron cored coils;
W . L . Green, Ph .D . Texas A & M ; R . C . Gonzalez2 ,           quarter hours in departmental courses before                 transformers, construction, calculation of performance
Ph.D . Florida; E . L . Hall, Ph.D. Missouri' 4; G . W.            evaluation if EE 2030 transfer credit is given.              from the equivalent circuit, parameters for the equiva-
Hoffman, Ph .D . Harvard ; J . C . Hung, Ph .D. New                Those who are not accepted into the upper-                   lent circuit, 1-phase and 3-phase connections, the
York, P .E . ; E . J . Kennedy, Ph .D . Tennessee, P .E . ; W.     division program of the department will not be               "per unit" notation ; induction motors, constructional
O . Leffell (Emeritus), M .S . Tennessee ; H . P . Neff,                                                                        features, analysis of performance using equivalent
Ph.D . Auburn, P .E . ; M . O . Pace, Ph.D . Georgia               permitted to register for any upper-division                 circuits, 1-phase and 3-phase applications . Prereq:
Institute of Technology; J . F . Pierces , Ph .D.                  courses within the department. Such students                 2030, Physics 2310 . Includes bi-weekly lab.
Pittsburgh, P. E . ; R . W. Rochelle, Ph.D . Maryland ; B.         will also be counseled and advised of certain
Smith, Jr. (Emeritus), M .S. Illinois, P.E . ; F . W.              educational alternatives.                                    3090 Energy System Operation (3) Power system
Symonds, Ph .D . Nottingham (England) ; J . D . Tillman,                                                                        component modeling and system structure . Basic
Jr ., Ph .D. Auburn ; C . H . Weaver, Ph .D . Wisconsin,           MASTER OF SCIENCE PROGRAM                                    analysis techniques in loadflow, economic dispatch,
P.E.                                                                  Graduate work leading to the Master of                    transient stability, faults, and system protection.
                                                                   Science degree may be completed during one                   Prereq : 3080.
Associate Professors:                                              academic year of full-time study or the degree
D . Birdwell, Ph.D. M .I .T .6; D . W . Bouldin, Ph .D.                                                                         3100 Random Signals and Noise in Engineering (3)
                                                                   may be obtained in two or three years of                     Theory of random signals and spectral analysis of
Vanderbilt; T. W . Reddoch, Ph.D. Louisiana State ; J.
M . Rochelle, Ph .D. Tennessee ; D . Rosenberg, E.                 study in the evening.                                        noise as applied to engineering problems . Random
Eng . Sc. New York ; J . W . Waller, Ph .D . Tennessee.               Graduate assistantships and scholarships                  signal response of linear networks . Transformation of
                                                                   are available for outstanding students.                      random signals by non-linear networks . Prereq: 3010
Assistant Professors:                                              Graduate assistants may obtain the master's                  and 3040 . 3 hrs . including biweekly lab.
R. D . Joseph s , Ph .D. Case Institute of Technology ; J.         degree in one calendar year.
S. Lawler, Ph .D . Michigan State.                                                                                              3110 Basic Electrical Engineering-Circuits and
                                                                      Course work leading to the degree of                      Fields (3) For nonelectrical engineering majors.
''Halliburton Professor                                            Master of Science in Electrical Engineering is               Prereq: Math 2850, Physics 2310-20 . 3 hrs . including
*2 IBM Professor                                                   offered in the evening . Each course meets for               biweekly lab.
3Distinguished Professor                                           two and one-half hours each week.
. Visiting                                                                                                                      3120 Basic Electrical Engineering-Electronics (3)
5 Space Institute, Tullahoma                                       THE DOCTORAL PROGRAM                                         For non-electrical engineering majors . Prereq: 3110 . 3
'BJohn Fisher Young Professorship                                     Graduate work leading to the degree of                    hrs . including biweekly lab.
 UNDERGRADUATE                                                     Doctor of Philosophy with a major in electrical              3130 Basic Electrical Engineering-Machinery (3)
   The Bachelor of Science in Electrical                           engineering is offered . The department also                 For non-electrical engineering majors . Prereq: 3110. 3
 Engineering is planned to provide a foundation                    participates in the engineering science                      hrs. including biweekly lab.
in both the basic sciences and specialized                         doctoral program.
areas of modern engineering . The curriculum                          General policies of the Graduate School,                  3180 Logic Design of Digital Systems (3) Introduc-
                                                                                                                                tion to boolean algebra and design of combinational
also contains a suitable amount of cultural                        residence, language, research, examinations,                 circuits. Presents gate and flipflop characteristics . De-
work to enhance the growth of the student                          and admission to candidacy requirements are                  sign of clocked sequential circuits and other systems
toward the goal of becoming a professional                         explained in the Graduate Catalog.                           containing memory. Introduction to minicomputer
person with strong social awareness . In the                                                                                    architecture and system components to include basic
senior year, the student may specialize in any                     2010 Circuits I (3) Circuit variables . Current, voltage,    structure and function of Arithmetic, Storage,
                                                                   power, energy, resistance, capacitance, and induct-          Input/Output, and Control Systems. Instruction set
one of the following areas of electrical                           ance . Kirchhoff's laws. Writing circuit equilibrium equa-   capabilities and machine language programming.
engineering : bioelectric engineering, computer                    tions using loop currents as well as node voltages.          Prereq : 3010, Computer Science 3150 or 2710. (Same
engineering, electromagnetic fields and                            Solution for resistive networks using matrix algebra.        as Computer Science 3180).
communications, electronics and                                    Reduction by Y-D transformation . Network theorems.
                                                                   Coreq : Math 2610 . 3 hrs. including biweekly lab.           3190 Plasma I (3) Engineering applications of physical
 instrumentation, energy conversion and power                                                                                   electronics, plasma effects and devices . Topics in-
systems, plasma and electro-optics                                 2020 Circuits II (3) Elementary transient analysis of        clude electrostatic precipitators and plasma light
engineering, and systems and networks . All of                     circuits with one storage element. Networks in               sources, laser operation and applications (electro-
these areas except the bioelectric engineering                     sinusodial steady-state . Use of complex algebra.            optics), and MHD, controlled thermonuclear, and other
option are continued through the M .S . and                        Power and power factor. Phasors and transforms.              techniques of advanced power production . 3 hrs . in-
 Ph .D . programs . The senior year curriculum is                  Concept of transform networks, and complex im-               cluding biweekly lab. Prereq : Physics 2310-20-30.
                                                                   pedances . Resonance. Prereq : 2010, Math 2840 con-
sufficiently flexible to allow a student to take                   currently. 3 hrs . including biweekly lab.                   3720 Linear Systems Analysis (3) Steady-state and
several courses outside of the chosen area of                                                                                   transient response; log-frequency, gain-phase, and
specialization.                                                    2030 Circuits III (3) Polyphase networks considered          polar plots; block diagram transformation ; signal flow
   Generally, all sophomore and junior course                      as networks with more than one source . Magnetically         graphs; analogous systems, properties of second
                                                                   coupled circuits . Transient analysis of circuits contain-   order system ; introduction to feedback theory; stability
work is offered every quarter and the senior                       ing more than one storage element using classical            criteria . Prereq : 3010 and Math 3150 ; coreq : 3180 . 3
work is scheduled so that the student may                          methods . Steady-state analysis of networks containing       hrs . including occasional labs.
enter at the beginning of any quarter . This                       sinusoidal sources of more than one frequency.
arrangement allows maximum flexibility, since                       Prereq: 2020, Math 2850 concurrently. 3 hrs. including      3810 Basic Electronics I (3) Band theory fundamen-
                                                                   biweekly lab.                                                tals ; theory and applications of p-n junctions; simple
the student may elect the normal four-year                                                                                      power supplies ; theory of operation of field-effect
schedule, may choose to graduate in three                          3010 Transient Analysis (3) Analysis of transient            transistors and applications in simple circuits . Coreq:
calendar years, or may take the Cooperative                        response of networks and systems ; Laplace transform         2030 . 3 hrs. including project laboratory.
Engineering Program . In addition to the usual                     method and classical differential equation methods for
research and teaching facilities in machinery,                     system analysis ; complex frequency concept and pole-        3820 Basic Electronics II (3) Physical operation of
                                                                   zero concepts ; application to engineering problems.         bipolar transistors and vacuum tubes with applications
electronics, microwaves, solid state devices,                      Prereq : 2030.                                               in basic amplifiers . Integrated circuit fundamentals.
and control equipment, the department has                                                                                       Prereq : 3810 . 3 hrs . including project laboratory.
both digital and analog computers.                                 3040 Basic Communication Systems (3) Fourier
                                                                   series and transforms. Network response to signals           3830 Basic Electronics III (3) Frequency and tran-
PROGRESSION TO UPPER-DIVISION                                      and noise . Elements of amplitude, frequency, and            sient response of openloop transistor amplifiers . Fun-
STATUS                                                             phase modulation systems for analog messages.                damentals of integrated-circuit operational amplifiers
   Progression of electrical engineering majors                    Noise performance . Fundamentals of broadcast AM,            and applications in basic feedback configurations.
to the upper-division programs of the                              broadcast FM, FM stereo, and television systems.             Basic digital switching circuits . Prereq: 3820 . 3 hrs.
                                                                   Prereq : Math 2850 . 3 hrs . including biweekly lab.         including project laboratory.
department is competitive and is based on the
space available in the department . Factors                        3050 Basic Field Theory (3) Forces between                   4020 Direct Energy Conversion (3) Background
considered in the decision include overall                         charges, electric and magnetic fields Gauss' law and         physics; conversion devices including photovoltaic
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power sources, thermoelectric generators and heat          4490 Electro-Optics (3) Fourier optics. Diffraction,         formance from equivalent circuit models for round
pumps, magnetohydrodynamics, fuel cells ; and related      lenses, coherent and incoherent imaging . Engineering        rotor and salient pole machines ; Park's transformation
aspects of dc-ac inversion and energy storage . Prereq:    applications : holography . Prereq : Senior standing.        to the 2-axis model, use of this model in transient
3810, 3090.                                                                                                             studies ; extension of the 2-axis concept to the general-
                                                           4500 Electra-Optic Detection and Instrumentation             ized theory of electrical machines . Prereq : 3090.
4080 Microwave Circuits and Electronics (3) Scat-          (3) Sensitivity, resolution (frequency response) and
tered wave description of circuits, to include isolators   noise concepts of and practical engineering data for         4790 Controllable Motor Drives (3) Constructional
and amplifiers, couplers and power dividers, circula-      both spatial recording media (e .g . photographic emul-      features and design parameters for the usual varia-
tors, phase shifters, loading and interconnection of       sions) and temporal detectors (e .g. photodiodes) will       tions of the d .c. motor ; A.C . servomotor ; stepping
systems . Power generation and amplification by vacu-      be given . Last third of the course will be devoted to       motor ; development of transfer functions and exam-
um devices and by solid state (bulk and junction)          selected electro-optic instrumentation systems (e .g.        ples of their application in control system . Prereq:
devices . Microwave switching, filtering and multiplex-    laser light scattering, optical data processing, holo-       3090.
ing. Prereq : 3060. 3 hrs . including bi-weekly lab.       graphic interferometry).
                                                                                                                        4800 Hardware-Software Interface in Minicom-
4090 Propagation II (3) Metal tube, dielectric rod, and    4540 Antennas and Propagation (3) Dipole and                 puter and Microprocessor System Design (3)
stripline waveguides. Waveguide resonators and other       linear antennas, arrays and simple antennas . Antenna        Minicomputer and microprocessor interface design.
loading components . Design of structures utilized for     gain, impedance, and other parameters . Wave                 Hardware-software interaction and trade-off . Priority
microwave power transmission and for microwave             propagation in free space, earth's troposphere, and          interrupt structures. Telecommunications. Project ori-
 integrated circuits . Prereq : 3060 . 4 labs.             ionosphere. Wave reflections from earth . Prereq:            ented, contract course . Completion of two projects,
                                                           3060.                                                        one utilizing a minicomputer and the other a microcom-
4100 Digital Communications Systems (3) Princi-                                                                         puter, are minimal course requirements . Prereq: 3180.
ples of pulse and digital communication systems.           4570 Electro-Acoustics (3) Wave equation for sound,
Sampling theorems, pulse amplitude, duration, and          radiation from pistons, impedance of a piston, loud-
position modulation methods . Quantization, coding,                                                                     4810 Discrete-Data Systems (3) Introduction to anal-
                                                           speakers, horns, speaker systems, phonograph                 ysis and design of discrete data control systems using
and pulse code modulation . Generalized digital signals    recording and reproduction, tape recording and
and carrier modulation and digital waveforms . Delta,                                                                   frequency domain techniques . Realtime digital filtering
                                                           reproduction, noise reducing systems . Prereq : senior       techniques; application of digital computers in closed-
adaptive delta, delta-sigma, and delta PCM systems.        standing.
Prereq : 3100.                                                                                                          loop feedback systems. Prereq : 3720.
                                                           4600 Analog Signal Processing Circuits for Elec-             4820 Introduction to Pattern Recognition (3) Role
4210 Introduction to Artificial Intelligence (3)           tronic Instrumentation (3) Use of operational am-
(Same as Computer Science 4210 .)                                                                                       of pattern recognition within framework of artificial
                                                           plifiers, instrumentation amplifiers, and other in-
                                                                                                                        intelligence. Design of learning and adaptive ma-
                                                           tegrated circuits in signal processing . Design exam-
4350 Elements of Network Synthesis (3) Energy              ples such as active filters, amplifiers, attenuators,        chines . Typical applications of pattern recognition to
relationships in networks . Quadratic forms. Positive-     function generators, active rectifiers, and synchronous      problems of practical significance. Computer simula-
real functions ; properties and tests. Synthesis of L-C                                                                 tion of elementary pattern recognition problems.
                                                           demodulators. Analysis of interfacing problems be-
networks. Application to the synthesis of lossless         tween transducers and signal processors . Prereq:            Prereq : Either 3100 and Computer Science 3150, or
twoports in form of ladder networks . Prereq : Senior      3830 . 3 hrs . including project laboratory.                 Statistics 3450 and Computer Science 1510 . (Same as
Standing.                                                                                                               Computer Science 4820 .)
                                                           4610 Analog-Digital Systems (3) Principles of analog
4370 Introduction to Feedback System Design (3)            computing components . Applied to analog computing           4830 Digital Image Processing (3) Principal methods
Mathematical formulation of control systems ; steady-      to include problem set-up and scaling . Characteristics      of coding, storing, and processing images by means of
state error and error constants ; root-locus methods;      of analog multipliers, dividers, and function generators.    digital computers . Computational algorithms for image
optimum gain adjustment ; compensation networks;           Presents comparators, digital to analog conversion,          operations. Prereq : 3100 and Computer Science 3150,
introduction to compensation . Prereq: 3720 . Lab op-      and analog to digital conversion techniques . Prereq:        or Statistics 3450 and Computer Science 1510 . (Same
tional.                                                    3180 and 3830 . 3 hrs . including biweekly lab.              as Compyter Science 4830 .)
4381 Introduction to Applied Modern Control The-                                                                        4850 Small Computer Systems (3) Basic structure of
ory (3) Project-oriented course stressing applications     4620 Sequential Machine and Digital System Theo-
                                                           ry (3) Design aspects of pulse-mode, clock-mode, and         small computer systems, input-output techniques, in-
of optimal control theory. Topics include state-space      level-mode sequential circuits . Theory and charac-          terrupt structures, peripheral devices, system soft-
representation of systems, controllability and observa-    teristics of one-and two-dimensional iterative net-          ware, and assembly language programming . Course is
bility, minimum principle, dynamic programming and                                                                      project oriented . Prereq : Basic Engr. 1410, Computer
the Hamilton-Jacobi equation for deterministic sys-        works. Design of large scale digital systems using MSI
                                                           and LSI technologies . Principles of reliability and error   Science 1510 or 3150, or consent of instructor . (Same
tems, optimal linear systems design with quadratic
criteria, pole placement and observers for linear sys-     detection in digital systems . Prereq : 3180 . 3 hrs.        as Computer Science 4850 .)
tems, stability theory. Prereq : 3720, Computer Science    including bjweekly lab.
                                                                                                                        4910-20-30 Special Electrical Engineering Prob-
3150, Math 2860 and 4120.                                                                                                lems (3,3,3) Problems in electrical engineering involv-
                                                           4630 Digital System Organization and Design (3)
4391 Introduction to Applied Optimal Estimation            System organization of digital systems including             ing library and experimental research.
(3) A project-oriented course stressing applications of    minicomputer and microprocessor architectures and
optimal estimation theory . Course topics include : the    comparisons . Characteristics of ALU and CPU struc-          GRADUATE
state-space representation of systems, probability the-    tures, storage systems (RAM, ROM, and PROM build-
ory and stochastic processes, uncertain systems, least     ing blocks), and Input/Output systems. Control Unit          5000 Thesis
squares estimation, Wiener filtering, the Kalman filter.   organization to include serial-parallel modes of opera-
Prereq: Electrical Engineering 3720, Computer Sci-         tion, synchronous-asynchronous time sequencing, and          5040-50-60 Electrical Engineering Research (3,3,3)
ence 3150, Math 2860 . Math 4120 recommended.              microprogramming of control functions . Prereq : 3180.
                                                           3 hrs . including biweekly lab.                              5070 -80 Modern Transform Methods (3,3)
4410 Power System Components and Control (3)
Modeling of transmission lines and cables ; R,L,C cal-     4660 Bioelectric Instrumentation (3) Nature and              5110 Introduction to Network Analysis (3)
culations and power flow limitations . Control of real     origin of bioelectric potentials, transducers, amplifier
and reactive power flows in interconnected power           requirements, recording systems, and noise problems.         5120 Network Synthesis and Design (3)
systems; the PF and QV control problems . Prereq:          Prereq : Senior Standing.
3090.                                                                                                                   5130 Advanced Network Analysis (3)
                                                           4680 Electric Amplifiers (3) Feedback amplifier prin-
4420 Power Systems Analysis (3) Analytical meth-           ciples. Wideband linear amplifiers . Audio and radio-        5170 Bioengineering Systems I : Models, Systems
ods for large power system studies . Matrix techniques     frequency power amplifiers . Prereq: 3830, 3720 . 3 hrs.     Analysis, and Simulation (3)
for modeling networks . Newton-Raphson solution to         including project laboratory.
the load-flow problem, economic dispatch with net-                                                                      5175 Introduction to Logic Design (3)
work losses, analysis of unbalanced shunt faults using     4690 Communications Electronics (3) Receiver and
symmetrical components, and stability studies. Prereq:     transmitter circuits for communications . Prereq : 3040,     5180 Bioengineering Systems II : Bloelectric Phe-
3090.                                                      3830. 3 hrs . including project laboratory.                  nomena (3)

4430 Transmission, Distribution, and Protection (3)        4700 Digital Integrated Electronics (3) Compara-             5190 Bioengineering Systems III : Instrumentation
Studies in underground and d . c . transmission; consid-   tors, logic gates, flipflops, registers, counters, memo-     and Analysis (3)
eration of over-voltages and insulation requirements;      ries, analog switches, A/D and D/A conversion, clip-
system protection against faults . Prereq : 3060, 3090.    ping, clamping, and sweep circuits . Prereq: 3830,           5210-20 Advanced Electrical Machinery (3,3)
                                                           3180. 3 hrs . including project laboratory.
4460 Lasers and Masers (3) Principles of laser and                                                                      5230 Advanced Electrical Machinery Applications
maser operation based on classical concepts and            4740 Integrated Circuits (3) Processing and fabrica-         (3)
electrical engineering analogies . Consideration of        tion of active and passive components for monolithic
practical devices and applications . Prereq : Senior       and hybrid circuits . Design techniques for linear and       5240-50-60 Control Systems Design I, II, III (3,3,3)
standing.                                                  digital circuits . Prereq: 3830 . 3 hrs. including project
                                                           laboratory.                                                  5271 Modern Systems Theory I (3)
4470 Plasma II (3) Magnetohydrodynamics . Prereq:
3190.                                                      4750 Interactive Computer Graphics (3) (Same as              5281 Modern Systems Theory II (3)
                                                           Computer Science 4750 and Geography 4750 .)
4480 Plasma III (3) Macroscopic plasma equations,                                                                       5291 Modern Systems Theory III (3)
particle orbits, interactions, oscillations, and waves.    4780 Synchronous Machines (3) Construction and
Prereq : 3190 .                                            application of synchronous machines, analysis of per-        5310 Basic Requirements for Plasma Fusion (3)

				
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