2004-2005 Meetings Agendas and Materials

September 9, 2004

College of Agriculture

AGEC 7700 – Research Methods in Agricultural Economics

ENTM 5330/6330 – Integrated Pest Management

ENTM 7100 – Toxicology

PLPA 7930 – Directed Studies in Plant Pathology

College of Education

CTCT 4003 – Classroom/Laboratory Management, Organization and Evaluation in Career and Technical Education

CTCT 4943 – Directed Field Experience in Area of Specialization

CTCT 5083 – Coordination and Supervision of Work-Based Learning

College of Engineering

COMP 5340/6340 – Network Quality Assurance and Simulation

CHEN 4160 – Process Dynamics and Control

CHEN 4570 – Pulp and Paper Process Design

CHEN 4880 – Pulp and Paper Engineering Laboratory

CHEN 4630 – Introduction to Transport Phenomena

CHEN  5120/6120/6126 – Surface and Colloid Science

School of Forestry/Wildlife

FORY 4440 – Forest File Management

FORY5310/6310 – Environmental Ethics

FORY 5450/6450 – Forest Sector Economics

FORY 5470/6470 – GIS Applications in Natural Resources

College of Liberal Arts

MUSI 7056 – Dist-Ed Advanced Instrumental Conducting II

PSYC 7120 – Teaching of Psychology

September 23, 2004

College of Education

   CTCT 5083/6086 – Coordination and Supervision of Work-Based Learning

CTCT 7246 – Administrative Management

CTCT 7716 – Advanced Teaching Methods

College of Human Sciences

Dual Objective Curriculum Option, Human Development and Family Studies and Early Childhood Education

College of Liberal Arts

     Radio/Television/Film

    RTVF 2330 – Live Event Video Production

     RTVF 2800 – Multimedia Production

     RTVF 4340 – TV and Family

     RTVF 4350 – Media Relations

October 7, 2004

College of Agriculture

PLPA 7820 – Research Proposal Writing

 College of Engineering

CHEN 5440/6440/6446 – Electrochemical Engineering CHEN 5650/6650/6656 – Hazardous Materials Management and Engineering CHEN 5670/6670/6676 – Pollution Prevention Engineering CHEN 5700/6700/6706 – Advanced Separation Processes

College of Human Sciences 

CAHS 2200 – Studio IV:  Cad for Interior Design CAHS 4200 – Studio IX:  Portfolio Development CAHS 4300 – Studio X:  Directed Research in Interior Design CAHS 4400 – Studio XI:  Design Thesis Project

College of Liberal Arts

ENGL 7200 – World Literature in English 1900-Present ENGL 7770 – African-American Literature ENGL 7800 – Studies In Literary Theory

Provost – ROTC (Naval Science)

       NAVS 1010 – Introduction to Naval Science       NAVS 1020 – Seapower and Maritime Affairs       NAVS 2010 – Leadership and Management       NAVS 2020 – Naval Ship Systems I (Engineering)       NAVS 2021 – Naval Science Laboratory       NAVS 3030 – Evolution of Warfare       NAVS 4010 – Naval Ship Systems II (Weapons)       NAVS 4020 – Leadership and Ethics        NAVS 4030 – Amphibious Warfare

College of COSAM

    PHYS 5500 – Fundamentals of Physics
October 21, 2004

College of Agriculture

 ENTM/PLPA 2000 – Pests, Pathogens, Parasites and People

HORT 2240 – Plant Propagation

  • HORT 2240 Form:  Modify a Course
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HORT 4000 – Pesticide Management and Horticulture

ANSC 4450 – Equine Nutrition

AGEC 3920 – Agricultural Business

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ANPV Modification Requirements

College of Engineering

COMP 7370 – Advanced Computer and Network Security

COMP 7440 – Simulation of Computer Networks

ELEC 6976 – Special Topics in Electrical Engineering

  •  ELEC6976 Form:  Modify a Course
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College of Liberal Arts

Technical and Professional Communication Minor

ENGL 4710 – Popular Genres

ENGL 4730 – Topics in Critical Theory

ENGL 4740 – Topics in Gender and Literature

 FLRU 1013/1014 – Elementary Russian I

FLRU 1023/1024 – Elementary Russian II

School of Forestry

Master of Natural Resources

College of Business

MNGT 7986 – MMIS Project

ACCT 7320/7326 – Financial Analysis and Evaluation

Graduate School

GRAD 8950 – Preparing Future Faculty Seminar I

GRAD 8960 – Preparing Future Faculty Seminar II

College of Engineering

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CHEN 5400/6400/6406 – Molecular Engineering

CHEN 5410/6410/6416 – Macro Molecular Science & Engineering

CHEN 5420/6420/6426 – Polymer Chemical Engineering

CHEN 5800/6800/6806 – Biochemical Engineering

CHEN 5810/6810/6816 – Biomedical Engineering

November 4, 2004

College of Business

MNGT 5690/6690/6696 – Knowledge Management and Organizational Learning

College of Education

 CTCT 4000/4003 – Classroom/Laboratory Management, Organization & Eval in Career & Technical Educ

CTMU 7920 – Internship

CTSE 4200 – Managing Middle and High School Classrooms

CTSE 7920  – Internship

 College of Engineering

CHEN 5420/6420/6426 – Polymer Chemical Engineering

College of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

FOEN 5700/6700 – Harvesting

FORY 4190 – Forest Measurements II

FORY 4230 – Forest Ecology

FORY 4970 – Senior Project

FORY 5230/6230 – Silviculture

FORY 5400/6400 – Forest Economics

FORY 5410/6410 – Forest Management and Administration

FORY 5420/6420 – Forest Policy

WILD 5270/6270 – Wildlife Resource Philosophy and Policy

WILD 5280/6280 – Wildlife Ecology and Management I

WILD 5290/6290 – Wildlife Ecology and Management II

College of Liberal Arts

THEA 1010 – Introduction to Theatre

THEA 1011 – Introductory Lab for Majors

November 18, 2004

College of Architecture

CPLN 5510/6510 – Real Property Analysis

 CPLN 5520/6520 – Real Estate Development Studio

LAND 7900 – Independent Study

LAND 7970 – Special Topics

College of Business

AMLG 2230 – Principles of Instrument Flight

AMLG 2251 – Instrument Flight Training II

AMLG 4280 – Principles of Flight Instruction I

AMLG 4290 – Principles of Flight Instruction II

BUSI 3550 – Cross-functional teamwork

BUSI 3560 – Leadership

BUSI 4540 – Entrepreneurship and Strategic Management of Technology and Innovation

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

FORY 7210 – Ecosystem Ecology

College of Human Sciences

CAHS 2500 – Studio V:  Visual Presentation II

CAHS 4950 – Portfolio Development for Apparel Designers

College of Liberal Arts

ENGL 7780 – Studies in Diversity and Literature

ENGL 7790 – Literary Theory:  Issues and Approaches

ENGL 7870 – Special Topics in English Studies

 College of COSAM

 MATH 5620/6620 – Mathematical Computation and Scientific Visualization

College of Vet Med

VMED 5340 – Emergency Medicine/Critical Care

VMED 5920 – Oncology

 

December 2, 2004

College of Agriculture

PLPA 7400 – PLPA Plant Virology

College of Business

Cover Memo

 ACCT 3110/3113 – Intermediate Financial Accounting I

ACCT 3120/3123 – Intermediate Financial Accounting II

ACCT 3210/3213 – Managerial Design & Use of Cost Accounting Information

ACCT 3510/3513 – Accounting Information Systems

ACCT 4310/4313 – Control, Assurance & Auditing of Accounting Information

ACCT 4410/4413 – Income Tax I

ACCT 4900 – Independent Study

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

FORY 7210 – Ecosystem Ecology

College of Human Sciences

CAHS 2500 – Studio V:  Visual Presentation II

CAHS 4950 – Portfolio Development for Apparel Designers

School of Pharmacy

PYDI 5000 – Drugs and Diseases I

PYPC 5010 – Patient Centered Skills

 PYDI 5080 – Foundations of Pharmacy

 PYDI 5090 – Pharmacy Practice Experience I

 PYPC 5110 – Pharmacy Law and Ethics

PYDI 5130 – Drug Literature

College of Liberal Arts

ENGL 7780 – Studies in Diversity and Literature

ENGL 7790 – Literary Theory:  Issues and Approaches

 ENGL 7870 – Special Topics in English Studies

December 16, 2004

College of Agriculture

AGEC 3920 – Agricultural Business and Economics Internship

AGRN 4000 – Advanced Crop Science

BCHE 3200 – Principles of Biochemistry

HORT 3240 – Plant Propagation

College of Business

      Aviation Management

 AMLG 2171 – Private Pilot Flight Training I

AMLG 2181 – Private Pilot Flight Training II

 AMLG 4281 – Flight Instruction Training I

 AMLG 4291 – Flight Instruction Training II

College of Education

Agriscience Education

College of Engineering

MATL 7156 – Nanoscale Science and Technology

MATL 7440/7446 – Materials and Processes for Micro and Nanosystems

 MATL 7950  – Materials Engineering Seminar

School of Forestry and Wildlife Science

FORY 4820 – Forestry in the Private Sector  

College of Human Sciences

Human Development and Faculty Studies           

Interior Design         

CAHS 3100 – Studio VI:  Lighting Design/Environmental Systems

CAHS 3200 – Studio VII: Residential Interiors

CAHS 3400 – Studio VIII:  Non-Residential Interiors

CAHS 3850 – Merchandise Planning and Control

CAHS 5750/6750 – Apparel Line Development

Nutrition and Food Science

College of Liberal Arts

ENGL 7780 – Studies in Diversity and Literature

ENGL 7790 – Literary Theory:  Issues and Approaches

 ENGL 7870 – Special Topics in English Studies

College of Science and Mathematics

B.A. in Chemistry

B.S. in Chemistry

B.S. in Biochemistry

PHYS 6500 – Fundamentals of Physics

PHYS 6600 – Frontiers of Physics

PHYS 7300 – Quantum Mechanics I

PHYS 7350 – Quantum Mechanics II

January 27, 2005

College of Education

CTSE 4000 – Technology in Science Education

College of Human Sciences

 Overview

 Hotel and Restaurant Management

NUFS 2400 – Culinary Science and Production

NUFS 3400 – Hospitality Marketing

NUFS 3600 – Service Management

NUFS 4350 – Advanced Restaurant Management

NUFS 4600 – Beverage Operations

NUFS 4800 – Senior Lecture Series

NUFS 4940 – Professional Development in Hospitality

NUFS 4960 – Hospitality Practicum

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

College of Education

Secondary Math Education/Mathematics

RSED 3010 – Introduction to Special Education

School of Pharmacy

PYDI 5100 – Drugs and Disease II

PYDI 5190 – Pharmacy Practice Experience II

PYDI 5200 – Drugs and Disease III

PYPC 5210 – Pharmacy Practice Development, Management, and Evaluation I

PYPS 5230 – Drug Products I

PYDI 5290 – Pharmacy Practice Experience III

February 10, 2005

College of Agriculture

 Animal Sciences Pre-Vet-Professional Option

ANSC 4450 – Equine Nutrition

College of Education

Agriscience Education

College of Engineering

Memo

Civil Engineering

CIVL 2010 – Surveying

CIVL 3230 – Introduction to Environmental Engineering

CIVL 3310 – Geotechnical Engineering I

CIVL 3810 – Civil Engineering Materials

CIVL 4230 – Urban hydraulic System Design

CIVL 4420 – Project Management

CIVL 4490 – Design-Build Project

CIVL 4530 – Geometric Design

CIVL 4600 – Reinforced Concrete Design

CIVL 4650 – Structural Steel Design

CIVL 4690 – Structural Design Project

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 School of Pharmacy

PYDI 5020 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice I

PYDI 5120 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice II

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

 School of Pharmacy

PYDI 5300 – Drugs and Diseases IV

PYDI 5390 – Pharmacy Practice Experience IV

PYDI 5480 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy I

PYDI 5490 – Pharmacy Practice Experience V

PYDI 5580 – Integrated Pharmacotherapy II

PYDI 5590 – Pharmacy Practice Experience VI

PYPC 5310 – Pharmacy Practice Development, Management, and Evaluation II

PYPS 5330 – Drug Products II

 School of Human Sciences

NUFS 3200 – Hospitality Financial Management

NUFS 4300 – Restaurant Management

NUFS 4500 – Hotel Management

NUFS 4920 – Internship in Hospitality

February 24, 2005

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

 Industrial Design

College of Education

 Music Education – (Music Education – Instrumental, Music Education – Vocal) CTCT 6066 – Program Planning In Area of Specialization CTCT 7000 – Foundations of Career and Technical Education CTCT 7006 – Foundations of Career and Technical Education CTCT 7016 – Youth Program Development CTCT 7206 – Career and Occupational Information CTCT 7306 – Learning Resources in Area of Specialization CTCT 7726 – Advanced Program Planning in Area Specialization  CTCT 7730 – Program Evaluation CTCT 7736 – Program Evaluation CTCT 7750 – Administration of Career and Technical Education CTCT 7756 – Administration of Career and Technical Education CTCT 7760 – Comprehensive Planning in Career and Technical Education

College of Engineering

 COMP 1003/1004 – Personal Computer Applications Material Engineering

College of Liberal Arts

PSYC 2140 – Research Methods
March 10, 2005

College of Liberal Arts

 Communication

 Journalism

 JRNL 3410 – Photojournalism

 JRNL 4420 – Senior Seminar in Special Topics

 Radio/Television/Film

RTVF 3210 – Soundtracks: Music an the Mass Media

RTVF 3580 – Re-Producing Popular Culture

RTVF 4230 – Adaptation for the Short Film

RTVF 4260 – Media and Reality

RTVF 4370 – Media and Religion

RTVF 4410 – Broadcast News Production

Arts in Music

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

College of Engineering

Computer Science

COMP 4730 – Computer Ethics

Software Engineering

Wireless Engineering (Software Option)

College of Liberal Arts

 Public Relations

PRCM 4080 – Writing for Public Relations

RTVF 3970 – Special Topics in Media

RTVF 4360 – History of International Cinema

RTVF 4383 – Dist-Ed History of the American Film Industry

RTVF 4384 – Dist-Ed History of the American Film Industry

RTVF 4970 – Special Topics in Radio/Television/Film

 

March 25, 2005

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

 Natural Resources Memo

 Bachelor of Science in Natural Resources

FOWS 2020 – Natural Resources Sampling Techniques

FOWS 4040 – Natural Resource and Environmental Policy

FORY 3600 – Wildland Recreation Philosophy and Policy

College of Business

 BUSI 3010 – Contemporary Issues in Business III

BUSI 4010 – Contemporary Issues in Business IV

College of Liberal Arts

 PSYC 3550 – Psychology and Culture

College of Education

 RSED 5000/6000 – Advanced Survey of Exceptionality

RSED 5070/6070 – Mild Disabilities

RSED 5140/6140 – Severe Disabilities Curriculum

RSED 5180/6180 – Instruction Classroom Management

RSED 7320 – Individual Counseling Approaches in Rehabilitation Settings

RSED 7330 – Group Counseling in Rehabilitation Settings

 Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.   

 College of Human Science

 B.S Degree in Human Development and Family Studies

Dual Objective Curriculum Option, Human Development and Family Studies and Early Childhood Education

College of Education

 CTCT 7766 – Comprehensive Planning in Career and technical Education

CTCT 7776 – Clinical Supervision

 CTCT 7780 – Research in Career and Technical Education

CTCT 7786 – Research in Career and Technical Education

CTCT 7906 – Independent Study

 CTCT 7916 – Practicum in Area of Specialization

CTCT 7926 – Internship

April 14, 2005

College of Agriculture                      

 POUL 4083/4084 – Poultry Health

College of Architecture, Design and Const.

 ARCH 1010 – Introduction to Architecture Design

 ARCH 1060 – Visual Communication

College of Education

 EDMD 3300 – Utilization of Instructional Technology for Educators

 RSED 7320/7326 – Individual Counseling Approaches in Rehabilitation Settings

 RSED 7330/7336 – Group Counseling in Rehabilitation Settings

College of Human Sciences

Nutrition and Food Science (HRMT Emphasis)

 NUFS 5460/6460 – Catering and Event Management

 NUFS 5530/6530/6536 – Quality Science in Hospitality

 NUFS 5540/6540/6546  – Conference Coordination

 NUFS 5550/6550/6556 – Club Management

 NUFS 5570/6570/6576 – Global Hospitality

 NUFS 5590/6590/6596 – Recreational Foodservice Management

 NUFS 8860/8866 – Current Issues in Hospitality Management

April 28, 2005

College of Agriculture                      

 AGRI 1000 – Introduction to Agriculture

 AGRN 5400/6400 – Bioenergy and the Environment

 Poultry Production

Poultry Processing and Products

Poultry Science/Pre-Veterinary Medicine

 POUL 4920 – Poultry Science Internship

College of Business

MNGT 5560/6560/6566 – Leadership

MNGT 5630/6630/6636 – Client-Side Internet Programming

MNGT 5640/6640/6646 – Server-Side Internet Programming

College of Engineering

MATL 5480/6480/6486 – Labor Relations Law

 MATL 5700/6700/6706 – Biomaterials

 MATL 5750/6750/6756 – Microstructure and Mechanics of Skeletal Tissues

College of Liberal Arts

Theatre:  Production/Design and Technology

Theatre:  Production/Management

THEA 2400 – Design Aesthetics

THEA 2840 – Beginning Dance Techniques I

THEA 2850 – Intermediate Dance Techniques I

THEA 2860 – Intermediate Dance Techniques II

THEA 3840 – Advanced Dance Techniques

Electronic Voting

Electronic response: Please review the following courses. If you have any questions we will discuss at the beginning of the meeting.

College of Business

 Masters of Science, Human Resources Management, Non-thesis option

MNGT 6376 – Project Management (video version)

 MNGT 6966 – Reading in Management (video version)

College of Education

 Health Promotion

College of Engineering

 CIVL 6420/6426 – Construction Management

CIVL 6530/6536 – Geometric Design

 MATL 7436 – Dielectric Materials and Devices

MATL 7606 – Biosensors:  Principles and Applications

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

 FOWS 5050/6050 – Natural Resource Issues at the Urban-Rural Interface

WILD 7960 – Readings in Wildlife Ecology

School of Pharmacy

 PYDI 5220 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice III

 PYDI 5320 – Contemporary Aspects of Pharmacy Practice IV

College of Liberal Arts

FLSP 7100 – Spanish Medieval Literature I

 FLSP 7110 – Spanish Medieval Literature II

May 12, 2005

College of CADC

BSCI 7520 – Design/Construction Studio

BSCI 7530 – Collaborative Capstone Studio

BSCI 7550 – Collaborative Process: Design-Construct

College of Business

MNGT 5270/6270/6276 – Current Issues in Information Systems for Organizations

 MNGT 5280/6280/6286 – Information Systems for Architecture in the Small-and Medium-Size Enterprise

MNGT 5670/6670/6676 – Security and Information Assurance

College of Education

CTSE 8986 – Dist-Ed Field Project

 EDLD 8500 – The Professoriate

 EDLD 8510 – Seminar in College Teaching

College of Engineering

Master of Aerospace Engineering Degree

 Master of Science Degree in Aerospace Engineering

 Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Aerospace Engineering

 Master of Electrical Engineering (M.E.E.)

 ELEC 7980 – Master of Electrical Engineering Project

 MATL 7610/7616 – Engineering Aspects of Biological and Chemical Detection

 COMP 7740 – Agent-Directed Simulation

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

 FOWS 5020/6020 – Natural Resource Ecology and Habitat Management

 College of Human Sciences

 HDFS 7060 – Research Methods for Human Development and Family Studies II

HDFS 7061 – Research Methods for Human Development and Family Studies II Lab

June 12, 2005

College of Business

FINC 3910 – Foundations of Business Finance

MKTG 3910 – Foundations of Business Marketing

MNGT 3910 – Management Foundations

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Enrollment Management Proposal

College of Liberal Arts

Memo

University of Arizona Dance Courses

University of Alabama Dance Courses

Emory University Dance Course

 Theatre:  Production/Design and Technology

 Theatre:  Production/Management

 THEA 2400 – Design Aesthetics

THEA 2840 – Beginning Dance Techniques I

THEA 2850 – Intermediate Dance Techniques I

THEA 2860 (3850) – Intermediate Dance Techniques II

THEA 3840 – Advanced Dance Techniques

Psychology