2005-2006 Meetings Agendas and Materials

September 1, 2005

College of Education

Business Education

CTRD 7976 – Special Problems

College of Engineering

Memo (BISE Model Curriculum Changes)

 Justification

 B.I.S.E., Bachelors in Industrial and Systems Engineering

INSY 3420 – Simulation  

INSY 3800 – Manufacturing Processes

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

FOEN 3000 – Introduction to Forestry Operations

FOEN 3040 – Forest Surveying

FORY 3020 – Forest Biology

FORY 3050 – Field Mensuration

FORY 3060 – Introduction to Forest Management Strategies

FORY 5230/6230 – Silviculture

FOWS 5880/6880 – Ecological  Economics

FWILD 7250 – Wildlife Population Analysis

College of Liberal Arts

Radio/Television/Film

FLSP 7300 – Don Quijote

MUSI 7116 – Dist-Ed Choral Arranging II

September 22, 2005

College of Engineering

Memo: Request for Name Change

Fiber Engineering

PFEN 2200 – Fiber to Fabric Engineering

PFEN 3100 – Fundamentals of Polymers

PFEN 3200 – Polymer Processing

PFEN 3500 – Structure and Properties of Polymers and Fiber

PFEN 4100 – Polymer Characterization

PFEN 4200 – Polymer from Renewable Resources

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

PFEN 3300 – Fibrous Product Testing and Instrumentation

PFEN 3400 – Fundamentals of Coloration and Finishing

PFEN 4300 – Engineered Fibrous Structures

PFEN 4400 – Mechanics of Flexible Structures

PFEN 4500 – Fiber Reinforced Materials

PFEN 4910 – Polymer and Fiber Engineering Design I

PFEN 4920 – Polymer and Fiber Engineering Design II

CIVL 7670/7676 – Numerical Techniques in Structural Analysis

College of Agriculture

AGEC 4040 – Agricultural Finance

October 6, 2005

College of Human Sciences

 CAHS 8970 – Special Topics                        

College of Science and Math

Memo

MATH 2790 – Mathematics of Interest Theory

Statistics

Mathematics

SCMH 3921 – Pre-Physical Therapy Internship

 Applied Mathematics Option in Actuarial Science

 College of Engineering

PFEN 2270 – Fiber to Fabric Engineering

INSY 5630/6630/6636 – Real Options and Decision Analysis

INSY 5850/6850/6856 – Electronics Manufacturing Systems

INSY 7090 – Occupational Safety/Ergonomics and Injury Prevention Forum

CIVL 5410/6410 – Geographic Information Systems in Civil Engineering

CIVL 5430/6430/6436 – Construction Safety and Health Management

CIVL 5580/6580/6586 – Intelligent Transportation Systems

CIVL 5960/6960 – Civil Engineering Special Topics

CIVL 7270/7276 – Adv. Numerical Methods for Solving Environmental Engr. Problems

CIVL 7360 – Earth Slopes and Dams

CIVL 7830 – Asphalt Concrete Mix Design

CIVL 7950 – Graduate Seminar

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 Science and Math

MATH 3100 – Introduction to Advanced Mathematics

MATH 3710 – Discrete Mathematics

MATH 5790 – Actuarial Seminar in the Mathematics of Finance

MATH 5820 – Actuarial Seminar in Probability

October 20, 2005

College of Agriculture        

Animal Sciences – Production/Management Option

Animal Sciences – Equine Science Track

ANSC 2650 – Equine Biomechanics & Shoeing

ANSC 3150 – Equine Marketing

ANSC 3350 – Equestrian Coaching

ANSC 3650 – Physiology of Equine Athlete

ANSC 4000 – Modern Livestock Systems

ANSC 4650 – Equine Reproductive Techniques

 College of Business       

ACCT 3993 – Advanced Business Law

ACCT 5213 – Controllership

 ACCT 5423 – Income Tax II

ACCT 5613 – Governmental & Not-For-Profit Accounting

College of Education      

Collaborative Teacher Special Education

  Early Childhood Special Education

General Social Science Education/History and Geography

College of Liberal Arts           

ENGL 3730 – Survey of American Literature I

ENGL 3740 – Survey of American Literature II

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          

ACCT 2117 – Honors Principles of Financial Accounting

ACCT 2217 – Honors Principles of Managerial Accounting

 ACCT 3110/3113 – Intermediate Accounting

 ACCT 3120/3123 – Intermediate Accounting II

ACCT 3210/3213 – Cost Accounting

ACCT 4310/4313 – Auditing & Assurance Services

November 3, 2005

College of Agriculture

 AGRI 1000 – Introduction to Agriculture

College of Business

MNGT 6740/6746 – Quality Management Systems and Standards

 College of Education

 CTSE 4073 – Curriculum and Teaching I:  Foreign Language

 CTSE 4083 – Curriculum and Teaching II:  Foreign Language

PHD in Physical Education

College of Engineering

Chemical Engineering

School of Forestry and Wildlife

FORY 4550 – Property Law

College of Science and Mathematics

  STAT 4610 – Applied Regression Analysis

  STAT 4620 – Applied Nonparametric Statistics

STAT 4630 – Applied Time-Series Analysis

 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         

ACCT 5130/5133/6130/6136 – Advanced Accounting Topics

ACCT 5310/5313/6310/6316 – Advanced Auditing & Assurance Services

ACCT 7980/7986 – Integrated Accounting Topics & Case Analysis

College of Engineering          

CHEN 4470 – Process Design Practice

CHEN 4570 – Pulp and Paper Process Design

School of Forestry and Wildlife

 FORY 7980 – Master of Natural Resources Paper

College of Science and Mathematics

 Applied Mathematics Option in Actuarial Science

Pre-Pharmacy

   Zoology: Pre-Veterinary Option

CHEM 4070 – Physical Chemistry I

CHEM 4080 – Physical Chemistry II

CHEM 4100 – Inorganic Chemistry

CHEM 4130 – Instrumental Analysis

CHEM 6280 – Computational Chemistry

CHEM 7330 – Chemical Kinetics

MATH 5790 – Actuarial Seminar in Mathematics of Finance

MATH 5800/6800 – Actuarial Mathematics I

MATH 5820 – Actuarial Seminar in Probability

December 1, 2005

College of Agriculture

 Memo: Animal Science

Animal Sciences – Equine Science Option

Animal Sciences – Muscle Foods Option

ANSC 3500 –  Animal Breeding

College of Engineering

 Biossystems Engineering

Biosystems Engineering (Forest Engineering Option)

College of Human Sciences

 NUFS 2010 – Basic Sports Nutrition

 College of Liberal Arts

   FLFR 6986 – Seminar in French Literary Genres and Movements

 College of COSAM

 SCMH 3910 – Pre-Physical Therapy Practium

School of Veterinary Medicine

 VBMS 7171 – Receptorology

 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

CHEN 5120/6120/6126 – Surface and Colloid Science

 CHEN 5400/6400/6406 – Biomolecular Engineering

CHEN 5410/6410/6416 – Macromolecular Science and Engineering

  CHEN 5810/6810/6816 – Biomedical Engineering

 Provost Office

  NAVS 2020 – Naval Ship Systems I (ENG)

NAVS 3010 – Navigation

 NAVS 3020 – Naval Operations & Seamanship

  NAVS 4010 – Naval Ship Systems II (Weapons)

December 15, 2005

College of Engineering

AERO 3970 – Special Topic

 School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

WILD 1100 – Wildlife Food Plot Establishment

 College of Liberal Arts

JRNL 2320 – Advising Student Publications JRNL 2320 – Basic of Journalism 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

CTCT 4920 – Internship (Previously, Professional Internship in Area of Specialization) CTCT 5050 – Methods of Teaching Area of Specialization CTCT 5080 – Coordination & Supervision of Work-Based Learning CTEE 4010 – Curriculum: Social Science CTEE 4040 – Curriculum: Mathematics CTEE 4920 – Internship CTEE 4950 – Professional Development Seminar CTEC 4911 – Practicum in the Preschool CTEC 4920 – Internship CTMD 4010 – Teaching Mathematics: Middle School CTMD 4190 – Curriculum and Teaching in the Middle School CTMD 4920 – Internship CTMU  4910 – Practicum in Area of Specialization CTMU 4920 – Internship CTRD 5710 – Literacy and Inquiry in the Content Areas:  Grades 6-12 CTSE 4000 – Technology in Science Education CTSE 4030 – Curriculum & Teaching I: Mathematics CTSE 4040 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Technology and Applications in Mathematics CTSE 4050 – Curriculum & Teaching I: Social Science CTSE 4060 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Social Science CTSE 4100 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Science CTSE 4150 – Curriculum & Teaching I: English Language Arts CTSE 4160 – Curriculum & Teaching II: English Language Arts CTSE 4200 – Managing Middle & High School Classrooms CTSE 4210 – Social Science Concepts & Methods CTSE 4920 – Internship FOUN 3100 – Child Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment FOUN 3110 – Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment FOUN 3120 – Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment II HLHP 4350 – Teaching for Lifetime Physical Activity HLHP 4920 – Internship RSED 4920 – Internship RSED 5110 – Curriculum in Early Childhood Special Education RSED 5120 – Curriculum in Elementary Special Education RSED 5130 – Curriculum in Secondary Special Education RSED 5150 – Teaching Methods in Special Education RSED 5160 – Collaboration in Special Education Agriscience Education Business and Marketing Education Early Childhood Education Elementary Education General Social /History Education Rehabilitation Services Education

College of Liberal Arts

Public Relations
January 12, 2006

College of Education

 Agriscience Education

 Business ad Marketing Education

Early Childhood Education

 Elementary Education

 General Social Science/History Education

 Rehabilitation Services Education

College of Engineering

AERO 3970 – Special Topic

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

WILD 1100 – Wildlife Food Plot Establishment

College of Liberal Arts

Philosophy Department Cover Letter

Philosophy

 Philosophy Minor

PHIL 3060 – Philosophy of Film

 PHIL 3100 – Intermediate Ethics

 PHIL 3360 – History of Early Analytic Philosophy

 PHIL 4110 – Metalogic

 PHIL 4970 – Special Topics

 JNL 2320 – Advising Student Publications

JRNL 2320 – Basic of Journalism

 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

CTCT 4920 – Internship (Previously, Professional Internship in Area of Specialization)

College of Education

CTCT 4920 – Internship (Previously, Professional Internship in Area of Specialization)

CTCT 5050 – Methods of Teaching Area of Specialization

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTCT 5080 – Coordination & Supervision of Work-Based Learning

CTEE 4010 – Curriculum: Social Science

CTEE 4040  – Curriculum: Mathematics

CTEE 4920 –  Internship

CTEE 4950 – Professional Development Seminar

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTEC 4911 –  Practicum in the Preschool

CTEC 4920 – Internship

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTMD 4010 – Teaching Mathematics: Middle School

CTMD 4190 – Curriculum and Teaching in the Middle School

CTMD 4920 – Internship

CTMU  4910 – Practicum in Area of Specialization

CTMU 4920 – Internship

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTRD 5710 – Literacy and Inquiry in the Content Areas:  Grades 6-12

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTSE 4000 – Technology in Science Education

CTSE 4030 – Curriculum & Teaching I: Mathematics

CTSE 4040 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Technology and Applications in Mathematics

CTSE 4050 – Curriculum & Teaching I: Social Science

CTSE 4060 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Social Science

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTSE 4100 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Science

CTSE 4150 – Curriculum & Teaching I: English Language Arts

CTSE 4160 – Curriculum & Teaching II: English Language Arts

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTSE 4200 – Managing Middle & High School Classrooms

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTSE 4210 – Social Science Concepts & Methods

·        Form:  Modify a Course

CTSE 4920 – Internship

·        Form:  Modify a Course

FOUN 3100 – Child Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment

·        Form:  Modify a Course

FOUN 3110 – Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment

·        Form:  Modify a Course

FOUN 3120 – Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment II

·        Form:  Modify a Course

HLHP 4350 – Teaching for Lifetime Physical Activity

·        Form:  Modify a Course

HLHP 4920 – Internship

·        Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 4920 – Internship

·        Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 5110 – Curriculum in Early Childhood Special Education

·        Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 5120 – Curriculum in Elementary Special Education

·        Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 5130 – Curriculum in Secondary Special Education

·        Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 5150 – Teaching Methods in Special Education

·     Form:  Modify a Course

RSED 5160 – Collaboration in Special Education

·        Form:  Modify a Course

Agriscience Education

Business and Marketing Education

Elementary Education

Early Childhood Education

General Social /History Education

Rehabilitation Services Education

College of Liberal Arts

Public Relations

January 26, 2006

College of Education

 Memo:  Education

 CTCT 4920 – Internship (Previously, Professional Internship in Area of Specialization)

CTCT 5050 – Methods of Teaching Area of Specialization

CTCT 5080 – Coordination & Supervision of Work-Based Learning

CTEC 4911 – Practicum in the Preschool

CTEC 4920 – Internship

CTEE 4010 – Curriculum: Social Science

CTEE 4040 – Curriculum: Mathematics

CTEE 4920 – Internship  

CTEE 4950 – Professional Development Seminar

CTMD 4010 – Teaching Mathematics: Middle School

CTMD 4190 – Curriculum and Teaching in the Middle School

CTMD 4920 – Internship

CTMU 4910 – Practicum in Area of Specialization

CTMU 4920 – Internship

CTRD 5710 – Literacy and Inquiry in the Content Areas:  Grades 6-12

CTSE 4000 – Technology in Science Education

CTSE 4030 – Curriculum & Teaching I:  Mathematics

CTSE 4040 – Curriculum & Teaching II: Technology and Applications in Mathematics

CTSE 4050 – Curriculum & Teaching I : Social Science

CTSE 4060 – Curriculum and Teaching II: Social Science

CTSE 4100 – Curriculum and Teaching II: Science

CTSE 4150 – Curriculum and Teaching I: English Language Arts

CTSE 4160 – Curriculum and Teaching II: English Language Arts

CTSE 4200 – Managing Middle & High School Classrooms

CTSE 4210 – Social Science Concepts & Methods

CTSE 4920 – Internship

FOUN 3100 – Child Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment

FOUN 3110 – Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment I

FOUN 3120 –  Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment II

HLHP 4350 – Teaching for Lifetime Physical Activity

HLHP 4920 – Internship

RSED 4920 – Internship

RSED 5110 – Curriculum in Early Childhood Special Education

RSED 5120 – Curriculum in Elementary Special Education

RSED 5130 – Curriculum in Secondary Special Education

RSED 5150 – Teaching Methods in Special Education

RSED 5160 – Collaboration in Special Education

College of Liberal Arts 

PHIL 3050 – Aesthetics

PHIL 3110 – Symbolic Logic

PHIL 3300 – Philosophy of Religion

PHIL 3330 – History of Ancient Philosophy

PHIL 3340 – History of Early Modern Philosophy

PHIL 3350 – New: History of Late Modern and Pre-Analytic Philosophy

PHIL 3400 – Medieval Philosophy

PHIL 3500 – Epistemology

PHIL 3520 – Old: Pragmatism    New: Pragmatism and American Philosophy

PHIL 3540 – Philosophy of Mind

PHIL 3550 – Philosophy of Language

PHIL 3600 – Political Philosophy

PHIL 3640 – Philosophy of Law

PHIL 3660 – Applied Ethics

PHIL 3700 – Metaphysics

PHIL 3740 – Existentialism

PHIL 4500 – Philosophy of Science

PHIL 4540 – Phenomenology

PHIL 4620 – Modern Ethical Theories

PHIL 4700 – Plato

PHIL 4750 – Aristotle

PHIL 4780 – Kant and Transcendental Idealism

February 9, 2006

College of Architecture, Design and Construction

Community Planning

CPLN 7430 – Planning Law, Ethics and Implementation

CPLN 7440 – Planning Theory

CPLN 7450 – Planning History

Master of Design-Build

 College of Business

  Business-Engineering-Technology

MKTG 4700 – Real Estate Marketing

College of Education

   CTCT 3003 – Leadership Skills for Personal and Organizational Development

 College of Engineering

 BSEN 7020 – Site-Specific Technologies for Mechanized Agricultural and Forestry Systems

BSEN 7110 – Fundamentals of Instrumentation for Biological Systems

BSEN 7220 – Renewable Energy Systems Design, Analysis and Applications

BSEN 7240 – Bulk Solids Storage, Handling and Transportation

BSEN 7260 – Advanced Unit Operations in Bioprocess Engineering

BSEN 7280 – Food Thermal Processing

BSEN 7310 – Nonpoint Source Pollution

BSEN 7320 – Nonpoint Pollution Modeling

 BSEN 7330 – Soil-Plant-Environmental System Design

 BSEN 7350 – Engineering Analysis of Lakes and Reservoirs

  MATL 7450 – High Temperature Electrochemical Devices

MATL 7620 – Nano/Micro Fluidic Systems

 MATL 7630 – Nanomaterials for Biotechnology

College of Human Science

 HDFS 7000 – Adolescent Development 

 Non-thesis Master’s option for Nutrition emphasis

Non-thesis Master’s option for Food Science emphasis

College of Liberal Arts

COMM 7300 – Approaches to Studying Language & Social Interaction

COMM 7670 – Contemporary Issues in First Amendment Law

Theatre

College of COSAM

Chemistry and Biochemistry

February 23, 2006
***CONTINUE DISCUSS ON POLICY ON MINOR***  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 Architecture, Design & Construction

BSCI 7020 – Integrated Building Processes I BSCI 7040 – Integrated Building Processes II

College of Business

Accountancy  Aviation Management Business Administration Economics Entrepreneurship and Family Business Finance Human Resources Management Inormation Systems Management International Business Logistics Marketing Operations Management  Professional Flight Management Master of Management Information Systems (MMIS)

College of Liberal Arts

MUSI 3030: Vocal Skills MUSI 3040: Brass Instrument Skills MUSI 3050: Brass Instrument Skills MUSI 3060: Woodwind Instrument Skills MUSI 3070: Woodwind Instrument Skills MUSI 3080: Percussion Skills

College of Veterinary Medicine

VBMS 7350: Advance Large Animal Urogential Surgery
March 23, 2006

 College of Education

FOUN 3100:  Child Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment

FOUN 3110:  Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment I

FOUN 3120:  Adolescent Development, Learning, Motivation & Assessment II

April 20, 2006

College of Education

FOUN 3000 – Diversity of Learners and Setting

RSED 3000 – Diversity and Exceptionality of Learners

College of Human Sciences

CAHS 3970 – Special Topics

College of Liberal Arts

FLFR 3313/3314 – Business French

FLSP 7030 – Applied Spanish Linguistics

Office of the Provost

WMST 4900: Feminist Theory

College of COSAM

Mathematics

Statistics

STAT 4610 – Applied Regression Analysis

STAT 4620 – Applied Nonparametric Statistics

STAT 4630 – Applied Time-Series Analysis

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

EDMD 3300 – Utilization of Instructional Technology for Educators

College of Engineering

ELEC 2020 – Electrical Engineering Laboratory II

 ELEC 2110 – Electrical Circuit Analysis

 ELEC 2120 – Linear Signals and Systems Analysis

   ELEC 3030 – Electrical Engineering Laboratory III

  ELEC 3040 – Electrical Engineering Laboratory IV

School of Forestry and Wildllfe Sciences

WILD 5270/6270 – Wildlife Resources Philosophy and Policy

College of Liberal Arts

French and Apparel Merchandising

May 4, 2006

College of Business

Economics Undergraduate Program Reform

 Bachelors of Science in Economics

 Economics (Business)

 Economics (Liberal Arts)

 ECON 3030 – Intermediate Macroeconomics

 ECON 3600– Mathematical Methods for Economists

 ECON 4600 – Econometrics I

Technical Systems Management

MNGT 2010: Introduction to DC Electricity and Circuits for Managers

MNGT 2011: Introduction to AC Power and Circuits for Managers

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MNGT 3010: Solid State Electronics and Digital Logic For Managers

MNGT 4010: Technical Systems Studio for Managers

 College of Education

FOUN 7316 – Design and Analysis 2

College of Liberal Arts

 B.F.A. in Graphic Design

Theatre

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 Management Information Systems (MMIS)

FINC 5510/6510/6516 – Multinational Financial Management

 College of Liberal Arts

ARTS 3240 – Interactive Media

ARTS 4250 – Design II

June 1, 2006

College of Architecture

 Community Planning Program

 College of Business

 Information Assurance

 College of Education

 Early Childhood Education Music Education/Instrumental Music Education/Vocal PhD in Physical Education  Elementary Education  CTEE 4190 – Effective Classroom Management in the Elementary School

College of Engineering

 CIVL 3110 – Hydraulics  CIVL 3510 – Transportation Engineering  ELEC 5110/6110/6116 – Wireless Networks  ELEC 5200/6200/6206 – Computer Architecture and Design  ELEC 5410/6410/6416 – Digital Signal Processing  ELEC 7250 – VLSI Testing

 College of Liberal Arts

 POLI 3020 – Introduction to Political Theory  POLI 4040 – Contemporary Political Theory
June 15, 2006

 Harrison School of Pharmacy

 Memo

 Table of Changes

PYDI 5090 – Pharmacy Practice Experience I

 PYDI 5190 – Pharmacy Practice Experience II

PYDI 5290 – Pharmacy Practice Experience III

PYDI 5390 – Pharmacy Practice Experience IV

PYDI 5490 – Pharmacy Practice Experience V

PYDI 5590 – Pharmacy Practice Experience VI

August 24, 2006

College of Education

 Music Education/Instrumental and Vocal Music  CTEE 7410 – Curriculum & Teaching in Social Science (Grades K-6) CTEE 7420 – Curriculum & Teaching in Language Arts (Grades K-6) CTEE 7430 – Curriculum & Teaching in Natural Science (Grades K-6) CTEE 7440 – Curriculum & Teaching in Mathematics (Grades K-6) CTEE 7520 – Curriculum & Teaching in Areas of Specialization

College of Engineering

 Master of Sciences in Integrated Textile and Apparel Sciences  CIVL 5480/6480/6486 – Legal Aspects of Civil Engineering Practice  CIVL 5630/6630/6636 – Advanced Concrete Materials  CIVL 7810/7816 – Advanced Construction Materials CIVL 7840/7846 – Pavement Management and Rehabilitation  ELEC 5270/6270/6276 – Low-Power Design of Electronic Circuits

College of Human Sciences

 Apparel Merchandising, Design and Production Management Interior Design  CAHS 5860/6860 – Advanced Retail Buying and Accountability

Provost Office

 Women’s Studies

College of COSAM

 SCMH 5010 – Clinical Applications I SCMH 5020 – Clinical Applications II