Appendices

APPENDIX A
UNDERGRADUATE
COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

COURSE ADDS

43-07-001 SPLED 397
Special Topics
SPECIAL TOPICS (1-9)
Formal courses given infrequently to explore, in depth, a comparatively
narrow subject which may be topical or of special interest.
PROPOSED START:  S12015

APPENDIX B
GRADUATE

COURSE ADDS

43-07-002 A E   880
Facility Energy Management
FACILITY E MGMT (3)
Course examines fundamentals of energy supply, use and management related to the operation of buildings.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-003 A E   881
Effective Facility Management and Planning
FACILITY MGMT & PL (3)
Course examines management skills necessary to effectively lead and manage a facility management organization.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-004 ADTED 533
Global Online and Distance Education
GLOB ONLINE & DE (3)
Students will explore the historical and current developments of online and distance education in different regions of the world.
PREREQUISITE: ADTED 460
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-005 APLNG 585
Pragmatics in Language Learning and Teaching
L2 PRAGMATICS (3)
Survey of literature on teaching and learning of second language pragmatics.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-006 ARCH  503
Materials and Building Construction I
MATERIALS I (3)
Examination of fundamental and advanced building materials, systems and construction technologies associated with their architectural use.
CONCURRENT: ARCH 531, A E 421
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-007 ARCH  510
Contemporary Architecture and Planning Theories
ARCH PLAN THEORIES (3)
Examination of core architectural and urban theories through a critical analysis of key concepts from antiquity to the present.
PREREQUISITE: ARCH 502
CONCURRENT: ARCH 533
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-008 ARCH  512A
Doctoral Research Theory
RESEARCH THEORY (3)
Inquiry into paradigms of theory in architecture and landscape architecture, as pertain to doctoral level research, practice, and teaching.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-009 ARCH  512B
Doctoral Research Design
RESEARCH DESIGN (3)
Research design and methods, sampling strategies, potential biases, confounding problems, and the limits of inference in architecture and landscape architecture research.
PREREQUISITE: ARCH 512A
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-010 ARCH  521
Visual Communications I
VIS COM I (2)
Examination of two and three-dimensional graphic communication and modeling techniques for an advanced understanding of visual communication in architecture.
CONCURRENT: ARCH 531
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-011 ARCH  532
Architecture Design II
ARCH DES II (6)
Studio focusing on the design of small to medium scale architecture that addresses the  complexity of a total work.
PREREQUISITE: ARCH 503, ARCH 531, A E 421
CONCURRENT: ARCH 504, ARCH 522, A E 422
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-012 ARCH  533
Architectural Design III
ARCH DES III (6)
Studio emphasizing the design of multi-functional buildings, and stress the creative synergy among building design, structure, site, and context.
PREREQUISITE: ARCH 504, ARCH 532, A E 422
CONCURRENT: ARCH 510, A E 211
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-013 ARCH  534
Architectural Design IV
ARCH DES IV (6)
Studio developing advanced designs for comprehensive buildings responding to human needs in terms of cultural meaning, context, and technical requirements.
PREREQUISITE: ARCH 533
CONCURRENT: ARCH 480, A E 424
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-014 ART H 603
Foreign Academic Experience
FOREIGN ACAD EXP (1-12)
Foreign study and/or research approved by the graduate program for students
enrolled in a foreign university constituting progress toward the degree.
PROPOSED START:  SP2015

43-07-015 C E   538
Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings
QUAKE-RES BLDG DES (3)
Introductory engineering seismology, basic principles of structural dynamics, application of earthquake design provisions of model building codes to design of buildings.
PREREQUISITE: A E 401, A E 402, A E 430
CROSS LIST: A E   538
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

43-07-016 CI ED 538
East Asian Education, Leadership, and Reform
E ASIA ED&LDRSHP (3)
The social and organizational characteristics of East Asian schooling, including understandings of authority, power, and leadership, and systemic school reform.
CROSS LIST: EDLDR 538
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-017 CSE   584
Machine Learning: Tools and Algorithms
MACHINE LEARNING (3)
Computational methods for modern machine learning models, including applications to big data and non-differentiable objective functions.
CROSS LIST: STAT  584
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-018 E SC 525
Neural Engineering: Fundamentals of Interfacing with Brain
NEURAL INTERFACES (3)
Biophysical basis of neural function, measurable signals, and neural stimulations.
PREREQUISITE: E SC 400H or equivalent
PROPOSED START: FA2015

43-07-019 E SC  527
Brain Computer Interfaces (BCI)
BCI (3)
Biophysical basis of non-invasive brain signals (electroencephalograms); real-time signal processing.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-019A E SC 582
Micro- and Nano-Structured Light Emitting Devices
LED’S (3)
Principles and applications of Micro- and Nano-Structured Light Emitting Devices
PROPOSED START: FA2015

43-07-019B E SC 583
Micro- and Nano-Optoelectronic Devices and Applications
MICRO/NANO OPTO (3)
Principles and applications of micro- and nano-optoelectronic devices.
PROPOSED START: FA2015

43-07-020 EDLDR 538
East Asian Education, Leadership, and Reform
E ASIAN ED&LDRSHP (3)
The social and organizational characteristics of East Asian schooling, including understandings of authority, power, and leadership, and systemic school reform.
CROSS LIST: CI ED 538
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-021 EDLDR 582
Reviewing and Editing Education and Policy Journals
EDUC JRNAL EDIT (3)
Introduction to education policy journals and the review and editing process; discussion of emerging issues within the academic publishing industry.
CROSS LIST: EDTHP 582  HI ED 582
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-022 EDSGN 601
Ph.D. Dissertation Full-Time
PH D DIS FULL-TIME (0)
No description.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-023 EDSGN 603
Foreign Academic Experience
FOREIGN ACAD EXPER (1-12)
Foreign study and/or research constituting progress toward the degree at a foreign university.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-024 EDSGN 610
Thesis Research Off Campus
THES RES OFF CMPUS (1-15 per semester/maximum of 15)
No description.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-025 EDSGN 611
Ph.D. Dissertation Part-Time
PH D DIS PART-TIME (0)
No description.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-026 EDTHP 582
Reviewing and Editing Education and Policy Journals
EDUC JRNAL EDIT (3)
Introduction to education policy journals and the review and editing process; discussion of emerging issues within the academic publishing industry.
CROSS LIST: EDLDR 582  HI ED 582
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-027 FD SC 526
Microbial Physiology of Foodborne Organisms
FDBORNE ORGANISMS (3)
A current literature-based course investigating the mechanisms by which foodborne bacteraia (beneficial and pathogenic) grow, survive, and react to environments encountered in foods and during food processing.
PREREQUISITE: B M B 401 or B M B 450
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-028 H P A 525
Health and Health Services Across the Life Course
LIFE COURSE HEALTH (3)
Explores health and health services across the life course using a population health approach.
PREREQUISITE: H P A 520 and STAT 401
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-029 HI ED 582
Reviewing and Editing Education and Policy Journals
EDUC JRNSL EDIT (3)
Introduction to education policy journals and the review and editing process; discussion of emerging issues within the academic publishing industry.
CROSS LIST: EDLDR 582  EDTHP 582
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-030 I E 568
Healthcare Systems Engineering
HEALTH SYS ENG (3)
Quantitative methods to analyze and improve healthcare systems.
PREREQUISITE: I E 405, I E 425, and I E 433
PROPOSED START: FA2015

43-07-031 IST   865
Leadership in a Crisis Environment
LDRSHP IN CRIS ENV (3)
This course examines the leadership traits necessary to handle a crisis, disaster, or emergency.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-032 L A   802
Fundraising Leadership II: Achieving Success
FUNDRAIS LEADER II (3)
This course focuses on advanced topics in fundraising and leadership: strategic planning, communications, and management of campaigns, events, and people.
PREREQUISITE: L A 402
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-033 L A   895
Internship
INTERNSHIP (1-18 per semester/maximum of 18)
Supervised off-campus, non-group instruction, including field experiences, practicums, or internships. Written and oral critique of activity required.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-033A PHP 832
Fundamentals of Biorisk Mangement
FUND BIORISK MGMT (3)
This course covers the principles, methods, and competencies for developing, improving, and evaluating a biorisk management system.
PROPOSED START: FA2015

43-07-034 PHS   554
Statistical Methods in Epidemiology
STAT METHOD EPIDEM (3)
Biostatistical methods in the design and analysis of epidemiological (observational) studies.
PREREQUISITE: PHS 521 and PHS 551
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-035 PHS   555
Statistical Methods for Public Health II
STAT PUBLIC HTH II (3)
This course will provide theoretical and applied foundations in statistical genetics and genomics, survival data analysis, and longitudinal data analysis as applied in biomedical research and public health.
PREREQUISITE: PHS 554
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-036 PHS   575
Integrative Seminar in Public Health Leadership
PUB HI LEAD (3)
Provides the knowledge and skills necessary to understand the dynamic nature of leadership within the public health sector.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-037 PHS   576
Integrative Seminar in Public Health Policy
PUBL HEALTH POLICY (3)
Provides in-depth exploration of the development, implementation, and analysis of public health and health-related policy.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-038 PHS   577
Integrative Seminar in Sosical & Behavioral Determinants of Health
SOCIAL DETERM HLTH (3)
Students examine the multiple determinants of population health and initiatives that could improve population health and reduce health disparities.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-039 PHS   892
Directed Studies in Public Health
DIR STUD PUB HL (3)
The Directed Studies course is intended to help prepare students for dissertation research and/or culimnating manuscript preparation.
PREREQUISITE: completion of DrPH core requirements (21 credits)
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-040 PHS   895B
Advanced Field Experience
ADV FIELD EXP (1-6)
This course provides DrPH degree students with advanced hands-on, practical experience in the practice of public health.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-041 PL SC 507
Game Theory for Political Science II
GAME THEORY II (3)
This course offers information regarding the advanced application of non-cooperative game theory in political science.
PREREQUISITE: PL SC 506
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-042 PL SC 543
Political Representation
POLITICAL REP (3)
An examination of significant concepts, ideas, and research questions addressed in recent and classic studies of political representation.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-043 SPLED 520
Current Issues in Special Education
ISSUES IN SPLED (3)
Explore current issues and research in the field of special education.
PREREQUISITE: SPLED 525
CROSS LIST: EDPSY 520
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-044 SPLED 554
Developing and Interpreting Assessments in Special Education
DEV INTER ASSESS (3)
Advanced assessment of special needs learners including research and legal basis for norm-referenced and informal assessments.
PREREQUISITE: SPLED 573 or equivalent
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-045 SPLED 801
Evidence-Based Student, Classroom, and School-Wide Behavior Supports
BEHAV SUPPORT (3)
Overview of motivation, encouraging positive behaviors, effective classroom management, performance feedback, functional behavior assessment, collaboration, generalization, and maintenance of behavior.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-046 SPLED 802
Design and Delivery of Evidence-Based Instruction for Learners with Special Needs
SPLED INSTRUCTION (3)
Evidence-based methods for designing, delivering, and adapting instruction for students with special needs in general education settings.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-047 SS ED 535
Teaching and Learning Historical Literacy with Media
TCH LRN HIST MEDIA (3)
Study of how historically oriented media influence learning about past and connect to present with challenges and potential for education.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-048 STAT  584
Machine Learning: Tools and Algorithms
MACHINE LEARNING (3)
Computational methods for modern machine learning models, including applications to big data and non-differentiable objective functions.
CROSS LIST: CSE   584
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

COURSE CHANGES

OLD
43-07-049 A E   538
Earthquake Resistant Design of Buildings
EARTHQUAKE DESIGN (3)
Introductory engineering seismology, basic principles of structural dynamics, application of earthquake design provisions of model building codes to design of buildings.
PREREQUISITE: A E 403, A E 430, A E 431
APPROVED START:  SP2005

NEW
CHANGE SHORT TITLE: QUAKE-RES BLDG DES
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: A E 401, A E 402, A E 430
ADD CROSS LIST: C E   538
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-050 BUSAD 879
Sustainable Products and Service Development
SUSTAINABLE PROD (3)
In-depth exploration of the creation and development of sustainable products and services.
APPROVED START:  S12012

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Sustainable Supply Chain Management (SUSTAINABLE SCM)
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: In-depth exploration of sustainability of manufacturing and supply chain operations.
ADD PREREQUISITE: OPMGT 510
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-050A EDTEC 566
Computers as Learning Tools
COMP LEARN TOOL (3)
Amplifying thinking or organizing mental functions with computers.
PREREQUISITE: EDPSY 421, EDTEC 561
APPROVED START: FA2006

NEW
CHANGE ABBREVIATION: LDT
REMOVE PREREQUISITES
PROPOSED START: SP2016

OLD
43-07-050B GEOG 883
Remote Sensing for the Geospatial Intelligence Professional
GEOINT REMOTESENSI (3)
Understanding remote sensing systems’ operation, data products, and processing techniques to address typical proble3m scenarios faced by the GEOINT professional.
PREREQUISITE: GEOG 882
APPROVED START: S12008

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Remote Sensing Analysis and Applications (RS ANALYSIS)
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: GEOG 480
PROPOSED START: SP2016

OLD
43-07-051 HLS   594
Research Topics
RESEARCH TOPICS (1-15)
Supervised student activities on research projects identified on an individual or small-group basis.
PREREQUISITE: Completion of at least 15 credits in the program or permission of the instructor.
CROSS LIST: PHP   594
APPROVED START:  SP2012

NEW
CHANGE CREDITS: 3
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: Research project.
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: HLS 801, HLS 803, and HLS 805; P ADM 401, P ADM 404, P ADM 802, and P ADM 803
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-051A HRER 802
Organizations in the Workplace
ORG WORKPLACE HRER (3)
This course provides students with an overview of selected managerial behavior and career topics in modern organizations.
APPROVED START: FA2007

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Human Behavior and Organizational Performance (BEHAV & ORG PERF)
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: This course helps students understand individual and team behavior in organizations and its impact on individual, team, and organizational effectiveness.
PROPOSED START: SP2016

OLD
43-07-051B INSYS 527
Designing Constructivist Learning Environments
DSGN CNSTR LRN ENV (3)
Designing learning environments based on constructivist principles of learning that provide modeling, coaching, and scaffolding.
PREREQUISITE: EDPSY 421, INSYS 415
APPROVED START: S11996

NEW
CHANGE ABBREVIATION: LDT
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: LDT 415
PROPOSED START: SP2016

OLD
43-07-052 IST   557
Data Mining I
DATA MINING I (3)
This course introduces data mining and statistical/machine learning, and their applications in information retrieval, database management, and image analysis.
PREREQUISITE: STAT 318 or STAT 416 and basic programming skills
CROSS LIST: STAT  557
APPROVED START:  S12009

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Data Mining: Techniques and Applications (DM: TECH & APPL)
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: This course will introduce data mining techniques, including frequent pattern and association rule mining, some basic background on classification and clustering, and applications of data mining techniques in specific domains. The emphasis will be on applications in specific domains rather than fundamental methodologies.
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: Programming, Data Structures, Algorithms, Basic Statistics
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-053 NURS  527
Promoting Healthy Lifestyles in the School-Age Population
PROMHEALTHYLIFESTY (3)
This course will focus on promoting health lifestyles for the school age population.
APPROVED START:  S12011

NEW
CHANGE NUMBER: 827
CHANGE SHORT TITLE: PROMT HEALTHY LIFE
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-054 STAT  557
Data Mining I
DATA MINING I (3)
This course introduces data mining and statistical/machine learning, and their applications in information retrieval, database management, and image analysis.
PREREQUISITE: STAT 318 or STAT 416 and basic programming skills
CROSS LIST: IST   557
APPROVED START:  S12009

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Data Mining: Techniques and Applications (DM: TECH & APPL)
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: This course will introduce data mining techniques, including frequent pattern and association rule mining, some basic background on classification and clustering, and applications of data mining techniques in specific domains. The emphasis will be on applications in specific domains rather than fundamental methodologies.
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: Programming, Data Structures, Algorithms, Basic Statistics STAT 416 and basic programming skills
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-055 WF ED 572
Organization Development For Industrial Trainers
ORG DEV IND TRNRS (3)
An introduction to major concepts, skills and techniques required by industrial trainers to support and facilitate organization change.
PREREQUISITE: WF ED 471
APPROVED START:  S11996

NEW
CHANGE TITLES: Foundations in Organization Development and Change (FOUN ORG DEV & CHG)
CHANGE DESCRIPTION: Development of major concepts, skills and techniques required by workplace learning professionals to support and facilitate organization change.
REMOVE PREREQUISITE
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

COURSE DROPS

43-07-056 APLNG 573
Communicative Language Teaching
COMM LANG TEACHING (3)
Cognitive, linguistic, and sociocultural foundations of communicative language teaching (CLT) as reflected in current international language teaching policies/practices.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-057 CSA   501
Introduction to Student Affairs
INTRO STU AFFAIRS (3)
An introduction to student affairs in higher education with consideration of various functional areas of the profession.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-058 CSA   502
Organization and Administration in Student Affairs
ORG & ADM STU AFRS (3)
Formulation of policies as guides to the student personnel service programs; integration of program elements; research; current problems and trends.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-059 CSA   505
Capstone Seminar
CAPSTONE SEMINAR (2)
This seminar provides advanced students an opportunity to apply concepts from previous course work to current issues facing student affairs.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-060 CSA   506
Campus Environments
CAMPUS ENVIRONMENT (3)
Examination of theoretical concepts and empirical findings that describe the college environment and explain its impact on students and staff.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-061 CSA   594
Research Topics
RESEARCH TOPICS (1-9)
Supervised student activities on research projects identified on an individual or small-group basis.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-062 CSA   595
Internship
INTERNSHIP (1-9)
Supervised off-campus, nongroup instruction, including field experiences, practicums, or internships. Written and oral critique of activity required.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-063 CSA   596
Individual Studies
INDIVIDUAL STUDIES (1-9)
Creative projects, including nonthesis research, that are supervised on an individual basis and which fall outside the scope of formal courses.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-064 CSA   597
Special Topics
SPECIAL TOPICS (1-9)
Formal courses given on a topical or special interest subject which may be offered infrequently; several different topics may be taught in one year or semester.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

43-07-065 WMNST 541
Women and Minorities in Adult Education
WMN & MIN IN ADTED (3)
Seminar on women and minority adults as learners and leaders in various contexts of adult education.
PREREQUISITE: ADTED 460
CROSS LIST: ADTED 541
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

  APPENDIX C
COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

COURSE ADDS

43-07-066 SHS   711
Science of Health Systems
HEALTHSYSTEMS (6)
Students will learn the foundations of health systems through in class instruction and patient navigation clinical site experiences.
PROPOSED START:  S12015

43-07-067 SHS   721
Science of Health Systems
HEALTHSYSTEMS (4)
Students will learn the foundations of health systems through in class instruction and patient navigation clinical site experiences.
PREREQUISITE: SHS 711
PROPOSED START:  S12015

APPENDIX D
DICKINSON SCHOOL OF LAW

COURSE ADDS

43-07-068 CRIML 980
Criminal Procedure
CRIMINAL PROCEDURE (3) CRDT ONLY: N ANON GR: Y
Criminal Procedure introduces students to constitutional analysis by examining key provisions of the Fourth, Fifth, Sixth and Fourteenth Amendments as they apply to policy investigations, interrogation and the circumstances in which indigent defendants are guaranteed the assistance of counsel.
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

COURSE CHANGES

OLD
43-07-069 IHASE 995A
In-House Clinic–Art, Sports, and Entertainment Law
IH ART/SPRT/ENTRMT (1-2 per semester/maximum of 4) CRDT ONLY: N ANON GR: N
This clinic is designed to acquaint students with the unique yet pragmatic knowledge and skills incident to rendering quality legal service in the art, sports, and entertainment professions.
PREREQUISITE: SEM 927 and faculty approval
APPROVED START:  SP2011

NEW
CHANGE CREDITS: 1-2 per semester/maximum of 4
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: Prerequisite or concurrent: SEM 927 and INTPR 960 ; recommended INTPR 985; faculty approval required
PROPOSED START:  SP2016

OLD
43-07-070 PERSP 952
Energy Law & Policy – National and International
ENERGY LW & POL (3) CRDT ONLY: N ANON GR: N
This course is the introductory course in the regulation of energy in the United States.
APPROVED START:  SP2014

NEW
CHANGE LONG TITLE: Energy Law and Policy
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

OLD
43-07-071 SEM   939
Tax Policy Seminar
TAX POLICY SMNR (2) CRDT ONLY: N ANON GR: N
This course examines the fundamental issues in tax policy, focusing on trends and on current legislative proposals. Specific subjects include the underpinnings of the various tax systems, the tax legislative process, the use of tax structure and incentives to implement social and economic objectives, the legal methodology of controlling tax abuse, and similar subjects.
APPROVED START:  SP2007

NEW
ADD PREREQUISITE: TAX 949
PROPOSED START:  FA2015

OLD
43-07-072 TAX   951
Comparative International Tax Law
COMP INTL TAX LAW (3) CRDT ONLY: N ANON GR: Y
This course treats the unique problems of Home country taxation of the foreign income and operations of resident persons and enterprises and Host country taxation of foreign persons and enterprises. Topics include the treatment of cross-border business and investment; sales, financing and e-commerce; the source of income; worldwide and territorial taxation;
methods for the elimination of double taxation including foreign tax credits, exemption, and treaties; controlled foreign corporations; tax avoidance; and value added taxes. While stressing the law of the United States and the European Union, this course broadly examines the tax law of both developed and emerging economies to gain a better understanding of the impact of
taxation internationally.
APPROVED START:  S12013

NEW
CHANGE PREREQUISITE: TAX 949
PROPOSED START:  FA2015