Nov 19, 2019  
Graduate Catalog 2015-2016 
    
Graduate Catalog 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section IX: Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.
 

 

History: Courses offered only with sufficient student demand

   •  HIST 77453 - Biography and Autobiography in U.S. History
   •  HIST 77457 - Immigration and Ethnicity in the United States
   •  HIST 77462 - Women and Family in the United States
   •  HIST 77471 - History of Judaism
   •  HIST 77497 - Major Works and Themes in US History

Latin

   •  LAT 70100 - Literature of the Early Republic
   •  LAT 70200 - Literature of the Late Republic
   •  LAT 70300 - Literature of the Early Empire
   •  LAT 70400 - Literature of the Late Empire
   •  LAT 70500 - Caesar
   •  LAT 70600 - Cicero
   •  LAT 70700 - Vergil
   •  LAT 70800 - Supervised Reading
   •  LAT 70900 - Latin Composition
   •  LAT 71000 - Topics in Latin literature.
   •  LAT 71100 - Literature of the Republic
   •  LAT 71200 - Literature of the Augustan Age
   •  LAT 71300 - Literature of the Empire
   •  LAT 72500 - Ovid
   •  LAT 72600 - Horace and Catullus
   •  LAT 72700 - Speaking and Writing Latin

Mathematics

   •  MATH 60100 - Mathematical Methods for the Physical Sciences
   •  MATH 61000 - Mathematics for the Elementary School from an Advanced Standpoint
   •  MATH 62000 - Secondary School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective I
   •  MATH 62100 - Introduction to Abstract Algebra
   •  MATH 62200 - Further Topics in Advanced Abstract Algebra
   •  MATH 62300 - Theory of Numbers
   •  MATH 62800 - Number Systems
   •  MATH 63000 - Secondary School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective II
   •  MATH 63300 - Axiomatic Geometry
   •  MATH 63400 - Geometries I
   •  MATH 63500 - Problem Solving Explorations in Mathematics
   •  MATH 64000 - Topics in Calculus
   •  MATH 64100 - Mathematical Analysis I
   •  MATH 64200 - Introduction to Theory of Functions of a Complex Variable
   •  MATH 64500 - Mathematical Analysis II
   •  MATH 65400 - Dynamical Systems and Chaos
   •  MATH 65500 - Challenging Concepts in Mathematics: Using Research to Identify Common Misconceptions and Assess Student Learning
   •  MATH 66100 - History of Mathematics
   •  MATH 67100 - Fundamental Concepts of Modern Mathematics
   •  MATH 67200 - Mathematical Logic
   •  MATH 68500 - Numerical Methods
   •  MATH 69000 - Advanced Topics in Mathematics for Teachers
   •  MATH 72100 - Modern Algebra I
   •  MATH 72200 - Modern Algebra II
   •  MATH 72500 - Advanced Linear Algebra
   •  MATH 74200 - Analytic Functions
   •  MATH 74600 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable I
   •  MATH 74700 - Theory of Functions of a Real Variable II
   •  MATH 75000 - Calculus on Manifolds
   •  MATH 75100 - General Topology
   •  MATH 75200 - Algebraic Topology
   •  MATH 77200 - Seminar
   •  MATH 77300 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 77400 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 77500 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 77600 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 77700 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 77800 - Independent Study
   •  MATH 78000 - Advanced Discrete Structures
   •  MATH 78500 - Advanced Numerical Analysis, Finite Differences and Collocation
   •  MATH 78700 - Advanced Numerical Analysis, Finite Elements
   •  MATH 79500 - Advanced Topics in Mathematics

Statistics

   •  STAT 61200 - Discrete Probability
   •  STAT 61300 - An Introduction to Statistics
   •  STAT 61400 - Data Analysis Using Statistical Software
   •  STAT 70100 - Advanced Probability Theory I
   •  STAT 70200 - Advanced Probability Theory II
   •  STAT 70300 - Mathematical Statistics
   •  STAT 70600 - General Linear Models I
   •  STAT 70700 - General Linear Models II
   •  STAT 71400 - Topics in Statistical Inference
   •  STAT 71500 - Time Series Analysis
   •  STAT 71600 - Data Analysis
   •  STAT 71700 - Multivariate Analysis
   •  STAT 71800 - Analysis of Variance
   •  STAT 72200 - Theory of Games
   •  STAT 72400 - Topics in Applied Mathematics I
   •  STAT 72500 - Topics in Applied Mathematics II
   •  STAT 72600 - The Theory and Methods of Sampling
   •  STAT 73900 - Bayesian Statistics
   •  STAT 75000 - Applied Biostatistics I
   •  STAT 75100 - Applied Biostatistics II
   •  STAT 75200 - Analysis of Categorical Data
   •  STAT 75300 - Analysis of Longitudinal Data
   •  STAT 75400 - Design and Analysis of Complex Surveys
   •  STAT 75500 - Survival Analysis
   •  STAT 76100 - Advanced Concepts in Financial Markets
   •  STAT 78600 - Modeling and Visualization
   •  STAT 78700 - Statistical Models for Spatial Data
   •  STAT 79000 - Case Seminar
   •  STAT 79100 - Independent Study
   •  STAT 79200 - Independent Study
   •  STAT 79300 - Independent Study

Mathematics and Statistics: Courses offered only if student demand is sufficient

   •  MATH 74100 - Functional Analysis
   •  STAT 63800 - Special Topics in Applied Statistics

Medical Laboratory Sciences

   •  MLS 60000 - Fundamental Concepts and Techniques in the Medical Laboratory
   •  MLS 61000 - Clinical Practicum in Medical Laboratory Technology I
   •  MLS 62000 - Clinical Practicum in Medical Laboratory Technology II
   •  MLS 70000 - Concepts of Disease: Diagnostic Strategies
 

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