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    Received by the Graduate CouncilDecember 1, 2008

    GRADUATE COUNCIL CURRICULUM COMMITTEE

    Second Meeting/2008-09 Academic Year

    November 10, 2008

SECTION A Recorded for inclusion in the Graduate Catalog p. 1 of 42

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION

    Department of Counseling, Adult and Higher Education

Course Revision Page 77, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 501. MENTAL HEALTH (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 500 or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 511. CAREER COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 500 or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 512. ORGANIZATION AND ADMINISTRATION OF CAREER COUNSELING PROGRAMS

    (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 500 CAHC 511 or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 523. SCHOOL COUNSELING: PROGRAMS, ISSUES, AND PRACTICES (3). … …. PRQ or

    CRQ: CAHC 500 or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 525. COUNSELING SKILLS AND STRATEGIES (3). Crosslisted as COMD AHRC 605X.

    Clinical preparation in counseling skill development. Overview of role of counselor and counseling process.

     Emphasis on practice in counseling skills and techniques. PRQ: CAHC 500 and aAdmission to the master’s

    program in counseling, or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 530. COUNSELING THEORIES AND PRACTICES (3). Constructs, principles and techniques of

    major counseling theories. PRQ: CAHC 525 or consent of department.

    Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 540. GROUP COUNSELING THEORIES AND PROCEDURES (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 500 or

    consent of department.

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    CAHC 550. PRACTICUM IN COUNSELING (1-6). … …. PRQ: CAHC 500, CAHC 511, CAHC 525,

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    CAHC 530, CAHC 533X, CAHC 540, and cConsent of department.

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    CAHC 551. SUPERVISED PRACTICE IN GROUP COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 540 or

    cConsent of

     department. PRQ or CRQ: CAHC 550 or consent of department.

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    CAHC 567. DRUG DEPENDENCY COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 530 CAHC 501 or consent

    of department.

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    CAHC 586. INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1-15). … …. PRQ: CAHC 550 or cConsent of department.

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    CAHC 700. PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR IN COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: Admission to the doctoral

    program in counseling or consent of department.

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    CAHC 710. THEORY IN CAREER DEVELOPMENT (3). … …. PRQ: Master’s degree in counseling or

    consent of department.

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    CAHC 730. THEORIES OF COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: Master’s degree Admission to the doctoral

    program in counseling or consent of department.

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    CAHC 740. GROUP LEADERSHIP (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 540, CAHE 730, Admission to the doctoral

    program in counseling or consent of department.

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    CAHC 750. ADVANCED PRACTICUM IN INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: Master’s

    degree in counseling or cConsent of department.

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    Second Meeting/2008-09 Academic Year

    November 10, 2008

SECTION A Recorded for inclusion in the Graduate Catalog p. 3 of 42

Course Revision Page 78, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 752. SUPERVISION IN COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: CAHC 750 Master’s degree in

    counseling and consent of department.

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    CAHC 766. HUMAN SEXUALITY COUNSELING (3). … …. PRQ: Master’s degree in counseling or

    cConsent of department.

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    CAHC 767. COUNSELING OLDER PERSONS (3). Gerontological counseling models and techniques.

    PRQ: Master’s degree in counseling or consent of department.

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    CAHC 784X. THEORETICAL FOUNDATIONS OF FAMILY THERAPY (3). … …. PRQ: Consent of

    department.

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    CAHC 786. INTERNSHIP IN COUNSELING (1-15). … …. PRQ: CAHC 700, CAHC 750, and 3 semester

    hours of required doctoral course work, or cConsent of department.

Course Revision Page 79, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CAHC 790. SEMINAR ON RESEARCH IN HUMAN SERVICES (3). … …. PRQ: Master’s degree

    Admission to the doctoral program in counseling or consent of department.

Department of Educational Technology, Research and Assessment

Course Revision Page 86, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    ETR 745X. INTERPRETIVE METHODS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3). Crosslisted as EPF 745.

    Emphasis on structuralist, poststructuralist, and semiotic theories and techniques in education to develop

    systematic hands-on interpretive projects. PRQ: ETR 525 or consent of department. EPS 524 or consent of

    department.

    Department of Leadership, Educational Psychology and Foundation

Course Revision Page 103, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

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    Second Meeting/2008-09 Academic Year

    November 10, 2008

SECTION A Recorded for inclusion in the Graduate Catalog p. 4 of 42

    EPFE 745. INTERPRETIVE METHODS IN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH (3). Crosslisted as EPS 745X

    and ETR 740X. Concentration on structuralist, poststructuralist, and semiotic theories and techniques in

    education to develop systematic hands-on interpretive projects. PRQ: ETR 525 or EPS 524 or consent of

    department.

Department of Teaching and Learning

Course Revision Page 121, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    TLSE 527. ISSUES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION (1-3 3). Trends, issues, and

    concerns in the field of early childhood special education (birth to eight years). In-depth analysis of current

    issues in the field related to children with special needs, families, service providers, and other professionals.

    May be repeated to a maximum of 3 semester hours. PRQ: Consent of department.

Course Revision Page 122, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    TLSE 587A. ELEMENTARY OR SECONDARY PRACTICUM: LEARNING BEHAVIOR SPECIALIST

    I (1-10). Supervised field experience in special education programs in schools, institutions, and other

    facilities for elementary and secondary students with disabilities. May be repeated for experience at both

    elementary and secondary levels to a maximum of 12 semester hours. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of

    department.

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    TLSE 587E. ELEMENTARY OR SECONDARY PRACTICUM IN BEHAVIOR DISORDERS (1-10).

    Supervised field experience in special education programs in schools, institutions, and other facilities for

    elementary and secondary students with behavior disorders. May be repeated for experience at both

    elementary and secondary levels to a maximum of 12 semester hours. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of

    department.

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    TLSE 587N. PRACTICUM IN EARLY CHILDHOOD SPECIAL EDUCATION (1-10). Supervised field

    experience in special education programs in schools, homes, institutions, and other facilities for infants,

    toddlers, and preschoolers with disabilities. May be repeated for experience at both elementary and

    secondary levels to a maximum of 12 semester hours. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of department.

Course Revision Page 123, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    TLSE 587W. PRACTICUM WITH STUDENTS WITH MULTIPLE DISABILITIES (1-10). Supervised

    field experience in special education programs in schools and other facilities with programs for students with

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    multiple disabilities. May be repeated for experience at both elementary and secondary levels to a maximum

    of 12 semester hours. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of department.

Course Revision Page 124, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    TLSE 591 INSTITUTE IN SPECIAL EDUCATION (1-3). Series of lectures, consultations, and discussion

    sessions on a relatively limited area of research or education. May be repeated for to a maximum of 9

    semester hours. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of department.

COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND ENGINEERING TECHNOLOGY

Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering

Course Revision Page 132, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    ISYE 540. Production Planning and Control (3). … …. PRQ: ISYE 335 or STAT 350 or UBUS 223, or consent

    of department. CRQ: ISYE 370 or OMIS 327, or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 132, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    ISYE 560. Facilities Planning and Design (3). … …. PRQ: ISYE 370 or consent of department. CRQ: ISYE

    350 or consent of department.

Department of Mechanical Engineering

Course Revision Page 136, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    MEE 510. Intermediate mechanics of materials (3). … …. PRQ: MEE 212, and MATH 336. CRQ: , and

    MEE 380 or MEE 381; or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 136, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    MEE 523. Mechanical Reliability (3). … …. PRQ: MEE 212 and CRQ: MEE 470; or consent of

    department.

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    MEE 524. Machinery Vibration (3). … …. PRQ: MEE 322 or consent of department. CRQ: and MEE 470;

    or consent of department.

Course Revision Page 137, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

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    MEE 530. … …. PRQ: MEE 212, MEE 270, and either PRQ: MEE 230 or CRQ: MEE 331, ; or consent

    of department.

    Course Revision Page 137, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    MEE 584. … …. PRQ: MEE 381 or consent of department. Recommended CRQ: MEE 481.

    Department of Technology

    Other Catalog Changes Page 139, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    Master of Science in Industrial Management

    The Department of Technology offers graduate studies leading to the M.S. in industrial management. The

     ?

    Admission to the graduate program in industrial management requires a baccalaureate degree in

     ?

    A graduate faculty adviser is appointed for each student seeking a master’s degree, and together

     ?

    A student pursuing the M.S. in industrial management must complete a minimum of 30 semester hours (31

    for non-thesis option), at least 50 percent of which must be in 600 level courses.

     ?

    Other Catalog Changes Page 139, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    Requirements (30-31)

    Tech 500 Research in Industry and Technology (3)

    One of the following areas of study (9)

    ?

     Manufacturing Systems TECH 544 (3), or TECH 545 (3) and Ttwo of the following: TECH 520 (3),

     TECH 522 (3), TECH 529 (3), TECH 540,

    ?

     Safety TECH 534 (3), or TECH 634 (3), and two of the following: TECH 532 (3), TECH 533,

    ?

     TECH 636, TECH 637, TECH 638

    ?

    Other Catalog Changes Page 139, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    Requirements (30-31)

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    Tech 500 Research in Industry and Technology (3)

    One of the following areas of study (9)

     ?

    Industrial Management Electives and Master’s Project (12-13)

    Graduate course work approved by adviser related to student’s professional objectives from courses taken

    within the Department of Technology (12) and TECH 699A, Directed Study TECH 600, Master’s Project

    (1), a master’s project related to student’s area of study which should be taken during the final semester.

    ?

    Other Catalog Changes Page 140, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    Industrial Management Electives and Master’s Project (12-13)

    ?

    Certificates of Graduate Study

    ?

    Industrial Project Management (12)

    ?

    Industrial Workplace Design Systems (12)

    ?

    Strategic Industrial Management (12)

    ?

COLLEGE OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SCIENCES

School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders

    New Course Page 137, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 602. COMMUNICATION AND EDUCATION SKILLS FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (3).

    Application of written and oral communication skills to patient-therapist interactions, including the

    development of patient interview and professional documentation skills. Overview of educational principles

    and practices utilized by physical therapists. PRQ: Consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

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     COUNCIL CURRICULUM COMMITTEE GRADUATE

    Second Meeting/2008-09 Academic Year

    November 10, 2008

SECTION A Recorded for inclusion in the Graduate Catalog p. 8 of 42

    AHPT 608. PHYSICAL THERAPY RESEARCH I: EVIDENCE-BASED PRACTICE (2). Exploration

    into the principles and concepts of evidence-based practice in physical therapy. Review of basic issues and

    concepts in research in terms of applicability to evidence-based practice. PRQ: consent of school.

New Course Page 150, 2008-09 Graduate Catalog

    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 610. FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY I (3). Development of skill in physical therapy

    evaluation procedures, including palpation techniques and examination techniques for the assessment of

    strength, range of motion, and flexibility. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 611. FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY II (3). Application of the principles of

    biomechanics and therapeutic exercise for the treatment of disorders commonly managed by physical

    therapists. Skill development in safe, effective use of therapeutic exercise equipment and patient education

    principles will be included. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 612. FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY III (3). Physical therapy management

    approaches and examination techniques. Topics include screening examinations, posture, balance, and gait

    assessments, and gait training using assistive devices. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 613. FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY IV (4). Basic science and physiological

    principles of physical agents and their applications, the ability to seek and understand the research in the use

    of these agents, and the practical skills of selecting and applying these agents in a safe and effective manner.

     PRQ: consent of school

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 614. FOUNDATIONS OF PHYSICAL THERAPY V (3). Development of skills in examination,

    evaluation and treatment of individuals with movement disorders related to soft tissue or other system

    dysfunction. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 616. MOTOR DEVELOPMENT FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (3). Examination of changes in

    body systems and movement patterns across the lifespan and the impact such changes have on the delivery

    of physical therapy services. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 617. PATHOLOGY FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (3). Introduction to principles of pathology

    and the impact on physical therapy management. PRQ: consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 618. PHARMACOLOGY FOR PHYSICAL THERAPISTS (2). Introduction to principles of

    pharmacology and the impact of pharmacological agents on physical therapy management. PRQ: consent of

    school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 620. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I (1). Introdcution to the roles and responsibilities of healthcare

    professionals in various settings across the continuum of healthcare, . including the process of clinical

    education. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of school.

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    CIP CODE: 51.2308

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     COUNCIL CURRICULUM COMMITTEE GRADUATE

    Second Meeting/2008-09 Academic Year

    November 10, 2008

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    AHPT 621. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE II (1). Part-time clinical experience that provides the opportunity to apply previously learned skills under the guidance of qualified physical therapists. Patient types include general outpatient orthopedics, balance and neurological dysfunction, and wound care. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of school.

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CIP CODE: 51.2308

    AHPT 622. CLINICAL EXPERIENCE III (4). Full-time clinical experience that provides the opportunity to apply previously learned skills under the guidance of qualified physical therapists. Settings include outpatient facilities, skilled nursing or subacute facilities and community or acute general hospitals. Emphasis will be on safety, skill in examination, treatment techniques and communication. S/U grading. PRQ: Consent of school.

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CIP CODE: 51.2308

AHPT 639. EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF MUSCULOSKELETAL DISORDERS (4). Physical

    therapy examination, evaluation, and treatment of individuals with musculoskeletal dysfunction of the extremities and lumbar spine. Emphasis on clinical decision making using evidence-based practice. PRQ: Consent of school.

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CIP CODE: 51.2308

AHPT 641. PHYSICAL THERAPY MANAGEMENT OF COMPLEX MUSCULOSKELETAL

    DISORDERS (4). Physical therapy examination, evaluation, and treatment of individuals with complex problems of the musculoskeletal system. Emphasis on clinical decision making using evidence-based practice. PRQ: Consent of school.

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CIP CODE: 51.2308

AHPT 642. MEDICAL ISSUES IN MUSCULOSKELETAL PHYSICAL THERAPY (3). Exploration into

    diagnosis and medical management of patients with musculoskeletal disorders throughout the life span and in multiple clinical settings. Basic issues and concepts in human physiology, anatomy, pathology, and pharmacology will be reviewed in terms of applicability to evidence-based practice. PRQ: Consent of

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