WSU CAHNRS

College of Agricultural, Human, and Natural Resource Sciences

Agricultural and Food Systems

Courses

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Accounting (Acctg)

230 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Introduction to corporate financial reporting via the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.

230 Introduction to Financial Accounting 3 Course Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Introduction to corporate financial reporting via the preparation and interpretation of financial statements.

231 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 Introduction to managerial accounting; generation and use of accounting data for planning and controlling business operations.

231 Introduction to Managerial Accounting 3 Course Prerequisite: ACCTG 230. Introduction to managerial accounting; generation and use of accounting data for planning and controlling business operations.

330 (Effective through Summer 2012) Intermediate Accounting I 3 Theory underlying the determination of income; analysis of financial statements.

330 Intermediate Accounting I 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Theory underlying the determination of income; analysis of financial statements.

331 (Effective through Summer 2012) Intermediate Accounting II 3 Continuation of ACCTG 330.

331 Intermediate Accounting II 3 Course Prerequisite: ACCTG 330; certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Continuation of ACCTG 330.

335 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Taxation 3 Fundamentals of tax information use in making sound business and financial decisions.

335 Introduction to Taxation 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Fundamentals of tax information use in making sound business and financial decisions.

338 (Effective through Summer 2012) Cost Accounting 3 Management uses of cost information; cost systems and system design; cost analysis.

338 Cost Accounting 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Management uses of cost information; cost systems and system design; cost analysis.

420 (Effective through Summer 2012) Accounting and Culture 3 Cultural differences and how they affect accounting practices and standards in a variety of countries. Not an accounting technical course.

420 Accounting and Culture 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Cultural differences and how they affect accounting practices and standards in a variety of countries. Not an accounting technical course.

430 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Accounting 3 Partnership equities and extended forms of corporate ownerships and entities.

430 Advanced Accounting 3 Course Prerequisite: ACCTG 330; certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Partnership equities and extended forms of corporate ownerships and entities. Recommended preparation: ACCTG 331.

433 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Accounting Systems and Auditing 3 Accounting systems design; internal control and computerization.

433 [M] Accounting Systems and Auditing 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Accounting systems design; internal control and computerization. Recommended preparation: ACCTG 330.

435 (Effective through Summer 2012) Individual Income Taxes 3 The study of individual income taxes from both compliance and planning perspectives. Credit not granted to those taking ACCTG 335 prior to Fall 1999.

435 Individual Income Taxes 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. The study of individual income taxes from both compliance and planning perspectives. Credit not granted to those taking ACCTG 335 prior to Fall 1999. Recommended preparation: ACCTG 335.

438 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Advanced Cost Accounting and Management 3 Cost/managerial accounting as it is used for decision making and strategic planning; emphasis on budgeting, product cost, and performance measurement.

438 [M] Advanced Cost Accounting and Management 3 Course Prerequisite: ACCTG 338; certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Cost/managerial accounting as it is used for decision making and strategic planning; emphasis on budgeting, product cost, and performance measurement.

439 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Auditing 3 Nature of auditing, generally accepted auditing standards, and audit procedures as related to auditing of financial statements by independent accountants.

439 [M] Auditing 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Nature of auditing, generally accepted auditing standards, and audit procedures as related to auditing of financial statements by independent accountants. Recommended preparation: ACCTG 433.

443 (Effective through Summer 2012) Business Processes and Controls 3 Introduction to business processes and internal controls, including risk assessment and internal audit.

443 Business Processes and Controls 3 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in the College of Business, or certified minor in Business Administration. Introduction to business processes and internal controls, including risk assessment and internal audit. Recommended preparation: ACCTG 433; ACCTG 439.

498 (Effective through Summer 2012) Accounting Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government or non-profit organization. S, F grading.

498 Accounting Internship V 2-15 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Course Prerequisite: By department permission. Cooperative educational internship with a business, government or non-profit organization. S, F grading.

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

530 (Effective through Summer 2012) Accounting Theory 3 Recent developments with respect to the determination of income and the valuation of assets.

530 Accounting Theory 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Recent developments with respect to the determination of income and the valuation of assets.

532 (Effective through Summer 2012) Contemporary Accounting Cases and Problems 3 Accounting theory applied to external financial reporting practices.

532 Contemporary Accounting Cases and Problems 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Accounting theory applied to external financial reporting practices.

533 (Effective through Summer 2012) Administrative Control 3 Managerial evaluation of budgeting, cost accounting, and financial analysis techniques; their utilization in control of operations.

533 Administrative Control 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA or Business PhD programs only. Managerial evaluation of budgeting, cost accounting, and financial analysis techniques; their utilization in control of operations.

535 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Taxation 3 Federal income tax impact on corporations, S corporations, partnerships, estates, trusts and their beneficial owners.

535 Advanced Taxation 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Federal income tax impact on corporations, S corporations, partnerships, estates, trusts and their beneficial owners.

537 (Effective through Summer 2012) Professional Research 3 Methodology used by accounting professionals to research applied problems in taxation, accounting, and auditing; communicate results.

537 Professional Research 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Methodology used by accounting professionals to research applied problems in taxation, accounting, and auditing; communicate results.

538 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Cost/Managerial Accounting 3 Cost concepts, cost and managerial accounting systems; current issues and research in cost and managerial accounting.

538 Seminar in Cost/Managerial Accounting 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Cost concepts, cost and managerial accounting systems; current issues and research in cost and managerial accounting.

539 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Public Accounting and Auditing 3 Public accounting and auditing to present; current issues including statistical sampling and computers.

539 Seminar in Public Accounting and Auditing 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Public accounting and auditing to present; current issues including statistical sampling and computers.

540 (Effective through Summer 2012) Corporate Taxation 3 Application of federal tax provisions and rules pertaining to corporations, including S corporations; tax planning and consequences of corporate decisions.

540 Corporate Taxation 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Application of federal tax provisions and rules pertaining to corporations, including S corporations; tax planning and consequences of corporate decisions.

541 (Effective through Summer 2012) Flow Through Entities 3 Tax law and preparation requirements for entities in which tax elements passes thorough to the owner’s individual income tax return.

541 Flow Through Entities 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Tax law and preparation requirements for entities in which tax elements passes thorough to the owner’s individual income tax return.

542 (Effective through Summer 2012) Gifts, Estates and Trusts 3 Estate and gift tax law.

542 Gifts, Estates and Trusts 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Estate and gift tax law.

543 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Topics in Accounting 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Critical topics in accounting including new developments.

543 Special Topics in Accounting 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Critical topics in accounting including new developments.

544 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Accounting Systems and Auditing 3 Advanced topics in accounting systems, auditing and controls.

544 Advanced Accounting Systems and Auditing 3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Advanced topics in accounting systems, auditing and controls.

550 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting V 2-3 Fundamentals of financial and managerial accounting; primarily for graduate students who wish to meet the MBA core requirements in accounting.

550 Introduction to Financial and Managerial Accounting V 2-3 Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA or Business PhD programs only. Fundamentals of financial and managerial accounting; primarily for graduate students who wish to meet the MBA core requirements in accounting.

596 (Effective through Summer 2012) Doctoral Topics 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Advanced topics in accounting.

596 Doctoral Topics 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 15 hours. Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Advanced topics in accounting.

600 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the MBA, Master of Accounting, or Business PhD programs. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. S, F grading.

702 (Effective through Summer 2012) Master’s Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

702 Master’s Special Problems, Directed Study, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to the Master of Accounting program. Independent research in special problems, directed study, and/or examination credit for students in a non-thesis master’s degree program. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 702 credit. S, F grading.

800 (Effective through Summer 2012) Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling in 800 units. S, F grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: Admission to PhD programs in business. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. S, F grading.

Advertising (Adver)

Upper-division Course EnrollmentEnrollment in 300-400-level School of Communication courses is restricted to those students who have certified as a communication major or minor. (Exceptions include Com 321, ComSt 302, Com St 342, ComSt 421, Com 471, and Jour 405, for students certified in a major requiring these courses.)

380 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advertising Principles and Practices 3 Advertising history, theory and practice by advertising agencies and organizations.

381 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Advertising Copywriting and Creative Strategies 3 Development of effective advertising copy and creative strategies.

382 (Effective through Summer 2012) Media Planning 3 Media planning theories, strategies, and practices.

382 Media Planning 3 Course Prerequisite: ADVER 380; certified major in communication. Media planning theories, strategies, and practices.

475 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Advertising 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours.

475 Seminar in Advertising 3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 9 hours. Course Prerequisite: Certified major in Communication.

480 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advertising Agency Operation and Campaigns 3 Principles and functions of advertising management: campaign planning, execution, presentation and evaluation.

480 Advertising Agency Operation and Campaigns 3 Course Prerequisite: ADVER 381; ADVER 382; certified major in communication. Principles and functions of advertising management: campaign planning, execution, presentation and evaluation.

495 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advertising Professional Internship V 2-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. S, F grading.

495 Advertising Professional Internship V 2-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Course Prerequisite: ADVER 381 or 382; MKTG 360; certified major in communication. By application only. S, F grading.

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

580 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advertising Agency Operation and Campaigns 3 Principles and functions of advertising management: campaign planning, execution, presentation and evaluation.

580 Advertising Agency Operation and Campaigns 3 Principles and functions of advertising management: campaign planning, execution, presentation and evaluation.

Agricultural and Food Systems (AFS)

101 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Agricultural and Food Systems 3 Introduction to the disciplines and integration of the fields of agriculture, food production, manufacturing and distribution to define and solve real-world problems.

101 Introduction to Agricultural and Food Systems 3 Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 101 or concurrent enrollment; HORT 102 or concurrent enrollment. Introduction to the disciplines and integration of the fields of agriculture, food production, manufacturing and distribution to define and solve real-world problems.

105 (Effective through Summer 2012) Organic Gardening and Farming 3 Principles and production practices of organic gardening and farming. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AG 101).

105 Organic Gardening and Farming 3 Principles and production practices of organic gardening and farming. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AG 101).

201 (Effective through Summer 2012) Systems Skills Development for Agricultural & Food Systems 3 (2-2) Development of tools and skills in building, evaluating and applying model systems in agricultural production, food manufacturing and distribution in rural society and society as a whole; focus on the types of systems, construction and analysis.

201 Systems Skills Development for Agricultural & Food Systems 3 (2-2) Course Prerequisite: AFS 101; ECONS 101; ANIM SCI 101; CROP SCI 102. Development of tools and skills in building, evaluating and applying model systems in agricultural production, food manufacturing and distribution in rural society and society as a whole; focus on the types of systems, construction and analysis.

302 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Introduction of Agroecology 3 Agroecological crop production through case study analyses and applications of ecological principles in traditional and modern farming systems. (Crosslisted course offered as SOIL SCI 302, AFS 302).

302 [M] Introduction of Agroecology 3 Agroecological crop production through case study analyses and applications of ecological principles in traditional and modern farming systems. (Crosslisted course offered as SOIL SCI 302, AFS 302). Recommended preparation: SOIL SCI 201.

401 (Effective through Summer 2012) [T] Advanced Systems Analysis and Design in Agricultural & Food Systems 3 (2-2) Problem solving methodologies as applied to integrated agricultural systems analysis and design problems; strong emphasis on teamwork.

401 [T] Advanced Systems Analysis and Design in Agricultural & Food Systems 3 (2-2) Course Prerequisite: AFS 201; STAT 212 or 412; junior standing. Problem solving methodologies as applied to integrated agricultural systems analysis and design problems; strong emphasis on teamwork.

445 (Effective through Summer 2012) Field Analysis of Sustainable Food Systems 3 Experiential course visiting farms, food processing and marketing facilities to develop understanding of issues and relationships of sustainable food systems. (Crosslisted course offered as AFS 445, CRS 445). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

445 Field Analysis of Sustainable Food Systems 3 Experiential course visiting farms, food processing and marketing facilities to develop understanding of issues and relationships of sustainable food systems. (Crosslisted course offered as AFS 445, CRS 445). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

501 (Effective through Summer 2012) Current Research in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture 3 Multidisciplinary framework to assess the sustainability of a range of farming and food systems.

501 Current Research in Organic and Sustainable Agriculture 3 Multidisciplinary framework to assess the sustainability of a range of farming and food systems.

545 (Effective through Summer 2012) Field Analysis of Sustainable Food Systems 3 Experiential course visiting farms, food processing and marketing facilities to develop understanding of issues and relationships of sustainable food systems. (Crosslisted course offered as AFS 445, CRS 445). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

545 Field Analysis of Sustainable Food Systems 3 Experiential course visiting farms, food processing and marketing facilities to develop understanding of issues and relationships of sustainable food systems. (Crosslisted course offered as AFS 445, CRS 445). Offered at 400 and 500 level.

Agricultural Education (AgEd)

342 (Effective through Summer 2012) Methods of Teaching Agriculture 3 Methods and strategies for teaching agricultural science.

342 Methods of Teaching Agriculture 3 Course Prerequisite: TCH LRN 303; admitted to teacher education (Secondary Education). Methods and strategies for teaching agricultural science.

407 (Effective through Summer 2012) Student Teaching in Agricultural Education V 4-16 Supervised teaching in public schools including seminars reflecting effective teaching. S, F grading.

407 Student Teaching in Agricultural Education V 4-16 Course Prerequisite: AG ED 450; AG ED 442; AG ED 471. Supervised teaching in public schools including seminars reflecting effective teaching. Required preparation: Includes applying; paying certification fees; completing all other coursework for degree and teacher certification; receiving fingerprint clearance from WSP, FBI, and Office of Professional Practices; maintaining 2.5 gpa overall and in endorsement and professional core classes. Placement by interview only. S, F grading.

440 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Principles of Career and Technical Education V 2-3 Local, state, and national vocational technical educational legislation, policies, programs, and organizations.

440 [M] Principles of Career and Technical Education V 2-3 Course Prerequisite: TCH LRN 464; TCH LRN 465; TCH LRN 466; concurrent enrollment AG ED 450. Local, state, and national vocational technical educational legislation, policies, programs, and organizations.

442 (Effective through Summer 2012) Program Planning in Agricultural Education 2 Organization and management of a total vocational agricultural program.

442 Program Planning in Agricultural Education 2 Organization and management of a total vocational agricultural program.

450 (Effective through Summer 2012) Planning, Curriculum, and Techniques in Ag Ed 3 Focus on career and technical education program planning, curriculum development, and instructional techniques for agricultural education programs.

450 Planning, Curriculum, and Techniques in Ag Ed 3 Course Prerequisite: TCH LRN 301; TCH LRN 317; admitted to teacher education (Secondary Education). Focus on career and technical education program planning, curriculum development, and instructional techniques for agricultural education programs.

471 (Effective through Summer 2012) Student Organizations in Agricultural Education 2 Role of Future Farmers of America (FFA) in student organizations; role of advisor; principles of leadership; characteristics of successful FFA chapters. Course equivalent to OSU’s Ag 421/521.

471 Student Organizations in Agricultural Education 2 Course Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment AG ED 450. Role of Future Farmers of America (FFA) in student organizations; role of advisor; principles of leadership; characteristics of successful FFA chapters. Course equivalent to OSU’s Ag 421/521.

497 (Effective through Summer 2012) Internship in Agricultural Education V 2-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Off-campus professional experience. S, F grading.

497 Internship in Agricultural Education V 2-12 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Course Prerequisite: By interview only. Off-campus professional experience. S, F grading.

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

504 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Topics in Vocational Education V 1-3 Special topics in agricultural education or agriculture that will provide advanced training for teachers of agriculture.

504 Special Topics in Vocational Education V 1-3 Special topics in agricultural education or agriculture that will provide advanced training for teachers of agriculture.

508 (Effective through Summer 2012) Foundations of Vocational Education 3 Historical, philosophical, social, political and economic factors that influence education in vocational environments.

508 Foundations of Vocational Education 3 Historical, philosophical, social, political and economic factors that influence education in vocational environments.

511 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Career and Technical Education V 1-2 Seminar addressing new and emerging legislation and educational programs in vocational education.

511 Seminar in Career and Technical Education V 1-2 Seminar addressing new and emerging legislation and educational programs in vocational education.

Agricultural Technology and Managment (AgTM)

201 (Effective through Summer 2012) Metal Fabrication 3 (1-6) Theory, applications, and practices of welding, machining, and associated techniques in fabricating with metals. (Crosslisted course offered as AGTM 201, ENGR 201).

201 Metal Fabrication 3 (1-6) Theory, applications, and practices of welding, machining, and associated techniques in fabricating with metals. (Crosslisted course offered as AGTM 201, ENGR 201).

210 (Effective through Spring 2012) Small Engines 2 (1-3) Theories of operation, maintenance and repair of two- and four-stroke engines. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (XXXX 999).

305 (Effective through Summer 2012) Agricultural Precision Systems 3 (2-3) Systems for precision agriculture, equipment, software uses, principles, construction, care, tillage, planting, spraying, harvesting, and materials handling machinery. Field trips required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (ASM 305).

305 Agricultural Precision Systems 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Systems for precision agriculture, equipment, software uses, principles, construction, care, tillage, planting, spraying, harvesting, and materials handling machinery. Field trips required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (ASM 305).

314 (Effective through Summer 2012) Agricultural Power Units and Mobile Electrical Systems 3 (2-3) Principles of thermodynamics, engine cycles, transmissions, electrical, starting, braking, steering, suspension systems, differentials and hydraulic systems.

314 Agricultural Power Units and Mobile Electrical Systems 3 (2-3) Principles of thermodynamics, engine cycles, transmissions, electrical, starting, braking, steering, suspension systems, differentials and hydraulic systems.

315 (Effective through Summer 2012) Irrigation Systems and Water Management 3 (2-3) Principles of irrigation and drainage, water measurement, irrigation methods and practices, selection of irrigation system components. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (ASM 315).

315 Irrigation Systems and Water Management 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: SOIL SCI 201. Principles of irrigation and drainage, water measurement, irrigation methods and practices, selection of irrigation system components. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (ASM 315).

330 (Effective through Summer 2012) Electrical Power Systems for Agriculture 3 (2-3) Methods of selecting and installing electrical power circuits in agricultural operations; light frame construction; motor and control circuits; Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).

330 Electrical Power Systems for Agriculture 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: Sophomore standing. Methods of selecting and installing electrical power circuits in agricultural operations; light frame construction; motor and control circuits; Programmable Logic Controllers (PLCs).

402 (Effective through Summer 2012) Methods, Materials, and Machines for Teaching Ag Mechanics 3 (1-6) Development of shop programs in project planning, demonstrations, and skills performance; safety and management of materials, tools, and machines.

402 Methods, Materials, and Machines for Teaching Ag Mechanics 3 (1-6) Course Prerequisite: TCH LRN 301; TCH LRN 317. Development of shop programs in project planning, demonstrations, and skills performance; safety and management of materials, tools, and machines.

405 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Agricultural Precision Systems 2 (1-3) Advanced principles of precision agricultural systems, software uses, management of controllers on equipment, geographical information systems and global positioning systems.

405 Advanced Agricultural Precision Systems 2 (1-3) Course Prerequisite: AGTM 305. Advanced principles of precision agricultural systems, software uses, management of controllers on equipment, geographical information systems and global positioning systems.

412 (Effective through Summer 2012) Human and Machinery Risk Management 3 History and current status of farm worker injury prevention programs in the US including worker’s compensation insurance.

412 Human and Machinery Risk Management 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. History and current status of farm worker injury prevention programs in the US including worker’s compensation insurance.

416 (Effective through Summer 2012) Fluid Power Systems 3 (2-3) Fluid power principles applied to the selection, design, operation, and management of agricultural and industrial machinery. Field trips required.

416 Fluid Power Systems 3 (2-3) Fluid power principles applied to the selection, design, operation, and management of agricultural and industrial machinery. Field trips required.

436 (Effective through Summer 2012) Agricultural Technology Design 2 Design applications to methodologies as applied to precision agricultural systems; group problem solving activities, data analysis utilizing computers, and team design efforts. Credit not granted for both AGTM 436 and AGTM 536. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

436 Agricultural Technology Design 2 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing; AGTM 305 or 405. Design applications to methodologies as applied to precision agricultural systems; group problem solving activities, data analysis utilizing computers, and team design efforts. Credit not granted for both AGTM 436 and AGTM 536. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

444 (Effective through Summer 2012) Teaching Practicum 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 hours. Laboratory and research techniques for AgTM.

444 Teaching Practicum 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 3 hours. Course Prerequisite: By instructor permission. Laboratory and research techniques for AgTM.

451 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 2 hours. Readings and interviews, research, and oral presentation of professional subjects.

451 Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 2 hours. Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Readings and interviews, research, and oral presentation of professional subjects.

481 (Effective through Summer 2012) Independent Research V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours.

481 Independent Research V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Course Prerequisite: By instructor permission.

495 (Effective through Summer 2012) Internship in Agricultural Technology and Management V 2-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Work experience related to academic learning. S, F grading.

495 Internship in Agricultural Technology and Management V 2-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Course Prerequisite: sophomore standing; prior approval of internship coordinator and advisor required. Work experience related to academic learning. S, F grading.

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

505 (Effective through Summer 2012) Precision Agricultural Systems Management 3 Evolving technologies involved in precision agriculture and their application to agricultural systems.

505 Precision Agricultural Systems Management 3 Evolving technologies involved in precision agriculture and their application to agricultural systems.

536 (Effective through Summer 2012) Agricultural Technology Design 2 Design applications to methodologies as applied to precision agricultural systems; group problem solving activities, data analysis utilizing computers, and team design efforts. Credit not granted for both AGTM 436 and AGTM 536. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

536 Agricultural Technology Design 2 Design applications to methodologies as applied to precision agricultural systems; group problem solving activities, data analysis utilizing computers, and team design efforts. Credit not granted for both AGTM 436 and AGTM 536. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

Animal Sciences (AS)

101 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introductory Animal Science 3 (2-3) Types and breeds of livestock, terminology, methods, management systems, techniques of animal and poultry production and consumer impact. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 109).

101 Introductory Animal Science 3 (2-3) Types and breeds of livestock, terminology, methods, management systems, techniques of animal and poultry production and consumer impact. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 109).

172 (Effective through Summer 2012) Dairy Cattle Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a dairy enterprise. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 172). S, F grading.

172 Dairy Cattle Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a dairy enterprise. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 172). S, F grading.

174 (Effective through Summer 2012) Beef Cow Calf Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a beef cow calf enterprise for students without experience. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 174). S, F grading.

174 Beef Cow Calf Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a beef cow calf enterprise for students without experience. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 174). S, F grading.

178 (Effective through Summer 2012) Swine Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a swine enterprise. Field trip and special clothing required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 178). S, F grading.

178 Swine Management Laboratory 1 (0-3) Management practices associated with a swine enterprise. Field trip and special clothing required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 178). S, F grading.

180 (Effective through Summer 2012) Animal Sciences Orientation 1 Animal sciences as a profession; career opportunities, curriculum, advisement, internships, externships, animal centers, special services centers, and course requirements.

180 Animal Sciences Orientation 1 Animal sciences as a profession; career opportunities, curriculum, advisement, internships, externships, animal centers, special services centers, and course requirements.

205 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Companion Animal Nutrition 3 Information on nutrient use by the animal body and factors governing companion animal nutrient requirement including basic and practical aspects.

205 [B] Companion Animal Nutrition 3 Information on nutrient use by the animal body and factors governing companion animal nutrient requirement including basic and practical aspects.

260 (Effective through Summer 2012) Live Animal and Carcass Evaluation 3 (1-6) Basic principles of live animal and carcass evaluation. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 263).

260 Live Animal and Carcass Evaluation 3 (1-6) Basic principles of live animal and carcass evaluation. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 263).

274 (Effective through Summer 2012) Beef Feedlot Systems 2 (1-3) Overview of feeding management, feed milling and batching, animal health, and economics of the commercial cattle feeding business. One 1-day field trip. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 274).

274 Beef Feedlot Systems 2 (1-3) Overview of feeding management, feed milling and batching, animal health, and economics of the commercial cattle feeding business. One 1-day field trip. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 274).

280 (Effective through Summer 2012) Animal Science and Society: Current Topics 1 (0-2) A discussion of the products, science, and management of animal agriculture and how they relate to, and impact, society.

280 Animal Science and Society: Current Topics 1 (0-2) A discussion of the products, science, and management of animal agriculture and how they relate to, and impact, society.

285 (Effective through Summer 2012) Rights and Welfare of Animals 3 Ethical considerations and welfare of animals used as companions, for food, and in scientific research. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 204).

285 Rights and Welfare of Animals 3 Ethical considerations and welfare of animals used as companions, for food, and in scientific research. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY 102 or 106 or concurrent enrollment. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 204).

313 (Effective through Summer 2012) Feeds and Feeding 4 (3-3) Utilization, practices, requirements, nutritive characteristics, and calculations of rations for animals. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 306).

313 Feeds and Feeding 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Utilization, practices, requirements, nutritive characteristics, and calculations of rations for animals. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 306).

314 (Effective through Summer 2012) Principles of Nutrition 3 Digestion, absorption, metabolism, and function of nutrients. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 305).

314 Principles of Nutrition 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 102 or 106. Digestion, absorption, metabolism, and function of nutrients. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 305).

330 (Effective through Summer 2012) Animal Genetics 3 (2-3) Basic genetic concepts and methods for the genetic improvement of Mendelian and polygenic traits in animals. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (ANSC 320).

330 Animal Genetics 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: STAT 212; BIOLOGY 106. Basic genetic concepts and methods for the genetic improvement of Mendelian and polygenic traits in animals. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (ANSC 320).

345 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Animal Growth and Development 3 Animal structure, composition, whole body and cellular growth, prenatal and postnatal growth; emphasis on skeletal muscle, bone and adipose tissue. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 315).

345 Introduction to Animal Growth and Development 3 Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 101; BIOLOGY 106. Animal structure, composition, whole body and cellular growth, prenatal and postnatal growth; emphasis on skeletal muscle, bone and adipose tissue. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 315).

346 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Skeletal Muscle Physiology 3 Structure, function and regulation of skeletal muscle; embryonic, neonatal, postnatal growth/atrophy; muscle-specific proteins. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 316).

346 Introduction to Skeletal Muscle Physiology 3 Structure, function and regulation of skeletal muscle; embryonic, neonatal, postnatal growth/atrophy; muscle-specific proteins. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 316).

350 (Effective through Summer 2012) Physiology of Reproduction 3 Anatomy and physiology of reproductive organs; hormones of reproduction; production of gametes; artificial insemination; fertilization; prenatal development; fertility and infertility. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 452).

350 Physiology of Reproduction 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 102 or 106. Anatomy and physiology of reproductive organs; hormones of reproduction; production of gametes; artificial insemination; fertilization; prenatal development; fertility and infertility. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 452).

351 (Effective through Summer 2012) Physiology of Reproduction Laboratory 1 (0-3) Laboratory and field techniques used in animal reproduction involving hormones, artificial insemination, semen evaluation and pregnancy.

351 Physiology of Reproduction Laboratory 1 (0-3) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 350 or concurrent enrollment. Laboratory and field techniques used in animal reproduction involving hormones, artificial insemination, semen evaluation and pregnancy.

360 (Effective through Summer 2012) Meat Science 3 (2-3) Anatomy, slaughter, classification, and processing of meat animal species. Special clothing and equipment required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 363).

360 Meat Science 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107. Anatomy, slaughter, classification, and processing of meat animal species. Special clothing and equipment required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 363).

378 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Livestock and Meat Selection and Evaluation 2 (0-6) May be repeated for credit. Principles and practices of livestock and meat selection and evaluation. Off-campus and weekend participation required.

378 Advanced Livestock and Meat Selection and Evaluation 2 (0-6) May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 260. Principles and practices of livestock and meat selection and evaluation. Off-campus and weekend participation required.

380 (Effective through Summer 2012) Careers in Animal Science 1 Issues and preparation for careers in animal sciences areas.

380 Careers in Animal Science 1 Issues and preparation for careers in animal sciences areas.

398 (Effective through Summer 2012) Cooperative Education Externship V 2 (0-6) to 8 (0-24) May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Cooperative education externship in livestock production or related field. S, F grading.

398 Cooperative Education Externship V 2 (0-6) to 8 (0-24) May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Cooperative education externship in livestock production or related field. S, F grading.

399 (Effective through Summer 2012) Practicum V 1-8 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Directed internship in livestock production and related fields conducted at WSU centers on or off campus. S, F grading.

399 Practicum V 1-8 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Directed internship in livestock production and related fields conducted at WSU centers on or off campus. S, F grading.

408 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Ruminant Nutrition 3 Anatomy, physiology, and metabolism in ruminant animals.

408 [M] Ruminant Nutrition 3 Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 313. Anatomy, physiology, and metabolism in ruminant animals.

440 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Physiology of Domestic Animals 3 Basic animal functions; relationship and difference between domestic animals; measurement of functional processes.

440 [M] Physiology of Domestic Animals 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107. Basic animal functions; relationship and difference between domestic animals; measurement of functional processes.

451 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Endocrine Physiology 3 Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of endocrine systems and hormone action; emphasis on comparative, veterinary, and biomedical models. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 451 and ANIM SCI 551. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 451).

451 [M] Endocrine Physiology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107; MBIOS 303. Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of endocrine systems and hormone action; emphasis on comparative, veterinary, and biomedical models. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 451 and ANIM SCI 551. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 451).

454 (Effective through Summer 2012) Artificial Insemination and Pregnancy Detection 2 (1-3) Techniques in semen handling, insemination and pregnancy detection in cattle. Special clothing required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 218).

454 Artificial Insemination and Pregnancy Detection 2 (1-3) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 351. Techniques in semen handling, insemination and pregnancy detection in cattle. Special clothing required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 218).

464 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Companion Animal Management 3 (2-3) Care and management of companion animal species throughout the life cycle, including nutrition, reproduction, exercise and behavior. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 464).

464 [M] Companion Animal Management 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Care and management of companion animal species throughout the life cycle, including nutrition, reproduction, exercise and behavior. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 464).

466 (Effective through Summer 2012) Horse Science and Management 3 Principles of managing, feeding, and breeding, horses. Course divided into three subject matter sections: Management, Nutrition, Reproduction and Health. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 466).

466 Horse Science and Management 3 Principles of managing, feeding, and breeding, horses. Course divided into three subject matter sections: Management, Nutrition, Reproduction and Health. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 466).

468 (Effective through Summer 2012) Concepts in Aquaculture 3 (2-3) Concepts and methods of extensive and intensive aquaculture in warm water and cold water systems. One 1-day field trip. (Crosslisted course offered as NATRS 424, ANIM SCI 468). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 422).

468 Concepts in Aquaculture 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: NATRS 421. Concepts and methods of extensive and intensive aquaculture in warm water and cold water systems. One 1-day field trip. (Crosslisted course offered as NATRS 424, ANIM SCI 468). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 422).

472 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Dairy Cattle Management 3 Principles of breeding, feeding, and management of dairy cattle. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 472).

472 [M] Dairy Cattle Management 3 Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 313; ANIM SCI 330; ANIM SCI 350. Principles of breeding, feeding, and management of dairy cattle. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 472).

473 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Advanced Dairy Management 3 (1-6) Current dairy record keeping and database management systems. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 473).

473 [M] Advanced Dairy Management 3 (1-6) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 472. Current dairy record keeping and database management systems. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 473).

474 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Beef Cattle Production 3 (2-3) Breeding, feeding, and management; commercial and purebred enterprises; management of beef cattle on ranges, pastures and in the feedlot. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 474).

474 [M] Beef Cattle Production 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 313; ANIM SCI 330; ANIM SCI 350. Breeding, feeding, and management; commercial and purebred enterprises; management of beef cattle on ranges, pastures and in the feedlot. Field trip required. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 474).

476 (Effective through Summer 2012) Sheep Science 3 (2-3) Application of principles of genetics, reproduction, nutrition, health, marketing to management; and use of wool. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 476).

476 Sheep Science 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 313; ANIM SCI 330; ANIM SCI 350. Application of principles of genetics, reproduction, nutrition, health, marketing to management; and use of wool. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 476).

478 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Swine Production 3 (2-3) Principles of breeding, feeding, management, and marketing of swine. Field trips and special clothing required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (ANSC 326).

478 [M] Swine Production 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: ANIM SCI 313; ANIM SCI 330; ANIM SCI 350. Principles of breeding, feeding, management, and marketing of swine. Field trips and special clothing required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (ANSC 326).

480 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Topics: Study Abroad V 1-15 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

480 Special Topics: Study Abroad V 1-15 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

488 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Perspectives in Biotechnology 3 Theory and application of biotechnology in agriculture, industry, and medicine; methodological, environmental, social, and economic concerns. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 488 and ANIM SCI 588. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 488).

488 [M] Perspectives in Biotechnology 3 Course Prerequisite: MBIOS 301 or ANIM SCI 330. Theory and application of biotechnology in agriculture, industry, and medicine; methodological, environmental, social, and economic concerns. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 488 and ANIM SCI 588. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 488).

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

500 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Animal Sciences 1 May be repeated for credit. Current developments in animal sciences.

500 Seminar in Animal Sciences 1 May be repeated for credit. Current developments in animal sciences.

504 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Topics V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 504).

504 Special Topics V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 12 hours. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (AVS 504).

507 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Nutrient Metabolism 3 Advanced topics in metabolic regulation of carbohydrate, fat and amino acid use by animals.

507 Advanced Nutrient Metabolism 3 Advanced topics in metabolic regulation of carbohydrate, fat and amino acid use by animals.

510 (Effective through Summer 2012) Digestion and Nutrient Utilization in Animals 3 (2-3) Gastrointestinal physiology, rate of passage, feed intake regulation, measures of digestibility, starch, fat and nonstarch polysaccharide, and digestion and utilization of nutrients.

510 Digestion and Nutrient Utilization in Animals 3 (2-3) Gastrointestinal physiology, rate of passage, feed intake regulation, measures of digestibility, starch, fat and nonstarch polysaccharide, and digestion and utilization of nutrients.

513 (Effective through Summer 2012) Mineral and Vitamin Metabolism 4 Absorption, excretion, metabolism, dietary requirements and interactions of minerals and vitamins in animals and humans. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 516).

513 Mineral and Vitamin Metabolism 4 Absorption, excretion, metabolism, dietary requirements and interactions of minerals and vitamins in animals and humans. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 516).

520 (Effective through Summer 2012) Preparation of Scientific Literature in Animal Sciences 2 Preparation of grant proposals, manuscripts, and literature reviews on research topics.

520 Preparation of Scientific Literature in Animal Sciences 2 Preparation of grant proposals, manuscripts, and literature reviews on research topics.

528 (Effective through Summer 2012) Topics in Animal Breeding 2 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Systems of selection and mating for genetic improvement in farm animals.

528 Topics in Animal Breeding 2 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Systems of selection and mating for genetic improvement in farm animals.

551 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Endocrine Physiology 3 Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of endocrine systems and hormone action; emphasis on comparative, veterinary, and biomedical models. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 451 and ANIM SCI 551. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 451).

551 [M] Endocrine Physiology 3 Anatomy, physiology, and biochemistry of endocrine systems and hormone action; emphasis on comparative, veterinary, and biomedical models. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 451 and ANIM SCI 551. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (AVS 451).

558 (Effective through Summer 2012) Molecular and Cellular Reproduction 3 (2-2) State of the art concepts of the molecular, cellular, and physiological aspects of mammalian reproduction. (Crosslisted course offered as MBIOS 528, ANIM SCI 558). Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 559).

558 Molecular and Cellular Reproduction 3 (2-2) State of the art concepts of the molecular, cellular, and physiological aspects of mammalian reproduction. (Crosslisted course offered as MBIOS 528, ANIM SCI 558). Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 559).

582 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Reproductive Biology 1 Current developments in reproductive biology. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 551). S, F grading.

582 Seminar in Reproductive Biology 1 Current developments in reproductive biology. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 551). S, F grading.

588 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Perspectives in Biotechnology 3 Theory and application of biotechnology in agriculture, industry, and medicine; methodological, environmental, social, and economic concerns. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 488 and ANIM SCI 588. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 488).

588 [M] Perspectives in Biotechnology 3 Theory and application of biotechnology in agriculture, industry, and medicine; methodological, environmental, social, and economic concerns. Credit not granted for both ANIM SCI 488 and ANIM SCI 588. Offered at 400 and 500 level. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 488).

598 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Topics in Animal Sciences V 1-2 May be repeated for credit. Recent research in various disciplines of animal sciences. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 596).

598 Advanced Topics in Animal Sciences V 1-2 May be repeated for credit. Recent research in various disciplines of animal sciences. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (AVS 596).

700 (Effective through Summer 2012) Master’s Research, Thesis, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

700 Master’s Research, Thesis, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their master’s research, thesis and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 700 credit. S, F grading.

800 (Effective through Summer 2012) Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. S, F grading.

Biological Sciences (Biol)

101 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] General Biology Lecture 3 Understanding biology as a science and its effect on issues within society. Lecture only; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not completed BIOLOGY 102. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

101 [B] General Biology Lecture 3 Understanding biology as a science and its effect on issues within society. Lecture only; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not completed BIOLOGY 102. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

102 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] General Biology 4 (3-3) Understanding biology as a science and its effect on issues within society. Lecture and laboratory; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not already completed BIOLOGY 101, 105, or BIOLOGY 101 and 105. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

102 [B] General Biology 4 (3-3) Understanding current and future advances in biology as ?citizen scientists?. Lecture and laboratory; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not already completed BIOLOGY 101, 105, or BIOLOGY 101 and 105. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

105 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] General Biology Laboratory 1 (0-3) Understanding biology as a science and its effect on issues within society. Laboratory only; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not already completed BIOLOGY 102. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

105 [B] General Biology Laboratory 1 (0-3) Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Understanding biology as a science and its effect on issues within society. Laboratory only; not for students majoring in the life sciences. Credit granted only to students who have not already completed BIOLOGY 102. Credit not granted to students who have already completed BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107. Students who declare a major requiring BIOLOGY 106 and/or 107 will need to complete those courses for credit toward their major.

106 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Introductory Biology: Organismal Biology 4 (3-3) First or second semester of a one-year sequence (BIOLOGY 106/107 or BIOLOGY 107/106) for science majors and pre-professional students. Biology of organisms; plants, animals, ecology and evolution.

106 [B] Introductory Biology: Organismal Biology 4 (3-3) One semester of a two semester sequence (BIOLOGY 106/107 or BIOLOGY 107/106) for science majors and pre-professional students. Biology of organisms; plants, animals, ecology and evolution.

107 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Introductory Biology: Cell Biology and Genetics 4 (3-3) First or second semester of a one-year sequence (BIOLOGY 106/107 or BIOLOGY 107/106) for science majors and pre-professional students. Cell biology and genetics of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

107 [B] Introductory Biology: Cell Biology and Genetics 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: Minimum 2 credits 100 level CHEM or concurrent enrollment. First or second semester of a one-year sequence (BIOLOGY 106/107 or BIOLOGY 107/106) for science majors and pre-professional students. Cell biology and genetics of prokaryotes and eukaryotes.

120 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Introduction to Botany 4 (3-3) A survey of the plant kingdom; structure and function of vascular plants.

120 [B] Introduction to Botany 4 (3-3) A survey of the plant kingdom; structure and function of vascular plants.

130 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Biology of the Oceans 3 Survey of the ocean biosphere including physical and chemical aspects and the biology of marine organisms in specific marine environments.

130 [B] Biology of the Oceans 3 Survey of the ocean biosphere including physical and chemical aspects and the biology of marine organisms in specific marine environments.

135 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Animal Natural History 3 Identification, life history, habitat relations, ecology, behavior, and conservation of animals commonly found in the Pacific Northwest.

135 [B] Animal Natural History 3 Identification, life history, habitat relations, ecology, behavior, and conservation of animals commonly found in the Pacific Northwest.

140 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Introduction to Nutritional Science 3 Information related to the interaction of nutrients in the body and factors that govern nutrient requirements.

140 [B] Introduction to Nutritional Science 3 Information related to dietary sources of nutrients, their functions in the body, physiologic and environmental factors that govern nutrient requirements, and guidelines for optimal dietary patterns.

150 (Effective through Summer 2012) [Q] Evolution 3 (2-3) Basic principles and implications of Darwinian evolution.

150 [Q] Evolution 3 (2-3) Basic principles and implications of Darwinian evolution.

201 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Contemporary Biology 1 Biological information that provides a framework for understanding life processes; impact of biological information on human affairs.

201 [B] Contemporary Biology 1 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 101, 102, 106, 107, 120, or MBIOS 101. Biological information that provides a framework for understanding life processes; impact of biological information on human affairs.

210 (Effective through Summer 2012) Your Future in Life Sciences 2 Exploration of career options in biological sciences with faculty and outside speakers; guide to preparing resume and career plans. (Crosslisted course offered as SCIENCE 210, BIOLOGY 210, MBIOS 210). S, F grading.

210 Your Future in Life Sciences 2 Exploration of career options in biological sciences with faculty and outside speakers; guide to preparing resume and career plans. (Crosslisted course offered as SCIENCE 210, BIOLOGY 210, MBIOS 210). S, F grading.

220 (Effective through Summer 2012) Medical Terminology 2 Terms and word constructions for health care occupations; format and function of medical records.

220 Medical Terminology 2 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107. Terms and word constructions for health care occupations; format and function of medical records.

233 (Effective through Summer 2012) Human Nutrition, Health, and Disease 3 Applying principles of chemistry, biology, and physiology to the study of nutrition emphasizing nutrient functions, nutrient requirements and impact of diet on health and disease.

233 Human Nutrition, Health, and Disease 3 Applying principles of chemistry, biology, and physiology to the study of nutrition emphasizing nutrient functions, nutrient requirements and impact of diet on health and disease. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY or CHEM.

251 (Effective through Spring 2012) Introductory Human Physiology 4 (3-3) Basic physiological processes in humans from the cellular to the organismal level.

251 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introductory Human Physiology 4 (3-3) Basic physiological processes in humans from the cellular to the organismal level.

251 Introductory Human Physiology 4 (3-3) Basic physiological processes in humans from the cellular to the organismal level.

301 General Genetics 4 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 or 120; BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 101 or 105; CHEM 102 or 106. Principles of modern and classical genetics. Credit not normally granted for MBIOS 301/BIOLOGY 301 and BIOLOGY 408. (Crosslisted course offered as MBIOS 301, BIOLOGY 301).

308 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Marine Biology 3 Introduction to the marine environment including oceanic, near-shore and estuarine communities of organisms and their roles and interactions.

308 [B] Marine Biology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; CHEM 106. Introduction to the marine environment including oceanic, near-shore and estuarine communities of organisms and their roles and interactions.

315 (Effective through Summer 2012) Gross and Microanatomy 4 (3-3) Gross and microscopic anatomy of the human body.

315 Gross and Microanatomy 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: At least 3 hours of BIOLOGY; sophomore standing; cumulative WSU gpa 2.5 or better. Gross and microscopic anatomy of the human body. Recommended for pre-health care professionals only.

321 (Effective through Summer 2012) Principles of Animal Development 4 (3-3) Experimental analyses of development and descriptive and comparative examination of embryology; emphasis on the chordates.

321 Principles of Animal Development 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107. Experimental analyses of development and descriptive and comparative examination of embryology; emphasis on the chordates. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY 301 or MBIOS 301.

322 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Invertebrate Biology 4 (3-3) Phylogenetic relationships, development, and functional ecology of the invertebrate animals.

322 [M] Invertebrate Biology 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Phylogenetic relationships, development, and functional ecology of the invertebrate animals.

324 (Effective through Summer 2012) Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy 4 (2-6) Evolution of vertebrates and their organ systems; correlation of structural modification with function. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 324).

324 Comparative Vertebrate Anatomy 4 (2-6) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Evolution of vertebrates and their organ systems; correlation of structural modification with function. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 324).

330 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Principles of Conservation 3 Conservation of major natural resources through a biological approach; philosophical, economic, and political aspects of important conservation issues.

330 [B] Principles of Conservation 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 102, 106, or 107. Conservation of major natural resources through a biological approach; philosophical, economic, and political aspects of important conservation issues.

331 (Effective through Summer 2012) Nutrition in the Human Life Cycle 3 How growth and development impacts nutrient requirements throughout the life cycle. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (XXXX 999).

331 Nutrition in the Human Life Cycle 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 140 or 233. How growth and development impacts nutrient requirements throughout the life cycle. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (XXXX 999).

332 (Effective through Summer 2012) Systematic Botany 4 (3-3) Identification and classification of vascular plants with emphasis on the local flora.

332 Systematic Botany 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 or 120. Identification and classification of vascular plants with emphasis on the local flora.

340 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Mathematical Biology 3 Mathematical biology and development of mathematical modeling for solutions to problems in the life sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 340, BIOLOGY 340).

340 Introduction to Mathematical Biology 3 Course Prerequisite: MATH 140 with a C or better, or MATH 172 with a C or better; BIOLOGY 101, BIOLOGY 102, BIOLOGY 106, or BIOLOGY 107. Mathematical biology and development of mathematical modeling for solutions to problems in the life sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 340, BIOLOGY 340).

350 (Effective through Summer 2012) Comparative Physiology 4 (3-3) Analysis of systems and integrative physiology with an emphasis on evolutionary adaptation among mammalian and non-mammalian vertebrates.

350 Comparative Physiology 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 345. Analysis of systems and integrative physiology with an emphasis on evolutionary adaptation among mammalian and non-mammalian vertebrates.

352 (Effective through Summer 2012) Cell Physiology 3 Function and control at the cell-tissue level.

352 Cell Physiology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 345. Function and control at the cell-tissue level.

353 (Effective through Spring 2012) Mammalian Physiology 4 (3-3) Function and control at the organ-organismic level with emphasis on mammals, including humans; emphasis on human health science applications.

353 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Human Physiology 4 (3-3) Function and control at the organ-organismic level with emphasis on mammals, including humans; emphasis on human health science applications.

353 Advanced Human Physiology 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 352 or 354. Function and control at the organ-organismic level with emphasis on mammals, including humans; emphasis on human health science applications.

354 (Effective through Summer 2012) Human Anatomy for Health Occupations 4 History and anatomy of humans with non-cadaver-based laboratory utilizing preserved and histological specimens, models and software.

354 Human Anatomy for Health Occupations 4 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107; CHEM 345; certified major in Biology. History and anatomy of humans with non-cadaver-based laboratory utilizing preserved and histological specimens, models and software.

372 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] General Ecology 4 (3-3) Relationship of organisms with physical and biotic components of their environment at the population, community, and ecosystem level.

372 [M] General Ecology 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; CHEM 102 or 105. Relationship of organisms with physical and biotic components of their environment at the population, community, and ecosystem level.

390 (Effective through Summer 2012) [B] Stream Monitoring 1 (0-3) Principles and methods of water quality monitoring, including habitat assessment, water chemistry, and biological assessment. Field work and independent research required.

390 [B] Stream Monitoring 1 (0-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 101, 102, or 106; CHEM 101 or 105; junior standing. Principles and methods of water quality monitoring, including habitat assessment, water chemistry, and biological assessment. Field work and independent research required.

393 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Professional Communications in Biology 2 Literature investigation, oral presentation and written reports of selected topics in biology.

393 [M] Professional Communications in Biology 2 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in Biology or Zoology or General Biological Sciences or General Studies Basic Medical Sciences. Literature investigation, oral presentation and written reports of selected topics in biology.

394 (Effective through Summer 2012) Medicine as a Career 1 Current issues in medicine; ethical, financial, and personal aspects of medical practice. S, F grading.

394 Medicine as a Career 1 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Current issues in medicine; ethical, financial, and personal aspects of medical practice. S, F grading.

401 (Effective through Summer 2012) [T] Plants and People 3 Relationships between plants and people, especially cultural and economic applications of plants.

401 [T] Plants and People 3 Course Prerequisite: Biol 102, 106, or 120; junior standing. Relationships between plants and people, especially cultural and economic applications of plants.

403 (Effective through Summer 2012) Evolutionary Biology 3 The survey of evidence for evolution and operation of evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, diversification and speciation in organisms.

403 Evolutionary Biology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301. The survey of evidence for evolution and operation of evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, diversification and speciation in organisms.

405 (Effective through Summer 2012) Principles of Organic Evolution 3 (2-3) The evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, population differentiation, and speciation in organisms.

405 Principles of Organic Evolution 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301. The evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, population differentiation, and speciation in organisms.

407 (Effective through Summer 2012) [T] Biology of Women 3 Biological basis of sex and its relationship to body function, women and health care, and the impact of social and cultural perspectives on the experience of being female. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 407, WOMEN ST 407).

407 [T] Biology of Women 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 102 or 106; junior standing. Biological basis of sex and its relationship to body function, women and health care, and the impact of social and cultural perspectives on the experience of being female. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 407, WOMEN ST 407).

408 (Effective through Summer 2012) [T] Contemporary Genetics 3 Genetics as it relates to current events; inquiry into the impact of genetic technology on today’s society. Credit not normally granted for MBIOS 301/BIOLOGY 301 and BIOLOGY 408.

408 [T] Contemporary Genetics 3 Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Genetics as it relates to current events; inquiry into the impact of genetic technology on today’s society. Credit not normally granted for MBIOS 301/BIOLOGY 301 and BIOLOGY 408.

409 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Anatomy 4 (2-6) Developmental anatomy and morphology of vascular plants; economic forms. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 409 and BIOLOGY 509. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

409 Plant Anatomy 4 (2-6) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 or 120. Developmental anatomy and morphology of vascular plants; economic forms. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 409 and BIOLOGY 509. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

410 (Effective through Summer 2012) Marine Ecology 3 The ecology and conservation of marine organisms, communities, and ecosystems.

410 Marine Ecology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 107. The ecology and conservation of marine organisms, communities, and ecosystems.

412 (Effective through Summer 2012) Biology and Management of Fishes 3 (2-3) Evolution, identification, life history, and management of important fish species.

412 Biology and Management of Fishes 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Evolution, identification, life history, and management of important fish species.

413 (Effective through Summer 2012) Fish Ecology 3 Examination of physical, chemical, and biological factors that affect fish populations and communities, with emphasis on environmental stressors. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 314).

413 Fish Ecology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107. Examination of physical, chemical, and biological factors that affect fish populations and communities, with emphasis on environmental stressors. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 314).

416 (Effective through Summer 2012) Fisheries Management 4 (3-3) Techniques employed in sampling and application of principles toward managing recreational and commercial aquatic resources. (Crosslisted course offered as NATRS 416, BIOLOGY 416). Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (FISH 418).

416 Fisheries Management 4 (3-3) Techniques employed in sampling and application of principles toward managing recreational and commercial aquatic resources. (Crosslisted course offered as NATRS 416, BIOLOGY 416). Recommended NATRS 411. Recommended preparation: NATRS 411. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (FISH 418).

418 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Parasitology 4 (3-3) Types of associations, life cycles, control, prevention, and modifications of parasites; examination of parasitic protozoa and helminths.

418 [M] Parasitology 4 (3-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 102 or BIOLOGY 106. Types of associations, life cycles, control, prevention, and modifications of parasites; examination of parasitic protozoa and helminths.

420 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Physiology 3 Water relations, mineral nutrition, photosynthesis, respiration, and growth of plants.

420 Plant Physiology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106 or 120. Water relations, mineral nutrition, photosynthesis, respiration, and growth of plants.

421 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Physiology Laboratory 1 (0-3) Laboratory for Biol 420.

421 Plant Physiology Laboratory 1 (0-3) Laboratory for Biol 420.

423 (Effective through Summer 2012) Ornithology 4 (2-6) Ecology, systematics, and evolution of birds. Field trips required include two Saturdays.

423 Ornithology 4 (2-6) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Ecology, systematics, and evolution of birds. Field trips required include two Saturdays.

428 (Effective through Summer 2012) Mammalogy 4 (2-6) Ecology, systematics, and evolution of mammals.

428 Mammalogy 4 (2-6) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Ecology, systematics, and evolution of mammals.

430 (Effective through Summer 2012) Methods of Teaching Science 3 (2-3) Methods, philosophy, and structure of science; application in teaching middle and secondary school science courses. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 430, SCIENCE 430).

430 Methods of Teaching Science 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: Junior standing. Methods, philosophy, and structure of science; application in teaching middle and secondary school science courses. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 430, SCIENCE 430).

432 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles 4 (3-3) Characteristics, evolution, and systematics; patterns of distribution; adaptive strategies; interactions between humans and amphibians and reptiles.

432 [M] Biology of Amphibians and Reptiles 4 (3-3) Characteristics, evolution, and systematics; patterns of distribution; adaptive strategies; interactions between humans and amphibians and reptiles.

438 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Animal Behavior 3 (2-3) Biological study of animal behavior as viewed from ethological, genetic, developmental, ecological, and evolutionary perspectives.

438 [M] Animal Behavior 3 (2-3) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Biological study of animal behavior as viewed from ethological, genetic, developmental, ecological, and evolutionary perspectives.

456 (Effective through Summer 2012) Neuroethology 3 Introduction to neural mechanisms underlying natural animal behaviors from the cellular level to the organismal level.

456 Neuroethology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301, MBIOS 303, or 300-level NEUROSCI course; STAT 412 or concurrent enrollment. Introduction to neural mechanisms underlying natural animal behaviors from the cellular level to the organismal level.

462 (Effective through Summer 2012) Community Ecology 3 Assembly, essential properties, levels of interactions, succession, and stability of natural communities; emphasizes an experimental approach to community investigation.

462 Community Ecology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106. Assembly, essential properties, levels of interactions, succession, and stability of natural communities; emphasizes an experimental approach to community investigation. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY 372.

465 (Effective through Summer 2012) Field Stream Ecology 2 Ecological roles of immature insects in different size streams; pattern changes along the stream continuum; other ecological characteristics.

465 Field Stream Ecology 2 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 372. Ecological roles of immature insects in different size streams; pattern changes along the stream continuum; other ecological characteristics.

469 Ecosystem Ecology and Global Change 3 Historic and current factors controlling the function of ecosystems and their responses to natural and human caused global change. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 469, ENVR SCI 469, BIOLOGY 569, ENVR SCI 569). Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 469 and 569, or ENVR SCI 469 and 569. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

475 (Effective through Summer 2012) Systems Biology of Reproduction 3 Current literature based course on systems biology with a molecular/epigenetic to physiological level understanding of cell, development, disease, and evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 475 and 575. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

475 Systems Biology of Reproduction 3 Current literature based course on systems biology with a molecular/epigenetic to physiological level understanding of cell, development, disease, and evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 475 and 575. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

476 (Effective through Summer 2012) Epigenetics and Systems Biology 3 Current literature based course on epigenetics and systems biology with topics in environmental epigenetics, disease etiology, and role epigenetics in evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 476 and 576. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

476 Epigenetics and Systems Biology 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 301. Current literature based course on epigenetics and systems biology with topics in environmental epigenetics, disease etiology, and role epigenetics in evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 476 and 576. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

480 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Writing in Biology 2 Discussion and practice in relating thinking and writing; popular and professional communication in biology.

480 [M] Writing in Biology 2 Course Prerequisite: Certified major in Biology or Zoology or General Biological Sciences or General Studies Basic Medical Sciences. Discussion and practice in relating thinking and writing; popular and professional communication in biology.

486 (Effective through Summer 2012) Marine Invertebrate Communities 2 (0-6) Suvrey of marine invertebrates and their habitats. One-week field/lab course at a marine station.

486 Marine Invertebrate Communities 2 (0-6) Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 106; BIOLOGY 107. Suvrey of marine invertebrates and their habitats. One-week field/lab course at a marine station.

490 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Professional Seminar in Physical Therapy 2 (1-3) Consideration of treatment modalities and health issues in physical therapy and related disciplines. A, S, F grading.

490 [M] Professional Seminar in Physical Therapy 2 Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Consideration of treatment modalities and health issues in physical therapy and related disciplines. A, S, F grading.

491 (Effective through Summer 2012) Clinical Experience V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 20 hours. Work experience under supervision of a qualified professional in a clinical setting. S, F grading.

491 Clinical Experience V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 20 hours. Course Prerequisite: PSYCH 105; BIOLOGY 315; junior standing; by permission only. Work experience under supervision of a qualified professional in a clinical setting. S, F grading.

492 (Effective through Summer 2012) Topics in Biology V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours.

492 Topics in Biology V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours.

494 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Mathematical Biology 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Oral presentation of research approaches, research results and literature review of mathematical biology including mathematical modeling of biological systems. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 494, BIOLOGY 494). Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (MATH 494). S, F grading.

494 Seminar in Mathematical Biology 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Course Prerequisite: MATH 140 with a C or better, or MATH 172 with a C or better; BIOLOGY 101, BIOLOGY 102, BIOLOGY 106, or BIOLOGY 107. Oral presentation of research approaches, research results and literature review of mathematical biology including mathematical modeling of biological systems. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 494, BIOLOGY 494). Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (MATH 494). S, F grading.

495 (Effective through Summer 2012) Internship in Biology, Botany, and Zoology V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Experience in work related to specific career interests. S, F grading.

495 Internship in Biology, Botany, and Zoology V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Experience in work related to specific career interests. S, F grading.

496 (Effective through Summer 2012) [M] Special Problems and Reports V 1-4 Independent project with written project proposal, progress report, and final report required. S, F grading.

496 [M] Special Problems and Reports V 1-4 Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Independent project with written project proposal, progress report, and final report required. S, F grading.

497 (Effective through Summer 2012) Instructional Practicum V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Academic traineeship in laboratory teaching and tutoring.

497 Instructional Practicum V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 8 hours. Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Academic traineeship in laboratory teaching and tutoring.

499 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

499 Special Problems V 1-4 May be repeated for credit. Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Independent study conducted under the jurisdiction of an approving faculty member; may include independent research studies in technical or specialized problems; selection and analysis of specified readings; development of a creative project; or field experiences. S, F grading.

500 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

500 Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

501 (Effective through Summer 2012) Proposal Defense Seminar 2 Research proposal defense as part of the preliminary examination for candidacy in the Ph.D. program. S, F grading.

501 Proposal Defense Seminar 2 Research proposal defense as part of the preliminary examination for candidacy in the Ph.D. program. S, F grading.

504 (Effective through Summer 2012) Experimental Methods in Plant Physiology 3 (2-3) Advanced techniques and instrumental methods applicable to research in plant physiology.

504 Experimental Methods in Plant Physiology 3 (2-3) Advanced techniques and instrumental methods applicable to research in plant physiology.

505 (Effective through Summer 2012) Principles of Organic Evolution 3 (2-3) The evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, population differentiation, and speciation in organisms.

505 Principles of Organic Evolution 3 (2-3) The evolutionary processes that influence adaptation, population differentiation, and speciation in organisms.

509 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Anatomy 4 (2-6) Developmental anatomy and morphology of vascular plants; economic forms. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 409 and BIOLOGY 509. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

509 Plant Anatomy 4 (2-6) Developmental anatomy and morphology of vascular plants; economic forms. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 409 and BIOLOGY 509. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

511 (Effective through Summer 2012) Reproductive Biology of Fishes 2 Covering all aspects of the reproductive biology of fishes. The class will meet once per week for 2 hours; the first hour will be used for a formal lecture, the second hour will be used for informal student presentations/discussion of current literature topics or assigned readings in the field. (Spring only, Alt/yrs). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (BIOL 558).

511 Reproductive Biology of Fishes 2 Covering all aspects of the reproductive biology of fishes. The class will meet once per week for 2 hours; the first hour will be used for a formal lecture, the second hour will be used for informal student presentations/discussion of current literature topics or assigned readings in the field. (Spring only, Alt/yrs). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (BIOL 558).

512 (Effective through Summer 2012) Molecular Mechanisms of Plant Development 3 Physiology of growth; metabolism during development and reproduction.

512 Molecular Mechanisms of Plant Development 3 Physiology of growth; metabolism during development and reproduction.

513 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Metabolism 3 Metabolic processes unique to plants, including the primary incorporation of nitrogen, sulfur, carbon dioxide and phosphate into bio-molecules.

513 Plant Metabolism 3 Metabolic processes unique to plants, including the primary incorporation of nitrogen, sulfur, carbon dioxide and phosphate into bio-molecules.

514 (Effective through Summer 2012) Fish Genetics 2 Chromosomal, biochemical, quantitative, and ecological aspects of fish genetics with emphasis on applications to aquaculture and fish management. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (FISH 519).

514 Fish Genetics 2 Chromosomal, biochemical, quantitative, and ecological aspects of fish genetics with emphasis on applications to aquaculture and fish management. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (FISH 519).

515 (Effective through Summer 2012) Fish Physiology 2 Principles and methods used to study vital organs, organ systems, growth, and reproduction of fishes; emphasis on osmoregulation, metabolism, endocrinology, and respiration. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 511).

515 Fish Physiology 2 Principles and methods used to study vital organs, organ systems, growth, and reproduction of fishes; emphasis on osmoregulation, metabolism, endocrinology, and respiration. Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 511).

517 (Effective through Summer 2012) Stress Physiology of Plants 3 Temperature, light, salinity, water effects on physiological processes; mechanistic understanding of stress.

517 Stress Physiology of Plants 3 Temperature, light, salinity, water effects on physiological processes; mechanistic understanding of stress.

519 (Effective through Summer 2012) Introduction to Population Genetics 3 Survey of basic population and quantitative genetics. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (GENE 505).

519 Introduction to Population Genetics 3 Survey of basic population and quantitative genetics. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (GENE 505).

520 (Effective through Summer 2012) Conservation Genetics 2 Genetic studies and approaches relevant to efforts to conserve threatened and endangered populations of organisms.

520 Conservation Genetics 2 Genetic studies and approaches relevant to efforts to conserve threatened and endangered populations of organisms.

521 (Effective through Summer 2012) Quantitative Genetics 3 Fundamentals of quantitative genetics; evolutionary quantitative genetics.

521 Quantitative Genetics 3 Course Prerequisite: BIOLOGY 519. Fundamentals of quantitative genetics; evolutionary quantitative genetics.

523 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Fishery Management 3 Contemporary management of marine and freshwater fish and shellfish populations of the world. Approaches, factors, and models used to manage commercial, recreational and subsistence fisheries; and the policy interface of biological systems with governmental and social institutions. (Spring, Alt/yrs). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 510).

523 Advanced Fishery Management 3 Contemporary management of marine and freshwater fish and shellfish populations of the world. Approaches, factors, and models used to manage commercial, recreational and subsistence fisheries; and the policy interface of biological systems with governmental and social institutions. (Spring, Alt/yrs). Cooperative course taught by UI, open to WSU students (FISH 510).

531 (Effective through Summer 2012) Principles of Systematic Biology 3 Systematic theory; history and current views; approaches to phylogenetic analysis and classification.

531 Principles of Systematic Biology 3 Systematic theory; history and current views; approaches to phylogenetic analysis and classification.

533 (Effective through Summer 2012) Modern Methods in Systematics 4 (2-6) Selecting, gathering, and analyzing morphological, cytological, molecular data for phylogenetic and evolutionary studies.

533 Modern Methods in Systematics 4 (2-6) Selecting, gathering, and analyzing morphological, cytological, molecular data for phylogenetic and evolutionary studies.

537 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Cell Biology 3 Structure and function of plant cells including membrane biology, protein targeting and molecular signaling with emphasis on current research.

537 Plant Cell Biology 3 Structure and function of plant cells including membrane biology, protein targeting and molecular signaling with emphasis on current research.

540 (Effective through Summer 2012) Stable Isotope Theory and Methods 3 (2-3) Theory and practice of measuring stable isotope ratios of biologically important elements; training in the use of isotope mass spectrometers. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (FOR 541).

540 Stable Isotope Theory and Methods 3 (2-3) Theory and practice of measuring stable isotope ratios of biologically important elements; training in the use of isotope mass spectrometers. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (FOR 541).

544 (Effective through Summer 2012) Nitrogen Cycling in the Earth’s Systems 3 Nitrogen dynamics in terrestrial, aquatic, and atmospheric systems; nitrogen transformations in natural and managed systems and responses to human activities. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 544, SOIL SCI 544).

544 Nitrogen Cycling in the Earth’s Systems 3 Nitrogen dynamics in terrestrial, aquatic, and atmospheric systems; nitrogen transformations in natural and managed systems and responses to human activities. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 544, SOIL SCI 544).

548 (Effective through Summer 2012) Evolutionary Ecology of Populations 3 Evolutionary dynamics of natural populations and the co-evolution of species. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 548).

548 Evolutionary Ecology of Populations 3 Evolutionary dynamics of natural populations and the co-evolution of species. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 548).

556 (Effective through Summer 2012) Biochemical Adaptation 3 Relationships between enzyme/macromolecule adaptation and animal performance.

556 Biochemical Adaptation 3 Relationships between enzyme/macromolecule adaptation and animal performance.

559 (Effective through Summer 2012) Hormones, Brain and Behavior 3 Classical behavioral endocrinology from molecular to whole organisms, integrating evolutionary ecology, neuroethology and behavioral neuroendocrinology.

559 Hormones, Brain and Behavior 3 Classical behavioral endocrinology from molecular to whole organisms, integrating evolutionary ecology, neuroethology and behavioral neuroendocrinology.

560 (Effective through Summer 2012) Plant Ecophysiology 3 Relationships of biotic and abiotic environment to plant distribution and evolution through study of physiological processes.

560 Plant Ecophysiology 3 Relationships of biotic and abiotic environment to plant distribution and evolution through study of physiological processes.

561 (Effective through Summer 2012) Environmental Physiology 3 Individual and evolutionary adaptations to changing environments with emphasis on recent literature.

561 Environmental Physiology 3 Individual and evolutionary adaptations to changing environments with emphasis on recent literature.

563 (Effective through Summer 2012) Field Ecology 2 (0-6) Field implementation of descriptive and experimental techniques to quantify the structure, composition, and interactions within natural communities. Field trips required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 537).

563 Field Ecology 2 (0-6) Field implementation of descriptive and experimental techniques to quantify the structure, composition, and interactions within natural communities. Field trips required. Cooperative course taught by WSU, open to UI students (BIOL 537).

564 (Effective through Summer 2012) Molecular Ecology and Phylogeography 3 Use of genetic markers for the study of ecological phenomena, including kinship, population structure, and phylogeography.

564 Molecular Ecology and Phylogeography 3 Use of genetic markers for the study of ecological phenomena, including kinship, population structure, and phylogeography.

565 (Effective through Summer 2012) Ecology and Evolution of Disease 3 Disease ecology and evolution with a focus on current literature. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY 372; BIOLOGY 405.

565 Ecology and Evolution of Disease 3 Disease ecology and evolution with a focus on current literature. Recommended preparation: BIOLOGY 372; BIOLOGY 405.

566 (Effective through Summer 2012) Mathematical Genetics 3 Mathematical approaches to population genetics and genome analysis; theories and statistical analyses of genetic parameters. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 563, BIOLOGY 566). Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (BIOL 563).

566 Mathematical Genetics 3 Mathematical approaches to population genetics and genome analysis; theories and statistical analyses of genetic parameters. (Crosslisted course offered as MATH 563, BIOLOGY 566). Required preparation must include multivariate calculus, genetics, and statistics. Cooperative course taught jointly by WSU and UI (BIOL 563).

567 (Effective through Summer 2012) Ecological Restoration 3 Introduction to major issues in restoration ecology; major ecological dimensions of restoration.

567 Ecological Restoration 3 Introduction to major issues in restoration ecology; major ecological dimensions of restoration.

568 (Effective through Summer 2012) Conservation Ecology 3 Prereq Graduate standing. Diagnosis of endangered species, population viability analysis, invasive species ecology, landscape ecology and ecosystem management.

568 Conservation Ecology 3 Prereq Graduate standing. Diagnosis of endangered species, population viability analysis, invasive species ecology, landscape ecology and ecosystem management.

569 Ecosystem Ecology and Global Change 3 Historic and current factors controlling the function of ecosystems and their responses to natural and human caused global change. (Crosslisted course offered as BIOLOGY 469, ENVR SCI 469, BIOLOGY 569, ENVR SCI 569). Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 469 and 569, or ENVR SCI 469 and 569. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

570 (Effective through Summer 2012) Diversity of Plants 3 Morphological, life history, and ecological diversity of major plant clades; emphasis on principles of homology, character transformation, and macroevolution.

570 Diversity of Plants 3 Morphological, life history, and ecological diversity of major plant clades; emphasis on principles of homology, character transformation, and macroevolution.

575 (Effective through Summer 2012) Systems Biology of Reproduction 3 Current literature based course on systems biology with a molecular/epigenetic to physiological level understanding of cell, development, disease, and evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 475 and 575. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

575 Systems Biology of Reproduction 3 Current literature based course on systems biology with a molecular/epigenetic to physiological level understanding of cell, development, disease, and evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 475 and 575. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

576 (Effective through Summer 2012) Epigenetics and Systems Biology 3 Current literature based course on epigenetics and systems biology with topics in environmental epigenetics, disease etiology, and role epigenetics in evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 476 and 576. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

576 Epigenetics and Systems Biology 3 Current literature based course on epigenetics and systems biology with topics in environmental epigenetics, disease etiology, and role epigenetics in evolutionary biology. Credit not granted for both BIOLOGY 476 and 576. Offered at 400 and 500 level.

581 (Effective through Summer 2012) Comparative Biology of Social Traditions 3 Phylogenetic and modeling perspectives used to examine the evolution of social learning and cultural transmission in humans and other animals. (Crosslisted course offered as ANTH 581, BIOLOGY 581).

581 Comparative Biology of Social Traditions 3 Phylogenetic and modeling perspectives used to examine the evolution of social learning and cultural transmission in humans and other animals. (Crosslisted course offered as ANTH 581, BIOLOGY 581).

582 (Effective through Summer 2012) Professional Communication in Biology 2 Mechanics and style of publishing biological findings; adaptation of writing to various venues and audiences.

582 Professional Communication in Biology – Grant Writing 2 Mechanics and style of publishing biological research and findings; adaptation of writing to various venues and audiences with emphasis on grant writing.

589 (Effective through Summer 2012) Advanced Topics in Biology V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Recent advances in biology.

589 Advanced Topics in Biology V 1-3 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Recent advances in biology.

591 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar in Molecular Plant Sciences 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. A cross-discipline seminar, including botany, crop and soils sciences, horticulture, plant pathology, and molecular plant sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as MPS 515, BIOLOGY 591).

591 Seminar in Molecular Plant Sciences 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. A cross-discipline seminar, including botany, crop and soils sciences, horticulture, plant pathology, and molecular plant sciences. (Crosslisted course offered as MPS 515, BIOLOGY 591).

593 (Effective through Summer 2012) Seminar I 1 May be repeated for credit. Literature and problems.

593 Seminar I 1 May be repeated for credit. Literature and problems.

597 (Effective through Summer 2012) Teaching Practicum V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Zoology laboratory teaching internship. S, F grading.

597 Teaching Practicum V 1-4 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 4 hours. Zoology laboratory teaching internship. S, F grading.

598 (Effective through Summer 2012) IPEM Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Symposia and project work sessions for the WSU/UW IGERT: Program in Evolutionary Modeling. (Crosslisted course offered as ANTH 596, BIOLOGY 598). S, F grading.

598 IPEM Seminar 1 May be repeated for credit; cumulative maximum 6 hours. Course Prerequisite: By permission only. Symposia and project work sessions for the WSU/UW IGERT: Program in Evolutionary Modeling. (Crosslisted course offered as ANTH 596, BIOLOGY 598). S, F grading.

600 (Effective through Summer 2012) Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

600 Special Projects or Independent Study V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent study, special projects, and/or internships. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor before enrolling in 600 credit, which cannot be used toward the core graded credits required for a graduate degree. S, F grading.

700 (Effective through Summer 2012) Master’s Research, Thesis, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

700 Master’s Research, Thesis, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their master’s research, thesis and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 700 credit. S, F grading.

702 (Effective through Summer 2012) Master’s Special Problems, Directed Study and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

702 Master’s Special Problems, Directed Study and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research in special problems, directed study, and/or examination credit for students in a non-thesis master’s degree program. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 702 credit. S, F grading.

800 (Effective through Summer 2012) Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. S, F grading.

800 Doctoral Research, Dissertation, and/or Examination V 1-18 May be repeated for credit. Independent research and advanced study for students working on their doctoral research, dissertation and/or final examination. Students must have graduate degree-seeking status and should check with their major advisor/committee chair before enrolling for 800 credit. S, F grading.

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