2014-2015 Catalog Corrections

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the electronic version was posted.

  • Page 202 – Ethnic studies
    Corrected January 13, 2015
    Added:
    Balsekar (Government)
    Changed:
    Updated leave terms
    Changed spelling of Fredrick to Frederick
    Instructor changed to Lecturer
    Other miscellaneous minor changes
  • Page 124 – Cognitive Science
    Corrected January 13, 2015
    Added:
    Assistant professor: Phelan (Philosophy)
    Changed:
    Updated leave terms
    Deleted:
    Gregg (Mathematics)
  • Page 124 – Requirements for the minor in cognitive science
    Corrected February 5, 2015
    Changed: c. Neuroscience
    Changed PSYC 580/BIOL 580: Topics in Neuroscience to BIOL 340/PSYC 580: Topics in Neuroscience
    e. Linguistics
    Changed LING 370: Introduction to Phonetics to LING 370/PSYC 375: Phonetics
  • Page 125, 128–129 – Cognitive Science Courses
    Corrected February 10, 2015
    Added:
    Course descriptions for ANTH 531, PHIL 105, PHIL 150 and PHIL 305
  • Page 156 – Economic Courses
    Corrected February 10, 2015
    Changed:
    Changed title of ECON 425 Entrepreneurship and Finance to ECON 425 Entrepreneurial Ventures
  • Page 313 – Innovation and Entrepreneurship
    Corrected February 10, 2015
    Added:
    Troy (Theatre Arts, J. Thomas and Julie E. Hurvis Professorship in Theatre and Drama)
    Lecturer: Pertl (Conservatory of Music, Dean of the Conservatory)
  • Page 316 – Innovation and Entrepreneurship Courses
    Corrected February 10, 2015
    Changed:
    Changed title of I-E 300 Entrepreneurship and Finance to I-E 300 Entrepreneurial Ventures

2013-2014 Catalog Corrections

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the electronic version was posted.

  • Page 25 - Planning an academic program
    • Changed pre-business advisor
  • Page 211 - Ethnic Studies
    • Changed ETST 240 to ETST 340
  • Page 76 - Required for the biology major
    • Added CHEM 116 to the list of courses required
  • Page 179 - English
    • Removed section titled “Old requirements for the major"
  • Page 456 - General music emphasis
    • Deleted MUEP 335
    • Added MUEP 336
    • Updated title of MUEP 340
  • Page 457 - General choral emphasis
    • Deleted MUEP 335
    • Added MUEP 336
    • Updated title of MUEP 340
  • Page 458 - Instrumental/general emphasis
    • Deleted MUEP 335
    • Added MUEP 336
  • Page 628 - Office of Student Affairs and Dean of Students Directory
    • Updated listing

 

2011-2012 Catalog Corrections

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the electronic version was posted.

  • Page 124 - Requirements for the minor in cognitive science
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added to item "2. Five additional courses from the following":
    Linguistics 545/Education Studies 545/Psychology 545: Gesture Studies
  • Pages 127 - Courses
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added:

    LING 545
    Gesture Studies

    Gesture studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines the use of the hands and other parts of the body in communication and cognition. In this seminar we discuss studies of gesture types, universals, and variations; gesture development; gesture production and perception; relations of gesture to thought and language (spoken and signed); and functions of gesture in human interaction, problem-solving, and learning. Units: 6.

    Also listed as Education Studies 545, Psychology 545

    Prerequisite: One course in linguistics or psychology, or consent of the instructor

2010-2011 Catalog Errata

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the electronic version was posted.

  • Page 113 - Requirements for the minor in cognitive science
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added to item "2. Five additional courses from the following":
    Linguistics 545/Education Studies 545/Psychology 545: Gesture Studies
  • Pages 116 - Courses
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added:

    LING 545
    Gesture Studies

    Gesture studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines the use of the hands and other parts of the body in communication and cognition. In this seminar we discuss studies of gesture types, universals, and variations; gesture development; gesture production and perception; relations of gesture to thought and language (spoken and signed); and functions of gesture in human interaction, problem-solving, and learning. Units: 6.

    Also listed as Education Studies 545, Psychology 545

    Prerequisite: One course in linguistics or psychology, or consent of the instructor

2009-2010 Catalog Errata

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the electronic version was posted.

  • Page 126 - Requirements for the minor in cognitive science
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added to item "2. Five additional courses from the following":
    Linguistics 545/Education Studies 545/Psychology 545: Gesture Studies
  • Pages 129 - Courses
    Corrected May 31, 2012
    Added:

    LING 545
    Gesture Studies

    Gesture studies is an interdisciplinary field that examines the use of the hands and other parts of the body in communication and cognition. In this seminar we discuss studies of gesture types, universals, and variations; gesture development; gesture production and perception; relations of gesture to thought and language (spoken and signed); and functions of gesture in human interaction, problem-solving, and learning. Units: 6.

    Also listed as Education Studies 545, Psychology 545

    Prerequisite: One course in linguistics or psychology, or consent of the instructor

2008-2009 Catalog Errata

The following corrections have been made to the Course Catalog after the printed version was published.

  • Page 53 - Required for the biology major
    Corrected September 19, 2008
    Deleted:
    4. Three units of the Recent Advances in Biology seminar course, preferably during the senior year
    Substituted:
    4. Completion of the Biology Senior Experience
  • Pages 261 and 262 - B.A./B.Mus 5-Year Degree requirements
    Corrected September 23, 2008
    Substitute:
    Use pages 29 and 30 instead of 261 and 262 for degree requirements.

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