2018-2019 Graduate Course Catalog 
    
    Nov 24, 2020  
2018-2019 Graduate Course Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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    COR 651 - Power, Society&Culture SE Asia

    Syracuse University
    1-6 credit(s)
    Cornell course
    Repeatable
  
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    NUM 610 - Topics in Devmntl Neurobiology

    Syracuse University
    2 credit(s)
    Upstate course

Asian/Asian American Studies

  
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    AAA 690 - Independent Study

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s)
    Exploration of a problem, or problems, in depth. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student. Admission by consent of supervising instructor(s) and the department.
    Repeatable

African American Studies

  
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    AAS 500 - Selected Topics

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Interdisciplinary seminar examining various areas of intellectual and research interests related to the American black experience. Integrates knowledge of historical, cultural, sociological, political, and economic issues. Prereq: lower-division course in the social sciences.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 501 - African American Sociological Practice:1900-45

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Intellectual traditions and histories of African American sociologists between 1900 and 1945. Understanding the nature of their contributions to various strands of American and Pan African social thought. Impacts on public policy.
  
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    AAS 503 - Black Paris: Studies in Literature, Culture and Intellectual Life

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    Baldwin, “Bricktop”, Cesaire, Conde, Diop, Himes, and Wright. Jazz, Negritude, and Presence Africaine. Literature, films, concepts, and contemporary issues involving: expatriation, colonialism, racism, and immigration; and places such as the Café Tournon, Belleville, the Louvre, and University of Paris.
  
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    AAS 510 - Studies in African American History

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Crosslisted with: HST 510 
    Particular periods or aspects of African American history.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 512 - African American Women’s History

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Odd academic yr e.g. 2007-8
    Crosslisted with: WGS 512 
    The intellectual, political, and social history of African American women from pre-colonial Africa to the re-emergence of black feminism in the late 20th-century United States.
  
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    AAS 513 - Toni Morrison: Black Book Seminar

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    Crosslisted with: WGS 513  
    A multi-dimensional study of Morrison’s bookwork: fiction, non-fiction, and scholarship. Involves conceptual frameworks and ideas that link this project with broader understandings and interpretations of Blacks in the world. A wide range of questions (i.e., aesthetics, feminisms, knowing-politics, language, race) derives from Morrison’s literary witnessing of Black community life.
  
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    AAS 525 - Research Methods in African American Studies

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Conceptual, technical, and ethical tools for research among populations in the African Diaspora. Guidelines and practice in reviewing literature and assessing historiography data gathering and analysis, interviewing, participant observation, and archival research.
  
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    AAS 540 - Seminar:African American Studies

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3-4 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Various areas of intellectual and research interests related to the American black experience. Integrates knowledge of historical, cultural, sociological, political, and economic issues.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 580 - International Course

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-12 credit(s) Irregularly
    Offered through SUAbroad by educational institution outside the United States. Student registers for the course at the foreign institution and is graded according to that institution’s practice. SUAbroad works with the S.U. academic department to assign the appropriate course level, title, and grade for the student’s transcript.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 590 - Independent Study

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a problem, or problems, in depth. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student. Admission by consent of supervising instructor(s) and the department.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 600 - Selected Topics

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s) Every semester
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 608 - Masters of American Black Music

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s)
    Double Numbered with: AAS 408
    Various masters of African American music and how these masters brought beauty and happiness to the common place.
  
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    AAS 609 - History of Jazz, 1940 to Present

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s)
    Double Numbered with: AAS 409
    Determine why bebop was the most significant style development in the 20th century. How did it liberate the music from dance music to its own art form? Additional work required of graduate students.
  
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    AAS 610 - Seminar in Pan Africanism: Research and Reading

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Commonalities shared by Africans and people of African descent. Political and intellectual currents developed in the face of these currents.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 611 - Arts, Cultures and Literatures of the Pan African World

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Definitions, representations, and critiques of Pan Africanism. African, African American, and African Caribbean artistic, cultural, and literary products explored. Aesthetics, gender, feminisms, reading, research, reflection, and analysis emphasized.
  
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    AAS 612 - Histories, Societies and Political Economies of the Pan African World

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Effects of global encounters on African, African Caribbean, and African American societies examined.
  
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    AAS 620 - Black Women Writers

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Writers whose work creates, expands, and engages knowledge of Pan Africanism.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 625 - “Revolt of the Black Athlete”: Africana Studies and the History and Culture of Sport

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: AAS 425
    This seminar will examine the complex and varied Africana athletic experiences from the playing field to the coaching ranks and front office from a critical social justice perspective intersecting race, class, gender, and international relations. Additional work required of graduate students.
  
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    AAS 626 - African American Urban History

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Crosslisted with: HST 626
    Double Numbered with: AAS 426
    This seminar will examine the complex and varied Black urban experiences in the 20th and 21st centuries from the 1890s to the present.
  
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    AAS 627 - New York City: Black Women Domestic Workers

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: SOC 627 , WGS 627 
    Double Numbered with: AAS 427
    Historical understanding of Black women’s engagement in paid domestic work in the United States, increasing need for domestic workers in the ever-changing economy and family, and the social construction of Black women as “ideal” domestic workers.
  
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    AAS 631 - Seminar in African Drama and Theater

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Exploration of African performance art forms existing since antiquity. Selected contemporary written drama texts. Includes student performance.
  
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    AAS 634 - Underground Railroad

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Crosslisted with: ANT 694 , HST 634 
    Double Numbered with: AAS 434
    Myth and history of the Underground in the context of African American freedom efforts. Emphasis on events, personalities, and sites in upstate New York. Student field research and exploration of archival and Internet resources. Additional work required of graduate students.
  
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    AAS 645 - The Caribbean: Sex Workers, Transnational Capital, and Tourism

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: SOC 645 , WGS 645 
    Double Numbered with: AAS 445
    A political economy approach to educating students about the human and capital costs of tourism to the Caribbean. The integral relationship between sex work and Caribbean tourism exposes the region’s development that has resulted in its current configuration.
  
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    AAS 670 - Experience Credit

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s)
    Participation in a discipline or subject related experience. Student must be evaluated by written or oral reports or an examination. Permission in advance with the consent of the department chairperson, instructor, and dean. Limited to those in good academic standing.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 671 - Caribbean Intellectual Thought

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Analysis of principle thinkers who have influenced the philosophy and intellectual culture of the region.
  
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    AAS 681 - Comparative State, Society Relations

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Even Academic Yr e.g. 2004-5
    Crosslisted with: PSC 681 
    Conceptual, methodological, and theoretical tools in comparing state, society relations, and their political and socioeconomic outcomes in the Pan African world and the rest of the world.
  
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    AAS 690 - Independent Study

    College of Arts and Sciences
    1-6 credit(s)
    Exploration of a problem, or problems, in depth. Individual independent study upon a plan submitted by the student. Admission by consent of supervising instructor(s) and the department.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 700 - Seminar in African American Studies

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Advanced interdisciplinary inquiry into critical areas of intellectual and research interests in relation to black experience in the United States. Students are required to develop major research hypotheses around themes of black experience.
    Repeatable
  
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    AAS 731 - Militarism and Transformation in South Africa

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Issues of militarism in political process in Southern Africa in last 15 years. Understanding background which unleashed war, destabilization, and violence in region.
  
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    AAS 757 - Black Feminist Theories

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: WGS 757 
    Explores historical backgrounds and contemporary expressions of Black feminist thought around the globe to broaden our knowledge of feminist theory. We take an interdisciplinary approach to Black feminist theory that crosses genres and disciplines.
  
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    AAS 765 - Readings and Research in African History

    College of Arts and Sciences
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Crosslisted with: HST 765 
    Readings and research on a topic or theme in African History of the instructor’s choosing.
  
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    AAS 997 - Master’s Thesis

    College of Arts and Sciences
    6-9 credit(s)
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 18 credits maximum

Accounting

  
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    ACC 601 - Intermediate Financial Accounting I

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 356
    Accounting concepts and standards. Topics include: accounting cycle; income determination; financial statements; measurement and valuation of assets including cash, investments, receivables, inventory, property, plant, and equipment, and intangibles. Additional work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: MBC 632  OR MBC 609  
  
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    ACC 602 - Intermediate Financial Accounting II

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 357
    Accounting concepts and standards. Topics include: accounting cycle, financial reporting, financial statement analysis, cash flows, income tax allocation, measurement and valuation of liabilities; equity, leases, and pensions. Additional work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: ACC 601 
  
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    ACC 610 - Activity Based Costing and Management

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    1.5 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Comparison of the traditional absorption costing systems and the emerging activity-based costing systems with respect to their usefulness for managerial decisions
    PREREQ: MBC 609 
  
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    ACC 621 - Cost Analysis & Control

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 363
    In-depth examination of costing products and services, and using cost information in planning and control decisions. Pricing, budgeting, standards, strategic cost systems, just-in-time/backflushing costing, and activity-based costing. Additional work required of graduate students. Junior standing or graduate status.
    PREREQ: MBC 609  OR MBC 632  
  
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    ACC 652 - Accounting Analytics

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Accounting analytics including Benford¿s Law, current and prior period data, anomaly detection, correlation and time series detection, risk assessment and risk scoring, and purchasing card transaction fraud.
  
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    ACC 677 - International Reporting and Analysis

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: INB 677 
    The implications of differences in international financial reporting practices for financial analysis and decision making. Foreign currency translation, mergers and acquisitions, transfer pricing, taxation, derivatives, and risk management.
    PREREQ: ACC 602  OR ACC 357
  
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    ACC 685 - Principles of Taxation

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 385
    Tax planning and taxation of business transactions, such as basis, gains, losses, nontaxable exchanges, depreciation, amortization, other business deductions, and tax credits. Research and communication skills. Extra work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: MBC 609  OR MBC 632 
  
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    ACC 725 - Financial Statement Analysis

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    The role of financial statement information in assessing a firm’s performance, prospects, and value. Financial analysis, equity valuation, competitive analysis, merger and acquisition analysis, international financial statement analysis.
    PREREQ: ACC 602  OR ACC 357
  
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    ACC 726 - Auditing Theory/Practice

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 476
    Audit practice and reporting on financial statements. Audit standards, the demand for auditing, and regulatory, legal, and ethical influences on auditors. Audit objectives, evidence, control environment, and risk assessments. Case studies and problems. Extra work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: ACC 602  OR ACC 357
  
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    ACC 736 - Strategic Cost Analysis

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Contemporary cost accounting systems in relation to strategic decisions and control of various economic organizations. Emphasizing activity-based costing, activity-based management, and integrated cost systems.
    PREREQ: ACC 621  OR ACC 363
  
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    ACC 744 - History of Regulation of Trade and Business

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    2-3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course explores the legal and moral principles of business and trade regulation over 5,000 years, including: ancient regulation of prices, usury laws, licensing, and other concepts as they evolved into our current system.
  
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    ACC 745 - Property and Tax from Ancient Athens to Modern America

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    This course covers how the ancients developed concepts of private property and tax, adjudicated disputes, and developed concepts that influence the law today. Development of legal theory assists in understanding practical applications of the law.
  
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    ACC 747 - Advanced Auditing

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Seminar discussion of advanced auditing research and cases. Topics include the market for assurance services, auditor decision making, audit risk, and information systems auditing.
    PREREQ: ACC 726  
  
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    ACC 756 - Advanced Financial Accounting

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Double Numbered with: ACC 477
    Accounting and reporting for business combinations, foreign currency transactions, derivatives, and governmental entities. Extra work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: ACC 602  OR ACC 357
  
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    ACC 757 - Taxes & Business Strategy

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Incorporating tax costs and benefits into business planning and decision-making. Highlights the problems of entrepreneurs, transfers of businesses, financial reporting affects, business lifecycle and entity choice, and international operations.
    PREREQ: ACC 685  OR ACC 385
  
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    ACC 760 - Principles of Fraud Examination

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Nature of occupational fraud and abuse in organizations. How and why occupational fraud is committed, detected and deterred; how to proceed if fraud is suspected. Emphasis on asset misappropriation schemes, corruption, and financial statement fraud. Additional work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: ACC 621  
  
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    ACC 775 - International Tax Planning and Research

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Issues concerning the taxation of international transactions; various complex issues in partnership and corporate tax planning; issues with joint ventures and consolidated returns filed in the U.S. Permission of instructor required if prerequisite not met.
    PREREQ: ACC 757 
  
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    ACC 777 - Taxation of Business Entities

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Double Numbered with: ACC 481
    Federal taxation of the formation, operation, liquidation, and reorganization of partnerships, subchapter C, subchapter S, and limited liability corporations. Federal taxation of partners and shareholders. Extra work required of graduate students.
    PREREQ: ACC 685  OR ACC 385
  
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    ACC 786 - Government and Not-for-Profit Accounting

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Role of financial management systems in nonprofit organizations such as hospitals, education, government and social programs. System cost analysis, budgeting analysis, impact of people on budgets, cost effectiveness analysis, and developing social accounting systems.
    PREREQ: ACC 601 OR ACC 356
  
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    ACC 855 - Sem/Acc/Thry:Current Devp

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Current developments in financial and managerial accounting theory. Research studies and pronouncements by authoritative accounting organizations. Areas of controversy. Papers on selected topics required.
  
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    ACC 860 - Research in Accounting

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Directed readings and individual research into controversial and special areas of accounting. Papers presented on selected topics.
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 6 credits maximum
  
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    ACC 960 - Doctoral Seminar

    Martin J. Whitman School of Management
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Repeatable

Advertising Design

  
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    ADD 540 - Offset Printing

    School of Design
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    A basic course covering the theory and practice of preparing camera-ready art for printing plate-making, and printing by offset lithography.
    PREREQ: CMD 281
  
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    ADD 640 - Professional Practices/Ad Des

    School of Design
    1-12 credit(s) Irregularly
    Advanced development of advertising for print and broadcast media, in small groups. Includes market analysis, strategic planning, conceptualization, and preparation of comprehensive layouts and story boards for advertising campaigns.
  
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    ADD 644 - TV Commercial Production

    School of Design
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ADD 444
    Video techniques in the production of advertising commercials. Major emphasis on computer video editing. Introduction to camera work and sound.
    PREREQ: ADD 443
    Repeatable 1 time(s), 3 credits maximum
  
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    ADD 740 - Ad Design Research Problems

    School of Design
    1-12 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Individual instruction in specialized areas of advertising design, based on professional practices in development of advertising campaigns for print and broadcast media.
    PREREQ: ADD 640 
  
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    ADD 996 - Final Presentation

    School of Design
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Final presentation accompanied by written statement culminating in oral examination for M.F.A. degree. Taken during final semester upon advisor’s approval.
  
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    ADD 997 - Masters Thesis

    School of Design
    0-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Formal master’s thesis. Written document exhibiting substantive and original research. Planned under direction of major departmental advisor.

Advertising

  
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    ADV 500 - Selected Topics

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    ADV 507 - Strategic Media Planning

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Students will develop a strategic and advanced working knowledge of advertising media planning and buying, audience measurement, media research, new media concepts, audience segmentation and sales presentation.
    PREREQ: ADV 307
  
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    ADV 509 - Advertising Research and Planning: A Case Study Approach

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Students will learn how to apply theory and practice of advertising research by analyzing cases and studies in marketing communications and academic publications. Account planning, qualitative, and quantitative research skills are emphasized.
    PREREQ: ADV 208
  
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    ADV 523 - Digital Branding and Strategy

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: ICC 523 
    Examines the transformative role that digital media (websites, social networks, blogs, wikis, mobile) have on the advertising industry. How consumers are reached and interpret the message from these digital platforms.
    PREREQ: ADV 307 OR ADV 604 
  
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    ADV 526 - Fashion Advertising and Promotion

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    How advertising and promotion build fashion brands, ranging from top designers to local retailers. Students learn how to apply the comprehensive strategic planning process used in advertising to build fashion brands.
  
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    ADV 600 - Selected Topics

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    1-6 credit(s) Irregularly
    Exploration of a topic (to be determined) not covered by the standard curriculum but of interest to faculty and students in a particular semester.
    Repeatable
  
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    ADV 601 - Introduction to Copy and Layout

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Students will be exposed to the entire creative process of writing and designing ads in order to develop their ability to judge, as future advertising managers, what comprises a strong ad campaign.
    PREREQ: ADV 604 , VIS 607 
  
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    ADV 604 - Seminar in Advertising Practice and Leadership

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Examination of advertising with the modern business structure; corporation; agency and media relationships; analysis of creative, research, and planning aspects. Limited to graduate students who have had no general course in advertising.
    PREREQ: ADV 611 
  
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    ADV 607 - Writing for the Advertising Profession

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    The fundamentals of researching and developing advertising strategies for campaigns. Students will gain proficiency in professional and creative/persuasive writing used in internal and external communications by advertising managers. Advertising graduate students only.
  
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    ADV 609 - Advertising and Public Relations Research Design

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Crosslisted with: PRL 609
    The theory and application of research methods to solve advertising and public relations communication problems.
  
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    ADV 610 - Topics in Specialized Practice

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Every semester
    Development of specific skills needed to work in the advertising business (agency, media seller or client side). Topics vary dependent on changes in the industry.
    Repeatable 2 time(s), 9 credits maximum
  
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    ADV 611 - Strategic Principles and Practices

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) Only during the summer
    The fundamentals of strategic planning as practiced in advertising including problem assessment, competitive analysis, target market profile, brand positioning, opportunity recognition, creative platform, and creative executions.
  
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    ADV 612 - Strategic Brain: Account Planning and Research

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Study the strategic findings of consumer research attuned to the emotions and thoughts of target audiences. Most importantly, students explore how to obtain key kernels of knowledge and emotion that will make advertising campaigns successful.
    PREREQ: ADV 611 
  
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    ADV 613 - Strategic Brain: Media Planning

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Learn how to create media plans including both traditional and digital advertising media vehicles. It’s a strategic and creative part of the entire brand-communications program that provides solutions on costs, coverage, effectiveness, and scheduling.
    PREREQ: ADV 611 
  
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    ADV 615 - Creative Brain

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Gain a thorough understanding of how advertising ideas are developed and spread across a variety of media choices. Learn to build a bridge across the historic divide that separates account managers from their creative colleagues.
    PREREQ: ADV 604  AND VIS 607 
  
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    ADV 625 - Integrated Advertising Campaigns

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    6 credit(s) Only during the summer
    Apply the skills learned from the graduate course work and develop integrated advertising campaigns for real clients. Move from a thorough understanding of advertising to becoming an active practitioner of the craft, intensive and hands-on experience.
    PREREQ: ADV 604 
  
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    ADV 645 - International Advertising

    S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: ADV 345
    Challenges and ethical issues in international advertising. Discussions concerning comparative cultural, geo-economic, and socio-political conditions relevant to topic. “Glocalization” will be the main focus in the discussions.

Art Education

  
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    AED 510 - Special Problems in Art Ed

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Individual study of particular problems in art education which are of pertinence to the student. Counseling and consent of the instructor determine the area of study.
  
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    AED 524 - Visual Language

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Visual language as catalyst for interdisciplinary experiences in art, math, science, and social studies. Visualization, determination of essential features, methods of teaching surrogate and relational form. Curriculum for specific grades or particular audiences. For senior and graduate art majors.
  
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    AED 534 - Creative Processes and Curriculum Structures

    College of Visual and Performing Arts
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Through experimentation, divergent thinking, and openness to discovery and possibility, students will document the curricular ideas and opportunities for creative learning that emerge through the exploration of various studio art and design processes.
  
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    AED 584 - Cultural Knowledge, Identity, and Postmodern Art Education

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    A course providing a safe space for arts educators and teaching artists to reconceptualize their language, attitudes, and approaches toward viewing, learning, and teaching the visual arts to diverse students in a global postmodern society.
  
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    AED 612 - Creativity & Its Cultivation

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    How do we recognize creativity? Who are the innovative individuals? Seminar workshop identifies essential criteria to discover and experience levels of creative behavior. Multisensory nature of imagination and its cultural significance. Students experiment in perceptual activities leading to design of aesthetic and educational strategies.
  
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    AED 617 - Philosophy & Foundations of Art Education Practice

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Double Numbered with: AED 317
    Historical trends and philosophies of diverse art education practices and the growth of American public education. Includes field observations, interface with cultural institutions, cultivation of professional affiliations, and the development of a beginning teaching philosophy.
  
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    AED 618 - Seminar in Art Education

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Prevailing opinions concerning objectives, materials, and curriculum procedures in art education at various age levels. Variety of research requirements and procedures in the field.
  
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    AED 621 - Making Meaning: Socially Responsible Arts & Design Practices

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Experiments with new approaches for making art, architecture and/or design when creative practice and arts & design education are undertaken as an avenue of social responsibility.
  
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    AED 710 - Problems/Teacher As Artist

    School of Art
    2-18 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Technical problems in art education. Limited to students working toward master’s degree in art education.
    Repeatable
  
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    AED 798 - Making Methodology: Exploring Arts-based Research

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Crosslisted with: AIC 619  
    An in-depth exploration of arts-based research methodologies that emerge out of the natural affinity between research practice and artistic practice. Various methodologies will be applied to selected social, educational, and creative research problems.
  
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    AED 896 - Final Presentation

    School of Art
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Final presentation accompanied by written statement, culminating in oral examination. Taken during final semester upon advisor’s approval.
  
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    AED 990 - Independent Study

    School of Art
    1-6 credit(s)
    Repeatable

Aerospace Engineering

  
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    AEE 527 - Helicopter Dynamics

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Introduction to the helicopter; hover- and vertical-flight analysis; autorotation and vertical descent; blade motion and rotor control; aerodynamics of forward flight.
    PREREQ: AEE 342 AND 427
  
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    AEE 542 - Hypersonic/High Temperature Gas Dynamics

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Inviscid and viscous hypersonic fluid dynamics with and without high temperature effects. Approximate and exact methods for analyzing hypersonic flows. Elements of statistical thermodynamics, kinetic theory, and nonequilibrium gas dynamics. Experimental methods.
    PREREQ: MAE 251 AND AEE 343
  
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    AEE 577 - Introduction to Space Flight

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) At least 1x fall or spring
    Two-body orbital mechanics, orbits and trajectories, interplanetary transfers, vehicle and booster performance.
    PREREQ: ECS 222
  
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    AEE 628 - Adv Spacecraft Dyn

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Analytical techniques, including dyadic operators for rotational motion, Lambert’s theorem and its use in spacecraft mission analysis computer programs, and Bierman’s factorized estimation board.
  
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    AEE 636 - Strctral Dynamics/Vehicle

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Static aeroelasticity, unsteady aerodynamics of airfoils and wings, lifting surface flutter, panel flutter, and dynamic response including modal techniques.
    PREREQ: MAE 627 
  
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    AEE 637 - Adv/Mech/Aerospce/Structr

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Structural problems not amenable to elementary analysis, such as swept and delta wings, stresses around cutouts, shear lag, torsion with restrained warping, general instability of stiffened shells, thermal stresses. Matrix and energy methods.
  
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    AEE 685 - Principles of Turbomachines

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Upon sufficient interest
    Crosslisted with: MAE 585 , MEE 685 
    Fluid dynamics and thermodynamics of turbomachines. Performance characteristics and analysis of axial and radial turbomachines. Cascade theory. Radial equilibrium equation. Meridional flow analysis. Three dimensional flow characteristics of turbomachines.
  
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    AEE 727 - Adv Helicopter Dynmcs II

    College of Engineering and Computer Science
    3 credit(s) Irregularly
    Rotary wing dynamics, flapping motion, coupled flap-lag motion. Stability and control, longitudinal dynamics, lateral dynamics, and coupled longitudinal and lateral dynamics.
    PREREQ: AEE 627
 

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