Oct 21, 2018  
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  ENGL 5341 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 5342 - British Poetry and Prose 1790-1830
   •  ENGL 5343 - British Poetry and Fiction 1900-Present
   •  ENGL 5344 - Studies in Victorian Literature and Culture
   •  ENGL 5346 - American Literature to 1865
   •  ENGL 5347 - American Literature 1865-1940
   •  ENGL 5348 - American Literature 1945-Present
   •  ENGL 5349 - Topics and Genres in Literature
   •  ENGL 5360 - Evaluation and Diagnosis of Writing
   •  ENGL 5361 - Basic Writing Theory and Pedagogy
   •  ENGL 5362 - Computers and Writing
   •  ENGL 5363 - History of Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 5364 - Technical Writing Theory and Pedagogy
   •  ENGL 5365 - Community Literacy Theory and Pedagogy
   •  ENGL 5369 - Topics and Genres in Rhetoric and Composition
   •  ENGL 5372 - Composition Theory and Pedagogy
   •  ENGL 5375 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 5376 - Professional Writing
   •  ENGL 5380 - Seminar in Grammar and Linguistics
   •  ENGL 5381 - Introduction to Linguistics
   •  ENGL 5385 - Seminar in Applied Linguistics
   •  ENGL 5390 - Thesis
   •  ENGL 5392 - Practicum for Composition Instructors
   •  ENGL 5393 - General Studies Literature Instructors Practicum
   •  ENGL 5395 - Capstone
   •  ENGL 5396 - Individual Study
   •  ENGL 5399 - Workshop
   •  ENGL 5667 - Workshop

Environmental Science

Graduate Courses

General prerequisite for 5000-level courses: graduate standing. Senior undergraduates in their last semester or summer session of undergraduate work may take 5000-level courses provided that they have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better, and that written approval is obtained from the Dean of the college in which the work is offered. Weekly lecture and laboratory hours associated with each course are designated by (lecture:lab) following the semester hours. The indicated laboratory hours are laboratory instructional time. In most cases, additional laboratory time will be required to complete assigned work.

   •  ESCI 5101 - Environmental Research Seminar
   •  ESCI 5201 - Advanced Scientific Diving Techniques
   •  ESCI 5203 - Professional Skills for Scientists
   •  ESCI 5302 - Federal Environmental Laws and Regulations
   •  ESCI 5314 - Biogeochemical Processes
   •  ESCI 5320 - Advanced Environmental Health
   •  ESCI 5322 - Industrial Hygiene
   •  ESCI 5330 - Oil Spill Management
   •  ESCI 5340 - Ocean Resources
   •  ESCI 5345 - Living with Coastal Hazards
   •  ESCI 5350 - Fundamentals of Physical Oceanography
   •  ESCI 5359 - Ecosystem Dynamics
   •  ESCI 5360 - Coastal Management and Ocean Law
   •  ESCI 5370 - Hazardous Waste Treatment Technologies
   •  ESCI 5397 - Directed Research
   •  ESCI 5408 - Environmental Microbiology
   •  ESCI 5480 - Environmental Assessment
   •  ESCI 5490 - Advanced Topics
   •  ESCI 5596 - Directed independent Study
   •  ESCI 5940 - Project Research
   •  ESCI 6590 - Advanced Topics

Finance

   •  FINA 5311 - Financial Management Concepts
   •  FINA 5320 - Managerial Finance
   •  FINA 5325 - Real Estate Finance and Investments
   •  FINA 5330 - Analysis of Derivative Securities
   •  FINA 5335 - Multinational Finance
   •  FINA 5340 - Investment and Portfolio Theory
   •  FINA 5345 - Financial Markets and Institutions
   •  FINA 5370 - Seminar
   •  FINA 5396 - Directed Individual Research Or Readings

Fisheries and Mariculture

   •  FAMA 5102 - Graduate Defense Seminar
   •  FAMA 5312 - Mariculture Techniques
   •  FAMA 5314 - Aquatic Animal Nutrition
   •  FAMA 5315 - Diseases and Parasites of Aquatic Organisms
   •  FAMA 5322 - Aquaculture Business Planning
   •  FAMA 5370 - Mariculture
   •  FAMA 5392 - Thesis Proposal
   •  FAMA 5393 - Thesis Research
   •  FAMA 5394 - Thesis Submission
   •  FAMA 5397 - Professional Paper Submission
   •  FAMA 5398 - Internship
   •  FAMA 5421 - Chemistry of Natural Waters
   •  FAMA 5428 - Fisheries
   •  FAMA 5432 - Aquatic System Design
   •  FAMA 5436 - Marine Ecological Processes
   •  FAMA 5590 - Special Topics
   •  FAMA 5596 - Directed Independent Study
   •  FAMA 5940 - Project Research

Geographic Information Science

Graduate courses in geographic information science are offered in support of graduate degree programs in computer science, environmental science and education. For details concerning these particular degree programs, consult the College of Science and Engineering  section of the catalog.

The following graduate courses are offered to support graduate programs. GISC 5300 and GISC 5301 are the required leveling courses needed for entry into graduate courses in GIS given at present under the Computer Science, MS  Degree. All these GISC courses are also available as elective courses in various programs with the approval of the mentor/advisor.

   •  GISC 5300 - Foundations of Geographic information Systems
   •  GISC 5301 - Cartographic Bases of GIS
   •  GISC 5302 - Spatial Analyses in GIS
   •  GISC 5490 - Selected Topics

Geology

Graduate courses in geology are offered in support of graduate degree programs in Environmental Science, Coastal and Marine System Science and Education. For details concerning these particular degree programs, consult the College of Science and Engineering  section of the catalog.

For Additional Information

Website:

http://pens.tamucc.edu/geol

Campus address:

Carlos F. Truan Natural Resource Center; Room 1100; Phone (361) 825-2681

Mailing address:

Geology Program, Unit 5850
College of Science and Technology
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
6300 Ocean Drive, Corpus Christi, Texas 78412-5850
   

General prerequisite for 5000-level courses: graduate standing. Senior undergraduates in their last semester or summer session of undergraduate work may take 5000-level courses provided they have a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or better, and that written approval is obtained from the dean of the college in which the work is offered.

Weekly lecture and laboratory hours associated with each course are designated by (lecture:lab) following the semester hours. The indicated laboratory hours are laboratory instructional time. In most cases, additional laboratory time will be required to complete assigned work.

   •  GEOL 5101 - Geology Seminar
   •  GEOL 5308 - Coastal Geoenvironments and Change
   •  GEOL 5322 - Advanced Geophysical Techniques Seminar
   •  GEOL 5334 - Ground Water Monitoring and Contaminant Hydrogeology
   •  GEOL 5336 - Ground Water Geochemistry
   •  GEOL 5418 - Advanced Environmental Geology
   •  GEOL 5436 - Principles of Petroleum Geology
   •  GEOL 5437 - Computer Applications and Modeling in Hydrogeology
   •  GEOL 5438 - Mass Transport Modeling in Hydrogeology
   •  GEOL 5490 - Advanced Topics
   •  GEOL 5596 - Directed independent Study

Geospatial Surveying Engineering

   •  GSEN 5300 - Bases of Geographic information Systems
   •  GSEN 5301 - Foundations of Geospatial Surveying Engineering
   •  GSEN 5355 - Design and Analysis of GIS Applications
   •  GSEN 5365 - Geospatial Muiltivariate Techniques
   •  GSEN 5381 - Cadastral information Systems
   •  GSEN 5382 - Policy and Legal Aspects of Spatial information Systems
   •  GSEN 5383 - Designing Digital Surface Models
   •  GSEN 5384 - Generalization of Topographic Maps
   •  GSEN 5385 - Analytical and Digital Photogrammetric Engineering
 

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