Apr 25, 2018  
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog 
    
2012-2013 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Geospatial Surveying Engineering

   •  GSEN 5386 - Problems in Remote Sensing of the Environment
   •  GSEN 5387 - Geospatial intelligence Techniques
   •  GSEN 5388 - Geospatial Internet Data Tracking
   •  GSEN 5390 - Advanced Topics
   •  GSEN 5395 - Graduate Project Research and Proposal
   •  GSEN 5396 - Directed Independent Study
   •  GSEN 5993 - Graduate Creative Project
   •  GSEN 5998 - Graduate Thesis

Health Care Administration

   •  HCAD 5312 - The Health Care System
   •  HCAD 5320 - Health Economics and Policy
   •  HCAD 5325 - Health Care Financial Management
   •  HCAD 5330 - Health Law and Ethics
   •  HCAD 5390 - Health Care Selected Topics
   •  HCAD 5396 - Directed Independent Study

History

   •  HIST 5310 - Historiography
   •  HIST 5320 - Research Methods
   •  HIST 5323 - Seminar: the Gilded Age
   •  HIST 5324 - Seminar: U.S. Modern Popular Culture
   •  HIST 5325 - Seminar: U.S. Diplomatic History Since 1898
   •  HIST 5328 - Seminar: Mexican American History
   •  HIST 5329 - Seminar: United States Women's History
   •  HIST 5331 - Seminar: U.S. From 1945 to Present
   •  HIST 5333 - Seminar: Early American History
   •  HIST 5336 - Seminar: United States Urban History
   •  HIST 5337 - Seminar: Religion and Society in Early America
   •  HIST 5338 - Seminar: History of American Education
   •  HIST 5341 - Seminar: Modern Germany
   •  HIST 5342 - Seminar: European Urban Culture and Society
   •  HIST 5351 - Seminar: Colonial Mexico
   •  HIST 5352 - Seminar: the Mexican Revolution
   •  HIST 5360 - Public History: Corpus Christi and South Texas
   •  HIST 5370 - Oral History: Techniques and Practice
   •  HIST 5371 - Seminar: Slavery in the Americas
   •  HIST 5380 - Seminar in History
   •  HIST 5390 - Internship in History
   •  HIST 5395 - Thesis
   •  HIST 5396 - Individual Study

Interdisciplinary Study

   •  IDSY 5311 - Research in the Social Sciences
   •  IDSY 5350 - Graduate Teaching Assistant Workshop: Teaching College Freshmen
   •  IDSY 5395 - Thesis
   •  IDSY 5396 - Individual Study
   •  IDSY 5397 - Interdisciplinary Project
   •  IDSY 5398 - Internship

Kinesiology

   •  KINE 5301 - History and Philosophy of Kinesiology
   •  KINE 5306 - Advanced Nutrition for Human Performance
   •  KINE 5307 - Research Design in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 5308 - Leadership in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 5310 - Sport in Society
   •  KINE 5311 - Statistics in Kinesiology
   •  KINE 5312 - Exercise Physiology of Sport Performance
   •  KINE 5314 - Principles of Strength and Conditioning
   •  KINE 5315 - Concepts in Sport Business
   •  KINE 5327 - Qualitative Motion Analysis
   •  KINE 5338 - Motor Development
   •  KINE 5340 - Psychological Aspects of Motor Performance
   •  KINE 5397 - Graduate Research Project in Progress
   •  KINE 5690 - Professional Seminar
   •  KINE 5696 - Directed individual Study
   •  KINE 5698 - Thesis in Progress

Management

   •  MGMT 5310 - Organizational Behavior and Communication
   •  MGMT 5320 - Organizational Behavior and Theory
   •  MGMT 5335 - Multinational Management
   •  MGMT 5350 - Entrepreneurship
   •  MGMT 5355 - Administrative Strategy and Policy
   •  MGMT 5360 - Human Resource Management
   •  MGMT 5370 - Seminar
   •  MGMT 5396 - Directed individual Research Or Readings

Management Information Systems

   •  MISY 5325 - Software Based Business Solutions
   •  MISY 5335 - Business Data Base Management
   •  MISY 5340 - Electronic Commerce
   •  MISY 5345 - Business Data Communication Systems
   •  MISY 5350 - Managing the information Systems Function
   •  MISY 5370 - Seminar
   •  MISY 5396 - Directed individual Research Or Readings

Marine Biology

Graduate standing is required for enrollment in 5000 and 6000-level courses. Exceptions can be made for outstanding undergraduate students with the Dean’s consent. For details, see “Graduate Study by Undergraduates ” in the catalog section titled “Academic and Degree Requirements .” Weekly lecture and laboratory hours associated with each course are designated by (lecture:lab) following the semester hours when appropriate. The laboratory hours shown are instructional time. In most cases, additional laboratory time will be required to complete assigned work. Prerequisites for entry into a course are indicated, but may be waived with permission of the instructor.

Graduate Credit from other Disciplines and other Campuses

Graduate students in the MS/PhD Marine Biology program may take courses from other disciplines such as BIMS, BIOL, CHEM, ESCI, GISC, FAMA, MATH and CMSS with approval from the student’s graduate committee or from the Marine Biology Program Coordinator if the committee has not yet been formed. Graduate students may also take courses from the Marine Biology and Marine Sciences Department at Texas A&M University at Galveston and Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, and Oceanography and Biology Departments at Texas A&M University.

   •  MARB 5102 - Graduate Research Seminar
   •  MARB 5392 - Thesis Proposal
   •  MARB 5393 - Thesis Research
   •  MARB 5394 - Thesis Submission
   •  MARB 5397 - Directed Research
   •  MARB 5590 - Special Topics
   •  MARB 5596 - Directed Independent Study
   •  MARB 5940 - Thesis Project Research
   •  MARB 6102 - Graduate Research Seminar
   •  MARB 6202 - Applied Coral Reef Ecology
   •  MARB 6301 - Coral Reef Systems
   •  MARB 6310 - Physiological Adaptations in Animals
   •  MARB 6314 - Aquatic Animal Nutrition
   •  MARB 6328 - Coastal Oceanography Using Remote Sensing
   •  MARB 6333 - Marine Benthic Ecology
   •  MARB 6335 - Aquatic Microbiology
   •  MARB 6373 - Marine Biodiversity and Conservation Science
   •  MARB 6392 - Dissertation Proposal
   •  MARB 6393 - Dissertation Research
   •  MARB 6394 - Dissertation Submission
   •  MARB 6427 - Coastal Ecology of Texas
   •  MARB 6428 - Fisheries Ecology
   •  MARB 6430 - Marine Plankton
   •  MARB 6431 - Phycology
   •  MARB 6436 - Marine Ecology
   •  MARB 6590 - Special Topics
 

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