Sep 27, 2020  
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Theatre

  
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    THE 645 - Advanced Stage Lighting

    3 hrs.
    Advanced stage-lighting techniques including stylization and dance lighting. Lighting considered as part of a total production concept.
  
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    THE 650L - Graduate Movement

    3 hrs.
    A course applying a rotating curriculum of movement and physical based acting techniques, emphasizing: integration, psycho/physical, connection, alignment and creating character.
  
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    THE 660 - Advanced Costume Design

    3 hrs.
    Costume design as an element of a total production concept. Projects in designing costumes for plays, opera and dance.
  
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    THE 670L - Graduate Voice

    3 hrs.
    Exploratory work through both classical and contemporary methods for the development of the actor's voice and body. Repeatable for a total of 6 hours.
  
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    THE 675 - Graduate Directing Studio

    2 hrs.
    Repeatable for a total of 12 hours. Advanced directing techniques.
  
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    THE 680 - Graduate Design Studio

    2 hrs.
    Repeatable for a total of 12 hours. Advanced design techniques. Emphasis on combining textual analysis, design research, rendering and design decision making through the creative process.
  
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    THE 681L - Practicum in Acting and Directing

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 682L - Practicum in Production Administration.

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 683L - Practicum in Scenic Production/Technology

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 684L - Practicum in Lighting and Sound Technology

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 685L - Practicum in Properties Production/Technology

    1-3 hrs
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 686L - Practicum in Artistic Production

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 687L - Practicum in Technical Management

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 689L - Practicum in Costume and Makeup Technology

    1-3 hrs.
    May be taken for a total of nine (9) hours.
  
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    THE 690L - Graduate Acting Studio

    3 hrs.
    Advanced acting techniques. Emphasis on combining textual analysis, movement, vocal, and advanced acting techniques through the creative process. Repeatable for a total of 12 hours.
  
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    THE 691 - Research in Theatre

    1-16 hrs.
    A written prospectus and timetable must be submitted and approved by a graduate faculty member before enrolling.
  
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    THE 692 - Special Problems I, II, III

    1-3 hrs. each.
    Investigation into specialized area of interest in the MFA student's discipline. Proposals with timetable must be submitted and approved by a graduate faculty member before enrolling.
  
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    THE 696 - Practicum in Theatre I, II, III

    3 hrs. each.
    Students participate in the university theatre production process in a significant area of responsibility. May be taken three times for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    THE 697 - Independent Study and Research

    Hours arranged.
    Not to be counted as credit toward a degree. Students actively working on a thesis, consulting with the major professor, or using other resources of the university may enroll in this course. Students who are not in residence and are not enrolled in at least 3 hours of thesis but who are actively working on a thesis, consulting with the major professor, or using other resources of the university must enroll in this course for at least 3 hours each semester.
  
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    THE 699 - Creative Project

    1-8 hrs.

Therapy

  
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    THY 511 - Introduction to Kinesiotherapy

    3 hrs.
    An introduction to the theory of organizing and conducting kinesiotherapy as it applies to physical and mental rehabilitation.
  
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    THY 512 - Kinesiotherapy I

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): BSC 250 and 251; HPR 303, 370, and 374; THY 511  Emphasis placed on physical evaluation procedures of spine and extremities, musculoskeletal function, goniometry, and gait analysis.
  
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    THY 521 - Clinical Experience

    1-4 hrs. arr.
    A supervised internship in various habilitation, rehabilitation, or neuropsychiatric clinics. May be repeated.
  
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    THY 551 - Neurological and Pathological Foundations in Kinesiotherapy

    3 hrs.
    The introductory study of neuroscience and pathology of diseases commonly encountered by kinesiotherapists.
  
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    THY 578 - Specialized Studies in Developmental Disabilities

    1-6 hrs.
    Specialized study and skill acquisition in the area of developmental disabilities. Topics vary.
  
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    THY 597 - Professional Collaboration for Developmental Disability Services

    3 hrs.
    Study of the interdependent contributions of relevant disciplines in training, service, and research.
  
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    THY 598 - Families of the Developmentally Disabled

    3 hrs.
    Interdisciplinary approach to the study of families of the developmentally disabled.
  
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    THY 678 - Assessment and Intervention for Handicapped Children 0-5

    3 hrs.
    Current issues and theories regarding assessment and intervention procedures for at-risk and handicapped young children, birth through five.
  
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    THY 688 - Medical Aspects of Developmental Disabilities

    3 hrs.
    Medical conditions, diagnostic tests, and other health care issues relevant to individuals with developmental disabilities.

Tourism Management

  
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    TM 640 - Food Service Operations Management

    3 hrs.
    Corequisite(s): TM 640L  Advanced application of systems used to manage food service operations..
  
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    TM 640L - Food Service Operations Management Laboratory

    2 hrs.
    Corequisite(s): TM 640  Practical application of the management of food service operations.
  
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    TM 641 - Purchasing in the Hospitality Industry

    3 hrs.
    Principles of purchasing foods, beverages, non-food items, and equipment are examined.
  
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    TM 642 - Layout and Design

    3 hrs.
    Planning, designing, and layout of hospitality facilities.
  
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    TM 645 - Hospitality Financial Management

    3 hrs.
    Financial management techniques applied to the hospitality industry, including capital expenditure analysis, and evaluation.
  
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    TM 682 - Hospitality Marketing

    3 hrs.
    Application of marketing theories to hospitality organizations. Emphasis on marketing systems, consumer behavior, market definition, and the marketing mix.
  
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    TM 683 - Dimensions of Tourism

    3 hrs.
    To explore tourism's supply/demand components. Emphasis on relationship between the components and functional areas of planning and marketing that manage them.
  
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    TM 690 - International Studies in Hospitality Management

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): permission of adviser. Acquaints students with visited destination's tourism supply/demand components through field trips/meetings with industry leaders.
  
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    TM 692 - Special Problems in Hospitality Management

    1-6 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing and approval of faculty adviser. Supervised study in area not covered by available courses.
  
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    TM 693 - Readings in Hospitality Management

    1 hr.
    Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing and approval of faculty adviser. Recent developments in research related to the hospitality industry. May be repeated for a total of 3 hrs.
  
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    TM 694 - Tourism Destination Development

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): TM 683  Emphasis placed on nature/scope of tourism planning, planning approaches, markets, attractions, services, regional potential planning, and levels of planning.

Women's and Gender Studies

  
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    WGS 503 - British Women Writers

    3 hrs.
    Literature written by British women writers. Variable content.
  
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    WGS 510 - Women in American Society

    3 hrs.
    A survey of the experience of American women from the colonial period to the present with emphasis on the evolution of women's role in society in response to changing economic or social conditions.
  
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    WGS 520 - Women and Politics

    3 hrs.
    Examines feminist political theory, the role and status of women in United States politics, and public policy issues related to women.
  
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    WGS 525 - Sociology of Gender

    3 hrs.
    A study of the relationship between gender and broader cultural patterns in various societies.
  
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    WGS 527 - Family Law

    3 hrs.
    An in-depth study of common law and statutory law relating to the family emphasizing legal remedies to violence and its effects on the criminal justice system.
  
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    WGS 528 - Family Violence, Investigation, and Deterrence

    3 hrs.
    A study of child and spouse abuse within the family emphasizing detection, investigation, and deterrence.
  
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    WGS 601 - Theories and Methods in Women's and Gender Studies

    3 hrs.
    An advanced survey of feminist and gender theory and methodology, preparatory to graduate course work in Women's and Gender Studies.
  
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    WGS 602 - Topics in Writing by Women

    3 hrs.
    A critical examination of a genre, topic, or theme in women's literature.
  
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    WGS 692 - Special Problems in Women's and Gender Studies

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor. Directed individual study toward the completion of a significant research project.
 

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