Feb 24, 2020  
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin 
    
2018-2019 Graduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

History

  
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    HIS 596 - French Studies

    3 hrs.
    Themes in French history, 18th-20th century.
  
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    HIS 597 - Asian Studies

    3 hrs.
    An introduction to traditional cultures and societies of East Asia.
  
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    HIS 599 - British Studies: Seminar in European Studies

    3-6 hrs.
    Lecture series and research in European studies offered abroad under the auspices of International Programs. No more than 3 hours to be counted as credit toward degree.
  
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    HIS 605 - Presenting Heritage I

    3 hrs.
    The first of a two-part seminar (with HIS 606 ) on public history, folklore, and anthropology. It emphasizes theory and method in public presentation to prepare students for public sector employment.
  
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    HIS 606 - Presenting Heritage II

    3 hrs.
    The second of a two-part seminar (with HIS 605 ) on public history, folklore, and anthropology, emphasizing the development and management of public humanities programming.
  
  
  
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    HIS 692 - Special Problems, I, II, III, IV

    1-4 hrs.
  
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    HIS 692 - Special Problems, I, II, III, IV (SAMPLE)

    1-4 hrs.
  
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    HIS 695 - Internship in Public History

    3 hrs.
    Supervised internship in a private, state, or federal facility dedicated to public history. May be repeated for 12 hours, only 6 of which may be applied to the degree.
  
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    HIS 696 - Internship in Applied Historical Research

    3 hrs.
    A supervised internship in a private, state, or federal institution with an emphasis on historical administrative materials. May be repeated for 12 hours, only 6 of which may be applied to the degree.
  
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    HIS 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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    HIS 698 - Thesis

    3 or 6 hrs. for a total of 6 hrs.
  
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    HIS 710 - Philosophy and Methods of History

    3 hrs.
    Acquaints graduate students with the nature and methods of historical study. Topics include research and bibliographic techniques; topic selection and question-framing; data collection, analysis, and interpretation, including quantification.
  
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    HIS 710 - Philosophy and Methods of History (SAMPLE)

    3 hrs.
    Acquaints graduate students with the nature and methods of historical study. Topics include research and bibliographic techniques; topic selection and question-framing; data collection, analysis, and interpretation, including quantification.
  
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    HIS 711 - Research Seminar in American History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 712 - Research Seminar in European History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 720 - Seminar in Modern European Historiography

    3 hrs.
    A course in historiography that will acquaint graduate students with influential historians and their conflicting interpretations of major historical issues.
  
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    HIS 722 - Seminar in War and Society Historiography

    3 hrs.
    This course will examine influential historians and their conflicting interpretations of major historical issues and themes in the fields of War and Society and military history.
  
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    HIS 725 - Interpretations and Themes in American History to 1865

    3 hrs.
    Study of major historiographical trends in American history before the Civil War.
  
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    HIS 726 - Interpretations and Themes in American History Since 1865

    3 hrs.
    Study of major historiographical trends in American history after the Civil War.
  
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    HIS 731 - Seminar in Medieval History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 732 - Seminar in British History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 733 - Seminar in Central European History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 734 - Seminar in Western European History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 735 - Seminar in Early Modern European History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 736 - Seminar in Modern Military History

    3 hrs.
    Discussion of themes in warfare and society from the Napoleonic era to the present. May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 740 - Seminar in East Asian History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 745 - Seminar in Latin American History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 771 - Seminar in United States History to 1877

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 772 - Seminar in United States History Since 1877

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 773 - Seminar in African-American History

    3-6 hrs. as topics vary.
    Examination of selected topics in African-American history. May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 774 - Seminar in American Diplomatic History

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 775 - Seminar in Southern History

    3 hrs.
    Variable topics in Southern history. May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 776 - Seminar in Women's History

    3 hrs.
    Variable topics in women's history. May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 781 - Themes and Interpretations in Latin America I

    3 hrs.
    Study of major themes and historiographical trends in pre-colonial and colonial Latin American history.
  
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    HIS 782 - Themes and Interpretations in Latin American History II

    3 hrs.
    Study of major themes and historiographical trends in post-colonial Latin American history.
  
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    HIS 785 - Oral History Seminar

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 791 - Research in History

    1-16 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Approval of major professor.
  
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    HIS 796 - Practicum in the Teaching of History in Colleges and Universities

    3 hrs.
    May be repeated for a total of 9 hours.
  
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    HIS 797 - Independent Study and Research

    Hours arranged.
    Not to be counted as credit toward a degree. Students actively working on a dissertation, 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 dissertation but who are actively working on a dissertation, 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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    HIS 799 - British Studies: Advanced Seminar in European Studies

    3-6 hrs.
    Lecture series and research in European studies offered abroad under the auspices of the Center for International and Continuing Education. No more than 3 hours to be counted as credit toward degree.
  
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    HIS 898 - Dissertation

    1-12 hrs. for a total of 12 hours.

Human Capital Development

  
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    HCD 565 - Performance Technology II

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): WTD 560 or permission of instructor. Investigation of innovative techniques to deliver training and performance interventions.
  
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    HCD 575 - Workforce Analysis

    3 hrs.
    Applied research methods and tools for the training professional to analyze and evaluate the worker, work processes, and the organization.
  
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    HCD 635 - Statistics for Human Capital Development

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Study of the statistics used in research data analysis in Human Capital Development. Students will learn to make, execute, interpret, and defend experimental design decisions in preparation for dissertation research.
  
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    HCD 640 - Workforce Development Models

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Application of different instructional models to design workforce training of facts, concepts, procedures, and processes.
  
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    HCD 643 - Design & Development for Performance Improvement

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Mastery of core competencies to develop and deliver technology training.
  
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    HCD 660 - Foundations of Human Capital Development

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Examine foundations, process models, interventions, and professional practice issues for improving workforce productivity and competence.
  
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    HCD 665 - Human Capital Development Project Management

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Prerequisite(s): WTD 560 Advanced application of performance technology interventions that impact today's workforce.
  
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    HCD 675 - Research in Human Capital Development

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Analysis and evaluation of current research in the field of workforce training and development.
  
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    HCD 680 - Human Capital Development Seminar

    1-6 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Presentation of workforce training industrial applications, practices, and problem solutions. May be repeated for a total of 6 hrs.
  
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    HCD 690 - Technology Based Learning Solutions

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): ENT 120 or permission of instructor. Design and development of dynamic, interactive multimedia products for workplace training and electronic support systems.
  
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    HCD 691 - Research

    1-6 hrs.
    Investigation of current research and literature in workforce training and development; development of writing skills, a thesis/prospectus must be orally defended. A maximum of 3 hrs. can be applied toward a degree in workforce training and development.
  
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    HCD 692 - Topics in Human Capital Development

    1-6 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Investigation of specific topics related to workforce training and development. May be repeated for a total of 6 hrs.
  
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    HCD 695 - Emerging Technologies for Human Capital Development

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): HCD 690  or permission of instructor. Overviews Web-based systems that provide on-demand, just-in-time, performance-improvement applications to business and industrial settings using the Internet.
  
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    HCD 697 - Independent Study and Research

    1-12 hrs. Hours arranged.
    Not to be counted as credit toward degree. Students actively working on a thesis or project, consulting with major professor, or using university resources and who are not in residence and are not enrolled in at least 3 hrs. of thesis or project credit must enroll in this course for at least 3 hrs. each semester.
  
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    HCD 699 - Project

    1-3 hrs. For a total of 3 hours.
    Credit deferred until project is complete.
  
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    HCD 715 - Change Leadership in Human Capital Development

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Investigation of change theories and models to maximize change implementation initiatives in an organization context.
  
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    HCD 720 - Competency Models

    3 hrs
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Research and development for the design and implementation of competency models in the workplace.
  
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    HCD 725 - Advanced Workforce Analysis

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Advanced research methods and tools for evaluation of public and private sector workplace learning and performance programs.
  
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    HCD 727 - Intro to Human Capital Analytics

    3 hrs.
    Explores human capital analytics (HCA), including the types of HCA projects, HCA technologies, data capture and preparation issues, HCA analysis techniques, HCA personnel competencies, and the preparation and analysis of HCA information.
  
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    HCD 745 - Quantitative Research Methodologies

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Statistical methods for designing, developing, and conducting quantitative research in human capital development. Examines descriptive and inferential statistical analysis techniques.
  
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    HCD 747 - Mixed Methods Research in HCD

    3 hrs.
     Provide knowledge and skills to effectively design and conduct mixed methods research in human capital development.
  
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    HCD 750 - Qualitative Research Methodologies

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Methods for designing, developing, and conducting qualitative research in human capital development.
  
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    HCD 755 - Survey, Design, and Administration

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Survey design and administration methods for social science, human capital development and organizational research.
  
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    HCD 760 - Analysis, Interpretation, and Reporting of Research Results

    3 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Statistical techniques used for research data analysis in human capital development. Course examines interpretation and reporting research results.
  
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    HCD 780 - Seminar

    1-6 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Study and presentation of human capital development applications, practices and solutions.
  
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    HCD 792 - Special Problems

    1-6 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Study of specific topics/problems (theory, practice, research) related to human capital development
  
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    HCD 797 - Independent Study and Research

    1-6 hrs.
    Students actively working on research, consulting with major professor, or using university resources, not in residence, and not enrolled in at least 3 hrs. dissertation credit, must enroll in this course for at least 3 hrs. each semester.
  
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    HCD 891 - Research in Human Capital Development

    1-6 hrs.
    Investigation of current research and literature in human capital development. A maximum of 3 hrs. can be applied toward doctoral degree in HCD.
  
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    HCD 898 - Dissertation

    1-12 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    For a total of 12 hours.

Human Performance and Recreation

  
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    KIN 701 - Advanced Exercise Physiology I (SAMPLE)

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Prerequisite: HPR 601 or equivalent course. Corequisite(s): Concurrent enrollment in KIN 701L  required. The study of the circulatory, respiratory, nervous, and muscular systems during and after physical activity.
  
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    KIN 701L - Advanced Exercise Physiology I Laboratory (SAMPLE)

    2 hrs.
    A special fee is charged for this course. (See SPECIAL FEES AND EXPENSES  in this Bulletin.)
    Corequisite(s): Corequisite: KIN 701 . Use and care of exercise physiology laboratory equipment.

Hydrographic Science

  
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    HYD 600 - Classical Geodesy

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Introduction to determination of curvature, shape, and dimensions of the earth, and to positions of ocean bottom features and topography.
  
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    HYD 601 - Hydrographic Data Management

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. The methods of data acquisition and control, capture, processing, and analysis applied to construction of navigational charts.
  
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    HYD 602 - Marine Geology for Hydrographers

    1 hr.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Fundamental information on marine geological processes oriented towards application by hydrographers.
  
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    HYD 603 - Law and Policy for Hydrographic Science

    1 hr.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. The course focuses on law and ocean policy issues, in seminars and classroom discussions, which are relevant to hydrographic science.
  
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    HYD 604 - Kinematic Positioning

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. The use of satellites in geodesy, positioning, navigation, and altimetry demonstrated through classroom lectures and practical exercises.
  
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    HYD 605 - Applied Bathymetry

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): MAR 581  or MAR 668  or equivalent. An application of ocean acoustic and transducer principles to the methods of measuring and recording the shape of the sea bed.
  
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    HYD 606 - Nautical Cartography and GIS

    2 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Skill in use of geographical information systems (GIS) is developed for application to nautical cartography.
  
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    HYD 607 - Oceanography for Hydrographers

    3 hrs.
    An integrated approach to the oceanographic operating environment, this course covers physical oceanography and marine geology.
  
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    HYD 608 - Practical Hydrographic Science

    2 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Practical aspects of planning, conducting, and evaluating results of hydrographic projects.
  
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    HYD 609 - Nautical Science

    1 hr.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. This course will provide the student with a basic understanding of the principles of nautical science as applied to hydrographic science.
  
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    HYD 610 - Hydrographic Science Field Project

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Practical experience designing, conducting, and analyzing results of hydrographic field projects.
  
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    HYD 611 - Remote Sensing for Hydrographers

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Remote sensing principles and photogrammetry for coastline delineation, ice mapping, bathymetry, and water column and surface properties.
  
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    HYD 612 - Water Levels

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): MAR 561  or permission of instructor. Theory and measurements of tidal and non-tidal water levels for hydrographic applications.
  
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    HYD 620 - Math Concepts for Hydrographers

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Application of mathematical and statistical concepts for hydrographic science.
  
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    HYD 680 - Special Topics in Hydrographic Science

    1-9 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Study of selected area of hydrographic science. May be repeated.
  
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    HYD 691 - Directed Research in Hydrographic Science

    1-16 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. Independent research conducted under the direction of a faculty member. May be repeated.
  
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    HYD 696 - Capstone Review

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): Permission of instructor. A literature-based research project dealing with a specific problem or issue relevant to the field of hydrographic science.

Industrial Engineering Technology

  
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    IET 505 - Production and Inventory Control Systems

    3 hrs.
    Corequisite(s): IET 505L Principles of production and inventory planning and control. Forecasting techniques, EOQ, MRP, production scheduling, line balancing, CPM/PERT.
  
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    IET 506 - Industrial Automation

    3 hrs.
    Automation and its implications to industrial processes, economics, and interpersonal relations.
  
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    IET 507 - Personnel in Technology

    3 hrs.
    The procurement, development, and utilization of technical personnel.
  
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    IET 508 - Innovations in Technology

    3 hrs.
    Introduction to factors involved in technological change within an industrial operation.
  
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    IET 509 - Plant Layout and Material Handling

    3 hrs.
    Effectiveness of plant layout to the production activity involving personnel, materials, tools, and equipment.
  
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    IET 510 - Motion and Time Study

    3 hrs.
    Corequisite(s): IET 510L A study of the optimization of the relationship between technology and personnel.
  
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    IET 513 - Lean Production Systems

    3 hrs.
    The strategic and tactical elements of lean production systems.
  
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    IET 514 - Engineering Project Management

    3 hrs.
    The strategic and tactical elements of engineering project management.
  
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    IET 520 - Design for Rapid Prototyping

    3 hrs.
    Prerequisite(s): ENT 520 Survey of applications of rapid automated prototyping, stereo-lithography systems, parametric design, and reverse engineering.
 

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