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    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Dec 18, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


This area consists of course descriptions in an alphabetical order that parallels the order used in the Schedule of Classes. Because of certain groupings of courses by sponsoring departments, you will find some cross-references, such as Statistics (STAT)-See Mathematical Sciences.

Standard information for each course includes the number, title, and credits (sometimes called credit hours or semester hours). For some courses, you will find information about the hours of laboratory or studio for which the course is scheduled during each week of a regular semester; these weekly hours are expanded during summer sessions. Fees for courses are assessed on the basis of credits and other factors.

V.T. (Variable Title) is shown for courses approved for variable titles. The title used for the course may be changed to specify the topic or other special focus of each offering of the course.

The course numbering system generally suggests levels of difficulty and appropriateness. Undergraduate courses eligible for graduate credit have numbers below 500. Courses at the 500 level in Purdue University departments are open to both advanced undergraduate and graduate students; other courses numbered 500 and above are generally open only to graduate students.

Preparation for courses is indicated as follows:


P: Indicates a prerequisite that must precede your enrollment in the course described. You may find one or more specific course numbers, the number of credits you should already have in a subject, or other conditions.


C: Indicates a corequisite that must be taken no later than the same semester you take the course described.


R: Indicates a recommendation concerning conditions to be met for enrollment in the course.


When no subject code is shown for prerequisites, corequisites, and recommended courses, they are in the same subject area as the course being described. If you lack a prerequisite or corequisite, you may seek the instructor’s consent to enroll in the course.

Session indicators (fall, spring, summer) suggest the times at which courses are generally offered. However, scheduling patterns may vary.

IPFW reserves the right to add, withdraw, or change courses without notice.

 
   •  ENG C625 - Research Methods for Professional Writers
   •  ENG C682 - Topics in Rhetoric and Composition
   •  ENG C697 - Independent Study in Writing
   •  ENG C723 - Literacy & Family History Research
   •  ENG C780 - Special Studies in Rhetoric and Composition
   •  ENG D552 - Linguistics and the Teacher of English
   •  ENG D600 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG D601 - Introduction to Old English
   •  ENG G500 - Introduction to the English Language
   •  ENG G541 - Materials Preparation for ESL Instruction
   •  ENGR 58000 - Engineering Optimization
   •  ENGR 59500 - Selected Topics in Engineering
   •  ENGR 69800 - Master of Science in Enginering (M.S.E.) Thesis Research
   •  FILM K502 - Genre Study in Film
   •  FINA H401 - Art Theory IV
   •  FINA H411 - 19th Century Art I
   •  FINA H412 - 19th Century Art II
   •  FINA H413 - 20th Century Art: 1900-1924
   •  FINA H414 - 20th Century Art: 1925-Present
   •  FINA H415 - Art of Pre-Columbian America
   •  FINA H431 - Research Seminar In Medieval Art
   •  FINA H495 - Readings and Research in Art History
   •  FINA P421 - Advanced Drawing III
   •  FINA P422 - Advanced Drawing IV
   •  FINA P425 - Advanced Painting III
   •  FINA P426 - Advanced Painting IV
   •  FINA P431 - Advanced Sculpture III
   •  FINA P432 - Advanced Sculpture IV
   •  FINA P433 - Advanced Metalsmithing III
   •  FINA P434 - Advanced Metalsmithing IV
   •  FINA P435 - Advanced Ceramics III
   •  FINA P436 - Advanced Ceramics IV
   •  FINA P441 - Advanced Printmaking III
   •  FINA P442 - Advanced Printmaking IV
   •  FINA P495 - Independent Study in Fine Arts
   •  FNR 50500 - Molecular Ecology and Evolution
   •  FNR 52300 - Aquaculture
   •  FOLK F512 - Survey of Folklore
   •  FOLK F600 - Asian Folklore/Folk Music
   •  FOLK F640 - Native American Folklore/ Folk Music
   •  FOLK F801 - Teaching Folklore
   •  FREN F325 - Oral French for Teachers
   •  FREN F410 - French Literature of the Middle Ages
   •  FREN F413 - The French Renaissance
   •  FREN F423 - Tragedie Classique
   •  FREN F424 - Comedie Classique
   •  FREN F425 - Prose et Poesie du Dix- Septieme Siecle
   •  FREN F443 - 19th Century Novel I
   •  FREN F444 - 19th Century Novel II
   •  FREN F446 - Poesie du Dix-Neuvieme Siecle
   •  FREN F450 - Colloquium in French Studies
   •  FREN F453 - Litterature Contemporaine I
   •  FREN F454 - Litterature Contemporaine II
   •  FREN F463 - Civilisation Francaise I
   •  FREN F464 - Civilisation Francaise II
   •  FREN F474 - Theme et Version
   •  GEOG G315 - Environmental Conservation
   •  GEOL G406 - Introduction to Geochemistry
   •  GEOL G413 - Introduction to Geophysics
   •  GEOL G415 - Geomorphology
   •  GEOL G420 - Regional Geology Field Trip
   •  GEOL G423 - Methods in Applied Geophysics
   •  GEOL G451 - Principles of Hydrogeology
   •  GER G404 - Deutsche Literatur seit der Romantik
   •  GER G412 - Advanced German: Composition
   •  GER G451 - Introduction to the Structure of Modern German
   •  GER G575 - Historical Study of German Literature III
   •  GER G577 - Historical Study of German Literature IV
   •  HIST A301 - Colonial America
   •  HIST A302 - Revolutionary America
   •  HIST A303 - The United States from 1789 to 1865 I
   •  HIST A304 - The United States from 1789 to 1865 II
   •  HIST A313 - Origins of Modern America
   •  HIST A314 - Recent U.S. History I 1917-1945
   •  HIST A315 - Recent U.S. History II 1945-Present
   •  HIST A345 - American Diplomatic History I
   •  HIST A346 - American Diplomatic History II
   •  HIST B351 - Barbarian Europe 200-1000
   •  HIST B352 - The Age of Chivalry 1000-1500
   •  HIST B355 - Europe: Louis XIV to French Revolution
   •  HIST B361 - Europe in the 20th Century
   •  HIST B378 - History of Germany II
   •  HIST C388 - Roman History
   •  HIST C393 - Ottoman History
   •  HIST D402 - Byzantine History and Civilization II
   •  HIST D410 - Russian Revolutions and the Soviet Regime
   •  HIST F341 - Latin America: Conquest and Empire
   •  HIST F342 - Latin America: Evolution and Revolution
   •  HIST F432 - 20th Century Latin American Revolutions
   •  HIST F447 - U.S.-Latin American Relations
   •  HIST T425 - Topics in History
   •  HPER H518 - Alcohol and Drug Education
   •  HPER H519 - Problems and Issues in Health
   •  HPER H528 - Issues in Substance Abuse
   •  HPER H617 - Seminar in Health Education (Alcoholism Alcohol Education and Drug Misuse)
   •  HPER P535 - Physical Education in the Elementary School
   •  HPER P544 - Administration of Physical Education
   •  HPER P545 - The Physical Education Curriculum
   •  HPER P647 - Seminar in Physical Education
   •  HPER S559 - Administration and Supervision of Safety Education
 

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