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    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Nov 20, 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.

 
   •  HPER S655 - Problems in Driver Education and Highway Safety
   •  IT 50700 - Measurement and Evaluation in Industry and Technology
   •  IT 50800 - Quality and Productivity in Industry and Technology
   •  IT 59000 - Special Problems in Industrial Technology
   •  IT 59800 - Directed MS Project
   •  JOUR J413 - Magazine Article Writing
   •  JOUR J425 - Supervision of School Media
   •  LBST D500 - Graduate Project
   •  LBST D501 - Humanities Seminar
   •  LBST D502 - Social Science Seminar
   •  LBST D503 - Science Seminar
   •  LBST D510 - Introduction To Graduate Liberal Studies
   •  LBST D513 - MLS Science Elective
   •  LBST D700 - Topics in Liberal Studies
   •  LING L430 - Language Change and Variation
   •  LING L505 - Professional Scholarship in Language Study and Linguistics
   •  LING L532 - Second Language Acquisition
   •  LING L534 - Linguistic Resources and the Teaching of English as a Second Language (TESOL)
   •  LING L535 - TESOL Practicum
   •  LING L541 - Introductory Phonetics
   •  LING L543 - Syntactic Analysis
   •  LING L575 - Introduction to Linguistic Theory
   •  LING L590 - Linguistic Structure
   •  LING L619 - Language and Society
   •  LING L690 - Advanced Readings in Linguistics
   •  LING P511 - Methods and Materials for TESOL 1
   •  LING P512 - Methods and Materials for TESOL 2
   •  LING T510 - Applied Traditional and Structural English Grammar
   •  LING T660 - Contrastive Discourse
   •  LSTU L515 - Work Restructuring: Taylorism to Globalization
   •  LSTU L590 - Poverty Welfare and Workfare
   •  MA 51000 - Vector Calculus
   •  MA 51100 - Linear Algebra with Applications
   •  MA 52100 - Introduction to Optimization Problems
   •  MA 52300 - Introduction To Partial Diffenential Equations
   •  MA 52500 - Introduction to Complex Analysis
   •  MA 54000 - Analysis I
   •  MA 54100 - Analysis II
   •  MA 55300 - Introduction to Abstract Algebra
   •  MA 55400 - Linear Algebra
   •  MA 55600 - Introduction to the Theory of Numbers
   •  MA 56000 - Fundamental Concepts of Geometry
   •  MA 57100 - Elementary Topology
   •  MA 57500 - Graph Theory
   •  MA 58000 - History of Mathematics
   •  MA 58100 - Introduction to Logic for Teachers
   •  MA 59800 - Topics in Mathematics
   •  ME 50500 - Intermediate Heat Transfer
   •  ME 50900 - Intermediate Fluid Mechanics
   •  ME 54500 - Finite Element Analysis: Advanced Theory and Applications
   •  ME 55000 - Adv Stress Analysis
   •  ME 56200 - Advanced Dynamics
   •  ME 56300 - Mechanical Vibrations
   •  MET 44000 - Advanced CNC Machining
   •  MUS E517 - Projects and Problems in Music Education
   •  MUS E518 - Foundations of Music Education
   •  MUS E519 - Psychology of Music
   •  MUS E524 - Experimental Teaching in Elementary School Music
   •  MUS E525 - Supervision of Music in the Public Schools
   •  MUS E526 - Exploratory Approaches to Music in Junior and Senior High
   •  MUS E533 - Research in Music Education
   •  MUS E534 - Practicum in Music Education
   •  MUS E536 - Special Workshop in Music Education
   •  MUS E545 - Guided Professional Experiences
   •  MUS E574 - Orff Program Development I
   •  MUS E575 - Orff Program Development II
   •  MUS E594 - Vocal Pedagogy
   •  MUS E595 - Seminar in Vocal Pedagogy
   •  MUS G561 - Masters Choral Conducting I
   •  MUS G562 - Masters Choral Conducting II
   •  MUS G571 - Advanced Instrumental Conducting I
   •  MUS G572 - Advanced Instrumental Conducting II
   •  MUS M500 - Special Seminar in Music History
   •  MUS M520 - Music for the Theatre
   •  MUS M524 - Oratorio Literature
   •  MUS M527 - Symphonic Literature
   •  MUS M530 - Contemporary Music
   •  MUS M531 - Song Literature I
   •  MUS M532 - Song Literature II
   •  MUS M540 - Graduate Music Appreciation
   •  MUS M541 - Music History Review for Graduate Students I
   •  MUS M542 - Music History Review for Graduate Students II
   •  MUS M544 - Piano Literature from 1830 to the Present
   •  MUS M556 - Research in the History and Literature of Music
   •  MUS R571 - Opera Workshop
   •  MUS R572 - Opera Workshop
   •  MUS T511 - Theory Review for Graduate Students I
   •  MUS T512 - Theory Review for Graduate Students II
   •  NUR 50200 - Pharmacotherapeutics for Advanced Practice Nursing
   •  NUR 50300 - Advanced Health Assessment
   •  NUR 50700 - Physiologic Concepts for Advanced Practice Nursing
   •  NUR 51100 - Health Promotion for Advanced Practice in Nursing
   •  NUR 51300 - Health Promotion in Special Populations
   •  NUR 51601 - Clinical Applications In Pharmacology Family Nurse Practitioner
   •  NUR 52100 - Theoretical Constructs in Nursing
   •  NUR 52300 - Nursing Research And Evidence-Based Practice
   •  NUR 52500 - Informatics in Nursing
   •  NUR 53200 - Acute Illness: Adult Health Practice
   •  NUR 53300 - Acute Illness: Adult Health Preceptorship
   •  NUR 54200 - Chronic and Commonly Recurring Conditions: Adult Health Practice
 

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