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    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Oct 22, 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.

 
   •  PPOL V541 - Benefit-Cost Analysis of Public and Environmental Policies
   •  PPOL V543 - Health Services Management
   •  PPOL V545 - The U.S. Healthcare System
   •  PPOL V546 - Health Services Utilization
   •  PPOL V550 - Topics in Public Affairs
   •  PPOL V560 - Public Finance and Budgeting
   •  PPOL V561 - Public Human Resources Management
   •  PPOL V562 - Public Program Evaluation
   •  PPOL V563 - The Planning Process
   •  PPOL V564 - Urban Management
   •  PPOL V566 - Executive Leadership
   •  PPOL V567 - Public Financial Administration
   •  PPOL V569 - Managing Interpersonal Relations
   •  PPOL V570 - Public Sector Labor Relations
   •  PPOL V580 - Readings in Public Affairs
   •  PPOL V585 - Practicum in Public Affairs
   •  PPOL V590 - Research in Public Affairs
   •  PPOL V600 - Capstone in Public and Environmental Affairs
   •  PPOL V631 - Health Planning
   •  PSY 50500 - Mental Measurement
   •  PSY 52600 - Psycholinguistics
   •  PSY 53200 - Psychological Disorders of Childhood
   •  PSY 54000 - History of Psychology
   •  PSY 55000 - Introduction to Clinical Psychology
   •  PSY 59000 - Individual Research Problems
   •  PSY 59200 - Advanced Special Topics
   •  SE 51000 - Systems Engineering
   •  SE 52000 - Engineering Economics
   •  SE 53000 - Systems Engineering Management
   •  SE 54000 - Systems Architecture
   •  SE 59500 - Selected Topics in Systems Engineering
   •  SOC P510 - Seminar on Organizations and the Individual
   •  SOC P514 - Health and Healthcare Issues
   •  SOC P517 - Social Stratification and Social Practice
   •  SOC P540 - Principles of Sociological Theory and Practice
   •  SOC P550 - Statistical Techniques for Sociological Practice I
   •  SOC P562 - Topics in Policy Analysis
   •  SOC P570 - Applied Research Methods
   •  SOC P576 - Graduate Seminar in Sociological Pedagogy
   •  SOC P578 - Mediation and Conflict Resolution Strategies
   •  SOC P697 - Professional Development
   •  SOC P698 - Practicum in Sociological Practice
   •  SOC P699 - Master's Thesis Research
   •  SOC S516 - Seminar in Sociology of Family
   •  SOC S518 - Seminar in Sociology of Religion
   •  SOC S521 - Seminar in Deviant Behavior
   •  SOC S528 - Research in Criminology
   •  SOC S560 - Topics in Sociology
   •  SOC S574 - Medical Sociology
   •  SOC S575 - Social Gerontology
   •  SPAN S407 - Survey of Spanish Literature I
   •  SPAN S408 - Survey of Spanish Literature II
   •  SPAN S411 - Spain: The Cultural Context
   •  SPAN S412 - Latin-American Culture and Civilization
   •  SPAN S418 - Hispanic Drama
   •  SPAN S420 - Modern Spanish— American Prose Fiction
   •  SPAN S425 - Spanish Phonetics
   •  SPAN S426 - Introduction to Spanish Linguistics
   •  SPAN S428 - Applied Spanish Linguistics
   •  SPAN S450 - Don Quixote
   •  SPAN S470 - Women and Hispanic Literature
   •  SPAN S471 - Spanish-American Literature I-II
   •  SPAN S472 - Spanish-American Literature II
   •  SPAN S474 - Hispanic Literature and Society
   •  SPAN S478 - Modern Spanish Novel
   •  SPAN S479 - Mexican Literature
   •  SPAN S480 - Argentine Literature
   •  SPAN S495 - Hispanic Colloquium
   •  STAT 51100 - Statistical Methods
   •  STAT 51200 - Applied Regression Analysis
   •  STAT 51400 - Design of Experiments
   •  STAT 51600 - Basic Probability and Applications
   •  STAT 51700 - Statistical Inference
   •  STAT 51900 - Introduction to Probability
   •  STAT 52000 - Time Series And Applications
   •  STAT 52800 - Introduction to Mathematical Statistics
   •  TECH 54000 - Reliability and Maintenance
   •  TECH 55700 - Tolerancing Techniques
   •  TECH 56100 - Industrial Projects Management and Control
   •  TECH 57400 - Advanced Quality Engineering Methods
   •  TECH 59500 - Workshop in Advanced Technology
   •  TECH 64600 - Analysis of Research in Industry and Technology
   •  THTR 50400 - Summer Repertory Theatre
   •  THTR 53100 - Acting Styles
   •  THTR 53600 - Advanced Problems in Acting
   •  THTR 54000 - Advanced Directing
   •  THTR 56000 - Advanced Scenic Design
   •  THTR 56100 - Advanced Costume Design
   •  THTR 56200 - Advanced Light Design
   •  THTR 57000 - Dramatic Structure: Theory
   •  THTR 57600 - Playwriting
   •  THTR 58300 - American Theatre History and Drama
   •  THTR 59000 - Directed Study of Special Theatre Problems
   •  VCD H495 - Readings and Research in Art History
   •  VCD P443 - Advanced Photography III
   •  VCD P444 - Advanced Photography IV
   •  VCD P453 - Graphic Design III
   •  VCD P454 - Graphic Design IV
   •  VCD P475 - Computer Art and Design III
   •  VCD P476 - Three Dimensional Computer Modeling
 

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