2013-2014 Undergraduate Catalog by Boise State University

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academic calendar summer session 2013 for registration information see the boise state registration guide deadlines by session – summer 2013 session fee payment deadline start date last date to add without permission number drop fee begins last date for refund last date to register add or drop without a w last date to drop or completely withdraw with a w no refund last date of classroom instruction grades due 1st 3 week may 16 may 20 may 20 may 24 may 21 may 28 june 9 june 11 1 5 week 2nd 5 week june 6 july 5 june 10 july 15 june 11 july 16 june 14 july 19 june 12 july 17 june 21 july 26 july 14 august 18 july 16 august 20 1st 8 week 2nd 8 week may 16 june 6 may 20 june 10 may 22 june 12 may 25 june 15 may 24 june 14 june 10 july 1 july 14 august 4 july 16 august 6 june 6 june 10 june 12 june 15 june 18 july 5 august 18 august 20 st 10 week last date to add with permission number last date to drop or completely withdraw without a w and receive a refund less a $40.00 processing

chapter 5 — grades • practicum internship project thesis dissertation independent studies and student teaching may not be repeated to improve a grade • a w student withdrew from the course or cw student completely withdrew from all classes that semester is not considered an earned grade • courses repeated at other institutions prior to transfer are excluded from the registration maximum • repeat maximums in a first undergraduate degree do not apply to a second undergraduate degree students completing a second undergraduate degree are allowed a new repeat maximum of 6 courses • remedial courses e.g math 15 math 25 engl 90 are excluded from the registration maximum if a student repeats a course they may count toward the degree only the number of credits that would have been received had the course been taken only once except for courses approved to be taken multiple times see iii.b when a course is repeated all grades will appear on

chapter 11 — summary of programs and courses how to read a typical course description course description key each course at boise state university has a course description that consists of a prefix course number title credit code semester code additional information content description and list of requisites these elements of the course description are described below 1 course prefix/subject  the prefix indicates the department or academic unit offering the course see table 11.2 for a complete list of course prefixes 2 course numbering system  each course offered is assigned a unique number indicating what type of course it is and what sort of credits may be earned in the course throughout this catalog you will find courses numbered as follows 00 – 99 noncredit courses that do not count toward degree requirements 100 – 199 freshman-level courses lower-division courses 200 – 299 sophomore-level

civil engineering department of civil engineering college of engineering environmental research building room 1134 http coen.boisestate.edu/ce phone 208 426-3743 fax 208 426-2351 presentations are key elements of this course students also take a required civil engineering design elective in their senior year and may elect to take other design courses to fulfill other technical elective requirements degree requirements civil engineering bachelor of science chair and associate professor mandar khanal associate professors hamilton murgel sridhar assistant professor farid hernandez miller lecturer call course number and title degrees offered foundational studies program requirements indicated in bold see page 51 for details and lists of approved courses • b.s and minor in civil engineering • see the bsu graduate catalog for the following • m.engr in civil engineering see the bsu graduate catalog • m.s in civil engineering see the bsu graduate catalog • m.s in

curriculum instruction and foundational studies department of curriculum instruction and foundational studies college of education education building room 228 http education.boisestate.edu phone 208 426-1672 fax 208 426-4006 chair and associate professor richard osguthorpe professors anderson brendefur kelly parrett singletary snow willison associate professors budge fry miller nadelson assistant professors carney quarles clinical cross zenkert degrees offered • b.a in elementary education • see the bsu graduate catalog for the following • m.a in education with emphases in curriculum and instruction • m.ed in educational leadership • ed.d in curriculum and instruction • graduate certificate in secondary/k-12 teaching • m.s in stem education department statement boise state university strives to develop knowledgeable educators who integrate complex roles and dispositions in the service of diverse communities of learners believing that all

geosciences geosciences continued approved electives 12 of 15 must be upper-division approved electives include courses selected to meet an individual student’s needs students must have a minimum of 40 upperdivision 300/400-level credit hours see your advisor for assistance course number and title 0-6 2-13 120 total credits foundational studies program requirements indicated in bold see page 51 for details and lists of approved courses upper-division electives to total 40 credits electives to total 120 credits geophysics bachelor of science 15 secondary education emphasis engl 101 introduction to college writing 3 engl 102 intro to college writing and research 3 uf 100 intellectual foundations 3 uf 200 civic and ethical foundations 3 geog 213 meteorology 3 dlm math 170 calculus i 4 geos 201 introduction to oceanography 3 dln chem 111 111l general chemistry i with lab 4 geos 300 earth materials 4 dln geos 100 or geos 101 4 geos 314 structural geology 4 dlv visual and performing

kinesiology kin-act 222 folk dance ii 0-2-1 instruction and participation in folk dance for development of advanced skills may be repeated maximum four credits pass/fail kin-act 224 social dance ii 0-2-1 instruction and participation in social dance for development in the waltz cha cha fox trot rhumba tango lindy western swing folk square and various novelty dances may be repeated maximum four credits pass/fail kin-act 233 bowling ii 0-2-1 instruction and participation in bowling for development of intermediate skills and techniques special fee required may be repeated maximum four credits pass/fail prereq kin-act 133 kin-act 266 yoga ii 0-2-1 f/s basic poses will be refined with emphasis on all standing poses inverted poses head stand plow shoulder stand will be introduced as well as a more in-depth exploration of restorative yoga may be repeated maximum eight credits pass/fail prereq kin-act 166 or perm/inst kin-act 272 racquetball ii 0-2-1 f/s instruction and participation

music music/business continued music bachelor of arts course number and title dln natural physical and applied sciences course credits foundational studies program requirements indicated in bold see page 51 for details and lists of approved courses dll literature and humanities engl 101 introduction to college writing 3 engl 102 intro to college writing and research 3 uf 100 intellectual foundations 3 uf 200 civic and ethical foundations 3 3-4 dlm mathematics 4 dln natural physical applied sciences course with lab 3-4 dln natural physical and applied sciences course 3 dlv mus 100 introduction to music 3-4 dll literature and humanities dls social sciences course in a first field 3 dls social sciences course in a second field 3 mus 119 120 219 220 materials of music 12 mus 121 122 221 222 ear training 4 cid mus 202 music communications 2 mus 351 or mus 353 history and literature of music 3 mus 352 history and literature of music ii 3 mus-apl 10 concert class 8 semesters of pass grade 0

respiratory care respiratory care continued respiratory care continued respcare 219 introduction to research 1 respcare 221 ecg interpretation 1 respcare 223 respiratory care theory ii 3 respcare 224 respiratory care laboratory ii 2 respcare 228 clinical practicum ii 4 respcare 229 diseases and diagnostics i 3 respcare 250 recitation and application ii 1 respcare 255 respiratory rounds 1 respcare 300 recitation and application iii 1 respcare 301 principles of pharmacotherapeutics 2 respcare 302 general pathology 2 respcare 303 respiratory care theory iii 3 respcare 304 respiratory care laboratory iii 2 respcare 308 clinical practicum iii 5 respcare 323 respiratory care theory iv 3 respcare 324 respiratory care laboratory iv 1 respcare 328 clinical practicum iv 5 respcare 329 diseases and diagnostics ii 3 respcare 350 recitation and application iv 1 cid respcare 355 professional communication in health care 3 respcare 440 senior theory advanced concepts 3 three or more courses chosen

world languages latin american and latino/a studies minor course number and title credits spanish 201 intermediate spanish i spanish 202 or 203 intermediate spanish ii spanish minor primary secondary bilingual education or spanish emphasis 4 course number and title 4 spanish 201-202 or spanish 201 203 intermediate spanish 8 spanish 303 or spanish 313 advanced spanish conversation and composition 3 spanish 304 introduction to hispanic literature 3 spanish 412 advanced spanish grammar and syntax 3 spanish 376 spanish peninsular culture and civilization or spanish 377 latin american culture and civilization or spanish 385 mexican american culture and civilization 3 electives in at least three different disciplines chosen from hist 131 survey of latin america hist 361 colonial latin america hist 362 modern latin america hist 363 history of mexico pols 423 latin american politics soc 332 introduction to mexican-american studies soc 333 contemporary issues of chicanas/chicanos spanish 303

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