Graduate College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Winter/Spring 2009-2010 by DePaul University

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Catalog Graduate College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Winter/Spring 2009-2010

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purposes master of science nursing master s entry into nursing practice program master of science advanced practice nursing post-graduate nurse anesthesia ms-completion program post-graduate advanced practice nursing certificate program special admission criteria student handbook courses philosophy faculty purposes program degree requirements student handbook courses departments continued physics physics faculty purposes program degree requirements student handbook courses psychology faculty purposes program degree requirements program degree requirements continued certificate courses master of public health program master of public health program faculty purposes program degree requirements student handbook courses school of public service school of public service faculty purpose admission requirements program and degree requirements master of science in public service management concentrations master of science in international public service master of science in leadership and

ecology evolution and population biology bio 409 plant physiology bio 415 topics in ecology bio 417 aquatic biology bio 420 microbial ecology bio 421 molecular methods in ecology and evolution bio 433 mycology bio 435 concepts in evolution bio 445 topics in paleobiology bio 447 topics in medical bacteriology genetics bio 421 bio 425 bio 430 bio 433 bio 447 bio 448 bio 450 bio 455 bio 460 bio 461 bio 471 bio 475 bio 480 cell and molecular biology molecular methods in ecology and evolution cellular events in the immune system developmental biology mycology topics in medical bacteriology biology of infection cell motility genetic toxicology molecular biology topics in molecular biology immunobiology introduction to pharmacology cancer biology physiology and neurobiology bio 409 plant physiology bio 439 cellular neurobiology bio 440 systems neurobiology bio 441 topics in neurobiology bio 452 advanced comparative physiology bio 465 principles of toxicology bio 475

albert erlebacher ph.d professor emeritus university of wisconsin madison richard j meister ph.d professor emeritus notre dame university cornelius sippel ph.d professor emeritus university of michigan arthur w thurner ph.d professor emeritus university of chicago college of liberal arts sciences graduate studies departments history program degree requirements program degree requirements m.a in history the depaul ma in history offers students the opportunity to explore the breadth and depth of the historical discipline students take a total of 12 courses with all students beginning with history 421 ​the historical discipline,​ in the autumn quarter of their first year in autumn quarter of their second year all students take history 422 ​s eminar in primary source analysis.​ finally in the spring quarter of their last year in the program students take history 489 ​the graduate capstone seminar.​ in between the curricular bookends of 421 and

laila farah ph.d assistant professor women s studies southern illinois university frida furman ph.d professor religious studies university of southern california jonathan gross ph.d professor english columbia university sandra jackson ph.d professor women s studies director center for black diaspora university of california at berkeley paul jaskot ph.d associate professor art and art history northwestern university beth kelly ph.d associate professor political science rutgers university john koval ph.d associate professor sociology university of oregon at eugene elizabeth lillehoj ph.d associate professor art and art history columbia university paula mcquade ph.d associate professor english university of chicago alexandra murphy ph.d associate professor communication university of south florida alex papadopoulos ph.d associate professor geography university of chicago mark pohlad ph.d associate professor art and art history university of delaware lucy rinehart ph.d associate professor

advertising public relations and marketing in the information rich environment of the 21 st century an understanding of the historic role of new media in shaping contemporary consciousness an ability to identify appropriate technologies to accomplish a specific communication need using the web and other online delivery systems an ability to edit content for web sites an ability to apply rhetorically sophisticated strategies for writing editing and producing basic web sites as delivery systems for technical information a capacity to work well as part of a team that is charged with solving a communications problem using new media technologies an understanding of the relations of new media to old media an understanding of rhetoric and visual aesthetics​how visual imagebased communication differs from and interrelates with text language based communication an understanding of the technical and practical necessities planning budgeting scripting of moving a project from

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other program requirements clinical practica nine quarters of clinical practicum need to be completed the director of clinical training must approve the practicum placement in advance doctoral candidacy examination designed to assess the student​s general knowledge of clinical psychology and the student​s area of specialization child or community the examination is given in two sections one section consists of an examination in the areas represented by the required courses in clinical psychology a second section consists of an examination in the student​s area of clinical child or clinical community specialization an alternative to the doctoral candidacy examination is to complete a major comprehensive review paper based on the literature within an area relevant to the field of clinical psychology this paper must be submitted for publication in a peer-reviewed clinical psychology journal admission to doctoral candidacy formally given to the student who has

mps 598 thesis research electives 12 quarter hours mps 513 voluntarism in american society mps 516 management of information technology mps 525 working with a board of directors mps 528 foundation management mps 529 strategic planning mps 600 independent study mps 601 internship health care administration the health care administration concentration provides students with the managerial and analytical skills necessary to understand and influence the processes through which hospitals associated health care organizations and public and private agencies provide health care in the provide opportunities to explore the roles of specific nonprofit and governmental health care providers and regulatory agencies core courses 40 quarter hours mps 499 presentation skills/public services mps 500 introduction to public service management mps 501 cross sector analysis mps 502 ethical leadership two quarter hours mps 514 government financial administration or mps 515 nonprofit financial

falls below 2.500 the student remains on probation until four more courses are taken at which time another evaluation is made if at that time the student has failed to raise his/her gpa to the required level of 2.500 the student may be dismissed for poor scholarship and prohibited from registering for additional course work a student who has been dismissed may after a period of time petition for reinstatement the petition addressed to the dean of the college would provide information that would demonstrate a change in the student​s circumstances to an extent that would support successful completion of the student​s degree program the dean​s decision based upon the merits of the petition and the recommendation of program director may if favorable stipulate conditions of reinstatement readmission if you were previously enrolled in a graduate program in the college of liberal arts and sciences but have not been in attendance for a period of one calendar year or

this course focuses on social movements and the intersectionalities of gender race class sexuality age ability culture religion nation etc paying particular attention to how groups and individuals have historically challenged systems and structures of poverty oppression and injustice and exploring ways in which contemporary and future movements can build upon wms 415 contentions in feminist and gender theorizing new directions this course focuses on contemporary debates in feminist and gender theories it addresses different aspects of feminist and gender theorizing and their interrelationships focusing on exploration and critical examination of controversies and debates in the field the course content engages students in examining philosophical ideological social political and cultural fault lines that offer opportunities to deepen and extend our understandings about discourses on women​s and gender studies ​ constructions and negotiations in the late 20th century as

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