REPORT FROM THE GRADUATE COUNCIL TO THE FACULTY SENATE: REPORT NO.
At meeting No. 380 held September 6,
2002, the Graduate Council considered and approved the following
curricular matters which are now submitted to the Faculty Senate for
information or confirmation as indicated.
I. Matters of
A. College of Engineering
1. Department of Civil and
CVE 589X Ground Modification
Design and evaluation of different
methods of soil stabilization and ground modification. Topics include
compaction, admixture stabilization, slurry walls, and deep
densification techniques such as dynamic compaction, blasting,
vibro-compaction, and soil-mixing. (Lec.) Pre: 381.
II. Matters Requiring
Confirmation by Faculty Senate
A. College of Environmental and Life
1. Department of Plant Science
a. Add (New):
PLS 540 Diseases of Turf and
Disease diagnosis, epidemiology and
control measures of common turf and ornamental diseases found in the
Northeast United States. (Lec.) Pre: 332.
PLS 542 Advanced Turf Management
Establishment and maintenance
practices for specialty turfgrass areas (golf course, athletic fields
and parks) including design and construction specifications and
budget management. (Lec.) Pre:341, 440.
PLS 571 Plant Improvement (4)
Traditional breeding techniques and
methodologies used for germplasm development and enhancement. Plant
cell and tissue culture methodologies as they relate to the
improvement of plant varieties through biotechnology. (Lec. 3, Lab.
1) Offered alternate years. Pre: 352.
B. College of Human
Science and Services
1. Department of
a. Add (New):
CMD 598 Special Problems (1-3)
Selected areas of study pertinent to
communicative disorders. Instruction may be offered in class seminar
or tutorial environments according to specific needs and purposes.
(Independent Study) Pre: graduate standing
C. College of
1. Add (New):
NUR 527 Symptom Management in
End-of-Life Care (3)
Principles of nursing care at the
end-of-life. Strategies for assessing and managing symptoms along
with complementary therapies across age groups. (Lec. 3) Pre: senior
standing in nursing or registered nurse (others by permission of