REPORT FROM THE GRADUATE COUNCIL TO THE FACULTY SENATE: REPORT NO.
At meeting No. 383 held November 22,
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
1. Department of
a. Temporary Course (then
to be offered as regular course):
BMS 540X Drug Metabolism Methods
Critical analysis of techniques used
in drug and xenobiotic metabolism research, including assay design
(enzyme source, analytical methods, kinetics), prototype assays,
individual variation (phenotype, genotype), and computational
prediction of metabolism. (Lec. 3) Pre: BCH 581 or 582 or permission
of instructor. Next offered Spring 2003
II. Matters Requiring
Confirmation by Faculty Senate
A. College of Human
Science and Services
1. Department of Physical
Education and Exercise Science
a. New Course:
EXS 524 Obesity: Causes, Consequences
and Care (3)
Overview of the obesity epidemic and
implications for morbidity and mortality. Consideration of energy
balance issues and metabolism. Emphasis on the role of physical
activity in preventing and treating obesity. (Lec. 3) Pre: Graduate
standing or permission of instructor.
B. College of
Environmental and Life Sciences
1. Department of Marine
MAF 582 Estuarine Management &endash;
change title, description and method of instruction to read:
MAF 582 Coastal Ecosystem Governance
This course links human impacts on
coastal environments with existing or proposed governance solutions.
Management regimes for individual sectors, coastal regions, and
land/estuarine ecosystems are introduced and compared.