The following temporary course has been proposed this month:
CMD 503X Interdisciplinary Research in CMD (2)
This course provides research skills in CMD as well as interdisciplinary research skills coordinated with HSC 500X (Interdisciplinary Research in the Health Sciences). Concurrent registration in HSC 500X is required. In addition to interdisciplinary research skills, the CMD lecture/lab provides skills in interpreting communication disorders literature and preparing a research proposal. Pre: Graduate standing in Communicative Disorders and concurrent enrollment in HSC 500X. APPROVED.
EVS 109X (or NRS 109X or EEC 109X Introduction to Sustainable Energy (3)
Provides conceptual framework for understanding issues of energy supply and demand including sustainable options and trade-offs for reducing demand for power and increasing supply while lowering carbon emissions. (Lec. 3)
EVS 500X Environmental Science & Management Seminar (1)
Presentation of proposed, ongoing and completed major projects by MESM graduate students. Discussion among graduate students, faculty, and other mentors on project design, methods, analysis, and presentation. Pre: Enrollment in MESM graduate program.
KIN 540X Interdisciplinary Research Methods in Kinesiology (2)
This lecture/lab course provides kinesiology research skills such as interpreting literature, preparing a research proposal, and interdisciplinary research skills coordinated with HSC 500X. Pre: Graduate standing in Kinesiology and concurrent registration in HSC 500X. APPROVED.
LET 150X Experiential Learning in Disability Studies (1)
Provides opportunity for students to spend 25-30 hours outside the classroom in an experiential setting in a disability organization and to keep a reflective journal about their experience. Must be taken concurrently with LET 151 topic Social, Political and Ethical issues in Disability. APPROVED.
Faculty members who wish to register comments have seven days to contact Norbert Mundorf, Chairperson, Curricular Affairs Committee (X4-4725).
The Temporary Course Newsletter is distributed on the last weekday of each month, as required, throughout the calendar year. Proposed temporary courses received by the 25th of the month will be printed in that month's edition of the Temporary Course Newsletter.
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