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 Arizona State University Academic Catalog Archive 2010-2011 This document provides an archival record of the academic programs offered during the 20102011 academic year. It is a printable option of the online catalog for accreditation organizations, agencies and university offices for data collection, evaluation purposes and referencing. Academic advisors, faculty and students should refer to the online version of the academic catalog. To navigate this document version of the Academic Catalog 2010-11, refer to the Table of Contents and the bookmarks provided. Most undergraduate degrees have a corresponding major map that includes the critical requirements, order of courses and grade requirements for that degree. The major maps are provided in the final sections of this document. Corrections or additions to the Academic Catalog Archive 2010-11 program information and major maps, as of July 31, 2010, may be provided in a future addendum. For inquiries or questions please contact [email protected] Table of Contents Accreditations ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 24 ASU Accreditation Status Letter (2003) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 26 Accreditation programs and agencies ................................................................................................................................................................................. 28 Academic Calendar .............................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 30 Fall 2010............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................ 30 Winter 2010 ..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 32 Spring 2011...................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 33 Summer 2011 .................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 34 University Policies ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Undergraduate Policies and Procedures .................................................................................................................................................................................. 36 Admission Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 36 Attendance ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 53 Arizona General Education Curriculum (AGEC) ............................................................................................................................................................... 53 Course Load and Concurrent Enrollment ........................................................................................................................................................................... 54 Credit by Examination .............................................................................................................................................................................................................. 55 Placement and Testing Requirements ................................................................................................................................................................................. 63 Retention and Academic Standards .................................................................................................................................................................................... 64 Academic Integrity .................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 66 University Policy for Student Appeal Procedures on Grades ........................................................................................................................................ 75 University Undergraduate General Studies Requirements ............................................................................................................................................. 75 University Undergraduate Graduation Requirements ...................................................................................................................................................... 79 Graduate Policies and Procedures ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 86 Introduction ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 88 Admission.................................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 88 Registration and Enrollment ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 92 Graduate Degree Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 94 Maintaining Academic Progress Toward Degree Completion ...................................................................................................................................... 97 Thesis and Dissertation Considerations.............................................................................................................................................................................. 98 Completing the Degree ........................................................................................................................................................................................................... 99 Master’s Degree Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 101 Doctoral Degree Requirements ........................................................................................................................................................................................... 103 Other Graduate Educational Opportunities ..................................................................................................................................................................... 106 Withdrawals from Graduate Degree Programs or the University ............................................................................................................................... 108 Graduate Student Appeals ................................................................................................................................................................................................... 109 College Policies ................................................................................................................................................................................................................................. 111 Business, W. P. Carey School of........................................................................................................................................................................................ 111 Design and the Arts, Herberger Institute for .................................................................................................................................................................... 113 Engineering, Ira A. Fulton Schools of ................................................................................................................................................................................. 116 Honors - Barrett, The Honors College .............................................................................................................................................................................. 123 Academic Catalog Archive 2010-2011 1 Journalism and Mass Communication, Walter Cronkite School of ............................................................................................................................ 125 Law, Sandra Day O’Connor College of............................................................................................................................................................................. 126 Letters and Sciences, School of ......................................................................................................................................................................................... 127 Liberal Arts and Sciences, College of ............................................................................................................................................................................... 129 New College of Interdisciplinary Arts and Sciences ...................................................................................................................................................... 136 Nursing and Health Innovation, College of ....................................................................................................................................................................... 137 Public Programs, College of ................................................................................................................................................................................................ 142 Sustainability, School of ........................................................................................................................................................................................................ 143 Teachers College, Mary Lou Fulton .................................................................................................................................................................................... 145 Technology and Innovation, College of ............................................................................................................................................................................. 149 University College ................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 150 Academic Programs .......................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152 Concurrent and Dual Degrees ....................................................................................................................................................................................................... 152 Accelerated Bachelor’s and Master’s Programs ....................................................................................................................................................................... 154 Graduate Programs ........................................................................................................................................................................................................................... 156 Graduate Degrees and Certificates (Program Descriptions and Requirements) ........................................................................................................ 156 Business, W. P. Carey School of ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 156 Accountancy, MAcc (BAACCMACC) ............................................................................................................................................................................... 156 Agribusiness, MS (AGAGRIBMS) ...................................................................................................................................................................................... 156 Business Administration (Accountancy), PHD (BAACCTPHD) ................................................................................................................................. 157 Business Administration (Agribusiness), PHD (BAAGRIPHD) ................................................................................................................................... 159 Business Administration (Computer and Information Systems), PHD (BAINFSYPHD) ....................................................................................... 160 Business Administration (Finance), PHD (BAFINANPHD) .......................................................................................................................................... 161 Business Adminstration (Management), PHD (BAMGMTPHD) ................................................................................................................................. 162 Business Administration (Marketing), PHD (BAMARKPHD) ....................................................................................................................................... 164 Business Administration (Supply Chain Management), PHD (BASCMPHD) ......................................................................................................... 165 Commerce, MS (BACMRMS) ............................................................................................................................................................................................. 166 Economics, PHD (BAECONPHD) ..................................................................................................................................................................................... 167 Health Sector Management, MHSM (BADAYMHSM) .................................................................................................................................................. 168 Health Sector Management, MHSM (BADAYMHSM) .................................................................................................................................................. 169 Information Management, MS (BAINFOMS).................................................................................................................................................................... 170 Real Estate Development, MREDev (ARREMREDEV) .................................................................................................................................................. 170 Supply Chain Management (certificate), CERT (BASCMCERT) ............................................................................................................................... 171 Taxation, MTax (BATAMTAX) ............................................................................................................................................................................................... 172 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BACORPMBA) ........................................................................................................................................................................ 172 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BAEVEAMBA).......................................................................................................................................................................... 173 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BAEVENMBA) ......................................................................................................................................................................... 174 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BAEXECMBA) ......................................................................................................................................................................... 175 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BAFULLMBA)........................................................................................................................................................................... 176 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BAONLINMBA) ....................................................................................................................................................................... 177 Academic Catalog Archive 2010-2011 2 W. P. Carey MBA, MBA (BASHANGMBA) ..................................................................................................................................................................... 178 Design and the Arts, Herberger Institute for.......................................................................................................................................................................... 179 Architecture, MArch (ARARCMARCH) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 179 Art (Art Education), MA (FAARTEDMA) ............................................................................................................................................................................ 181 Art (Ceramics), MFA (FACERAMMFA) ............................................................................................................................................................................. 182 Art (Digital Technology), MFA (FADIGITMFA)................................................................................................................................................................. 183 Art (Drawing), MFA (FADRAWMFA) ................................................................................................................................................................................. 184 Art (Fibers), MFA (FAFIBERMFA) ....................................................................................................................................................................................... 185 Art (Intermedia), MFA (FAMEDIAMFA) .................................................................................
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