Bio 6380 history and philosophy of biological

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BIO 6380 History and Philosophy of Biological Research The development of the Biological Sciences is addressed broadly in the context of the history of mankind. The changing roles of the Judeo-Christian cultures have had in the advancement of biotechnology are included in the course discussion. BIO 6190 Directed Study This course is designed for students to engage in a systematic examination of topics that are not offered elsewhere across the University. Under directed study, the student and qualified instructor work collaboratively. EH 6313 Shakespeare Survey A study of major plays including histories, tragedies, and comedies, as well as the sonnets. EH 6301 Advanced Composition Emphasizes clear, consistent, logical writing with emphasis on topics appropriate for students in graduate and professional programs. EH 6345 Young Adult Literature A study of literature appropriate for the adolescent reader. The course includes an overview of the history of young adult literature; an analysis of individual titles and characteristics; reading patterns and major concerns of adolescents; and the methods for teaching reading and writing as they relate to literature in the secondary school. EH 6351 Studies in the English Language An introduction to the study of the English language, including the history of English. Emphasis will be placed on how the language works and on ways to describe it. Designed primarily for students interested in English, communications, and foreign languages. EH 6190 Directed Study This course is designed for students to engage in a systematic examination of topics that are not offered elsewhere across the University. Under directed study, the student and qualified instructor work collaboratively. MH 6340 Abstract Algebra Topics for this course include sets, functions, the integers, groups, homomorphisms, rings, and ideals. Additional selected algebraic topics will be included in this course as the graduate component. Prerequisite: graduate standing. MH 6340 is offered fall of even years.
MH 6330 History of Mathematics A course designed to provide students with a study of many famous mathematicians along with the historical development of many key mathematical concepts. MH 6350 Plane Geometry A course designed to provide students with an axiomatic development of plane geometry. MH 6370 Complex Variables This course includes properties of complex numbers, complex functions, analytic and harmonic functions, complex integration, series, residues and conformal mapping. MH 6190 Directed Study This course is designed for students to engage in a systematic examination of topics that are not offered elsewhere across the University. Under directed study, the student and qualified instructor work collaboratively. PE 6329 Methods for Teaching PE to Secondary Students Provides graduate students with an in-depth study of instructional methods, curriculum models, technology, student characteristics, and factors impacting the secondary program.

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