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1 Wright State University of Graduate Programs Quarters to Semesters For Further Information Contact of Wright State University Oelman Hall 0 Colonel Glenn Highway Dayton, Ohio Phone: FAX:

2 Table of Contents of Science and Math Program Conversions: Quarters to Semesters Front Matter (Cover Page and Table of Contents)....- Anatomy Certificate, CERT... Anatomy (Thesis Option), MS... Anatomy (Non-Thesis Option), MS... Applied Math, MS...7 Applied Statistics, MS...8 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, MS... Biological Sciences Option (Thesis), MS...0 Biological Sciences Option (Non-Thesis), MS... Biomedical Sciences Integrative Biology and Toxicology Track, PhD... Biomedical Sciences Molecular Genetics and Cell Biology Track, PhD... Biomedical Sciences Neuroscience and Physiology Track, PhD... Biomedical Sciences Structural and Quantitative Biology Track, PhD... Chemistry, MS... Earth and Environmental Sciences, MS...7 Earth Science, MST...8 Environmental Sciences, PhD... Human Factors and Industrial Organization Psychology, MS...0

3 Human Factors and Industrial Organization Psychology, PhD... Mathematics, MS... Microbiology and Immunology Non Research Option, MS...7 Microbiology and Immunology Research Option, MS...8 Physics, MST... Physics, Physics in Medicine, MS...0 Physiology and Neuroscience, MS...

4 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology Certificate in Anatomy I. Required Courses Quarter System Program I. Required Courses Semester System Program ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology 8 ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology OR OR ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Neurobiology ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology 8 7 ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Neurobiology ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology OR OR ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Human Neurolobiology ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology 7 ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Human Neurolobiology ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology II. Electives II. Electives III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total 0 Total For the Certificate Program, students must successfully complete three of the four core anatomy graduate courses. Consequently, there are three combinations of courses that will full fill the requirements for the Certificate in Anatomy. Page of

5 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology M.S. in Anatomy Course Option I. Required Courses Quarter System Program I. Required Courses Semester System Program ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Neurobiology ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar I ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar II ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar III ANT 700 Topics of Instruction ANT 70 Anatomical Techniques ANT 8 Comprehensive Anatomy ANT 8 Scholarly Project 8 7 ANT 70 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 70 Advanced Human Embryology ANT 70 Human Microanatomy ANT 70 Human Neurobiology ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar I ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar II ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar III ANT 7000 Topics of Instruction ANT 700 Anatomical Techniques ANT 80 Comprehensive Anatomy ANT 800 Scholarly Project II. Electives II. Electives 800-level Seminar inside or outside of the of NCBP. 00-level or above course related to program of study. Approval of Program Director is required for electives taken outside the of NCBP level Seminar inside or outside of the of NCBP. 000-level or above course related to program of study. Approval of Program Director is required for electives taken outside the of NCBP. III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total 0 Total Page of

6 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology M.S. in Anatomy Thesis Option I. Required Courses Quarter System Program I. Required Courses Semester System Program ANT 7 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 7 Advanced Human Embryology ANT 7 Human Microanatomy ANT 7 Human Neurobiology ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar I ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar II ANT 800 Anatomy Seminar III ANT 8 Research 8 7 ANT 70 Human Gross Anatomy ANT 70 Advanced Human Embryology ANT 70 Human Microanatomy ANT 70 Human Neurobiology ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar I ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar II ANT 8000 Anatomy Seminar III ANT 80 Research 8 II. Electives II. 800-level Seminar inside or outside of the of NCBP level Seminar inside or outside of the of NCBP. III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total Total 0 Page of

7 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Mathematics and Statistics MS in Applied Mathematics Quarter System Semester System I. al Requirements I. al Requirements MTH 00, MTH 80, MTH 80, MTH 70 II. al Electives Students must complete hours of advisor-approved graduate-level MTH and STT courses. Students must complete one full-year sequence of level MTH courses. II. al Electives Two courses chosen from: MTH 070, MTH 70, MTH 70, MTH 7770, STT 700, CS 70 Additional MTH and STT electives from a list of approved courses Students must complete one full-year sequence of 7000-level MTH courses III. General Electives III. General Electives Total Total 0 With the permission of an advisor, students may use courses outside the of Mathematics and Statistics as electives, or complete a mathematical modeling project (- credits). Students completing a project must give an oral presentation describing project results, and, pass one two hour comprehensive exam over a 7000-level sequence. Students not completing a project must pass one two hour comprehensive exam over a 7000-level sequence and two 0 minute exams over additional coursework. Page 7 of

8 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Quarter System I. al Requirements STT, STT, STT, STT 7, STT, STT 7, STT 7 Mathematics and Statistics MS in Applied Statistics Semester System 7 I. al Requirements STT 0, STT 0, STT 0, STT 70, STT 70 8 II. al Electives 8 II. al Electives 8 hours selected from the following: STT 0, STT, STT, STT, STT, MTH 0, MTH 07, MTH, MTH, MTH CS 70 STT 70, STT 7, STT 7, STT 70, STT 7, STT 7, STT 7, STT 77 hours selected from the following: STT 0, STT 0, STT 0, STT 0, STT 0, STT 700, STT 70, STT 700, STT 70, STT 70, STT 770 III. General Electives III. General Electives Total Total 0 Page 8 of

9 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Science and Math Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Master of Science Quarter System Program Core BMB 70 Molecular Biochemistry I BMB 7 Molecular Biochemistry II BMB 70 Research Perspectives BMB 70 Research Ethics Semester System Program Core BMB 700 Molecular Biochemistry I BMB 70 Molecular Biochemistry II BMB 700 Research Perspectives BMB 700 Research Ethics. Advanced Courses Graduate Seminars in Biochemistry (BMB 800) or other depts. Two additional 700 level courses 8 Advanced Courses Graduate Seminars in Biochemistry (BMB 8000) or other depts. Two additional 7000 level courses BMB 8 Biochemistry Research (or BMB Special Problems in Biochemistry). Hands-on thesis research Research thesis 8 BMB 80 Biochemistry Research (or BMB 0 Special Problems in Biochemistry). Hands-on thesis research Research thesis Total Total. Page of

10 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Biological Sciences M.S. in Biological Sciences, Option (Thesis Option) Quarter System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Semester System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Program of Study completed preferable by the end of the second quarter. Minimum of credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. Program of Study completed by the end of the first semester. Minimum of 0 credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. II. Degree Program Policies II. Degree Program Policies & Requirements One course in scientific writing: BIO08, ENG, 00, or 0 Minimum of 0 credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in life science related fields. Be registered in the quarter of thesis defense exam. One course in scientific writing: BIO08, ENG0, ENG000, or ENG00 Minimum of 0 credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in life science related fields. Be registered in the semester of thesis defense exam. III. Degree Program Requirements III. Degree Program Requirements graduate seminar, BIO800. seminar can be outside the department Thesis proposal approved by the end of rd quarter and filed with graduate advisor. BIO8, graduate research, and/or coursework 8 graduate seminars (BIO8000), two must have a BIO prefix. Thesis proposal approved by committee by end of nd semester and filed with graduate advisor. Introduction to Research, Designing Biological Experiments, or equivalent () Total Total 0 Seminars are credit courses and may be 7 or weeks (instructor decision) Page 0 of

11 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Biological Sciences M.S. in Biological Sciences, Option (Coursework Option) Quarter System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Semester System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Program of Study completed preferable by the end of the second quarter. Minimum of credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. Program of Study completed by the end of the first semester. Minimum of 0 credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. II. Degree Program Policies II. Degree Program Policies & Requirements One course in scientific writing: BIO08, ENG, 00, or 0 Minimum of 0 credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in life science related fields. Be registered in the quarter of oral exam. One course in scientific writing: BIO08,0 ENG0, ENG000, or ENG00 Minimum of 0 credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in life science related fields. Be registered in the semester of thesis defense exam. III. Degree Program Requirements III. Degree Program Requirements graduate seminar, of the must be in the department, (BIO800) BIO, Special Problems in Biology. Copy of written report must be filed with graduate advisor. BIO7, Literature Critique Coursework (Life Science based) to to to graduate seminars (BIO8000), two must have a BIO prefix. BIO, Special Problems in Biology. Copy of written report must be filed with graduate advisor. BIO7, Literature Critique Coursework (Life Science Based) Introduction to Research, Designing Biological Experiments, or equivalent () Total Total 0 Seminars are credit courses and may be 7 or weeks (instructor decision) Page of

12 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Biomedical Sciences PhD Program, Integrative Biology & Toxicology Track Quarter System I. Core Requirements BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 778 Cell Biology BMS 8 Human Physiology BMS Introduction to Research BMS 0 BMS Seminar (research) BMS 0 BMS Seminar (core) BMS Research Ethics BMS Laboratory Rotation I BMS 7 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 7 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 80 Intercellular Communication BMS Biostatistics - - Semester System I. Core Requirements BMS 700 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 7780 Cell Biology BMS 80 Human Physiology BMS 0 Introduction to Research BMS 00 BMS Seminar (Research) BMS 00 BMS Seminar (core) BMS 700 Research Ethics BMS 0 Laboratory Rotation I BMS 70 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 70 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 800 Intercellular Communication BMS 0 Biostatistics Total -7 Total 7- II. Electives Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research 8 II. Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research Advanced seminars from an approved list Advanced seminars from an approved list III. Research BMS Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) III. Research BMS 0 Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS 0 Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) Total 0 Total 00 Page of

13 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Biomedical Sciences PhD Program, Molecular Genetics & Cell Biology Track Quarter System I. Core Requirements BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 778 Cell Biology BMS 8 Human Physiology BMS Introduction to Research BMS 0 BMS Seminar (research) BMS 0 BMS Seminar (core) BMS Research Ethics BMS Laboratory Rotation I BMS 7 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 7 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 7 Molecular Biochemistry II BMS 70 Molecular Biology of the Nucleus - - Semester System I. Core Requirements BMS 700 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 7780 Cell Biology BMS 80 Human Physiology BMS 0 Introduction to Research BMS 00 BMS Seminar (Research) BMS 00 BMS Seminar (core) BMS 700 Research Ethics BMS 0 Laboratory Rotation I BMS 70 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 70 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry II BMS 700 Molecular Biology of the Nucleus Total -7 Total 7- II. Electives Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research 8 II. Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research Advanced seminars from an approved list Advanced seminars from an approved list III. Research BMS Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) III. Research BMS 0 Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS 0 Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) Total 0 Total 00 Page of

14 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Biomedical Sciences PhD Program, Neuroscience & Physiology Track Quarter System I. Core Requirements BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 778 Cell Biology BMS 8 Human Physiology BMS Introduction to Research BMS 0 BMS Seminar (research) BMS 0 BMS Seminar (core) BMS Research Ethics BMS Laboratory Rotation I BMS 7 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 7 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 80 Intercellular Communication BMS 87 Neurosciences and Physiology - - Semester System I. Core Requirements BMS 700 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 7780 Cell Biology BMS 80 Human Physiology BMS 0 Introduction to Research BMS 00 BMS Seminar (Research) BMS 00 BMS Seminar (core) BMS 700 Research Ethics BMS 0 Laboratory Rotation I BMS 70 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 70 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 800 Intercellular Communication BMS 870 Neurosciences and Physiology Total -7 Total 7- II. Electives Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research 8 II. Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research Advanced seminars from an approved list Advanced seminars from an approved list III. Research BMS Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) III. Research BMS 0 Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS 0 Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) Total 0 Total 00 Page of

15 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Biomedical Sciences PhD Program, Structural & Quantitative Biology Track Quarter System I. Core Requirements BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 778 Cell Biology BMS 8 Human Physiology BMS Introduction to Research BMS 0 BMS Seminar (research) BMS 0 BMS Seminar (core) BMS Research Ethics BMS Laboratory Rotation I BMS 7 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 7 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 7 Molecular Biochemistry II CS 0 Computational Tools and Techniques for Data Analysis - - Semester System I. Core Requirements BMS 700 Molecular Biochemistry I BMS 7780 Cell Biology BMS 80 Human Physiology BMS 0 Introduction to Research BMS 00 BMS Seminar (Research) BMS 00 BMS Seminar (core) BMS 700 Research Ethics BMS 0 Laboratory Rotation I BMS 70 Laboratory Rotation II BMS 70 Advanced Statistical Methods BMS 70 Molecular Biochemistry II CS 0 Computational Tools and Techniques for Data Analysis Total -7 Total 7- II. Electives Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research 8 II. Graduate courses that are from an approved list and relevant to candidate s thesis research Advanced seminars from an approved list Advanced seminars from an approved list III. Research BMS Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) III. Research BMS 0 Non-Dissertation Research (taken before passing preliminary examination) BMS 0 Dissertation Research (taken after passing preliminary examination) Total 0 Total 00 Page of

16 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Chemistry M.S. in Chemistry Quarter System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Semester System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Program of Study completed preferable by the end of the second quarter. Minimum of credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. Program of Study completed by the end of the first semester. Minimum of 0 credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. II. Degree Program Policies II. Degree Program Policies & Requirements Minimum of 0 credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in Chemistry courses, with a minimum of one course in each of the five chemistry disciplines: o Analytical o Inorganic o Organic o Physical o Applied III. Degree Program Requirements 0 Minimum of credit hours must be at the 00 to 800 level in Chemistry courses, with a minimum of one credit hour course in each of the four chemistry disciplines: o Analytical o Inorganic o Organic o Physical. A minimum of one semester of CHM 00, Critical Literature Analysis A minimum of one semester of CHM 8000, Seminar CHM 80, Thesis Defense. III. Degree Program Requirements CHM8, graduate research CHM 880, Thesis Research Presentation of a departmental seminar based on literature research Total Total 0 Page of

17 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Earth & Environmental Sciences M.S. in Earth & Environmental Sciences (Thesis Option) Quarter System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Semester System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Program of Study completed preferably by the end of the second quarter. Minimum of credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. Program of Study completed by the end of the first semester. Minimum of 0 credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. II. Degree Program Policies Thesis proposal approved by committee by end of third quarter and filed with graduate advisor. Must be registered in the quarter of thesis defense. Nine credit hours of GL 8 Thesis evaluated for letter grade; any additional hours evaluated as P/U III. Degree Program Requirements II. Degree Program Policies Thesis proposal approved by committee by end of second semester and filed with graduate advisor. Must be registered in the semester of thesis defense. Six credit hours of EES 80 Thesis evaluated for letter grade; any additional hours evaluated as P/U III. Degree Program Requirements GL 8 Colloquium (0. cr) first Fall quarter, two Winter quarters and two Spring quarters Minimum of credit hours of GL 8 Thesis Minimum of. credit hours of additional graduate courses approved by thesis advisory committee on the Program of Study.. EES 80 EES Colloquium (0. cr) first Fall semester and two Spring semesters Minimum of credit hours of EES 80 Thesis Minimum of. credit hours of additional graduate courses approved by thesis advisory committee on the Program of Study.. Total Total 0 Page 7 of

18 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Earth & Environmental Sciences Master of Science Teaching (Earth Science) Quarter System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Semester System Program I. Graduate School Requirements Program of Study completed preferably by the end of the second quarter. Minimum of credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. Program of Study completed by the end of the first semester. Minimum of 0 credit hours completed. Minimum of credit hours must be taken at WSU. Maintain a minimum grade point average of.0. No more than credit hours of C may apply towards degree. II. Degree Program Policies II. Degree Program Policies Maximum of credit hours of CEHS courses Submission of an approved Project Report Satisfactory performance in an oral presentation of the project. Maximum of 0 credit hours of CEHS courses Submission of an approved Project Report Satisfactory performance in an oral presentation of the project. III. Degree Program Requirements III. Degree Program Requirements ED 770 MST Project Development EDL 77 Curriculum Development for School Leaders EDT 8 Instructional Design & Development credit hours of approved GL field courses; choose from among four sections of GL ED 700 MST Project Development credit hours of approved EES field courses; choose from among EES 70 ( cr), EES 0 ( cr), EES 00 ( cr), EES 0 ( cr) EES 780 MST Project Additional graduate hours in CEHS ( maximum) or EES approved by the advisory committee on the Program of Study GL 78 MST Project Additional graduate hours in CEHS ( maximum) or EES approved by the advisory committee on the Program of Study Total Total 0 0 Page 8 of

19 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Environmental Sciences PhD Program Quarter System Semester System I. Core Requirements I. Core Requirements Required: Required: ES 7 Environmental Statistics *Prerequisite for ES 7: Intro. Env. Statistics (ES 70 ) ES 7 Complexity in Environmental Systems ES 7 Risk Assess and Communication ES 707 Lab Rotation I and II ES 70 Perspectives in Environmental Sciences Seminars ( qtrs- cr/qr) ES 7 Environmental Biology: Genes, Organisms, and Ecosystems ES 78 Environmental Chemistry ES 70 Earth Processes and Environmental Systems ES 80 Environmental and Research Ethics ES 8 Environmental Problem Solving 8 ES 70 Statistical Modeling for Environmental Data *Prerequisite for ES 70: Intro. Env. Statistics (STT 70) ES 700 Perspectives in Environmental Sciences Seminars ( semesters required) Choice of two of the following: ES 70 Complexity in Environmental Systems ES 70 Environmental Biology: Genes, Organisms, and Ecosystems ES 780 Environmental Chemistry ES 700 Biogeochemical Cycles Choice of one of the following: ES 70 Environ. Resource Sustainability ES 70 Environ. Policy & Regulation ES 80 Environ. Management & Economics ES 70 Historical & Social Aspects of Environmentalism TOTAL 8 or TOTAL or II. al Electives II. al Electives credits of graduate electives required 0 credits of approved graduate electives required 0 III. Research III. Research ES 8 Dissertation Research ES 8 Dissertation Research Total Total 0 Page of

20 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Quarter System Program I. Core courses courses ( hours each), from each of different categories II. Major Focus courses courses ( hours each) III. Minor Focus courses course ( hours) of Science and Math Psychology MS in Human Factors and Industrial/Organization Psychology Semester System Program 8 I. Core courses courses ( hours each), chosen from courses 8 II. Focus courses HF and I/O course (minimum hours each) additional focus course (HF or I/O) IV. Quantitative Methods courses ( hours each) III. Quantitative Methods courses ( hours each) 8 V. Thesis Research Complete an acceptable research-based thesis, including written proposal and thesis and oral defense of both VI. Electives Additional courses to reach minimum credit hour requirements 8 IV. Thesis Research Complete an acceptable research-based thesis, including written proposal and thesis and oral defense of both V. Electives Additional courses (any category) to reach minimum credit hour requirements Total Total 7 The notion of major and minor courses has been replaced with a single category of focus courses, providing a more flexible program that reflects current trends in the applied areas of HF and I/O psychology. 8 Page 0 of

21 COURSE CATEGORIES Core Courses Note: Ph.D. students must take three courses, Master's students must take two courses. PSY 700 PSY 700 PSY 700 PSY 700 Personality Structure and Function Group Processes and Social Behavior Cognition Perception Focus Courses Human Factors A. Perception PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 B. Cognition PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 870 PSY 880 PSY 80 Application of Visual Science Cortical Visual Processes Fundamentals of Motion Perception Psychoacoustics Binaural Hearing Cognition & Reality: Paradigms in Experimental Psychology Spatial Knowledge Psychlinguistics Reasoning and Problem Solving Attention and Human Performance Decision Making Cross Cultural Cognition Stress, Cognition & Health Learning with Disabilities C. Human-Work Systems PSY 80 Cognitive Systems Engineering PSY 80 Human Computer Interface PSY 80 Display Design PSY 80 Engineering Psychology PSY 80 Aviation Psychology PSY 80 Disabilities and the Internet PSY 870 Health Care Systems D. Methods PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 Applied Methods Mental Workload Measurement Physical Ergonomics Task Analysis/Work Analysis Industrial/Organizational PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 Personnel Selection Behavior in Organizations Psychometrics Research Methods in I/O Page of

22 PSY 870 Psychology of Leadership PSY 870 Work Motivation PSY 870 Training PSY 870 Teams PSY 870 Attitudes PSY 870 Job Performance PSY 8770 Organizational Development PSY 8780 Organizational Theory PSY 870 Legal Issues Quantitative Methods PSY 700 PSY 700 Research Design and Quantitative Methods: I Research Design and Quantitative Methods: II Advanced Quantitative Methods PSY 00 Signal Detection Theory in Psychology PSY 00 Manual Control and Psychomotor Skills PSY 00 Cognitive Systems Engineering PSY 00 Neural Networks PSY 00 Quasi-Experimentation PSY 00 Multivariate Methods in Psychology PSY 070 Multi-Level Modeling PSY 080 Item Response Theory PSY 00 Meta-analysis History and Systems in Psychology PSY 00 History and Systems in Psychology Electives PSY 8000 PSY 800 PSY 800 PSY 80 PSY 700 PSY 00 PSY 70 PSY 0 Seminar in Human Factors Topics in Human Factors Seminar in I/O Topics in I/O Independent Research (Master s students) Independent Research (PhD students) Internship (Master s students) Internship (PhD students) Qualifying Exam Preparation PSY 800 Qualifying exam preparation (maximum 8 cr. hrs) Thesis and Dissertation PSY 70 PSY 0 Thesis Research Dissertation Research (Ph.D. Students Only) Page of

23 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Quarter System Program I. Core courses courses, each from a different category II. Major courses courses ( hours each) III. Minor courses courses ( hours each) of Science and Math Psychology PhD in Human Factors and Industrial/Organization Psychology Semester System Program I. Core courses courses, chosen from courses II. Focus courses courses (a minimum 8 hours) each of HF and I/O focus courses Additional focus courses (any combination of HF or I/O) to reach minimum hours IV. Quantitative Methods courses ( hours each) III. Quantitative Methods courses ( hours each) 8 V. Thesis Research Complete an acceptable research-based master s thesis, including written proposal and thesis and oral defense of both VI. Advanced Quantitative Methods course ( hours) VII. History course ( hours) 8 IV. Thesis Research Complete an acceptable research-based master s thesis, including written proposal and thesis and oral defense of both V. Advanced Quantitative Methods course (minimum hours) VI. History course ( hours) VIII. Electives Additional courses to reach minimum credit hour requirements IX. Qualifying Exam Pass a written and oral qualifying exam X. Dissertation Research Complete and successfully defend the dissertation in an oral exam VII. Electives Additional courses (any category) to reach minimum credit hour requirements 0 VIII. Qualifying Exam Preparation Pass a written and oral qualifying exam IX. Dissertation Research Complete and successfully defend the dissertation in an oral exam Total Total The notion of major and minor courses has been replaced with a single category of focus courses, providing a more flexible program that reflects current trends in the applied areas of HF and I/O psychology. 8 Page of

24 COURSE CATEGORIES Core Courses Note: Ph.D. students must take three courses, Master's students must take two courses. PSY 700 PSY 700 PSY 700 PSY 700 Personality Structure and Function Group Processes and Social Behavior Cognition Perception Focus Courses Human Factors A. Perception PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 B. Cognition PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 870 PSY 880 PSY 80 Application of Visual Science Cortical Visual Processes Fundamentals of Motion Perception Psychoacoustics Binaural Hearing Cognition & Reality: Paradigms in Experimental Psychology Spatial Knowledge Psychlinguistics Reasoning and Problem Solving Attention and Human Performance Decision Making Cross Cultural Cognition Stress, Cognition & Health Learning with Disabilities C. Human-Work Systems PSY 80 Cognitive Systems Engineering PSY 80 Human Computer Interface PSY 80 Display Design PSY 80 Engineering Psychology PSY 80 Aviation Psychology PSY 80 Disabilities and the Internet PSY 870 Health Care Systems D. Methods PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 Applied Methods Mental Workload Measurement Physical Ergonomics Task Analysis/Work Analysis Industrial/Organizational PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 PSY 80 Personnel Selection Behavior in Organizations Psychometrics Research Methods in I/O Page of

25 PSY 870 Psychology of Leadership PSY 870 Work Motivation PSY 870 Training PSY 870 Teams PSY 870 Attitudes PSY 870 Job Performance PSY 8770 Organizational Development PSY 8780 Organizational Theory PSY 870 Legal Issues Quantitative Methods PSY 700 PSY 700 Research Design and Quantitative Methods: I Research Design and Quantitative Methods: II Advanced Quantitative Methods PSY 00 Signal Detection Theory in Psychology PSY 00 Manual Control and Psychomotor Skills PSY 00 Cognitive Systems Engineering PSY 00 Neural Networks PSY 00 Quasi-Experimentation PSY 00 Multivariate Methods in Psychology PSY 070 Multi-Level Modeling PSY 080 Item Response Theory PSY 00 Meta-analysis History and Systems in Psychology PSY 00 History and Systems in Psychology Electives PSY 8000 PSY 800 PSY 800 PSY 80 PSY 700 PSY 00 PSY 70 PSY 0 Seminar in Human Factors Topics in Human Factors Seminar in I/O Topics in I/O Independent Research (Master s students) Independent Research (PhD students) Internship (Master s students) Internship (PhD students) Qualifying Exam Preparation PSY 800 Qualifying exam preparation (maximum 8 cr. hrs) Thesis and Dissertation PSY 70 PSY 0 Thesis Research Dissertation Research (Ph.D. Students Only) Page of

26 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion Degree, Major Program Minor Program Certificate Program Mathematics and Statistics MS in Mathematics Quarter System Semester System I. al Requirements I. al Requirements III. al Electives Students must complete hours of advisor-approved graduate-level MTH and STT courses. At least hours must be at the 7000-level. Students must complete one full-year sequence of level MTH courses. III. al Electives Students must complete 0 hours of advisor-approved graduate-level MTH and STT courses. At least hours must be at the 7000-level. Students must complete one full-year sequence of 7000-level MTH courses. 0 V. General Electives V. General Electives Total Total 0 The writing of a thesis is optional. Students who elect a thesis may count it for not more than hours of credit. The thesis must be approved by the student s advisor and must be prepared to conform to the standards established by the School of Graduate Studies. A thesis defense will be required. Students completing a thesis must pass two 0 minute comprehensive examinations over selected coursework. Students not completing a thesis must pass three 0 minute comprehensive examinations over selected coursework. Page of

27 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program / Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Microbiology and Immunology M.S. in Microbiology and Immunology Non-research Option Quarter System Program I. Required Courses BMB 70 BMB7 Two courses with an M&I prefix Four Seminar Courses Semester System Program I. Required Courses BMB 700 Bmb 70 M&I 70 Two Seminars in M&I ( credit hours each) II. Additional graduate courses in M&I and other life sciences departments. 0 - II. Electives Additional graduate course(s) in M&I and other life sciences departments excluding M&I 0 and/or 80 Other classes in M&I and other life sciences; these classes may include M&I 0 and 80 0 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total Total 0 Page 7 of

28 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program / Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Microbiology and Immunology M.S. in Microbiology and Immunology Research Option Quarter System Program I. Required Courses BMB 70 BMB 7 Two courses with an M&I prefix Four Seminar Courses Semester System Program I. Required Courses BMB 700 BMB 70 M&I 70 Two Seminars with an M&I prefix II. Electives Additional graduate courses in M&I and other life sciences departments - II. Electives Additional graduate course(s) in M&I and other life sciences departments excluding M&I 0 and/or 80 Additional courses including M&I 0 and/or 80 III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total Total 0 Page 8 of

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31 Academic Program Quarter to Semester Conversion and New Semester Program Degree (A.A. B.S., B.F.A., etc.) & Title Concentration, Track, Option, Specialization Minor Program Title Certificate Program Title Neuroscience, Cell Biology and Physiology M.S. in Physiology and Neuroscience I. Required Courses Quarter System Program I. Required Courses Semester System Program P&B Introductory Neurophysiology BMB 70 Molecular Biochemistry ANT 80 Principles of Biomedical Research P&B 800 Physiology Seminar I P&B 800 Physiology Seminar II P&B 800 Physiology Seminar III P&B 0 Human Physiology P&B Lab Rotation P&B 77 Intercellular Communication P&B 8 Physiology Research P&B 0 Introductory Neurophysiology BMB 700 Molecular Biochemistry ANT 800 Principles of Biomedical Research P&B 8000 Physiology Seminar I P&B 8000 Physiology Seminar II P&B 8000 Physiology Seminar III P&B 00 Human Physiology P&B 0 Lab Rotation P&B 770 Intercellular Communication P&B 80 Physiology Research 8 II. Electives II. Electives 800-level Seminar inside or outside the of NCBP. 00-level or above course related to program of study. Approval of Program Director is required for electives taken outside the of NCBP level Seminar inside or outside the of NCBP. 000-level or above course related to program of study. Approval of Program Director is required for electives taken outside the of NCBP. III. III. IV. IV. V. V Total Total Page of

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