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Microbiology and Molecular Genetics—MMG


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MUS—Music


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MICROBIOLOGY MMG AND MOLECULAR GENETICS

  1. 1. Medicine—MED 615 Gastroenterology Clerkship 627 Rheumatology Clerkship 637 Core Competencies III Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: same as student may earn a maximum of 12 credits student may earn a maximum of 12 credits below. Spring: Flint-Saginaw-GR-Lansing- in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED Kalamazoo-UP. Summer: Flint-Saginaw- 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional GR-Lansing-Kalamazoo-UP. A student may students in College of Human Medicine. students in College of Human Medicine. earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll- Experience with gastrointestinal problems in ambu- Combined ambulatory and hospital consultative ments for this course. Interdepartmental latory and hospital settings. Emphasis on continuity clerkship for diagnostic skills in areas of rheumatic with Human Medicine; Family Practice; Ob- and comprehensive care. diseases. stetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biol- ogy; Pediatrics and Human Development; 616 Allergy Clerkship 628 Advanced Internal Medicine Surgery. Administered by College of Human Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Medicine. R: Open only to graduate- student may earn a maximum of 12 credits student may earn a maximum of 12 credits professional students in College of Human in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED Medicine. 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional Core knowledge and skills from an interdisciplinary students in College of Human Medicine. students in College of Human Medicine. perspective. Ambulatory and hospital based experience to de- Clinical experiences to refine diagnostic and man- velop diagnostic skills in allergy. Review of basic agement skills in general internal medicine. 820 Evidence-Based Medicine therapeutics related to allergic diseases. Spring of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepart- 630 Emergency Medicine Clerkship mental with Epidemiology. Administered by 618 Infectious Diseases Clerkship Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Department of Epidemiology. P:M: (EPI 810 Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A student may earn a maximum of 12 credits or concurrently and STT 421 or concur- student may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED rently) in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional Methodology of clinical epidemiology and health 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional students in College of Human Medicine. services outcomes research. Linkage of epidemiol- students in College of Human Medicine. Clinical diagnosis and treatment of emergencies ogy with daily clinical problems. Clinical problems in infectious and immunologic seen in community emergency departments. diseases. Integrated basic science input is provided in seminars. 632 Occupational Medicine Clerkship Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A 619 Ambulatory Care Clerkship student may earn a maximum of 12 credits Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu- in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED dent may earn a maximum of 15 credits in 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional all enrollments for this course. Interdepart- students in College of Human Medicine. mental with Family Practice; Pediatrics. Health problems of chemical and mineral dust, Administered by Department of Family Prac- radiation, and repetitive trauma. tice. RB: (FMP 602) R: Open only to gradu- ate-professional students in College of Hu- 633 Extended Clinical Experience man Medicine. Fall, Spring, Summer. 6(6-0) Fall: All six(6) Continuous and comprehensive patient care under supervision of appropriate physicians. campuses. Spring: All six(6) campuses. Summer: All six(6) campuses. P:M: (MED MICROBIOLOGY MMG 608) AND MOLECULAR 622 Endocrinology and Metabolism Clerkship Based in community hospitals and ambulatory sites, Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A this is a 4 week clinical experience emphasizing GENETICS student may earn a maximum of 12 credits interviewing skills, history, physical exam, problem in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED solving and therapy. 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional Department of Microbiology students in College of Human Medicine. SA: 635 Core Competencies I and Molecular Genetics MED 620 Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: Flint-GR- College of Natural Science Clinical and/or clinical-research clerkship: endocrine Saginaw-Lansing-Kalamazoo-UP. Spring: diseases, electrolyte abnormalities, endocrine hy- same as above. Summer: save as above. A 101 Preview of Microbiology pertension, or diabetes mellitus. student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in Fall. 1(1-0) R: Open only to freshmen or all enrollments for this course. Interdepart- sophomores. SA: MPH 101 623 Advanced Medicine mental with Human Medicine; Family Prac- Overview of modern microbiology, emphasizing Fall, Spring, Summer. 6 to 12 credits. Fall: tice; Pediatrics and Human Development. impact on society. Lansing-GR-Saginaw-Flint-Kalamazoo-UP. Administered by College of Human Medi- Spring: Lansing-GR-Saginaw-Flint- cine. R: Open only to graduate-professional 103 Frontiers of Microbiology Kalamazoo-UP. Summer: Lansing-GR- students in College of Human Medicine. Spring. 1(2-0) R: Open only to freshmen Saginaw-Flint-Kalamazoo-UP. A student Core knowledge and skills from an interdisciplinary and sophomores. may earn a maximum of 12 credits in all en- perspective. Current microbiology research: significance to mod- rollments for this course. RB: (MED 608) R: ern biological science and impact on society. Open only to graduate-professional students 636 Core Competencies II in the College of Human Medicine. Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(2-0) Fall: same as 111L Cell and Molecular Biology Laboratory Hospital-based clinical experience in diagnosing and below. Spring: Flint-Saginaw-GR-Lansing- Fall, Spring, Summer. 2(1-3) Interdepart- managing acutely ill patients with non-surgical prob- Kalamazoo-UP. Summer: same as above. A mental with Biological Science; Plant Biol- lems. student may earn a maximum of 6 credits in ogy; Zoology. Administered by College of all enrollments for this course. Interdepart- Natural Science. P: (BS111 or concurrently) 626 Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation mental with Human Medicine; Family Prac- Not open to students with credit in LBS Clerkship tice. Administered by College of Human 159H. Fall, Spring, Summer. 2 to 12 credits. A Medicine. R: Open only to graduate- Principles and applications of common techniques student may earn a maximum of 12 credits professional students in College of Human used in cell and molecular biology. in all enrollments for this course. RB: (MED Medicine. 608) R: Open only to graduate-professional Core knowledge and skills from an interdisciplinary 201 Fundamentals of Microbiology students in College of Human Medicine. perspective. Spring. 3(3-0) RB: (CEM 141 or ISP 201 or Developing regimens for physical medicine proce- ISP 207 or ISP 209 or ISP 217) SA: MMG dures, occupational therapy and rehabilitation skills. 105, MMG 205 Microbial structure, function, growth, control, and diversity. Role of microbes in health, industry, and the environment. 180
  2. 2. MMG—Microbiology and Molecular Genetics 206 Allied Health Microbiology Laboratory 426 Biogeochemistry 463 Medical Microbiology Spring. 1(0-2) P: (MMG 105 or MMG 205 or Summer. 3 credits. Given only at W.K. Kel- Fall. 3(3-0) P: (MMG 205 or MMG 301) RB: concurrently) SA: MPH 206 logg Biological Station. Interdepartmental (MT 432 or MMG 451) R: Open only to jun- Fundamentals of microbiological techniques includ- with Crop and Soil Sciences; Geological iors or seniors in the Department of Microbi- ing microscopy, staining, aseptic technique, culture Sciences; Zoology. RB: (BS 110 or LBS 144 ology and Molecular Genetics or Clinical media, identification, control with disinfectants and or LBS 148H or BS 111 or LBS 145 or LBS Laboratory Sciences or Medical Technology antibiotics, and safety in the microbiological labora- 149H) and (CEM 143 or CEM 251) SA: major or LBS Environmental Biol- tory. MPH 426 ogy/Microbiology or Medical Technology or Integration of the principles of ecology, microbiology, Microbiology coordinate major. SA: MPH geochemistry, and environmental chemistry. Socie- 463 301 Introductory Microbiology tal applications of research in aquatic and terrestrial Properties of pathogenic bacteria and viruses and Fall, Spring. 3(3-0) P: (BS 111 or LBS 145 habitats. their mechanisms of pathogenicity. or LBS 149H) and (CEM 251 or concurrently or CEM 351 or concurrently or CEM 143) 431 Microbial Genetics 464 Diagnostic Microbiology Laboratory SA: MPH 301 Fall. 3(3-0) P: (BMB 461 or concurrently) Fall. 2(0-4) P: (MMG 463 or concurrently) R: Fundamentals of microbiology, including microbial RB: (MMG 301 or ZOL 341) SA: MIC 401, Open only to juniors or seniors in the De- structure and function, nutrition and growth, death MPH 401 partment of Microbiology and Molecular Ge- and control. Importance and applications of major Genetics of bacteria, their viruses, plasmids, and netics or Clinical Laboratory Sciences or microbial groups. transposons. Emphasis on genetic principles. Medical Technology major or LBS Environ- mental Biology/Microbiology or Medical 433 Microbial Genomics Technology or Clinical Laboratory Science 302 Introductory Microbiology Laboratory Spring. 3(2-3) P: (MMG 431) RB: (MMG 421 or Microbiology coordinate major. SA: MPH Spring. 1(0-3) P: (MMG 105 or concurrently or BMB 461) and (CSE 101) 464, MIC 464 or MMG 205 or concurrently or MMG 301 or Structure of microbial genomes and implications for Diagnostic procedures for the identification of concurrently) SA: MPH 302 growth and evolution of bacteria and fungi. Com- pathogenic microbes. Methodology of microbiology: microscopy, staining, puter analysis of genome sequence databases. aseptic technique, culture media, quantification, and Applications to gene expression and phylogenetic 490 Special Problems in Microbiology laboratory safety. analysis. Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu- dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all 440 Food Microbiology enrollments for this course. R: Approval of 408 Advanced Microbiology Laboratory (W) Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Food department. SA: MPH 490 Fall. 3(1-6) P: (MMG 302 and MMG 431 or Science. Administered by Department of Library research or tutorial instruction in advanced concurrently) and completion of Tier I writing Food Science and Human Nutrition. P: laboratory techniques. requirement. R: Open only to students in the (MMG 205 or MMG 301) and completion of Department of Microbiology and Molecular Tier I writing requirement. R: Not open to 491 Current Topics in Microbiology Genetics or LBS Environmental Biol- freshmen or sophomores. SA: MPH 440 Spring. 3(4-0) R: Open only to seniors in the ogy/Microbiology or Microbiology coordinate Major groups of microorganisms of importance to Department of Microbiology and Molecular major. SA: MPH 408 the food industry. Emphasis on ecological, physio- Genetics or LBS Environmental Biol- Microbiological techniques and procedures to study logical, and public health aspects. ogy/Microbiology or Microbiology coordinate physiology and genetics of bacteria and bacterio- major. SA: MPH 491 phages. Collection and critical assessment of quan- 441 Food Microbiology Laboratory Capstone experience for microbiology majors. Pres- titative data and written communication of results. Spring. 2(0-4) Interdepartmental with Food entation and discussion of journal articles. Writing of Science. Administered by Department of position papers. Topics such as microbial physiol- Food Science and Human Nutrition. P: (FSC ogy, ecology, genetics, molecular biology, virology, 409 Eukaryotic Cell Biology 440 or concurrently) and completion of Tier I immunology, or pathogenesis. Spring. 3(3-0) P: (BS 111 or LBS 145 or writing requirement. RB: (MMG 206 or MMG LBS 149H) and (BMB 401 or concurrently or 302) SA: MPH 441 492 Undergraduate Research Seminar BMB 462 or concurrently) SA: MIC 403, Methods for studying major groups of microorgan- Spring. 1(1-0) P: (MMG 499 or MMG 499H) MPH 403 isms important to the food industry. Isolation, enu- R: Open only to seniors in the Department Structure and function of nucleated cells. Emphasis meration, characterization, identification, and use of of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics or on the molecular mechanisms that underlie cell microorganisms. LBS Environmental Biology/Microbiology or processes. Microbiology coordinate major. SA: MPH 445 Basic Biotechnology 492 Fall. 3(3-0) P: (MMG 205 or MMG 301) SA: Presentation and group discussion of undergraduate 413 Virology MPH 445 research results. Spring. 3(3-0) P: (BMB 462 or concurrently) Growth and genetic improvement of industrial mi- RB: (MMG 409) SA: MPH 403 croorganisms. Fermentation fundamentals. Specific 499 Undergraduate Research Viruses and modern molecular biology. Viral replica- classical and recombinant-based bioprocesses and Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu- tion and gene expression of the major classes of bioconversions of commercial importance. dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all viruses. Virus-cell interactions and viral diseases. enrollments for this course. R: Open only to 451 Immunology students in the Department of Microbiology Fall. 3(3-0) P: (BS 111 or LBS 145 or LBS and Molecular Genetics or LBS Environ- 421 Prokaryotic Cell Physiology 149H) and (BMB 401 or concurrently or mental Biology/Microbiology or Microbiology Fall. 3(3-0) P: (MMG 301 and BMB 461 or BMB 461 or concurrently) RB: (MMG 409) coordinate major. SA: MPH 499 concurrently) SA: MIC 401, MPH 401 SA: MPH 451 Participation in a laboratory research project. Prokaryotic cell structure and function. Growth and Structure and function of molecules involved in replication. Macromolecular synthesis and control. immune responses. Quantification of immune re- 499H Honors Research sponses and cellular participants. Immunologic Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 3 credits. A stu- abnormalities. Immunotherapy. Experimental ap- dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all 425 Microbial Ecology proaches to dissection of immune functions. enrollments for this course. R: Open only to Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Crop Honors College students in the Microbiology and Soil Sciences. RB: (MMG 301) SA: 461 Molecular Pathogenesis or Environmental Biology/Microbiology ma- MPH 425 Spring. 3(3-0) P: (MMG 301) RB: (MMG jor or LBS Microbiology coordinate major or Microbial population and community interactions. 431) SA: MPH 461 LBS Environmental Biology/Microbiology Microbial activities in natural systems, including Molecular basis of microbial virulence. Nature of coordinate major. SA: MPH 499H associations with plants or animals. determinants and their role in overcoming host Research project with thesis and oral report. A defense mechanisms. portion of Microbiology capstone experience. 181
  3. 3. Microbiology and Molecular Genetics—MMG 522 Medical Microbiology and Immunology 801 Integrative Microbial Biology 835 Eukaryotic Molecular Genetics Spring. 5(4-2) R: Graduate-professional Fall. 4(4-0) Not open to students with credit Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Ge- students in colleges of Human and Osteo- in MMG 821 or MMG 829 or MMG 841 or netics. RB: (BMB 462 and ZOL 341) R: pathic Medicine. SA: MPH 522 MMG 827. Open only to graduate students in the col- Basic principles of microbiology (bacteriology, virol- Structural, metabolic, phylogenetic, and genomic leges of Agriculture and Natural Resources, ogy, mycology and parasitology) and immunology diversity of microbes and microbial communities. Engineering, Human Medicine, Natural Sci- and their relation to disease in humans. Microbial ecology, evolution, and behavior. Regula- ence, Osteopathic Medicine, and Veterinary tion of gene expression. Microbial interactions with Medicine. 561 Veterinary Immunology other microbes, animals, or plants Gene structure and function in animals, plants, and Fall. 2(2-0) R: Open only to graduate- fungi. Basic aspects of modern human genetics and professional students in the College of Vet- 803 Topics in Integrative Microbial Biology the genetic basis for disease. Molecular genetic erinary Medicine. SA: MPH 561, MIC 561 Fall, Spring. 2(2-0) A student may earn a analyses. Eukaryotic modeling systems. Concepts of cell biology, immunochemistry, im- maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for munobiology, and immunopathology related to the this course. P:M: (MMG 801 or concurrently) 841 Soil Microbiology healthy state and the host response to infection and In-depth study of a particular topic from integrative Spring of even years. 3(3-0) Interdepart- parasitism. microbial biology. mental with Crop and Soil Sciences. RB: (MMG 425) SA: MPH 841 567 Veterinary Microbiology and Infectious 813 Molecular Virology Ecology, physiology, and biochemistry of microor- Diseases I Spring of even years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to ganisms indigenous to soil. Spring. 5(4-3) R: Open only to graduate- graduate students in the Colleges of Human professional students in College of Veteri- Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary 851 Immunology nary Medicine. SA: MIC 563, MIC 565, MPH Medicine, Natural Science, and Agriculture Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) R: Open only to 563, MPH 565 Not open to students with and Natural Resources. SA: MPH 813 graduate students in the Colleges of Human credit in VM 564. Molecular nature and biochemistry of replication of Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Structure, function, and diagnostic characteristics of animal viruses. Current advances, research con- Medicine, Natural Science, and Agriculture bacteria and fungi related to pathogenicity, trans- cepts, and the role of viruses in molecular biology and Natural Resources. SA: MPH 851 mission, control, host response, therapy, and man- research. Functional aspects of immune responses; synthesis, agement of selected diseases of animals. structure, and function of effector molecules; cell-cell 821 Microbial Physiology interactions; current advances and research tech- 569 Veterinary Microbiology and Infectious Fall of even years. 3(3-0) RB: (MMG 421) R: niques. Diseases II Open only to graduate students in the Col- Fall. 5(4-3) R: Open only to graduate- leges of Human Medicine, Osteopathic 855 Molecular Evolution: Principles and professional students in College of Veteri- Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, Natural Sci- Techniques nary Medicine. SA: MIC 563, MIC 565, MPH ence, and Agriculture and Natural Re- Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental 531C, MPH 531D, MPH 563, MPH 565 sources. SA: MPH 821 with Zoology; Plant Biology. Administered Structure, function, and diagnostic characteristics of Molecular architecture, assembly of cell parts, me- by Department of Zoology. RB: (ZOL 341 or viruses, protozoa, and helminths related to patho- tabolism, and general physiology of typical eubacte- ZOL 445) genicity, transmission, control, host response, ther- ria. Current techniques used to characterize and com- apy, and management of selected diseases of ani- pare genes and genomes. Genetic variation, assays mals. 825 Cell Structure and Function of variation. Data analysis and computer use to Spring. 3(3-0) Interdepartmental with Bio- conduct a phylogenetic analysis to compare organ- 660 Veterinary Clinical Bacteriology chemistry and Molecular Biology; Physiol- isms and infer relationships. Clerkship ogy. Administered by Department of Bio- Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 credits. RB: Com- chemistry and Molecular Biology. RB: BMB 861 Advanced Microbial Pathogenesis pletion of semester 5 of the graduate- 401 or BMB 461. SA: BCH 825 Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (MMG 461 professional program in the College of Vet- Molecular basis of structure and function. Cell prop- or MMG 409) erinary Medicine. erties: reproduction, dynamic organization, integra- Molecular basis of microbial virulence. Virulence Guided clinical bacteriology experience. tion, programmed and integrative information trans- factors of microorganisms and the relationship of fer. Original investigations in all five kingdoms. these factors to disease; host-pathogen interactions. 662 Clinical Veterinary Virology Clerkship Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 credits. RB: Com- 827 Diversity of Prokaryotes 890 Special Problems in Microbiology pletion of semester 5 of the graduate- Fall of odd years. 3(3-0) RB: (BMB 461 and Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 4 credits. A stu- professional program in the College of Vet- MMG 421 or concurrently) R: Open only to dent may earn a maximum of 8 credits in all erinary Medicine. graduate students in the Colleges of Human enrollments for this course. R: Open only to Guided clinical virology experience. Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary graduate students in the Colleges of Human Medicine, Natural Science, and Agriculture Medicine, Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary 664 Veterinary Clinical Parasitology and Natural Resources. SA: MPH 827 Medicine, Natural Science, and Agriculture Clerkship Morphological and physiological properties of and Natural Resources. Approval of de- Fall, Spring, Summer. 3 credits. RB: Com- groups of bacteria and archaea. Relationship of partment. SA: MPH 890 pletion of semester 5 of the graduate- those properties to ecological niche and importance. Individualized laboratory or library research. professional program in the College of Vet- erinary Medicine. 829 Advanced Microbial Ecology 892 Seminar Guided clinical parasitology experience. Spring of odd years. 3(3-0) Interdepartmen- Fall, Spring. 1(1-0) A student may earn a tal with Crop and Soil Sciences. maximum of 6 credits in all enrollments for 690 Veterinary Microbiology Clerkship Functional roles of microorganisms, their population this course. R: Open only to graduate stu- Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 6 credits. A stu- dynamics and interactions, and their mechanisms of dents in College of Agriculture and Natural dent may earn a maximum of 6 credits in all evolutionary change in natural communities, labora- Resources, College of Engineering, College enrollments for this course. RB: Completion tory experiments, and mathematical models. of Human Medicine, College of Natural Sci- of 5 semesters of the graduate-professional ence, College of Osteopathic Medicine, or program in the College of Veterinary Medi- 833 Microbial Genetics College of Veterinary Medicine. SA: MPH cine. SA: MPH 690 Fall. 3(3-0) R: Open only to graduate stu- 892 Laboratory-based investigation of microbiological dents in the Colleges of Human Medicine, Student review and presentation of selected topics problems pertinent to veterinary medicine. Osteopathic Medicine, Veterinary Medicine, in microbiology and public health. Natural Science, and Agriculture and Natu- ral Resources. SA: MPH 833 Gene structure and function. Genetic regulation at classical and molecular levels in prokaryotes and lower eukaryotes. 182
  4. 4. MUS—Music 899 Master's Thesis Research 201B Leadership: The Military Leader Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 12 credits. A Spring. 1(1-2) SA: MS 201 Not open to stu- MUSIC MUS student may earn a maximum of 36 credits dents with credit in MS 201A. in all enrollments for this course. R: Open Introduction to effective leadership. Communica- only to graduate students in Microbiology tions. Value of the United States Army. Responsibili- School of Music and Public Health. SA: MPH 899 ties of military officers and professionalism. Labora- College of Arts and Letters Master's thesis research. tory includes tactics, marksmanship training, and military skills. 112 Chamber Music 991 Topics in Microbiology Fall, Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a Fall, Spring. 1 to 3 credits. A student may 220 Challenges in Army Leadership maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for earn a maximum of 6 credits in all enroll- Spring. 1 to 2 credits. RB: (MS 201A or MS this course. R: Open only to students in the ments for this course. SA: MPH 991 201B) Not open to students with credit in School of Music. Topics are selected from traditional subdisciplines MS 202A or MS 202B. Rehearsal and performance of a broad range of such as bacteriology, virology, cell biology, and Application of military case studies. Recognizing chamber music literature. immunology or from transecting subdisciplines such challenging situations for military leaders and units. as microbial genetics, physiology, molecular biology Applying sound ethical leadership practices to im- 113 Philharmonic Orchestra and ecology. plement decisions. Understanding basic military Fall, Spring. 1(0-5) A student may earn a small unit tactics. maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for 999 Doctoral Dissertation Research this course. RB: High school and/or youth Fall, Spring, Summer. 1 to 24 credits. A 301 Leading Small Organizations orchestra experience/or other student may earn a maximum of 120 credits Fall. 3(3-2) RB: (MS 101A or MS 101B) and college or university ensemble experience in all enrollments for this course. R: Open (MS 102A or concurrently or MS 102B or R: Audition required. only to graduate students in Microbiology concurrently) and (MS 201A or concurrently Rehearsal and performance of symphonic and and Molecular Genetics. SA: MPH 999 or MS 201B or concurrently) and (MS 202A operatic repertoire. Doctoral dissertation research. or concurrently or MS 202B or concurrently) Completion of basic camp or boot camp. 114 Marching Band Must meet U.S. Army contracting require- Fall. 1(0-9) A student may earn a maximum ments. of 6 credits in all enrollments for this course. Skills required for military officers: communication, R: Audition required. team building, delegating tasks, supervision, ethics, Rehearsal and performance of broad range of and physical fitness. Leading small units. Participa- marching band literature at football games. tion in physical fitness is required. 115 Spartan Brass 302 Leadership: Small Unit Tactics Spring. 1(0-2) A student may earn a maxi- Spring. 3(3-2) RB: (MS 301) mum of 6 credits in all enrollments for this Basic military tactics and the military communica- course. R: Audition required. MILITARY SCIENCE MS tion/orders process focusing on small units. Applica- Rehearsal and performance of broad range of brass tion of lessons learned from leadership case studies literature at basketball and hockey games. to practical exercises of leadership. Delegation of Department of Military Science tasks and supervision of subordinates in a stressful 116 Campus Band Office of the Provost environment. Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for 101A Leadership: The Military Profession 401 Leadership: Training Management, this course. Fall. 1(1-1) SA: MS 101 Not open to stu- Counseling, and Unit Management Rehearsal and performance of broad range of band dents with credit in MS 101B. Fall. 3(3-2) RB: (MS 302) literature chosen from baroque period to the pre- Introduction to military leadership and fundamental Army training philosophy. The lieutenant's role in sent. concepts of leadership. Application of leadership training management, personnel administration, and doctrine. The role of the U.S. Army, Army Reserves, logistics. Practical exercises in counseling and 117 Concert Band and National Guard. Leadership laboratory intro- training presentations. Practical application of lead- Fall, Spring. 1(0-3) A student may earn a duces basic military skills. ership development doctrine. Laboratory includes maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for practical experience in unit administration and train- this course. R: Audition required. 101B Leadership: The Military Profession ing management. Rehearsal and performance of broad range of wind Spring. 1(1-2) SA: MS 101 Not open to stu- literature from various historical periods and styles. dents with credit in MS 101A. 402 Military Law, Ethics and Professionalism Introduction to military leadership and fundamental Spring. 3(3-2) RB: (MS 401) 118 Wind Symphony concepts of leadership. Application of leadership Introduction of the military legal system and the Law Fall, Spring. 1(0-6) A student may earn a doctrine. The role of the U.S. Army, Army Reserves, of War. The basis of the military profession and the maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for and National Guard. Leadership laboratory intro- importance of ethical development to the profession this course. R: Audition required. duces basic military skills. of arms. Development of subordinates. Laboratory Rehearsal and performance of broad range of wind includes practical exercises in professional devel- literature from various periods and styles. 120 Introduction to Army Leadership and opment and leadership opportunities. Problem Solving 119 Symphony Band Spring. 1 to 2 credits. RB: (MS 101A or MS 490 Independent Study in Military Science Fall, Spring. 1(0-4) A student may earn a 101B) Fall, Spring. 1 to 4 credits. A student may maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for Fundamentals of basic Army leadership. Military earn a maximum of 4 credits in all enroll- this course. R: Audition required. problem solving process. Military briefing and writing ments for this course. R: Open only to jun- Rehearsal and performance of a broad range of skills. Goal setting and time management. Introduc- iors or seniors. Approval of department. wind and percussion literature. tion to the Army's developmental counseling pro- Individual research in areas related to military sci- gram. ence. 120 Symphony Orchestra Fall, Spring. 1(0-6) A student may earn a 201A Leadership: The Military Leader maximum of 10 credits in all enrollments for Fall. 1(1-1) SA: MS 201 Not open to stu- this course. R: Audition required. dents with credit in MS 201B. Rehearsal and performance of symphonic and Introduction to effective leadership. Communica- operatic repertoire. tions. Value of the United States Army. Responsibili- ties of military officers and professionalism. Labora- tory includes tactics, marksmanship training, and military skills. 183

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