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with a major in agronomy, animal science, biology, crop science, genetics, horticulture, plant
science or related field of study. Graduates from other degree programs will be considered but



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may be asked to make up certain undergraduate deficiencies. Acceptance of applicants is
competitive and limited by program space and funding. Typically, an applicant should have a
minimum of a 3.0 (out of 4.0) GPA and a minimum GRE score of 1000 on the verbal and
analytical portions of the exam. Exceptions to these guidelines may be made for students with
special backgrounds, abilities or interests

Master's Degree Requirements: Master of Science Degree: Requirements include one hour of
Seminar (CS 601), six hours of Statistics (ST 501 and ST 701 or equivalent), completion of a
thesis, a comprehensive oral examination and presentation of an exit seminar. Master of Crop
Science Degree: M.C.S. requirements include a minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate work
with a minimum of four, but no more than six, credit hours of Special Problems (CS 620). One
hour of Crop Science Seminar (CS 601), three hours of Statistics (ST 501 or equivalent) and
presentation of an exit seminar are also required.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: Ph.D. Candidates must demonstrate an ability to conduct
original research and scholarly work at the highest level. Other requirements include one hour of
Crop Science Seminar (CS 801) and an exit seminar. The crop physiology and weed science
programs have additional "core" course requirements.

Student Financial Support: Graduate assistantships and fellowships will be awarded to qualified
applicants depending on funding availability and program space. Tuition is typically waived for
students granted assistantships. Student health insurance is also provided to all students on
assistantship.

Other Relevant Information: A thesis (M.S. and Ph.D.) or special problem (Master of Crop
Science) outline and Plan of Graduate Work should be submitted to the Director of Graduate
Programs by the end of the first regular (spring or fall) semester.

GRADUATE COURSES

CS(HS,PP) 502 Plant Disease: Methods and Diagnosis.

CS 601 Seminar.

CS 620 Special Problems.

CS 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

CS 690 Master's E.xamination.

CS 693 Master's Supervised Research.

CS 695 Master's Thesis Research.

CS 696 Summer Thesis Research.

CS 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

CS 71 1 Tobacco Technology.

CS 713 Physiological Aspects of Crop Production.

CS(HS) 715 Weed Science Research Techniques.

CS(HS) 716 Weed Biology.

CS(HS) 717 Weed Management Systems.

CS(HS) 718 Biological Control of Weeds.

CS(GN) 719 Origin and Evolution of Cultivated Plants.

CS(GN,HS) 720 Molecular Biology in Plant Breeding.

CS(HS,SSC,TOX) 725 Pesticide Chemistry.

CS(HS,SSC,TOX) 727 Pesticide Behavior and Fate in the Environment.

CS(HS) 729 Herbicide Behavior in Plants.

CS(NG.HS) 741 Plant Breeding Methods.

CS(GN,HS) 745 Quantitative Genetics in Plant Breeding

CS(GN,HS) 746 Breeding Methods.

CS(GN,HS,PP) 748 Breeding for Pest Resistance



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CS(FOR,SSC) 777 Conservation and Sustainable Development 1.

CS801 Seminar.

CS 820 Special Problems.

CS(GN,HS) 860 Plant Breeding Laboratory.

CS(GN,HS) 861 Plant Breeding Laboratory.

CS 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

CS 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

CS 893 Doctoral Supervised Research

CS 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

CS 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

CS 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Curriculum and Instruction

Degrees Offered:



j Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Curriculum and Instruction


Y




Y






Y


Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary
Education






Y






Y


Curriculum and Instruction, English
Education






Y






Y


Curriculum and Instruction, Reading






Y






Y


Curriculum and Instruction, Social Studies
Education






Y






Y


Instructional Technology - Computers






Y






Y


Middle Grades Education






Y






Y


1 Special Education






Y






Y


Special Education, Behavior Disorders






Y




Y


Special Education, Learning Disabilities




Y




Y


i Special Education, Mental Retardation




Y




Y



GRADUATE FACULTY

T. P. O'Brien, Head of the Department

Director of Graduate Programs:

E. S. Vasu, Box 7801, 515.1779, [email protected]

Professors: C. L. Crossland, D. A. Cullinan, B. J. Fox, B. R. Poulton; Adjunct Professors: D. D.
Copeland, R. A. Edelfelt; Professors Emeriti: B. M. Parramore; Associate Professors: P. L.
Marshall, T. P. O'Brien, S. S. Osborne, C. A. Pope, R. J. Pritchard, E. J. Sabomie, H. A. Spires, E.
S. Vasu; Associate Professors Emeriti: J. F. Arnold, M. B. Richards, L. Thies-Sprinthall;



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Assistant Professors: M. L. Alibrandi, C. M. Beal, A. J. Reiman, A. V. Wilson; Visiting Assistant
Professors: M. Terhaar-Yonkers; Adjunct Assistant Professors: S. B. Buckner

Admission Requirements: A 500-800 word statement describing professional goals. Some areas
of study require that applicants be qualified to hold a baccalaureate-level teaching license or have
teaching experience. GRE scores not more than five years old for the doctoral program. GRE or
MAT scores not more than two years old for the master's program.

Master's Degree Requirements: A minimum of 36 course credit hours and a written examination
are required. The Master of Science degree requires a final oral examination and thesis approved
by the graduate committee.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: A minimum of 72 course credit hours which includes 15-18
hours of research and a curriculum specialty and 12 hours of dissertation credit.

Student Financial Support: No financial aid is available on a regular basis.

Other Relevant Information: The departtnent offers master's degrees in curriculum and
instruction, elementary education, English education, instructional technology, middle grades
education, reading education, social studies education and special education with areas of
concentration in business and marketing education, curriculum /supervision and language arts
education. Master's degrees in special education are offered in the areas of behavior disorders,
learning disabilities and mental retardation. A master's degree in middle grades education includes
a dual concentration in language arts and social studies.

GRADUATE COURSES

ECl 500 Theory and Practice in Teaching Diverse Populations.

ECI 501 Foundations of Curriculum.

ECI 502 Teaching through the Arts.

ECI 503 Effective Teaching.

ECI 504 Principles and Practices of Supervision.

ECI 509 Special Problems in Cumculum and Instruction,

ECI 510 Research Applications in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 51 1 Computer Applications and Curriculum Integration in K-12 Instruction.

ECI 514 Multimedia Design and Applications in K-12 Instruction.

ECI 515 Internet Applications and Web Design in K-12 Settings.

ECI 516 Design and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.

ECI 517 Advanced Multimedia Design and Applications in K-12 Instruction.

ECI 518 Program and Staff Development in Instructional Technology

ECI 519 Special Problems in Instructional Technology.

ECI 520 The Teaching of Composition.

ECI 521 Teaching Literature for Young Adults.

ECI 524 Issues in Elementary School Teaching.

ECI 525 Contemporary Approaches in the Teaching of Social Studies.

ECI 526 Theory and Research on Teaching and Learning Social Studies.

ECI 527 Special Problems in Social Studies.

ECI 529 Special Problems in English Education,

ECI 530 Social Studies in the Elementary School,

ECI 532 Early Childhood Education.

ECI 533 Language Arts in the Elementary School.

ECI 539 Special Problems in Elementary School

ECI 540 Reading in the Elementary School

ECI 541 Reading in the Content Areas.

ECI 542 Literacy Instruction for College Students: Research, Theory and Practice.



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ECI 543 Diagnosis of Reading Disabilities.

ECl 544 Remediation of Reading Disabilities.

ECI 545 Literacy Theory and Research.

ECI 546 Literacy Instruction, Technology and Media.

ECI 547 Teaching Children's Literature.

ECI 549 Special Problems in Reading.

ECI 550 Foundations of Middle Years Education.

ECI 551 Teaching/Learning Approaches for Emerging Adolescents.

ECI 559 Special Problems in Middle Years Education.

ECI 560 Professional Development in Business and Marketing Education.

ECI 561 Cumculum and Instruction in Business and Marketing Education.

ECI 562 Business and Marketing Education Program Management.

ECI 569 Special Problems in Business and Marketing Education.

ECI 570 Learning Disabilities.

ECI 571 Methods and Materials in Learning Disabilities.

ECI 572 Resource Teaching in Special Education.

EC! 573 Classroom Management in Special Education.

ECI 574 Mental Retardation.

ECI 575 Communication Disorders in the Classroom.

ECI 576 Methods and Matenals in Teaching Persons with Mental Retardation.

ECI 577 Education of Severely Handicapped.

ECI 578 Methods for Teaching the Gifted.

ECI 580 Transition Program for Students with Mild Disabilities.

ECI 581 Educational Diagnosis and Prescnption for Children with Exceptionalities.

ECI 582 Introduction to the Gifted Individual.

ECI 583 Behavior Disorders.

ECI 584 Methods and Materials: Behavior Disorders.

ECI 585 Education of Exceptional Children.

ECI 597 Special Problems in Special Education.

ECI 601 Seminar.

ECI 602 Seminar in Selected Topics in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 603 Advanced Seminar in Literacy.

ECI 604 Seminar in Conflict Resolution and Mediation in Schools.

ECI 606/806 Seminar on Teacher as Learner: Developmental Theory, Research and Practice.

ECI 607/807 Advanced Seminar in Multicultural Education.

ECI 620 Special Problems.

ECI 630 Independent Study in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 640 Practicum in Cumculum and Instruction.

ECI 641 Practicum in Mentoring of Teachers.

ECI 642 Practicum I - Instructional Technology.

ECI 643 Practicum in Social Studies.

ECI 644 Practicum in Elementary Education.

ECI 645 Diagnostic-prescriptive Practicum in Reading.

ECI 646 Practicum in Middle Grades Education

ECI 647 Practicum in Marketing Education.

ECI 648 Practicum in Special Education.

ECI 649 Practicum II - Instructional Technology.

ECI 650 Internship in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 651 Internship in Mentoring.

ECI 652 Internship in Instructional Technology - Computers.

ECI 653 Internship in Social Studies.

ECI 654 Internship in Elementary Education.

ECI 655 Internship in Reading Education.

ECI 656 Internship in Middle Grades Education.

ECI 657 Internship in Business and Marketing Education.

ECI 658 Internship in Special Education.

ECI 680 Directed Research in Cumculum and Instruction.

ECI 685 Master's Supervised Teaching.

ECI 690 Master's Examination.

ECI 691 Research Applications in Cumculum and Instruction.

ECI 692 Master's Research Projects.

ECI 693 Master's Supervised Research.



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ECl 695 Master's Thesis Research.

ECl 696 Summer Thesis Research.

ECI 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

ECl 700 The School Curriculum.

ECI 701 Foundations of Cumculum.

ECI 704 Principles and Practices of Supervision.

ECI 705 Instructional Supervision of Teachers,

ECI 709 Special Problems in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 710 Research Applications in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECl 71 1 Computer Applications and Cumculum Integration in K-12 Instruction

ECl 714 Multimedia Design and Applications in K-12 Instruction.

ECl 715 Internet Applications and Web Design in K-12 Settings.

ECI 716 Design and Evaluation of Instructional Materials.

ECI 717 Advanced Multimedia Design and Applications in K-12 Instruction.

ECI 7 1 8 Program and StatT Development in Instructional Technology.

ECI 719 Special Problems in Instructional Technology.

ECI 720 The Teaching of Composition.

ECI 721 Teaching Literature for Young Adults.

ECl 727 Special Problems in Social Studies Education.

ECI 729 Special Problems in English Education.

ECI 731 Teachers and the Elementary School Cumculum.

ECI 739 Special Problems in Elementary Education.

ECI 741 Reading in the Content Area.

ECI 745 Literacy Theory and Research.

ECI 746 Literacy Instruction, Technology and Media

ECl 747 Teaching Children's Literature.

ECl 749 Special Problems in Reading Education.

ECI 751 Teaching/Learning Approaches for Emerging Adolescents.

ECI 759 Special Problems in Middle Years Education.

ECI 769 Special Problems in Marketing Education

ECI 786 Introduction to Issues and Techniques in Visual Impairments.

ECI 787 Orientation and Mobility of the Visually Impaired

ECI 788 Structure and Function of the Eye and Use of Low Vision.

ECl 789 Teaching Braille and Communication Skills.

ECl 790 Methods and Matenals in Visual Impairments.

ECI 797 Special Problems in Special Education.

ECI 801 Seminar

ECI 802 Seminar in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 803 Advanced Seminar in Literacy.

ECI 804 Seminar on Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, Research and Treatment.

ECl 806/606 Seminar on Teacher as Learner: Developmental Theory, Research and Practice.

ECI 807/607 Advanced Seminar in Multicultural Education.

ECI 820 Special Problems.

ECI 830 Independent Study in Cumculum and Instruction.



ECI 840 Practicum
ECI 841 Practicum
ECl 842 Practicum
ECl 843 Practicum
ECl 844 Practicum
ECI 845 Diagnostic
ECI 846 Practicum
ECI 847 Practicum
ECI 848 Practicum
ECl 850 Internship
ECI 851 Internship
ECI 852 Internship
ECI 853 Internship
ECI 854 internship
ECI 855 Internship
ECl 856 Internship
ECI 857 Internship
ECI 858 Internship



n Curriculum and Instruction.

n Mentoring of Teachers.

n Instructional Technology - Computers.

n Social Studies.

n Elementary Education.

•Prescriptive Practicum in Reading

n Middle Grades Education.

n Marketing Education.

n Special Education.

n Curriculum and Instruction.

n Mentoring.

n Instructional Technology.

n Social Studies.

n Elementary Education.

n Reading Education.

n Middle Grades Education.

n Marketing Education.

n Special Education.



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ECI 880 Directed Study in Cuiricuium and Instruction.

ECl 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

ECI 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

ECI 891 Research Applications in Curriculum and Instruction.

ECI 892 Doctoral Research Projects.

ECI 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

ECI 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

ECI 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

ECI 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary Education

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see curriculum and instruction.

Curriculum and Instruction, English Education

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see curriculum and instruction.

Curriculum and Instruction, Reading

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see curriculum and instruction.

Curriculum and Instruction, Social Studies Education

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see curriculum and instruction.

Design
Degrees Offered:



; Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Design


Y













GRADUATE FACULTY

Director of Graduate Programs:

J. W. Place, Box 7701, 515.8354, [email protected]

Professors: P. Batchelor, M. J. Davis, H. Khachatoorian, D. W. Martin, R. C. Moore, J. W. Place,
M. Scotford; Associate Professors: B. W. Laffitte, S. R. Raval, D. G. Raymond, F. A. Rifki, J. O.
Tector; Research Associate Professors: N. M. White; Assistant Professors: P. FitzGerald, R. A.
St. Amant



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The aim of the Ph.D. in design is to prepare students holding previous degrees in a design
discipline to conduct collaborative research between architecture and landscape architecture and
between graphic design and industrial design through two areas of concentration, either
community and en\ironmental design or information design. Graduates holding this degree will be
valuable to college and university programs and to government, business and industrial
organizations requiring the intellectual rigor, knowledge and investigative skills developed by
doctoral sUidy. Students will conduct research aimed at improving the quality of design in urban
and rural communities, improving people's understanding and interpretation of their social and
ecological environment, and improving visual communication and product development
technology aimed at meeting human needs.

Admission Requirements: The community and environmental design concentration requires a
master's degree in architecture or landscape architecture while the information design
concentration requires a master's degree with an undergraduate degree in graphic or industrial
design. In addition to Graduate School requirements the submission of a portfolio demonstrating a
capacity for doctoral research and an interest statement indicating a leaning toward teaching,
research or consulting in the public or private sector are required. Prior to acceptance, a faculty
member must agree to mentor an applicant.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: The program of study requires a minimum of 54 credit hours of
graduate work beyond the master's degree, and of these credit hours, 18 will be independent
research and dissertation credit with the remaining 36 hours of course work being completed in the
Ph.D. program

Student Financial Support: Teaching and research assistantships are available to several doctoral
students, and in addition, those students receiving some form of assistantship will also receive
tuition remission. Assistantships are awarded on the recommendation of the admissions'
committee.

GRADUATE COURSES

DDN 771/GD 571 Design as Cognitive Artifact.

DDN 772/GD 572 Design as Cultural Artifact.

DDN 773/GD 573 New Information Environments.

DDN 776/ARC 576/L'\R 576 Community Design.

DDN 777/ARC 577/LAR 577 Sustainable Communities.

DDN 778/LAR 578 Ecological Design.

DNN 779/LAR 579 Human Use of the Urban Undscape.

DDN 809 Dissertation Colloquium.

DDN 830, 831 Information Design.

DDN 885 Doctoral Supervised Teaching.

DDN 890 Doctoral Preliminary Examination.

DDN 893 Doctoral Supervised Research.

DDN 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

DDN 896 Summer Dissertation Research,

DDN 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation,



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Economics
Degrees Offered:



Program Title


Ph.D.


Ed.D.


M.S.


M.A.


Master
of


M.Ed.


Agricultural and Resource Economics






Y








Economics


Y






Y


Y





GRADUATE FACULTY

Director of Graduate Programs:

J. E. Easley Jr., Box 81 10, 515.4617, [email protected]

Hugh C. Kiger Professor: A. B. Brown
University Distinguished Professor: V. K. Smith
William Neal Reynolds Professor: M. K. Wohlgenant

Professors: S. G. Allen, J. A. Brandt, G. A. Carlson, R. L. Clark, L. A. Craig, L. E. Danielson, J.
E. Easley Jr., E. W. Erickson, E. A. Estes, D. Fisher, D. J. Flath, B. K. Goodwin, T. J. Grennes, A.
R. Hall, M. T. Holt, D. M. Holthausen Jr., D. N. Hyman, T. Johnson, C. R. Knoeber, J. S. Lapp, S.
E. Margolis, M. C. Marra, C. L. Moore Sr., R. B. Palmquist, D. K. Pearce, C. D. Safley, R. A.
Schrimper, J. J. Seater, W. N. Thurman, M. L. Walden; Associate Professors: D. S. Ball, G. A.
Benson, P. L. Fackler, A. E. Headen Jr., M. B. McElroy, C. M. Newmark, A. W. Oltirans, M. A.
Renkow, T. C. Tsoulouhas, T. Vukina, W. J. Wessels, K. D. Zering; Assistant Professors: D. G.
Hallstrom, A. Inoue, R. L. Lamb, A. P. Levy, D. J. Phaneuf, N. E. Piggott, S. E. Scullen

ASSOCIATE MEMBERS OF THE PROGRAM

Professors: R. H. Bemhard, D. A. Dickey; Associate Professors: J. C. Dutton, Jr., E. A.
McDermed

The economics graduate program is a joint program of the Department of Agricultural and
Resource Economics and the Department of Economics. Emphasis is placed on economic theory
and quantitative economic analysis and their application to economic problems. The major fields
of specialization are: agricultural economics, econometrics, environmental/resource economics,
industrial organization, international economics, labor economics and macro-monetary economics.

Admission Requirements: Minimum background for admission includes intermediate
microeconomics and macroeconomics, at least one semester of calculus (two for Ph.D.) and
undergraduate statistics. Some students are admitted conditional on their taking certain
prerequisites. The submission of GRE scores is strongly recommended and is required for students
applying for financial aid.

Master's Degree Requirements: The Master of Science in agricultural and resource economics
and the Master of Arts in economics require core courses in micro-economics (ECG 505 or ECG



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700), macroeconomics (ECG 506 or ECG 703), statistics (ST 504) and applied econometrics
(ECG 561). Both degree have thesis and elective requirements. The Master of Economics is a non-
thesis degree with two options: (1) Ph.D. Preparatory and (2) Applied Economics and Policy
Analysis. Both options require a core of ECG 700 (or ECG 505), ECG 703 (or ECG 506), ST 514
and ECG 561 . In addition ECG 765 is highly recommended for Option 1 while Option 2 also
requires ECG 562. Both options have elective requirements.

Doctoral Degree Requirements: The Ph.D. program requires a minimum of 72 hours and at least
six semesters of work beyond the bachelor's degree. Students must pass written comprehensive
examinations in micro-economics and macro-economics. Course requirements include two
semesters of econometrics and six field courses.

Student Financial Support: Research and teaching assistantships are available and are awarded
on a competitive basis. Most of these assistantships go to Ph.D. students. Students applying for
assistantships are advised to apply by February 15 for fall admission.

Other Relevant Information: Graduate students on financial support are provided office space or
study carrels. Other students may be assigned study carrels if available. All students have access to
the economics graduate student computer lab.

GRADUATE COURSES

ECG(PRT) 503 Economics of Recreation.

ECG 504 Monetary and Financial Macroeconomics.

ECG 505 Applied Microeconomic Analysis.

ECG 506 Applied Macroeconomic Analysis.

ECG 507 Economics tor Managers..

ECG 508 Macroeconomics and the Business Environment.

ECG 5 1 2 Law and Economics.

ECG 514 Economics of Information Goods.

ECG 515 Environmental and Resource Policy.

ECG 52 1 Markets and Trade.

ECG 523 Planning Farm and Area Adjustments.

ECG 532 Economics of Trade Unions.

ECG 533 Economics of World Food and Agricultural Policy.

ECG 537 Health Economics.

ECG 540 Economic Development.

ECG 551 Agricultural Production Economics.

ECG 555 Managerial Economics

ECG{ST) 561 Intermediate Econometrics

ECG 562 Topics in Applied Econometrics.

ECG 570 Analysis of American Economic History.

ECG 590 Special Topics.

ECG 630 Independent Study.

ECG 690 Master's Examination.

ECG 695 Master's Thesis Research.

ECG 696 Summer Thesis Research.

ECG 699 Master's Thesis Preparation.

ECG 700 Pnce Theory.

ECG 701 Advanced Price Theory

ECG 702 Prices, Value and Welfare.

ECG 703 Income and Employment Theory.

ECG 704 Advanced Income and Employment Theory.

ECG 705 Monetary Economics.

ECG 706 Industnal Organization and Control.

ECG 707 Topics in Industnal Organization.



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ECG 708 History of Economic Thought.

ECG 7 1 Theory of Pubhc Finance.

ECG 715 Environmental and Resource Economics.

ECG 716 Topics in Environmental and Resource Economics.

ECG 730 Labor Economics.

ECG 73 1 Policy and Research Issues in Labor Economics.

ECG 739 Economic Growth and Development I.

ECG 740 Economic Growth and Development II.

ECG 741 Agricultural Production and Supply.

ECG 742 Consumption, Demand and Market Interdependency.

ECG 748 Theory of International Trade.

ECG 749 Monetary Aspects of International Trade.

ECG 750 Economic Decision Theory.

ECG(ST)751 Econometrics.

ECG(ST) 752 Topics in Econometrics.

ECG 765 Mathematical Methods for Economics.

ECG 784 Advanced Macroeconomics.

ECG 785 Monetary Theory.

ECG 790 Advanced Special Topics.

ECG 830 Independent Study.

ECG 895 Doctoral Dissertation Research.

ECG 896 Summer Dissertation Research.

ECG 899 Doctoral Dissertation Preparation.

Educational Administration and Supervision

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see educational research leadership and
counselor education.

Educational Research and Policy Analysis

For a listing of graduate faculty and program information, see educational research leadership and



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