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3. Guidelines and procedures for determining faculty, staff and student ownership of computer
software were adopted by the NC State Board of Trustees, effective July 1, 1987, and are available
from the Office of the Vice Chancellor for Research or the Office of Technology Administration,
Room 1 Holladay Hall.

Policy on Illegal Drugs

The policy on illegal drugs was adopted by the North Carolina State University Board of Trustees
on April 16, 1988 and can be found in the Student Code of Conduct and other publications
including the Official Bulletin, the Student Handbook, the Faculty Handbook, the Advisers'
Handbook and the Human Resources newsletter.



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INDEX



Academic computing facilities, see Office of Information Technology

Academic standing. Grading and, 20

Academic warning, probation and termination, 21

Accounting, 69

Adminisn-ation, North Carolina State University, 3

Administration, University of North Carolina, 264

Administrative Board of the Graduate School, 7

Admission, 13-17, Full graduate standing, 14; Provisional admission, 14; Graduate unclassified status, 15; Post-baccalaureate

Studies (PBS), 15
Adult and Community College Education, 70

Advisory Committee, Graduate, Master's degrees, 39; Doctoral degrees, 44
Aerospace Engineering, see Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
Agency Counseling, 72

Agricultural and Resource Economics, see Economics
Agricultural and Extension Education, 73

Agncultural Education, see Agricultural and Extension Education
Alumni Association Graduate Fellowship Supplements, 29
Animal Science, 74
Anthropology, 217

Applications, general, 13; Fee, 13; International, 13
Applied Mathematics, see Mathematics
Architecture, 77
Artificial Intelligence, 217

Assistantships, Eligibility for, fellowships or traineeships, 22
Assistantships, Fellowships and Graduate, 28; Teaching Assistantship, Research Assistantship and Fellowship Appointments,

Benefits Associated with Certain Graduate , 30
Audits, 22; Fee, 24

B

Basic Graduate School Requirements, 63

Benefits Associated with Certain Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Research Assistantship and Fellowship Appointments, 30

Biochemistry, 79

Bioinfomiatics, 80

Biological and Agricultural Engineering, 81

Biological Sciences, 218

Biology Field Laboratory, 54

Biomathematics, 83

Biomedical Engineering, 218

Biotechnology, 219

Biotechnology Training Program, 30

Board of Governors, UNC, 264

Board of Trustees, NC State, 3

Botany, 84

Business Management, 219



Calendar, 9

Campus map, 280-281

Candidacy, doctoral, 49

Center for Advanced Electronic Materials Processing (AEMP), 54

Center for Aseptic Processing and Packaging Studies (CAPPS), 54

Center for Advanced Computing and Communication, 54

Center for Engineenng Applications of Radioisotopes, 55

Center for Learning Technologies. 55

Center for Research and Development in Mathematics, Science and Technology Education, 55

Center for Research in Scientific Computation, 55



Center for Sound and Vibration, 56

Certificate renewal, public school, 17

Chemical Engineering, 86

Chemistry, 88

Civil Engineering, 91

Code of Student Conduct, 6

College of Engineering professional degree program, 1 6

Co-major, Master's degrees, 42; Doctoral degrees, 46

Communication, 94

Comparative Biomedical Sciences, 95

Comprehensive final oral examinations, 43

Comprehensive written examinations. Master's degrees, 43

Computational Engineenng and Sciences, 220

Computer Engineering, see Electrical and Computer Engineering

Computer Networking, 98

Computer Science, 99

Computing facilities, academic, 59

Continuous registration, 22

Cooperative education program, 25

Cooperating Raleigh Colleges, 16

Copyright Procedures, University Patent and, 266

Counselor Education, see Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education

Course descriptions, 64

Course load, 1 8

Credit by examination, 41

Credit by extension, 41

Credit from outside sources, 40

Credit from previous NCSU master's degree, 41

Credits, Master's degrees, 40

Crop Science, 101

Curriculum and Instruction, 104

Curriculum and Instruction, Elementary Education, see Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction, English Education, see Cumculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction, Reading, see Curriculum and Instruction

Curriculum and Instruction, Social Studies Education, see Curriculum and Instruction

D

Deadlines for theses, see Calendar

Departmental fellowships, 28

Design, 108

Diagnostic Teaching Clinic, 56

Diploma order request cards, 23

Disability Services for Students, 6

Dissertation requirement, Doctoral degrees, 49

Diversity Graduate Assistance Grant, 29

Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Education degrees, 46-5 1 ; Advisory committee and plan of graduate work, 46; Co-major,
46; Microfilming, 50; Fees, 24; Residence requirement, 46; Language requirements, 47; Preliminary comprehensive
examinations, 48, Candidacy, 49; Final oral examination, 49; Dissertation, 49; Time limit, 50; Summary of
procedures, 50

Drop dales for minicourses, 19



Economics, 1 10

Education [General courses], 221

Educational Administration and Supervision, see Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education

Educational Research and Policy Analysis, see Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education

Educational Research, Leadership and Counselor Education, 1 12

Electric Power Research Center, 56

Electrical and Computer Engineering, 1 14

Electrical Engineering, see Electrical and Computer Engineering

Electron microscope facilities, 56



Eligibility for assistantships, fellowships or traineeships, 22

Emergency loans, short-term, 35

Engineering - (Off-campus program only), 1 18

Engineering professional degree program. College of, 1 6

English, 118

Entomology, 121

Evening degree programs, 16

Examination requirements. Master's degrees, 42, Doctoral degrees, 48

Extension, Credit by, 41

Extension Education, see Agricultural and Extension Education



Faculty, Graduate, 227

Federal Stafford loans, 34

Fees, see Tuition and Fees

Fellowships, Eligibility for assistantships, traineeships or, 22

Fellowships and Graduate Assistantships, 28; Teaching, research and service assistantships, 28; Departmental fellowships, 28;

National, regional and foundation fellowships, 28
Fiber and Polymer Science, 123

Fields of instruction, 63; Fields offering graduate degrees, 65
Final oral examinations, Master's degrees, 43; Doctoral degrees, 49
Financial Aid, 34-35, Long-term loans, 34; Federal Stafford Loans, 34; Work-study Jobs, 35; Part-time jobs, 35; Short-term

emergency loans, 35
Financial Support for Graduate Students, 28-36; Fellowships and Graduate Assistantships, 28; Teaching, Research and Service

Assistantships, 28, Graduate School Fellowships, 28; Other Financial Aid, 34, Military Education and Training, 35
Fishenes and Wildlife Sciences, 126
Food Safety, 221
Food Science, 1 27

Foreign Languages and Literatures, 221
Forestry, 129
Full graduate standing, 14
Full-time faculty and employees, 24
Full-time/part-time status for graduate students, 18
Functional Genomics, see Genomic Sciences



Gender Studies, Women's and, 225

General information, 13

Genetics, 132

Genomic Sciences, 134

Geographic Information Systems, 222

Governors, Board of, UNC, 264

Grades, 20

Grading and academic standing, 20

Graduate advisor and graduate advisory committee. Master's degrees, 39

Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need, 29

Graduate credit for seniors, 22

Graduate Faculty, 227

Graduate programs, 39-51 ; Master's degrees, 39; Doctor of Philosophy and Doctor of Education degrees, 46

Graduate Record Examinations (GRE) scores, 13

Graduate School Fellowships, 29-30; Diversity Graduate Assistance Grant, 29;Alumni Association Graduate Fellowship

Supplements, 29, Graduate Assistance in Areas of National Need, 29; Incentive Scholarship and Grant Program for

Native Americans (ISGPNA), 29, Jenry J. Collier Scholarship, 30; Minority Presence Grant Program, 30;

Biotechnology Training Program, 30
Graduate School requirements, Basic, 63-63, Basic requirements for admission, 63; Basic requirements for Master's degrees,

63; Basic requirements for Doctoral degrees, 63
Graduate School, North Carolina State University, 7
Graduate Student Association, University, 12
Graduate student support plan, 30

Graduate-unclassified status, 15, Special graduate-unclassified status for international student visitors, 15
Graduation, 23 Diploma order request cards, 23



Graphic Design, 136

H

Health Insurance, 32

Health Occupations Teacher Education, see Adult and Community College Education

Health Services, 37

Higher Education Administration, see Adult and Community College Education

Highlands Biological Station, 58

History, 138

History of the University of North Carolina, 265

Horticultural Science, 140

Housing, 37-38; off-campus housing, 37; Edward S. King Village, 37; on-campus housing, 38

I

Illegal Drugs, Policy on, 273

Immunization records, Medical history and, 14

Immunology, 142

Incentive Scholarship and Grant Program for Native Americans (ISGPNA), 29

Incomplete grades, 2 1

Industrial Design, 144

Industrial Engineering, 145

Information Technology, Office of, 59

Institute of Statistics, 53

Institutes, 53

Instructional Technology - Computers, see Cumculum and Instruction

Insurance, Health, 32

Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering, 148

Integrated Manufacturing Systems Engineering Institute, 58

Integrative Graduate Training in Bioinformatics and Functional Genomics (IGERT), 30

Interinstitutional registration, 17

International Studies, 150

International students, 13; application, 13; admission, 13, insurance (see Health Services); Test of English as a Foreign

Language (TOEFL), 13
International student visitors. Special graduate-unclassified status for, 15



Jerry J. Collier Scholarship, 30

K

King Village, Edward S., 37

L

Landscape Architecture, 152

Language requirements. Master's degrees, 42; Doctoral degrees, 47

Learning Resources Library, 58

Liberal Studies, 153

Libranes, NC State, 52

Library, D. H. Hill, 52

Loans, 34-35; Long-term loans, 34; Federal Stafford loans, 34; Short-term emergency loans, 35



M

Major Fields of Study, 65

Management, 154

Map of campus, 282-283



Marine, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, 157

Mars Mission Research Center, 58

Master's degrees, 39-45; Master of Science and Master of Arts, 39; Master's Degree in a Designated Field, 39; Requirements
for Master's Degrees, 39; Graduate advisory committee, 39; Plan of graduate work, 40; Credits, 40; Minor, 41, Co-
major, 42; Language requirements, 42; Thesis, 42; Comprehensive wntten examinations, 43. Comprehensive final
oral examinations, 43; Residence, 43; Time limit, 44; Summary of procedures for Master's degrees, 44

Materials Science and Engineering, 160

Materials Research Center, 59

Mathematics, 162

Math, Science and Technology Education, 166

Mathematics Education, see Math, Science and Technology Education

MCNC, 59

Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, 1 69

Mechanical Engineering, see Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering

Medical history and immunization records, 14

Microbiology, 171

Microfilming fee for doctoral dissertation, 24

Middle Grades Education, see Curriculum and Instruction

Military education and training, 35

Mmicourses, Drop dates for, 19

Minor and Other Organized Programs of Study, 217

Minor, Master's degrees, 41 ; Doctoral degrees, 46

Minority Presence Grant Program, 30

Mission of North Carolina State University, 4

Multidisciplinary Studies, 222; also see Liberal Studies

N

National, regional and foundation fellowships, 28

Natural Resources, 174

NC State Libraries, 52

Nondiscrimination statement, 5

Non-thesis programs. Students in, summary, 45

North Carolina State University, 1; Administration, 3; Board of Trustees, 3; Mission of, 4

North Carolina, University of, 264; Board of Governors, 264; History of, 265

Nuclear Engineering, 175

Nuclear Reactor Program, 59

Nutrition, 177

O

Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Research program at the, 62

Occupational Education, see Math, Science and Technology Education

Office of information Technology, 59

Organization for Tropical Studies, 60

Operations Research, 1 79

Option B programs, 39; Students in Option B programs summary, 44



Parks, Recreation and Tourism Management, 181

Patent and Copyright Procedures, University, 266

Part-time jobs, 35

PBS, see post-baccalaureate studies

Pesticide Residue Research Laboratory, 60

Philosophy, 222

Physics. 183

Physiology, 185

Phytotron, 61

Plan of graduate work. Master's degrees, 40; Doctoral degrees, 46

Plant Pathology. 187

Plant Physiology. 223



Policy on Illegal Drugs, 273

Post-baccalaureate Studies (PBS), 15

Poultry Science, 189

Precision Engineering Center, 61

Preliminary comprehensive examinations, Doctoral degrees, 48

Probation, academic, 21

Programs of Study; Major Fields of Study, 63; Minor and Other Organized Programs of Study, 217

Provisional admission, 14

Psychoeducational Clinic and Laboratories, 61

Psychology, 190

Public Administration, 193

Public History, see History



Refund of tuition and fees, 25

Registration and Records, 1 7-23; Intennstitutional registration, 17; Course load, 18; Full-time/part-time status for graduate

students, 18; Grading and academic standing, 20; Continuous registration, 22; Seniors, 22; Audits, 22; Graduation, 23

Registration, Continuous, 22

Religion, 224

Research, Teaching, and Service Assistantships, 28; Research Assistantship and Fellowship Appointments, Benefits

Associated with Certain Graduate Teaching Assistantship, 30
Research Program at the Oak Ridge Associated Universities, 62
Research Triangle, 53

Residence requirements. Master's degrees, 43; Doctoral degrees, 46
Residence status for tuition purposes, 25



Science Education, see Math, Science and Technology Education

Sea Grant College Program, 61

Second master's in the same field, 41

Seniors, graduate credit for, 22

Short-term emergency loans, 35

Sociology, 196

Soil Science, 198

Solid State Sciences, 224

Southeastern Plant Environmental Laboratories- Phytotron, 61

Special Education, see Curriculum and Instruction

Special Education, Behavior Disorders, see Curriculum and Instruction

Special Education, Learning Disabilities, see Cumculum and Instruction

Special Education, Mental Retardation, see Cumculum and Instruction

Special laboratories, facilities and centers, 54-62

Special programs, 62

Special registration and fees, 24

Specialized Veterinary Medicine, see Comparative Biomedical Sciences

Statistics, 200

Statistics, Institute of, 53

Student conduct, Code of, 6

Student family housing, see Housing

Support plan. Graduate student, 30

Summary of procedures. Master's degrees, 44; Doctoral degrees, 50



Teaching, Research and Service Assistantships 28; Certain Graduate Teaching Assistantship, Research Assistantship and

Fellowship Appointments, Benefits Associated with, 30
Technical Communication, see English

Technology Education, see Math, Science and Technology Education
Termination, academic, 21

Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL), 1 3
Textile and Apparel Management, 204
Textile and Apparel, Technology and Management see Textile and Apparel Management



Textile Chemistry, see Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science

Textile Engineenng, see Textile Engineering, Chemistry and Science

Textile Engineenng, Chemistry and Science, 206

Textiles Matenals Science, see Textile Engineenng, Chemistry and Science

Textile Technology Management, 208

Thesis deadlines, see Calendar

Thesis, Master's degrees, 42; Doctoral degrees (dissertation), 49

Thesis programs. Students in, summary, Master's degrees, 45

Time limit. Master's degrees, 44; Doctoral degrees, 50

Toxicology. 210

Traineeships, Eligibility for assistantships, fellowships or, 22

Training and Development, see Adult and Community College Education

Transfer credit, 40

Transfer of undergraduate credit, 41 ; also see Seniors

Transcript submission, 13

Triangle Universities Nuclear Laboratory, 61

Tropical Studies. Organization for, 60

Trustees, Board of. North Carolina Stale University, 3

Tuition and Fees, 23-27, Semester rates, 24; Summer rates (per session), 24, Special registration and fees, 24, Full-time faculty

and employees, 24; Tuition for students on assistantships and fellowships, 28; Refund policy, 25; Residence status

for tuition purposes, 25
Tuition for students on assistantships and fellowships, 28

U

University Graduate Student Association, 12
University Patent and Copyright Procedures, 266

W

Warning, academic, 21

Water Resources, 225

Water Resources Research Institute, 53

Wildlife Science, Fisheries and, 126

Women's and Gender Studies, 225

Wood and Paper Science, 212

Work -study jobs, 35

Wntten examinations. Master's degrees, 43; Doctoral degrees, 48



Zoology, 215



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