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(Approved at the September 27, 2006 Meeting of the SAS Faculty.)
Arts and Sciences (090)
New Courses See Appendix #1
01:090:101 First Year Seminar in Arts and Sciences (1)
Description: Focusing on the research work and interests of the faculty and introducing students to the range of intellectual and career possibilities for them offered at Rutgers.
Special Notation: For first year students. Graded Pass/No Credit.
01:090:250-299 SAS Honors Program Seminar (3)
Description: Selected topics in the arts and sciences. Titles vary from term to term.
Special Notation: Open only to SAS Honors Program students and NB/P General Honors Program students.
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Dance (203)
New Minor See Appendix #2
Minor Requirements
The minor in dance requires a total of 19 credits. It includes the following sequence in modern dance studio courses (07:203: 123, 124, 225, 226), 07:206:142 Dance Improvisation I, 07:203:329 Dance Composition, and 07:206:161 Production Study (1 cr.). In addition, dance minors elect any two of the following courses: 07:206:325 Kinesiology for Dancers, 07:206:352 Dance for Children, 07:206:402 Introduction to Laban Movement Analysis, 07:206:441 Dance History World Survey, 07:206:442 Dance History 1900 to Present. Audition required before permission to take courses beyond 07:203:124 Modern Dance II.
The Department of Dance, Mason Gross School of the Arts seeks approval from the School of Arts and Sciences to offer a dance minor for liberal arts students. See the appendix.
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Economics (220)
New Certificate See Appendix #3
Certificate in Quantitative Economics
The Certificate in Quantitative Economics (CQE) is intended to enhance economics education for exceptional students in a cost-effective manner. Building on the existing major requirements, the certificate will be awarded to students who take additional courses in mathematics, statistics, and computer science. The certificate is available to both economics majors and minors.
Requirements The CQE will be overseen by a faculty advisor appointed by the undergraduate director. Interested students will meet with the advisor as early as possible. Students will continue to meet with the advisor each semester to review their progress. To receive the certificate, students must maintain a B average in the economics major/minor and in the additional certificate courses.
Mathematics: Calculus for Mathematical and Physical Sciences (640:151, 152) or
Honors Calculus (640:191,192) or equivalent;
Notes: 135 will be accepted in place of 151 but 640:136 does not satisfy the prerequisite for Math 251 Multivariable Calculus. Students must take 152 (or 192)
Linear Algebra (640:250)
Multivariable Calculus (640:251 or Honors 640:291)
Statistics: Theory of Probability (960:381) and Theory of Statistics (960:382)
Or Mathematical Theory of Probability (640:477) and Theory of Statistics (640:481) students considering a minor in math should normally take
these courses.
The two course sequence (960:381-382 or 640:477,481) will substitute for the normal economics statistics requirement.
Intermediate Statistical Analysis (960:384)
Introductory Computing for Statistics (960:390)
Computer Science: Introduction to Computer Science (198:111) and Data Structures (198:112)
Economics: Students must take 2 of the following electives, one of which must be 401 or 421. Students may take both 401 and 421 if they wish.
386 Operations Research I
401 Advanced Econometrics
405 Economics of Risk and Uncertainty
406 Game Theory
409 Mathematical Economics
421 Economic Forecasting
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Middle Eastern Studies (685)
New Courses See Appendix #4
01:685:335 Tazieh (Passion Play): Religious Rituals, History, and Shiite Culture (3)
Description: Examination of the Persian Passion play Tazieh, its roots in Shiite history and its ritual and aesthetic dimensions.
01:685:336 History and Cultures of Iran (3)
Description: Introduction to Iranian civilization through its material and intellectual cultures. A diachronic view of various influences on Iran: Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christian, Buddhist, and Islamic.
01:685:445 Democracy and Reform in Post-Revolutionary Iran (3)
Description: Explores critical internal conflicts over the issues of democracy and reform within the Islamic Republic of Iran. Included are the nature of the 1979 Revolution, and the relationship between religion and the state in the post-revolutionary Iran.
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Philosophy (730)
New Course See Appendix #5
01:730:492 Philosophy Writing Tutorial (3)
Description: Intensive writing tutorial, intended to prepare individual papers for submission to an undergraduate philosophy journal or conference.
Prerequisite: Permission of Instructor.
Special Notation: Open to philosophy majors only.
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Physics (750)
Change in Special Notation
01:750:201-202 Extended General Physics (5,5)
From:
Special Notation: Lec. 2 hrs., workshop 1.5 hrs., lab. 3 hrs.
To:
Special Notation: Two 80-min. lecs., one 80-min. workshop, lab. 3hrs.
Reason: Existing special notation appears to be an inadvertent leftover error. This course was approved for two 80-minute lectures per week, and has had 80-minute lectures ever since we started offering it.
Delete
01:750:001 Physics for Sciences Lab
01:750:111-112 Contemporary Physics
01:750:168 Introduction to Physics Computing
01:750:171, 172,173,174 Topics in Physics
01:750:181,182,183,184 Physics Honors Seminar
01:750:300 Acoustics for Music
01:750:370 Science and Technology in Society
01:750:695 Advanced Topics in Mathematical Physics
Reasons: 01:750:001 and 01:750:695 have never existed. They were put into the Master Course List by Arun Mukherjee (I think, not sure) for some technical reason to mark the beginning and end of the Physics list. Arun doesnt remember the reason.
The other courses were discontinued many years ago and we have no plans to revive them.
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Political Science (790)
Change in Requisites
01:790:404 Politics of Criminal Justice (3)
From:
Prerequisite: None.
To:
Prerequisite: 790:201 OR 790:247 OR permission of instructor.
01:790:406 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights (3)
From:
Prerequisite: None.
To:
Prerequisite: 790:201 OR 790:247 OR permission of instructor.
Reason: To permit these classes to be taught effectively in a larger format, the Department seeks to ensure that all students have a prior foundational understanding of the American political and legal system. (790:201 is American Government; 790:247 is Law and Politics; these courses serve as the Departments two alternative introductions to this field; both are offered every semester, every summer, and in the evening at least one a year.)
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South Asian Studies (925)
Change in Credits
01:925:431-432 Introductory Sanskrit I,II
From: (3,3)
To: (4,4)
Reason: Sanskrit is a difficult language that requires intensive class-room instruction for success. Adding the extra credit and corresponding contact time will enable students to learn effectively. Other languages e.g. Bengali are already 4 credit.
Classics (190)
01:190:431-432 Introductory Sanskrit I,II
From: (3,3)
To: (4,4)
Reason: Crosslisted Course.
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