Urban + Environmental Policy + Planning
 
FALL 2011 COURSE OFFERINGS
 
REQUIRED CORE
 
UEP 0250-01 FOUNDATIONS OF PUBLIC POLICY AND PLANNING
 
Required core course for MA students. A conceptual and critical overview of public policy and planning theory, process, and practice. Provides an introduction to basic elements of public policy formation and application involving a range of environmental, social policy, and planning issues. This includes methods for analyzing policy and planning decisions, strategies for developing alternatives, examination of the role of values and empirical knowledge in setting policy agendas, and implementation.
 
Restrictions: UEP MA Students only
 
Time: Monday, Wednesday, 10:30-11:45 a.m.
 
Location: Sophia Gordon Hall
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Penn Loh
Weiping Wu
 
Call Number: 03410
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0252-01 CITIES IN SPACE, PLACE AND TIME
 
Required core course for MA students. Introduces students to the history and theory of cities and metropolitan regions focusing specifically on the actions of planners and policy-makers and how these actions shape our communities, neighborhoods, cities, regions, and world. The focus will be on the US, but the course will include comparisons to other systems (e.g., UK, Western Europe, Latin America, and China). The course will examine the urban and metropolitan fabric through the lens of work, family, transport and communications, energy, environmental conditions, physical structure, economics and trade. Race, class, gender, immigration, and culture change will serve as cross-cutting themes throughout the readings, lectures, and discussions. Particular attention will be paid to institutional actors and their responses – governments, business leaders, and community leaders.
 
Restrictions: UEP MA Students only
 
Time: Monday, Wednesday, 4:30-5:45 p.m.
 
Location: Barnum 104
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Barbara M. Parmenter
 
Call Number: 03412
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0254-01 QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR POLICY AND PLANNING
 
Required core course for M.A. and M.P.P. students. Introduction to the use of quantitative thinking. Designed to develop basic statistical skills as indispensable tools for policy research, planning and decision making. Students learn how to choose and apply statistical tools to data sources, when and how statistical tools can be used to analyze data, and how to interpret and understand others' quantitative research. Statistical software is used to facilitate learning through active application of statistical tools. Although prior coursework in statistics is not required, students are required to have a solid understanding of college-level algebra. Waiver permitted for students with an undergraduate major or substantial work-related experience in statistics subject to faculty approval. Prerequisite: College-level algebra
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Tuesday, 9:00-11:30 a.m.
 
Location: Anderson 212
 
Prerequisites: College-level Algebra
Instructors: 
Marji Erickson Warfield
 
Call Number: 03717
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0254-02 QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR POLICY AND PLANNING
 
See description under UEP 0254-01 above.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Thursday, 9:00-11:30 a.m.
 
Location: Anderson 212
 
Prerequisites: College-level Algebra
Instructors: 
Tatjana Meschede
 
Call Number: 03718
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0254-LA QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR POLICY AND PLANNING - LAB
 
Computer Lab section for UEP 254-01 and UEP 254-02
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Friday, 1:20-4:20 p.m.
 
Location: Eaton 208
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Staff - To be announced
 
Call Number: 03832
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0254-LB QUANTITATIVE REASONING FOR POLICY AND PLANNING - LAB
 
Computer Lab section for UEP 254-01 and UEP 254-02
 
Restrictions: 
 
Time: Tuesdays, 1:20 - 4:20 p.m.
 
Location: Eaton 208
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Staff - To be announced
 
Call Number: 04245
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0288-01 REFLECTIONS ON PUBLIC POLICY PRACTICE
 
Required core course for students in M.P.P. program. Seminar serves as the focal point for the integration of public policy issues with students' existing professional knowledge and skills. Includes readings and discussion of current literature on organizational development and leadership, as well as several "classics" in public policy. Core faculty members in UEP serve as guest lecturers presenting their public policy research and practice (half credit).
 
Restrictions: MPP students only.
 
Time: Wednesday, 4:30-5:45 p.m.
 
Location: Anderson 312
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
James Jennings
 
Call Number: 03423
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
ELECTIVES IN URBAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND PLANNING
 
UEP 0178-01 URBAN POLICY AND PLANNING
 
Open only to undergraduates. An introductory but comprehensive course on urban and environmental policy and planning issues, the functions of local and regional governments and their relationships to natural resources management and the United States legal system. Discussion of the framework for city and town management and land use planning and land use controls. Focus on the roles of federal, Tribal, state and local governments in urban and environmental policy. Discussion for planners and public administrators as key decision makers in the future of urban, suburban and rural growth, management and protection.
 
Restrictions: Undergraduates Only
 
Time: Wednesday, 4:10-6:40 p.m.
 
Location: Anderson 306
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Jon Witten
 
Call Number: 03395
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0200-01 LAND USE PLANNING I: NON-REGULATORY TOOLS AND TECHNIQUES
 
Public and private attempts to manage and control land use without resorting to traditional regulatory options such as zoning, subdivision control and other government-imposed restrictions on private property. (Regulatory controls are the focus of Land Use Planning II - UEP 201.) Non-regulatory techniques include, but are not limited to: deed restrictions, easements, reverter clauses, bargain sales, and “limited development” projects.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Monday, 1:30-4:00 p.m.
 
Location: Braker 222
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Jon Witten
 
Call Number: 03399
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0205-01 URBAN PLANNING AND DESIGN
 
The course gives 1) an overview of the history and practice of the planning and design professions, and 2) a hands-on design experience in group projects around the redevelopment of urban sites. The lecture component presents historical movements and current practices, from tenement reform and park planning to new urbanism and growth management, as well as the tools of urban design. The group projects focus on programming and designing the redevelopment of sites in Somerville, applying theories and practices learned.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Wednesday, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
 
Location: 97 Talbot Ave.
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Christine Cousineau
 
Call Number: 03400
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0207-01/CE 0207/ENV 0207 ENVIRONMENTAL LAW
 
(Co-listed with Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental Studies.) Role of the courts in shaping environmental policy and ways that the regulatory system connects policy objectives to legal directives. Role of science and economics in environmental law. Provides students with a solid introduction to the American legal system and the basic structure of many of the major environmental statutes.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Tuesday, 6:30-9:00 p.m.
 
Location: Anderson 112
 
Prerequisites: Seniors with consent.
Instructors: 
Robert Russell
 
Call Number: 03402
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0213-01 HOUSING POLICY
 
Overview of housing and community development programs and strategies -- past and present -- with a particular emphasis on problems of low income people, urban areas, and racial minorities. Focus on the political and economic interests that have shaped public policies and assessments of the major initiatives. Special emphasis on nonprofit community-based housing.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Friday, 9:00-11:30 a.m.
 
Location: 72 Professors Row
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
 
Call Number: 03403
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0223-01/NUTR 0215-01 FUNDAMENTALS OF U.S. AGRICULTURE
 
This course covers the major social, institutional and human aspects of the American agricultural system, both as it exists today as well as its historical development. After consideration of agricultural systems in general and of the values that underlie different concepts of agriculture, it covers some of the key historical forces that have made American agriculture what it is today, and the major role of the federal government, both past and present. The next part of the course deals with the economics of American agriculture as a whole and its large-scale structure, followed by an analysis of farming on the microlevel, emphasizing types of farms and farm-scale production economics.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Tuesday, 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
 
Location: Boston Campus
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Timothy Griffin
 
Call Number: 03404
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0240-01 U.S. SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY
 
Introduction to key characteristics of the U.S. social welfare state. Examination of the socio-historical foundations and political economy of social welfare including the role of interest groups, courts and public bureaucracies in molding U.S. social welfare. Special emphasis placed on policies and political issues related to poverty, race, and gender. Exploration of contemporary debates regarding devolution, privatization and the free-market, the role of faith-based organizations, and the role and politics of research.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing only.
 
Time: Monday, 1:20-4:20 p.m.
 
Location: Olin 11
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
James Jennings
 
Call Number: 03408
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0265-01/CE 0265/ENV 0265 CORPORATE MANAGEMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL ISSUES
 
(Co-listed with Department of Civil Engineering and Environmental Studies.) Explores companies' responses to pressure from stockholders, regulatory agencies, community and non-governmental organizations to exercise greater responsibility toward the environment. Topics include strategy, staffing and organization, decision making, codes of conduct, resources, program development, product responsibility, pollution prevention, trade associations, and foreign operations.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing only.
 
Time: Tuesday, Thursday, 12:00-1:15 p.m.
 
Location: Anderson 312
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Ann Rappaport
 
Call Number: 03416
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0278-01 ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE, SECURITY, AND SUSTAINABILITY
 
(Co-listed with Environmental Studies.) Examines the concept of social and environmental justice; the history and development of the U.S. environmental justice movement; racism, resource colonization and the destruction of indigenous and First People's cultures; the shape of environmental justice in different parts of the world; the specter of environmental insecurity; and the role of a much broadened concept of 'just sustainability' in shaping new sustainability discourses, ethics, policies, and plans for the twenty-first century.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Thursday, 1:30-4:00 p.m.
 
Location: Anderson 210
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Penn Loh
 
Call Number: 03420
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0279-01 WATER RESOURCES POLICY AND PLANNING AND WATERSHED MANAGEMENT
 
Presents a comprehensive approach to water resources management through the integration of environmental science and policy. Course examines groundwater, lake, riverine, wetland and coastal management issues and relies heavily on practical case studies to illustrate successful methods.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Friday, 9:00-11:30 a.m.
 
Location: 97 Talbot Ave.
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Scott Horsley
 
Call Number: 03421
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0294-16 SPECIAL TOPICS: PUBLIC HEALTH AND THE BUILT ENVIRONMENT
 
This course will explore the linkages between the built environment and human health from a policy and planning perspective, with a focus on urban health issues. The epidemics of asthma, diabetes, and obesity have focused new attention on the role played by suburban sprawl, transportation, and other built environment features on human health. This course will investigate a broad range of elements needed to foster healthy places, and will explore topics such as the active transportation, obesity, air quality, food insecurity, climate change, land use impacts, and health disparities, among many others. Through the class discussions, lectures, guest speakers, and weekly assignments, students will gain a broad understanding of modern environmental health problems. We will also explore health impact assessments and other policy and planning tools designed to better understand and improve public health in US cities. Students will have the opportunity to self-design certain aspects of the course to focus specifically on their interests through both the weekly applied tasks and the choice of project topic.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Wednesday, 1:30-4:00 p.m.
 
Location: Bromfield-Pearson 02
 
Prerequisites: UEP 254 or equivalent.
Instructors: 
Mary E. Davis
 
Call Number: 03721
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
ELECTIVES IN NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT AND PROFESSIONAL SKILLS
 
UEP 0256-01/CD 0247-01 PROGRAM EVALUATION
 
(Co-listed with Department of Child Development.) Purposes for, and types and techniques of, program evaluation. Study of the evaluation process, including design, implementation, and dissemination, with focus on development of relevant data collection, analysis, and report writing skills. Emphasis on learning to match individual programs with particular models of evaluation.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing only.
 
Time: Monday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
 
Location: Eliot-Pearson 157
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Fran Jacobs
 
Call Number: 03414
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0276-01 LEADERSHIP & ORGANIZATIONAL DEVELOPMENT
 
Integration of theory and practice. Substantial dialogue provides students the opportunity to develop personal insights into leadership styles. Exploration of concepts pertaining to leading organizations, group dynamics, organizational change, multi-cultural issues, and the use and misuse of power in a democratic society.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Wednesday, 6:00-9:00 p.m.
 
Location: 72 Professors Row
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Laurie Goldman
 
Call Number: 03719
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
 
 
UEP 0294-06 SPECIAL TOPICS: QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS FOR PLANNING & PUBLIC POLICY
 
Course introduces students to a suite of practical skills used in professional practice in the fields of planning and public policy, including case studies, field research, photography, focus groups, interviewing, and content analysis. Through hands-on course sessions and projects, students will learn to match a topic of inquiry with an appropriate method. After studying each skill set, students will have the opportunity to practice their new skills in real world environments through community-oriented projects.
 
Restrictions: Graduate standing or consent.
 
Time: Wednesday, 1:30-4:00 p.m.
 
Location: 97 Talbot Ave.
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Justin Hollander
 
Call Number: 03893
 
Syllabus: Download Syllabus
 
 
DIRECTED STUDIES
 
UEP 0291-01 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Julian Agyeman
 
Call Number: 03424
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-07 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Sheldon Krimsky
 
Call Number: 03429
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-10 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Jon Witten
 
Call Number: 03431
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-11 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Robert Russell
 
Call Number: 03432
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-12 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Justin Hollander
 
Call Number: 03433
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-13 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Barbara M. Parmenter
 
Call Number: 03434
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-14 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Mary E. Davis
 
Call Number: 03435
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0291-16 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Penn Loh
 
Call Number: 03436
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0292-04 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Laurie Goldman
 
Call Number: 03426
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0292-05 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Fran Jacobs
 
Call Number: 03427
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0292-06 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
James Jennings
 
Call Number: 03428
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0292-09 DIRECTED STUDIES
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Ann Rappaport
 
Call Number: 03430
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
THESIS / CAPSTONE
 
UEP 0295-01 THESIS / CAPSTONE
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Julian Agyeman
 
Call Number: 03439
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-03 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Rachel G. Bratt
 
Call Number: 03440
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-04 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Laurie Goldman
 
Call Number: 03441
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-05 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Fran Jacobs
 
Call Number: 03442
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-06 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
James Jennings
 
Call Number: 03443
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-07 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Sheldon Krimsky
 
Call Number: 03444
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-09 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Ann Rappaport
 
Call Number: 03445
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-10 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Jon Witten
 
Call Number: 03446
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-11 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Robert Russell
 
Call Number: 03447
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-12 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Justin Hollander
 
Call Number: 03448
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-13 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Barbara M. Parmenter
 
Call Number: 03449
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-14 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Mary E. Davis
 
Call Number: 03450
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-15 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Robert Burdick
 
Call Number: 03451
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-16 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Scott Horsley
 
Call Number: 03452
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-18 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Penn Loh
 
Call Number: 03454
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-19 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Mark Chase
 
Call Number: 03455
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-20 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Christine Cousineau
 
Call Number: 03456
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-21 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Weiping Wu
 
Call Number: 03723
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0295-22 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
 
Call Number: 03833
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-01 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Julian Agyeman
 
Call Number: 03457
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-03 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Rachel G. Bratt
 
Call Number: 03458
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-04 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Laurie Goldman
 
Call Number: 03459
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-05 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Fran Jacobs
 
Call Number: 03460
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-07 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
James Jennings
 
Call Number: 03461
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-08 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Sheldon Krimsky
 
Call Number: 03462
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-10 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Ann Rappaport
 
Call Number: 03463
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-11 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Jon Witten
 
Call Number: 03464
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-12 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Robert Russell
 
Call Number: 03465
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-13 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Justin Hollander
 
Call Number: 03466
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-14 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Barbara M. Parmenter
 
Call Number: 03467
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-15 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Mary E. Davis
 
Call Number: 03468
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-16 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Penn Loh
 
Call Number: 03469
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-17 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
Weiping Wu
 
Call Number: 03724
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0296-18 THESIS
 
 
Restrictions: Permission of instructor.
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
 
Call Number: 
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
MASTERS DEGREE CONTINUATION ONLY
 
UEP 0401-PT MASTERS DEGREE CONTINUATION - PART TIME
 
 
Restrictions: 
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
 
Call Number: 03470
 
Syllabus: 
 
 
 
 
UEP 0402-FT MASTERS DEGREE CONTINUATION - FULL TIME
 
 
Restrictions: 
 
Time: 
 
Location: 
 
Prerequisites: 
Instructors: 
 
Call Number: 03471
 
Syllabus: