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Information about courses not having had library instruction.

Dept

Course

Title

Pre-reqs, co-reqs, etc.

AEM

4300

International Trade Policy

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ECON 1110-ECON 1120 or equivalents and intermediate microeconomics course.

AEM

4310

Agricultural and Food Policy

Prerequisite: Either AEM 2600, PAM 2000, ECON 3010, ECON 3130, or equivalent. Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or graduate students.

AEM

4350

Political Economy of the WTO

Prerequsite: introductory microeconomics.

AEM

4380

Entrepreneurial Strategy for Technology Ventures

Enrollment limited to upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, or permission of instructor. If the course is full, you can sign up for the waitlist here:

https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_eKlqI7H5jTzhJ2d

 

AEM

4390

Technology Strategy

Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, or permission of instructor. If the course is full, you may sign up for the wait-list here:

https://cornell.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_56GP5sL6nydYKWh

 

AEM

4400

Retail Strategy

Prerequisite: AEM 2400 or equivalent. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4420

Emerging Markets

Prerequisite: AEM 2400, and PAM 2000, or ECON 3130 (now ECON 3030) or AEM 2600/2601. Enrollment limited to: seniors or graduate students. Course enrollment by application only - Email Carol Thomson (cmt8) if you'd like to enroll. Section 201 (Wednesday evening) is for Grad students only. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4421

Research and Strategy in Emerging Markets

Enrollment is limited to: AEM seniors and grad students only. AEM 4421 is offered only to those students who have been preselected to participate in the January 2015 SMART field research projects.

AEM

4460

Food Marketing Colloquium

Enrollment limited to: Food Marketing Fellows only.

AEM

4480

Executing Firm Strategy

Prerequisites: Dyson seniors only. Must have taken AEM 2240, AEM 2420, AEM 2601, AEM 3230 and a course in macroeconomics.

AEM

4500

Resource Economics

Prerequisite: MATH 1110, ECON 3130 (now ECON 3030), and familiarity with Excel. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4520

Advanced Accounting

Prerequisite: AEM 3360. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4530

Auditing and Assurance

Prerequisite: AEM 3360. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4532

Fraud Examination

Prerequisites: AEM 4530 or permission of instructor.

AEM

4550

Economics of Advertising

Prerequisite: AEM 2600 or Intermediate microeconomics, and Introductory statistics. Preference given to AEM juniors and seniors. Please answer short survey questions via this link:

http://tinyurl.com/AEM4550

. If you have any questions, please email Nicole Albright at nja35@cornell.edu.

AEM

4560

Federal Income Taxation of Business Entities, Estates and Trusts

Prerequisites: AEM 2210 or AEM 2225, or equivalent.

AEM

4570

Advanced Corporate Finance

Enrollment limited to: AEM majors. Prerequisite: AEM 3240 or 2240 - Finance.

AEM

4640

Economics of Agricultural Development

Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1120 or permission of instructor. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4660

Market Dynamics, Computer Simulation and Modeling

Prerequisite: An Undergraduate Accounting and Finance course. An upper level Financial Accounting course will be accepted in place of Finance. Juniors and Seniors only. If you are concurrently enrolled in one of the two required prerequisite classes, please contact the instructor to request an exception. Students not meeting prerequisites will be dropped. Once course is full, fill out the online form here:

http://tinyurl.com/AEM4660Spring2015EnrollmentReq

to be put on the waitlist.

AEM

4660

Market Dynamics, Computer Simulation and Modeling

Preference given to ENG and AEM majors. To be added to the waitlist, fill out the form here:

http://tinyurl.com/AEM4660

 

AEM

4940

Undergraduate Special Topics in Applied Economics and Management

Enrollment by application only.

AEM

4960

Applied Economics and Management Internship

Enrollment limited to AEM students only. Submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4960

Applied Economics and Management Internship

Enrollment limited to AEM students only. Submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4970

Individual Study in Applied Economics and Management

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4970

Individual Study in Applied Economics and Management

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 600. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4980

Supervised Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4981

Supervised Teaching: Accounting Course

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4981

Supervised Teaching: Accounting Course

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 651. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

4990

Undergraduate Research

EMPTY

AEM

1500

An Introduction to the Economics of Environmental and Natural Resources

Closed to Dyson School students (Dyson students can take AEM 2500). Preference given to ESS students. Students who have taken introductory microeconomics should enroll in AEM 2500. If you¿re unable to enroll and would like to be placed on the wait-list, please contact Suzanne Wapner at sw38@cornell.edu. Please include your major, year, and the reason you need this course this semester.

AEM

2000

Contemporary Controversies in the Global Economy

Seats for Juniors will open up on April 17th at 9am.

AEM

2010

Spreadsheet Modeling for Management and Economics

Enrollment limited to: AEM Majors ONLY, with preference given to Sophomores and Freshmen.

AEM

2010

Spreadsheet Modeling for Management and Economics

Enrollment limited to: AEM Majors only, with preference given to Sophomores and Freshmen. AEM rising Seniors will not be allowed to pre-enroll in April.

AEM

2050

Introduction to Agricultural and Development Finance

Recommended prerequisites: Calculus and/or statistics; a course in Economics. Students who have taken AEM 2240/2241 are not allowed to enroll in AEM 2050.

AEM

2100

Introductory Statistics

Enrollment preference given to: AEM Majors.

AEM

2210

Financial Accounting

Not open to freshman or Dyson students.

AEM

2210

Financial Accounting

Prerequisites: For non-Dyson Majors only. Must have sophomore standing or higher. Class is full, to be placed on the waitlist, fill out the online form here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1zaKAA5Ms9C6k5FX_H_i8f2a9iVYi-PQ5JPkiXoV3d5I/viewform?usp=send_form

 

AEM

2225

Financial Accounting For Dyson Majors

AEM 2225 is for Dyson majors only. Non-majors can enroll in AEM 2210.

AEM

2240

Finance

Prerequisite: AEM 2100, AEM 1200 and AEM 2210 or equivalents. Enrollment preference given to: AEM majors and minors. To be put on a waitlist, please fill out this doc:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/15FeD8d0rygzf8LWXoKZECdoklI4M_YwaSnR1gH6_vQw/viewform

 

AEM

2240

Finance for Dyson Majors

Prerequisite: AEM 2100, AEM 1200, and AEM 2210, or equivalents. Dyson undergraduates only.

AEM

2241

Finance

Prerequisites: AEM 2100, AEM 1200, and AEM 2210, or equivalents. Non-Dyson Majors only. Priority given to Dyson Minors and University-Wide Business Minors.

AEM

2400

Marketing

For non-AEM majors with sophomore standing or higher.

AEM

2480

Food and Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Dynamics

Prerequisite: AEM 2200/1200 and AEM 2400/2420 (Marketing can be taken in the same semester). Enrollment preference given to Dyson Students. To be put on a wait-list, email Professor Hawkes at rod.hawkes@cornell.edu and copy Pam Duffy at pjd222@cornell.edu.

AEM

2500

Environmental and Resource Economics

Prerequisite: ECON 1110. Enrollment preference will be given to students in majors that specifically require AEM 2500.

AEM

2600

Managerial Economics I

Prerequisite: ECON 1110, and MATH 1106, or MATH 1110. Open to Dyson School Majors only.

AEM

2601

Managerial Economics II

Prerequisite: prior enrollment in AEM 2600 or equivalent. AEM students only.

AEM

2700

Management Communication

Prerequisites: This course is for AEM majors only. ONLY AEM Freshmen will be able to enroll for the Spring.

AEM

2700

Management Communication

This course is for AEM majors only.

AEM

2770

Excursions in Computational Sustainability

Prerequisites:Students are expected to have basic knowledge of probability theory and calculus.

AEM

3020

Farm Business Management

Not open to freshman. This course is a prerequisite for AEM 4050 and 4270. On days farms are visited, the section period is 1:25-6:00 pm.

AEM

3040

Dairy Markets and Policy Seminar

This course requires sophomore or higher class standing and will be taught with recorded lectures online. There are no formal meeting times for lectures. Two to three physical discussion sections will be held during the semester. Students will be given a choice of 3 alternative days and times during a discussion section week.

AEM

3100

Business Statistics

Prerequisites: AEM 2100 or equivalent. Preference given to AEM students.

AEM

3120

Branding and Brand Management

Prerequisites: AEM 2420 or equivalents.

AEM

3200

Business Law I

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or graduate students. Preference given to: AEM Majors.

AEM

3210

Business Law II

Prerequisite: A course in business law, or permission of instructor. Enrollment is imited to: juniors, seniors, and graduate students.

AEM

3220

Digital Business Strategy

Preference given to: AEM Majors.

AEM

3230

Managerial Accounting

Prerequisite: AEM 2210 or equivalent. Priority given to AEM sophomores.

AEM

3260

Cooperative Business Management

Prerequisites: AEM 1200 or AEM 2200.

AEM

3270

Marketing-Operations Simulation

Prerequisite: AEM 2210 or permission of instructor. Its preferred that AEM 2400 and AEM 4480 were taken first as well. Preference given to: AEM Majors.

AEM

3280

Innovation and Dynamic Management

Enrollment limited to: seniors and grad students.

AEM

3290

International Agribusiness Study Trip

Prerequisite: previous business management or applied economics courses necessary. Course fee: Field study co-payment $750, scholarships available based on financial need. Students are selected with priority given to juniors and seniors in CALS. Open by application by October 24th.

AEM

3310

Introduction to Business Regulation

Prerequisite: Intermediate Micro at the level of ECON 3130, PAM 2000, or AEM 2600/AEM 2601; AEM 1200 or AEM 2200; AEM 3200 recommended but not required.

AEM

3320

Leadership and Management in Sports

Prerequisite: AEM 1200 or equivalent. Preference given to: AEM Majors.

AEM

3340

Women, Leadership, and Entrepreneurship

Enrollment limited to: juniors and seniors. Preference given to AEM Majors. You can add yourself to the wait list here:

http://tinyurl.com/kw4zn9x

 

AEM

3350

International Technology Marketing of Biotechnology

Prerequsite: ECON 1110 and BIOG 1109 or equivalents.

AEM

3360

Intermediate Accounting I

Prerequisite: AEM 2210 and AEM 3230. Preference given to AEM Majors. To be considered for enrollment in AEM 3360, please fill out the online form here:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1ZAX-XM08wIhGMaoS4EzaAE8qtiz__JeNMGKBScT-zA8/viewform

 

AEM

3370

Intermediate Accounting II

Prerequisite: AEM 3360.

AEM

3380

Social Entrepreneurs, Innovators, and Problem Solvers

Preference given to AEM Majors. Please email Lisa Biskup ldb5@cornell.edu, for information on enrolling.

AEM

3390

Research Methods in International Development

Prerequisites:AEM 2100 and Econ 1110 or equivalents.

AEM

3440

Consumer Behavior

Enrollment preference given to: AEM, Nutrition, and Human Ecology students.

AEM

3450

Sustainability Marketing

Prerequisites: AEM 2420 or AEM 2400 and AEM 2410 or permission of Instructor.

AEM

3500

Investments in the Global Economy

Prerequisites: AEM 2240.

AEM

3520

Financial Statements Analysis

Prerequisites: AEM 2225, AEM 2240, AEM 2010

AEM

4000

Practitioner's Overview of Securities Markets and Investment Banking

Enrollment preference given to: Sophomores and above in the AEM program. To request permission to enroll, please fill out this form:

http://tinyurl.com/AEM4000Spring2015EnrollmentReq

 

AEM

4010

Commercial Bank Management

Prerequisite: ECON 1110 or 1120. Enrollment preference given to: AEM juniors and seniors.

AEM

4020

Food and Brand Lab Workshop I

 

AEM

4021

Food and Brand Lab Workshop II

Preference given to AEM Majors. Please contact the Cornell Food & Brand Lab (foodandbrandlab@cornell.edu) for information on enrolling.

AEM

4040

Credit and Banking in Agriculture

Prerequisite: AEM 4050/2050 or AEM 2240, or equivalent. Admittance to Farm Credit Fellows Program.

AEM

4060

Risk Simulation and Optimization

Prerequisite: at least one course equivalent to AEM 3240 or AEM 4050 and at least one course in statistics; or instructor's permission. Priority given to AEM seniors and grad students. Working knowledge of Excel is required. Must bring laptop to class that has access to microsoft excel (Apple users must have PC compatibility).

AEM

4070

Advanced Financial Analytics with Applications in Agriculture and Development

Prerequisites: AEM 2010, AEM 2240, and a course in statistics/econometrics. Basic programming knowledge and statistical knowledge, or a course in programming (Python, C++, MATLAB, etc.) highly recommended and assumed. Appropriate for well qualified Dyson undergraduates, and students in a technical field such as Engineering/CS who have an interest in finance.

AEM

4110

Introduction to Econometrics

Prerequsite: AEM 2100 and either ECON 3130, AEM 2600 or equivalent.

AEM

4120

Computational Methods for Management and Economics

Prerequisite: AEM 2100 or equivalent. Primarily for juniors, seniors and M.S. degree candidates. Preference given to AEM Majors..

AEM

4140

Behavioral Economics and Managerial Decisions

Prerequisite: AEM 2600, ECON 3130 (now ECON 3030) or PAM 2000. Enrollment limited to: juniors and seniors. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4150

Price Analysis

Prerequisite: AEM 2100 or equivalent, ECON 3130 (now ECON 3030), PAM 2000 or AEM 2600/2601 or equivalent. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4160

Strategic Pricing

Prerequisite: AEM 2600 or Intermediate Microeconomics, and Introductory Statistics. Preference given to AEM juniors and seniors. Please answer short survey questions via this link:

http://tinyurl.com/AEM4160

. If you have any questions, please email Nicole Albright at nja35@cornell.edu.

AEM

4190

Strategic Thinking

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: Intermediate Microeconomics course such as AEM 2600, PAM 2000, ECON 3010, ECON 3030 (formerly 3130), or equivalents.

AEM

4210

Derivatives and Risk Management

EMPTY

AEM

4230

Contemporary Topics in Applied Finance

Prerequsite: ECON 1110, Math 1110 or equivalent, AEM 2100 or equivalent, AEM 3240. Enrollment limited to: AEM students.

AEM

4280

Valuation of Capital Investment

Prerequisite: AEM 2100 and 2240 or equivalents. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4290

International Financial Management

Prerequisite: AEM 2100 and 2240. Preference given to AEM Majors.

AEM

4990

Undergraduate Research

Enrollment limited to: students with GPA of at least 2.7. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 700. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AEM

6070

Advanced Financial Analytics with Applications in Agriculture and Development

Prerequisites: graduate standing. Basic programming knowledge and statistical knowledge, or a course in programming (Python, C++, MATLAB, etc.) highly recommended and assumed. Appropriate for graduate students in AEM, or graduate students in a technical field such as Engineering/CS who have an interest in finance.

AEM

6080

Production Economics

Prerequisite: ECON 3130 and MATH 1110 or equivalents.

AEM

6300

Policy Analysis: Welfare Theory, Agriculture, and Trade

requisites: Prerequisite: Either PAM 2000, ECON 3010, ECON 3030 (formerly 3130), or equivalent.

AEM

6320

Open Economy Analysis: Theory and Applications

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: ECON 3030 (formerly 3130)/ECON 3040 (formerly 3140) or permission of instructor

AEM

6390

Research Methods in International Development

Prerequisite: graduate standing.

AEM

6400

Analysis of Agricultural Markets

Prerequisite: AEM 4100 or 4150 or equivalent.

AEM

6480

Food and Consumer Packaged Goods Industry Dynamics

Prerequisites: Must be a Graduate student in the MPS-ABEIC Program

AEM

6510

Environmental and Resource Economics

Open to graduate students.

AEM

6940

Graduate Special Topics in Applied Economics and Management

Required for: First-year AEM PhD students.

AEM

6980

Supervised Graduate Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to graduate students. Any questions, please contact Linda Sanderson at LGM2@cornell.edu

AEM

6980

Supervised Graduate Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

AEM

6990

M.P.S. Research

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. students. Sign into your faculty section.

AEM

6990

M.P.S. Research

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. students.

AEM

7000

Individual Study in Applied Economics and Management

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Enroll under the faculty member that you are working with. Credit, class hours, and other details arranged with faculty member.

AEM

7000

Individual Study in Applied Economics and Management

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

AEM

7010

Applied Microeconomics I

 

AEM

7020

Applied Microeconomics II

Prerequsite: ECON 6090 and 6100, and AEM 7100. Enrollment limited to: Ph.D students.

AEM

7100

Econometrics I

Prerequisite: matrix algebra and statistical methods courses at level of ILRST 3110 or ECON 6190.

AEM

7130

Dynamic Optimization

Prerequsite: ECON 6090 and 6170.

AEM

7150

Applied Microeconomic Research I

Enrollment limited to and required for: all second-year AEM Ph.D. students.

AEM

7151

Applied Microeconomic Research II

Enrollment limited to and required for: AEM Ph.D. students.

AEM

7440

Advanced Consumer Research

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Enrollment preference given to: AEM, Nutritional Science, or Food Techonology students.

AEM

7500

Resource Economics

Prerequisite: ECON 6090 and 6180 or AEM 7130.

AEM

7510

Environmental Economics

Prerequisite: ECON 6090 and graduate-level econometrics.

AEM

7650

Development Microeconomics Graduate Research Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

AEM

7650

Development Microeconomics Graduate Research Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students with permission of instructor.

AEM

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students in a Ph. D. program before "A" Exam has been passed. Permission of graduate committee chair is required.

AEM

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students admitted specifically to a Master's program. Permission of committee chair is required.

AEM

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Permission of graduate committee chair is required.

AGSCI

2940

Introduction to Agricultural Machinery

To enroll, contact Bob Schindelbeck (rrs3@cornell.edu). The dates and times of the four lecture periods will be determined during the first lab. Most labs will involve working with farm equipment or touring farm environments so students should wear boots or sturdy shoes and casual clothes.

AGSCI

4960

Internship in Agricultural Sciences

You must have a designated internship advisor prior to enrollment. Contact Kari Richards(ksu2@cornell.edu) or stop by the office at 707 Bradfield, 255-0660. You submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

)

AGSCI

4960

Internship in Agricultural Sciences

You must have a designated internship advisor prior to enrollment. Contact Kari Richards(ksu2@cornell.edu) or stop by the office at 707 Bradfield, 255-0660. You must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

).

AIS

3330

Ways of Knowing: Indigenous and Local Ecological Knowledge

Enrollment limited to: Juniors, seniors, and grad students. Sophomores require permission of instructor (ksk28@cornell.edu).

AIS

3400

Contested Terrain: Hawaii

Enrollment limited to: students in Hawaii. Taught in Hawaii.

AIS

4970

Independent Study

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AIS

4970

Independent Study

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

AIS

6010

American Indian and Indigenous Studies Speaker Series

The class will occur every other Wed. unless otherwise specified.

AIS

6970

Independent Study in American Indian Studies

Sign up under faculty member's section with prior faculty approval. If you do not see your faculty member listed, contact 140 Roberts Hall.

AIS

6970

Independent Study in American Indian Studies

Sign into your faculty section. If your faculty member is not listed, please contact 140 Roberts Hall or the graduate school to add the faculty member.

ALS

3100

Foundations in Leadership: Skills for Professional Success and Life

Prerequisite: Junior or senior.

ALS

3200

Leadership and Global Service Learning - Pre Fieldwork Course

Pre-requisite: Students must undertake study abroad, fieldwork, research, internship or community engaged service-learning (in the US or in another country) by the end of the calendar year or have permission of instructor.

ALS

4000

Leadership for Campus Sustainability

Prerequisites: one or more courses with a sustainability focus or substantial involvement with sustainability programming.

ALS

4000

Leadership for Campus Sustainability

Prerequisites: one or more courses with a sustainability focus or substantial involvement with sustainability programming.

ALS

4940

Special Topics in Agriculture and Life Sciences

To enroll, contact Amy Kohut (aek44).

ALS

4960

Internship in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Not open to students who have earned internship credits elsewhere or in previous semesters. Students must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

4960

Internship in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Not open to students who have earned internship credits elsewhere or in previous semesters. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

4970

Independent Study in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

4970

Independent Study in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Assistant

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

4990

Undergraduate Research in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Students must register using independent study form (available in 140 Roberts Hall).

ALS

4990

Undergraduate Research in Agriculture and Life Sciences

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ALS

5100

Leadership Development for Life Scientists

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

ALS

5780

International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 1

Open to Graduate International Teaching Assistants. Priority given based on immediacy of TA assignment. No course audits allowed. One additional bimonthly meeting (time TBA) with instructor required.

ALS

5780

International Teaching Assistant Development Program Course 1

Enrollment open to: Graduate International Teaching Assistants. Enrollment preference given to: immediacy of TA assignment. No course audits allowed. One additional bi-monthly (time TBA) with instructor required.

ALS

6015

The Practice of Teaching in Higher Education

Contact instructor for a permission code.

ALS

6016

Teaching as Research in Higher Education

Prerequisite: ALS 6015, (students participating in CTE collaborative programming (i.e. CIRTL, Teagle and future faculty programs in City and Regional Sciences and Biological and Biomedical Sciences Graduate Research and Teaching Fellowship Program) may be required to enroll in this course in order to complete their program requirements. This course is part of the fulfillment of the CTE Biological and Biomedical Sciences (BBS) Graduate Research and Teaching Fellowship Program. It will also be part of CIRTL offerings and is being considered for requirements for an additional group of Teagle grant participants.)

ANSC

1105

Contemporary Perspectives on Careers in Animal Science

Enrollment limited to: freshman, sophomores, first year transfer standing.

ANSC

2120

Animal Nutrition

Prerequisite: CHEM 2080 or equivalent. Recommended prerequisite: ANSC 1100, ANSC 1150. If lab section is closed, see professor.

ANSC

2150

Exotic Avian Husbandry and Propagation

If course is full, see professor. Students may not add after the second lecture period.

ANSC

2210

Principles of Animal Genetics

Prerequisite: One year of college Biology.

ANSC

2400

Animal Reproduction and Development

Prerequsite: ANSC 1100-1160 or equivalent or one year introductory biology.

ANSC

2410

Animal Reproduction and Development Lab

Prerequisite or co-requisite: ANSC 2400.

ANSC

2500

Dairy Cattle Principles

This course is a prerequisite for ANSC 2510, 3510, 3540, 3550. If course is full, see professor.

ANSC

2650

Equine Biology and Management

Prerequisite: ANSC 1100 and ANSC 1160 or permission of instructor. If course is full, see professor.

ANSC

2720

Feline Reproduction

Recommended prerequisite: ANSC 2400.

ANSC

3310

Applied Dairy Cattle Genetics

Prerequisite: ANSC 2500, ANSC 2210.

ANSC

3400

Comparative Mammalian Reproduction

Prerequisites: ANSC 2400 Animal Reproduction and Development or equivalent.

ANSC

3450

Reproductive Physiology and Management of Dairy Cattle

Prerequisites: ANSC 2400 Animal Reproduction and Development.

ANSC

3510

Dairy Herd Management

Prerequisite: ANSC 2500 or permission of instructor. Recommend prerequisite: AEM 3020.

ANSC

3511

Junior Dairy Fellows

Prerequisite: ANSC 2500. Enrollment is limited to: at least junior standing.

ANSC

3540

Dairy Cattle Herd Health

Prerequisite: ANSC 2500 or permission of instructor.

ANSC

3550

Dairy Cattle Nutrition

Prerequsite: ANSC 2500 or permission of instructor.

ANSC

3700

Immunology in Animal Health and Disease

Prerequisite: Introduction to Biology. Informal discussion sections, TBA.

ANSC

3920

Mechanisms of Animal Growth and Development

Prerequsite: ANSC 1100-1160 or equivalent intro physiology courses.

ANSC

3980

Animals in Biomedical Research

Prerequisite: 1 yr Intro biology, ANSC 1100 or equivalent intro physiology course. Introduces features and applications of various animal models for biomedical research on human health and diseases.

ANSC

4000

Feeding the World: The Biological and Quantitative Analyses of Livestock and Crop Systems

Recommended prerequisite: at least one course in biology, in agriculture or in economics.

ANSC

4010

Dairy Industry Seminar

Enrollment limited to: Junior or senior standing.

ANSC

4020

Seminar in Animal Sciences

Enrollment is limited to: students engaged in undergraduate honors research projects.

ANSC

4110

Integrated Cattle Nutrition

Prerequisite: ANSC 1100 & ANSC 2120 or equivalent. Recommended prerequisite: ANSC 3550. Enrollment preference given to: juniors, seniors and entering graduate students. If course is full, see professor.

ANSC

4120

Whole-Farm Nutrient Management

Preferred prerequisite: ANSC 4110. Enrollment is limited to juniors, seniors, or graduate students.

ANSC

4140

Ethics and Animal Science

Enrollment is limited to: juniors or seniors.

ANSC

4270

Fundamentals of Endocrinology

See Professor if class is full.

ANSC

4400

Tools for a Lifelong Career in Research

Prerequisite: 20 credit hours in science and/or technology courses.

ANSC

4560

Dairy Management Fellowship

Enrollment limited to: senior standing. Prerequisite: ANSC 2500, ANSC 3510, AEM 3020, ANSC 3511 and ANSC 4510 or equivalent.

ANSC

4940

Special Topics in Animal Science

Prerequisite: ANSC 1100 or equivalent anatomy and physiology course see instructor).

ANSC

4960

Internship in Animal Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4960

Internship in Animal Science

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4970

Individual Study in Animal Science

Enrollment is limited to: students in animal sciences. Students must register using independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4970

Individual Study in Animal Science

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching in Animal Science

Prerequisite: GPA of at least 2.7. Students must register using independent study form Available online: (

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching in Animal Science

Prerequisite: GPA of at least 2.7. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4990

Undergraduate Research in Animal Science

Prerequisite: GPA of at least 2.7. Enrollment limited to: juniors or seniors. Not open to students who have earned 6 or more undergraduate research credits elsewhere in the college. Students must register using independent study form Available online: (

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

4990

Undergraduate Research in Animal Science

Prerequisite: GPA of at least 2.7. Enrollment limited to: juniors or seniors. Not open to students who have earned 6 or more undergraduate research credits elsewhere in the college. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ANSC

6100

Animal Science Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

ANSC

6190

Field of Nutrition Seminar

Prerequisite: NS 6190 / ANSC 6190.

ANSC

6190

Field of Nutrition Seminar

Prerequisite: NS 6190 / ANSC 6190.

ANSC

6210

Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

ANSC

6210

Reproductive Physiology/Endocrinology Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

ANSC

6220

Graduate Student Research Updates

Enrollment in the Animal Science Graduate Program.

ANSC

6220

Graduate Student Research Updates

Enrollment in the Animal Science Graduate Program.

ANSC

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students in a Ph.D. program only before A exam has been passed. Permission of instructor is required.

ANSC

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed. Permission of advisor is required.

ANSC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: master's students. Permission of advisor is required.

ANSC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required. Enrollment limited to: students admitted specifically to a master's program.

ANSC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students admitted to candidacy after A exam has been passed. Permission of advisor is required.

ANSC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required. Enrollment limited to: students admitted to candidacy after A exam has been passed.

BEE

1200

The BEE Experience

Enrollment limited to: Requirement for CALS BEE freshman. Not required for students who have completed an ENGRI course. Prerequisite: BEE majors or permission of instructor.

BEE

1510

Introduction to Computer Programming

Prerequisite or co-requisite: Math 1910 or equivalent.

BEE

2220

Bioengineering Thermodynamics and Kinetics

Prerequisite: MATH 1920, PHYS 2213, and a chemistry course completed or concurrent.

BEE

2510

Engineering for a Sustainable Society

Prerequisite or corequisite: Math 2930.

BEE

2600

Principles of Biological Engineering

Prerequisite or co-requisite: MATH 2930, 2 semesters of core biology major classes and the investigative lab or BIOG 1445.

BEE

3299

Sustainable Development

Enrollment limited to: at least sophomore standing. Course is web based.

BEE

3310

Bio-Fluid Mechanics

Prerequisite: ENGRD 2020 and engineernig math sequence.

BEE

3500

Biological and Bioenvironmental Transport Processes

Prerequisite or co-requisite: Math 2930 and fluid mechanics.

BEE

3600

Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering

Prerequisite: BEE 2600, biochemistry, linear algebra, ordinary differential equations, or permission of instructor.

BEE

3650

Properties of Biological Materials

Prerequisite or co-register: ENGRD 2020. Satisfies the BE laboratory experience requirement. If you are planning to use BEE 3650 in the Spring 2015 to satisfy your engineering lab requirement you need to email Brenda Marchewka at bls19 for a permission code before pre-enrollment opens in October/November. Enrollment in this course will reserve priority for seniors needing the course for lab requirements.

BEE

3710

Physical Hydrology for Ecosystems

Prerequsite: MATH 1920 or permission of instructor.

BEE

4010

Renewable Energy Systems

Prerequisite: BEE 2220 or ENGRD 2210, or BEE 3310 or CEE 3310.

BEE

4270

Water Measurement and Analysis Methods

Prerequisite: CEE 3310 or hydrology course.

BEE

4350

Principles of Aquaculture

Prerequisite: at least junior standing and one semester of physics and chemistry.

BEE

4500

Bioinstrumentation

Prerequisite: MATH 2940, introductory computing, two semesters of physics, statistics or permission of instructor. Satisfies both BE laboratory experience and BE capstone design requirement. If you are planning to use BEE 4500 in the Spring 2015 to satisfy your engineering lab requirement you need to email Brenda Marchewka at bls19 for a permission code before pre-enrollment opens in October/November. Enrollment in this course will reserve priority for seniors needing the course for lab (or, in this case, lab or capstone) requirements.

BEE

4530

Computer-Aided Engineering: Applications to Biomedical Processes

Satisfies BE capstone design requirement. Satisfies College of Engineeing technical writing requirement. Prerequisite: heat and mass transfer (BEE 3500 or equivalent).

BEE

4550

Biologically Inspired Microsystems Engineering

Prerequisite: One year of biology, thermodynamics course, or co-registration in BEE 3500 or permission of instructor.

BEE

4590

Biosensors and Bioanalytical Techniques

Prerequisite: Biochemistry. Permission of instructor is required.

BEE

4600

Deterministic and Stochastic Modeling in Biological Engineering

Prerequisite: MATH 2930, MATH 2940, BEE 3500 or equivalent, MATLAB, Mass and Energy Balances, or permission of instructor.

BEE

4640

Bioseparation Processes

Pre-reqs: intro biochem, physics, calculus, BEE 2600 or equivalent or permission of instructor.

BEE

4710

Introduction to Groundwater

Prerequisites: fluid mechanics or hydrology course.

BEE

4730

Watershed Engineering

Prerequisite: CEE 3310 or hydrology course.

BEE

4740

Water and Landscape Engineering Applications

Prerequisite: CEE 3310 or hydrology course or permission of instructor. Satisfies BE and EnvE capstone design requirement.

BEE

4750

Environmental Systems Analysis

Prerequisite: BEE 2510 or BEE 2600 or permission of instructor.

BEE

4760

Solid Waste Engineering

Prerequisites: BEE 3500 or CEE 3510 or permission of instructor.

BEE

4800

Our Changing Atmosphere: Global Change and Atmospheric Chemistry

Prerequisites:CHEM 2070 or 2090, MATH 1920, PHYS 1112 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BEE

4810

LRFD - Based Engineering of Wood Structures

Prerequisite: ENGRD 2020. Satisfies BE capstone design requirement when co-registered in BEE 4960.

BEE

4860

Industrial Ecology of Agriculturally Based Bioindustries

Prerequisite: One year of calculus, some knowledge of MATLAB.

BEE

4890

Entrepreneurial Management for Engineers

Prerequisite: junior standing or higher.

BEE

4940

Special Topics in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Prerequisites: CSS 3650 or EAS 3030 (for undergrads only).

BEE

4940

Special Topics in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Prerequisite: thermodynamics. Pre or co-req: mass transport.

BEE

4960

Capstone Design in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Co-register: BEE 4810.

BEE

4970

Individual Study in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Written permission of instructor and adequate ability and training for work proposed. Students from all colleges must register using independent study form available at

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

.

BEE

4970

Individual Study in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not enroll in section 601. You will be enrolled in the course after submitting the form online.

BEE

4971

Engineers Without Borders Independent Study

Students from all colleges must submit an independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

BEE

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must register using independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). See department office for course ID specific to your project advisor .

BEE

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not enroll in section 601. You will be enrolled in the course after submitting the form online.

BEE

4990

Undergraduate Research

Prerequisite: adequate training for work proposed and written permission of instructor. Students from all colleges must register using independent study form available at

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

.

BEE

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not enroll in section 701. You will be enrolled in the course after submitting the form online.

BEE

4993

Honors Thesis

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not enroll in section 701. You will be enrolled in the course after submitting the form online.

BEE

5010

Bioengineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors or graduate students. Students must attend 10 seminars in the broad field of Bioengineering. If you have added the course you are also required to sign up for the course on Blackboard - BME 5010 to receive additional announcements and link to seminars. Seminars attended at a scientific meeting or conference may also be included. In order to receive credit for the course a list of seminars attended (date, speaker, title of seminar) and a two-sentence summary for each will be due by the last day of class for the semester. This list must be uploaded to the course Blackboard assignment page. It will not be accepted in any other manner.

BEE

5010

Bioengineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors or graduate students. Students must attend 10 seminars in the broad field of Bioengineering. If you have added the course you are also required to sign up for the course on Blackboard - BME 5010 to receive additional announcements and link to seminars. Seminars attended at a scientific meeting or conference may also be included. In order to receive credit for the course a list of seminars attended (date, speaker, title of seminar) and a two-sentence summary for each will be due by the last day of classes on Saturday, December 1, 2011. This list must be uploaded to the course Blackboard assignment page. It will not be accepted in any other manner.

BEE

5330

Engineering Professionalism

Enrollment limited to: graduate students with accredited engineering degree or senior who will graduate with accredited engineering degree.

BEE

5400

Engineering Ethics and Professional Practice

Prerequisites: Graduate level or senior standing.

BEE

5901

M.P.S. Project

Requirement for: M.P.S. candidates in field.

BEE

5902

M.P.S. Project

Prerequisite: requirement of each M.P.S. candidate in the field.

BEE

5952

Master of Engineering Design Project

Enrollment limited to: students in M.Eng. degree program.

BEE

6550

Biologically Inspired Microsystems Engineering

Prerequisite: Thermodynamics course and permission of instructor.

BEE

6640

Sustainable Bioenergy Production on Marginal Lands of New York and the Northeast

Prerequisites: Open to graduate students and upper level undergraduate students.

BEE

6940

Graduate Special Topics in Biological and Environmental Engineering

Graduate standing or permission of instructor.

BEE

7000

Orientation to Graduate Study

Enrollment limited to: newly joining graduate students in BEE.

BEE

7540

Water Management in an Era of Growing Water Scarcity

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructors.

BEE

7600

Nucleic Acid Engineering

Enrollment limited to: graduate students, seniors by permission of instructor.

BEE

7710

Soil and Water Engineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor. Co-meets with EAS 7990.

BEE

7710

Soil and Water Engineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

BIOAP

3110

Principles of Animal Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOG 1500 and BIOG 1440 or BIOG 1445 or one year of college biology; one year chemistry and mathematics or equivalent AP credit. Recommended prerequisite: previous or concurrent physics course.

BIOAP

3160

Cellular Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 1350; or previous or concurrent enrollment in BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310 and BIOMG 3320, or BIOMG 3330.

BIOAP

3190

Animal Physiology Experimentation

Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIOAP 3110.

BIOAP

4130

Histology: The Biology of the Tissues

Prerequisite: BIOMG 1350. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3310, or equivalent.

BIOAP

4140

Principles of Pharmacology

Prerequisites: Animal Physiology (BIOAP 3110) or Human Anatomy and Physiology (NS 3410).

BIOAP

4270

Fundamentals of Endocrinology

See Professor if class is full.

BIOAP

4580

Mammalian Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOAP 3110 or BIOG 1440 with permission of instructor. Recommended for biological sciences majors, pre-med and pre-vet students, and beginning graduate students in physiology, engineering, nutrition, and animal science.

BIOAP

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

BIOAP

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOAP

6100

By Scientific Design: Skill Building for a Career in the Life Sciences

 

BIOAP

7200

Animal Physiology and Anatomy Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in the field of physiology.

BIOAP

7200

Animal Physiology and Anatomy Seminar

Enrollment is limited to: graduate students in the field of physiology.

BIOEE

1250

Biology Seminar

Shuttle pick-up to the Lab of Ornithology.

BIOEE

1780

An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity

4 -5 credit class. 5 credit involves writing component and 2 discussion sections per week; limited to 15 students per section in 5 credit option; interested students complete application first day of class.

BIOEE

1780

An Introduction to Evolutionary Biology and Diversity

Biological sciences majors are required to take this course for a letter grade. Students interested in the 5-credit option must complete the application first day of class. 5 credit option involves writing component and a discussion section that meets twice per week; limited to 15 students in each section of the 5-credit option. Priority for enrollment given to freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students.

BIOEE

2070

Evolution

Intended for students with no background in college biology. May not be taken for credit after BIOEE 1780. Does not meet evolutionary biology requirement for biological sciences major.

BIOEE

2740

The Vertebrates: Structure, Function, and Evolution

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses. Course Fee: $25.

BIOEE

3510

Conservation Oceanography

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BIOEE

3610

Advanced Ecology

Prerequisite: One semester of calculus and BIOEE 1610 or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Biological sciences majors in the EEB concentration must take course for a letter grade.

BIOEE

3611

Field Ecology

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOEE 1610. Limited to 22 students. One weekend field trip.

BIOEE

3620

Dynamic Models in Biology

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses and completion of mathematics requirements for biological sciences major or equivalent.

BIOEE

3690

Chemical Ecology

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one semester introductory chemistry for majors or nonmajors or equivalents, or permission of instructor.

BIOEE

3750

The Vertebrates: Advanced Topics in Morphology, Development, and Evolution

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOEE 2740 or equivalent.

BIOEE

4460

Plant Behavior - Induced Plant Responses to Biotic Stresses, Lectures

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1610 or permission of instructor.

BIOEE

4530

Speciation: Genetics, Ecology, and Behavior

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1780 and BIOMG 2800 or equivalents, or permission of instructor. Limited to 40 students.

BIOEE

4550

Insect Ecology

Recommended Prerequisite: ENTOM 2120 or BIOEE 1610 or permission of instructor.

BIOEE

4571

Limnology: Ecology of Lakes, Laboratory

Letter grades only; S-U grades by permission of instructor. Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOEE 4570. Fee for food on field trip: $20. One weekend field trip. Optional vertebrate dissection (fish) during one laboratory exercise and during a portion of the weekend field trip.

BIOEE

4620

Marine Ecosystem Sustainability

Letter grades, S/U grades with permission of instructor. Limited to 50 students.

BIOEE

4690

Food, Agriculture, and Society

Prerequisite: introductory ecology course or permission of instructor. Limited to 20 students.

BIOEE

4700

Herpetology, Lectures

Recommended prerequisite: BIOEE 2740 or BIOSM 2740.

BIOEE

4701

Herpetology, Laboratory

Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIOEE 4700. Course fee: $30.

BIOEE

4760

Biology of Fishes

Limited to 24 students. Recommended BIOEE 2740 or equivalent experience in vertebtrate zoology. Letter grades, S-U by permission only. Small lab fee may be required. Two field trips, including one full-day weekend trip required. Live animals are studied in the field and are sometimes used in the lab for nondesctructive demonstrations or experiments. The systematics and dissection labs used preserved specimens.

BIOEE

4780

Ecosystem Biology

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1610 or equivalent.

BIOEE

4790

Paleobiology

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses and either BIOEE 2740, BIOSM 3730, EAS 3010, or permission of instructor.

BIOEE

4920

Special Topics in Ocean Biodiversity: Ocean Biodiversity Research Apprenticeship

Prerequisites: Intro Biology or Intro Oceanography, and permission of instructor. This course is part of an off campus program at Friday Harbor Marine Labs that provides field research experience for advanced students in marine biology. You must apply to be accepted to the program by contacting the course coordinator Reyn Yoshioka (rmy27@cornell.edu).

BIOEE

4930

Marine Invertebrate Biodiversity

Prerequisites: Intro Biology or equivalent. This course is part of an off campus program at Friday Harbor Marine Labs that provides field research experience for advanced students in marine biology. You must apply to be accepted to the program by contacting the course coordinator Reyn Yoshioka (rmy27@cornell.edu).

BIOEE

4940

Special Topics in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Prerequisites: This course is part of an off campus program at Friday Harbor Marine Labs that provides field research experience for advanced students in marine biology. You must apply to be accepted to the program by contacting the course coordinator Reyn Yoshioka (rmy27@cornell.edu).

BIOEE

4980

Teaching Experience

Limited enrollment. Prerequisites: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

BIOEE

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOEE

7570

Seminar in Spatial Population Ecology

Undergraduates must have permission of instructor.

BIOEE

7600

Special Topics in Evolution and Ecology

May be repeated for credit.

BIOEE

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.

BIOEE

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduates. May be repeated for credit.

BIOEE

7670

Current Topics in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduate students.

BIOEE

7800

Graduate Seminar in Ornithology

Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.

BIOEE

8990

M.S. Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology.

BIOEE

8990

M.S. Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: students in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology. Sign into your faculty member's section.

BIOEE

9990

Ph.D. Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. students in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology.

BIOEE

9990

Ph.D. Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. students in the field of ecology and evolutionary biology. Sign into your faculty section.

BIOG

1014

Academic Support for BIOG 1140: Foundations of Biology

Corequisite: BIOG 1140.

BIOG

1200

Biology Scholars Program Freshman Seminar

Enrollment is limited to: members of the biology scholoars program.

BIOG

1200

Biology Scholars Program Freshman Seminar

Enrollment limited to: members of the Biology Scholars Program.

BIOG

1440

Introductory Biology: Comparative Physiology

Biological Science majors are required to take this course for a letter grade. Enroll through LEC and then choose your section. If you have questions concerning enrollment in this course please email slf42@cornell.edu. I will add you to the waitlist. Please send me in order of preference 3 section days and times that will work with your schedule. Continue to watch for an opening until Friday, November 14. On January 12, 2015, this course will be changed to instructor consent, this will require a permission code to enroll in this course. I will notify you if we can accommodate your request.

BIOG

1440

Introductory Biology: Comparative Physiology

Biological Science majors are required to take this course for a letter grade. Students enroll through the lecture then choose their discussion section. 1st Day of lecture this course will change to instructor consent and require a permission code to enroll.

BIOG

1445

Introduction to Comparative Physiology, Individualized Instruction

Course will change to instructor consent and require a permission code to enroll after first lecture. No admittance after first week. Alternate section for those with T 9:05-9:55AM course conflict. Contact course at biog1445@cornell.edu for consent to enroll.

BIOG

1445

Introduction to Comparative Physiology, Individualized Instruction

Course will change to instructor consent and require a permission code to enroll on Thursday, August 28. No admittance after first week.

BIOG

1500

Investigative Biology Laboratory

Biological sciences majors are required to take this course for a letter grade. First day of lecture is Tuesday 01/27/15. If you are 10 minutes late for your lab section you will forfeit your lab spot. First lab will be 1/27/15. If you are 10 minutes late for your lab section you will forfeit your lab spot. First lab will be 1/28/15. If you are 10 minutes late for your lab section you will forfeit your lab spot. First lab will be 1/29/15.

BIOG

1500

Investigative Biology Laboratory

Biological Sciences majors are required to take this course for a letter grade.

BIOG

2000

Special Studies in Biology

Written permission from Office of Undergraduate Biology, required. Students must register in 216 Stimson Hall.

BIOG

2200

Biology Scholars Program Sophomore Seminar

Enrollment limited to: members of the biology scholars program.

BIOG

2990

Introduction to Research Methods in Biology

Students from all colleges must register for course by completing an independent study form available online at

http://biology.cornell.edu/forms-and-docs

.

BIOG

2990

Introduction to Research Methods in Biology

Students from all colleges must register for course by completing an Independent Study Form on-line at

http://biology.cornell.edu/forms-and-docs

.

BIOG

4980

Teaching Experience

EMPTY

BIOG

4990

Independent Undergraduate Research in Biology

Prerequisite: one semester of BIOG 2990 or equivalent or permission of instructor and Office of Undergraduate Biology. Register for course by filling out the online enrollment form at

http://biology.cornell.edu/forms-and-docs

 

BIOG

4990

Independent Undergraduate Research in Biology

Students from all colleges must register for course by completing an Independent Study Form on-line at

http://biology.cornell.edu/forms-and-docs

.

BIOMG

1290

Personal Genomics and Medicine: Why Should You Care About What's in Your Genes

Everybody welcome, but freshman and sophomores particularly encouraged. No Auditors.

BIOMG

1320

Orientation Lectures in Molecular Biology and Genetics

Intended for freshmen, sophomores, and transfer students. Class will meet on January 24th, January 31st and February 7th.

BIOMG

1350

Introductory Biology: Cell and Developmental Biology

Biological science majors must take this course for a letter grade.

BIOMG

1350

Introductory Biology: Cell and Developmental Biology

Biological science majors must take this course for a letter grade. Questions about the course write to biomg1350@cornell.edu.

BIOMG

2800

Lectures in Genetics and Genomics

Highly recommended: problem-solving sessions.

BIOMG

2800

Lectures in Genetics and Genomics

Problem Solving Sessions are strongly recommended: Tuesday or Wednesday 8:30 - 10:00 AM. (3rd Session by arrangement with instructor).

BIOMG

2801

Laboratory in Genetics and Genomics

Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIOMG 2800; BIOG 1500 strongly recommended as pre-requisite. Not open to freshman, fall semester. Biological sciences majors must take course for a letter grade. Course has an evening prelim.

BIOMG

2801

Laboratory in Genetics and Genomics

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOMG 2800; BIOG 1500 strongly recommended as pre-requisite. Not open to freshman, fall semester. Biological sciences majors must take course for a letter grade. Course has an evening prelim.Course may not be added after the 1st week of class.

BIOMG

3300

Principles of Biochemistry, Individualized Instruction

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one year general chemistry and any of the following organic chemistry courses: CHEM 1570, or CHEM 3530, or CHEM 3570, or CHEM 3590, or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Recommended corequisite: BIOMG 3340. Biological sciences majors must take course for a letter grade. Organization meeting Wednesday, Jan. 21st, 4:30 P.M., BKL 200. Attendance is required.

BIOMG

3300

Principles of Biochemistry, Individualized Instruction

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one year general chemistry and any of the following organic chemistry courses: CHEM 1570, or CHEM 3530, or CHEM 3570, or CHEM 3590, or equivalent, or permission of instructor. Recommended corequisite: BIOMG 3340.Biological sciences majors must take course for a letter grade. Organizational meeting: Tuesday, Aug 26th, 4:30-5:30 P.M., BKL 200. Attendance is required.

BIOMG

3310

Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins and Metabolism

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one year general chemistry, and CHEM 1570, or CHEM 3530, or CHEM 3570, or CHEM 3590, or equivalent, or permission of instructor. The organic chem pre-requisite should be completed before taking BIOMG 3310. An optional discussion section is held on most Fridays from 2:55-3:45pm focusing on issues such as application to medical school or graduate school, and undergraduate research..Evening Prelim. View Prelim Schedule:

http://registrar.sas.cornell.edu/Sched/exams.html

.

BIOMG

3320

Principles of Biochemistry: Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course; prerequisite or corequisite: one course in organic chemistry; or permission of instructor. May not be taken for credit after BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3330 or BIOMG 3350.

BIOMG

3340

Computer Graphics and Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3330 , BIOMG 3350 , BIOMG 3310 /BIOMG 3320 (BIOMG 3320 may be taken concurrently), or corequisite: BIOMG 3300.

BIOMG

3340

Computer Graphics and Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3330 , BIOMG 3350 , BIOMG 3310 /BIOMG 3320 (BIOMG 3320 may be taken concurrently), or corequisite: BIOMG 3300.

BIOMG

3350

Principles of Biochemistry: Proteins, Metabolism, and Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course; and one year general chemistry, and CHEM 1570, or CHEM 3570-3580; or equivalents, or permission of instructor. CHEM 3580 may be co-registration. May not be taken for credit after BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310, BIOMG 3320, BIOMG 3330 or NS 3200. Biological sciences majors must take course for a letter grade.

BIOMG

3800

Advanced Genetics and Genomics

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BIOMG

3850

Developmental Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 or permission of instructor.

BIOMG

4000

Genomics

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses and BIOMG 2800 or BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350, or 3310/3320, or permission of instructor.

BIOMG

4320

Survey of Cell Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3330 or BIOMG 3350 or BIOMG 3310; previous or co-registration in BIOMG 3320, or equivalent. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and 2801. Undergraduate students must enroll in this course for letter grade; graduate students may enroll either for letter grade or S-U option.

BIOMG

4330

Research Papers in Cell Biology

Concurrent enrollment in BIOMG 4320 (expected),or previous BIOMG 4320 with B grade or higher, or consent of instructor.

BIOMG

4350

Undergraduate Biochemistry Seminar

Enrollment is limited to: upper-classman. Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350 or 3310/3320, or written permission of instructor.

BIOMG

4350

Undergraduate Biochemistry Seminar

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350, or 3310/3320, or written permission of instructor. Enrollment limited to: upper-classmen. Organizational meeting, first Tuesday of the semester, 4:30P 458 Biotech.

BIOMG

4370

Regulation of Cell Proliferation, Senescence, and Death

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses and BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350, or 3310/3320. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and 4320.

BIOMG

4380

The RNA World

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350, or 3310/3320 or permission of instructor.

BIOMG

4400

Laboratory in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Prerequisites: BIOMG 3300, or BIOMG 3330, or BIOMG 3350, or BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320 (at least one of BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320 completed but one may be taken concurrently). Priority given to undergraduate biology majors in Biochemistry or Molecular and Cell Biology programs of study and to graduate students with a minor in field of biochemistry. Graduate students must enroll by permission only. Limited enrollment. (Please email instructor at htn2@cornell.edu to be placed on wait-list.)

BIOMG

4400

Laboratory in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or BIOMG 3330, or BIOMG 3350, or BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320 (at least one of BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320 completed but one may be taken concurrently). Priority given to undergraduate biology majors in Biochemistry or Molecular and Cell Biology programs of study and to graduate students with a minor in field of biochemistry. Graduate students must enroll by permission only. Limited enrollment. Please email instructor to be placed on wait-list.

BIOMG

4450

Stem Cell Biology: Basic Science and Clinical Applications

Prerequisite: BIOMG 4320 or BIOMG 3850 or permission of instructor. S-U grades by permission of instructor.

BIOMG

4610

Development and Evolution

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1780, BIOMG 2810, BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3320, or 3350. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3850.

BIOMG

4810

Population Genetics

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800, BIOEE 1780, or equivalents.

BIOMG

4831

Concepts and Techniques in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

BIOMG

4870

Human Genomics

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800.

BIOMG

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Note: Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOMG

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. S-U or letter grades by permission of the instructor. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOMG

6310

Protein Structure and Function

 

BIOMG

6330

Biosynthesis of Macromolecules

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or BIOMG 3330, or BIOMG 3350, or BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 2800.

BIOMG

6360

Functional Organization of Eukaryotic Cells

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300, or 3330, or 3350, or 3310/3320, and 4320, or equivalents.

BIOMG

6390

The Nucleus

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or 3330 or 3350 or 3310/3320, or equivalent. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 2800.

BIOMG

6410

Laboratory in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 or equivalent, BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3330 or BIOMG 3350 or BIOMG 3310 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BIOMG

7510

Ethical Issues and Professional Responsibilities

Enrollment limited to: graduate students beyond first year. Organizational meeting January, TBA.

BIOMG

7800

Current Topics in Genetics and Development

Organization meeting TBA. Enrollment limited to: graduate students in the Field of Genetics.

BIOMG

7800

Current Topics in Genetics and Development

Organization meeting TBA. Enrollment limited to: 1st year graduate students in the Field of Genetics. This class will be team-taught by multiple field faculty members.

BIOMG

7810

Problems in Genetics and Development

Enrollment limited to: first year graduate students in the field of Genetics & Development.

BIOMG

7860

Research Seminar in Genetics and Development

Enrollment limited to and required for: second-year and beyond graduate students in genetics and development.

BIOMG

7860

Research Seminar in Genetics and Development

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in Genetics & Development.

BIOMG

7870

Seminar in Genetics and Development

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in Genetics and Development.

BIOMG

7870

Seminar in Genetics and Development

Enrollment limited to: students in Genetics & Development.

BIOMG

7940

Current Topics in Biochemistry

Three 2-hour sessions to be held once a week. Day and time will be determined to accommodate participants' schedule. Organization meeting TBA.

BIOMG

7940

Current Topics in Biochemistry

Organization meeting TBA. Enrollment is limited to 1st year graduate students in the Field of Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology. This class will be team-taught by multiple field faculty members.

BIOMG

8300

Biochemistry Seminar

Enrollment limited to: graduate students majoring in field of biochemistry, molecular and cell Biology.

BIOMG

8300

Biochemistry Seminar

Enrollment limited to: students in Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology(BMCB)

BIOMG

8310

Advanced Biochemical Methods I

Students must register for both labs. Enrollment only open to 1st year BMCB students. Organizational meeting: first Friday of the semester.

BIOMG

8320

Advanced Biochemical Methods II

Enrollment limited to and required for: first-year graduate students in field of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology.

BIOMG

8330

Research Seminar in Biochemistry

Enrollment limited to and required for: second-, third-, and fourth-year graduate students majoring in field of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology.

BIOMG

8340

Quantitative Biology for Molecular Biology and Genetics

Enrollment limited to: first-year Ph.D. students in the graduate fields of biochemistry, molecular and cell biology, or genetics and development. For all other students, permission of instructor is required.

BIOMG

8370

Problems in Biochemistry, Molecular, and Cell Biology

Enrollment limited to: first semester Ph.D. students in the Graduate Field of BMCB.

BIOMG

8380

Scientific Communication in BMCB

Enrollment limited to: second-year graduate students majoring in The Field of Biochemistry, Molecular and Cell Biology. All other students, permission of instructor is required. Organization meeting the first week of classes.

BIOMI

2600

Microbiology of Human Contagious Diseases

Prerequisites: One semester of introductory biology or equivalent.

BIOMI

2900

General Microbiology Lectures

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology for majors and one year college chemistry, or equivalent. Highly recommended prerequisite: co-requisite in BIOMI 2911.

BIOMI

2911

General Microbiology Laboratory

Prerequisite or co-requisite: BIOMI 2900.

BIOMI

2911

General Microbiology Laboratory

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOMI 2900.

BIOMI

3310

General Parasitology

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology.

BIOMI

3500

Biological Oceanography and Ocean Biogeochemistry

Prerequisite: Introductory biology for majors; BIOG/BIOEE 1610; or permission of instructor.

BIOMI

3940

Applied and Food Microbiology

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and BIOMI 2910 or BIOMI 2911.

BIOMI

4040

Pathogenic Bacteriology

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and 2910.

BIOMI

4100

Introduction to Chemical and Environmental Toxicology

Prerequisites: Introductory Biology and General Chemistry. Organic chemistry recommended.

BIOMI

4140

Prokaryotic Diversity

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and BIOMI 2910. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3310 or BIOMG 3330.

BIOMI

4850

Bacterial Genetics

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2810. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and BIOMG 3300, 3330 or 3350, or 3310/3320.The optional 1 credit is for registered students with permission of instructor to review literature. Enrollment for 1 credit extra discussion option will occur at first lecture; Email jep48 with questions.

BIOMI

4900

Senior Seminar in Microbiology

BIOMI 2900 and 2911 and completion or concurrent enrollment in upper level Microbiology course or permission of instructor.

BIOMI

4980

Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOMI

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOMI

6100

Introduction to Chemical and Environmental Toxicology

Prerequisite: grad standing or permission of instructor.

BIOMI

6901

Prokaryotic Biology: Bacterial Structure and Function

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in Microbiology or a related discipline, or permission of instructor.

BIOMI

6902

Prokaryotic Biology: Environmental Microbiology

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in Microbiology or a related discipline, or permission of instructor.

BIOMI

6903

Prokaryotic Biology: Bacterial Physiology/Diversity

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in Microbiology or a related discipline or permission of the instructor.

BIOMI

6906

Prokaryotic Biology: Viral Diversity and Ecology

Prerequisite: introductory biology course.

BIOMI

7910

Advanced Topics in Microbiology

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in microbiology.

BIOMI

7910

Advanced Topics in Microbiology

Enrollment limited to: graduate students in microbiology.

BIOMI

7970

Scientific Communication Skills

Requirement for: graduate students in graduate field of microbiology for first two semesters; third semester optional.

BIOMI

7970

Scientific Communication Skills

Requirement for: graduate students in graduate field of microbiology for first two semesters. Third semester optional.

BIOMI

7980

Graduate Research Seminar in Microbiology

Requirement for graduate students in graduate field of microbiology.

BIOMI

7980

Graduate Research Seminar in Microbiology

Requirement for: graduate students in graduate field of microbiology.

BIOMI

7990

Microbiology Seminar

Requirement for all graduate students in graduate field of microbiology. Open to all who are interested.

BIOMI

7990

Microbiology Seminar

Requirement for: all graduate students in the field of microbiology. Open to all who are interested.

BIOMS

3110

Principles of Animal Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOG 1500 and BIOG 1440 or BIOG 1445 or one year of college biology; one year chemistry and mathematics or equivalent AP credit. Recommended prerequisite: previous or concurrent physics course.

BIOMS

3160

Cellular Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 1350; or previous or concurrent enrollment in BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310 and BIOMG 3320, or BIOMG 3330.

BIOMS

3190

Animal Physiology Experimentation

Prerequisite or corequisite: BIOAP 3110.

BIOMS

3310

General Parasitology

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology.

BIOMS

4040

Pathogenic Bacteriology

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and 2910.

BIOMS

4130

Histology: The Biology of the Tissues

Prerequisite: BIOMG 1350. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3310, or equivalent.

BIOMS

4140

Principles of Pharmacology

Prerequisites: Animal Physiology (BIOAP 3110) or Human Anatomy and Physiology (NS 3410).

BIOMS

4311

Paleoparasitology - Very, Very Cold Cases

Prerequisite: An introductory Biology Course and General Parasitology (3310), Medical Parasitology (4310), or permission of instructor.

BIOMS

4340

Cellular and Molecular Microbial Pathogenesis: The Host/Pathogen Interplay

Recommended prerequisite: BIOMS/BIOMI 4040 or BIOMS/BIOMI/PLPA 4090 or BIOMS/BIOMI 4310 or BIOMS 3150 or permission of the instructor.

BIOMS

4400

Tools for a Lifelong Career in Research

Prerequisite: 20 credit hours in science and/or technology courses.

BIOMS

4580

Mammalian Physiology

Prerequisite: BIOAP 3110 or BIOG 1440 with permission of instructor. Recommended for biological sciences majors, pre-med and pre-vet students, and beginning graduate students in physiology, engineering, nutrition, and animal science.

BIOMS

4980

Undergraduate Supervised Teaching

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BIOMS

4980

Undergraduate Supervised Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOMS

6110

Genome Maintenance Mechanisms

Prerequisites: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 2801 as well as BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310, BIOMG 3330, or BIOMG 3350.

BIONB

2210

Neurobiology and Behavior I: Introduction to Behavior

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses. Priority is given to students studying neurobiology and behavior. Not open to freshmen. May be taken independently of BIONB 2220. 3 credits with no discussion section; 4 credits with one disc per week; 5 credits with one or two disc per week and participation in Writing in the Majors program; 4- or 5-credit option required of students in neurobiology and behavior program of study. Limited to 15 students per 4-credit disc (contact lmm8 to choose disc section). Limited to 12 students in 5-credit option (students may not preregister for 5-credit option; interested students complete application form on first day of class).

BIONB

3220

Hormones and Behavior

Prerequisites: Any one of the following: Psych 2230, NB2210, NB 2220 or one year of introductory biology plus a course in psychology.

BIONB

3690

Chemical Ecology

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one semester introductory chemistry for majors or nonmajors or equivalents, or permission of instructor.

BIONB

3950

Molecular and Genetic Approaches to Neuroscience

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320.

BIONB

4140

Principles of Pharmacology

Prerequisites: Animal Physiology (BIOAP 3110) or Human Anatomy and Physiology (NS 3410).

BIONB

4200

Topics in Neurobiology and Behavior

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or permission of instructor. Prerequisite: BIONB 2210.

BIONB

4230

Cognitive Neuroscience

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses or; biopsychology or neurobiology (e.g.,Psych 2230 or BIONB 2210, BIONB 2220); and an introductory course in perception, cognition, or language (e.g., Psych 1102, Psych 2090, Psych 2140, or Psych 2150).

BIONB

4250

Molecular Neurophysiology

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or permission of instructor.

BIONB

4280

Clinical Neurobiology

Prerequisites: two courses from BIONB 2220, BIOGD 2800, BIOBM 3300 or 3310; co-registration in one of the courses is acceptable by permission of instructor. Open to advanced undergraduates.

BIONB

4310

Genes and Behavior

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220.

BIONB

4320

Neural Circuits for Motor Control in Health and Disease

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or ECE 2100 or permission of instructor.

BIONB

4340

Advanced Behavioral Ecology

Prerequisites: BIONB 2210, BIOEE 1610 or BIOEE 1780 or permission of instructor.

BIONB

4370

Neural Circuits of Motivated Behavior

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 and instructor consent.

BIONB

4530

Speciation: Genetics, Ecology, and Behavior

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1780 and BIOMG 2800 or equivalents, or permission of instructor. Limited to 40 students.

BIONB

4900

Molecular, Cellular, and Integrative Neurophysiology

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BIONB

4910

Principles of Neurophysiology

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or written permission of instructor. S-U or letter grades for students outside Neurobiology and Behavior concentration and graduate students, by permission of instructor.

BIONB

4970

The Brain - Its Evolution and Development

Intended for juniors, seniors, and graduate students; BIONB 2220 or equivalent.

BIONB

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Students must register using individual study form. Enrollment form can be found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

BIONB

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIONB

6702

Special Topics in Behavioral Ecology

This is a graduate course; undergraduates are welcome but must have taken BIONB 2210 or PSYCH 1101 and have permission of the instructor. Organizational meeting 5:15pm Thursday, 28 August 2014, A305 CMH (Rosenblatt).

BIONB

7201

Research Design in the Study of Animal Social Behavior

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

BIONB

7201

Research Design in the Study of Animal Social Behavior

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduates.

BIONB

7202

Topics in Neural Basis of Behavior

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

BIONB

7202

Topics in Neural Basis of Behavior

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduates.

BIONB

7210

Introductory Graduate Survey in Neurobiology and Behavior

Co-requisite: BIONB 2220. Requirement for first-year graduate students in the Field of Neurobiology and Behavior.

BIONB

7210

Introductory Graduate Survey in Neurobiology and Behavior

Requirement for: graduate students majoring in neurobiology and behavior. Corequisite: BIONB 2210 and 2220.

BIONB

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.

BIONB

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduates. May be repeated for credit.

BIOPL

2210

Natural Remedies and Ethnohealth

Prerequisite: previous course work in biology and sociology and health or a related area or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

2410

Introductory Plant Biodiversity and Evolution

Two field trips are required.

BIOPL

2420

Plant Function and Growth Lectures

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology and/or BIOPL 2410. Co-register: BIOPL 2421, for plant science undergraduates (and highly recommended for other science majors). Recommended prerequisite: one year introductory chemistry. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 3420 except by written permission of instructor.

BIOPL

2421

Plant Function and Growth, Laboratory

Co-requisite: BIOPL 2420. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 3440.

BIOPL

2430

Taxonomy of Cultivated Plants

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology or written permission of instructor. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 2480.

BIOPL

2484

Medical Ethnobotany of New World Cultures

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BIOPL

3420

Plant Physiology, Lectures

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology. Co-requisite: BIOPL 3421 or written permission of instructor. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 2420 unless written permission obtained from instructor.

BIOPL

3421

Plant Physiology, Laboratory

Co-register: BIOPL 3420. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 2440.

BIOPL

3470

Histology of Plant Organisms

Prerequisite: introductory course in botany, or permission of instructor. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 3450.

BIOPL

3590

Biology of Grasses

Prerequisites: A basic course in plant biology or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

3590

Biology of Grasses

Prerequisites: A course in plant systematics or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

3800

Strategies and Methods in Drug Discovery

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology and organic chemistry course or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

4070

Nutritional Quality Improvement of Food Crops

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course or permission of instructors.

BIOPL

4220

Plant Development

Prerequisite: course work in molecular biology (e.g., BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310/BIOMG 3320, or BIOMG 3330), and genetics (e.g., BIOMG 2800), or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

4480

Plant Evolution and the Fossil Record

Prerequisite: BIOPL 2410 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

4500

Light and Video Microscopy for Biologists

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses.

BIOPL

4620

Plant Biochemistry

Prerequisite: BIOPL 2420 or 3420, or equivalent and BIOBM 3300 or 3310, or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

4831

Concepts and Techniques in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

BIOPL

4832

Proteomics and Protein Mass Spectrometry in Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

BIOPL

4841

Plant Form and Function: Anatomy, Cell Biology, and Development

Prerequisites: BIOPL 4831 or BIOMG 2800 or permission of the instructor.

BIOPL

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

BIOPL

4980

Teaching Experience

Prerequisite: previous enrollment in course to be taught or equivalent. Arts students may not count this course toward graduation but may, upon petition (one time only) to their class dean, carry fewer than 12 other credits and remain in good standing. This would affect Dean's List eligibility but not eligibility for graduating with distinction. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BIOPL

6410

Laboratory in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 or equivalent, BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3330 or BIOMG 3350 or BIOMG 3310 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

BIOPL

6470

Systematic Biology Journal Club

Enrollment preference given to: graduate students and advanced undergraduates in systematic biology.

BIOPL

7400

Plant Biology Seminar

Requirement for graduate students doing work in plant biology.

BIOPL

7400

Plant Biology Seminar

Requirement for: graduate students doing work in plant biology.

BIOPL

7420

Current Papers in Plant Biology

Enrollment preference given to: graduate students with priority given to majors or minors in plant molecular biology. Prerequisite for undergraduates: written permission of instructor.

BIOPL

7430

Faculty Research in Plant Cell and Molecular Biology

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or written permission from member of Plant Cell and Molecular Biology Program or from coordinator for undergraduates.

BIOPL

7440

Graduate Research in Plant Biology

Enrollment limited to and required for: second-, third-, and fourth-year graduate students in Plant Cell and Molecular Biology.

BIOPL

7440

Graduate Research in Plant Biology

Enrollment limited to and required for: second-, third-, and fourth-year graduate students in Plant Biology.

BIOPL

7490

Graduate Research in Botany

Similar to BIOG 4990 but intended for graduate students who are working with faculty members on an individual basis. Sign into your faculty members section.

BIOPL

7490

Graduate Research in Botany

Enrollment preference given to: graduate students who are working with faculty members on an individual basis. Sign into your faculty members section.

BME

3010

Molecular Principles of Biomedical Engineering

Enrollment limited to: Juniors, Seniors and Grads. Preference given to students who have completed Fluid Mechanics.

BME

3600

Molecular and Cellular Bioengineering

Prerequisite: BEE 2600, biochemistry, linear algebra, ordinary differential equations, or permission of instructor.

BME

4010

Biomedical Engineering Analysis of Metabolic and Structural Systems

Prerequisite: Prior work in Basic Biology.

BME

4020

Electrical and Chemical Physiology

Prerequisite: BME 4010 or permission of instructor.

BME

4910

Principles of Neurophysiology

Prerequisite: BIONB 2220 or written permission of instructor. S/U or letter grades for students outside Neurobiology and Behavior concentration and graduate students, by permission of instructor.

BME

5010

Bioengineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors or graduate students. Students must attend 10 seminars in the broad field of Bioengineering. If you have added the course you are also required to sign up for the course on Blackboard - BME 5010 to receive additional announcements and link to seminars. Seminars attended at a scientific meeting or conference may also be included. In order to receive credit for the course a list of seminars attended (date, speaker, title of seminar) and a two-sentence summary for each will be due by the last day of class for the semester. This list must be uploaded to the course Blackboard assignment page. It will not be accepted in any other manner.

BME

5010

Bioengineering Seminar

Prerequisite: junior, senior or graduate standing. Students must attend 10 seminars in the broad field of Bioengineering. If you have added the course you are also required to sign up for the course on Blackboard - BME 5010 to receive additional announcements and link to seminars. Seminars attended at a scientific meeting or conference may also be included. In order to receive credit for the course a list of seminars attended (date, speaker, title of seminar) and a two-sentence summary for each will be due by the last day of classes on Saturday, December 3, 2011. This list must be uploaded to the course Blackboard assignment page. It will not be accepted in any other manner.

BME

6310

Engineering Principles for Drug Delivery

Enrollment limited to: Graduate standing and background in organic and polymer chemistry or permission of instructor.

BME

7110

Fundamentals of Biomedical Engineering Research

Enrollment limited to: BME MS/PHD students.

BME

7160

Immersion Experience in Medical Research and Clinical Practice

Enrollment limited to: BME PHD students.

BME

7600

Nucleic Acid Engineering

Enrollment limited to: graduate students, seniors by permission of instructor.

BME

7900

Biomedical Engineering Seminar

Enrollment limited to: Graduate students only.

BSOC

2051

Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine

University Common Course.

BSOC

3311

Environmental Governance

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or by permission of instructor.

BSOC

4291

Politics of Science

Government Seniors/Juniors given preference. This course fulfills the Government seminar requirement.

BSOC

4691

Food, Agriculture, and Society

Prerequisite: introductory ecology course or permission of instructor. Limited to 20 students.

BSOC

4991

Honors Project I

Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to Biology & Society seniors with an overall GPA of 3.3. Apply in 306 Rockefeller Hall.

BSOC

4992

Honors Project II

Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to Biology & Society seniors with an overall GPA of 3.3. Apply in 306 Rockefeller Hall.

BTRY

3010

Biological Statistics I

Prerequisite: one semester of calculus.

BTRY

3020

Biological Statistics II

Prerequisite: BTRY 3010 or 6010.

BTRY

3080

Probability Models and Inference

Prerequisites: BTRY 3010, Calculus II, or the equivalent.

BTRY

3100

Statistical Sampling

Prerequisite: two semesters of statistics.

BTRY

3520

Statistical Computing

Prerequisite: BTRY 3080 or Math 4710, enrollment in MATH 2220 and MATH 2240 or equivalents.

BTRY

4030

Linear Models with Matrices

A two-semester sequence on statistical methods (e.g. BTRY 3010-BTRY 3020), a course on probability and distribution theory (e.g. BTRY 3080 or Math 4710), multivariable calculus, and linear/matrix algebra.

BTRY

4090

Theory of Statistics

Prerequisites: BTRY 3080 or equivalent and at least one introductory statistics course.

BTRY

4100

Multivariate Analysis

Prerequisite: BTRY 3020, BTRY 6020, or equivalent with BTRY 3080 or Math 4710 also highly recommended.

BTRY

4110

Categorical Data

Prerequisite: BTRY 3020, BTRY 6020, or equivalent with BTRY 3080 or MATH 4710 also highly recommended.

BTRY

4270

Introduction to Survival Analysis

Prerequisites: BTRY 3080 or equivalent preparation; 3 semesters of calculus.

BTRY

4381

Bioinformatics Programming

Prerequisite: at least one introductory course in computer programming (any language) and one in statistical methods, or permission of instructor.

BTRY

4820

Statistical Genomics: Coalescent Theory and Human Population Genomics

Prerequisites: Math 1110 or equivalent. At least one previous course in statistical methods and at least one involving programming, or permission of instructor.

BTRY

4830

Quantitative Genomics and Genetics

Prerequisite: BTRY 3080 and Introductory Statistics or equivalent.

BTRY

4970

Undergraduate Individual Study in Biometry and Statistics

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BTRY

4970

Undergraduate Individual Study in Biometry and Statistics

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BTRY

4980

Undergraduate Supervised Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BTRY

4980

Undergraduate Supervised Teaching

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BTRY

4990

Undergraduate Research

Prerequisite: statistics and biometry undergraduates; permission of faculty member directing research. Students must register using independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

BTRY

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

BTRY

5080

Probability Models and Inference

Prerequisites: BTRY 3010, Calculus II, or the equivalent.

BTRY

6010

Statistical Methods I

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

BTRY

6020

Statistical Methods II

Prerequisite: BTRY 6010 or equivalent. Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

BTRY

6381

Bioinformatics Programming

Prerequisite: at least one introductory course in computer programming (any language) and one in statistical methods, or permission of instructor.

BTRY

6520

Computationally Intensive Statistical Methods

Corequisites: ORIE 6700/Math 6730 (or equivalent) and at least one course in probability, or permission of instructor.

BTRY

6820

Statistical Genomics: Coalescent Theory and Human Population Genomics

Prerequisite: MATH 1110 or equivalent. At least one previous course in statistical methods and at least one involving programming, or permission of instructor. Co-meets with BTRY 4820.

BTRY

6830

Quantitative Genomics and Genetics

Prerequisites: BTRY 3080 and Introductory Statistics or equivalent.

BTRY

6970

Individual Graduate Study in Biometry and Statistics

Individual tutorial study selected by the faculty. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

BTRY

6970

Individual Graduate Study in Biometry and Statistics

Individual tutorial study selected by the faculty.

BTRY

7210

Topics in Quantitative Genomics

Prerequisite: BTRY 4830/6830 or permission of instructor.

BTRY

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

BTRY

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

BTRY

7950

Statistical Consulting

Prerequisite or Co-requisite: BTRY 6020 and 4090.

BTRY

7950

Statistical Consulting

Prerequisite or co-requisite: BTRY 6020 and 4090 and permission of instructor.

BTRY

7980

Graduate Supervised Teaching

Prerequisite: at least two advanced courses in statistics and biometry. Permission of instructor and chair of special committee is required.

BTRY

7980

Graduate Supervised Teaching

Prerequisite: at least two advanced courses in statistics and biometry. Permission of instructor and chair of special committee is required.

BTRY

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: M.S. candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

BTRY

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: M.S. candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

BTRY

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Permission of advisor is required.

BTRY

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

COMM

2760

Persuasion and Social Influence

Prerequisite: COMM 1101.

COMM

2840

Sex, Gender, and Communication

Enrollment not open to freshman.

COMM

2990

Directed Research Experience

Students from all colleges must register for course by completing an Independent Study Form (Available in 334 Kennedy). Forms must be returned to 334 Kennedy.

COMM

2990

Directed Research Experience

Students from all colleges must register for course by completing an Independent Study Form (Available in 334 Kennedy). Forms must be returned to 334 Kennedy.

COMM

3020

Science Writing for the Media

Not open to freshmen. Prerequisite: college-level writing course.

COMM

3030

Organizational Writing

Enrollment is limited to: juniors or seniors. Prerequisite: at least one college-level writing course.

COMM

3040

Writing and Editing for Magazines and Online Media

Enrollment is limited to: juniors or seniors. Prerequisite: COMM 2310 or equivalent. Preference given to COMM majors. Laptop required.

COMM

3040

Writing and Editing for Magazines and Online Media

Junior or Senior standing. COMM 2310 or equivalent. Preference given to COMM majors. Laptop required.

COMM

3100

Communication and Decision Making in Groups

Prerequsite or co-register: COMM 2760. Enrollment is limited to: juniors or seniors. Preference given to COMM majors.

COMM

3300

Media and Human Development

Prerequisite: COMM 2200.

COMM

3400

Personal Relationships and Technology

Prerequisites: COMM 2820, COMM 2450, must attend the first class

COMM

3450

Human-Computer Interaction Design

Prerequisite: COMM/INFO 2450. May be taken concurrently with COMM/INFO 2450.

COMM

3460

Crowds, Communities, and Technology

Prerequisite: COMM 2450.

COMM

3760

Planning Communication Campaigns

Prerequisite or co-requisite: COMM 2820 or equivalent, social research course, and one semester of introductory statistics. Mann 210 is the Bissett Collaborative Center

COMM

4200

Public Opinion and Social Processes

Prerequisite: COMM 2820.

COMM

4220

Psychology of Entertainment Media

Prerequisite: introductory psychology or COMM 1101 or 2200.

COMM

4280

Communication Law

Enrollment is limited to: juniors, seniors, or graduate students or permission of instructor.

COMM

4360

Communication Networks and Social Capital

Prerequisites:COMM/INFO 2450 OR INFO 2040

COMM

4400

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction Design

Prerequisite: COMM/INFO 3450 or permission of instructor.

COMM

4410

Communicating Self in Social Media

Prerequisites: Comm 2450.

COMM

4450

Computer-Mediated Communication

Prerequisite: COMM 2450 and COMM 2820 or equivalent.

COMM

4550

Deception in the Networked Age

Prerequisites: COMM 2450 or instructor's permission.

COMM

4580

The Science of Social Behavior

Enrollment limited to: seniors who major in Sociology, Psychology, Human Development, Communications, ILRLR, and Economics. Capstone seminar for seniors who are interested in graduate study in scientific disciplines that focus on human behavior. Course is designed to mirror the introductory course SOC/HD/COM/ILRLR 1840 Six Pretty Good Books. Seniors are expected to attend both the weekly seminar on Wednesday afternoons (4:30-6:00) and the Wednesday evening lecture (7:30-9:30).

COMM

4960

Communication Internship

Enrollment limited to: COMM majors or minors (first-, second-, third-, or fourth-year) for 1 credit (minimum 60 hours). May be repeated once for a total of 2 credits. Enroll online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

.

COMM

4960

Communication Internship

Enrollment limited to: COMM majors or minors (first-, second-, third-, or fourth-year) for 1 credit (minimum 60 hours). May be repeated once for a total of 2 credits. submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

COMM

4970

Individual Study in Communication

Prerequisite: 3.0 GPA. May be repeated up to 6 credits with different supervising faculty member. Students must register using independent study form Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

.

COMM

4970

Individual Study in Communication

Prerequisite: 3.0 GPA. May be repeated up to 6 credits with different supervising faculty member. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

COMM

4980

Communication Teaching Experience

1-3 credits; may be repeated to 6 credits with different courses. Intended for undergraduates desiring classroom teaching experience. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing; 3.0 GPA (2.7 if teaching assistant for skills development course); permission of faculty member who supervises work and assigns grade. Students must register using independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

COMM

4980

Communication Teaching Experience

1-3 credits; may be repeated to 6 credits with different courses. Intended for undergraduates desiring classroom teaching experience. Prerequisite: junior or senior standing; 3.0 GPA (2.7 if teaching assistant for skills development course); permission of faculty member who supervises work and assigns grade. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

COMM

4990

Independent Research

Prerequisite: 3.0 GPA. Enrollment limited to: seniors. May be repeated to 6 credits. Students must register using independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

COMM

4990

Independent Research

Prerequisite: 3.0 GPA. Enrollment limited to: seniors. May be repeated to 6 credits. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

COMM

5660

Science Communication Workshop

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

COMM

6400

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction Design

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

COMM

6710

Revolutions of the Mind: Media, Technology and Epistemological Change

Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to seniors (with instructor permission) and grad students.

COMM

6800

Studies in Communication

Enrollment limited to: communication graduate students or permission of instructor.

COMM

6810

Advanced Communication Theory

Prerequisite: COMM 6800 or graduate standing.

COMM

6820

Methods of Communication Research

Recommended prerequisite: familiarity with basic statistical concepts.

COMM

7970

Graduate Independent Study

Permission of instructor is required.

COMM

7970

Graduate Independent Study

Permission of instructor is required.

COMM

7980

Communication Teaching Laboratory

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of faculty member who will supervise work and assign grade is required. (Students must use faculty member's section number to register)

COMM

7980

Communication Teaching Laboratory

Enrollment limited to: graduate students and permission of faculty member who will supervise work and assign grade. (Students must use faculty member's section number to register)

COMM

7990

Graduate Research

Prerequisite: appropriate communication graduate course work or permission of instructor.

COMM

7990

Graduate Research

Prerequisite: appropriate communication graduate course work or permission of instructor.

COMM

8900

Master's-Level Thesis Research

Permission of committee chair is required.

COMM

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: students who have completed "A" exam. Permission of committee chair is required.

COMM

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: students who have completed A exam. Permission of committee chair is required.

CSS

1125

Career Exploration in the Agricultural Sciences

First semester freshman or transfer. Agricultural Sciences students or permission of instructor.

CSS

2110

Field Crop Systems

Required for: Agriculture Science majors. Credit for both CSS 4050 and CSS 2110 (or CSS 3110) not permitted.

CSS

2940

Introduction to Agricultural Machinery

To enroll, contact Bob Schindelbeck (rrs3@cornell.edu). The dates and times of the four lecture periods will be determined during the first lab. Most labs will involve working with farm equipment or touring farm environments so students should wear boots or sturdy shoes and casual clothes.

CSS

3150

Weed Biology and Management

Prerequisite: introductory course in biology or botany.

CSS

3210

Soil and Crop Management for Sustainability

Prerequisites: CSS 1900

CSS

3630

Soil Genesis, Classification, and Survey

Prerequisite: CSS 2600.

CSS

3650

Environmental Chemistry: Soil, Air, and Water

Prerequisite: CHEM 2070-2080 or CHEM 1560.

CSS

4050

Field Crop Systems

Enrollment limited to: undergraduate and graduate students in the Crop Science, Plant Science, or International Agriculture curricula or by students in other majors and minors. Enrollment preference given to: advanced undergraduates and graduate students.

CSS

4130

Physiology and Ecology of Yield

Prerequisite: coursework in plant physiology or molecular biology or biochemistry, or advanced plant science.

CSS

4500

Master Composter Training and Extension Internship

Junior, Senior or Graduate Student standing. Class held at Cornell Cooperative Extention, 615 Willow Avenue. Admission to this class requires that you complete an application and an interview. If you are selected to participate, then you will be provided the permission code needed to register. Email Janice Thies for more information at janice.thies@cornell.edu

CSS

4650

Global Navigation Satellite Systems

Prerequisite: CSS 4110 or 4200, or equivalent, or permission of instructor; mtg times will be arranged at first organizational mtg. TBA by instructor.

CSS

4660

Soil Ecology

Prerequisite: one year of biology or ecology and CSS 2600 or permission of instructor.

CSS

4720

Nutrient Management in Agro-Ecosystems

Prerequisite: CSS 2600 or permission of instructor.

CSS

4910

Food, Farming, and Personal Beliefs

Recommended prerequisite: Sustainable Agriculture (CSS 1900) or equivalent.

CSS

4940

Special Topics in Crop and Soil Sciences

The department offers "trial" courses under this number.

CSS

4940

Special Topics in Crop and Soil Sciences

The department teaches trial courses under this number.

CSS

4970

Individual Study in Crop and Soil Sciences

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

CSS

4970

Individual Study in Crop and Soil Sciences

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

CSS

4980

Teaching Experience in Crop and Soil Sciences

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

CSS

4980

Teaching Experience in Crop and Soil Sciences

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

CSS

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 701. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

CSS

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit a Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 701. You will be put in the course after submitting form online

CSS

6140

Weed Ecology and Management

Prerequisite: CSS 3150 or equivalent.

CSS

6200

Spatial Modeling and Analysis

Prerequisite: CSS 4100, CSS 4200, or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

CSS

6210

Applications of Space-Time Statistics

Time to be decided at organizational meeting.

CSS

6630

Pedology

Prerequisite: CSS 3630 or permission of instructor.

CSS

6900

Scientific Method in Practice

Enrollment limited to: Junior, senior, or graduate standing.

CSS

6900

Scientific Method in Practice

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or graduates.

CSS

6980

Graduate Teaching or Extension Experience

Permission of instructor is required. Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Sign into your faculty member's section. Undergraduate students should register under CSS 4980.

CSS

6980

Graduate Teaching or Extension Experience

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required. Sign into your faculty member's section. Undergraduates should register under CSS 4980.

CSS

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research in Soil Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed.

CSS

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research in Soil Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

CSS

7910

Graduate-Level Thesis Research in Crop Science

Thesis research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed.

CSS

7910

Graduate-Level Thesis Research in Crop Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

CSS

7920

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research in Environmental Information Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed.

CSS

7920

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research in Environmental Information Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. students before A exam has been passed. Sign into your advisor section.

CSS

7930

Graduate Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

CSS

7930

Graduate Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

CSS

7970

Graduate Individual Study in Crop and Soil Science

Please sign into your faculty member section.

CSS

7970

Graduate Individual Study in Crop and Soil Science

Sign into your faculty member section.

CSS

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research in Crop Science

Thesis research for M.S. candidates.

CSS

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research in Crop Science

Thesis research for master's students. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

CSS

8910

Master's Level Thesis Research in Environmental Information Science

Thesis research for M.S. candidates.

CSS

8910

Master's Level Thesis Research in Environmental Information Science

Thesis research for master's students. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

CSS

8920

Master's Level Thesis Research in Soil Science

Thesis research for master's students.

CSS

8920

Master's Level Thesis Research in Soil Science

Enrollment limited to thesis research master's students. Sign into your faculty advisor section.

CSS

8930

Master's Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

CSS

8930

Master's Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

CSS

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Soil Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed.

CSS

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Soil Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed. Sign into your advisor section.

CSS

9910

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Crop Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed.

CSS

9910

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Crop Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed. Sign into the section with your advisor.

CSS

9920

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Environmental Information Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed.

CSS

9920

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Environmental Information Science

Dissertation research for Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed. Sign into the section with your advisor.

CSS

9930

Doctoral Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

CSS

9930

Doctoral Research in Agronomy

Sign into your faculty section.

DEA

1101

Visual Literacy and Design Studio

Permission of instructor is required for non-DEA majors. Enrollment limited to 20 students. Priority given to DEA majors. Cost of materials: approx. $200.

DEA

1101

Visual Literacy and Design Studio

Permission of instructor is required for non-DEA majors. Enrollment limited to 20 students. Priority given to DEA majors. Cost of materials: approx. $200.

DEA

1110

Making a Difference by Design

Lab fee: $15.00 (charged to bursar bill).

DEA

1150

Design Graphics and Visualization

Prerequisite: DEA majors must earn B- or higher in DEA 1150 to enroll in subsequent studios. Minimum cost of materials: $200; technology fee: $10.

DEA

2201

Magnifying Small Spaces Studio

Prerequisite: Completion of DEA 1101 and DEA 1150 with B- or higher or instructor permission. Cost of materials: approx. $50 for field trips, supplies.

DEA

3030

Interior Materials and Sustainable Elements

Prerequisite: Recommended for juniors and seniors. Cost of materials: approx. $30.

DEA

3050

Construction Documentation: CAD and BIM

Prerequisite: completion of DEA 1150 with B- or higher or permission of instructor. Minimum cost of materials: $50; required field trips: $10.

DEA

3302

Sustainable Consumerism: The New Retail Studio

Prerequisite: DEA Majors only. Students must have 1) completed two studio courses at the 2000 or 3000 level and 2) be experienced with AutoCAD, Illustrator, Photoshop and In-Design software applications. Minimum cost of materials: $50 field trip fee, supplies.

DEA

3304

Health and Healing Studio

Prerequisite: Completion of DEA 1101 and DEA 1150 with B- or higher or permission of instructor. Minimum cost of materials: $50 field trip, supplies.

DEA

3510

Ergonomics and Anthropometrics

Recommended prerequisite: DEA 1500.

DEA

3590

Problem-Seeking through Programming

Cost of materials: approx. $100.

DEA

3600

Design City

Enrollment limited to DEA majors and minors. Not open to freshmen for credit, however course may be repeated for credit up to 4 times (during sophomore, junior, senior, or graduate years). Please note: last date to add/drop: September 2. Field trip to NYC: September 11-12. Cost of materials: approx. $200 (charged to bursar bill) covers cost of hotel and chartered bus.

DEA

4040

Professional Practice, Ethics and Entrepreneurship

Prerequisite: seniors only or permission of instructor. Cost of field trip: $100.

DEA

4300

Furniture as a Social Art Studio

Prerequisite: Completion of DEA 1101 and DEA 1150 with B- or higher or permission of instructor. Cost of building materials: $150.

DEA

4401

Adaptive Reuse Studio: Recycling the Built Environment

Prerequisite: Students must have completed two DEA studio courses at 2000 or 3000 level and DEA 3050. Cost of materials: approx. $150; field trip: $50-150.

DEA

4402

Disruptive Design: Competitions Studio

Prerequisite: completion of DEA 3030, and one of the following studios DEA 3301, DEA 3302, DEA 4401, or permission of instructor. Course competition registration fee $75 (charged to bursar bill).

DEA

4500

Policy Meets Design: High-Impact Facilities of the 21st Century

Graduate students and seniors have priority; others are welcome to attend if there is room.

DEA

4520

Applied Anatomy and Biomechanics for Ergonomic Design

Prerequisite: DEA 1500 or permission of instructor. Recommended prerequisite: DEA 2900, 3510; Calculus and basic physics.

DEA

5540

Workplace Strategies Studio

Prerequisite: DEA 3590 or permission of instructor. Minimum cost of materials: $100.

DEA

6200

Studies in Human-Environment Relations

Enrollment limited to: Graduate students. (Undergraduate seniors outside of DEA with permission of instructor.)

DEA

6250

Human Dimensions of Sustainable Building

Recommended prerequisite: DEA 2040. Cost of materials other than books: approx. $50.

DEA

6500

Problem-Seeking through Programming

Cost of materials: approx. $100.

DEA

6510

Ergonomics and Anthropometrics

Recommended prerequisite: DEA 1500.

DSOC

1101

Introduction to Sociology

Students may not take both DSOC 1101 and SOC 1101 for credit.

DSOC

1101

Introduction to Sociology

Students may not take both DSOC 1101 and SOC 1101 for credit.

DSOC

2010

Population Dynamics

If this course is full, please contact the course instructor to be placed on a waitlist.

DSOC

2050

International Development

Juniors and Seniors may choose to take course for 1 additional credit if selected from applicant pool during first week of class. To earn 1 additional credit student must attend ADDITIONAL section meeting on Friday immediately following regular class discussion time. All students must initially enroll in LEC 1, DIS 1 for 3 credits. If course full, contact ct259@cornell.edu to be placed on waitlist. This does NOT guarantee enrollment.

DSOC

3010

Theories of Society and Development

Prerequsite: development sociology or previous sociology course.

DSOC

3050

Education, Inequality, and Development

Prerequisite: introductory social science course or permission of instructor.

DSOC

3060

Farmworkers: Contemporary Issues and Their Implications

Enrollment limited to: students in summer Farmworker program.

DSOC

3200

Rethinking Global Development: New Frameworks for Understanding Poverty, Inequality & Growth in 21C

Prerequisite: DSOC 2050, International Development or permission of instructor.

DSOC

3290

Comparative Politics of Latin America

Sections will be scheduled during the first day of class.

DSOC

3311

Environmental Governance

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or by permission of instructor.

DSOC

3700

Comparative Social Inequalities

Prerequisite: introductory social science course.

DSOC

4080

Demographic Techniques II

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. A background in statistics will be helpful.

DSOC

4200

CALS NYS Internship Program Preparation and Community Orientation

Course will be limited to CALS students who have successfully applied (i.e, been accepted) to the CALS NYS Internship Program for the following summer.

DSOC

4300

Human Migration: Internal and International

Prereq: One demography course or permission of instructor.

DSOC

4970

Independent Study in Development Sociology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

4970

Independent Study in Development Sociology

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

4971

CALS NYS Internship Program Independent Study

Course is limited to CALS students who participated in the CALS NYS Internship Program the preceding summer.

DSOC

4980

Teaching Experience in Development Sociology

Previous enrollment in the course to be taught or other appropriate previous training and experience. Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

4980

Teaching Experience in Development Sociology

Previous enrollment in the course to be taught or other appropriate previous training and experience. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

4990

Independent Research in Development Sociology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 701. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

4990

Independent Research in Development Sociology

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

DSOC

5200

Rethinking Global Development:New Frameworks for Understanding Poverty, Inequality and Growth in 21C

Prerequisite: DSOC 2050 or permission of instructor.

DSOC

6001

The Empirics of Development and Social Change

Graduate students only.

DSOC

6030

Classical Sociological Theory

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

6060

Sociological Theories of Development

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

6080

Demographic Techniques II

Prerequisites: Graduate standing. A background in statistics will be helpful.

DSOC

6150

Qualitative Research Methods

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

6170

Foundations in Social Research: Comparative Epistemologies

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

6190

Quantitative Research Methods

Prerequisite: previous course in statistics. Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

6300

Human Migration: Internal and International

Prereq: one demography course or permission of instructor.

DSOC

6720

Demography Proseminar

Enrollment limited to: at least 2nd-year graduate student.

DSOC

7001

Historical Sociology of Modernity

Prerequisites: Graduate students only.

DSOC

7500

Food, Ecology, and Agrarian Change

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

DSOC

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

DSOC

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

INFO

5310

Psychological and Social Aspects of Connective Media

Enrollment limited to students enrolled at the Cornell Tech campus. Offered in NYC.

INFO

6400

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction Design

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

INFO

6410

User Interface Design, Prototyping, and Evaluation

Enrollment limited to: students enrolled at Cornell Tech.

INFO

6710

Revolutions of the Mind: Media, Technology and Epistemological Change

Prerequisites: Enrollment limited to seniors (with instructor permission) and grad students.

NS

6600

Special Topics in Nutrition

Enrollment is limited to: Graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

6600

Special Topics in Nutrition

Enrollment is limited to: graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

6900

Trace Element and Isotopic Analysis

Prerequisite: CHEM 2080 or CHEM 2880 or CHEM 3020 or CHEM 3900; PHYS 2208 and MATH 1120, or permission of instructor. Primarily for graduate students and advanced undergraduates.

NS

6980

Community and International Nutrition Seminar

Permission of instructor required. Enrollment limited to graduate standing.

NS

6980

Community and International Nutrition Seminar

Permission of instructor required. Enrollment limited to graduate standing.

NS

7020

Seminar in Toxicology

This course is now being enrolled via Permission Numbers only. For a PIN, please contact Andrea Elmore at ace23@cornell.edu.

NS

7035

Predoctoral Fellowship Proposal and Review

Enrollment limited to: First-year graduate students in Nutrition. Please note that this is a 10-week course.

NS

7040

Grant Writing

Prerequisite: NS 7030. Enrollment limited to: DNS graduate students. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

8990

Master's Thesis and Research

Enrollment is limited to: Graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

8990

Master's Thesis and Research

Enrollment is limited to: graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

9990

Doctoral Thesis and Research

Enrollment is limited to: Graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

9990

Doctoral Thesis and Research

Enrollment is limited to: graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NTRES

2100

Introductory Field Biology

Enrollment is restricted students in Natural Resources and Environmental Science & Sustainability majors, as this is a required course.

NTRES

2300

Field Methods in Bird Banding

Permission of instructor required; contact Dr. Bonter at dnb23@cornell.edu. This course is held at the Lab of Ornithology with shuttle service provided from Corson-Mudd. Students spend significant time outdoors so warm clothing is required.

NTRES

2830

DNA, Genes and Genetic Diversity

Note Prerequisite: BIOEE 1780; preference is given to NTRES and SNES (ESS) majors.

NTRES

3030

Introduction to Biogeochemistry

Prerequisite: Chem 2070 or equivalent, Math 1120, and a course in biology and/or geology.

NTRES

3100

Applied Population Ecology

Prerequisite: calculus (MATH 1106 or MATH 1110). Recommended prerequisite: Background in Ecology or Biology. Enrollment preference given to NTRES, SNES and ESS majors.

NTRES

3130

Biological Statistics I

Prerequisite: one semester of calculus.

NTRES

3220

Global Ecology and Management

Prerequisite: college-level biology and a general exology course.

NTRES

3240

Sustainable, Ecologically Based Management of Water Resources

Prerequisite: introduction to ecology and introduction to chemistry or permission of instructor.

NTRES

3260

Applied Conservation Ecology

Enrollment limited to: Seniors and juniors who have taken BIOEE 3610. All others need permission. If class is full, students can contact Dr. Morreale (sjm11@cornell.edu) to inquire about being waitlisted.

NTRES

3311

Environmental Governance

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or by permission of instructor.

NTRES

3320

Introduction to Ethics and Environment

Discussion session time will be arranged in class.

NTRES

3330

Ways of Knowing: Indigenous and Local Ecological Knowledge

Enrollment limited to: Juniors, seniors, and grad students. Sophomores require permission of instructor (ksk28@cornell.edu).

NTRES

4100

Advanced Conservation Biology: Concepts and Techniques

Prerequisite: CALS math requirements, NTRES 2830, NTRES 3100 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

NTRES

4130

Biological Statistics II

Prerequisite: NTRES 3130 or BTRY 3010.

NTRES

4200

Forest Ecology

Prerequisite: introductory biology.

NTRES

4201

Forest Ecology Laboratory

Co-requisite: NTRES 4200.

NTRES

4221

Wetland Ecology Laboratory

Co-requisite: NTRES 4220. One all-day Saturday field trip required.

NTRES

4280

Principles and Practices of Applied Wildlife Science

Pre-requisites: NTRES 3100 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

NTRES

4300

Environmental Policy Processes

Seniors and Grad students (Juniors if space allows). In addition to intensive ten day seminar in Washington, DC, there are required preparation meetings in Ithaca during November and December and follow up meetings in Frebruary/March 2015. Enrollment is by application only due by 4:00 PM on October 17th: check website for details and application forms:

http://www.cals.cornell.edu/cals/dnr/undergraduate/courses/4300.cfm

 

DSOC

7910

Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students.

DSOC

7910

Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students.

DSOC

8720

Development Sociology

Enrollment limited to: master's and doctoral degree candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

DSOC

8720

Development Sociology

Enrollment limited to: master's and doctoral degree candidates. Permission of graduate field member concerned is required.

DSOC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of instructor is required.

DSOC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: thesis research for Master's students. Permission of instructor is required.

DSOC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

DSOC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: DSOC graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EAS

1190

Fossil Preparation

Class will meet at PRI. Prerequisite: EAS 1109 or related EAS course.

EAS

1310

Basic Principles of Meteorology

Optional 1 credit lab offered as EAS 1330.

EAS

1330

Basic Meteorology Lab

Concurrent enrollment in EAS 1310 required.

EAS

1340

Introductory Weather Analysis and Forecasting

Prerequisite: EAS 1310 and EAS 1330.

EAS

1600

Environmental Physics

Prerequisite: one semester of college calculus.

EAS

2200

The Earth System

Prerequisite: MATH 1110 or MATH 1910. The fall offering of this course does not fulfill an ENGRD requirement for students in the College of Engineering. Students who wish to take this course to fulfill an ENGRD requirement should sign up for the spring offering instead.

EAS

2250

The Earth System

Prerequisite: MATH 1110 or MATH 1910.

EAS

2500

Meteorological Observations and Instruments

Prerequisite: EAS 1310

EAS

2900

Computer Programming and Meteorology Software

Prerequisite: EAS 1310, MATH 1110, or equivalent.

EAS

2960

Forecast Competition

Enrollment limited to: undergraduate students in the Atmospheric Science major or those with permission of the instructor.

EAS

2960

Forecast Competition

Enrollment limited to: undergraduate students in the Atmospheric Science major or those with permission of the instructor.

EAS

3010

Evolution of the Earth System

Prerequisite: EAS 2200, MATH 1110 or MATH 1910, and one course in chemistry (high school or college).

EAS

3030

Introduction to Biogeochemistry

Prerequisite: Chem 2070 or equivalent, Math 1120, and a course in biology and/or geology.

EAS

3050

Climate Dynamics

Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus and one semester of physics.

EAS

3220

Biogeochemistry of the Hawaiian Islands

EMPTY

EAS

3400

Field Study of the Earth System

EMPTY

EAS

3410

Atmospheric Thermodynamics and Hydrostatics

Prerequisite: one year of calculus, one semester of physics.

EAS

3420

Atmospheric Dynamics

Prerequisite: Familiarity with multivariate calculus (MATH 2930, MATH 2130, or MATH 2220 or equivalent); one semester of university physics.

EAS

3510

Conservation Oceanography

EMPTY

EAS

3520

Synoptic Meteorology I

Prerequisite: EAS 3410; Co-requisite: EAS 3420.

EAS

3530

Physical Oceanography

Prerequisite: EAS/BIOEE 1540 or EAS/BIOEE 1560 or equivalent, MATH 1120 or MATH 1920, and PHYS 2207 or PHYS 1112, or permission of instructor.

EAS

3880

Global Geophysics

Prerequisite: MATH 1120 or MATH 1920, and PHYS 2208 or PHYS 2213.

EAS

4010

Fundamentals of Energy and Mineral Resources

Prerequisite: previous course in geology.

EAS

4040

Geodynamics

Prerequisite: calculus and calculus-based physics courses, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4260

Structural Geology

Prerequisite: one semester of calculus, plus an introductory geology course, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4350

Statistical Methods in Meteorology and Climatology

Prerequisite: one introductory course each in statistics (e.g. AEM 2100) and calculus.

EAS

4510

Synoptic Meteorology II

Prerequisite: EAS 3410, EAS 3420.

EAS

4530

Mineralogy

Prerequisite: CHEM 2070 or CHEM 2090 or permission of instructor.

EAS

4540

Petrology and Geochemistry

Prerequisite: EAS 4530 or permission of instructor.

EAS

4561

Isotope Geochemistry

Prerequisite: EAS 4550 or permission of instructor.

EAS

4570

Atmospheric Air Pollution

Prerequisite: EAS 3410 or thermodynamics course, and one semester of chemistry, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4620

Marine Ecosystem Sustainability

Letter grades, S/U grades with permission of instructor. Limited to 50 students.

EAS

4700

Advanced Weather Forecasting and Analysis

Prerequisite: EAS 3520 and 4510.

EAS

4710

Introduction to Groundwater

Prerequisites: fluid mechanics or hydrology course.

EAS

4750

Special Topics in Oceanography

Enrollment limited to: students enrolled in the Ocean Biodiversity Research Apprenticeship program. Taught in Friday Harbor, WA.

EAS

4760

Sedimentary Basins

Prerequisite: EAS 3010 or permission of instructor.

EAS

4790

Paleobiology

Prerequisite: two majors-level biology courses and either BIOEE 2740, BIOSM 3730, EAS 3010, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4800

Our Changing Atmosphere: Global Change and Atmospheric Chemistry

Prerequisites: CHEM 2070 or 2090, MATH 1920, PHYS 1112 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4820

Seismology

Prerequisite: one year of calculus, one year of physics. Recommended prerequisite: structural geology.

EAS

4850

Climate Information and Management

Prerequisite: statistics and at least one physical science or calculus course.

EAS

4860

Understanding Tropical Meteorology on Hourly to Interannual Timescales

Prerequisite: climate dynamics (equivalent to EAS 3050 or permission of instructor), multivariate calculus (e.g. MATH 2130, MATH 2220, or MATH 2930), and one semester of university physics. Atmospheric thermodynamics (EAS 3410) and atmospheric dynamics (EAS 3420) are recommended, although the latter may be taken concurrently.

EAS

4870

Introduction to Radar Remote Sensing

Prerequisite: PHYS 2208 or 2213 or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

EAS

4910

Undergraduate Research

Students must complete form in 2124 Snee Hall.

EAS

4940

Special Topics in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences (Undergraduate Level)

Enrollment limited to: students with junior or higher standing.

EAS

4960

Internship Experience

A&S students receive transcript credit only; cannot be used toward graduation.

EAS

4980

Teaching Experience in Earth and Atmospheric Sciences

A&S students receive transcript credit only; cannot be used toward graduation

EAS

5010

Fundamentals of Energy and Mineral Resources

Prerequisite: previous course in geology.

EAS

5011

Evolution of the Earth System

Prerequisite: EAS 2200, MATH 1110 or MATH 1910, and one course in chemistry (high school or college).

EAS

5041

Geodynamics

Prerequisite: calculus and calculus-based physics courses, or permission of instructor.

EAS

5051

Climate Dynamics

Prerequisite: two semesters of calculus and one semester of physics.

EAS

5240

Advanced Structural Geology

Prerequisite: EAS 4260 or permission of instructor.

EAS

5350

Statistical Methods in Meteorology and Climatology

Prerequisite: one introductory course each in statistics (e.g. AEM 2100) and calculus.

EAS

5620

Marine Ecosystem Sustainability

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1610.

EAS

6520

Advanced Atmospheric Dynamics

Prerequisite: EAS 3410 and EAS 3420 or equivalent.

EAS

6560

Isotope Geochemistry

Prerequisite: EAS 4550 or permission of instructor.

EAS

6660

Applied Multivariate Statistics

Prerequisite: multivariate calculus, matrix algebra, and two statistics courses.

EAS

6668

Earth System Behavior and Resources

Prerequisite: CHEME 6660 or permission of instructor. Enrollment limited to: seniors and graduate students or those with permission of the instructor. Not open to Science of Earth Systems majors.

EAS

6820

Seismology

Prerequisite: one year of calculus, one year of physics. Recommended prerequisite: structural geology.

EAS

6860

Understanding Tropical Meteorology on Hourly to Interannual Timescales

Prerequisite: climate dynamics (equivalent to EAS 3050 or permission of instructor), multivariate calculus (e.g. MATH 2130, MATH 2220, or MATH 2930), and one semester of university physics. Atmospheric thermodynamics (EAS 3410) and atmospheric dynamics (EAS 3420) are recommended, although the latter may be taken concurrently.

EAS

7010

Thesis Research

ATMOS SCI students use EAS 8500, 9500 or 9510.

EAS

8500

Master's Level Thesis Research in Atmospheric Science

GEOL SCI students use EAS 7010 or 7020.

EAS

9500

Graduate-Level Dissertation Research in Atmospheric Science

GEOL SCI students use EAS 7010 or 7020.

EAS

9510

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research in Atmospheric Science

GEOL SCI students use EAS 7010 or 7020.

EDUC

2410

The Art of Teaching

Sophomores and Juniors given preference. Freshman encouraged for spring semester. Enrollment preference given to Education minors. Please contact Jeff Perry (jap255) to be added to waitlist.

EDUC

2610

The Intergroup Dialogue Project

Please email Amber E. George (aeg234@cornell.edu) for information on enrolling in this class.

EDUC

3610

Advanced Intergroup Dialogue

Prerequisites: EDUC 2610 or equivalent experience. Please email aeg234@cornell.edu for permission code.

EDUC

3610

Advanced Intergroup Dialogue

Prerequisite: EDUC 2610 Intergroup Dialogue

EDUC

4940

Special Topics in Education

Open only to students who participated in January 2015 trip to Taos, New Mexico.

EDUC

4940

Special Topics in Education

Prerequisite: Priority enrollment for students who will be first-years in Fall 2014. Course will meet at Belle Sherman Elementary. Instructor consent required. Contact Bryan Duff (bpd38) for more info and permission to enroll.

EDUC

4960

Undergraduate Internship In Education

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4960

Undergraduate Internship In Education

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4970

Individual Study in Education

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4970

Individual Study in Education

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

). You must select an instructor (Candace Chow or Troy Richardson) when completing the form in order to ensure that it¿s processed in a timely manner. Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Prerequisite: GPA of at least 2.7. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

4990

Undergraduate Research

Prerequisite: GPA at least 2.7. Enrollment limited to: juniors or seniors. Not open to students who have earned 6 or more undergraduate research credits elsewhere in the college. Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

EDUC

5440

Curriculum and Instruction

Prereqs: EDUC 2410 (Art of Teaching) or permission of instructor.

EDUC

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Education

Please sign into your faculty section.

EDUC

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Education

Sign into your faculty member's section.

EDUC

6980

Graduate Supervised Teaching in Education

Please sign into your faculty section.

EDUC

6980

Graduate Supervised Teaching in Education

Sign into your faculty member's section.

EDUC

7000

Directed Readings

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7000

Directed Readings

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7010

Empirical Research

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7010

Empirical Research

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7020

Practicum

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7020

Practicum

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7030

Teaching Assistantship

Prerequisite: graduate standing; permission of instructor.

EDUC

7030

Teaching Assistantship

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7040

Research Assistantship

Prerequisite: graduate standing; permission of instructor.

EDUC

7040

Research Assistantship

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

7050

Extension Assistantship

Prerequisite: graduate standing; permission of instructor.

EDUC

7050

Extension Assistantship

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required.

EDUC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Each student, before course enrollment, must obtain approval of faculty member who will assume responsibility for guiding work.

EDUC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Before course enrollment, students must obtain approval of faculty member who will assume responsibility for guiding work.

EDUC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Each student, before course enrollment, must obtain approval of faculty member who will assume responsibility for guiding work.

EDUC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Before course enrollment, students must obtain approval of faculty member who will assume responsibility for guiding work.

ENTOM

2100

Plagues and People

Prerequisite: Introductory biology or permission of instructor. Lecture 001 is offered for 2 credits. Lecture 002 is 3 credits with a discussion.

ENTOM

2120

Insect Biology

Prerequisite or co-requisite: one semester of college biology or permission of instructor. Course lab fee: $25.

ENTOM

2150

Spider Biology: Life on a Silken Thread

Prerequisite: introductory life science course or permission of instructor.

ENTOM

3030

Applied Statistics: Biological Experiments in Practice

Prerequisite: background in statistics is highly recommended.

ENTOM

3070

Pesticides, the Environment, and Human Health

Permission of instructor or sophomore standing required.

ENTOM

3150

Spider Biology

Prerequisite: introductory life science course or permission of instructor.

ENTOM

3350

Naturalist Outreach Practicum

 

ENTOM

3360

Naturalist Outreach Continued

Naturalist Outreach Practicum is an unusual course for students who want to improve their scientific outreach skills and speak in school classrooms. You must obtain Dr. Rayor's permission to participate in this class by 1) Reading the Natural Outreach Web sites:

http://www.entomology.cornell.edu/naturalistoutreach.html

and

http://blackboard.cornell.edu

for Entom 3350 and 2) Contact Dr. Rayor (LSR1, 255-8406) with information about your motivation for taking the class and pertinent experience. This permission process will improve the match between students with a desire for civic engagement in science and this practical course. Dr. Rayor will rapidly inform you of her decision and provide you with an enrollment code.

ENTOM

3690

Chemical Ecology

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course and one semester introductory chemistry for majors or nonmajors or equivalents, or permission of instructor.

ENTOM

4190

Agricultural Application of Plant Health Concepts

Taught at Geneva Campus. Prerequisite: PLPA3010.

ENTOM

4501

Comparative Immunology: Innate Immunity in Action, Lab

Prerequisites: One year of college biology or permission of instructor. Pre/Co-requisite - ENTOM 4500.

ENTOM

4550

Insect Ecology

Recommended Prerequisite: ENTOM 2120 or BIOEE 1610 or permission of instructor.

ENTOM

4610

Model-Based Phylogenetics and Hypothesis Testing

Prerequisites: Prerequisite: BIOEE 1780 or BIOMG 2800 or equivalent, or permission of instructor

ENTOM

4940

Special Topics in Entomology

This course is held for "Trial" classes in the department.

ENTOM

4970

Individual Study in Entomology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

4970

Individual Study in Entomology

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

4990

Undergraduate Research in Entomology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

4990

Undergraduate Research in Entomology

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

ENTOM

7070

Individual Study for Graduate Students

Permission of instructor is required. Not for thesis research.

ENTOM

7070

Individual Study for Graduate Students

Permission of instructor is required. Not for thesis research.

ENTOM

7090

Teaching Entomology

Teaching entomology or for extension training.

ENTOM

7090

Teaching Entomology

Teaching entomology or for extension training.

ENTOM

7100

Mastering the Craft of Scientific Writing

Prerequisite: ENTOM 7670 or instructor consent.

ENTOM

7570

Seminar in Spatial Population Ecology

Prerequisite: Open to anyone (undergraduates with prior permission).

ENTOM

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.

ENTOM

7640

Plant-Insect Interactions Seminar

Permission of instructor is required for undergraduates. May be repeated for credit.

ENTOM

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of instructor is required.15 credits per semester if taking no classes; if taking other courses, use ENTOM 8900 to bring yourself up to a total of 15 credits.

ENTOM

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of instructor is required. 15 credits per semester if taking no classes; if taking other courses, use ENTOM 8900 to bring yourself up to a total of 15 credits.

ENTOM

9900

Doctoral Level Thesis Research

Permission of instructor is required. 15 credits per semester if taking no classe.; if taking other courses, use ENTOM 9900 to bring yourself up to a total of 15 credits.

ENTOM

9900

Doctoral Level Thesis Research

Permission of instructor is required. 15 credits per semester if taking no classes; if taking other courses, use ENTOM 9900 to bring yourself up to a total of 15 credits.

FDSC

1102

Leadership and Career Skills in Food Science

Enrollment is limited to: freshman Food Science majors.

FDSC

1104

Introduction to Wines and Vines

Lec and lab required for undergraduate enology and viticulture students. Students who do not attend first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructors' roster. Student is then responsible for dropping course though their college. Students must purchase four approved wine glasses and pay a $50 tasting fee by the second class session.

FDSC

1104

Introduction to Wines and Vines

Lec and lab required for undergraduate enology and viticulture students. Students who do not attend first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructors' roster. Student is then responsible for dropping course though their college. Students must purchase four approved wine glasses and pay a $50 tasting fee by the second class session.

FDSC

2000

Introduction to Physiochemical and Biological Aspects of Food

Prerequisite: college-level courses in chemistry and biology; organic chemistry or concurrent registration. DNS/FDSC majors get priority for spaces in class.

FDSC

2204

Principles and Practices of Growing Grapes and Making Wines

 

FDSC

2205

Growing Grapes and Making Wines Laboratory

FDSC/HORT/VIEN 1105 and 2204 (may be taken concurrently with 2204).

FDSC

2300

Chef's Chemistry

Enrollment is limited to: freshmen and sophomores in Food Science, Nutrition, and possibly Hotel. To enroll, please contact Professor Regenstein (JMR9) for a permission code. Freshman and Sophomores in Food Science and in Nutrition will be accepted. All others will be put on a waitlist. Please identify your academic advisor before emailing Professor Regenstein.

FDSC

2400

Wines and Grapes: Composition and Analysis

Prerequisite: one semester of chemistry. Enrollment preference given to: Enology & Viticultue and Food Science Majors.

FDSC

3100

Introduction to Animal Welfare for Food Scientists

Enrollment limited to: sophomores.

FDSC

3290

International Agribusiness Study Trip

Prerequisite: previous business management or applied economics courses necessary. Course fee: Field study co-payment $750, scholarships available based on financial need. Students are selected with priority given to juniors and seniors in CALS. Open by application by October 24th.

FDSC

3940

Applied and Food Microbiology

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 and BIOMI 2910.

FDSC

3960

Food Safety Assurance

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900 or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4010

Concepts of Product Development

Prerequisite: FDSC 3940, FDSC 4170, and FDSC 4210, or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4170

Food Chemistry I

Prerequisite: CHEM 1570 or BIOBM 3300 or BIOBM 3310.

FDSC

4180

Food Chemistry II

Prerequisite: FDSC 4170.

FDSC

4190

Food Chemistry Laboratory

Prerequisite: BIOBM 3300 or BIOBM 3310 or CHEM 1570 and FDSC 4170.

FDSC

4220

Functional Foods and Dietary Supplements For Health

Prerequisite: Basic biochemistry course or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4230

Physical Principles of Food Preservation and Manufacturing

Prerequisite: FDSC 3210.

FDSC

4250

Unit Operations and Dairy Foods Processing

Prerequisite: 3210, 4180, or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4300

The Science and Technology of Beer

Prerequisites: Introductory biology and chemistry or permission of instructor. A $50 tasting fee will be applied to student bursar bill. Students must bring 4 appropriate glasses to each class, starting in the second week. Students need to be 21 by first day of class unless course is counting towards major requirements

FDSC

4350

Introduction to Aquaculture for Food Scientists

Enrollment is limited to: at least junior standing.

FDSC

4600

Wine and Food Fermentations

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900. Recommended prerequisite: FDSC 1104.

FDSC

4700

Winemaking Theory and Practice II

Prerequisite: FDSC 2204, FDSC 2205, FDSC 2400, and BIOMI 2900 or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4710

Winemaking Theory and Practice II Laboratory

Prerequisite: FDSC 2204, FDSC 2205, FDSC 2400, and BIOMI 2900 or permission of instructor.

FDSC

4910

Undergraduate Viticulture and Enology Research Practices

Prerequisite: FDSC/HORT/VIEN 2205

FDSC

4940

Special Topics in Food Science

Class enrollment is limited to two students. Students interested in enrolling in this class must submit an application. Please contact Louie Felker (lmf226) for details.

FDSC

4960

Undergraduate Internship in Food Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4960

Undergraduate Internship in Food Science

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4970

Individual Study in Food Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4970

Individual Study in Food Science

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4990

Undergraduate Research in Food Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 701. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

4990

Undergraduate Research in Food Science

Students from all Colleges must submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

FDSC

5000

Master of Professional Studies (Agriculture) Project

Enrollment limited to: MPS candidate.

FDSC

5000

Master of Professional Studies (Agriculture) Project

Enrollment limited to: MPS candidates.

FDSC

5990

Research for Lausanne Exchange Students

Prerequisite: permission of instructor.

FDSC

6000

Seminar in Food Science

Requirement for all graduate students in the field of Food Science and Technology. Strongly recommended for graduate students minoring in Food Science and Technology.

FDSC

6000

Seminar in Food Science

Requirement for: all graduate students in field of food science and technology. Highly recommended for graduate students minoring in food science and technology.

FDSC

6020

International Agriculture in Developing Nations

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FDSC

6220

Functional Foods and Dietary Supplements For Health

Prerequisite: Basic biochemistry course or permission of instructor.

FDSC

6650

Food and Bioprocessing Systems

Prerequisite: FDSC 4230.

FDSC

6940

Special Topics in Food Science

Enrollment limited to 24 students. Priority given to MPS students and seniors in Food Science.

FDSC

6960

Graduate Internship in Food Science

Permission of instructor is required.

FDSC

6960

Graduate Internship in Food Science

Permission of instructor is required.

FDSC

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Food Science

Please sign into your faculty section.

FDSC

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Food Science

Sign into your faculty section.

FDSC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: Master's candidates. Permission of Special Committee chair is required.

FDSC

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: master's candidates. Permission of Special Committee chair is required.

FDSC

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: PhD students.

FSAD

3770

Collections for the Fashion Industries

Prerequisite: FSAD 3460.

HD

1160

Section for Infancy and Childhood

You cannot preregister for HD 1160; you can sign up when you come to the first class of HD 1150 in the fall.

HD

2200

The Human Brain and Mind: An Introduction to Cognitive Neuroscience

Prerequisites: HD 1150 or PSYCH 1101 required; BIONB 2220 or PSCH 2230 recommended.

HD

2830

Research Methods in Human Development

Enrollment limited to: Human Development majors.

HD

3300

Developmental Psychopathology

Prerequisites: HD 1150 or PSYCH 1101.

HD

3510

Racial and Ethnic Identity Development

Required prerequisites: HD 1150 OR HD 1170. Recommended Prerequisites: PSYCH 1101.

HD

3620

Human Bonding

Please feel free to add your name to the wait list. You will be contacted directly if a space opens up for you.

HD

4240

Stress, Emotion, and Health

Preference given to HD majors.

HD

4250

Translational Research on Decision Making

Prerequisites: HD 1150 or 1170 or Psych 1101; also HD 2830 and HD/PSYCH 4750 and HD/PSYCH 4760.

HD

4440

The Nature of Human Intelligence

Preference given to Human Development majors.

HD

4580

The Science of Social Behavior

Enrollment limited to: seniors who major in Sociology, Psychology, Human Development, Communications, ILRLR, and Economics. Capstone seminar for seniors who are interested in graduate study in scientific disciplines that focus on human behavior. Course is designed to mirror the introductory course SOC/HD/COM/ILRLR 1840 Six Pretty Good Books. Seniors are expected to attend both the weekly seminar on Wednesday afternoons (4:30-6:00) and the Wednesday evening lecture (7:30-9:30).

HD

4690

Lab Research on Adult Attachment Phenomena

Prerequisite: HD 3620.

HD

4720

Research in Emotion, Cognition, & Brain

Preference given to Human Development majors.

HD

4730

Network Neuroscience: Selected Topics

Preference given to Human Development majors.

HD

4770

Psychopathology in Great Works of Literature

Students who would like to be in this class should add themselves to the wait list.

HD

4780

Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder in Children

Prerequisites: HD 1150 or equivalent, introductory biology, statistics course.

HD

4980

Senior Honors Seminar

Enrollment limited to: HD Honors program students.

HD

6660

Genetic, Environmental, and Epigenetic Processes in the Development of Individual Differences

Prerequisites: HD 2220 and 3660, NBB 2210, or PSYCH 2230.

HE

2222

Global Citizenship

Prerequisites: sophomore standing or above. Limited to 16.

HE

4901

Medical Anthropology

Taught in NYC.

HE

4901

Medical Anthropology

Taught in NYC.

HE

4902

Professional Practice and the World of Medicine

Taught in NYC.

HE

4902

Professional Practice and the World of Medicine

Taught in NYC.

HE

4903

Community Participation and Service in North Brooklyn

Taught in NYC.

HE

4903

Community Participation and Service in North Brooklyn

Taught in NYC.

HE

4921

Experienced Based Learning in Private and Public Sectors

Taught in NYC.

HE

4921

Experienced Based Learning in Private and Public Sectors

Taught in NYC.

HE

4922

Action Inquiry in Service with Community

Taught in NYC.

HE

4922

Action Inquiry in Service with Community

Taught in NYC.

HE

4923

Service, Professional Practice and Leadership

Taught in NYC.

HE

4923

Service, Professional Practice and Leadership

Taught in NYC.

HE

4991

Honors Project I

Prerequisite: Enrollment limited to Biology & Society seniors with an overall GPA of 3.3. Apply in 306 Rockefeller Hall.

HE

6011

International Public and NGO Management

MPA Students or Instructor Permission.

HE

6012

Introduction to Evaluation

MPA Students may enroll; all other students need Instructor Permission.

HE

6015

Public Finance: Project Management and Planning

MPA student or by permission of instructor.

HE

6050

Planning Externships

Enrollment limited to: MPA students. Recommended Prerequisites: HE 6010: Public Administration.

HORT

1102

Hands-On Horticulture for Gardeners

Not intended for seniors or Plant Science majors. Students who do not attend the first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructor's roster. Students are then responsible for dropping course through their college.

HORT

1104

Introduction to Wines and Vines

Lec and lab required for undergraduate enology and viticulture students. Students who do not attend first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructors' roster. Student is then responsible for dropping course though their college. Students must purchase four approved wine glasses and pay a $50 tasting fee by the second class session.

HORT

1104

Introduction to Wines and Vines

Lec and lab required for undergraduate enology and viticulture students. Students who do not attend first class or provide prior notice to instructor of their absence from first class will be dropped from the instructors' roster. Student is then responsible for dropping course though their college. Students must purchase four approved wine glasses and pay a $50 tasting fee by the second class session.

HORT

2204

Principles and Practices of Growing Grapes and Making Wines

 

HORT

2205

Growing Grapes and Making Wines Laboratory

FDSC/HORT/VIEN 1105 and 2204 (may be taken concurrently with 2204).

HORT

2430

Taxonomy of Cultivated Plants

Prerequisite: one year introductory biology or written permission of instructor. May not be taken for credit after BIOPL 2480.

HORT

2940

Introduction to Agricultural Machinery

To enroll, contact Bob Schindelbeck (rrs3@cornell.edu). The dates and times of the four lecture periods will be determined during the first lab. Most labs will involve working with farm equipment or touring farm environments so students should wear boots or sturdy shoes and casual clothes.

HORT

3050

Arboriculture: Applied Tree Care

Prerequisites: Recommended: Creating the Urban Eden (HORT 4910)

HORT

3100

Production and Marketing of Greenhouse Crops

Prerequisite: HORT 1101 and any other horticulture course. Junior standing is preferred. Cost of required three-day field trip: approx. $90.

HORT

3330

Permaculture Design Certification

Prerequisites: CSS 2600 or permission of instructor.

HORT

3440

Viticulture and Vineyard Management

Prerequisite: HORT/FDSC/VIEN 2204.

HORT

3500

Principles of Vegetable Production

Prerequisites: HORT 1101, CSS 2600 or equivalent. 3 Saturday field trips are planned early in the semester.

HORT

3910

Woody Plant Identification and Use I

Contact Nina Bassuk (nlb2) to obtain a permission code.

HORT

3920

Woody Plant Identification and Use II

Prerequisite: passing grade in HORT 3910 or HORT 4910, or permission of instructor.

HORT

4000

Principles of Plant Propagation

Prereq: BIOPL 2410 or permission of instructor. field trips are once a month on Saturdays.

HORT

4070

Nutritional Quality Improvement of Food Crops

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course or permission of instructors.

HORT

4251

Postharvest Biology of Horticultural Crops Lab

Prerequisite or Corequisite: HORT 4250.

HORT

4400

Restoration Ecology

Enrollment limited to: upperclassmen or graduate students, or permission of instructor.

HORT

4450

Ecological Orchard Management

Prerequisite: two college-level biology courses. Recommended prerequisite: previous horticulture/plant science courses.

HORT

4660

Soil Ecology

Prerequisite: one year of biology or ecology and CSS 2600 or permission of instructor.

HORT

4730

Ecology of Agricultural Systems

Prerequisite: BIOEE 1610 or permission of instructor.

HORT

4850

Public Garden Management

Prerequisite: HORT 4910 or 4920, or permission of instructor. Two-and-a-half-day field trip to botanical gardens and arboreta: approx. $100.

HORT

4910

Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

Enrollment limited to: Plant Science and Landscape Architecture majors or permission of instructor. Pre-registration is required.

HORT

4920

Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

Prerequisite: passing grade in LA/HORT 4910. Enrollment is limited to plant sciences or landscape architecture majors or permission of instructors.

HORT

4931

Grassing the Urban Eden

Prerequisite: HORT 4920/LA 4920 recommended but not required.

HORT

4940

Special Topics in Horticulture

Obligatory trip to Belize, 01/06-01/18, during winter break. Trip fees: airfare and departure tax only. Application required.

HORT

4940

Special Topics in Horticulture

First class meets on 09/08.

HORT

4950

Undergraduate Seminar - Current Topics in Horticulture

Graduate students should enroll in HORT 6000.

HORT

4960

Internship in Horticulture

Permission of student's advisor in advance of participation in internship programs. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

) signed by faculty member who will supervise study and assign grade.

HORT

4960

Internship in Horticulture

Permission of student's advisor in advance of participation in internship program is required. Students must register using independent study form, available online at

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

, and get approval from faculty member who will supervise study and assign grade.

HORT

4970

Undergraduate Individual Study in Horticulture

Students from all colleges must submit an independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

).

HORT

4970

Undergraduate Individual Study in Horticulture

Permission of student's advisor in advance of participation of programs is required. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

) signed by faculty member who will supervise study and assign grade.

HORT

4975

Hortus Forum Officer Leadership Development

Prerequisite: Must be an elected Hortus Forum Officer to enroll. To enroll fill out the Special Studies form available here:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

.

HORT

4975

Hortus Forum Officer Leadership Development

Prerequisite: Must be an elected Hortus Forum Officer to enroll. To enroll fill out the Special Studies form available here:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

.

HORT

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Students will be put in course after submitting the form to 140 Roberts Hall.

HORT

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Permission of student's advisor in advance of participation of programs is required. Students must register using individual study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

) signed by faculty member who will supervise study and assign grade.

HORT

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). You will be put in course after submitting the form to 140 Roberts Hall.

HORT

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

HORT

5900

Master of Professional Studies (Agriculture) Project

Requirement for M.P.S. (agriculture) candidates in respective grad fields of horticulture.

HORT

5900

Master of Professional Studies (Agriculture) Project

Requirement for: M.P.S. (agriculture) candidates in respective graduate fields of horticulture.

HORT

6000

Seminar in Horticulture

Requirement for grad students majoring or minoring in horticulture.

HORT

6000

Seminar in Horticulture

Requirement for: graduate students majoring or minoring in horticulture. Undergraduate students enroll in HORT 4950.

HORT

6170

Advanced Analytical Methods for Plant Systems

Prerequisite: 1 year of general chemistry, one semester of organic chemistry, plant physiology.

HORT

6252

Advanced Postharvest Biology: Plant Senescence

Prerequisite: HORT 4250 or permission of instructor.

HORT

6253

Advanced Postharvest Biology: Postharvest Technology

Prerequisite: HORT 4250 or permission of instructor.

HORT

6350

Tools for Thought

Prerequisite: graduate standing.

HORT

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Horticulture

Sign into your faculty advisor section.

HORT

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Horticulture

Sign into your faculty advisor section.

HORT

7000

Graduate Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required. Undergraduate students should enroll in HORT 4980.

HORT

7000

Graduate Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Permission of instructor is required. Undergraduates should enroll in HORT 4980.

IARD

4000

Feeding the World: The Biological and Quantitative Analyses of Livestock and Crop Systems

Recommended prerequisite: at least one course in biology, in agriculture or in economics.

IARD

4010

Experience Latin America: Rural and Urban Realities I

There is an optional Spanish language discussion section offered for IARD/LATA 4010.

IARD

4011

Student-Community Partnerships in Ecuador I

Prerequisites: Junior, Senior or Graduate students. International Experience and some conversational Spanish preferred.

IARD

4140

Tropical Cropping Systems: Biodiversity, Social, and Environmental Impacts

Prerequisite: interest in agriculture and tropical cropping systems.

IARD

4850

Case Studies in International Ecoagriculture and Environmental Conservation

Enrollment limited to: senior standing in IARD, SNES, or NTRES and International Experience; others by permission of the instructors.

IARD

4910

Food, Farming, and Personal Beliefs

Recommended prerequisite: Sustainable Agriculture (CSS 1900) or equivalent.

IARD

4960

International Internship in International Agriculture

See CALS internship policies and submit approved submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

IARD

4960

International Internship in International Agriculture

See CALS internship policies and submit approved submit a CALS Special Studies Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#special-studies

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

IARD

4970

Independent Study in IARD

Students must register using the independent study form Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

.

IARD

4970

Independent Study in IARD

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

IARD

4980

Teaching Experience in International Agriculture and Rural Development

Previous enrollment in the course to be taught or other appropriate previous training and experience. Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

IARD

4980

Teaching Experience in International Agriculture and Rural Development

Previous enrollment in the course to be taught or other appropriate previous training and experience. Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

IARD

5970

Independent Study in IARD (for M.P.S. Students)

Sign into your faculty section.

IARD

5980

International Development M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: candidates in the field of International Development. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward MPS degree requirements.

IARD

5980

International Development M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. candidates in field of international development (ID). 6 credits may be applied toward M.P.S. degree.

IARD

5990

International Agriculture and Rural Development M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: candidates in the field of international agriculture and rural development. A maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward MPS degree requirements.

IARD

5990

International Agriculture and Rural Development M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. candidates in field of international agriculture and rural development (IARD). Maximum of 6 credits may be applied toward M.P.S. degree requirements.

IARD

6011

Student-Community Partnerships in Ecuador II

Prerequisites: Junior, Senior or Graduate students. International Experience and some conversational Spanish preferred. Students have to take IARD4011 as a pre-requisite to taking 6011.

IARD

6020

International Agriculture in Developing Nations

EMPTY

IARD

6940

Graduate Special Topics in IARD

The department teaches ¿trial¿ courses under this number. Offerings vary by semester and are advertised by the department before the semester starts. Courses offered under the number will be approved by the department curriculum committee, and the same course is not offered more than twice under this number.

IARD

6970

International Development M.P.S. Seminar

Enrollment limited to and required for: MPS ID students or permission of instructor.

IARD

6970

International Development M.P.S. Seminar

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. students.

IARD

6980

Teaching Experience for MPS in International Agriculture and Rural Development

Students must have the needed experience to help assist with the teaching of the course.

IARD

6980

Teaching Experience for MPS in International Agriculture and Rural Development

Sign into your faculty member's section.

INFO

2300

Intermediate Design and Programming for the Web

Priority will be given to Information Science majors and pre-majors.

INFO

3152

Introduction to Computer Game Design

Admittance to CS/INFO 3152 is by instructor permission only. Students who would like to obtain permission must submit an application. The application is available online at

http://gdiac.cs.cornell.edu/courses/application

 

INFO

3400

Personal Relationships and Technology

Prerequisites: COMM 2820, COMM 2450, must attend the first class

INFO

3450

Human-Computer Interaction Design

Prerequisite: COMM/INFO 2450. May be taken concurrently with COMM/INFO 2450.

INFO

3460

Crowds, Communities, and Technology

Prerequisites: COMM 2450.

INFO

4152

Advanced Topics in Computer Game Design

Admittance to CS/INFO 4152 is by instructor permission only. Students who would like to obtain permission must submit an application. The application is available online at

http://gdiac.cs.cornell.edu/courses/application

 

INFO

4400

Advanced Human-Computer Interaction Design

Prerequisite: COMM/INFO 3450 or permission of instructor.

INFO

4450

Computer-Mediated Communication

Prerequisite: COMM 2450 and COMM 2820 or equivalent.

INFO

4550

Deception in the Networked Age

Prerequisites: COMM 2450 or instructor's permission.

INFO

5100

Visual Data Analytics for the Web

Enrollment limited to: graduate students.

INFO

5302

Introduction to Connective Media

Enrollment limited to students enrolled at Cornell Tech. Taught in NYC.

LA

1420

Grounding in Landscape Architecture

Enrollment is limited to: freshman landscape architecture majors or permission of instructor.

LA

2010

Medium of the Landscape

Enrollment limited to: Landscape Architecture majors. Course fee (drafting equipment, supplies, and other fees): approx. $200; field trip: approx. $250.

LA

2610

Fieldwork in Urban Archaeology

Three 8-hour Saturday field labs.

LA

2620

Laboratory in Landscape Archaeology

Recommended prerequisite: LA 2610 or ARKEO 2610 or permission of instructor.

LA

3180

Site Construction

Permission of instructor required.

LA

4030

Directed Study: The Concentration

Enrollment is limited to: Landscape Architecture undergrads in final year of study.

LA

4100

Computer Applications in Landscape Architecture

Enrollment is limited to: Landscape Architecture students.

LA

4100

Computer Applications in Landscape Architecture

Enrollment limited to: Landscape Architecture students.

LA

4910

Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

Enrollment limited to: Plant Science and Landscape Architecture majors or permission of instructor. Pre-registration is required.

LA

4920

Creating the Urban Eden: Woody Plant Selection, Design, and Landscape Establishment

Prerequisite: passing grade in LA/HORT 4910. Enrollment is limited to plant sciences or landscape architecture majors or permission of instructors.

LA

4970

Individual Study in Landscape Architecture

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

4970

Individual Study in Landscape Architecture

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

LA

5090

Master of Professional Studies Project

Please sign in to the appropriate faculty section.

LA

5970

Graduate Individual Study in Landscape Architecture

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Undergraduates, enroll in LA 4970. Please sign into your faculty section.

LA

5970

Graduate Individual Study in Landscape Architecture

Enrollment limited to: graduate students. Please sign into your faculty member's section.

LA

5980

Graduate Teaching

Permission of instructor is required.

LA

5980

Graduate Teaching

Permission of instructor is required.

LA

6010

Integrating Theory and Practice I

Enrollment limited to: graduate students or permission of instructor.

LA

6030

Directed Study: The Concentration

Enrollment limited to: Landscape Architecture graduate students in final year of study.

LA

6180

Site Construction

Permission of instructor is required.

LA

8900

Master's Thesis in Landscape Architecture

Independent research, under faculty guidance leading to the development of a comprehensive and defensible design or study related to the field of landscape architecture. Work is expected to be completed in final semester of residency.

NS

1200

Nutrition and Health: Issues, Outlooks, and Opportunities

Enrollment limited to freshman, sophomore, or junior standing or permission of instructor. Priority given to NS, NS/CALS & HBHS majors. NOT an introductory nutrition course for nonmajors. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

1220

Nutrition and the Life Cycle

Prerequisite: one semester college biology or NS 1150 . Limited enrollment. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number. Overlaps with NS 3310 are forbidden.

NS

2450

Social Science Perspectives on Food and Nutrition

Prerequisite: NS 1150. Must be enrolled by third class meeting. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

2470

Food for Contemporary Living

DPD (Dietetics) Students may open enroll. All others will be placed on a wait list. Registered students must attend first lab or placement is forfeited; Lab coat required. Non-DPD students, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

2470

Food for Contemporary Living

DPD (Dietetics) Students may open enroll. All others will be placed on a wait list. Registered students must attend first lab or placement is forfeited; Lab coat required. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

2600

Introduction to Global Health

Enrollment is limited. COURSE IS OPEN ENROLL FOR SOPHOMORES. Freshmen may be permitted to enroll if space allows. Juniors completing the Global Health Minor should request placement on the course wait list. Seniors are not permitted to enroll. Non-Sophomores, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for placement on the wait list. For general course inquiries, please contact the primary course instructor, Jeanne Moseley. NOTE: NO EXCEPTIONS WILL BE MADE FOR TIME OVERLAPS OR SCHEDULING CONFLICTS - THESE WILL NO LONGER BE ALLOWED.

NS

2750

Human Biology and Evolution

If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

3030

Nutrition, Health and Vegetarian Diets

Prerequisite: Organic Chemistry. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

3200

Introduction to Human Biochemistry

Prerequisite: Two semesters of organic chemistry.

NS

3310

Nutrient Metabolism

Prerequisite: BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3310, or NS 3200, or equivalent. Enrollment limited to: senior, junior, or sophomore standing. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number. Overlaps with NS 1220 are forbidden.

NS

3320

Methods in Nutritional Sciences

Prerequisites: Undergraduate biochemistry; NS 3450, NS 3310 preferred or (where possible) concurrent registration. Enrollment priority given to DNS Seniors. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

3410

Human Anatomy and Physiology

Prerequisite: One year introductory biology (BIOG 1440 or BIOG 1445 strongly recommended). Enrollment limited to: senior, junior, or sophomore students. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

3420

Human Anatomy and Physiology Laboratory

Prerequisite/Co-requisite: NS 3410; Enrollment limited to: college biology; senior, junior, or sophomore standing, priority to DNS majors; No admittance after 1st week. Please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

3450

Introduction to Physiochemical and Biological Aspects of Food

Prerequisite: college-level courses in chemistry and biology; organic chemistry or concurrent registration. DNS/FDSC majors get priority for spaces in class.

NS

3500

Epidemiology in Context

Prerequisite: Introductory Statistics (e.g., PAM 2100 , AEM 2100 , ILRST 2100 ). If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

3980

Research in Human Nutrition and Health

Open to all students. Requirement for students in NS Honors Research Program.

NS

4000

Directed Readings

To take NS 4000 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4000 for at least 2 credits, S/U. This is a DNS requirement. To enroll, students must fill out the CHE Special Study form online. See:

http://www.human.cornell.edu/registrar/forms-and-petitions.cfm

 

NS

4000

Directed Readings

To take NS 4000 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4000 for 2 credits, S/U. Enrollment forms are now online. To enroll, please visit:

https://registrar.human.cornell.edu/ARSS/Student/STUhome.cfm

 

NS

4010

Empirical Research

To take NS 4010 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4010 for at least 2 credits, S/U. This is a DNS requirement. To enroll, students must fill out the CHE Special Study form online. See:

http://www.human.cornell.edu/registrar/forms-and-petitions.cfm

 

NS

4010

Empirical Research

To take NS 4010 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4010 for 2 credits, S/U. Enrollment forms are now online. To enroll, please visit:

https://registrar.human.cornell.edu/ARSS/Student/STUhome.cfm

 

NS

4020

Supervised Fieldwork

To take NS 4020 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4020 for at least 2 credits, S/U. This is a DNS requirement. To enroll, students must fill out the CHE Special Study form online. See:

http://www.human.cornell.edu/registrar/forms-and-petitions.cfm

 

NS

4020

Supervised Fieldwork

To take NS 4020 for a letter grade (1-4 credits), you must first take/pass NS 4020 for 2 credits, S/U. Enrollment forms are now online. To enroll, please visit:

https://registrar.human.cornell.edu/ARSS/Student/STUhome.cfm

 

NS

4030

Teaching Apprenticeship

To enroll, students must fill out the Undergraduate TAship form:

http://www.human.cornell.edu/registrar/forms-and-petitions.cfm-

NOTE: Unofficial transcript no longer required for DNS Ugrad TAs.

NS

4030

Teaching Apprenticeship

To enroll, students must fill out the Undergraduate TAship form:

http://www.human.cornell.edu/registrar/upload/HE-4030-TA-form-0412-2.pdf

- NOTE: Unofficial transcript copies no longer required for DNS Ugrad TAs.

NS

4250

Nutrition Communications and Counseling

Prerequisites: NS 1150 , NS 1220 , and NS 2450. Enrollment limited to: junior or senior standing; priority given to senior dietetics/nutrition majors. Please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

4310

Mineral Nutrition and Chronic Disease

Preferred prerequisite: NS 3310.

NS

4315

Nutrient Requirements and Recommendations: Biological Aspects

Enrollment limited to: junior or senior standing. Prerequisite: Introductory Biochemistry and NS 3310 (or concurrent registration) or permission of the instructor.

NS

4410

Nutrition and Disease

Prerequisite: Biochemistry.

NS

4420

Implementation of Nutrition Care

Enrollment preference given to DPD (Dietetics) Students. Prerequisite: NS 1150, NS 1220, NS 2470, NS 4410, or concurrent registration. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

4444

Sports Nutrition and Supplements, Concepts and Evidence

Prerequisites: NS 1150 and NS 3200 , BIOMG 3300 , or BIOMG 3310 and concurrent registration in NS 3410 or BIOAP 3110, or permission of instructor. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

4450

Toward a Sustainable Global Food System: Food Policy for Developing Countries

Preferred prerequisite: 6 credits in economics, applied econ, or sociology; and 6 credits in nutrition and/or agricultural sciences. Attendance to first lecture is required; no shows will be dropped. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

4500

Public Health Nutrition

Enrollment limited primarily to seniors and juniors. Prerequisite: NS 1150. Students MUST attend first lecture or placement is forfeited. When course is full, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

4600

Explorations in Global and Public Health

Enrollment is limited to seniors with completion of all requirements for the global health minor or permission of instructor. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

4620

Global Service Learning Pre-Departure Seminar

Enrollment limited to students accepted into a Cornell Global Service Learning Program during the Summer that follows the Spring semester in which this course is being offered. Please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

4880

Applied Dietetics in Food Service Systems

Prerequisite: HADM 1360 and BIOMI 2900. Enrollment is limited to: DPD (Dietetics) seniors only; DPD (Dietetics) juniors with permission. Lab coat required; Fee for supplies & training: approx $100. Please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2) for a PIN number/placement on the wait list.

NS

4900

Manipulating the Mouse Genome

Prerequisites: BIOMG 2800, BIOMG 2810, BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3320 or BIOMG 3330, or NS 3200. Meets during first half of semester and provides background information for VTBMS 7010/TOX 7010 Mouse Pathology and Transgenesis, which meets during second half. Students interested in both courses must register for them separately.

NS

4990

Honors Problem

Enrollment limited to: Students who have been accepted into the DNS Honors Research Program.

NS

4990

Honors Problem

Enrollment limited to: NS Honors Research Program students.

NS

5100

Preparation for Professional Study

Enrollment is limited to students in the DNS post-baccalaureate program.

NS

5200

Health and the Humanities

Enrollment limited to: Students in the DNS post-baccalaureate program.

NS

5411

Integrative Health Sciences II

Enrollment limited to: Students in the DNS post-baccalaureate program.

NS

5550

Leadership in Dietetics Practice

Prerequisite: Completion of ACEND-accredited Didactic Program in Dietetics. Limited enrollment.

NS

6000

Special Problems for Graduate Students

Enrollment is limited to: Graduate students. Students must use a paper ADD form to add course. This form requires obtaining the instructor's signature/permission.

NS

6000

Special Problems for Graduate Students

Enrollment is limited to: graduate students.

NS

6080

Epigenetics

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2810 and BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3320 or BIOMG 3330 or NS 3200.

NS

6140

Topics in Maternal and Child Nutrition

Undergraduate students can enroll with permission of Instructor.

NS

6200

Translational Research and Evidence-based Policy and Practice in Nutrition

Enrollment limited to: DNS graduate students. If you are not able to enroll, please contact Terry Mingle (tpm2).

NS

6250

Community Nutrition in Action

Enrollment is limited to: Dietetic Interns.

NS

6320

Regulation of Macronutrient Metabolism

Prerequisite: NS 3310 or permission of instructor.

NS

6350

Introduction to Community Nutrition Research for Dietetic Interns

Enrollment is limited to: Dietetic Interns.

NS

6520

The Foundations of Epidemiology

Prerequisite: BTRY 6010 or equivalent. Enrollment limited to: graduate standing. Class meets 3:30-4:45pm. Offered in Ithaca and Weill Cornell.

NS

6580

Advanced Epidemiology: Theory and Practice

Prerequisite:NS 6520 and all other requirements of obtaining a minor in Epidemiology, namely BTRY 6010, BTRY 6020. Recommended: BTRY 6030 or equivalent.

NTRES

4850

Case Studies in International Ecoagriculture and Environmental Conservation

Enrollment limited to: senior standing in IARD, SNES, or NTRES and International Experience. Others by permission of the instructors.

NTRES

4870

Undergraduate Research Methods

Enrollment limited to: seniors doing an honors research project in Natural Resources or juniors considering the program.

NTRES

4870

Undergraduate Research Methods

Only students enrolled in the Honors Research Program should enroll in this course.

NTRES

4940

Special Topics in Natural Resources

Please contact course instructor for application if you are interested in enrolling in this course.

NTRES

4940

Special Topics in Natural Resources

Prerequisite: An application is required; contact Teaching Support Specialist, Amy Kuo at ayk3@cornell.edu, for info. Applications are due March 17, 2014. Class notes: 3 field trips required outside of the normal class time.

NTRES

4960

Internship in Natural Resources

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4960

Internship in Natural Resources

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4970

Individual Study in Environmental Social Science and Resource Policy

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4970

Individual Study in Environmental Social Science and Resource Policy

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

NTRES

4971

Individual Study in Applied Ecology and Conservation Ecology

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4971

Individual Study in Applied Ecology and Conservation Ecology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

NTRES

4972

Individual Study in Ecosystem Science and Biochemistry

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4972

Individual Study in Ecosystem Science and Biochemistry

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

NTRES

4980

Undergraduate Teaching in Natural Resources

Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

.

NTRES

4980

Undergraduate Teaching in Natural Resources

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

NTRES

4990

Undergraduate Research

May be repeated for credit. Permission of instructor required (academic staff in major). Students must register via the online enrollment form found here:

https://dust.cals.cornell.edu/IndStudyPolicy.aspx

or in D.U.S.T.

NTRES

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

NTRES

5900

Professional Projects - M.P.S

Enrollment limited to: MPS graduate students working on professional master's projects.

NTRES

5900

Professional Projects - M.P.S

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. graduate students working on professional master's projects.

NTRES

6000

Introduction to Graduate Study in Natural Resources

Enrollment limited to: beginning graduate students whose faculty advisors are in Natural Resources. Check with department (12 Fernow) for organizational meeting.

NTRES

6040

Seminar on Selected Topics in Resource Policy and Management

Check with departments for availability.

NTRES

6160

Seminar on Selected Topics in Ecosystem Science and Biogeochemistry

Enrollment limited to: upper-level undergraduates or graduate students. Check with department (12Fernow) for organizational meeting.

NTRES

6200

Spatial Modeling and Analysis

Prerequisite: CSS 4100, CSS 4200, or equivalent, or permission of instructor.

NTRES

6240

Sustainable Water Resource Management in the Face of Climate Change

Prerequisites: Graduate standing or permission of instructor. Students are required to meet one additional day each week outside of lecture to participate in a collaborative graduate group project. See course description.

NTRES

6280

Principles and Practices of Applied Wildlife Science

Pre-requisite: NTRES 3100 or equivalent; or permission of instructor.

NTRES

6702

Special Topics in Behavioral Ecology

This is a graduate course; undergraduates are welcome but must have taken BIONB 2210 or PSYCH 1101 and have permission of the instructor. Organizational meeting 5:15pm Thursday, 28 August 2014, A305 CMH (Rosenblatt).

NTRES

6940

Special Topics in Natural Resources

Enrollment limited to: graduate standing or permission of instructor. Seniors should enroll in NTRES 4940 with same topic name.

NTRES

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Natural Resources

Permission of instructor is required. Sign into the faculty section you are working with.

NTRES

6970

Graduate Individual Study in Natural Resources

Permission of instructor is required.

NTRES

7283

Molecular Genetic Approaches to the Study of Ecology and Evolution

Prerequisites: Introductory genetics required; population genetics or ecological genetics or permission of instructor. Contact Matt Hare (mph75) for organizational meeting day/time.

NTRES

7800

Graduate Seminar in Ornithology

Permission of instructor required for undergraduate students. May be repeated for credit.

NTRES

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: PhD students before "A" exam has been passed. Sign into your faculty section.

NTRES

7900

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. students, before A exam has been passed.

NTRES

8900

Master's Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: graduate students working on master's thesis research. Sign into your faculty member's section.

NTRES

8900

Master's Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: graduate students working on masters thesis research.

NTRES

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: PhD candidates after "A" exam has been passed. Sign into your faculty member's section.

NTRES

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: Ph.D. candidates after A exam has been passed.

PAM

2040

Economics of the Public Sector

Prerequisite: PAM 2000.

PAM

3780

Sick Around the World? Comparing Health Care Systems Around the World

Required Prerequisites: Introductory statistics (PAM 2100, 2101; AEM 2100; ECON 3190; ILRST 2100; MATH 1102; SOC 3010; STSCI 2100). Recommended Prerequisite: US Health Care System (PAM 2350).

PAM

3800

Human Sexuality

Discussion enrollment will occur during the first week of class by the instructor. Enroll in lecture only.

PAM

4080

Demographic Techniques II

Prerequisites: Permission of instructor. A background in statistics will be helpful.

PAM

5470

Microeconomics for Management and Policy

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5520

Health Care Services: Consumer and Ethical Perspectives

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5570

Health Care Organizations

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5620

Finance

Prerequisite: AEM 2100, AEM 1200 and AEM 2210 or equivalent. Enrollment limited to: Sloan Health Administration Masters Students only.

PAM

5630

Health Care Financial Management II

Enrollment limted to Sloan students only or permission of instructor.

PAM

5641

Health Information Technology and Quality

Enrollment limited to: Sloan students only.

PAM

5660

Strategic Management and Organizational Design of Health Care Systems

Enrollment limited to: Sloan students.

PAM

5670

Health Policy

Enrollment limited to: Sloan students only.

PAM

5679

Desktop & Modeling Solutions

Enrollment limited to: PAM majors.

PAM

5690

Regression Analysis and Managerial Forecasting

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5700

Health Care Accounting

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5710

Organizational Development/Human Resource Management in Health Care Organization

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5760

Long-Term Care and Lifestyle Alternatives for the Older Adult

Friday meeting held in Kendal at Ithaca. Saturday's class will be held on campus.

PAM

5900

Special Topics in Health Administration and Finance

Enrollment limited to Sloan and Johnson graduate students or with permission of Julie Carmalt (JHC48@cornell.edu). Class will meet every Wednesday for 2 credits.

PAM

5900

Special Topics in Health Administration and Finance

Enrollment limited to second year Sloan students. First year Sloan students and those outside of the program may request consideration by emailing jhc48@cornell.edu. Additional web-based hours will be assigned to this class.

PAM

5951

Field Studies in Health Administration and Planning

Enrollment limited to Sloan students only.

PAM

5990

Challenges and Trends in the Health Services Industry

Enrollment limited to: Sloan students only.

PAM

6060

Demographic Techniques II

Prerequisites: Graduate standing. A background in statistics will be helpful.

PAM

6720

Demography Proseminar

Enrollment limited to: at least 2nd-year graduate student.

PLBR

2250

Plant Genetics

Prerequisite: one year of introductory biology or equivalent; permission of instructor for students who have taken BIOGD 2810.

PLBR

2253

Lectures in Plant Genetics

Prerequisite: One year of majors-level biology course or equivalent.

PLBR

2500

Fundamentals and Applications of Genetics

Taught in Auburn.

PLBR

2990

Introduction to Research Methods in Plant Breeding and Genetics

Enrollment preference given to: students who are new to undergraduate research.

PLBR

4030

Genetic Improvement of Crop Plants

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2810, PLBR 2250, or other standard genetics course and course in crops or horticulture.

PLBR

4050

Patents, Plants, and Profits: Intellectual Property Management for Scientists and Entrepreneurs

Enrollment is limited to: seniors and graduate students.

PLBR

4060

Methods of Plant Breeding Laboratory

Prerequisite or co-requisite: PLBR 4030 or equivalent.

PLBR

4070

Nutritional Quality Improvement of Food Crops

Prerequisite: one majors-level biology course or permission of instructors.

PLBR

4831

Concepts and Techniques in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

PLBR

4832

Proteomics and Protein Mass Spectrometry in Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

PLBR

4940

Special Topics in Plant Breeding

The department teaches trial courses under this number.

PLBR

4960

Internship in Plant Breeding

Permission of advisor and enrollment during the pre-enrollment period of the semester before the internship is required. Enrollment is limited to: plant breeding juniors or seniors with a minimum 3.0 average in plant breeding courses. Students must attach to their course enrollment materials a CALS Independent Study, Research, Teaching, or Internship form signed by the faculty member who will supervise their study and assign their credits and grade. ndependent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4960

Internship in Plant Breeding

Prerequisite: minimum GPA of 3.0 in plant breeding courses. Enrollment limited to: juniors or seniors in plant breeding. Enrollment during pre-enrollment period of semester before internship is required. Students from all colleges must submit an independent study form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). A minimum 60 on-the-job hours per credit granted.

PLBR

4970

Individual Study in Plant Breeding

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4970

Individual Study in Plant Breeding

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4980

Undergraduate Teaching

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLBR

5990

Plant Breeding M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. candidates in Field of Plant Breeding.

PLBR

5990

Plant Breeding M.P.S. Project Paper

Enrollment limited to: M.P.S. candidates in Field of Plant Breeding.

PLBR

6100

Practicum in Plant Breeding

Prerequsite: PLBR 4030. Permission of instructor is required.

PLBR

6500

Special Problems in Research and Teaching

Permission of instructor supervising research or teaching is required.

PLBR

6500

Special Problems in Research and Teaching

Permission of instructor supervising research or teaching is required.

PLBR

6940

Special Topics in Plant Breeding

The department teaches trial courses under this number.

PLBR

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation

Enrollment limited to: doctoral students who have not passed A exam. Permission of instructor is required.

PLBR

7900

Graduate-Level Dissertation

Enrollment limited to: doctoral students who have not passed A exam. Permission of instructor is required.

PLBR

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: master's candidates. Permission of instructor is required.

PLBR

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Enrollment limited to: master's candidates. Permission of instructor is required.

PLBR

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: doctoral students who have passed A exam. Permission of instructor is requried.

PLBR

9900

Doctoral-Level Dissertation Research

Enrollment limited to: doctoral students who have passed A exam. Permission of instructor is required.

PLPA

2900

Celebrating Inquiry - The Wonder of Willow

Prerequisites: Second year student or higher.

PLPA

2950

Biology of Infectious Disease: From Molecules to Ecosystems

At least sophomore standing and two of the three core undergraduate biology courses or the equivalent.

PLPA

3010

Biology and Management of Plant Diseases

Prerequisite: one year of biology.

PLPA

3190

Mushrooms of Field and Forest

Classes begin 2nd week of classes and go for 8 weeks.

PLPA

4010

Microbial Pathogens Versus Plants: Molecular Weapons, Defenses, and Rules of Engagement

Prerequisite: Introductory Genetics(BIOMG2810 or equivalent) or Biochemistry (BIOMG3300, or 3310 and 3320, or equivalent) or PLPA3010 or permission of instructor.

PLPA

4020

Biology of Plant Pathogens

Prerequisite: PLPA 3010 or consent of instructor.

PLPA

4190

Agricultural Application of Plant Health Concepts

Taught at Geneva Campus. Prerequisite: PLPA3010.

PLPA

4250

DNA Targeting: Applications, Reagents, and Impact

Prerequisites: BIOMG 3300, BIOMG 3310 and BIOMG 3320, BIOMG 3330, or BIOMG 3350, and BIOMG 2810, or permission of instructor. Recommended: BIOMG 4860; BIOMG 4000

PLPA

4330

Infectious Disease Ecology and Evolution

Prerequisite: Prior enrollment in PLPA 2950 is recommended.

PLPA

4490

Advanced Mycology

Prerequisite: Two semesters of general biology.

PLPA

4831

Concepts and Techniques in Plant Molecular Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

PLPA

4832

Proteomics and Protein Mass Spectrometry in Biology

Prerequisite: BIOMG 2800 and BIOMG 3300 or BIOMG 3320, or equivalents. Recommended prerequisite: BIOMG 3310.

PLPA

4940

Undergraduate Special Topics in Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

This is an advanced undergraduate course that is presented online and consists of 2 two-hour lectures per week for 10 weeks (January 2 - March 15) conducted by Prof. Larry Madden from Ohio State University. Students will view the lectures on their own time, but will be responsible for submitting class assignments and written tests (mid-term and final). The course will be supervised locally by Prof. Robert Seem (rcs4@cornell.edu); a full syllabus can be found at

http://www.oardc.ohio-state.edu/pp702/index.html

. Please contact Prof. Seem before enrolling.

PLPA

4970

Independent Study in Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

4970

Independent Study in Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

4990

Undergraduate Research

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

PLPA

6600

Special Topics in Plant Disease Management

Taught distance learning from Geneva, NY.

PLPA

6810

Plant Pathology and Plant-Microbe Biology Seminar

Requirement for: all plant pathology majors.

PLPA

6811

PPPMB Seminar Series II

Taught in Geneva and broadcasted to Ithaca by request.

PLPA

7980

Graduate Teaching Experience

Enrollment limited to: Graduate teaching assistance in a mycology or plant pathology course by mutual agreement with the instructor.

PLPA

7980

Graduate Teaching Experience

Graduate teaching assistance in a mycology or plant pathology course by mutual agreement with the instructor.

PLPA

7990

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

PLPA

7990

Graduate-Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

PLPA

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

PLPA

8900

Master's Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

PLPA

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

PLPA

9900

Doctoral-Level Thesis Research

Permission of advisor is required.

SEA

3665

The Ocean and Global Change

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites required. Refer to SEA Semester program descriptions at www.sea.edu.

SEA

3685

Leadership in a Dynamic Environment

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites required. Refer to SEA Semester program descriptions at www.sea.edu.

SEA

3730

Toward a Sustainable Ocean: Conservation and Management

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites required. Refer to SEA Semester program descriptions at www.sea.edu.

SEA

3740

Cultural Landscapes and Seascapes: A Sense of Place

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites required. Refer to SEA Semester program descriptions at www.sea.edu.

SEA

3810

Data Communication and Visualization

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites required. Refer to SEA Semester program descriptions at www.sea.edu.

SEA

4971

Independent Study in Oceanography

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites: SEA Semester. Junior standing, proposal approval and consent of instructor.

SEA

4972

Independent Study in Environmental Policy

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites: SEA Semester. Junior standing, proposal approval and consent of instructor.

SEA

4973

Independent Study in Maritime Humanities

Taught at Shoals Marine Lab. Corequisites: SEA Semester. Junior standing, proposal approval and consent of instructor.

SNES

1101

Introduction to Environmental Science and Sustainability

 

SNES

4850

Case Studies in International Ecoagriculture and Environmental Conservation

Enrollment limited to: senior standing in IARD, SNES, or NTRES and International Experience; others by permission of the instructors.

SNES

4940

Special Topics in Science of Natural and Environmental Systems

Enrollment limited to: senior standing in IARD, SNES, or NTRES and international experience; others by permission of instructors.

SNES

4960

Internships in Environmental Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

SNES

4960

Internships in Environmental Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

SNES

4970

Individual Study in Environmental Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

SNES

4970

Individual Study in Environmental Science

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

STS

2051

Ethical Issues in Health and Medicine

University Common Course.

STS

2131

Science Fiction

To be placed on a provisional waitlist, please email Professor Banerjee, ab425@cornell.edu.

STS

2871

Evolution

Intended for students with no background in college biology. May not be taken for credit after BIOEE 1780 Does not meet evolutionary biology requirement for biological sciences major.

STS

3020

Science Writing for the Media

Not open to freshmen. Prerequisite: college-level writing course.

STS

3111

Sociology of Medicine

Not open to Freshmen

STS

3311

Environmental Governance

Enrollment limited to: juniors, seniors, or by permission of instructor.

STS

4291

Politics of Science

Government Seniors/Juniors given preference. This course fulfills the Government seminar requirement.

STS

4691

Food, Agriculture, and Society

Prerequisite: introductory ecology course or permission of instructor. Limited to 20 students.

VIEN

2204

Principles and Practices of Growing Grapes and Making Wines

 

VIEN

2205

Growing Grapes and Making Wines Laboratory

FDSC/HORT/VIEN 1105 and 2204 (may be taken concurrently with 2204).

VIEN

2400

Wines and Grapes: Composition and Analysis

Prerequisite: one semester of chemistry. Enrollment preference given to: Enology & Viticultue and Food Science majors.

VIEN

3440

Viticulture and Vineyard Management

Prerequisite: HORT/FDSC/VIEN 2204.

VIEN

4000

Capstone Project in Viticulture and Enology

 

VIEN

4300

The Science and Technology of Beer

Prerequisites: Introductory biology and chemistry or permission of instructor. A $50 tasting fee will be applied to student bursar bill. Students must bring 4 appropriate glasses to each class, starting in the second week. Students need to be 21 by first day of class unless course is counting towards major requirements

VIEN

4600

Wine and Food Fermentations

Prerequisite: BIOMI 2900. Recommended prerequisite: FDSC 1104.

VIEN

4700

Winemaking Theory and Practice II

Prerequisite: FDSC 2204, FDSC 2205, FDSC 2400, and BIOMI 2900 or permission of instructor.

VIEN

4710

Winemaking Theory and Practice II Laboratory

Prerequisite: FDSC 2204, FDSC 2205, FDSC 2400, and BIOMI 2900 or permission of instructor.

VIEN

4910

Undergraduate Viticulture and Enology Research Practices

Prerequisites: FDSC/HORT/VIEN 2205

VIEN

4960

Viticulture and Enology Internship

Prerequisite: VIEN/FDSC 1105. Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4960

Viticulture and Enology Internship

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4970

Individual Study in Viticulture and Enology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4970

Individual Study in Viticulture and Enology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4980

Undergraduate Teaching Experience

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4990

Undergraduate Research in Viticulture and Enology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

VIEN

4990

Undergraduate Research in Viticulture and Enology

Students from all colleges must submit an Independent Study Form (Available online:

http://cals.cornell.edu/academics/registrar/policies/#independent-study

). Do not sign into section 601. You will be put in the course after submitting form online.

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