Graduate Arts and Sciences (AS)
The minimum prerequisite for 50000-69999 level courses is graduate standing. The minimum prerequisite for courses 70000 and higher is doctoral standing. Additional prerequisites may apply and are listed in this catalog.
50095/70095 Special Topics (1-5)
Topic to be announced in the Schedule of Classes. Repeat registration permitted when content varies. Prerequisite: special approval.
50096/70096 Individual Investigation (1-6)
Pursuit of a subject matter beyond normal course coverage, supervised by a graduate faculty member.
53001/73001 Legal Information Sources and Services
(Cross-listed with LIS 6/80619) Fundamentals of legal research methods and major sources of American legal literature in print and electronic formats as used in other disciplines. Students learn how to formulate a research plan based on legal analysis of issues using relevant, authoritative legal resources.
60220 Bioinformatics (4)
Theory, methods and computational approaches used to interpret large volumes of biosciences information reviews of major data repositories. An interdisciplinary research project is required.
61000 Introduction to Liberal Studies (2)
Introduction to history, philosophy and curricular structure of graduate liberal studies.
61095 Liberal Studies Seminar (3)
An interdisciplinary seminar designed for candidates in the Liberal Studies program. Topics will vary.
61098 Liberal Studies Essay (3)
The preparation of an essay of approximately 50 pages on a topic related to the student’s program of study for the Master of Liberal Studies degree. S/U grading; IP permissible.