Aug 18, 2019  
2002-2003 Graduate Catalog 
    
2002-2003 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Graduate Courses


 

Forest Ecosystem Science

   •  FES 410 - Artificial Regeneration
   •  FES 415 - Forest Genetics
   •  FES 416 - Functional Structure of Woody Plants
   •  FES 435 - Managing Forest Succession
   •  FES 508 - The Industrial Spruce-Fir Ecosystem
   •  FES 519 - Functional Structure of Woody Plants
   •  FES 520 - Developmental Physiology of Woody Plants
   •  FES 521 - Research Methods in Forest Resources
   •  FES 530 - Sustainable Production in Tropical Forests
   •  FES 535 - Managing Forest Succession
   •  FES 536 - Forest Stand Dynamics
   •  FES 541 - Disturbance Ecology of Forest Ecosystems
   •  FES 607 - Silviculture Problems
   •  FES 615 - Forest Biology Problems
   •  FES 620 - Forestry Seminar
   •  FES 699 - Graduate Thesis

Forest Engineering

   •  FOE 453 - Harvesting of Forest Crops
   •  FOE 473 - Forest Roads and Structures
   •  FOE 699 - Graduate Thesis

Forestry

   •  FTY 444 - Forest Resources Economics
   •  FTY 446 - Forest Resources Policy
   •  FTY 456 - Advanced Forest Biometry
   •  FTY 457 - Forest Watershed Management
   •  FTY 480 - Applied Geographic Information Systems
   •  FTY 526 - Satellite Remote Sensing of Forests
   •  FTY 532 - Forest Influences
   •  FTY 540 - Forest Products Marketing
   •  FTY 546 - Forest Policy Analysis
   •  FTY 575 - Advanced Forest Management
   •  FTY 601 - Forest Mensuration Problems
   •  FTY 603 - Forest Management Problems
   •  FTY 609 - Remote Sensing Problems
   •  FTY 611 - Research Problems in Forest Economics
   •  FTY 617 - Forest Policy Problems
   •  FTY 690 - Master of Forestry Project
   •  FTY 699 - Graduate Thesis

Franco American Studies

   •  FAS 440 - Franco American Civilization
   •  FAS 442 - French Language of North America
   •  FAS 458 - History of French Canada and Franco Americans
   •  FAS 459 - Colonial Canada

French

   •  FRE 400 - Advanced French Grammar
   •  FRE 401 - Translation and Comparative Stylistics
   •  FRE 404 - Medieval and Renaissance French Literature
   •  FRE 405 - Seventeenth Century French Literature
   •  FRE 406 - Eighteenth Century French Literature
   •  FRE 407 - 19th Century French Literature
   •  FRE 408 - Twentieth Century French Literature
   •  FRE 413 - Advanced Composition and Stylistics
   •  FRE 420 - French Phonetics
   •  FRE 440 - Franco-American Civilization
   •  FRE 442 - French Language of North America
   •  FRE 457 - French Civilization
   •  FRE 463 - Quebec Poetry
   •  FRE 464 - Quebec Theatre
   •  FRE 490 - Topics in French
   •  FRE 497 - Independent Projects I
   •  FRE 498 - Independent Projects II
   •  FRE 500 - History of the French Language
   •  FRE 504 - Seminar in Medieval and Renaissance Literature
   •  FRE 505 - Seminar in French Classicism
   •  FRE 506 - Seminar in Literature of the Eighteenth Century
   •  FRE 507 - Seminar in Literature of the Nineteenth Century
   •  FRE 508 - Seminar in the Novel
   •  FRE 509 - Seminar in Poetry
   •  FRE 510 - Seminar in the Theatre
   •  FRE 520 - French Linguistics
   •  FRE 597 - Projects in French I
   •  FRE 598 - Projects in French II
   •  FRE 699 - Graduate Thesis

Geography

   •  GEO 401 - Historical Geography of the United States
   •  GEO 450 - Historical Geography of Canada

Geological Sciences

   •  GES 416 - Introduction to Structural Geology
   •  GES 417 - Introduction to Geophysics
   •  GES 441 - Principles of Glacial Geology
   •  GES 510 - Special Topics
   •  GES 521 - Low Temperature-Pressure Geochemistry
   •  GES 523 - Physical Geochemistry
   •  GES 524 - Aqueous Terrestrial Geochemistry
   •  GES 527 - Isotope Geology
   •  GES 532 - Advanced Sedimentology
   •  GES 534 - Coastal Sedimentology
   •  GES 542 - Quaternary Environments and Climatic Change
   •  GES 543 - Quaternary History of Northeastern North America
   •  GES 544 - Glaciology
   •  GES 545 - Glaciology Laboratory
   •  GES 546 - Marine Paleoclimatology
   •  GES 547 - The Role of Continental Glaciers in Global Climate Change
   •  GES 552 - Geomorphology
   •  GES 555 - Microstructural Processes
   •  GES 578 - Metamorphic Petrology
   •  GES 580 - Introduction to Hydrogeology
   •  GES 582 - Advanced Topics in Geophysics
   •  GES 583 - Advanced Structural Geology
   •  GES 588 - Topics in Applied Hydrogeology
   •  GES 591 - Introduction to Meteorology and Climatology
   •  GES 601 - Selected Study in Geology I
   •  GES 602 - Selected Study in Geology II
   •  GES 699 - Graduate Thesis

German

   •  GER 401 - German Civilization
   •  GER 402 - Contemporary Germany
 

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