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Graduate School

    The University of Maine
   
 
  Sep 20, 2017
 
 
    
2014-2015 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Graduate Courses


 

Electrical and Computer Engineering

   •  ECE 663 - Design and Fabrication of Surface Wave Devices
   •  ECE 667 - Solid State Device Theory II
   •  ECE 699 - Graduate Thesis/Research

Engineering (PSM)

   •  GEE 694 - Professional Science Masters in Engineering and Business Internship

English

   •  ENG 405 - Topics in Creative Writing
   •  ENG 415 - Advanced Report & Proposal Writing
   •  ENG 416 - Technical Editing & Document Design
   •  ENG 418 - Topics in Professional Writing
   •  ENG 429 - Topics in Literature
   •  ENG 440 - Major American Writers
   •  ENG 445 - The American Novel
   •  ENG 459 - Contemporary British Literature
   •  ENG 470 - Topics in Literary Theory and Criticism
   •  ENG 471 - Literature, Gender, and Gender Theory
   •  ENG 472 - English Language and Writing for the Secondary School
   •  ENG 490 - Research Seminar in Literature
   •  ENG 506 - Rhetorical Theory: Civic Tradition
   •  ENG 507 - Graduate Fiction Workshop
   •  ENG 508 - Graduate Poetry Workshop
   •  ENG 515 - Approaches to Reports, Proposals, and Grants in Academic and Workplace Settings
   •  ENG 516 - Perspectives on Technical Editing and Information Design
   •  ENG 518 - Topics in Professional and Technical Writing
   •  ENG 529 - Studies in Literature
   •  ENG 536 - Studies in Canadian Literature
   •  ENG 541 - American Literature from Colonial Through Romantic
   •  ENG 542 - Studies in Multicultural American Literature
   •  ENG 545 - American Realism and Naturalism
   •  ENG 546 - Modern American Literature
   •  ENG 549 - Studies in Gender and Literature
   •  ENG 551 - Medieval English Literature
   •  ENG 553 - Shakespeare and His Contemporaries
   •  ENG 554 - Renaissance and 17th-Century Literature
   •  ENG 555 - Literature of the Enlightenment
   •  ENG 556 - English Romanticism
   •  ENG 557 - Victorian Literature
   •  ENG 558 - Modern British Literature
   •  ENG 570 - Critical Theory
   •  ENG 579 - The Theory of Composition
   •  ENG 580 - Topics in Poetry and Poetics
   •  ENG 596 - Graduate Internship in Professional Writing
   •  ENG 606 - Rhetorical Theory: Critical Tradition
   •  ENG 649 - Seminar in Modernist and Postmodernist American Poetry
   •  ENG 693 - Teaching College Composition
   •  ENG 697 - Independent Reading/Writing
   •  ENG 699 - Graduate Thesis/Research

English as a Second Language

   •  ELL 470 - The Teaching of English As A Second Language
   •  ELL 475 - Curriculum Development in English As A Second Language/English as A Foreign Language Contexts
   •  ELL 480 - Testing and Assessment in English As A Second Language/English as A Foreign Language Contexts
   •  ELL 485 - Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition Principles for ESL/EFL Teachers
   •  ELL 491 - Multiculturalism and Diversity for ESL/EFL Contexts
   •  ELL 570 - Methods of Teaching English as a Second Language
   •  ELL 575 - Curriculum and Development in English as a Second Languae (ESL) Context
   •  ELL 580 - Testing and Assessment in English as a Second Language (ESL) Context
   •  ELL 585 - Applied Linguistics and Second Language Acquisition Principles for ESL/EFL
   •  ELL 591 - Multiculturalism and Diversity for English as a Second Language (ESL) Contexts
   •  IEI 490 - Topics in Teaching English As A Second Language
   •  IEI 597 - Advanced Independent Study in ESL/EFL

Food Science and Nutrition

   •  FSN 401 - Community Nutrition
   •  FSN 410 - Human Nutrition and Metabolism
   •  FSN 412 - Medical Nutrition Therapy I
   •  FSN 420 - Medical Nutrition Therapy II
   •  FSN 425 - Contemporary Issues in the Food Industry
   •  FSN 430 - Counseling and Diet Therapy
   •  FSN 436 - Food Law
   •  FSN 438 - Food Microbiology
   •  FSN 439 - Food Microbiology Laboratory
   •  FSN 440 - Utilization of Aquatic Food Resources
   •  FSN 450 - Food Biotechnology
   •  FSN 482 - Food Chemistry
   •  FSN 483 - Food Chemistry Laboratory
   •  FSN 485 - Introduction to Food Engineering Principles
   •  FSN 489 - Senior Project in Food Science and Human Nutrition
   •  FSN 501 - Advanced Human Nutrition
   •  FSN 502 - Food Preservation
   •  FSN 508 - Nutrition and Aging
   •  FSN 510 - Trace Minerals
   •  FSN 512 - Hazard Analysis Critical Control Points
   •  FSN 514 - Principles of Thermal Processing
   •  FSN 517 - Food Safety and Quality Control
   •  FSN 520 - Food Product Development
   •  FSN 522 - Osteoporosis
   •  FSN 524 - Research Methods and Biostatistical Techniques
   •  FSN 530 - Complementary Nutrition Practices
   •  FSN 538 - Food Fermentation
   •  FSN 540 - Advanced Clinical Topics
   •  FSN 565 - Type 2 Diabetes, Obesity and Food
   •  FSN 571 - Technical Presentations
   •  FSN 581 - Problems in Food Science and Human Nutrition
   •  FSN 584 - Lipids, Diet and Cardiovascular Disease
   •  FSN 585 - Sensory Evaluation I
   •  FSN 586 - Sensory Evaluation II
   •  FSN 587 - Food Analysis
   •  FSN 603 - Nutrients and Food Processing
   •  FSN 650 - Dietetic Internship Orientation and Application I
   •  FSN 651 - Dietetic Internship Orientation and Application II
   •  FSN 652 - Dietetic Internship Evaluation
   •  FSN 671 - Advanced Graduate Seminar
   •  FSN 681 - Dietetic Supervised Practice
   •  FSN 695 - Food Science and Human Nutrition Practicum
   •  FSN 699 - Graduate Thesis/Research
 

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