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08 09 University of Arkansas Catalog of Studies

08 09 University of Arkansas Catalog of Studies

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Contents Page Academic Calendar........................................................................................................................................... 4 Board of Trustees................................................................................................................................................ 6 Administrative Officers.................................................................................................................................... 7 A Message from the Chancellor .................................................................................................................. 8 University Profile................................................................................................................................................. 9 Undergraduate Fields of Study..................................................................................................................10 Admission............................................................................................................................................................15 Financial Aid and Scholarships...................................................................................................................21 Orientation and Registration.......................................................................................................................26 Fees and Cost Estimates................................................................................................................................29 Academic Regulations...................................................................................................................................35 Academic Facilities and Resources...........................................................................................................50 University Centers and Research Units...................................................................................................52 Student Affairs...................................................................................................................................................56 Honors College .................................................................................................................................................63 Interdisciplinary Studies................................................................................................................................65 Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural, Food and Life Sciences....................................................66 School of Human Environmental Sciences ..........................................................................................90 School of Architecture.................................................................................................................................101 J. William Fulbright College of Arts and Sciences............................................................................114 Sam M. Walton College of Business.......................................................................................................204 College of Education and Health Professions...................................................................................235 School of Nursing .........................................................................................................................................250 College of Engineering...............................................................................................................................262 School of Law..................................................................................................................................................281 Reserve Officer Training Corps................................................................................................................285 University Faculty..........................................................................................................................................287 Glossary.............................................................................................................................................................307 Course Descriptions.....................................................................................................................................309 Index...................................................................................................................................................................398 Errata...................................................................................................................................................................409 University of Arkansas, Fayetteville 3

2008 Academic Calendar Summer Session I 2008 - First Six Weeks (29 Class Days) Mar 31-May 20 Open Registration May 19 Classes begin May 20 Last day to register, add a course, or changefrom audit to credit May 22 Last day to drop without a mark of “W”or change from credit to audit May 26 Memorial Day Holiday June 16 Last day to drop a Session I class June 27 Last day to officially withdraw from Session I June 27 Last day of classes for Session I Summer Session II 2008 - Second Six Weeks (29 Class Days) Mar 31-July 1 Open Registration June 30 Classes begin July 1 Last day to register, add a course, or change from audit to credit July 3 Last day to drop without a mark of “W”or change from credit to audit July 4 Independence Day Holiday July 28 Last day to drop a Session II class August 8 Last day to officially withdraw from Session II August 8 Last day of classes for Session II Summer Session III 2008 - Twelve Weeks (58 Class Days) Mar 31-May 22 Open Registration May 19 Classes begin May 22 Last day to register, add a course, or change from audit to credit May 26 Memorial Day Holiday May 29 Last day to drop without a mark of “W”or change from credit to audit July 4 Independence Day Holiday July 15 Last day to drop a Session III class August 8 Last day to officially withdraw from Session III August 8 Last day of classes for Session III Summer Session IV 2008 - Ten Weeks (49 Class Days) Mar 31-June 4 Open Registration June 2 Classes begin June 4 Last day to register, add a course, or changefrom audit to credit June 10 Last day to drop without a mark of “W” or change from credit to audit July 4 Independence Day Holiday July 17 Last day to drop a Session IV class August 8 Last day to officially withdraw from Session IV August 8 Last day of classes for Session IV 4 Summer Session V 2008 - First Five Weeks (24 Class Days) Mar 31-June 3 Open Registration June 2 Classes begin June 3 Last day to register, add a course, or change from audit to credit June 4 Last day to drop without a mark of “W”or change from credit to audit June 24 Last day to drop a Session V class July 3 Last day to officially withdraw from Session V July 3 Last day of classes for Session V July 4 Independence Day Holiday Summer Session VI 2008 - Second Five Weeks (25 Class Days) Mar 31-July 8 Open Registration July 7 Classes begin July 8 Last day to register, add a course, or change from audit to credit July 9 Last day to drop without a mark of “W” or change from credit to audit July 29 Last day to drop a Session VI class August 8 Last day to officially withdraw from Session VI August 8 Last day of classes for Session VI Fall 2008 (74 Class Days; 44 MWF, 30 TT) Mar 31-Aug 29 Open Registration for currently enrolled students August 21-29 Open Registration for all students August 25 Classes begin August 29 Last day to register, add a course, or change from audit to credit September 5 Last day to drop without a mark of “W” or change from credit to audit September 1 Labor Day Holiday October 31 Last day to drop a fall semester class Nov 3 - Nov 12 Priority Registration for Spring 2009 November 26 Fall Break (administrative offices will be open.) November 27-28 Thanksgiving Holiday December 9 Last day to officially withdraw from all classes December 9 Last day of classes for fall semester December 10 Dead Day December 11-17 Final exams University of Arkansas, Fayetteville

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