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POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY 2005-2007

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY 2005-2007

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY

POLYTECHNIC UNIVERSITY 2005-2007 Catalog UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE PROGRAMS NEW YORK’S PREMIER UNIVERSITY FOR TECHNOLOGY-FOCUSED EDUCATION

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    FINANCIAL AID UNDERGRADUATE Polytec

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    FINANCIAL AID their outstanding gra

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    FINANCIAL AID Washington, D.C., Gra

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    INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS AND SCHOLARS

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    REGISTRATION Registration is the pr

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    STATISTICS ON ENROLLMENT AND THE ST

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    STUDENT ACTIVITIES AND DEVELOPMENT

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    TUITION AND FEES through Tuition Ma

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    UNIVERSITY COMPLIANCE POLICIES AND

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    OTHMER DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND B

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    OTHMER DEPARTMENT OF CHEMICAL AND B

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    DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL ENGINEERING FAC

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    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMAT

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    DEPARTMENT OF COMPUTER AND INFORMAT

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUT

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    DEPARTMENT OF ELECTRICAL AND COMPUT

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    DEPARTMENT OF HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL

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    DEPARTMENT OF INTRODUCTORY DESIGN A

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT tionship m

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT HUMANITIES

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    DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT ADVISORY B

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    DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS INDUSTRY

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    DEPARTMENT OF MECHANICAL, AEROSPACE

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    A BRIEF GUIDE TO COURSE DESCRIPTION

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    BIOINFORMATICS PROGRAM Academic Adv

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    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Acad

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    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Bios

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    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM proj

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    BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM tion

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    BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCE PROGRAM summer

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    BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCE PROGRAM Typica

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    BIOMOLECULAR SCIENCE PROGRAM Footno

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    BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

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    BUSINESS AND TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT

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    CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

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    CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

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    CHEMICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING

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    CHEMISTRY PROGRAM REQUIREMENTS FOR

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    CHEMISTRY PROGRAM CM 5024 Environme

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    CHEMISTRY PROGRAM in medicine and r

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Program A

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM PREVIOUS

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM DOCTORAL

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Recommend

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM HIGHWAY A

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM CE 827 Co

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM CE 742 Wa

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    CIVIL ENGINEERING PROGRAM assessmen

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    COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM Progra

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    COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM ing an

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    COMPUTER ENGINEERING PROGRAM GROUP

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM Program Di

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM ation in t

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM The exams

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM CS 1124 Ob

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM GRADUATE C

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM CS 6804 In

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    COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM Typical Co

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    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM CUR

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    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM req

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    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM tra

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    CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT PROGRAM Typ

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    DIGITAL MEDIA PROGRAM to video is d

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Prog

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM PART

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM A st

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM GRAD

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM miss

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM EL 6

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ment

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM work

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    ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM EL 6

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    ELECTROPHYSICS PROGRAM Program Dire

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    ENVIRONMENT-BEHAVIOR STUDIES PROGRA

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    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SCIEN

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    ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SCIEN

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    FINANCIAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Admis

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    FINANCIAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM GRADU

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    FINANCIAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM might

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    HISTORY OF SCIENCE PROGRAM Academic

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    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM Prog

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    INDUSTRIAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM es r

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    INFORMATION SYSTEMS ENGINEERING PRO

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    INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES IN ENGINE

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM Academic Ad

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM is used, al

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM EN 2234 Ame

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM HI 3404 Spe

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM (3) Metaphy

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM nomic equal

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM viewed from

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    LIBERAL STUDIES PROGRAM PS 997 Thes

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    MANAGEMENT PROGRAM CERTIFICATE PROG

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    MANAGEMENT PROGRAM and how they aff

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    MANAGEMENT PROGRAM MG 650 Managemen

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    MANAGEMENT PROGRAM MG 968 Seminar i

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    MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM ri

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    MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM MG

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    MANAGEMENT OF TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM MG

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    MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING PROGRAM P

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    MANUFACTURING ENGINEERING PROGRAM l

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    MATERIALS SCIENCE PROGRAM GRADUATE

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    MATHEMATICS PROGRAM The Department

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    MATHEMATICS PROGRAM MA 1144 Mathema

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    MATHEMATICS PROGRAM MA 610 Graph Th

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    MATHEMATICS PROGRAM MA 701 Abstract

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    MATHEMATICS PROGRAM Typical Course

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM the

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM An M

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ME 4

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ME 7

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM ME 8

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    MECHANICAL ENGINEERING PROGRAM FRES

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    ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR PROGRAM THE

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    PHYSICS PROGRAM The third component

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    PHYSICS PROGRAM Typical Course of S

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    TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM Aca

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    TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM TC

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    TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM JW6

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    TECHNICAL COMMUNICATION PROGRAM and

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    TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM • O

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    TECHNOLOGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM MG 93

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    TELECOMMUNICATION NETWORKS PROGRAM

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    TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION

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    TELECOMMUNICATIONS AND INFORMATION

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    TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM transfer cre

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    TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM In satisfyin

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    TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM TRAFFIC ENGI

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    URBAN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAG

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    URBAN SYSTEMS ENGINEERING AND MANAG

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    GENERAL STUDIES PROGRAM The General

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    THE YES CENTER INNER FORCE OUTREACH

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    HIGHER EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY PROGRA

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    THE CORPORATION Chairman Craig G. M

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    THE ADMINISTRATION Roger P. Roess,

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    THE FACULTY Ghandehari, Masoud, Ass

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    THE FACULTY Skelton, Carl, Lecturer

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    ROUTES TO POLYTECHNIC LONG ISLAND G

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    It is the policy of Polytechnic Uni

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    NOTES 341

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    NOTES 343

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