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President Stephen L. Weber - San Diego State University ...

President Stephen L. Weber - San Diego State University ...

President Stephen L. Weber - San Diego State University

President Stephen L. WeberSan Diego State University is a wonderfully talented, diverse, energetic learning community dedicated to providing educational experiences, both in and out of the classroom, to develop abilities in all students. As a leading public university in California, SDSU has everything you need as you prepare for success in your career and community. At SDSU, you’ll find a group of students, faculty, and administrators who live and learn together and share a common vision of academic excellence through teaching, research, and service.”

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    516. Advanced Sculpture (3) I, II S

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    604. Painting (3) Six hours. Prereq

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s De

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    3. Complete Astronomy 799A (Thesis,

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    1. Meet the requirements deemed equ

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    Qualifying Examinations Qualifying

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    Financial Support The Department of

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    555. Principles of Electron Microsc

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    772. Seminar in Macroevolution (2)

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    suggested courses is presented on t

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    OFFICE: Student Services 3428 TELEP

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    In addition to meeting the requirem

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    The remaining nine units will be se

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    OFFICE: Student Services 2411 Accou

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    653. Seminar in Tax Practice (3) Pr

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    653. Case Studies in Financial Mana

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    696. Seminar in Selected Topics (3)

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    723. Seminar in International Strat

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    OFFICE: Chemistry/Geology 303 TELEP

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    571. Environmental Chemistry (3) Pr

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    Child and Family Development OFFICE

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    577. Advanced Administration of Chi

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    communication, social influence pro

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    admitted with conditional graduate

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    610. Seminar: Advanced Communicatio

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    522. Film and Television Cinematogr

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    OFFICE: Communications Clinic 118 T

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    Graduate Program. Required courses:

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    The Foundations requirement consist

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    2. California Basic Education Skill

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    512. Phonological Disorders and Met

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    613. Child Language Disorders (3) P

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    sition, bilingual language processi

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    In addition to submitting an applic

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s De

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    GRADUATE COURSES 664. Theory of Com

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    OFFICE: Professional Studies and Fi

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    OFFICE: Nasatir Hall 304 TELEPHONE:

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    700. Seminar in Microeconomic Appli

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    Doctor of Education Degree (Major C

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    3. Core program (minimum of 15 unit

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    see the coordinator of educational

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    Specialization in Developing Gifted

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    The Department of Counseling and Sc

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    5. Integration and Application of T

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    The school psychology program, incl

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    GPA Requirements For Continuation i

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    tions where bilingual teachers are

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    3. Demonstrated knowledge of comput

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    NOTE: Appointments for discussion o

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    5. Demonstrated knowledge of princi

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    6. California Certificate of Cleara

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    3. Spanish language proficiency at

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s an

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    837. Mentoring, Coaching, and Teach

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    648. Group Dynamics in Rehabilitati

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    Counseling and School Psychology OF

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    730. Fieldwork in Counseling (2-6)

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    707. Educational Law and Finance (3

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    653. Multimedia and Hypermedia (3)

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    613. Organizational Strategies and

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    OFFICE: North Education 70 TELEPHON

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    647. Special Education Adaptations

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    OFFICE: Education 100 TELEPHONE: (6

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    661. Theoretical Foundations of Lit

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    OFFICE: Engineering 203 TELEPHONE:

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    design, VLSI design, digital signal

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    Financial Support Students admitted

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    Administration, Rehabilitation and

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    612. Compressible Fluid Flow (3) Pr

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    556. Air Quality Management (3) Pre

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    797. Independent Research (1-3) Cr/

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    540. Microwave Devices and Systems

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    680. Computer Methods in Advanced P

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    582. Heating, Ventilating, and Air-

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    English and Comparative Literature

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    Electives: Diversification in Liter

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    520. African-American Literary Trad

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    561. Fiction (3) A comparative appr

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    Exercise Physiology OFFICE: Exercis

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    GRADUATE COURSES Exercise and Nutri

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    561. Linguistics and the Teaching o

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    Candidates whose preparation is dee

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    doctoral committee implies that an

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    710. Seminar in Physical Geography

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    verbal section and 520 in the quant

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    520. Ore Deposits (3) I Prerequisit

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    648. Plate-Tectonic Development of

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    OFFICE: Adams Humanities 4210 TELEP

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    Field (b). The Ancient Through Earl

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    559. Central America (3) Prerequisi

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    “Request” will be forwarded to

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    must complete satisfactorily (with

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    576. Frida Kahlo and Her Circle: Me

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    OFFICE: Adams Humanities 3172 TELEP

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    Linguistics and Oriental Languages

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    555. Practical Issues in Teaching E

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    Advancement to Candidacy All studen

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    580. Risk Management: Stocks and De

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    Mathematics and Science Education F

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    University of California, San Diego

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    601. Teaching and Learning Mathemat

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    The School of Music and Dance has e

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    543. Diction (1) Principles of pron

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    6. Have satisfactorily completed Nu

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    Advanced Practice Nursing of Adults

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    684. Information Systems for Nursin

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    Specific Requirements for the Maste

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    Oceanography and Marine Studies OFF

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    507. Twentieth Century Anglo-Americ

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    OFFICE: Exercise and Nutritional Sc

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s De

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    OFFICE: Physics 131 TELEPHONE: (619

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    553. Modern Optics Laboratory (3) O

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    OFFICE: Nasatir Hall 127 TELEPHONE:

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    Political Science 625. Seminar in P

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    790. Practicum in the Teaching of P

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    deaf, and brain-damaged infants, an

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    at SDSU include Psychology 757, 770

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    757. Seminar in Selected Topics in

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    Public Administration and Urban Stu

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    2. Nine units of 600- and 700-numbe

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    799B. Thesis Extension (0) Cr/NC Pr

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    OFFICE: Hardy Tower 119 TELEPHONE:

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    Research Faculty and student resear

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    Concentration in Health Promotion C

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    BIOL 561L Radiation Biology Laborat

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    Course Requirements for Students wi

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s an

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    658. Program and Data Management in

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    762. Behavioral Medicine (3) Prereq

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    4. List any employment or volunteer

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    OFFICE: Adams Humanities 4231 TELEP

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    Specific Requirements for the Maste

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    OFFICE: Business Administration 304

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    Advancement to Candidacy All studen

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    Master of Social Work and Master of

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    702B. Seminar in Social Welfare Pol

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    Applied Sociology. Students master

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    OFFICE: Business Administration 403

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    660. Modernism (3) The Modernista m

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    6. Enrollment in Thesis, Statistics

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    OFFICE: Dramatic Arts 204 TELEPHONE

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    Concentration in Acting No students

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    621. Seminar in Theories of the The

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    Courses Acceptable on Master’s De

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    The following courses are acceptabl

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    Division of Research Administration

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    Division of Research Administration

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    National Council on Rehabilitation

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    Japan - Waseda University (Tokyo) K

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    Athletics serves a number of import

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    vocational choices, and show how be

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    Through ISC’s support services, i

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    Functions College of Extended Studi

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    International Training Center The I

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    California Desert Farming Institute

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    The California State University The

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    Clinical psychology concentration i

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    International Business Education an

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