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African Area Studies 016
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American History 512
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Greek 490
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Health Administration 501
Health and Society 502
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History/French Joint Major 513
History/Political Science Joint Major 514
Holocaust Studies 564
Human Resource Management 533
Hungarian 535
Individualized Major 555
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Interdisciplinary Studies, SAS 556
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Italian 560
Japanese 565
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Mathematics 640
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Microbiology 680
Middle Eastern Studies 685
Military Education, Air Force 690
Military Education, Army 691
Military Education, Naval 692
Military Science Minor (Military Science 691N, Naval Science 692N, Aerospace Science 693N, Non-Commissioning 695N)
Molecular Biology
Music
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Organizational Leadership 713
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Physics 750
Physiology and Neurobiology
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Polish 787
Political Science 790
Portuguese 810
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Russian 860
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Spanish 940
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Statistics-Mathematics
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Ukrainian 967
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New Brunswick Undergraduate Catalog 2022-2024 Programs of Study and Courses for Liberal Arts and Sciences Students Programs, Faculty, and Courses Interdisciplinary Studies, SAS 556 Courses  

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01:556:101 Studies in Biomedical Sciences (3) Lectures and laboratory in microbiology including basic morphology, physiology, and genetics of bacteria and viruses, with an introduction to human pathogens. Experience in a clinical department and participation in biomedical research and seminars. Lec. 2 hrs., lab. 3 hrs. Open only to students in the biomedical careers program. Prerequisites: One year of college, including one semester of college biology or chemistry, and one semester of college math. Enrollment by permission only. Offered only during the summer semester.
01:556:103,104,105,106,107,108,109,111 Studies in Humanities (3,3,4,3,1.5,2,2,1) Instruction in six modules within four major humanities disciplines: art history, American history, literature, and philosophy. Topics vary. Prerequisites: For students in Rutgers Early College Humanities Program; by permission. Graded pass (C or higher)/No Credit. 
01:556:115,116,117,118 Upward Bound Interdisciplinary Studies (1,1,1,1) Topics vary.
Prerequisite: Special permission of program. Graded Pass (C or higher)/No Credit.
01:556:130 Introduction to Scientific Research (3) How research projects are developed and what skills are needed to undertake research projects. Lectures, discussions, and small-group activities. Serves as a prerequisite for the research-oriented internship of Project SUPER. Pre- or corequisites: 01:640:112 or 115; one course in the natural sciences. Enrollment limited to students in Project SUPER.
01:556:140 The Greenhouse Effect (3) Physical and chemical bases of the greenhouse effect and its global impact: biological, climatic, economic, and political. Reducing the emission of greenhouse gases; nuclear energy and other alternative energy sources. Lec. 2 hrs., lab. 1.5 hrs. For nonscience majors; not for major credit in science and engineering. Credit not given for both this course and 01:160:140 or 01:450:140 or 01:750:140.
01:556:201 Studies in Biomedical Sciences (3) Introductory biochemistry emphasizing major classes of biomolecules, intermediary metabolism, and gene expression. Selected laboratory projects in bacterial physiology and molecular biology. Instruction in organic chemistry also available where needed. Research/clinical seminars required. Lec. 2 hrs., lab. 3 hrs. Open only to students in the biomedical careers program. Prerequisites: Two years of college; two semesters of college chemistry; and two semesters in one of the following areas: college biology, organic chemistry, or physics. Enrollment by permission only. Offered only during summer semester.
01:556:202 NERA II (3) Introductory biochemistry emphasizing major classes of biomolecules, intermediary metabolism, and gene expression. Prerequisites: Two years of college; two semesters of college chemistry; and two semesters in one of the following areas: college biology, organic chemistry, or physics. Open only to students in the NERA program. Enrollment by permission only. Offered only during summer semester. 
01:556:221,222 Aresty Research Assistant Program (1.5,1.5) Research with a professor; training on the social and professional aspects of research. Prerequisite: Special permission of Aresty program required. Graded Pass/No Credit.   
01:556:251 Papal Rome and Its People, 1500-Present: A Select History (3) Case-study approach toward select aspects of the social, cultural, intellectual, and political history of the early modern and modern popes, with a particular focus on their relationship to the city of Rome. Highlights the reigns of Popes Gregory XIII Boncompagni (1572-1585) and Gregory XV Ludovisi (1621-1623), and their subsequent family history to the present day.
01:556:291 Foreign Language Workshop (1) Accompanies undergraduate courses in nonlanguage disciplines. Particular language elements taught dependent on the associated course. Corequisite: Designated nonlanguage course. For students majoring in nonlanguage disciplines. Graded Pass/No Credit.
01:556:301 Independent Study in Biomedical Sciences (3) Lectures and student seminars in experimental genetics; MCAT preparation; required participation in research/clinical seminars; independent research projects with biomedical scientists culminating in formal student presentations at a public symposium. Lec. 1 hr., lab. 6 hrs. Open only to students in the biomedical careers program. Prerequisites: Three years of college; two semesters of college chemistry; two semesters of college biology; one semester of college calculus; and four semesters of advanced courses in science, math, statistics, or computer science. Enrollment by permission only. Offered only during summer semester.
01:556:302 NERA III (3) Participation in research/clinical seminars; independent research projects with biomedical scientists culminating in formal student presentations at a public symposium. Lec. 1 hr., lab. 6 hrs. Prerequisites: Three years of college; two semesters of chemistry and biology; one semester of college calculus; and four semesters of advanced courses in science. Open only to students in the NERA program. Enrollment by permission only. Offered only during summer semester.
01:556:303 Accelerated Research Methods (L/EARN) (3) Basic steps of the research process, from the conceptualization of a research question through hypothesis testing. Skills necessary for data analysis. Methodological issues that guide how researchers design projects, collect data, and interpret results. Restricted to Project L/EARN summer program participants.
01:556:325,326 Special Topics (3,3)

Exploration of problems and issues relating to a particular theme.

01:556:328 Special Topics (BA)

Exploration of problems and issues relating to a particular theme.

01:556:403 Applied Data Analysis in Health Research (L/EARN) (3) Statistical analyses, including univariate, bivariate, and multivariate. Application to an analysis of secondary data on a health or health policy topic. Registration by special permission of Project L/EARN director. Prerequisite: For Project L/EARN program participants and other students who have completed a course in statistics through multiple regression and are familiar with a statistical package.
01:556:406,407 Research in Computational Biology and Molecular Biophysics (1-4,1-4) Experimental or computational research on an original problem under the direction of a member of the Rutgers Center for Quantitative Biology faculty. Written report required. Prerequisites: Declared major in biomathematics, chemistry, computer science, engineering (any of the nine engineering majors), mathematics, physics, statistics, or a minor in one of these fields with a major in biochemistry, biological sciences, biotechnology, cell biology and neuroscience, genetics, microbiology, or molecular biology and biochemistry. Permission of the Rutgers Center for Quantitative Biology undergraduate director; cumulative grade-point average of 2.8 or better. Open only to students who have completed at least 60 credits.
01:556:426 Special Topics (BA) Exploration of problems and issues relating to a particular theme.
01:556:427 Special Topics (1.5) Exploration of problems and issues relating to a particular theme.
01:556:480 Interdisciplinary Quantitative Biology Boot Camp (1) Introductory exposure to language, culture, and experimental/theoretical underpinnings of molecular biology, macromolecular biochemistry/biophysics, structural biology, computational biology, systems biology, and bioinformatics. Prerequisite: Permission of program director.
01:556:481 Interdisciplinary Boot Camp in Quantitative Biology (0) Introduces students to the value of integrating quantitative biology education with that afforded by other disciplines of study including mathematics, physics, computer science, statistics, engineering, medicine, and the life sciences. Prerequisite: Permission of program director.
01:556:482 Interdisciplinary Boot Camp in Quantitative Biology (2) Introduces students to the value of integrating quantitative biology education with that afforded by other disciplines of study including mathematics, physics, computer science, statistics, engineering, medicine, and the life sciences. Prerequisite: Permission of program director.
01:556:491,492 Independent Study (BA,BA)

Individual research supervised by a faculty member.

01:556:493,494 Independent Study (3,3) Prerequisite: By permission, SAS dean's office.
01:556:497-498 SAS Honors Seminar (1.5,1.5) Interdisciplinary honors seminar offered by a distinguished faculty member. Prerequisite: By permission, SAS dean's office.
01:556:499 SAS Dean's Honors Seminar (3) Interdisciplinary honors seminar offered by a distinguished faculty member. Prerequisite: By permission, SAS dean's office.
 
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