May 22, 2019  
University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2015-2016 “Final Quarter Catalog” (ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Chemistry (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser.
Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 500-level courses.

   •  CHEM 505 - Special Topics in Graduate Chemistry
   •  CHEM 506 - Biochemistry of Plasma Lipoproteins and Atherosclerosis
   •  CHEM 507 - Protein Structure
   •  CHEM 508 - Transcriptional Control of Gene Expression
   •  CHEM 509 - Signal Transduction
   •  CHEM 523 - Synthetic Organic Chemistry: Analysis, Design, and Methodology
   •  CHEM 580 - Graduate Seminar: Chemistry
   •  CHEM 590 - Advanced Laboratory
   •  CHEM 596 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  CHEM 597 - Graduate Research
   •  CHEM 598 - Graduate Directed Study
   •  CHEM 599 - Thesis

Chicano Studies (Undergraduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser.

   •  CHS 108 - Comparative Ethnic Studies
   •  CHS 110 - Introduction to Pre-Cortesian Cultures of Mexico
   •  CHS 111 - Cultural Diversity and Chicanos
   •  CHS 112 - Cultural Expressions in the Americas
   •  CHS 115 - Introduction to Chicano Studies
   •  CHS 201 - Modern Mexican Literature in Translation
   •  CHS 255 - Diverse Latin American Populations in Southern California
   •  CHS 260 - Introduction to Third World Images in Film
   •  CHS 280 - Chicanas and Latinas in Contemporary U.S. Society
   •  CHS 311 - Chicano Cultural History
   •  CHS 312 - Mediterranean and Pre-Columbian Myths in Latin American Literature
   •  CHS 320 - Mesoamerican Civilization
   •  CHS 327 - Ethnicity and Emotions in U.S. Film
   •  CHS 335 - Race and Culture in the Americas
   •  CHS 348 - Class, Race/Ethnicity, and Gender
   •  CHS 355 - Introduction to Principles of Research in Chicano Studies
   •  CHS 360 - Oral History and the Chicana/o Latina/o Community
   •  CHS 370 - Environmental Racism
   •  CHS 395 - Community Service in Chicano Studies
   •  CHS 400 - Literatures of Mesoamerica
   •  CHS 403 - Contemporary Chicana/o Literature
   •  CHS 404 - The Central American Experience in the US
   •  CHS 405 - The Mexican People as Immigrants
   •  CHS 406 - Latina/o Communities in U.S. Society
   •  CHS 407 - Exploring Afro-Latino/a Identities
   •  CHS 409 - U.S. Latinos, Culture, and Global Cities
   •  CHS 410 - Chicano Psychology
   •  CHS 413 - Chicana and Mexican Women Writers
   •  CHS 423 - Migration, Identity, and Religion
   •  CHS 430 - Chicano Political Behavior
   •  CHS 432 - Chicanos and the War on Drugs
   •  CHS 443 - History of the Chicano People in California
   •  CHS 444 - History of the Chicano People in the United States
   •  CHS 449 - Anthropology of Race and Racism
   •  CHS 450 - Research on Community Problems
   •  CHS 460 - The Chicano Movement
   •  CHS 465 - Gender, Sexuality, and Transnational Migration
   •  CHS 466A - Colonial Mexico
   •  CHS 466B - Building the Mexican Nation
   •  CHS 466C - The Mexican Revolution and its Legacy
   •  CHS 467 - Modern Mexico and the Chicano People
   •  CHS 468 - U.S.-Mexico Borderlands
   •  CHS 470 - Chicano Educational Issues
   •  CHS 471 - The History of Chicana/o Education
   •  CHS 472 - Chicana/o Education: Theory and Research
   •  CHS 473 - Urban Education and Chicana/o Latina/o Dropouts
   •  CHS 479 - Latina/o Children and Adolescents
   •  CHS 480 - Chicana Feminisms and Women’s Movements
   •  CHS 482 - Latin American Women’s Movements
   •  CHS 485 - Health and Chicano/Latino Families
   •  CHS 490 - Special Studies
   •  CHS 499 - Undergraduate Directed Study

Chicano Studies (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser.
Classified graduate standing is required for admission to all 500 level courses.

   •  CHS 502 - Chicana/o Studies and Contemporary Theory
   •  CHS 503 - Seminar: Research Methods in Chicano Studies
   •  CHS 504 - Seminar: Chicano Psychological Issues
   •  CHS 505 - Seminar: Chicano Literature
   •  CHS 506 - Seminar: Chicano History
   •  CHS 509 - Interdisciplinary Seminar in Chicano Studies
   •  CHS 510 - Chicana(o)/Latina(o) Educational Pipeline
   •  CHS 596 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  CHS 598 - Graduated Directed Study
   •  CHS 599 - Thesis

Child Development (Undergraduate)

With graduate adviser approval, appropriate 400-level courses in Child Development-related disciplines may be applied toward requirements for the master’s degree.

   •  CHDV 120 - Intimate Relationships in Our Diverse Society
   •  CHDV 140 - Child Development
   •  CHDV 154L - Selected Topics in Child Development
   •  CHDV 154P - Selected Topics in Child Development
   •  CHDV 200 - Techniques for the Study of Children
   •  CHDV 210 - Infant Development
   •  CHDV 220 - The Young Child
   •  CHDV 222 - Administration of Preschool and Day Care Programs
   •  CHDV 225 - Ethnic Identity and Awareness in Children and Families
   •  CHDV 228 - Administrative Leadership in Early Childhood Programs
   •  CHDV 230 - Program Design in Early Childhood
   •  CHDV 250 - Child, Family, and Community
   •  CHDV 321 - Urban Families: Contemporary Issues
   •  CHDV 340 - Middle Childhood and Adolescence
   •  CHDV 343 - Child and Adolescent Cognition
   •  CHDV 344 - Family Resource Management
   •  CHDV 350 - Social and Emotional Development
   •  CHDV 412 - Issues in Child Abuse, Neglect, and Family Violence
   •  CHDV 420 - Program Design in Early Childhood
   •  CHDV 424 - Relationship Dissolution, Stepfamilies and Children
   •  CHDV 426 - Hospitalized Child/Child Life Program
   •  CHDV 430 - Parent-Child Development Over the Family Life Cycle
   •  CHDV 433 - Approaches to Parent Education
   •  CHDV 443 - Psychology of Cognitive Development
   •  CHDV 444 - Family Life Education Methodology and Professionalism
   •  CHDV 454L - Special Topics in Child Development
 

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