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April 1, 2003 «
VISION
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excellence in teaching, research, and service and a catalyst for intellectual, social, cultural, and economic development. _
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excellence in teaching, research, and service.
The University of Kentucky:
° Facilitates learning, informed by scholarship and research. .
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' Serves a global community by disseminating, sharing and applying knowledge.
The University, as the flagship institution, plays a critical leadership role for the Commonwealth by promoting human and economic
development that improves lives within Kentucky's borders and beyond. The University models a diverse community characterized
by fairness and social justice. '
VALUES
The values of the University guide our decisions and behavior. Our core values are: ..
' Integrity _ '
' Academic excellence and freedom ‘
' Mutual respect and human dignity
' Diversity of thought, culture, gender. and ethnicity
' Personal and institutional responsibility and accountability ’
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' Civic responsibility
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i Administration 7 ‘V
j Graduate SchooIStaff 8
TheGraduateSchool 9
, GraduateAdmission............................................................. 14
l GeneralRegUlationS 20
Advanced Degrees 24 ‘
l Generallnformation 32 ,
DegreeRequirements 35 .
l Directors of Graduate Studies 40
l Graduate Degree Programs 42 '
i OtherGraduateCourses..................................................... 136 ‘.
l GraduateCertificates 138
Residency Policy 142
index 145 ,
Campus Map 148 i
The University of Kentucky is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of ‘
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not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, marital status, beliefs, age, ‘ ' \
; national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or mental disability.
1 Compliance with Title lX ofthe Educational Amendments of 1 972, which prohibits sex
discrimination, and with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 is coordinated by Mr. .
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Efforts to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to people with disabilities
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_ Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990. 1
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Drug—Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989. Questions may be
directedtothe Vice Presidentfor Student Affairs orthe Office ofthe Directorof Human
Resources Services. .
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2005 F3” Semester applicants cleared late for admission. A late fee is assessed
students who register during this time period.

February t—Tuesday—Deadline for Health Sciences, Dietel' August 30 —Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw from the
ICS, Interior Desxgn, and Nursmg applications to be submitted University or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent
to the Graduate School for the 2005 Fall Semester refund

‘ . Fetbnéary 15Tgejday—hD‘é‘dlg‘e foréntle‘rnationalh apgggafignfi August 30 —Tuesday—~Last day to add a class for the 2005 Fall
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‘ _ . . _ . August 30 —Tuesday—-Last day for students in the Employee
. April tin—IFHday—flDeadline fordapplyéng with college deanstfr‘]3r Educational Program who registered and/0r changed sched-
reins a emen a er a secon aca emic suspensron 0’ e ules after August 3 to submit EEP form to Human Resource

_ 2005 Fall Semester Services to confirm 2005 Fall Semester registration and

‘ July 18—Monday—Deadline for applying for admission to a tuition waiver
program in the Graduate School for the 2005 Fall Semester. September 5 —Monday——Labor Day—Academic Holiday
Applications for readmission, post—baccalaureate status, and ,
visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline. September 14'—Wednesday—Last day to change grad'ng op-

l . . ‘ tion (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail; credit

July 2(j2-2?—Fnday through Thursday—Add/Drop for registered to audit or audit to credit)
3 u an s
. September 14—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course with-
AugustB—Wednesday—Last day for students in the Employee out it appearing on the student's transcript
Educational Program registered through August 4 to submit ‘ , .
’ , EEP form to Human Resource Services to confirm 2005 Fall September 16 —Friday—Last day for '9'”S‘%‘eme”‘ 0’ stu-
Semester registration and tuition waiver dents cancelled'for nonpayment of registration fees and/or
August 4 Thursday Payment deadline for payment of regis housrng and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may
‘ , t — _ ' re uire a ment of reinstatement fee.
, tration fees and/or housing and dining fees q p y _
~ . September 21—Wednesday—Last day to otficrally withdraw
AUQUSt 10—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Gradus from the University or reduce course load and receive a 50
ate School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and percent refund -
' ‘ visiting student status for the 2005 Fall Semester in order to . , . .
register before the beginning of classes and avoid late fee Sepgmber:2—;Thursday——liast dgy toff'l'rf? an application for
- a ecem er e ree in co e e eans 0 ice
August 16-22—Tuesday through Sunday—Fall registration for g g . , _ ,
. students who entered the University in either the 2005 First September 22—Thursday—Deadline for SUPm'SS'O“ 0‘ appli—
> , Summer Session or Second Summer Session tcatiorr: and allfrequiéed documentfstoztggsogiclegfthe Fiegistrar
or c an e 0 rest enc saus or a emes er
August 16-22—Tuesday through Sunday—Registration for new g y .
program graduate students October 6—Thursday—Last day for doctoral candidates for a
, . . ‘ December degree to submit a Notification of Intent to sched-
‘ Altai; Sign—Igues‘jay ”"0th Friday—Add/Drop for regis— ule a final examination in the Graduate School
_ ‘ October 7—Friday——Fall Break—Academic Holiday
August 18-22——Thursday through Monday—Fall registration for .
- new post-baccalaureate students admitted for the First Sum- October 17—Monday—Midterm 0‘ 2005 Fall Semester
. mer Session, Second Summer Session, or Fall Semester October21—Friday—Lastdayto withdrawfromthe Universityor
August 19——Friday——Registration for new international stu- reduce course load and receive anyrefund. Students can
dents who have been cleared for admission but did not wrthdraw or reduce course load afterthis date only for urgent
‘( advance register non—academic reasons."
. August 19-20—Friday through Saturday——Registration for OctoberSerovember 23—Monday through Wednesday—Pri-
Evening/Weekend students ority Registration for the 2006 Spring Semester
‘ August 22—Monday—Registration for new students who have November 17 ——Thursday—Last day for candidates for a De-
been cleared for admission but did not priority register cemtsaerr1 degree to schedule a final examination in the Gradu-
a e o 00
August 23—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially drop a .
course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for November 24-26—Thursday through Saturday—Thanksgiv-
‘ a full refund of fees ing—Academic Holidays
- August 24—Wednesday—First day of classes NovemberBO-December 19—Wednesday through Thursday—
August 24-30—Wednesday through Tuesday Late registra Add/Drop for registered students for the 2006 Spring Semes-
_ . , _ ' ter
-, tion for returning students who did not priority register and new
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December 1—Thursday—Last day for candidates fora Decem— January 6—7—Friday and Saturday—Registration for Evening/
ber graduate degree to sit for a final examination Weekend and new graduate students
December 5 ~—Monday—Deadline for applying for admission to January 9—Monday—-Registration for new students who have It! -
a program inthe Graduate School torthe 2006 Spring Semes- been cleared for admission but did not priority register .
ter. Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate Status, January {MO—Monday and Tuesday—Opening-ot—term add/
and visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline. drop for registered students
December 7 —Wednesday—Last .day for students in the Em- January to—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially drop a Iii
ployee Educational Program registered through December 7 course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for ‘
to sumet EEP form to Human Resource SerVIces to confirm a full refund of fees ,
2006 Spring Semester registration and tuition waiver .
, January 11—Wednesday—FIrst day of Classes Ii ~
December 9—FrIday—Last day of classes ‘
. . _ January 11-18—Wednesday through Wednesday—Late regIs-
DePembe’ 11-16—Monday through FrIday—FInal ExamIna- tration for returning students who did not priority register and
tIons new applicants Cleared late for admission. A late fee is i
December14—Wednesday—DeadlineforapplyingtotheGradu— assessed students who register during this time period. '1‘ '
‘ ate School for readmISSIon, post-baccalaureate Status, and January 16—Monday—Martin LutherKing Birthday—Academic ‘
. VISItIng student status for the 2006 Spring Semester In order Holiday *
to register before the beginning of classes and avoid late fee I
_ January 18—Wednesday—Last day to add a class for the 2006 l ,
December 16—FrIday—End of 2005 Fall Semester Spring Semester I
. December 16—Friday.—Last day R.” candidates for a Decem- January 18—Wednesday—Last day to officially withdraw from
her degree to 3mm" a theSIs/dIssertatIon to the Graduate the University orreduce course load and receive an 80 percent 1‘
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l December 19—Mondayl—Final deadline for submission Of January 18——Wednesday—Last day for students in the Em- . .
3 grades to the Registrars Office by 4 pm. ployee Educational Program who registered and/or changed
*These dates are subject to change. schedules after December 7 to submit EEP form to Human I . .
. _ Resource Services to confirm 2006 Spring Semester regis- . I, I
' 2005 Sprmg semeSter tration and tuition defrayal ‘
June 15, 2005—Wedsday—Deadline for international applica- FePruaW 1—Wednesday—Deadline for international applica- I . .
l tionS to be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2006 trons to be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2006 Fall I;
i Spring Semester Semester 7 .
l September 15, 2005—Thursday—Deadline for applying with Februaryt—Wednesday—lrast day to drop a course without it
i college deans for reinstatement after a second academic appearIng 0” the students transcrIpt '
3 suspension for the Spring Semester February 1—Wednesday—Last day to change grading option ‘
November 30—December 19' 2005—Wednesday through Mon- (pass/fail to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail; credit to _- ’
day—Add/Drop for registered students for the 2006 Spring aim" or am“ to credIt) I
Semester February 3*—Friday—Last day for reinstatement Of students . .
December 5, 2005—Monday—Deadline for applying for admis- cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing
sion to a program in the Graduate School for the 2006 Spring and d'n'”9 fees. Reqwres payment 0f fees and may “9‘1“”?
Semester. Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate payment Of a r eInstatement fee. I
Status, and visiting student status will be accepted after the February 8—Wednesday—Last day to officially withdraw from ‘ .
deadline. the University or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent ‘ ‘ ‘
December 7. 2OOS—Wednesday—Last day for students in the refund , I
Employee Educational Pregram registered through Decem- February 9—Thursday—Last day for filing an application for a
ber 7 to submit EEP form to Human Resource Services to May degree in college dean's office
fcrgngrm 2006 SprIng Semester registration and turtron de' February 9—Thursday—Deadline for submission of applica-
y tion and all required documents to the Office of the Registrar s " ~
_’ December 14. 2005—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to for change of residency status for 2006 Spring Semester 4
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‘ avoid late fee _ _ .
‘ December 15*, 2005—Thursday—Payment deadline for regis- March 6—Monday—Midterm Of 2006 SprIng Semester ' ’
tration fees and/or housing and dining fees March 10—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the University or n _
c . reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can -
January 4-9—Wednesday through Monday—RegistratIon for . . ,.
new program graduate students :Vggggg/dgfrgidligzsggs‘e load afterthIS date only for urgent
January 5-9~Thursday through Monday—Registration for new _ _ . .
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istration for the 2006 Fall Semester and both 2006 Summer turning students not already registered and new applicants
t _ Sessions cleared late for admission. A late fee is assessed students
"t April 6—Thursday—Last day for candidates fora May degree to who register late.
' schedule a final examination in the Graduate School May 10—Wednesday—Last day to enter an organized class for
April 7 —Friday—Deadline for applying for admission to a the 2006 Fltst Summer 3988K)”
lit program in the Graduate SChOOt for the 2006 Summer 393- May 10—Wednesday—Last day to officially withdraw from the
‘ sions. Applications for readmission, post—baccalaureate sta- University or reduce course load and receive an 30 percent
, tus, and visiting student status will be accepted after the refund
t deadline. May to—Wednesday—Last day for students in the Employee
I ' April20—Thursday—LastdayforcandidatesforaMaygraduate Educational Program to submit EEP form to Human Re~
degree to sit for a final examination sources Services for tuition defrayal for the 2006 First Sum-
April 26—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Graduate mer Sessron
It School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and vis— May 15—Monday—Last day to drop a course without it appear-
' ‘ iting student status for the 2006 First Summer Session in ing on the student's transcript
_ order to register May 8 and avord late fee May 15—Monday—Last day to change grading option (pass/fail
, April 28 —Friday——Last day of classes to letter grade or letter grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit
I 3 May 1—5—Monday through Friday—Final Examinations to credit) '“ 00"999 dean's office
May 2—8—Tuesday through Monday—First Summer Session May dB—iuesday—Last day to officially withdraw from the
registration and add/drop continue for students enrolled in the Utt'VetS'ty 0' reduce course load and receive a 50 percent
1‘ . 2006 Spring Semester refund
’ May 2—June 7 —Tuesday through Wednesday—Second Sum- May 17-June 7_—Wedhesday through Wednesday—Second
. ‘ mer Session registration and add/drop continue for students Summer Sessron registration and add/drop for students who
enrolled in the 2006 Spring Semester entered the University in the 2006 First Summer Sessron
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‘ May 2—June 17—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/Drop for pri- May 22—Monday——Midterm 0t 2006 F'tSt Summer 3953'0”
' " or ity registered students for the 2006 Fall Semester May 24—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw fromthe University
May 5 —Friday—Last day for candidates for a May degree to or reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can
I . . submit a thesis/dissertation to the Graduate School withdraw or reduce course load afterthis date only for "urgent
“ . . non~academic reasons."
‘ . May 5 ——Frrday—End of 2006 Spring Semester . .
, May 24—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Graduate
May 7 —Sunday—Commencement School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and vis- ‘
' May 8 —Monday—Final deadline for submission of grades to iting student status for the 2006 Second Summer Session in
‘ the Registrar's Office by 4 pm. order to register before the beginning of classes and avoid
J *These dates are subject to change. late fee .
g F' S S _ May 29—Monday—Memorial Day — Academic Holiday
' ‘ 2006 "St ummer essron May 31—Wednesday—Last day for doctoral candidates for an
April 8—Saturday—Deadline for applying for admission to a August degree to submit a Notificationhof llntent to schedulea
I program in the Graduate School for the 2006 Summer Ses- final examination '” the Graduate SC 00
, sions. Applications for readmission, post—baccalaureate sta— June 1*—Thursday—Last day for reinstatement of students
, ‘ ; tus, and visiting student status will be accepted after the cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing
deadline. and dining fees. Requires payment of fees and may require
I April 26—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the Graduate payment or a reinstatement fee.
School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and vis- June 6—Tuesday—Final Examinations
iting student status for the 2006 First Summer Sessron in June 6—Tuesday—End of the 2006 First Summer Session
order to register May 6 and av0id late fee J 9 F "d F‘ Id dl' f b . _ r d t th
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t . . . . , Registrars Office by 12 noon
registration and add/drop continue for students enrolled in the .
~— 2006 Spring Semester *These dates are subject to change.
,i May 8—Monday—Registration for new students 2006 Second Summer Session
p » MaeBS—awg/ggaggggynfrg 3931mm forpayment Of registration April 7—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission to a pro-
” g n ining gram in the Graduate School for the 2006 Summer Sessions.
n , May 9—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially drop a Applications for readmission, post—baccalaureate status, and
' course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for visiting student status will be accepted after the deadline.
a full refund of fees
May 2-June 7—Tuesday through Wednesday—Second Sum-
. May 9—Tuesday—First day of classes mer Session registration and add/drop continue for students
' enrolled in the 2006 Spring Semester
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 May 17-June 7—Wednesday through Wednesday—Second June 22—Thursday—Last day to officially withdraw from the
registration and add/drop for students WhO entered the Uhi- University or reduce course load and receive a 50 percent
versity in the 2006 First Summer Session refund
May 24—-Wednesday——Deadline for applying 10 the Graduate June 23—Friday—Last day forfiling an applicationforan August
School for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and vis- degree in college dean‘s office
. giggerstttédgntisttgtu: igiéhti2%06::?:n%fsé1;nsr§:;:::s:vno:3 June 29*—Thursday—Last day for reinstatement of students
‘ g s e e eg 9 cancelled for nonpayment of registration fees and/or housing
late tee . . . .
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j May 29—Monday—Memorial Day - Academic Holiday payment of a reinstatement tee ‘
t May 31—Wednesday—Last day for doctoral candidates for an _ _ _ . .
3 August degree to submit a Notification of intent to schedule a July 4 Tuesday independence Day Academic Holiday I
t final examination in the Graduate School July e—Thursday—Midterm of 2006 Second Summer Session
June 6—Tuesday—Registration for Evening/Weekend and new July 12—Wednesday—Last day to withdraw from the University
graduate students . . or reduce course load and receive any refund. Students can I
: June 7—Wednesday—Ftegistration for new students withdraw or reduce course load after this date only for "urgent
June 7—Wednesday—Payment deadline for registration fees non—academic reasons."
1 and/or housin and dinin fees ‘
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June B—Thursday—Last day a student may ofitcrally drop a degree to schedule a final examination in the Graduate l
course or cancel registration with the University Registrar for School
a full refund of fees r
' July 21—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission to a
5 June 8—Thursday——First day Of classes program in the Graduate School for the 2006 Fall Semester. 1
j June 8-9—Thursday through Friday—Late registration for re- Applications for readmission, post-baccalaureate status, and , . '
turning students not already registered and new applicants visiting student status Wt“ be accepted after the deadline _
1 cleared late for admission. A late fee is assessed students July 26—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an August '
who register late. graduate degree to sit for a final examination in
June 9—Friday—Last day to enter an organized class for the August 2~Wednesday—Last day for registered students in the » i
‘ 2006 Second Summer Sessron Employee Educational Program who registered through Au- " '
June 9—Friday—Last day to officially withdrawtrom the Univer- gust 3 to submit EEP form to Human Resource Services to .
3in or reduce course load and receive an 80 percent refund confirm 2006 Fall Semester registration and tuition waiver ' ' i}
. June 9—Friday—Last day for students in the Employee Educa- August 3—Thursday—End of the 2006 Second Summer 868- ‘ . 7
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Services for turtion waiver for the 2006 Second Summer August S—Thursday—Last day for candidates for an August .
i 3933'0” degree to submit a thesis/dissertation to the Graduate School
; June 15—Thursday—Deadline for international applications to August S—Thursday—Final Examinations ' ‘ '
i be submitted to the Graduate School for the 2006 Spring . _ , ,
i Semester August 7—Monday—Final deadline for submisswn of grades I
i . ‘ to the Registrar‘s Office by 12 noon ‘
5 June 19~Monday—Last day to drop a course Without it appear— * . ‘
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interim University Provost
I Jeannine Blackwell, Ph.D.
Dean of the Graduate School
Brian Jackson, Ph.D.
1 . ' SeniorAssociate Dean
I Kwaku Addo, Ph.D.
‘ Associate Dean
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i Roshan Nikou (859)257-1457 Distance Learning, Faculty, and Programs _
l Kellie Etheridge (859)257—1759 Cleo Price, Assistant Dean (859)257-2411
i Academic Administration Fellowship Office ‘
,I Dr. Brian Jackson, Sr. Associate Dean (859)257-4905 Dr. Pat Whitlow, Assistant Dean (859)257-3261
i Patricia Bond, Assistant Dean (859)257-4905 Kami Dibble (859)257-3261
i ‘ Patty Henry (859) 257-4905 Tom Hanna (859)257-3261
5 , Administrative and Fiscal Affairs Jesse Moyers (859)257'3261
, Jennifer Walton, Director (859)257-4121 Jonathan Prasse (859) 2573261
TBA (859)257-6051 PatnCia Rowland (859) 257-3261
Admissions Graduate Council
,i Maureen Barker (859)257-7129 ROSha” MM)“ (859) 2574 457
; Vivian Bowling (859)257-4619 Graduate Student Development
Cyndy Clark (859) 257_ 461 5 Dr. Carolyn Carter (869) 257-9725
. Kathy ice (859)257-4618 Information Desk
April Short (859)257-611 1 TBA (859)257-4613
, Assessment Recruitment
Dr. Onecia Gibson (859) 257—5851 Dr. Kwaku Addo, Associate Dean (859)257-4555
1' Data Processing and Mail Center AnoraJohnson (859)257'4555
i Karen Davidson (859) 258-5403 Webmaster
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- ' ' Most research programs at the University are supported
ResearCh at the unlverSIty Of through federal, state and private sources. Application for such
_ Kentucky support and the fiscal administration of the monies received are
overseen by the Office of Sponsored Projects Administration
. . . . (OSPA). Programmatic organization and administration of re-
The UniverSlty Of Kentucky '5 the major graduateand research search is provided by the various research institutes and multi-
lnstltutlon of the Commonwealth, and the major land-grant . . . . . . . ,
, , , , . . diSClplinary centers and, inthe case oflndIVidual faculty protects,
universny in the state. As such, it offerssubstantlal programs in b th r larde rtmental 3 ho l d ll t
both basic and applied research. These research efforts are the y e egu pa ' C 0’ an CO ege S ructures.
life blood of graduate education programs that prepare new
researchers who will continue to expand the boundaries of The Graduate SChOOI
human knowledge and to seek answers to pressing problems . _
of our complex society. Applied research programs in areas The UniverSltyofKentuckybegan offeringgraduateworkin1870
such as agricultural sciences, arts and sciences, business and and awarded its first graduate degrees in 1876- The Graduate
economics, engineering sciences, mathematical sciences School became a distinct unit in the University organization in
and physics, medicine, and mining and minerals serve the 1912. The mission of the Graduate School is to promote
Commonwealth and the nation by addressing critical issues advanced 3111in graduate instruction, and research by the
influencing the quality of life and economic well-being of our faculty and students of all colleges and departments. The total
citizenry. graduate resources of the University are merged under the
University faculty and research staff have expertise in many Graduate SChOO' for the purpose 0f promoting the acquisition
areas including the basic biological, medical, physical, and 0f knowledge in an atmosphere 0f free and lively inquiry.
social sciences; the creative arts and the humanities; and Graduate work is offered in most colleges in the UniversityA
engineering. These individuals conduct research that ranges general description and tabulation 0‘ courses for each 0’ the
from the investigation of philosophical and ethical dilemmas various programs is given in the Graduate Degree Programs
raised by advances in science and technology to the practical section 0f ”“3 bulletin.
application of basic knowled e in a riculture, ener , rehabili-
tation, and information retrigval, as9 well as in thgyeconomic The Graduate FaCUlty
development of the Appalachian region.
Asignificant aspect of research conducted at the University is The Graduate Faculty consists of the Dean of the Graduate .
the concern for its practical application for the betterment of School, Associate Deans of the Graduate School, and Full and
- - society. Many of the techniques developed and ideas conceived Associate Graduate Faculty Members. As the chief University
inthelaboratory and in advanced study evolve into technological agency for the promotion of the ideals of graduate study, it
developments of major significance. determines the policies of the Graduate School and makes
,\ 5 _> _ , recommendations to the University Senate andto the President,
or to other administrative officials as appropriate. All rules
gees“). affecting graduate work and the inauguration of new graduate
wEhgégAfiagen)";NCOI‘I'WnonNiarket programs must be approved by the Graduate Faculty. Any
‘ ' igggntuckjlsapanICipatingstatelnjf‘heAcademicCom‘ included in the agenda of its meeting and circulated to the
{AmonMaTkeLaninterstateagmementamong15pnma- Graduate Faculty at least 10 days prior to the meeting at which
alrsoumeastemsareiorsharmgacademicpo it is to be considered,
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Graduate Faculty. Associate members are authorized to teach ‘ _ . _
graduate courses, direct master’s theses, and serve on and 00— Courses Intended for graduate Studies at the UniverSIty must
chair doctoral committees. Associate membership is limited to be taught hy faculty members Wheheye the terminal degree 'h
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mental review. There is no category forat—large graduate faculty dGSIgnated by the numbers 400G ‘ 799' The terminal degree
membership. In most cases Is the doctorate. Ideally, these courses should , .
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