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Contents
Students 51
Bulletin. T'
Calendar 3 2000Fa
The Graduate School 7 ”mail?
Graduate Admission 10 Mfg/“Cm
General Regulations 16 Febfiggfi
Advanced Degrees 20 plicmon
Academic Resources 29 Apriflol5tEfS:
General Information 35 :geaea,
Degree Requirements 38 Maggi:
Directors OfGraduate Studies 43 23:32:;
Graduate Degree Programs 46 June-“F“,
Other Graduate Courses 124 23:15::
Graduate Certificates 126 “122115;:
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Residency Policy 128 J ympmg
Index 132 :allS:m(
Campus Map 136 beaccep,
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COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS 002:; :1:
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The University of Kentucky is committed to a policy of prOVIding educla- can‘tilm
tional opportunities to all qualified students regardless of economic or some] ference(
status, and will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, MEETS:
marital status, beliefs, age, national origin, sexual orientation, or physical or for 2001,
mental disability. ' November 1:
Compliance with Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, which gm:
prohibits sex discrimination, and with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 Decemberl-
is coordinated by Mr. Terry Allen, Affirmative Action Office, 8 Administration plication
Building, (859) 257-8927. . $23335:
Efforts to comply with the laws and regulations applicable to people With December4_
disabilities are also coordinated by the Affirmative Action Office, as required mission I
by Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with 21:32:11
Disabilities Act of 1990. demwm
Questions concerning compliance with regulations may be directed to December13
UK’s Affirmative Action Office, orto the Director of the Office for Civil Rights, 1:15:33
US. Department of Education, Washington, DC. 20015”
The University is in compliance with the Drug-Free Workplace Act of 1988 the begin
and the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendment of 1989. REGISTRAT
Questions may be directed to the Vice Chancellor for Student Affairs or the “$5qu
Office of the Director of Human Resources Services. tration fc
Questions about admission to the University should be directed to the $3121:
appropriate admissions office. Summer
August 15-21
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Students should check the Schedule of Classes each semester for any calendar changes which may have been approved after publication of this
Bulletin. The approved Calendar for the academic year 2001-2002 will be published in the Schedule of Classes.

2000 Fall Semester August l7-2l—Thursday through Monday—Fall regis— October 23—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the

_____— tration for new post-baccalaureate studentsadmit— University or reduce course load and receive any

APPLICATION FORADMISSION tedfor the FirstSummerSession, Second Summer refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course

January lS—Monday—Deadline for submission ofall Session or Fall Semester load after this date only for “urgent non—academic
application materials to the College of Medicine AugustIS—Friday—Registration fornew international reasons."
for the 2000 Fall Semester studentswho have been cleared for admission but

February l—Tuesday—Deadline forinternational ap— did not advance register DEGREES AND GRADUATION
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School August 2l—Monday——Registration for new studenm September 2l—Thursday—Last day for filing an appli-
for the 2000 Fall Semester who have been cleared for admission but did not cation for a December degree in college dean’s

April 15—Saturday—Deadline for applying with col- priority register office
lege deans for reinstatement after a second aca— August23—August30—WednesdaythroughTuesday— November 2—Thursday—Last day fordoctoralcandi-
demic suspension for the 2000 Fall Semester Late registration for returning students who did dates for a December degree to submit a Notifica-

May l—Monday—Deadline forundergraduate inter— not priority register and new applicants cleared tion ofIntentto schedule afinal examination in the
national applicants to submit 2000 Fall Semester late for admission. A late fee is assessed students Graduate School
application who register late. November 16-—Thursday—Last dayfor candidates for a

June lS—Thursday—Earliest date to submit applica— September lB—Wednesday—Last day to change grad- December degree to schedule a final examination
tion for regular and Early Decision Program ad- ing option (pass/fail to letter grade or letter in the Graduate School
mission to the College of Medicine for the 2001 grade to pass/fail; credit to audit or audit to November30—Thursday—Lastdayforcandidatesfora
Fall Semester credit) December graduate degree to sitforafinalexami»

July2l—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission October 31-November 17*—Friday through Friday— nation
to a program in the Graduate School for the 2000 Priority Registration for the 2001 Spring Semes— December lS—Friday—Last day for candidates for a
Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, post— ter December degree to submit a thesis/dissertation
baccalaureate status, and visiting student status will November 17—Friday—2001 Spring Semester Advis— to the Graduate School
he accepted after the deadline. ing Conference for new and readmitted under-

August l——Tuesday—Deadline for application for Early graduate students OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
Decision Program admission to the College of End of Semester and Academic Holidays
Medicine for the 2001 Fall Semester ADD/ DROP AND WITHDRAWAL August 2—Wednesday—Lastdayforregisteredstudents

August 9—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the July 29—August 19*—-Saturday through Saturday— in the Employee Educational Program to submit
Graduate School for readmission, post-baccalaure- Add/ Drop for registered students EEP form to their personnel office to confirm 2000
ate status, and visiting student status for the 2000 August21-22—Mondayand Tuesday—Firstdayofopen- Fall Semester registration and tuition defrayal
Fall Semester in order to register before the be- ing—of-term add / drop for registered students August 19—21—Saturday through Monday—Fall Orien-
ginning of classes and avoid a late fee August 22—Tuesday—Last day astudent may officially tation for all new undergraduate students

October l5——Sunday——Deadline for submission of ap— drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni- August 21-25—Monday through Friday—Approved
plication and all required documents to the versity Registrar for a full refund of fees time period for students to change academic
Office of Admissions for undergraduate appli- August 30—Tuesday—Last day to enter an organized majors (please check with college for admission .
cams planning to attend NovemberAdvising Con- class for the 2000 Fall Semester deadline)
ference (including registration for spring classes) August 30—Tuesday—Last day to officially withdraw August 23—Wednesday—Class work begins

October31—Tuesday—Deadlinefor international ap- from the University or reduce course load and AugustBO—Tuesday—Lastday for students in the Em-
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School receive an 80 percent refund ployee Educational Program who registered in
for 2001 Summer School September 13—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course August or September to submit EEP form to their

November l—Wednesday—Deadline for completed without it appearing on the student’s transcript personnel office for tuition defrayal for the 2000
AMCAS application for admission to the College October 20—Friday—Last day to withdraw from a Fall Semester
of Medicine for the 2001 Fall Semester course September4—Monday—Labor Day—Academic l-loli-

December l—Friday—Deadline for submission of ap- October 20—Friday—Last day to withdraw from the day
plication and receiptof all materials for admission, University or reduce course load and receive any September 2l—Thursday—Deadline for submission
readmission or transfer to the College of Law for refund. Students can withdraw or reduce course of application and all required documents to the
the 2001 Spring Semester load after thisdate onlyfor“urgentnon-academic Office of the Registrar for change of residency

December 4—Monday—Deadline for applying for ad- reasons." status for 2000 Fall Semester ‘
mission to a program in the Graduate School for November30—January16*—Thursday through Satur- October6—Friday—FallBreak—Academic Holiday
the 2001 Spring Semester. Applications for read- day—Add/ Drop for registered students for the October lG—Monday—Midterm of 2000 Fall Semester
mission, post—baccalaureate status, and visiting stu- 2001 Spring Semester October l7-30—Tuesday through Monday—Approved
dentstatus will be accepted after the deadline. time period for students to change academic ma-

December 13—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to FEE PAYMENT jors (please checkwith college for admission dead-
the Graduate School for readmission, post-bacca— August 25—Tuesday—Last daya student may officially line)
laureate status, and visiting student status for the drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni- November 23-25—Thursday through Saturday—
2001 Spring Semester in order to register before versity Registrar for a full refund of fees Thanksgiving Holidays—Academic Holidays
the beginning of classes and avoid a late fee September l—Tuesday—Last day to officially with- December 6—Wednesday—Last day for registered stu-

draw from the University or reduce course load dents in the Employee Educational Program to

REGISTRATION and receive an 80 percent refund submit EEP form to their personnel office to

August 15—21——Tuesday through Monday—Fall regis- September 9—Wednesday—Last day for payment of confirm 2001 Spring Semester registration and
tration for new undergraduate and new program registration fees and/ or housing and dining fees tuition defrayal
graduate students who entered the University in in order to avoid cancellation of registration and / December 8—Friday—End of class work
either the 2000 First Summer Session or Second or meal card December 1 l-lS—Monday through Friday—Final Ex-
Summer Session September lS—Friday—Last day for reinstatement aminations

August l5-21—Tuesday through Monday—Registra— of students cancelled for nonpayment of regis- December l5—Friday—End of 2000 Fall Semester
tion for new program graduate students tration fees and/or housing and dining fees. December lS—Monday—Final deadline for submis-

Aug'ustl7-19—Thursdaythrough Saturday—Registra- Requires payment of fees and may require pay— sion of grades to the Registrar's Office by 4 p.m.
tion for Evening/Weekend students ment of $50 reinstatement fee.

CALENDAR / 3

 ‘ ‘ _— *— — RT E —B ' ' E 1‘

2001 Spnng Semester AprIl 24 June 6 Tuesday through Wednesday OTHERIMPO ANT DAT S eglnmngand nd

_—-—-—————_ Second Summer SeSSIon registration and add / drop of Semester and Academic Holidays

continue for students enrolled in the 2001 Spring December 6, 2000—Wednesday—Last day for regis-

APPLICATION FOR ADMISSION Semester tered students in the Employee Educational Pro-

June 15, 2000—Thursday—Deadline forinternational gram to submit EEP form to their personnel office 1
applications to be submitted to the Graduate School ADD/DROPANDWITHDRAWAL to confirm 2001 Spring Semester registration and l‘
for the 2001 Spring Semester November 30-January 16*-—Thursday through Satur- tuition defrayal

September 1, 2000—Friday—Deadline for under— day—Add/Drop for registered students for the January8-12—Mondaythrongh Friday—Approvedu'me
graduate international applicants to submit 2001 2001 Spring Semester period for students to change academic majors 1‘
Spring Semester application January8—9—Monday and Tuesday—Firstday of open— (please check with college for admission dead-

September 15, 2000—Friday—Deadline for applying ing-of-term add/drop for registered students line) B
with college deans for reinstatement after a second January 9—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially January lO—Wednesday—Class work begins
academic suspension forthe 2001 Spring Semester drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni- January lS—Monday—Martin LutherKingBirthday—

October 15, 2000—Sunday—Deadline for submission versity Registrar for a full refund of fees Academic Holiday 1
of application and all required documents to the January l7—Wednesday—Last day to enter an orga- January l7—Wednesday—Lastday forstudentsin the
Office ofAdmissionsforundergraduate applicants nized class for the 2001 Spring Semester Employee Educational Program who registered l
planning to attend November Advising Confer— January 17—Wednesday—Last day to officially with» inJanuary to submit EEP form to their personnel 1
ence (including registration forspring classes) draw from the University or reduce course load office for tuition dcfrayal for the 2001 Spring Se-

December 4, 2000—Monday—Deadline for applying and receive an 80 percent refund mester
for admission toaprogram in the Graduate School January 20—Wednesday—Last day to drop a course February 8—Thursday—Deadline for submission of
for the 2001 Spring Semester. Applications for without it appearing on the student’s transcript application and all required documents to the
readmission,post-baccalaureate status,andvisiting March 6—Friday—Last day to withdraw from acourse OffiCe 0f the Registrar for change of residency ]
student status will be accepted after the deadline. March 6—Friday—Last day towithdraw from the Uni- Status for 2001 Spring Semester 1

December 13, 2000—Wednesday—Dcadline for ap~ versity or reduce course load and receive any re- March 5—Monday—Midterm of 2001 Spring Semes-
plying to the Graduate School for readmission, fund.Students canwithdrawor reduce courseload ter
post-baccalaureate status, and visiting student sta— after this date only for “urgent non-academic rea— March 6—26—Tuesday through Monday—Approved time 1
tus for the 2001 Spring Semesterin order to regis— sons." period for students to change academic majors
ter before the beginning of classes and avoid $40 April 24—June16*—Tuesday through Saturday—Add/ (please check With college for admission dead-
late fee Drop for priority registered students for the 2001 line) I
Febniary l—Thursday—Deadline forinternational ap— Fall Semester March l2-17—Monday through Saturday—Spring
plications to be submitted to the Graduate School Vacation—Academic Holidays
for the 2001 Fall Semester FEE PAYMENT April 27—Friday—End ofclass work 1
February l—Thursday—Deadline for submission of all January 9—Tuesday—Last day a student may officially April 30-May 4—Monday through Friday—Final Ex-
application materials to the College of Medicine drop a course or cancel registration with the Uni— aminaiions
for the 2001 Fall Semester versity Registrar for a full refund of fees May 4—Friday—End of 2001 Spring Semester
March l—Thursday—Last day for submission ofappli- January l7—Wednesday—Last day to officially with- May 7—Monday—Final deadline for submission of
cation for admission to the College ofLaw for the draw from the University or reduce course load grades to the Registrar’s Office by 4 p.m. ]
2001 Fall Semester and receive an 80 percent refund May 7-August 18—College of Pharmacy 15—WeekSum-
April l—Sunday—Preferred deadline for submitting JanuaIyIO—Wednesday—Last dayfor paymentofreg- mer Term
application for admission to the College of Den- istration fees and/or housing and dining fees in
tistry for the 2001 Fall Semester order to avoid cancellation ofregistration and/or . .
April 6—Friday—Deadline for applying for admission meal card 2001 FII‘St Summer Sessmn l
tso a progrsam In theAGralduate Sclgool fo:lthe 2.001 Febrt'juary 2—Frlqllayd—fLast day for reinstageme'nt of stu- APPLICATION FOR ADMISSI 0N ]
umbmer lessons, pp lcatgons ‘or read mission, fents cdancehe .Or nqinpaymefnt oRreglstrauon October 31’ 2000—Tuesday—Deadline for interna-
post- acca aureate status, an Visitingstu entstatus eesan /or ousmg an inlng ecs. equrres pay— tional applications to be submitted to the Graduate 1
Will be accepted after the deadline. merit of fees and may require payment ofa rein-
A ril 25 W d d D dl' f l _ th f School for 2001 Summer School 1
P — e nes ay_ ea Inc or app ylng to e statement 66' . _ April 9—Friday—Deadline for applying for admis-
Graduate School for readmISSIOn, post—baccalaure- March 9—Frlday—Last day to Withdraw from the Uni- . .
. . . . . Slon to a program in the Graduate School for the
ate status, and Visulng student status for the 2001 verstty or reduce course load and receive any re- . l . .~
. . . . . 2001 Summer Sessrons. Applications for readmis-
First Summer SeSSIon In order to register May 7 fund. Studentscan wrthdraworreduce course load . b l d . . .
d avoid alate fee after this date onl for “ur ent non-academic rea— slon, p0“— acca aureate status, an Vlsmng Stu- ]
an n y g dent status will be accepted after the deadline.
RE 615m“ 0N 5°“ ApriCl;25d——Wednhesdpy—Degdline for appltying :0 the 1
2-8—Tuesda throu hMonda —Re 'slrau'on for ra uate Sc 00 orrea mISSIon,post- acca aure- J
Jan 1 y g y g1 ate status, and visiting student status for the 2001 1
new program graduate students DEGREES AND GRADUATION . . . .
. . . , . First Summer SeSSIon in order to register May 10
January 5—8—Frlday through Monday—Registration for February 8—Thursday—Last day for filing an applica- and avoid a late fee J
new post-baccalaureate students . . tion for a May degree in college dean s office May 23—Wednesday—Deadline for applying to the
January 5-6—Friday and Saturday—Registration for March 22—Thursday—Lastdayfor doctoral candidates . .
. , _ . Graduate School for readmissmn, post—baccalau-
Evening/Weekend and new graduate students for a May degree to submit a Notification ofIntent . . .
. . , _ , reate status, andVIslung studentsmtus forthe 2001
JanuaryS—Monday—Registrauon for newstudentswho to schedule a final examination in the Graduate . r .
. . . _ Second Summer Sessron In order to register be-
have been clearedfor admlsSIon butdld notprlor- School . . .
. . _ _ fore the beginning ofclasses and avord a late fee ,
lty register April 5—Thursday—Last day for candidates for a May REGISTRATION
January-IO-I'II—Wednesday through Wednesday—Late degree to schedule afinal examination in the Gradu- April 24—May 7*—Tues day through Mon day—First ‘
registration for returning students who did not ate School . . i . .
. . . . , , Summer Sesswn registration and add/ drop continue I
priority register and new applicants cleared late April l9—Thursday—Last dayforcandldates for aMay . .
. . . . . , for students enrolled In the 2001 Spring Semester
for admISSIon. A late fee 15 assessed students who graduate degree to Sit for a final examination M . .
. , . , ay 7—Monday—ch1stratlon for new students
register late. April 27—Frlday—Last day for doctoral candidates for M . . . .
_ , _ , ay8~l 1 —Tuesday through Friday—Late registration ;
January3l—Wednesday—Lastday to change grading a May degree who Wish to receive a diploma at f . .
. . . , . or returning students not already registered and
option (pass/fall to letter grade or letter grade to Commencementtosubmitdissertauon to theGradu— . . .
. . . . . new applicants cleared late for admissmn. A late
pass/fall; credit to audit or audit to credit) ate School , .
. , , _ _ fee is assessed students who register late. ,
March 26-April l3*—Monday through Friday—Prion May 4—Frlday—Last day for candidates for a May de» M . l
. . . , . . , ay 14—Monday—Last day to change grading option
my registration for the 2001 Fall Semester and gree to submit a them/dissertation to the Gradu- .
, (pass/fall to letter grade or letter grade to pass/
both 2001 Summer Sessrons ate School f . . . l . .
. . all; credit to audit or audit to credit) In college
April 24—May 7*—Tuesday through Monday—First May 6—Sunday—CommencementDay dean’s office
Summer Session registration and add/drop con- .
tinue for students enrolled in the 2001 Spring '
Semester
4 / CALENDAR

 dEnd May 16—June 3*—Wednesday through Wednesday— ate status, and visiting student status for the 2001 July ll—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
Eight-Week registration and add/drop for stu- Second Summer Session in order to register be— August degree to schedule afinal examination in
» regs. dents who entered the University in the 2001 First fore the beginning ofclasses and avoid a late fee the Graduate School
al pro. Summer Session June lS—Friday—Deadline forinternational applica— July 25—Wednesday—Last day for candidates for an
loffice ADD/DROP AND WITHDRAWAL tions to be submitted to the Graduate School for August graduate degree to sit for a final
3n and May8—Tuesday—Lastdayastudentmayofficiallydrop the 2001 Spring Semester examination
a course or cancel registration with the University July 20—Friday—Deadline forapplyingfor admission August 2—Thursday—Last day for candidates for an
id time Registrar for a full refund offees to a program in the Graduate School for the 2001 August degree to submit a thesis/dissermtion to
majors May 1 l—Friday—Last day to enter an organized class Fall Semester. Applications for readmission, post— the Graduate School
dead- for the 2001 First Summer Session baccalaureate status, andvisiting studentstatus will
May 11—Friday—Last day to officially withdraw from be accepted after the deadline OTHER IMPORTANT DATES—Beginning and
the University or reduce course load and receive End of Semester and Academic Holidays
hday— an 80 percent refund REGISTRATION June 7—Thursday—Class work begins
May l4——Monday——Lastday to dropacourse withoutit April 24—June 6*—Tuesday through Wednesday— June ll—Monday—Last day for students in the Em-
sin the appearing on the student‘s transcript Second Summer Session registration and add/ drop ployee Educational Program to submit EEP form
istered May22—Tuesday—Lastday to withdrawfrom a course continue for students enrolled in the 2001 Spring to their personnel office for tuition defrayal for
sonnel May22—Tuesday—Lastday to withdraw from the Uni- Semester the 2001 Second Summer Session
ing Se- versity or reduce course load and receive any re- May 16—June 6*—Wednesday through Wednesday— July2—Monday——Independence Day—Academic Holi-
fund. Students can withdraw or reduce course load Second registration and add/ drop forstudentswho day
sion of after this date only for “urgent non-academic rea— entered the University in the 2001 First Summer July 7—Thursday—Midterm of2001 Second Summer
to the sons. " Session Session
idency FEE PAYMENT June 5—Tuesday—Registration forEvening/Weekend August l—Wednesday—Last day for registered stu-
MayS—Tuesday—Lastdayastudentmayofficiallydrop and new graduate students dents in the Employee Educational Program to
Semes— a cour