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    James Madison University
   
 
  Sep 23, 2017
 
2017-18 Graduate Catalog 
  
2017-18 Graduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Nutrition

   •  NUTR 652. Nutrition Assessment
   •  NUTR 654. Current Topics in Food
   •  NUTR 655. Integrated Nutrition
   •  NUTR 656. Food Systems Mgt Pract
   •  NUTR 660. Research Methods in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 671. Nutrition in Disease Development, Progression, and Prevention
   •  NUTR 672. Professional Practice Issues in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 673. Advanced Management in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 674. Optimal Nutritional Health for Older Adults
   •  NUTR 675. Nutrigenomics
   •  NUTR 680. Reading and Research
   •  NUTR 681. Directed Research in Dietetics I
   •  NUTR 682. Directed Research in Dietetics II
   •  NUTR 685. Field Work in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 695. Research Interpretation in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 696. Graduate Seminar in Dietetics
   •  NUTR 697. Directed Research Continuance
   •  NUTR 698. Comprehensive Continuance
   •  NUTR 700. Thesis Research I
   •  NUTR 701. Thesis Research II

Occupational Therapy

   •  OT 510. Therapeutic Interaction
   •  OT 520. Occupational Development Through the Lifespan
   •  OT 530. Human Occupation and the Foundations of the Profession
   •  OT 538. . Administrative Functions for OTs
   •  OT 540. The Occupational Therapy Process
   •  OT 555. Level I Fieldwork One
   •  OT 560. Sensorimotor Foundations of Occupational Engagement
   •  OT 561. Therapeutic Media in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 580. Occupational Dysfunction - Cause and Impact
   •  OT 585. Psychosocial Perspectives in Occupational Therapy Practice
   •  OT 590. Foundations of Research in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 591. Occupational Therapy Tutorial I
   •  OT 592. Occupational Therapy Tutorial II
   •  OT 600. Assistive Technology in Occupational Therapy Practice
   •  OT 610. Occupational Therapy Intervention in Pediatrics
   •  OT 620. School Based Practice
   •  OT 630. Evidence Based Practice
   •  OT 640. Occupational Therapy Intervention Throughout Adulthood
   •  OT 645. Level I Fieldwork Two
   •  OT 651. Community and Health Practice in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 655. Level I Fieldwork Three
   •  OT 663. Policy Analysis and Systems of Service Provision
   •  OT 665. Level II Fieldwork One
   •  OT 675. Level II Fieldwork Two
   •  OT 680. Independent Study in Occupational Therapy
   •  OT 691. Occupational Therapy Tutorial Group II
   •  OT 692. Occupational Therapy Tutorial Group III

Physician Assistant

   •  PA 510. Physical Diagnosis I
   •  PA 511. Physical Diagnosis II
   •  PA 520. Clinical Medicine I
   •  PA 532. Pharmacology for Physician Assistants I
   •  PA 540. The Physician Assistant Profession
   •  PA 551. Managing Medical Information I: Clinical Biostatistics
   •  PA 621. Clinical Medicine II
   •  PA 622. Women's Medicine
   •  PA 623. Pediatric Medicine
   •  PA 624. Behavioral Medicine
   •  PA 625. Health Promotion and Disease Prevention
   •  PA 626. Clinical Medicine III
   •  PA 630. Clinical Laboratory Medicine I
   •  PA 631. Clinical Laboratory Medicine II
   •  PA 633. Pharmacology for Physician Assistants II
   •  PA 642. Transition to Physician Assistant Practice
   •  PA 643. Values in Primary Care
   •  PA 652. Managing Medical Information II: Clinical Problem Solving
   •  PA 653. Managing Medical Information III: Research Design and Implementation
   •  PA 654. Managing Medical Information IV: Directed Project
   •  PA 670. Elective Clinical Rotation
   •  PA 671. Family Medicine Clinical Rotation I
   •  PA 672. Family Medicine Clinical Rotation II
   •  PA 673. Internal Medicine Clinical Rotation I
   •  PA 674. Internal Medicine Clinical Rotation II
   •  PA 675. Pediatrics Clinical Rotation
   •  PA 676. Obstetrics and Gynecology Clinical Rotation
   •  PA 677. General Surgery Clincal Rotation
   •  PA 678. Emergency Medicine Clinical Rotation
   •  PA 679. Behavioral Medicine Clinical Rotation

Political Science

   •  POSC 540. Post-Conflict Societies
   •  POSC 601. Theories of European Integration
   •  POSC 602. Politics of European Culture and Identity
   •  POSC 603. The Political Institutions of the European Union
   •  POSC 604. Policy-Making Processes
   •  POSC 605. Comparative European Politics
   •  POSC 620. The EU: Contemporary Issues and Controversies
   •  POSC 630. Topics in U.S. Government
   •  POSC 631. U.S. Congress
   •  POSC 636. Public Policy
   •  POSC 637. Interest Groups & Public Policy
   •  POSC 640. Policy Analysis and the European Union
   •  POSC 641. Topics in Economic and Social Policy
   •  POSC 642. Topics in Foreign Policy and Internal Security
   •  POSC 643. The Transatlantic Relationship and the Challenges of Globalization
   •  POSC 644. Research in Policy Dynamics
   •  POSC 665. Governance and Stabilization
   •  POSC 690. Tutorial in EU Policy Studies
   •  POSC 692. EU Seminar

Psychology

   •  PSYC 501. Workshop in Psychology
   •  PSYC 525. Role and Function of the School Psychologist
   •  PSYC 527. Psychological Foundations of Education
   •  PSYC 530. The Psychology of Child Abuse and Neglect
 

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