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    Cal Poly Pomona
   
 
  Oct 17, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 University Catalog

Index of Courses


 

Biology

NOTE: For all courses which have both a lecture component and a laboratory component (e.g. BIO 121/121L ); both components are corequisites; that is, they must be taken concurrently.

When appropriate, the names of faculty associated with each course are specified; otherwise, "Staff" is noted. Courses approved for CR/NC grading applies only to majors outside the Biological Sciences Department. 

   •  BIO 465L - Stem Cell Biology Lab (1)
   •  BIO 488S - Interpretation of Science Service Learning (4)
   •  BIO 490 - Scientific Communication (1)
   •  BIO 492L - Internship in Stem Cell Biology (1-12)
   •  BIO 495/495L - Experimental Traditions (2/2)
   •  BIO 499/499A/499L - Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)
   •  BIO 500 - Training in Graduate Research (1-3)
   •  BIO 520/520L - Endocrinology (3/1)
   •  BIO 528 - Community Ecology (3)
   •  BIO 530 - Mechanisms of Speciation (3)
   •  BIO 535 - Advanced Cell Biology (4)
   •  BIO 540 - Biogeography (3)
   •  BIO 542L - Graduate Laboratory (1-3)
   •  BIO 550/550L - Plant Growth and Development (2/2)
   •  BIO 555 - Molecular Biology of Development (4)
   •  BIO 560 - Advanced Bacterial Physiology and Genetics (4)
   •  BIO 565/565L - Animal Tissue Culture (2/2)
   •  BIO 570/570L - Cellular Immunity and Disease (3/1)
   •  BIO 575 - Advanced Topics in Biology (1-4)
   •  BIO 576 - Regulatory Affairs for the Biotechnology Industry (3)
   •  BIO 578/578L - Scanning Electron Microscope Techniques (2/3)
   •  BIO 580 - Introduction to Instructional Methods in Biology (1)
   •  BIO 581/581L - Transport Across Cell Membranes (3/2)
   •  BIO 680 - Seminar in Biology (1-3)
   •  BIO 691 - Directed Study (1-3)
   •  BIO 692 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  BIO 693 - Presentation of Thesis Research Proposal (1)
   •  BIO 694 - Thesis Research in the Biological Sciences (1-3)
   •  BIO 696 - Master’s Degree Thesis (1-3)
   •  BIO 699 - Master’s Degree Continuation (0)

Botany

NOTE: For all courses which have both a lecture and a laboratory component (e.g. BOT 201/201L ), both components are corequisites; that is, they must be taken concurrently.

When appropriate, the names of faculty associated with each course are specified; otherwise "Staff" is noted. 

   •  BOT 201/201L - Form and Function in Plants (3/1)
   •  BOT 299/299A/299L - Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4)
   •  BOT 343/343L - California Flora (1/2)
   •  BOT 428/428L - Plant Physiology (4/1)
   •  BOT 433/433L - Marine Botany (2/2)
   •  BOT 434/434L - Evolution of Plants (3/2)
   •  BOT 435/435L - Plant Anatomy (2/2)
   •  BOT 456/456L - Plant Tissue Culture (3/1)
   •  BOT 499/499A/499L - Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)

Business

   •  BUS 101 - Business Freshman Experience (4)
   •  BUS 112 - Success Strategies for Business Majors (4)
   •  BUS 299/299A/299L - Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)
   •  BUS 362 - International Field Studies (4)
   •  BUS 401 - Product Liability and Patents (4)
   •  BUS 432 - The Use and Role of Technology in International Destinations (4)
   •  BUS 441 - Overseas Internship (1-8)
   •  BUS 442 - Overseas Internship (1-8)
   •  BUS 452 - Politics, Economics and Business Practice in International Destinations (4)
   •  BUS 461 - Senior Project (2)
   •  BUS 462 - Senior Project (2)
   •  BUS 483 - International Destinations and the United States: Cross-Cultural Analysis (4)
   •  BUS 492 - International Communications Consultancy Instruction (4)
   •  BUS 495 - Strategic Management (4)
   •  BUS 499/499A/499L - Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)

Cal Poly University

   •  CPU 100 - Career and Personal Exploration (1-4)
   •  CPU 102 - Fundamental Principles of Learning Skills (3)
   •  CPU 109 - Fundamental Principles of Residential Leadership (2)
   •  CPU 123 - Community Engagement (1-4)
   •  CPU 210/210A - Actualized Living (3/1)
   •  CPU 214 - Advanced Principles of Residential Leadership (2)
   •  CPU 299/299A/299L - Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)
   •  CPU 401 - Writing Proficiency (4)
   •  CPU 440/440A - Rose Float Production/Activity (3/1)
   •  CPU 475 - McNair Scholars Seminar I (2)
   •  CPU 476 - McNair Scholars Seminar II (2)
   •  CPU 477 - McNair Scholars Seminar III (2)
   •  CPU 499/499A/499L - Special Topics for Upper Division Students (1-4/1-4/1-4)

Civil Engineering

Lecture and laboratory courses listed together are to be taken concurrently.  All CE courses are open only to BSCE and MSCE majors, unless otherwise specified.

   •  CE 122 - Introduction to Civil Engineering (1)
   •  CE 127/127L - Civil Engineering CAD I/Laboratory (1/1)
   •  CE 128L - Civil Engineering CAD II Laboratory (1)
   •  CE 134/134L - Elementary Surveying/Laboratory (2/2)
   •  CE 220/220L - Advanced Surveying/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 221/221L - Civil Engineering Materials/Laboratory (2/1)
   •  CE 222/222L - Highway Engineering/Laboratory (2/2)
   •  CE 223/223L - Transportation Engineering/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 240 - Surveying Computations (3)
   •  CE 299/299A/299L - Special Topics for Lower Division Students (1-4)
   •  CE 301 - Engineering Economics (4)
   •  CE 303/303A - Computer Programming and Numerical Methods/Activity (2/1)
   •  CE 304 - Structural Analysis I (4)
   •  CE 305 - Structural Analysis II (4)
   •  CE 305L - Structural Design Laboratory (1)
   •  CE 306L - Structural Testing Laboratory (1)
   •  CE 311/311L - Geodesy and Satellite Surveying/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 313 - Land Survey Descriptions (4)
   •  CE 314/314L - Elements of Spatial Positioning/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 325 - Geotechnical Engineering I (2)
   •  CE 326 - Geotechnical Engineering II (3)
   •  CE 327L - Geotechnical Engineering Laboratory (1)
   •  CE 331 - Public Land Surveys (3)
   •  CE 332/332L - Hydraulic Engineering/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 351/351L - Environmental Engineering/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 362/362A - Technical Communications and Documentation/Activity (2/1)
   •  CE 400 - Special Study for Upper Division Students (1-4)
   •  CE 406 - Structural Design-Steel (4)
   •  CE 420/420L - Digital Mapping/Laboratory (3/1)
   •  CE 421 - Structural Design-Reinforced Concrete (4)
   •  CE 422L - Concrete Testing Laboratory (1)
   •  CE 424 - Foundation and Retaining Wall Design (4)
   •  CE 427/427L - Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing/Laboratory (3/1)
 

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