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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

The courses are anchored by four foundational Cornerstones: Academic transition - introduce the discipline, the practice of learning from experience, and the resources for successful academic transition to Virginia Tech; Holistic education - integrate experiences inside and outside of the classroom for a meaningful, holistic student experience;

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Undergraduate Catalog-- ME Course Descriptions

Elective courses in the junior and senior years provide students with the opportunity to pursue specialized interests related to career plans or preparation for graduate study. The department participates in the Cooperative Education Program in which qualified students may alternate semesters of study with semesters of professional employment.

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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

Credit courses on other than the regular time schedule, including intensive courses for teachers, are also offered. The summer sessions program features a comprehensive offering of courses and special programs, including online courses, study abroad programs, and a few undergraduate courses in Northern Virginia.

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Undergraduate Catalog--Chemistry Course Descriptions

The B.A. program has fewer required chemistry courses, allowing students to design a chemistry program with more electives to meet a wider set of career goals. The B.A. is often chosen by students who wish to pursue a double major or to take other courses to …

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Undergraduate Catalog--College Of Engineering

Where courses have substantial duplication, credit toward graduation will be given for one course only. Up to 2 credits in physical education may be used toward graduation as free elective credit. ESM 4404 and other courses below the academic potential of the …

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Statistics Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Courses (STAT) Fundamental concepts and methods of statistics with emphasis on interpretation of statistical arguments. An introduction to design of experiments, data analysis, correlation and regression, concepts of probability theory, sampling errors, …

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Civil & Env. Eng. Course Descriptions

Each of these courses involves preparation of written reports and oral presentations, and each provides teamwork experience through utilization of a group approach to project design. Classroom instruction in the civil engineering program is reinforced by instructional laboratories in the major areas of civil engineering practice.

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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

The curriculum offers courses in finance, insurance, and business law, but a major only in finance. Degree Requirements. The graduation requirements in effect during the academic year of admission to Virginia Tech apply. Requirements for graduation are listed on checksheets.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Statistics Course Descriptions

Overview. Statistics courses are offered at both the undergraduate and the graduate levels for students preparing for professions in statistics, for students who need statistical tools to engage in scientific research, and for students who want to acquire knowledge of the important concepts of probability and statistical inference.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Biology Course Descriptions

It also allows a selection of courses to prepare students for the health professions and for graduate training in ecology, environmental biology, genetics, microbiology, botany, zoology, molecular biology, and related fields. In addition, through interdisciplinary programs, students are provided the core background for employment opportunities

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Animal And Poultry Science Course

Undergraduate Course Descriptions (APSC)( ALS) ( FST) ( BMVS) 1454: INTRODUCTION TO ANIMAL & POULTRY SCIENCE. Survey of systems of livestock and poultry production including: concepts and terminology pertaining to management and marketing; types and breeds of livestock and poultry; and an introduction to nutrition, genetics, physiology, and

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Undergrad Catalog Academic Info- Using This Catalog

Graduate Courses Listings. Information regarding graduate courses (5000 and above) may be found in the Graduate Catalog. Prerequisite Notations and Requirements. Students are permitted to take courses without having the specified prerequisites only upon obtaining the consent of the instructor.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- HNFE Course Descriptions

Additional courses required for each of the options in human nutrition and foods are listed in the appropriate sections below. Dietetics. Consult: S. F. Clark The undergraduate Dietetics option, known as the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Mathematics Course Descriptions

This course, along with 1205-1206 and 1224, constitutes the freshman science and engineering mathematics courses. 2 units of high school algebra, 1 unit of geometry, ½ unit each of trigonometry and pre-calculus required. Partially duplicates MATH 2114. (2H,2C) 1205-1206: CALCULUS.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Psychology Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Courses (PSYC) 2004: INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY. The scientific study of behavior, behavioral research methods and analysis, and theoretical interpretations. Survey of basic behavioral processes from sensory and physiological mechanisms to personality types and complex decision-making in humans.

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Virginia Tech Undergraduate Catalog

*Students receiving AP language elective credit must see the head of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures if they wish to request possible credit for specific 2000- or 3000-level language courses in lieu of elective credit. Decisions concerning such equivalencies will be made on an individual basis. American Government: 4 or 5

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Biology Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Courses (BIOL) Courses (BIOL) 1004: BIOLOGY ORIENTATION SEMINAR An introduction to academic and career planning for majors in Biology and students who may be considering Biology as a major. (1H,1C) 1005,1006: GENERAL BIOLOGY …

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Undergraduate Catalog-- CAUS--Industrial Design

Professional Elective Courses: 9. To be selected from an approved list of courses supplied by the school: Free Electives: 6. Can be taken at any time allowed in the student's program of study: Total credit hours required for B.S. 125. Minor in Industrial Design.

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Undergraduate Catalog--Biochemistry Course Descriptions

The following required courses should be completed by the end of the spring semester of the junior year for satisfactory progress toward a bachelor's degree for biochemistry majors in both the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and in the College of Science.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Psychology Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Courses (PSYC) 1004: INTRODUCTORY PSYCHOLOGY. The scientific study of behavior, behavioral research methods and analysis and theoretical interpretations. Survey of basic behavioral processes from sensory and physiological mechanisms to personality types and complex decision-making in humans.

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2020-2021 Undergraduate Catalog

In addition to traditional majors, the college offers courses in intellectual property law, and supports research centers in areas such as biomedical and public health sciences, applied mathematics, macromolecular science, and many other critical technologies and applied sciences that interface with other Colleges at the University.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Mathematics Course Descriptions

Students who follow Path 2, should take a total of 26 semester hours of the following mathematics courses Calculus (1225-1226, 2204) ; Linear Algebra &ODEs (2114, 2214) ; and 9 hours of approved mathematics courses numbered 3000 or higher or selections from CMDA 3605, 3606, and 4604. Duplications are prohibited.

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2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Courses in a series may be taken independently where the series of course numbers is separated by commas (e.g., 3135, 3136), in the catalog listing. Where the series of course numbers is connected by hyphens (e.g., 4135-4136), the first course is prerequisite for the next one.

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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

A total of 25 semester hours of the following mathematics courses for students who follow Path 1 : Calculus (1205-1206, 1224, 2224); Linear Algebra & ODE's: (1114, 2214); and 9 hours of approved mathematics courses numbered 3000 or higher or selections from CMDA 3605, 3606, and 4604.

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2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog

Graduate courses may not be taken without prior written approval from the Graduate School. Accelerated Undergraduate/Graduate Degree status. High achieving and talented seniors may apply for Accelerated status. The minimum admission requirements are: An advisor for the proposed accelerated program; Listing of courses for use on the plan of study

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Undergraduate Catalog--Environmental Science Course

The Environmental Science program also offers a minor. The requirements include CSES/ENSC 3114 plus 3124 (or CSES/ENSC 3134) and CSES/ENSC 3604 and 14 to 15 more hours selected from a set of 23 courses. See www.ensc.vt.edu or visit 240 Smyth Hall for more information about a minor in environmental science. Satisfactory Progress

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Undergrad Catalog Academic Info- University Policies

Auditing Courses. A student may enroll as an auditor in any class other than laboratory classes and studio courses, with the permission of both their academic advisor and the class instructor. The lecture portion of laboratory-linked courses and courses with computation periods may be designated as eligible for audit at the request of the

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Undergraduate Catalog-- HNFE Course Descriptions

Additional courses required for each of the options in human nutrition and foods are listed in the appropriate sections below. Dietetics. Consult: Heather K. Cox The undergraduate Dietetics option, known as the Didactic Program in Dietetics (DPD), leads to a Bachelor of Science degree in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Agriculture & Life Sciences Course

Courses primarily designed for a particular animal species, including wildlife species, usually are taught within that particular subject matter department. Courses carrying the ALS prefix are taught by appropriate faculty members or teams of faculty members in more than one department. Academic programs of these departments are thus

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05-06 Undergrad Catalog Academic Info- University Core

Courses in this curricular area take the human condition and human values as their main focus, while dealing with a range of subject matters: philosophy, literature and communication, history, religion, the arts, and technology. Most of these courses deal with some aspect of Western cultural experience in its numerous varieties.

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Undergraduate Catalog--COE Computer Science Course

All majors take a set of foundational courses in software design and development, algorithms, and computer organization at the freshman and sophomore level. Students at the junior and senior level select one theoretical course, four specialty courses and a capstone course according to their individual interests within the field.

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Undergraduate Catalog-- Psychology Course Descriptions

Courses used to satisfy CLE requirements or other Psychology department requirements may not also be used to satisfy this requirement. To graduate with a minor in psychology, the undergraduate student must complete 18 hours of psychology including Psyc 2004, 2094, and one 4000-level course (Psyc 2964 and 4964 may not be used toward the

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Undergraduate Catalog--Real Estate Program

Real Estate courses integrate the material students learn in disciplinary courses such as finance, law, and property management through practical experiences within the academic program. The integration occurs though a university-industry partnership where real estate professionals are actively involved in students’ education through guest

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Undergraduate Catalog-- ISE Course Descriptions

Undergraduate Course Descriptions (ISE) 2014: ENGINEERING ECONOMY. Concepts and techniques of analysis for evaluating the worth of products, systems, structures, and services in relation to their cost. Economic and cost concepts, calculating economic equivalence, comparison of alternatives, replacement economy, economic optimization in design

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