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PHY 630. EARTH AND SPACE SCIENCES FOR SECONDARY SCHOOLS. Stresses methods of scientific reasoning rather than results, an appreciation of limitation, as well as the extraordinary power of the scientific method. Selected topics from both geology and astronomy. Prerequisites: Two semesters of general physics. 3

PHY 632. APPLICATIONS OF NUCLEAR AND ATOMIC PHYSICS. Progress of modern theoretical physics interlinked with a long chain of experiments. Recent studies and research in the areas of power, health, and medicine. Prerequisites: two semesters of general physics. 3

DIVISION OF SOCIAL SCIENCES Anthropology ANT 570. CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY. 3 Community Development

COD 574. APPLIED RURAL SOCIOLOGY. 3

COD 575. SOCIOLOGY OF COMMUNITY. This course will address the major theories of community structures and interactions. 3

COD 600. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. This seminar approaches community development from a multi-disciplinary perspective, examining intervention strate- gies. Needs assessment, self-help, technical assistance, participation, cooperation and conflict for change may be some of the strategies addressed. 3

COD 620. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND POLITICAL DYNAMICS. The focus of the course is to develop an understanding of the role and function of local, regional, state, and national government in the community development process. 3

COD 624. LEADERSHIP DEVELOPMENT. Approaches leadership development from a multi-disciplinary perspective and focuses on theory and practical con- cepts derived from the symbolic interactionism approach to understanding and changing human behavior. 3

COD 625. INTERNATIONAL TRENDS IN COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT. An examination of efforts by international agencies to develop the social and eco- nomic infrastructure of impoverished regions. 3

COD 630. FINANCING COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS. An exami- nation of ways in which community development efforts are funded. 3

COD 635. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PLANNING, IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION. This course will address various techniques for planning community development projects and programs, goal and objective develop- ment, facilitating implementation, and community evaluation. Strategic, compre- hensive and participatory planning techniques will be discussed. 3

COD 670. THE SOCIOLOGY OF RURAL POVERTY. This course will focus on the political, economic, social, and historical forces that have facilitated the development and maintenance of rural poverty in the United States. 3

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