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Graduate Catalog 2005-2007

The catalog is available below as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. For your convenience, the catalog has been divided into sections so that you can easily download the information most relevant to your needs. 


Introduction

  • Information Directory – p. ii
  • Table of Contents – pp. iii-v
  • Calendar – pp. vi-vii
  • Statement of Student Responsibility – p. ix

Ball State University 

  • The University – pp. 1-2
  • The Graduate School – p. 3
  • General Information – pp. 4-7

Master's 

  • Types of Master's Degrees – pp. 8-9
  • Admission Procedures – pp. 9-15
  • Procedures for Earning a Master's Degree – pp. 15-25

Specialist in Education 

  • Specialist in Education Degrees – p. 26
  • Admission and Program Requirements – pp. 26-29
  • Checklist for Specialist Degrees – p. 30

Doctoral 

  • Doctoral Degrees – p. 31
  • Admission and Program Requirements – pp. 31-39
  • Checklist for Doctoral Degrees – pp. 39-40

Fees and Expenses 

  • Fees – pp. 41-42
  • Financial Assistance – pp. 43-44

Educational Services

  • Research Facilities – pp. 44-49
  • Student Services – pp. 49-52
  • Appendix – pp. 52-53

Interdepartmental Programs – pp. 54-55

College of Applied Sciences and Technology

  • Family and Consumer Sciences - pp. 56-63
  • Technology - 63-66
  • Nursing – pp. 66-70
  • Physical Education, Sport, and Exercise Science – pp. 70-79
  • Fisher Institute for Wellness and Gerontology – pp. 79-85

College of Architecture and Planning 

  • Architecture – pp. 87-93
  • Landscape Architecture – pp. 94-97
  • Urban Planning – pp. 98-105

Miller College of Business 

  • Master of Business Administration - 106-109
  • Accounting – pp. 109-111
  • Economics – pp. 112-113
  • Finance and Insurance – pp. 113-115
  • Information Systems and Operations Management – pp. 115-121
  • Marketing and Management – pp. 121-123

College of Communication, Information, and Media 

  • Interdepartmental Programs – p. 124
  • Communication Studies – pp. 124-127
  • Center for Information and Communication Sciences – pp. 127-132
  • Journalism – pp. 132-137
  • Telecommunications – pp. 139-140

College of Fine Arts 

  • Art – pp. 132-134
  • Music – pp. 134-145
  • Theatre and Dance – pp. 145-146

College of Sciences and Humanities 

Due to the large number of programs in this college, this section has been divided into two parts for easier downloading. Section A contains Interdepartmental Programs through History; Section B contains Mathematical Sciences through Speech Pathology and Audiology.

  • Interdepartmental Programs – pp. 157-160
  • Anthropology – pp. 160-164
  • Biology – pp. 165-172
  • Chemistry – pp. 172-176
  • Computer Science – pp. 176-180
  • Criminal Justice and Criminology – p. 181
  • English – pp. 181-192
  • Geography – pp. 193-196
  • Geology – pp. 197-200
  • History – pp. 200-207
  • Mathematical Sciences – pp. 208-216
  • Center for Medical Education – pp. 216-217
  • Modern Languages and Classics – pp. 218-221
  • Natural Resources and Environmental Management – pp. 221-226
  • Philosophy and Religious Studies – pp. 226-227
  • Physics and Astronomy – pp. 227-233
  • Physiology and Health Science – pp. 233-239
  • Political Science – pp. 240-246
  • Psychological Science – pp. 246-250
  • Social Work – pp. 250-251
  • Sociology – pp. 251-253
  • Speech Pathology and Audiology – pp. 253-260

Teacher's College 

  • Educational License Office – pp. 263-268
  • Counseling Psychology and Guidance Services – pp. 268-277
  • Educational Leadership – pp. 277-283
  • Educational Psychology – pp. 283-291
  • Educational Studies – pp. 291-309
  • Elementary Education – pp. 310-315
  • Special Education – pp. 316-323

Faculty and Administrative Personnel, Honorary Degree Conferment, and Catalog Index 

  • Faculty and Administrative Personnel – pp. 324-348
  • Conferment of Honorary Degrees – pp. 349-353
  • Index – pp. 354-359