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APPH 3000. Survey of Medicine. 3 Credit Hours.

Content focuses on scientific, social, and cultural aspects of illness, how perceptions and behavior influence disease concept and fundamental aspects of medical diagnosis and treatment.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Thermal, Fluid, & Energy Systems

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-thermal-fluid-energy-systems-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - German

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-german-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in Biology - Business Option

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/biology-business-bs/

...PSYC 3000-level and higher courses; EXCEPT for the following: APPH 3300 , APPH 3901 - APPH...

Bachelor of Science in Economics

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/economics-bs/

The program of study provides a thorough grounding in science, the humanities, and mathematics as well as the tools of economic analysis and decision making. In addition, the curriculum provides ample opportunities for career-oriented studies in fields such as accounting, finance, management science, public policy, and international affairs. Life-enriching studies in history and literature are also available.

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - Chinese

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-chinese-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Nuclear Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-nuclear-engineering-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Automation and Robotic Systems

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-automation-robotic-systems-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Mechanics of Materials

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-mechanics-materials-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Manufacturing

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-manufacturing-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - Spanish

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-spanish-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in Chemistry - Pre-Health Option

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/chemistry-prehealth-option-bs/

...and Computing at the 3000 level or higher...pre-health preparation courses (APPH, BIOL, HTS, LMC...

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - General

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-general-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Minor in Biomedical Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/minor-biomedical-engineering/

The goal of the minor program is to educate students in how to apply engineering fundamentals to solve problems in biology and medicine. The program should be of particular interest to those students who plan to pursue advanced degrees in biomedical engineering and/or medicine. Program of Study The Biomedical Engineering minor must comprise at least 15 credit hours, of which at least 9 credit hours are upper-division coursework (numbered 3000 or above).

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - Russian

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-russian-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Language - Chinese

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/international-affairs-modern-languages-chinese-bs/

In partnership with the Sam Nunn School of International Affairs, the School of Modern Languages offers a joint Bachelor of Science in International Affairs and Modern Language (IAML) with separate concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. Students in this program take the same required core courses as for the Bachelor of Science in International Affairs, but also receive intensive foreign language training and learn the fundamentals of dealing with foreign cultures and societies. IAML students learn how to formulate the policy decisions that must be made in an increasingly multlingual and multicultural global forum. Our graduates are prepared for advanced graduate and professional study and are ready for employment in a large arena of globally oriented businesses, government agencies, as well as social service and not-for-profit organizations.

Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/computer-engineering-bs/

...from the following list: APPH 3751 , BIOL 1510...course must have a 3000- or 4000-level...

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - Japanese

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-japanese-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Minor in Health and Medical Sciences

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/minor-health-and-medical-sciences/

...classes with School designators--APPH, BIOL, CHEM, PHYS...hours of courses numbered 3000 or above, courses...

Bachelor of Science in Biology - General

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/biology-general-bs/

...PSYC 3000-level and higher courses; EXCEPT for the following: APPH 3300 , APPH 3901 - APPH...

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering - Micro- and Nanoengineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/mechanical-engineering-micro-nano-engineering-bs/

The undergraduate curriculum in mechanical engineering (ME) is very broad and flexible. The curriculum comprises a ME core of fundamental concepts, plus a design/professional-practice stem, plus 15 credit hours of free electives. The program prepares students to be problem solvers and to contribute to a wide range of industries and businesses, or to go on for further study in graduate school. There is a strong emphasis in the ME program on design, creativity, and hands-on learning. Due to the wide range of career choices open to MEs, the program incorporates courses in electronics, materials science, computer programming, and manufacturing. The large number of free elective hours allows students to pursue minors and certificates throughout the Institute, or to specialize in areas within ME. The flexibility also helps students to pursue a variety of special programs including co-op, internships, study abroad, and undergraduate research. Program Educational Objectives The faculty of the Woodruff School strives to continuously improve our undergraduate programs in mechanical engineering. The educational objectives reflect the needs, and have been reviewed by, among others, the Advisory Board of the Woodruff School, the faculty, and the students. Our graduates will be recognized leaders in ME-related fields or other career paths, including industry, academe, government, and non-governmental organizations. Our graduates will be global collaborators, leading and participating in culturally diverse teams, who fearlessly discover and apply new knowledge and engineering practices that have a world-wide impact. Our graduates will be adaptive learners who continue to grow professionally by obtaining professional registration or certification, or by earning post-graduate degrees. Our graduates will be entrepreneurially minded innovators who have a positive economic and social impact on their communities, the nation, and society as a whole.

Bachelor of Science in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies - French

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/applied-language-intercultural-studies-french-bs/

The School of Modern Languages offers a Bachelor of Science degree in Applied Languages and Intercultural Studies, with separate language concentrations in Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Russian, and Spanish. The ALIS degree program delivers foreign language study in the many contexts in which other languages are spoken (including social and technical communication, cultural perspectives, industry, arts and literature, media and science) that will provide students with the competitive edge needed to meet 21st century language requirements of the global marketplace. Since this degree couples language and cultural development with studies in another discipline at Georgia Tech, graduates are expected to join the workforce in many different camps: international trade, management, operations and logistics, journalism, advertising and publicity, local and national government, not-for-profit entities, medicine, media, virtual world development, website design, among others. Students in this program take 33 credit hours of advanced language study in the areas of Societies and Cultures, Industry and Technology, Arts and Media, and Advanced Language Acquisition. In addition, students must complete a 15 credit hour concentration in an approved cluster or minor program. A total of 12 credit hours in the language or cluster areas must be completed abroad.

Bachelor of Science in Nuclear and Radiological Engineering

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/nuclear-radiological-bs/

...Any 3000-level or higher course from the College of Computing, Engineering, or Sciences. APPH...

Bachelor of Science in Economics and International Affairs

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/programs/economics-international-affairs-bs/

The primary objectives of the Bachelor of Science degree in Economics and International Affairs are to provide students with:

Undergraduate Study in Biological Sciences

http://www.catalog.gatech.edu/colleges/cos/biology/ugrad/

...Physiology: APPH 1040 or APPH 1050 . APPH 1040...credit hours at the 3000+ level. Courses required...