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   * Phys 8601. Plasma Physics I. (3 cr. Prereq–4621, 5012 or #)\\ \\ Theory of plasma waves and instabilities in plasmas, magnetohydrodynamics, nonlinear waves in plasmas, wave propagation in inhomogeneous plasmas.\\ \\    * Phys 8601. Plasma Physics I. (3 cr. Prereq–4621, 5012 or #)\\ \\ Theory of plasma waves and instabilities in plasmas, magnetohydrodynamics, nonlinear waves in plasmas, wave propagation in inhomogeneous plasmas.\\ \\ 
   * Phys 8602. Plasma Physics II. (3 cr. Prereq–8601 or #)\\ \\ Theory of plasma waves and instabilities, collisions, radiation, transport, nonlinear wave-particle and wave-wave interactions, instabilities in inhomogeneous plasmas.\\ \\    * Phys 8602. Plasma Physics II. (3 cr. Prereq–8601 or #)\\ \\ Theory of plasma waves and instabilities, collisions, radiation, transport, nonlinear wave-particle and wave-wave interactions, instabilities in inhomogeneous plasmas.\\ \\ 
-  * Phys 8611. Cosmic Ray and Space Physics. (3 cr. Prereq–5012 or #)\\ \\ Properties of energetic particles in heliosphere and in astrophysical environments; solar physics, including radiation and magnetic effects; solar wind and magnetospheric physics; physics of radiation belts.\\ \\ +  * Phys 8611. Cosmic Rays and Plasma Astrophysics. (3 cr. Prereq–5012 or #)\\ \\ Properties of energetic particles in heliosphere and in astrophysical environments; solar physics, including radiation and magnetic effects; solar wind and magnetospheric physics; physics of radiation belts.\\ \\ 
   * Phys 8650. Advanced Topics in Space and Plasma Physics. (3 cr [max 9 cr]. Prereq–8602 or 8611 or #)\\ \\ Topics in plasma waves and instabilities, solar physics, cosmic ray physics, atmospheric physics or planetary physics.\\ \\    * Phys 8650. Advanced Topics in Space and Plasma Physics. (3 cr [max 9 cr]. Prereq–8602 or 8611 or #)\\ \\ Topics in plasma waves and instabilities, solar physics, cosmic ray physics, atmospheric physics or planetary physics.\\ \\ 
   * Phys 8666. Doctoral Pre-Thesis Credits. (1-6 cr [max 24 cr]. Prereq–Max 6 cr per semester or summer; doctoral student who is doing PhD research but has not passed prelim oral); \\ You should not have to take this for more than one semester - you should take the oral soon if you are in this situation.  Also, when you consider taking this, most likely, you should be taking 8994 or 5994 (independent research) instead.\\    * Phys 8666. Doctoral Pre-Thesis Credits. (1-6 cr [max 24 cr]. Prereq–Max 6 cr per semester or summer; doctoral student who is doing PhD research but has not passed prelim oral); \\ You should not have to take this for more than one semester - you should take the oral soon if you are in this situation.  Also, when you consider taking this, most likely, you should be taking 8994 or 5994 (independent research) instead.\\ 
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   * GRAD 8101-Teaching in Higher Education. \\ This course is designed to help you become a stronger, more reflective college teacher. Co-teachers along with course participants will model a variety of active learning strategies (e.g. cooperative learning, collaborative learning, problem-posing, case study, interactive lecture, discussion, critical thinking, role-playing) and will facilitate discussions addressing educational theory and practice.  For [[http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/pff/courses/8101.html|more details]]   * GRAD 8101-Teaching in Higher Education. \\ This course is designed to help you become a stronger, more reflective college teacher. Co-teachers along with course participants will model a variety of active learning strategies (e.g. cooperative learning, collaborative learning, problem-posing, case study, interactive lecture, discussion, critical thinking, role-playing) and will facilitate discussions addressing educational theory and practice.  For [[http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/pff/courses/8101.html|more details]]
   * GRAD 8102-Practicum for Future Faculty.\\ This course is designed to give participants opportunities to apply the theories and methods learned in GRAD 8101, "Teaching in Higher Education" (or in a PFF-approved departmental pedagogy course), and to further enhance understandings of the faculty role in higher education.  For [[http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/pff/courses/8102.html|more details]]   * GRAD 8102-Practicum for Future Faculty.\\ This course is designed to give participants opportunities to apply the theories and methods learned in GRAD 8101, "Teaching in Higher Education" (or in a PFF-approved departmental pedagogy course), and to further enhance understandings of the faculty role in higher education.  For [[http://www1.umn.edu/ohr/teachlearn/pff/courses/8102.html|more details]]
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