2017-2018 Academic Catalog 
    
    Dec 15, 2019  
2017-2018 Academic Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering
0-999: Developmental precollege-level courses
1000-2999: Lower division courses intended for undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  1 for a first-year course, 2 for a second-year course
3000-4999: Upper division courses carrying undergraduate credit only.  The first digit indicates the general level of the course:  3 for a third-year course, 4 for a fourth-year course.
5000-5999: Courses that carry graduate credit only in a major field different from that of the department offering the course. 
6000-6999: Courses that carry graduate credit in any major field.  
7000-7999: Courses intended for graduate students only.
8000-9999: Courses intended for post-master or doctoral-level work.
Please note, when searching courses by “Code or Number”, an asterisk (*) can be used to return mass results.  For example, using “6*” will give all 6000 graduate-level courses.
 

Education

   •  ED 6575 - MA Internship Part II: Student Teaching CIS
   •  ED 6580 - Student Teaching: Multi-Age Visual Arts
   •  ED 6600 - Teaching in the American Educational System
   •  ED 6610 - Practicum in Teaching English as a Second Language
   •  ED 6630 - Adolescent And Young Adult: Integrated Social Studies: Curriculum And Materials I
   •  ED 6640 - Adolescent and Young Adult: Integrated Language Arts: Curriculum and Materials I
   •  ED 6650 - Adolescent and Young Adult: Integrated Mathematics: Curriculum and Materials I
   •  ED 6660 - Adolescent and Young Adult Integrated Science: Curriculum And Materials I
   •  ED 6670 - Multi-age: World Languages: Curriculum And Materials I
   •  ED 6675 - Multi-Age: Computer Information Science Curriculum and Methods I
   •  ED 6690 - Educational Psychology for Educators
   •  ED 6700 - Student Learning and Motivation
   •  ED 6710 - Graduate Field Experience
   •  ED 6730 - Adolescent and Young Adult: Integrated Social Studies: Curriculum and Materials II
   •  ED 6740 - Adolescent and Young Adult Integrated Language Arts: Curriculum and Materials II
   •  ED 6750 - Adolescent and Young Adult Integrated Mathematics: Curriculum and Materials II
   •  ED 6760 - Adolescent and Young Adult: Integrated Science: Curriculum and Materials II
   •  ED 6770 - Multi-age World Languages: Curriculum And Materials II
   •  ED 6775 - Multi-Age: Computer Information Science: Curriculum and Methods II
   •  ED 6800 - CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT AND ORGANIZATION
   •  ED 6810 - Student Teaching: Multi-Age Computer Information Science
   •  ED 6830 - Using Research To Improve Classroom Instruction
   •  ED 6840 - Measurement and Assessment in Education
   •  ED 6850 - Cultural and Communicative Competence for Educators
   •  ED 6890 - AYA/MA Capstone Research
   •  ED 6900 - Workshops in Education
   •  ED 6920 - PROFESSIONAL SEMINAR: AYA/MA
   •  ED 6930 - Content Seminar: AYA Integrated Social Studies
   •  ED 6940 - Content Seminar: AYA Integrated Language Arts
   •  ED 6950 - Content Seminar: AYA Integrated Mathematics
   •  ED 6960 - Content Seminar: AYA Integrated Science
   •  ED 6970 - Content Seminar: Multi Age World Language
   •  ED 6975 - Content Seminar: Multi-Age Computer Information Science
   •  ED 6980 - Content Seminar: Multi Age Visual Arts
   •  ED 6990 - AYA/MA Capstone Project
   •  ED 7020 - Principles, Practices and Learning in Grades 4 and 5
   •  ED 7030 - Reading and Language Arts Instruction in Social Studies for Grades 4 and 5
   •  ED 7050 - Effective Science Instruction for Grades 4 and 5
   •  ED 7060 - Theoretical Foundations in Literacy
   •  ED 7070 - Effective Mathematics Instruction for Grades 4, 5 and 6
   •  ED 7120 - Literature Instruction for Diverse Learners
   •  ED 7170 - Instruction in Word Study and Phonics
   •  ED 7220 - Teaching Writing K-12
   •  ED 7400 - Master of Science in Teaching (Earth Science) Project Development
   •  ED 7450 - Content Literacies K-12
   •  ED 7470 - Reading Recovery Training I
   •  ED 7480 - Reading Recovery Training Course II
   •  ED 7500 - Literacy Assessment and Evaluation
   •  ED 7560 - Diagnosis and Intervention for At-Risk Readers and Writers: Practicum I
   •  ED 7600 - Current Topics and Issues in Literacy
   •  ED 7610 - Curriculum and Instruction for Learning
   •  ED 7650 - Literacy Leadership & Learning: Practicum II
   •  ED 7800 - Literacy Research Framework
   •  ED 7810 - Literacy Research Seminar: Practicum III
   •  ED 7820 - Literacy Inquiry Project
   •  ED 7830 - Advanced Educational Psychology
   •  ED 7840 - Inquiry into Foundations of Education
   •  ED 7850 - Action Research for Advanced Studies
   •  ED 7860 - Assessment and Evaluation for Instruction
   •  ED 7870 - Curriculum and Instructional Design for Project Based Learning
   •  ED 7970 - Learning and Motivation Thesis
   •  ED 7990 - Advanced Studies Seminar I
   •  ED 8200 - Advanced Studies Seminar II: Capstone
   •  ED 8500 - Specific Studies in Learning
   •  ED 8800 - Theoretical Issues in Lifespan Development
   •  ED 8810 - Theor Persp Action Rsrch
   •  ED 8830 - Theoretical Views in Educational Psychology
   •  ED 9000 - Learning Thesis

Education - Early Childhood

   •  ECE 3000 - Developmentally Effective Philosophies and Approaches
   •  ECE 3100 - Reading Methods and Materials
   •  ECE 3150 - Literacy Methods: Reading
   •  ECE 3200 - Social Studies Methods in ECE
   •  ECE 3210 - ECE Field Experience I
   •  ECE 3230 - ECE Field Experience II
   •  ECE 3300 - Introduction to Child Development
   •  ECE 3400 - Classroom Management and Positive Child Guidance
   •  ECE 3500 - Families, Communities, and Schools
   •  ECE 3600 - Phonics and Word Study
   •  ECE 3650 - Phonics and Word Study in ECE
   •  ECE 3700 - Writing Methods and Materials
   •  ECE 3750 - Writing Methods in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 3800 - Language Development and the English Language Learner
   •  ECE 3900 - Teaching English Language Learners
   •  ECE 4000 - Curriculum Design and Integration
   •  ECE 4010 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Principles, Practices, and Learning
   •  ECE 4020 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Effective Language Arts and Social Studies Instruction
   •  ECE 4030 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Effective Science Instruction
   •  ECE 4040 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Effective Mathematics Instruction
   •  ECE 4100 - Science Methods in ECE
   •  ECE 4200 - Mathematics Methods in ECE
   •  ECE 4210 - ECE Internship Part I: Methods
   •  ECE 4300 - Differentiation and Collaboration to Engage Diverse Learners
   •  ECE 4400 - Assessment Methods in ECE
   •  ECE 4500 - Independent Study in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 4650 - Literacy Methods: Supporting Struggling Readers
   •  ECE 4700 - Content Seminar: ECE
   •  ECE 4800 - Early Childhood Education Professional Seminar
   •  ECE 4900 - ECE Internship Part II: Student Teaching
   •  ECE 5010 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Principles, Practices, and Learning
   •  ECE 5020 - ECE 4-5 Generalist Effective LA and Social Studies Instruction
 

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