Jun 22, 2018  
2016-2017 Academic Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Academic Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


Undergraduate Prerequisites Course Numbering
A “C-” or higher is required in all prerequisite courses 100-299 - Lower division undergraduate
  300-499 - Upper division undergraduate
  500-699 - Graduate
Search Tip 700-799 - Doctoral
Use the asterisk (*) key as a wild card.
Example: Select “Prefix” NURS and enter 6* in the “Code or Number” field to return all Nursing courses at the 600 level.

 

 
   •  EDUC 617 - Psychology of the Gifted
   •  EDUC 618 - Developmental Stages
   •  EDUC 619 - Educator as Action Researcher
   •  EDUC 620 - Gifted Education Programming, Development, and Evaluation
   •  EDUC 626 - Adolescent Developmental Issues
   •  EDUC 627 - Survey of Gifted and Talented Education
   •  EDUC 629 - Creativity, Problem Solving, and Critical Thinking
   •  EDUC 634 - Clinical Experience with Students Experiencing Reading Difficulties: Elementary
   •  EDUC 635 - Clinical Experience with Students Experiencing Reading Difficulties: Secondary
   •  EDUC 645 - Secondary School in Today's Society
   •  EDUC 646 - Secondary Teaching Strategies
   •  EDUC 647 - Secondary Internship I
   •  EDUC 648 - Secondary Internship II
   •  EDUC 649 - Secondary Practicum/Seminar
   •  EDUC 650 - Language Acquisition and Development
   •  EDUC 652 - Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities
   •  EDUC 653 - Literature and Literacy
   •  EDUC 654 - Collaborative Partnerships for Literacy
   •  EDUC 655 - Examination of Literacy Programs
   •  EDUC 656 - Behavioral Intervention for Diverse Struggling Readers and Counseling Techniques for their Care Givers
   •  EDUC 657 - Analysis of Reading Data, Instructional Coaching, and Partnerships with Reading Teachers
   •  EDUC 659 - Psychological-Educational Testing
   •  EDUC 660 - Early Childhood Curriculum
   •  EDUC 661 - Early Childhood Assessment
   •  EDUC 662 - Integrated Curriculum
   •  EDUC 663 - Early Childhood Internship
   •  EDUC 664 - Issues in Early Childhood
   •  EDUC 666 - Early Childhood Intervention
   •  EDUC 667 - Early Childhood Special Education Process
   •  EDUC 668 - Behavior Management
   •  EDUC 669 - Communication Disorders
   •  EDUC 674 - Global Awareness Seminar
   •  EDUC 675 - Civic Literacy Seminar
   •  EDUC 676 - Cross-Cultural Practicum
   •  EDUC 677 - Global Awareness and Civic Literacy Research Seminar
   •  EDUC 690 - Practicum in Gifted Education
   •  EDUC 692 - Practicum in Gifted Education
   •  EDUC 695 - Applied Research
   •  EDUC 696 - Independent Study
   •  EDUC 697 - Special Studies
   •  EDUC 699 - Capstone Experience
   •  ENGL 101 - Writing I: The Writing Process
   •  ENGL 104 - Writing II: Research and Argumentative Essays
   •  ENGL 108 - Minority Voices in American Literature
   •  ENGL 109 - Survey of American Literature
   •  ENGL 110 - The American Novel
   •  ENGL 114 - Fairy Tale in Literature And Film
   •  ENGL 118 - Literary Forms: Fable to Film
   •  ENGL 119 - Survey of Women's Lit
   •  ENGL 122 - American Realism and Modernism
   •  ENGL 126 - Latin American Magical Realism
   •  ENGL 127 - Early American Voices
   •  ENGL 128 - Science Fiction
   •  ENGL 129 - Writing Fiction
   •  ENGL 150 - Write Short: Fiction, Nonfiction and Poetry
   •  ENGL 204H - The Art of Persuasive Writing
   •  ENGL 205 - Writing About Literature
   •  ENGL 207 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 211 - Rites Of Passage in American Lit
   •  ENGL 212 - Monsters in Film and Literature
   •  ENGL 212H - Monsters in Film and Literature
   •  ENGL 213 - Themes in American Literature
   •  ENGL 213H - War and Peace in Literature and Film
   •  ENGL 214H - Conspiracy in Literature/Film
   •  ENGL 215 - Contemporary American Fiction/Non-Fiction
   •  ENGL 215H - Tolkien: Medieval and Modern
   •  ENGL 216H - HISTORY OF RELIGIOUS FREEDOM
   •  ENGL 220H - SECRET DOORS/GOTHIC HORROR
   •  ENGL 221 - Shakespeare and his World
   •  ENGL 221H - Shakespeare and his World
   •  ENGL 222H - The Mystery of Language
   •  ENGL 223 - New Voices, New Forms in American Literature
   •  ENGL 229H - WONDER WOMEN: FEMINIST SCIENCE FICTION
   •  ENGL 255 - Modern Fantasy Literature
   •  ENGL 257 - World Literature I: The Dawn of Story
   •  ENGL 258 - World Literature II: The Modern Mind
   •  ENGL 261 - WRITING FOR STAGE AND SCREEN
   •  ENGL 261H - WRITING FOR STAGE AND SCREEN
   •  ENGL 296 - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 297 - Special Studies
   •  ENGL 303 - Reading/Writing Poetry
   •  ENGL 304 - Grammar, Glamour and Stylistic Choices
   •  ENGL 305 - Writing About Literature
   •  ENGL 306 - Advanced Writing Workshop
   •  ENGL 307 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 308 - Minority Voices in American Literature
   •  ENGL 309 - Survey of American Literature
   •  ENGL 310 - The American Novel
   •  ENGL 311 - Rites Of Passage in American Lit
   •  ENGL 312 - History of Literary Criticism
   •  ENGL 313 - Themes in American Literature
   •  ENGL 314 - Fairy Tale in Literature And Film
   •  ENGL 315 - Contemporary American Fiction/Non-Fiction
   •  ENGL 316 - Grendel to Gutenberg: English Literature I
   •  ENGL 317 - Gulliver To Google: English Literature II
   •  ENGL 318 - Literary Forms: Fable to Film
   •  ENGL 319 - Survey of Women's Lit
   •  ENGL 321 - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 322 - American Realism and Modernism
   •  ENGL 323 - New Voices, New Forms in American Literature
 

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