Jun 27, 2019  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Academic Courses


 
   •  CPL 399 - Credit for Prior Learning
   •  CS 120 - Introduction to Computing and Information Literacy
   •  CS 301 - Computer Science Fundamentals
   •  CS 315 - Introduction to Algorithms
   •  CS 385 - Practical Java Programming
   •  CS 425 - Directed Study
   •  CS 455 - Topics in Computer Science
   •  ECE 201 - Curriculum Development I: Infant and Toddler
   •  ECE 203 - Curriculum Development II: Early Childhood
   •  ECE 425 - Directed Study
   •  ED 102 - Issues and Influences in Education
   •  ED 108 - Human Development and Learning
   •  ED 110 - Teaching, Technology, Learning Environment
   •  ED 150* - Foundations of Secondary Education
   •  ED 260 - Psychology and Teaching of the Pre-Adolescent and Adolescent
   •  ED 285 - Fundamentals of Math I (K-3)
   •  ED 286 - Fundamentals of Math II (4-8)
   •  ED 290 - Fostering Literacy I: Emergent through Early (Pre-K-3)
   •  ED 291 - Fostering Literacy II: Critical Readers & Writers
   •  ED 322* - Methods of Teaching Specific Secondary Subjects
   •  ED 325 - Assessment Informed Instruction
   •  ED 330 - Technology in Educational Organizations
   •  ED 341* - Methods of Teaching Biology/Life Science in Secondary Grades
   •  ED 342* - Methods of Teaching English Language Arts in Secondary Grades
   •  ED 343* - Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Secondary Grades
   •  ED 345* - Methods of Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Grades
   •  ED 350* - Planning Learning Environments for Secondary School Teachers
   •  ED 360 - Integrated Methods I: Social Studies, Science, Math & Technology (K-3)
   •  ED 361 - Integrated Methods II: Social Studies, Science, Math & Technology (4-8)
   •  ED 370* - Instruction and Accountability I
   •  ED 371 - Instruction and Accountability II
   •  ED 400 - Advanced Assessment
   •  ED 405 - Organizational Leadership
   •  ED 406 - Family and Community Leadership
   •  ED 410 - Advocacy, Collaboration and the Law
   •  ED 420 - Student Teaching and Seminar
   •  ED 421 - Capstone in Education and Community Leadership
   •  ED 425 - Directed Study
   •  ENG 102 - Introduction to Writing
   •  ENG 113 - Effective Presentations
   •  ENG 115 - Expositions and Arguments
   •  ENG 120 - Composition in Context
   •  ENG 205 - Introduction to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 210 - Advanced Composition
   •  ENG 211 - Major British Writers to 1785
   •  ENG 223 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 230 - Introduction to Fiction
   •  ENG 235 - Introduction to Poetry
   •  ENG 240 - Introduction to Drama
   •  ENG 250 - Woman as Hero
   •  ENG 260 - The Literature of Self-Discovery
   •  ENG 278 - The American Dream
   •  ENG 341 - JYS: World Voices and Cultures
   •  ENG 342 - JYS: The Nonviolent Alternative
   •  ENG 355 - American Literature and its Roots
   •  ENG 356 - Romantics and Transcendentalists
   •  ENG 395 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 425 - Directed Study
   •  ENG 430 - English Language: Development and Issues
   •  ENG 443 - Shakespeare and Film
   •  ENG 466 - Modern and Contemporary World Poetry
   •  ENG 472 - Modern and Contemporary World Fiction
   •  ENG 495 - Internship/Project
   •  ESOL 100 - Tutorial
   •  FR 101 - Elementary French I
   •  FR 102 - Elementary French II
   •  FR 111 - Intermediate French I
   •  FR 112 - Intermediate French II
   •  GEO 210 - Global Geography and World Cultures
   •  GSP 101 - Human Dignity
   •  GSP 102 - Serving for Dignity
   •  GSP 201 - The Community
   •  GSP 202 - Serving the Community
   •  GSP 301 - Spirit, Mind, Matter, and Justice
   •  GSP 302 - A New World
   •  GSP 400 - Senior Thesis
   •  GST 495 - Global Studies Internship
   •  GST 496 - Global Studies Capstone
   •  HIS 101 - United States History I
   •  HIS 102 - United States History II
   •  HIS 170 - Migrants, Immigrants, Refugees: A Contemporary History
   •  HIS 203 - Interactions: the West in the World I
   •  HIS 204 - Interactions: the West in the World II
   •  HIS 225 - God and Caesar: Dictatorship and Religion in the Twentieth Century
   •  HIS 230 - Modern Middle East
   •  HIS 250 - The Historian’s Tools
   •  HIS 307 - United States Foreign Policy in the Twentieth Century
   •  HIS 315 - Modern China
   •  HIS 320 - Modern Russia
   •  HIS 341 - JYS: Global Transformation
   •  HIS 342 - JYS: Europe and the World
   •  HIS 350 - History and Politics of Modern Greece
   •  HIS 375 - Adolf Hitler and the Third Reich
   •  HIS 401 - Constitutional History of the U.S.
   •  HIS 425 - Directed Study
   •  HIS 436 - America’s Beginnings
   •  HIS 437 - The Atlantic World
   •  HIS 438 - The Civil War and Reconstruction
   •  HIS 464 - The New Globalism
   •  HIS 475 - The Senior Seminar
 

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