Jun 20, 2019  
2018-2019 University Catalog 
    
2018-2019 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


Prefix and Course Index 

 

Spanish

Courses are designated SPAN in the class schedule.

   •  SPAN 575 - Graduate Seminar: Spanish Drama (3)
   •  SPAN 576T - Graduate Seminar: Hispanic Topics (3)
   •  SPAN 598 - Thesis (3-6)
   •  SPAN 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Special Education

Courses are designated as SPED in the class schedule.

   •  SPED 110 - The Teaching Experience: Exploration (3)
   •  SPED 322 - Introduction to Positive Behavior Support (3)
   •  SPED 371 - Exceptional Individual (3)
   •  SPED 400 - Early Childhood Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 401 - Introduction to Autism (3)
   •  SPED 421 - Working with Families of Individuals with Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 425 - Language and Culture for Special Populations: Foundations of Culture and Language and the IEP (3)
   •  SPED 428 - Inclusive Education (3)
   •  SPED 429 - Introduction to Collaboration/Consultation (3)
   •  SPED 432 - SPED Curriculum and Instruction in the General Ed Classroom - Math and Science (3)
   •  SPED 433 - Reading and Language Arts Instruction (3-4)
   •  SPED 436 - Literacy for Early Childhood Special Education Specialists (3)
   •  SPED 453B - Teaching Performance Assessment Support: Assessing Learning and Culminating Teaching Experience (1)
   •  SPED 462 - Practices and Procedures in Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 463 - Characteristics of Individuals with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 464 - Characteristics of Individuals with Moderate/Severe Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 482A - Curriculum and Methods for Individuals with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 482B - Curriculum and Methods for Individuals with Moderate/Severe Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 482C - Curriculum, Methods and Intervention in Early Childhood Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 488 - Directed Teaching for Special Educators in the K-8 General Education Classroom (6)
   •  SPED 489A - Directed Teaching in Special Education (A) (6)
   •  SPED 489B - Directed Teaching in Special Education (B) (6)
   •  SPED 489C - Directed Teaching in Special Education: Infants and Toddlers (6)
   •  SPED 489D - Directed Teaching in Special Education: Preschool (6)
   •  SPED 490 - Field Studies: Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 496 - Senior Educational Practicum (3)
   •  SPED 499 - Independent Study (3)
   •  SPED 501 - Introduction to Graduate Studies (1)
   •  SPED 502 - Teaching Students with Autism (3)
   •  SPED 504 - Advanced Proficiency in Educational Technologies (3)
   •  SPED 510 - Research Methods and Statistics (3)
   •  SPED 514 - Infant Assessment and Intervention (3)
   •  SPED 515 - Preschool Assessment and Intervention (3)
   •  SPED 520 - Assessment in Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 522 - Positive Behavior Support (3)
   •  SPED 529 - Collaborative and Consultative Seminar (3)
   •  SPED 531 - Seminar: Individuals with Moderate/Severe Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 532 - Seminar: Individuals with Mild/Moderate Disabilities (3)
   •  SPED 533 - Seminar: Issues and Trends in Collaborative/Consultative Services (3)
   •  SPED 535 - Seminar in Special Education: Early Intervention (3)
   •  SPED 551 - Bilingual/Multicultural Special Education: Assessment, Curriculum and Instruction (3)
   •  SPED 584 - Transition, Vocation and Careers Over the Lifespan (3)
   •  SPED 586 - Issues and Trends in Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 595 - Culminating Seminar in Special Education (3)
   •  SPED 597 - Project (3)
   •  SPED 598 - Thesis (3)
   •  SPED 599 - Independent Graduate Research (3)

Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages

Courses are designated as TESL in the class schedule

   •  TESL 98 - Developmental ESL Writing (3)
   •  TESL 99 - Developmental Writing (3)
   •  TESL 300 - Foundations of English Learner Education (3)
   •  TESL 301 - Advanced Writing for Nonnative English Speakers (3)
   •  TESL 315 - English Grammar for ESOL Teachers (3)
   •  TESL 407 - Principles of ESOL Instruction (3)
   •  TESL 408 - Principles of ESOL Assessment (3)
   •  TESL 445 - Cultural Foundations for ESOL Teachers (3)
   •  TESL 450 - Practice Teaching and Professional Development for ESOL Teachers (3)
   •  TESL 499 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  TESL 500 - Fundamentals in TESOL (3)
   •  TESL 509 - Advanced Principles of TESOL: Listening/Speaking Focus (3)
   •  TESL 510 - Advanced Principles of TESOL: Reading/Writing Focus (3)
   •  TESL 511 - Teaching English Abroad (3)
   •  TESL 515 - Pedagogical Grammar in TESOL (3)
   •  TESL 520 - Teaching Pronunciation and Oral Discourse in TESOL (3)
   •  TESL 525 - Teaching Vocabulary in the ESL/EFL Classroom (3)
   •  TESL 527 - Second Language Acquisition (3)
   •  TESL 530 - Research Methods for TESOL and Applied Linguistics (3)
   •  TESL 532 - Technology in Second Language Learning (3)
   •  TESL 540 - Teaching Adult ESL/EFL: Issues and Options (3)
   •  TESL 545 - Teaching Culture in the Language Classroom (3)
   •  TESL 560 - Second Language Assessment (3)
   •  TESL 595 - Curriculum and Program Design for TESOL (3)
   •  TESL 596 - TESOL Practicum (3)
   •  TESL 599 - Independent Graduate Research (1-3)

Theatre

Courses are designated as THTR in the class schedule.

   •  THTR 100 - Introduction to the Theatre (3)
   •  THTR 110 - Oral Communication of Literature (3)
   •  THTR 140 - Essential Elements of Acting (2)
   •  THTR 141A - Voice/Movement: Breath and Awareness (2)
   •  THTR 141B - Voice/Movement: Text and Narrative (2)
   •  THTR 160 - Acting for Non-Majors (3)
   •  THTR 181 - Basic Music Reading and Sight-Singing (1)
   •  THTR 193 - Voice Instruction (1)
   •  THTR 200 - Script Analysis (3)
   •  THTR 236A - Fundamentals of Musical Theatre Performance (2)
   •  THTR 236B - Fundamentals of Musical Theatre Performance (2)
   •  THTR 240A - Beginning Scene Study and Rehearsal Techniques (3)
   •  THTR 240B - Scene Study and Developing the Role (3)
   •  THTR 241A - Voice/Movement: Devised Theatre (3)
   •  THTR 241B - Voice/Movement: Character Transformation (3)
   •  THTR 276 - Introduction to Stagecraft (3)
   •  THTR 277 - Introduction to Costume Design (3)
   •  THTR 285 - Theatrical Makeup (3)
   •  THTR 288 - Introduction to Scene Design (3)
   •  THTR 293 - Voice Instruction (1)
   •  THTR 300 - Theatre and Cultural Diversity (3)
   •  THTR 310 - Oral Interpretation of Shakespeare (3)
   •  THTR 311 - Oral Interpretation of Children’s Literature (3)
 

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