Oct 22, 2019  
Graduate Catalog 2015-2016 
    
Graduate Catalog 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Section IX: Course Descriptions


Numbering System Each course in the curriculum is defined by an alphabetical prefix and a 3-digit number. The 3-digit number indicates the level of study: 500-, 600-, and 700-level courses are graduate courses.

Alphabetical Prefixes The following prefixes are used, preceding the 3-digit number, to designate the field of study. They are listed here alphabetically, with the field and department or program to which they pertain. Specific departments and programs appear alphabetically in the table of contents and the index.
 

 

Education: Dance Education

   •  DANED 76602 - Student Teaching
   •  DANED 76605 - Student Teaching

Education: Doctoral

   •  EDF 80200 - Quantitative Methods and Measurement
   •  EDF 80400 - Analysis of Major Issues in Contemporary Education Reform
   •  EDF 81000 - Mind, Brain, and Education
   •  EDF 83000 - Dissertation Proposal Seminar
   •  EDF 83100 - Dissertation Advisement I
   •  EDUC 80100 - Research on Curriculum and Teaching of English Language Learners
   •  EDUC 80300 - Research on Effective Practice and Curriculum in Math
   •  EDUC 80400 - Research on Effective Practice and Curriculum in Arts and Humanities
   •  EDUC 80600 - Effective Professional Development of Teachers
   •  EDUC 80700 - Professional Communications for Educational Settings
   •  EDUC 80800 - Action Research
   •  EDUC 80900 - Case Studies in Education: Institutions, Schools, Programs, Classrooms, and Individuals.
   •  SPED 80000 - Introduction to Doctoral Studies: Theory and Research in Curriculum and Teaching
   •  SPED 80100 - Research on Effective Practice and Curriculum for Students with Disabilities

Education: Early Childhood

   •  ECC 70300 - Early Childhood Curriculum: Birth through Grade 2
   •  ECC 70400 - Language and Literacy: Birth through Grade 2
   •  ECC 70500 - Language and Literacy: Birth through Kindergarten
   •  ECC 70600 - Language and Literacy: K through Grade 2
   •  ECC 70700 - Language and Literacy: English Language Learners
   •  ECC 70800 - Children with Special Needs: Birth through Grade 2
   •  ECC 70900 - Mathematical and Scientific Thinking in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71000 - Early Childhood Mathematics: Birth through Grade 2
   •  ECC 71100 - Science in Early Childhood Education: Birth through Grade 2
   •  ECC 71200 - Pre-Student Teaching Field Placements in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71300 - The Expressive Arts in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71400 - Health, Safety and Nutrition in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71500 - Educational Technology in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71600 - Student Teaching in Early Childhood Settings
   •  ECC 71650 - Student Teaching in Early Childhood Bilingual Settings
   •  ECC 71700 - Supervised Practicum in Early Childhood
   •  ECC 71750 - Supervised Practicum in Early Childhood Bilingual Setting
   •  ECC 71800 - Early Childhood Student Teaching
   •  ECC 71850 - Early Childhood Bilingual Student Teaching
   •  ECC 71951 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECC 71952 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECC 71953 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECC 72000 - Integrative Seminar in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECC 80100 - Research and Practice in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECF 70000 - Child Development: Birth to Age Eight
   •  ECF 70100 - Social and Historical Contexts of Early Childhood Education
   •  ECF 70200 - Assessment in Early Childhood Education: Birth through Grade 2

Early Childhood Special Education

   •  SPEDE 76500 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 76700 - Field Experiences in Early Childhood Special Education with an Annotation in Severe Disabilities
   •  SPEDE 76800 - Fostering Development in Young Children with Diverse Abilities: Historical, Political, and Inclusive Perspectives
   •  SPEDE 76900 - Evaluation, Assessment, and Program Planning for Infants and Young Children with Special Needs
   •  SPEDE 77000 - Individualized Planning, Implementation and Progress Monitoring in Early Childhood (Birth through PreK) Environments and Curricula
   •  SPEDE 77100 - Autism Spectrum Disorder: Characteristics and Implications for Intervention
   •  SPEDE 77200 - Positive Behavior Support (PBS) and Its Application to Young Children with Special Needs
   •  SPEDE 77300 - Families, Parenting, and Family-Professional Partnerships: Theories, Research, and Practices
   •  SPEDE 77400 - Adaptations for IndividualLearners Across the K-2 Curriculum
   •  SPEDE 77500 - Mathematics for Students with Special Education Needs, Grades K–2
   •  SPEDE 77600 - Field Experiences in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77651 - Field Experiences in Early Childhood and/or Childhood Special Education with an Annotation in Severe Disabilities: Autism
   •  SPEDE 77750 - Student Teaching: Early Childhood Special Education with Annotation in Severe Disabilities
   •  SPEDE 77800 - Student Teaching in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77810 - Initial Student Teaching in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77820 - Final Student Teaching in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77850 - Student Teaching in Early Childhood Special Education with an Annotation in Severe Multiple Disabilities
   •  SPEDE 77900 - Practicum in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77910 - Initial Practicum in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77920 - Final Practicum in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPEDE 77950 - Practicum in Early Childhood Special Education with an Annotation in Severe Disabilities
   •  SPEDE 78000 - Language Teaching Approaches and Strategies for Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
   •  SPEDE 78100 - Incidental Teaching and Other Naturalistic Behavioral Strategies
   •  SPEDE 78200 - Higher Functioning Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
   •  SPEDE 78300 - Inclusion of Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders
   •  SPEDE 79900 - Field Experiences in Childhood Special Education

Education: Counseling

   •  COCO 70000 - Life Stage Development
   •  COCO 70100 - Counseling Skills and Interviewing Techniques
   •  COCO 70200 - Theories of Counseling
   •  COCO 70300 - Psychosocial, Cultural, and Political Aspects of Disability: Rehabilitation and Special Education
   •  COCO 70500 - Vocational Assessment and Placement
   •  COCO 70600 - Group Counseling
   •  COCO 70700 - Multicultural Aspects of Counseling
   •  COCO 70800 - Measurement and Appraisal
   •  COCO 70900 - Research Methods in Counseling
   •  COCO 71000 - Chemical Dependency: Issues in Counseling
   •  COCO 71100 - Supervision and Administration in Counseling
   •  COCO 71200 - Career Counseling, Assessment and Placement
   •  COCO 71500 - Family Systems and Counseling Issues
   •  COCO 71800 - Practicum in Counseling
   •  COCO 71900 - Individual Supervision
   •  COCO 72300 - Transition from School to Adult Living for Youth with Disabilities
   •  COCO 72500 - Internship in Counseling I
   •  COCO 72600 - Internship in Counseling II
   •  COCO 72700 - Special Topics in Counseling
   •  COCO 72800 - Special Topics in Counseling
   •  COCO 73500 - Seminar in Chemical Dependency
   •  COCO 74100 - Independent Study
   •  COCO 74200 - Independent Study
   •  COCO 74300 - Independent Study
   •  COUNM 71600 - Foundations of Mental Health Counseling
   •  COUNM 71700 - Psychopathology: Diagnosis and Treatment
   •  COUNM 72000 - Mental Health Counseling: Program Development and Evaluation
   •  COUNS 71700 - Foundations of School Counseling
   •  COUNS 72100 - Counseling Interventions for Children and Adolescents
   •  COUNS 72200 - School Based Consultation

Education: Counseling/Rehabilitation

   •  COUNR 71600 - Resources and Foundations of Rehabilitation
 

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