May 23, 2018  
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog 
    
2017-2018 Undergrad Catalog

Academic Courses


 

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJ 430 - Government Budgeting and Finance
   •  CRJ 435 - Strategic Planning: Homeland Security & Emergency Preparedness
   •  CRJ 450 - Ethics in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 460 - Readings and Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJ 475 - Constitutional Law
   •  CRJ 490 - Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

Early Childhood Education

   •  EDC 201 - Early Childhood Discipline: Growth and Development
   •  EDC 214 - Best Practices in the Early Childhood Setting/Field Experience I
   •  EDC 215 - Best Practices in the Early Childhood Setting
   •  EDC 225 - Play and Early Learning
   •  EDC 315 - Best Practices for the Early Childhood Setting/Field Experience II
   •  EDC 323 - Language and Literacy
   •  EDC 338 - Teaching Mathematics in Early Childhood
   •  EDC 350 - The Young Child: Curriculum
   •  EDC 356 - The Child's Place in Society: Families, Schools, and Communities
   •  EDC 387 - Planning and Utilizing Assessment in Early Childhood
   •  EDC 422 - Scientific Inquiry and Young Children
   •  EDC 438 - Guidance Techniques in Early Childhood

Economics

   •  ECO 200 - Economic Concepts
   •  ECO 211 - Principles of Microeconomics
   •  ECO 212 - Principles of Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 301 - Money and Banking
   •  ECO 310 - International Economics
   •  ECO 315 - Mathematics for Economics and Finance
   •  ECO 325 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECO 340 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECO 350 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECO 410 - Business Regression Analysis
   •  ECO 492 - Current Topics in Economics

Education

   •  EDU 101 - Teacher Cadet
   •  EDU 110 - Essentials of Teacher Candidacy
   •  EDU 111 - Foundations of Education
   •  EDU 206 - The Nature of the Exceptional Child
   •  EDU 210 - Classroom Management
   •  EDU 211 - Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 216 - Best Practices for the Elementary Classroom/Field Experience I
   •  EDU 217 - Best Practices for the Secondary Classroom/Field Experience I
   •  EDU 220 - Technology for the 21st Century Classroom
   •  EDU 260 - Health and Physical Education for the Classroom Teacher
   •  EDU 275 - Teaching Fellows
   •  EDU 316 - Best Practices for the Elementary Classroom/Field Experience II
   •  EDU 317 - Best Practices for the Secondary Classroom/Field Experience II
   •  EDU 321 - Teaching Language Arts
   •  EDU 322 - Literature for Children
   •  EDU 324 - Literature for Young Adults
   •  EDU 330 - Visual and Performing Arts for the Classroom Teacher
   •  EDU 335 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Social Studies
   •  EDU 336 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Elementary Mathematics
   •  EDU 345 - Literacy Development for All Students
   •  EDU 346 - Literacy Development: Assessment Guides Instruction
   •  EDU 347 - Literacy Development: Informed Instructional Decisions
   •  EDU 360 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Social Studies
   •  EDU 362 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics
   •  EDU 362 - Methods of Teaching Secondary Mathematics
   •  EDU 364 - Methods of Teaching Secondary English
   •  EDU 370 - Literacy Development for All Secondary Students
   •  EDU 395 - Music Education Seminar/Pre-Clinical Field Experience
   •  EDU 421 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Science
   •  EDU 440 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Beginning Reading: Learning to Read
   •  EDU 442 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Intermediate Reading: Reading to Learn
   •  EDU 443 - Pre-Clinical Field Experience
   •  EDU 445 - Literacy Development Across the Curriculum and Across Grade Levels
   •  EDU 452 - Content Reading in Secondary School
   •  EDU 470 - Literacy Development Across the Curriculum and Across Secondary Grade Levels
   •  EDU 490 - Clinical Experience
   •  EDU 491 - Clinical Experience II

Emergency Services Management

   •  ESM 310 - All Hazards Primer
   •  ESM 315 - Principles of Emergency Services Management
   •  ESM 335 - Safety Management
   •  ESM 342 - Social Dimensions of a Disaster
   •  ESM 360 - Emergency Management Planning and Technical Writing
   •  ESM 375 - Crisis Communications and Leadership in Crisis
   •  ESM 410 - Integrated Response to Disaster
   •  ESM 415 - Disaster Management
   •  ESM 423 - Information and Intelligence Fusions Operations
   •  ESM 430 - Government Budgeting and Finance
   •  ESM 442 - Public Administration in Emergency Services Management
   •  ESM 451 - Emergency Services Technology
   •  ESM 490 - Senior Seminar
   •  ESM 491 - Senior Seminar in Whole Community Emergency Management
   •  ESM 492 - Senior Seminar in Homeland Security
   •  ESM 495 - Internship

Engineering

   •  EG 101 - Introduction to Engineering Concepts

English

   •  ENG CW DIR ELEC - English Creative Writing Directed Elective
   •  ENG LIT DIR ELEC - English Literature Directed Elective
   •  ENG 097 - English as a Second Language 1
   •  ENG 098 - English as a Second Language 2
   •  ENG 101 - Composition and Communication I
   •  ENG 102 - Composition and Communication II
   •  ENG 120 - Composition Foundations Lab
   •  ENG 215 - Ethnic Literature: Special Topics
   •  ENG 216 - British Literature: Foundations
   •  ENG 217 - American Literature: Foundations
   •  ENG 218 - Survey of World Literature
   •  ENG 219 - Creative Inquiry Through Literature
   •  ENG 220 - Intro to Creative Writing
   •  ENG 225 - Introduction to Literary Studies
   •  ENG 235 - Advanced Grammar
   •  ENG 250 - Writing Center Practicum
   •  ENG 301 - Business Communications
 

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