Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
    Dec 11, 2018  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2019

Course Descriptions


Course Classification

Lower division courses are 1000 and 2000 level courses; upper division courses are 3000 and 4000 level courses. A course identified by two numbers and separated by a hyphen (i.e. 1010-1020) means that the first course, identified by the lower number, is a prerequisite for the second course, identified by the higher number. A slanted line between two course numbers (i.e. 3010/3020) means that the first course is not a prerequisite of the other. The number set within the parenthesis following the course title is the number of semester credits assigned to successful completion of the course (i.e.) (3). Interdisciplinary courses are identified by an “I” preceding the course number.

 

 

Criminology

   •  CRI 2210 - Violence in the Community
   •  CRI 2250 - Victims of Crime
   •  CRI 2310 - History of Crime and Punishment in the U.S.
   •  CRI 2400 - Reading/Understanding Research in Criminology
   •  CRI 2430 - American Criminal Justice System
   •  CRI 2440 - Law Enforcement & The Community
   •  CRI 2450 - The United States Court System
   •  CRI 3110 - Hate Crimes
   •  CRI 3130 - Comparative Criminology
   •  CRI 3150 - Juveniles and Crime
   •  CRI 3160 - Deviance & Crime
   •  CRI 3210 - Restorative Justice Violent Offense
   •  CRI 3230 - Restorative Justice & Juvenile Offenders
   •  CRI 3300 - Law and Society
   •  CRI 3310 - Conflict and Resolution
   •  CRI 3410 - Ethical Issues In Criminal Justice
   •  CRI 3520 - Issues in Race, Class, & Crime
   •  CRI 3550 - Women and Crime
   •  CRI 4110 - Mental Illness, Crime, & the CJS
   •  CRI 4150 - Peace Studies
   •  CRI 4280 - Mediation
   •  CRI 4300 - Criminological Theory
   •  CRI 4400 - Special Topics in Criminology
   •  CRI 4850/4860 - Criminology Internship
   •  CRI 4900 - Senior Seminar in Criminology
   •  CRI 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study

Earth Science

   •  ERS 1030 - Introductory Earth Science I
   •  ERS 1040 - Introductory Earth Science II

Economics

   •  ECO 1010 - Principles of Economics, Macro
   •  ECO 1020 - Principles of Economics, Micro
   •  ECO 4020 - Managerial Economics
   •  ECO 4070 - Social Economics
   •  ECO 4080 - U.S. in the World Economy

Education

   •  ED 2051 - Orientation to Teaching
   •  ED 2110 - Methods in Mathematics for Childhood Education
   •  ED 2120 - Literacy, Teaching, and Learning for Diverse Learners
   •  ED 2510 - Language Arts Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 2520 - Science and Technology Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 3120 - Social Studies Methods for Childhood Education
   •  ED 3201 - Literacy in the Content Areas for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3240 - Basics of Literary Instruction for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3302 - Introduction to Instruction and Assessment for Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3305 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Mathematics
   •  ED 3306 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 English
   •  ED 3307 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Science
   •  ED 3308 - Curriculum and Assessment in Grades 7-12 Social Studies
   •  ED 3405 - Mathematics Methods
   •  ED 3406 - English Methods
   •  ED 3407 - Science Methods
   •  ED 3408 - Social Studies Methods
   •  ED 3470 - Curriculum and Instruction for Early Adolescence Education
   •  ED 3480 - Practicum for Middle Childhood Education
   •  ED 3670 - Instruction for Early Childhood Students with and without Disabilities
   •  ED 3680 - Early Childhood Practicum with Students with and without Disabilities
   •  ED 4011 - Student Teaching in the Elementary School
   •  ED 4021 - Student Teaching in the Secondary School
   •  ED 4031 - Child Abuse Health and Safety Education Workshop
   •  ED 4240 - Integrative Fieldwork
   •  ED 4500 - Special Topics: Literacy
   •  ED 4650 - Response to Intervention and Collaboration
   •  ED 4970/4980/4990 - Independent Study
   •  PSY 3551 - IEP and Transition Planning

English

   •  ENG 1000 - Fundamentals of Writing
   •  ENG 1010 - College Writing
   •  ENG 1020 - Forms of Literature
   •  ENG 2010 - British Literature I
   •  ENG 2020 - British Literature II
   •  ENG 2040 - Foundations of Literary Studies
   •  ENG 2080 - American Literature I
   •  ENG 2090 - American Literature II
   •  ENG 2120 - World Masterpieces I
   •  ENG 2130 - World Masterpieces II
   •  ENG 2140 - Mythology
   •  ENG 2150 - Fairy Tales
   •  ENG 2160 - Contemporary Black Writers
   •  ENG 3010 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 3070 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 3130 - Tutoring Writing
   •  ENG 3170 - Homer
   •  ENG 3190 - Modern American Drama
   •  ENG 3200 - Modern American Fiction
   •  ENG 3210 - Dramatic Literature 1
   •  ENG 3220 - Dramatic Literature 2
   •  ENG 3230 - Images of Women in Fiction
   •  ENG 3240 - Women Writers
   •  ENG 3300 - Writing Workshop: Creative Non-Fiction
   •  ENG 3320 - Magazine Writing
   •  ENG 3330 - The Essay
   •  ENG 3370 - Writing for the Professional
   •  ENG 3410 - Writing Workshop: Fiction
   •  ENG 4000 - Theatre for School
   •  ENG 4010 - Reading Seminar in English
   •  ENG 4013 - Plays of Tennessee Williams
   •  ENG 4017 - Plays of Arthur Miller
   •  ENG 4020 - Reading Seminar in English
   •  ENG 4022 - Plays of Eugene O’Neill
   •  ENG 4028 - Writing Workshop: Poetry
   •  ENG 4070 - Contemporary Literature
   •  ENG 4080 - Modern British and American Poetry
   •  ENG 4090 - Literature for Young Adults
 

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