Aug 22, 2018  
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2017-2019 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course descriptions are organized in alphabetical order by subject. Information on courses can be found under appropriate headings in the below sequence.

Dual-Level (400) Courses

Some courses numbered 400 to 499 are open to graduate students and undergraduate students who meet course or program prerequisites. Credits will apply at either the undergraduate or graduate level but not at both. Each student should consult his/her advisor, program director, and/or dean concerning the policy and the appropriateness of the course prior to enrolling in any 400-level courses.

 

Economics

   •  ECO 310 - Public Finance Credits: 3
   •  ECO 317 - Health Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 321 - International Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 333 - Research and Analysis in Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 340 - Introduction to Regional Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 345 - The Economics of Growth and Development Credits: 3
   •  ECO 355 - Environmental Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 360 - Industrial Organization Credits: 3
   •  ECO 377 - Sports Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 391 - Internship in Economics I Credits: 3
   •  ECO 392 - Internship in Economics II Credits: 3
   •  ECO 393 - Selected Topics in Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 394 - Selected Topics in Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 395 - Selected Topics in Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 396 - Selected Topics in Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 399 - Independent Study in Economics Credits: 1-3
   •  ECO 484 - Mathematical Economics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 485 - Econometrics Credits: 3
   •  ECO 490 - Selected Topics in Economics Credits: 3

Early Childhood Special Education

   •  ECS 415 - Professional Practicum: Pre K-4/Dual Credits: 3
   •  ECS 489 - Student Teaching and Professional Practicum Credits: 12

Education Foundation

   •  EDU 290 - Introduction to English/Language Arts Education Credits: 3
   •  EDU 371 - Technology in the Mathematics Classroom Credits: 3
   •  EDU 393 - Selected Topics in Educational Foundations Credits: 1-3
   •  EDU 399 - Independent Study in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 410 - Environmental Education Practicum Credits: 3
   •  EDU 412 - Teaching Social Studies in Secondary Schools I Credits: 3
   •  EDU 413 - Teaching of Social Studies II Credits: 3
   •  EDU 420 - Microcomputers in the Classroom Credits: 3
   •  EDU 422 - Methods of Teaching English in Secondary Schools Credits: 3
   •  EDU 426 - Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages Credits: 3
   •  EDU 428 - Methods of Teaching and Training in Business Education Credits: 3
   •  EDU 434 - Teaching of Mathematics in the Secondary Schools I Credits: 3
   •  EDU 435 - Teaching of Mathematics in the Secondary Schools II Credits: 3
   •  EDU 440 - Teaching of Science in Secondary Schools Credits: 3
   •  EDU 441 - Curriculum and Evaluation in the Secondary Science Classroom Credits: 3
   •  EDU 490 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 491 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 492 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 493 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 494 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 495 - Student Teaching and Professional Practicum Credits: 9-15
   •  EDU 496 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 1
   •  EDU 497 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 498 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3
   •  EDU 499 - Selected Topics in Education Foundation Credits: 3

Special Education

   •  EEC 273 - Introduction to Exceptionalities: Understanding Diverse Learners Credits: 3
   •  EEC 280 - Best Practices in Collaboration: Educators, Families, & Related Service Providers Credits: 3
   •  EEC 320 - Interventions for Students with Communication Impairments Credits: 3
   •  EEC 325 - Interventions for Students with Social/Emotional and Behavioral Impairments Credits: 3
   •  EEC 330 - Teaching Students with Exceptionalities in a Standards-Aligned System Credits: 3
   •  EEC 335 - Interventions for Students with Cognitive and/or Physical Impairments Credits: 3
   •  EEC 423 - Effective Instructional Strategies for Children with Exceptionalities Credits: 3
   •  EEC 445 - Proactive Approaches for Classroom and Behavior Management Credits: 3
   •  EEC 447 - Special Education Processes in a Standards Aligned System Credits: 3
   •  EEC 483 - Assessing Children with Exceptionalities for Curricular Decision-Making Credits: 3
   •  EEC 490 - Selected Topics in Special Education Credits: 1-3
   •  EEC 491 - Selected Topics in Special Education Credits: 3

Electrical Engineering

   •  ELEC 210 - Signals and Systems Credits: 4
   •  ELEC 230 - Instrumentation Credits: 3
   •  ELEC 300 - Foundations of Electronic Systems Credits: 4
   •  ELEC 323 - Electronic Design & Processes Credits: 4
   •  ELEC 330 - Control Systems Credits: 3
   •  ELEC 360 - Communications Systems Credits: 4
   •  ELEC 422 - High Speed Circuits Credits: 4

Educational Leadership and Policy

   •  ELP 490 - Selected Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy Credits: 1-3
   •  ELP 491 - Selected Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy Credits: 3
   •  ELP 492 - Selected Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy Credits: 3
   •  ELP 493 - Selected Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy Credits: 3
   •  ELP 494 - Selected Topics in Educational Leadership and Policy Credits: 3

Engineering

   •  ENGR 100 - Engineering Seminar I Credits: 1
   •  ENGR 110 - Modeling and Simulation Credits: 3
   •  ENGR 120 - Programming for Engineers Credits: 3
   •  ENGR 200 - Engineering Seminar II Credits: 1
   •  ENGR 300 - Engineering Seminar III Credits: 1
   •  ENGR 310 - Statistical Process Control Credits: 3

English

   •  ENG 050 - Basic Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 113 - Introduction to Academic Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 114 - Writing Intensive First-Year Seminar Credits: 3
   •  ENG 115 - Advanced Placement Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 130 - Literary Studies for the English Major and Minor Credits: 3
   •  ENG 190 - General Education Special Topics Credits: 3
   •  ENG 213 - Writing and Research About Literature Credits: 3
   •  ENG 224 - Introduction to Creative Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 229 - Advanced Composition Credits: 3
   •  ENG 233 - American Literature I Credits: 3
   •  ENG 234 - American Literature II Credits: 3
   •  ENG 236 - British Literature I Credits: 3
   •  ENG 237 - British Literature II Credits: 3
   •  ENG 238 - Technical/Professional Writing I Credits: 3
   •  ENG 239 - Postcolonial Literature Credits: 3
   •  ENG 240 - Global Literature Credits: 3
   •  ENG 243 - The Art of the Film Credits: 3
   •  ENG 248 - Introduction to Culturally Diverse Literature of the U.S. Credits: 3
   •  ENG 250 - Introduction to Literature Credits: 3
   •  ENG 304 - Literary Criticism Credits: 3
   •  ENG 307 - Poetry Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 308 - Fiction Writing Credits: 3
   •  ENG 318 - Studies in English Renaissance Literature Credits: 3
   •  ENG 323 - Reviewing the Arts for Publication Credits: 3
 

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