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AIT630: IT Project Management
ARED463: Author-Illustrator: Integration of Visual Arts and Language Arts at the Elementary Level
ARED464: Author-Illustrator:Integration of Visual and Language Arts at the Secondary Level
ARED563: Author-Illustrator: Integration of Visual Arts and Language Arts at the Elementary Level
ARED564: Author-Illustrator: Integration of Visual Arts and Language Arts at the Secondary Level
ART101: Digital Tools and Concepts
ART219: Digital Concepts: Structure
ART351: Writing About Art
ART355: Typography
ART360: Digital Art
ART456: Typography II
ART465: Graphic Design Social Issues
ART498: BFA Project
ARTH391: Research Methods Art History
ASST470: Women in U.S.-Asian Relations
CHEM401: Seminar in Chemistry
Instructors: Soto | Sections:
CHEM462: Advanced Lab
Instructors: | Sections:
CHEM564: Chemistry of Dangerous Drugs
COMM131: Fundamentals of Speech Communication
COMM132: Honors Fundamentals Speech Communication
COMM201: Communication Theory
COMM215: Interpersonal Communication
COMM231: Nonverbal Communication
COMM303: Advanced Public Speaking
COMM331: Advocacy and Argument
COMM418: Communication Training & Development
COMM419: Organizational Communication
COMM470: Family Communication
COMM480: Communication Research
COSC111: Information and Technology for Business
Instructors: Kelleher | Sections: 005
COSC111: Information and Technology for Business
COSC112: Honors Information and Technology for Business
COSC119: Using Information Effectively in the Computing Sciences
CRMJ385: Police Administration
EBTM443: Applied Project Management
ECED103: Introduction to Early Childhood Education
ECED201: Early Childhood Development and Intervention
ECED315: Infancy & Toddlerhood Development and Intervention
ECED321: Foundations of Reading & Language Arts
ECED341: Pre-Primary Curriculum
ECED360: Early Literacy: Best Practices and Materials
ECED361: Teaching Reading in the Primary Grades (1-3): Best Practices & Materials
ECED407: Interactive Technology and the Young Child
ECED422: Advanced Writing Techniques for Teachers in Early Childhood Education
ECED460: Dual Language Learners in Early Childhood Education Settings
ECED607: Learner Diversity and Inclusion in Early Childhood Education
ECED609: Growth & Development of Young Children
ECED611: Teacher as Researcher: Research Methods in Education
ECON201: Microeconomic Principles
Instructors: Steward | Sections:
ECON326: Economic Development
ECON376: Natural Resource Economics
ECSE341: Pre Primary Curriculum & Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom
ECSE351: Primary Curriculum and Instruction in the Inclusive Classroom
ECSE413: Instructional Technology for Young Children
ECSE428: Families as Partners in Early Childhood Special Education
ECSE452: Internship in Early Childhood-Special Education Seminar
EDUC202: Historical & Contemporary Perspectives: America's Urban Schools
EDUC203: Teaching and Learning in a Diverse Society
EDUC417: Children's Literature & Other Materials for Reading and Language Arts in Elementary School
EDUC605: Research and Information Technology
EDUC717: Children's Literature & Other Materials for Teaching Reading
EDUC730: Principles of Learning, Development and Diversity
EDUC734: Teacher as Researcher
EDUC761: Research in Education
EDUC772: Special Topics in Educ: Adult Learning Theories
ELED200: The Elementary School Child as a Learner
ELED320: Writing for Elementary Educators
ELED322: Foundations of Reading and other Language Arts
ELED323: Principles & Practices of Instruction in Reading and Language Arts
ELED357: Linguistically Diverse Learners in the Classroom
ELED365: Teaching Social Studies in the Elementary School
ENGL52: Freshman Transition Program
ENGL101: College Composition I
Instructors: Brown-Strott | Sections:
ENGL101: Writing for a Liberal Education
ENGL102: Writing for a Liberal Education
Instructors: Woytowitz | Sections:
ENGL102: Writing for a Liberal Education
ENGL190: Honors Writing Seminar
Instructors: Green-Nicoletta | Sections:
ENGL190: Honors Writing Seminar
ENGL300: Methods and Research
Instructors: Hahn H. George | Sections: 002
ENGL310: Writing Argument
ENGL317: Writing for Business & Industry
ENTR403: International Entrepreneurship
ENVS491: Senior Seminar
ENVS604: Ecosystem Ecology
Instructors: Fath | Sections:
ENVS798: Research Practicum
FMST101: Introduction to Family Studies
FMST345: Introduction to Art Therapy
FREN423: Francophone World
Instructors: Sainson Katia | Sections: 001
FRSH104: ARTD 104: Art Appreciation
GENL121: Personal Life & Career Planning
Instructors: Coulter | Sections: 002
GENL121: Personal Life and Career Planning
Instructors: Hightower | Sections:
GEOG473: Geography of South Asia
HIST100: Interpreting History through Film
HIST117: Islamic History: From the Rise of Islam to the Rise of the Ottomans
HIST122: Latin America: National Period
HIST300: Introduction to Historical Study: Early Mesopotamia: 4000-2000 BCE
Instructors: Gadotti | Sections: 003
HIST324: Democratization in Latin America
HIST390: Medieval Cities of Europe: a Comparative History
HLTH207: Health Care in the U. S.
HLTH220: Sexuality in a Diverse Society
HLTH430: Organization, Implementation, and Management of Health Education Programs
HLTH451: Environmental Health
HLTH625: Research Methods in Health
HLTH639: Introduction to Health Behavior and Health Promotion
HRD601: Introduction to Human Resources
IDHP110: Information Utilization in the Health Professions
IDHP741: Ethical and Legal Issues in Clinical Practice
IHSM633: Disaster Response and Community Health
ILPD667: Curriculum & Assessment for Instructional Development
ILPD670: Special Topics in Instructional Leadership: Urban Education
ISTC201: Using Information Effectively in Education
ISTC301: Integrating Instructional Technology
ISTC541: Foundations in Instructional Technology
ISTC615: Collection Development
ISTC663: Applied Psychology of Learning
ISTC685: Research in Instructional Technology
ISTC780: Investigating and Evaluating Research in Instructional Technology
KNES235: Physical Wellness for a Healthy America
KNES280: Introduction to the Sports Industry
KNES285: Sport: Cross-Cultural Perspective
KNES297: Foundations of Exercise Science
KNES333: Sport Management
KNES452: Sport Marketing
KNES460: Cultural Economy of Sport
KNES469: Research Methods in Exercise Science
KNES654: Curriculum and Program Development in Physical Education
LAST100: Latin America: Issues and Approaches
LAST385: Model Organization of American States
MCOM101: Introduction to Mass Communication
Instructors: Edmunds | Sections: 001 002
MCOM101: Introduction to Mass Communication
Instructors: Goldstein | Sections:
MCOM101: Introduction to Mass Communication
Instructors: Broadwater | Sections:
MCOM101: Introduction to Mass Communication
Instructors: Gilbert | Sections:
MCOM101: Introduction to Mass Communication
MCOM214: Principles of Advertising
MCOM253: Principles of Strategic Public Relations and Integrated Communication
Instructors: Spaulding | Sections: 002 101
MCOM256: Writing for the Media
MCOM257: Journalism/New Media I
Instructors: Broadwater | Sections:
MCOM323: Advertising Media Planning
Instructors: Kim | Sections:
MCOM323: Advertising Media Planning
Instructors: Kim | Sections:
MCOM325: Advertising Copywriting
Instructors: Lee | Sections: 003 004
MCOM325: Advertising Copywriting
MCOM356: Feature Writing
MCOM358: News Editing
MCOM390: Mass Communication Research
MCOM407: Multimedia Reporting Capstone
MCOM443: International Advertising
MCOM447: Advertising Campaigns
Instructors: Kim | Sections: 001
MCOM447: Advertising Campaigns
Instructors: Rhee | Sections: 002
MCOM447: Advertising Campaigns
Instructors: Lee | Sections: 102
MCOM453: Public Relations and Integrated Communication Campaigns
MCOM490: Mass Communication Research
MCOM605: Theories of Public Relations and Organizational Communication
MCOM630: Professional Communication Competencies in a Changing Environment
MCOM639: Mass Communication & Culture
MCOM670: Special Topics: Content Studies
MKTG361: Marketing for Non-Profit Organizations
MKTG431: Marketing Information for Decision Making
MKTG445: International Marketing
MNGT375: International Business
MNGT438: Multinational Management & Culture
NURS330: Professional Nursing Bridge
NURS332: Professional Nursing I: Introduction to Nursing
NURS333: Professional Nursing II: Issues
NURS340: Pathopharmacology
NURS347: Health Assessment Across the Life Span
NURS352: Nursing & Healthcare III: Mental Health
NURS433: Professional Nursing III: Issues
NURS435: Professional Nursing III: Research in Nursing
NURS486: Nursing Care of Patients with Neurodegenerative Diseases: Parkinsons as an Exemplar
NURS601: Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice
NURS603: Nursing Research
NURS605: Nursing in Healthcare Systems
NURS810: Teaching Practicum
POSC101: Introduction to Political Science
POSC103: American National Government
POSC105: Governments of the World
POSC305: Urban Government and Politics
POSC450: Interest Groups and Public Policy
PSYC101: Introduction to Psychology
Instructors: Raley | Sections: 101 102
PSYC314: Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC673: Advanced Research Methods in Psychology
PSYC687: Advanced Experimental Design
REED102: Academic Literacy
REED601: Reading Theory & Practice
REED626: Clinic Internship in Reading
REED663: Strategic Use of Materials
REED670: Special Topics in Reading Instruction
REED726: Advanced Clinic Internship in Reading
REED729: Seminar in Reading
REED745: Professional Development in Reading
SCED304: Education, Ethics and Change
SCED419: Young Adult Literature
SCED460: Using Reading and Writing in the Secondary Schools
SCED461: Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas
SCED518: Young Adult Literature
SCED561: Teaching Reading in the Secondary Content Areas
SCIE376: Teaching Science in the Elementary School
SPCM101: Fundamentals of Communication
Instructors: Gamble | Sections:
SPCM101: Fundamentals of Communication
Instructors: McMullen | Sections:
SPED301: Introduction to Special Education
SPED401: Curriculum/Methods of Inclusion
SPED413: Assistive Technology for Students with Disabilities K -12
SPED428: Working with Families of Students with Disabilities
SPED441: Curriculum/Methods of Instruction for Students with Disabilities
SPED601: Curriculum and Methods of Instruction for Secondary Transition
SPED604: Action Research in Special Education
SPED605: Working with Families of Students with Disabilities
SPED637: Inclusion for the Classroom Teacher
SPED644: Differentiated Instruction and Meaningful Application
SPED646: Using Technology to Differentiate Instruction
TSEM102: Blood, Lust & the American Dream
Instructors: Duffy | Sections: 029
TSEM102: Can We Talk?
Instructors: Martin | Sections: 053
TSEM102: Consumption and Culture
Instructors: Tsitsos | Sections:
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: Living and Learning in a Digital Society
Instructors: Keane | Sections:
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: The Excitement and Challenge of Extreme Teaching
Instructors: Obenshain | Sections:
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns
Instructors: Shargel | Sections:
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: Disrupting Class: How Disruptive Innovation Will Change the Way the World Learns
Instructors: Brown | Sections: 009 012 013
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: Living and Learning in a Digital Society
Instructors: Wood | Sections: 020 025
TSEM102: Current Issues in Education: Living and Learning in a Digital Society
Instructors: Lohnes Watulak | Sections:
TSEM102: Extreme Teaching
Instructors: Twiss | Sections:
TSEM102: Facing the Inquisitor: Religious Persecution in Pre-modern Times
Instructors: Costa-Gomes | Sections: 999
TSEM102: Getting Down to Business
Instructors: Stump | Sections:
TSEM102: Green Eating on a Blue Planet
Instructors: Fath | Sections: 031 032
TSEM102: Immigrant Women's Experiences
Instructors: Gissendanner | Sections: 064
TSEM102: Information Visualization: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Communicating Information
Instructors: Vincenti | Sections:
TSEM102: Innovation through the Ages
Instructors: Sullivan | Sections:
TSEM102: Literacy for Life
Instructors: Pitcher | Sections: 023 065
TSEM102: Living a Meaningful Life
Instructors: EvansHolland Eglseder | Sections: 043 044 045
TSEM102: Manage Your Money and Beyond
Instructors: Rugemer | Sections:
TSEM102: Mass Media and Medicine
Instructors: Crest | Sections:
TSEM102: Play: It's More than Fun and Games
Instructors: Uhrich | Sections:
TSEM102: Politics and Literature
Instructors: McCartney | Sections: 050
TSEM102: Popular Culture and Politics: Comedy, Entertainment, Celebrity, and Democracy
Instructors: Becker | Sections:
TSEM102: Re-Fighting the Civil War
Instructors: Diemer | Sections: 035
TSEM102: Science of Healthy Habits
Instructors: McFadden | Sections: 039
TSEM102: Sleep
Instructors: Burton | Sections: 006 007
TSEM102: Social Media versus Dictators in the Middle East: The Arab Uprisings in Historical Perspective
Instructors: Katz | Sections: 036 037
TSEM102: Stem Cell Research
Instructors: Caplis | Sections: 004 005
TSEM102: The Active Media Consumer
Instructors: Zhang | Sections:
TSEM102: The Cabinet of Wonders: Nature and Art Before the Age of Science
Instructors: Prosperetti | Sections: 000
TSEM102: The Harlem Renaissance: A Modernist Collection of Literature, Art, Music, Film, and Dance
Instructors: Copeland | Sections: 101
TSEM102: The Machine that Changed the World: Automobility in a Time of Scarcity
Instructors: Marzotto | Sections:
TSEM102: There and Back Again: A Supply Chain Tale
Instructors: Porterfield | Sections:
TSEM102: Vampires on Campus: Critically Exploring the Roles of the Vampire in Social Issues of Western Culture
Instructors: McDermott McNulty | Sections:
TSEM102: Virtual Worlds and Society: Impacts of Online Interaction
Instructors: Braman | Sections:
TSEM102: Water Resources
Instructors: Barnes | Sections:
WMST333: WOMENS WORDS, WOMENS LIVES
Instructors: Wilkinson | Sections: 000
WMST333: WOMEN’S WORDS, WOMEN’S LIVES
Instructors: Jones | Sections: 001
WMST337: Feminist Theory
WMST609: Applied Research Methods & Skills
WMST613: Women and Health
WRIT312: History of Science

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Last revised: February 24, 2014