Oct 23, 2018  
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2018-2019 
    
Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog 2018-2019

Course Descriptions


Note: See Catalog Addenda  as that information supersedes the published version of this catalog.

The course descriptions include all courses that are taught for academic credit at the university. They are arranged in alpha-numerical sequence by course subject code.

See How to Read Course Descriptions  for additional information.

At present, the majority of the 500-600 level courses are offered in the evening hours. Students should be aware that not all courses are offered in the evening or every semester. Students who are only able to enroll in classes 4 pm or after should consult the appropriate department chairperson for information about the availability of evening sections of courses required in a specific major, concentration and/or minor. Students are urged to consult “Available Course Sections” through InfoBear each semester to determine when specific courses are offered.

 

 

 

Criminal Justice

   •  CRJU 530 - Introduction to Police Culture: An Intensive Review
   •  CRJU 540 - Corrections, Crime and Society
   •  CRJU 541 - Community-Based Corrections
   •  CRJU 542 - Research Seminar in Corrections
   •  CRJU 546 - Class, Race, Gender and Crime
   •  CRJU 547 - Restorative and Transformative Justice
   •  CRJU 550 - Juvenile Justice and Society
   •  CRJU 551 - Law and Society
   •  CRJU 555 - Information Technology for Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 561 - Seminar in White Collar Crime
   •  CRJU 565 - Study Tour in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 570 - Violent Victimization
   •  CRJU 571 - Sexual Assault, Offenders and Policy
   •  CRJU 597 - Research Seminar in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 598 - Internship in Criminal Justice
   •  CRJU 599 - Special Topics in Criminal Justice

Cyber Security

   •  CYBR 310 - Foundations of Computer Forensic Investigations
   •  CYBR 311 - Foundations of Mobile Forensic Investigations

Dance

   •  DANC 140 - Dance Technical Practicum
   •  DANC 146 - Dance Appreciation
   •  DANC 147 - Theory and Practice of Ballet Fundamentals
   •  DANC 155 - Dance Practicum
   •  DANC 199 - First Year Seminar
   •  DANC 237 - Theory and Practice of Jazz Dance, Fall
   •  DANC 242 - Theory and Practice of Ballet, Fall
   •  DANC 245 - Theory and Practice of Ballet, Spring
   •  DANC 247 - Theory and Practice of Jazz Dance, Spring
   •  DANC 248 - Theory and Practice of Modern Dance, Fall
   •  DANC 249 - Theory and Practice of Modern Dance, Spring
   •  DANC 251 - Dance History
   •  DANC 254 - Science and Theory of Dance
   •  DANC 255 - Creative Dance
   •  DANC 256 - Dance Composition
   •  DANC 259 - Dance Repertory
   •  DANC 260 - World Dance
   •  DANC 263 - Dance History to 1915
   •  DANC 264 - Dance History from 1915
   •  DANC 271 - Theory and Practice of Tap Dance
   •  DANC 298 - Second Year Seminar (Speaking Intensive)
   •  DANC 299 - Second Year Seminar (Writing Intensive)
   •  DANC 345 - Theory and Practice of Advanced Ballet Technique
   •  DANC 349 - Theory and Practice of Advanced Modern Technique
   •  DANC 353 - Creative Dance for Children
   •  DANC 357 - Dance Production Theory
   •  DANC 358 - Dance Production Techniques
   •  DANC 359 - Dance Ensemble Practicum
   •  DANC 399 - Topical Studies in Dance
   •  DANC 452 - Ballet Pedagogy
   •  DANC 453 - Dance Methodology
   •  DANC 494 - Seminar in Dance Education
   •  DANC 497 - Advanced Individual Projects in Dance
   •  DANC 498 - Internship in Dance
   •  DANC 499 - Directed Study in Dance

Dance - Physical Education

   •  DANP 153 - Jazz Dance
   •  DANP 159 - Latin Social Dance
   •  DANP 161 - Folk Dance
   •  DANP 164 - Square and Contra Dance
   •  DANP 165 - Tap Dance I
   •  DANP 166 - African Dance
   •  DANP 167 - Hip-Hop Dance
   •  DANP 168 - Ballroom Dance
   •  DANP 199 - First Year Seminar
   •  DANP 235 - Rhythmic Activities: Programming for All Ages
   •  DANP 259 - Theory and Practice of Latin Social Dance
   •  DANP 268 - Ballroom Dance II – Theory, Practice and Performance
   •  DANP 281 - Theory and Practice of Educational Dance
   •  DANP 298 - Second Year Seminar (Speaking Intensive)
   •  DANP 299 - Second Year Seminar (Writing Intensive)
   •  DANP 499 - Directed Study in Dance - Physical Education

Early Childhood Education

   •  ECED 199 - First Year Seminar
   •  ECED 230 - The Basics of Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 280 - The Creative Arts and Curriculum Design in Early Childhood, Toddler-Grade 2
   •  ECED 298 - Second Year Seminar (Speaking Intensive)
   •  ECED 299 - Second Year Seminar (Writing Intensive)
   •  ECED 300 - Early Childhood Art Methods
   •  ECED 311 - Science and Social Studies Inquiry for the Young Child
   •  ECED 332 - Reading Development for the Young Child
   •  ECED 342 - Language Arts for the Young Child
   •  ECED 352 - Developmental Mathematics for the Young Child
   •  ECED 361 - Creating an Effective Early Childhood Environment
   •  ECED 493 - Internship in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 496 - Supervised Teaching in Public Schools: Early Childhood
   •  ECED 497 - Supervised Teaching in an Integrated Early Childhood Setting
   •  ECED 499 - Directed Study in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 503 - Directed Study
   •  ECED 570 - Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 575 - Graduate Seminar in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 596 - Practicum: Early Childhood Education
   •  ECED 597 - Practicum: Preschool
   •  ECED 598 - Internship: Early Childhood Education
   •  ECPK 199 - First Year Seminar
   •  ECPK 298 - Second Year Seminar (Speaking Intensive)
   •  ECPK 299 - Second Year Seminar (Writing Intensive)
   •  ECPK 301 - Early Childhood Language Development, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 302 - Language, Culture and Cognition, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 303 - Facilitating Early Literacy, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 304 - Project-Based Learning in Early Childhood, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 305 - Math-Rich Learning in Early Childhood, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 306 - Science-Rich Learning in Early Childhood, Birth-K
   •  ECPK 307 - Observational Assessment to Inform Individualized Instructional Goals, Birth-K
 

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