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A ED 303 The Visual Arts in the Elementary School Basic concepts of current art education theory and practice for the elementary teacher
ACCTG 211 Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making Financial and Managerial Accounting for Decision Making (4) Introduction to the role of accounting numbers in the process of managing a business and in investor decision making.
ADTED 456 Introduction to Family Literacy Students will review the main parts of family literacy services and programs that support vulnerable families: adult education, early childhood education, parent education, interactive literacy activities, case management, and collaboration with partners who provide services to families
ADTED 457 Adult Literacy The course examines the role of adult education as it pertains to adult learners' needs and their roles as parents, workers, and community members.
ADTED 458 Early Literacy Development Research is examined relating to how children acquire language, reading, and writing skills, as well as how family partnerships between the home and school can further support language and literacy development and children's academic success.
ADTED 459 Interactive Literacy: Parents and Children Course content focuses on the component of family literacy in which the low-literate parents engage in language and literacy development activities with their young children.
ADTED 460 Introduction to Adult Education History, methods, agencies, program areas, and problems of adult education in the United States.
ADTED 470 Introduction to Distance Education An introduction to the history, philosophy, organizations, learning theories, and instructional procedures used in American and foreign distance education.
AEE 360 Leadership Development for Small Groups Students will learn about leadership dynamics in small groups and how to be more influential in work settings.
AEE 450 Program Design and Delivery Principles, methods, and practices of extension education in agriculture, community resource development, family living, environmental affairs, 4-H, and youth programs.
AEE 460 Foundations in Leadership Development This course explores historical and contemporary leadership theories, models and perspectives within social, cross-cultural, and political contexts.
AEE 465 Leadership Practices: Power, Influences, and Impact Explores the leader role as it relates to issues of purpose, social responsibility, political influences, and legal constraints.
AF AM100 Evolving Status of Blacks in the 20th Century: Interdisciplinary Perspectives An interdisciplinary, team-taught exploration of the evolving status of Black Americans in the twentieth century. Emphasis on the civil rights movement.
AF AM101 African American Women The sociological, historical, and political experiences of African American women, their roles and contributions to society.
AF AM102 Women of Color: Cross-Cultural Perspectives Global examination of value systems of women of color; attention to minority ethnic groups in the United States and developing countries.
AF AM103 Racism and Sexism Critical analysis of the structure of race and gender in the contemporary United States.
AF AM302 Diversity and Health Exam the relationship of diverse personal and sociocultural factors to health, like socioeconomic class, race-ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation.
AF AM409 Racial and Ethnic Inequality in America The impact of inequality and discrimination on individual and group identity among various racial and ethnic groups.
AF AM410 Spirit, Space, Survival: Contemporary Black Women How recent Black women have used spirit and space to survive.
AF AM422 Contemporary African American Communication A focused study on the continuities between African and African American culture and communication.
AN SC 215 Pets in Society Introduction to the varied roles that companion animals play in human society and their impact on human activity and well-being.
ANTH 216 Sex and Evolution Introduction to evolutionary theory and its application to understanding human sexuality and sex differences.
AYFCE 438 Living in an Increasingly Diverse Society Students in this course will explore selected dimensions of diversity through lecture, discussion, speakers, active participation, and experiential learning.
B A 241 Legal Environment of Business Examines the legal system's role and impact regarding business transactions, liability issues, and ownership of intellectual property.
B A 242 Social and Ethical Environment of Business Explores the social and ethical environment of business and ethical decision making in a business context.
B A 250 Small Business Management Analysis of problems of the small firm, particularly for the student who wishes to venture into business.
B LAW 243 Legal Environment of Business Social control through law: courts, basic policies underlying individual and contractual rights in everyday society.
BB H 101 Introduction to Biobehavioral Health Introduction to an interdisciplinary study of health, examining the interaction of biological processes and behavior on health.
BB H 119 Behavior, Health, and Disease Principles of health promotion, disease prevention, and treatment of acute and chronic illness. This course is designed for non-BB H majors.
BB H 143 Drugs, Behavior, and Health Health aspects of use and abuse of licit and illicit drugs; related social problems and prevention. Designed for non-BB H majors.
BB H 146 Introduction to Health and Human Sexuality An examination of human sexuality as it relates to health.
BB H 251 Straight Talks I: Advanced Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity Peer Education Exploration of social justice issues, diversity leadership, and group facilitation skills related to lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and ally issues.
BB H 302 Diversity and Health Examine the relationship of diverse personal and sociocultural factors to health, like socioeconomic class, race-ethnicity, gender, age, and sexual orientation.
BB H 315 Gender and Biobehavioral Health Interdisciplinary study of gender, examining the interaction of biological, behavioral, and sociocultural factors on health differentials throughout the lifespan.
BB H 446 Human Sexuality as a Health Concern Examination of human sexuality as a integral part of basic health education and health care for persons of all ages.
BB H 451 Pharmacological Influences on Health Biological and behavioral aspects of therapeutic and recreational drug use and misuse, and their relationships to health.
BB H 452 Women's Health Issues Exploration of major health issues concerning women today, with an emphasis on social, cultural, and medical influences.
BB H 458 Critical Issues in Reproduction Examination and analysis of the new reproductive technologies from the standpoint of medical ethics, feminism, and sociocultural influences.
BI SC 004 Human Body: Form and Function A general survey of structure and function--from conception, through growth and reproduction, to death
BIOL 155 Introduction to the Biology of Aging Examination of human aging from a biological perspective. Population demographics, physiological and pathological changes, and healthy lifestyles are discussed. Students who have passed BIOL 409 may not schedule this course.
CMAS 258 Intro to Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies C or higher required: Introduction to the multidisciplinary field of child maltreatment
CMAS 465 Child Maltreatment: Prevention and Treatment C or higher required: Advanced examination in approaches for preventing child maltreatment and treating its consequences
CMAS 466 Systems and Community Responses An exploration of the multidisciplinary response to child maltreatment.
NURS 466 Systems and Community Responses An exploration of the multidisciplinary response to child maltreatment.
CMAS 493 Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies: Capstone This course serves as the capstone experience for students enrolled in the Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies Minor.
EDPSY 493 Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies: Capstone This course serves as the capstone experience for students enrolled in the Child Maltreatment and Advocacy Studies Minor.
CAS 202 Introduction to Communication Theory Survey of human communication studies in relational, interpersonal, group, organization, intercultural, health, technology and communication systems.
CAS 203 Interpersonal Communication Exploration of competent communication and the skills necessary to manage personal and professional relationships.
CAS 222 Foundations: Civic and Community Engagement Conceptual foundations of public scholarship and orientation to contemporary themes and issues in civic and community engagement.
CAS 250 Small Group Communication Skill development in the areas of group discussion, leadership, and teamwork.
CAS 252 Business and Professional Communication Interviewing, briefing, conferring, and decision making; analyzing and evaluating formal and informal patterns of communication in organizations.
CAS 271 Intercultural Communication Introduction to intercultural communication. Focus on topics such as language, identity, prejudice, and intergroup relations on a domestic/ international level.
CAS 283 Communication and Information Technology I Introduction to communication technology and information management
CAS 352 Organizational Communication This course examines the function and structure of communication in both formal and informal situations.
CAS 404 Conflict Resolution and Negotiation Theories and strategies important for conceptualizing, developing, and managing conflict negotiation, mediation, and third-party intervention.
CAS 405 Family Communication Theory and Research Explores the nature and functions of communication in family life; emphasis on meaning, patterns, and styles of family communication.
CAS 422 Contemporary African American Communication A focused study on the continuities between African and African American culture and communication.
CAS 455 Gender Roles in Communication Explores the literature on gender research in the discipline of human communication.
CAS 471 Intercultural Communication Theory and Research Intercultural and cross-cultural communication research theory and practice as applied within and across national boundaries.
CED 417 Power, Conflict, and Community Decision Making Impact of institutions on human interdependence and behavior, the structure of power, and community decision making and public policy.
CED 420 Women in Developing Countries Analysis of women's work, experiences, and development policies and practices in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
CEDEV 430 Principles of local economic development Concepts, strategies, and techniques of local economic analysis, planning, and development; case studies and decision-making exercises.
CEDEV 452 Community Structure, Processes and Capacity Social organization, processes and change in communities; use of sociological principles in analysis of community problems and development.
CMPSC 101 Introduction to C++ Programming Properties of algorithms, languages, and notations for describing algorithms, applications of a procedure-oriented language to problem solving.
CMPSC 203 Introduction to Spreadsheets and Databases Design, use, and programming of spreadsheets and data bases with applications from a range of disciplines.
CN ED 404 Group Procedures in Guidance and Counseling The nature and functioning of groups in educational and agency settings. Provides prospective counselors with experience in the group process.
CN ED 422 Foundations of Addictions Counseling Study of the fundamental principles of counseling individuals with a wide variety of addictions.
COMM 250 Film History and Theory Exploration of film theory and criticism in the context of aesthetic, technological, and economic evolution of film history.
COMM 370 Public Relations Public understanding of organizations and institutions; identification and analysis of public; media relations; public relations practice.
CRIM 12 Criminology Explanations and measurements of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes.
CRIM 100 Introduction to Criminal Justice Overview of the criminal justice system, including legal foundations, processing and correction of offenders, extent and types of crime, victims.
CRIM 113 Introduction to Law Introduction to law in society with a focus on criminal law, judicial code, laws of sentencing and corrections, ciminal procedure.
CRIM 406 Sociology of Deviance Theory and research concerning behaviors and lifestyles viewed as significant departures from a group's normative expectations.
CRIM 421 Violent Crime Examines the nature and causes of violence. Several theoretical perspectives are reviewed including biological, psychological, social, and cultural.
CRIM 422 Victimization Examines the history, how victimization is measured/studied in social sciences, public policy implications of victimization movement in U.S.
CRIM 423 Sexual and Domestic Violence Examines the history, how victimization is measured/studied in social sciences, public policy implications of victimization movement in U.S.
CRIM 441 Delinquency and Juvenile Justice Course examines delinquency and the juvenile justice system including delinquency's nature, causes, and prevention and the processing of juveniles.
CRIM 451 Race, Crime, and Justice This course focuses on the significance of race, class, and ethnicity to criminal justice processing and criminal offending.
CRIM 453 Women and the Criminal Justice System This course focuses on the experiences of women as offenders, victims, and professionals in the criminal justice system.
CRIM 467 Law and Society Law and society studies the social origins of law and legal systems; occupational careers, and decision-making of legal officials
CRIM 482 Seminar, Criminal Justice Agency Administration Relates organizational and public policy management approaches to police, courts, and correctional institutions.
CRIMJ 012 Criminology Explanations and measurements of crime; criminal law; characteristics of criminals and victims; violent property, white-collar, organized, and sexual crimes.
CRIMJ 013 Juvenile Delinquency Juvenile conduct, causes of delinquency, current methods of treatment; organization and function of agencies concerned with delinquency.
CRIMJ 113 Introduction to Law Introduction to law in society with a focus on criminal law, judicial code, laws of sentencing and corrections, ciminal procedure.
CRIMJ 220 Courts and the Prosecution Process Purpose and function of criminal courts in society, organization, jurisdiction and staffing; prosecution, adjudication, and sentencing of offenders.
CRIMJ 230 Corrections in America Punishment and treatment of sentenced offenders, correctional institution organization, staffing, inmates, and subcultures
CRIMJ 430 Alternatives to Incarceration Control and treatment of offenders in the community, probation and parole organizations, diversion programs, innovative sentences, supervision techniques
CRIMJ 441 The Juvenile Justice System Examination of delinquency and the juvenile justice system from a variety of viewpoints, including a historical and preventative approach are the focus of this course.
CRIMJ 467 Law and Society Law and society studies the social origins of law and legal systems; occupational careers, and decision-making of legal officials
CSD 269 Deaf Culture Explores the economic, social, psychological, and political aspects of the deaf culture and its interaction with the majority hearing culture
E C E 451 Instruction in Early Childhood Education Derived from Development Theories Curriculum and instruction for early childhood education; program practice with pluralistic theoretical foundations for early childhood education.
E C E 452 Approaches to Contemporary Early Childhood Education Programs Description and analysis of early childhood programs; cycles, trends, progressions in early childhood education.
E C E 453 Parent Involvement in Home, Center, and Classroom Instruction Parent involvement, programs, and methodologies that strengthen bonds between home and community for educators of children.
E C E 479 The Young Child's Play as Educative Processes Young child's play as educative processes and uses of materials in curricular settings are examined.
ECON 102 Introductory Microeconomic Analysis and Policy Methods of economic analysis and their use; price determination; theory of the firm; distribution.
ECON 104 Introductory Macroeconomic Analysis and Policy National income measurement; aggregate economic models; money and income; policy problems.
ECON 315 Labor Economics Economic analysis of employment, earnings, and the labor market; labor relations; related government policies.
EDLDR 480 Introduction to Educational Leadership Development of educational leadership. Relationships among local, state, and federal agencies. Introduction to current concepts and theories.
EDPSY 014 Learning and Instruction Psychology of human learning applied toward the achievement of educational goals; evaluation of learning outcomes.
EDPSY 406 Applied Statistical Inference for the Behavioral Sciences Common techniques (parametric) covered through two-factor analysis of variance (independent samples); hypothesis testing, confidence interval, power, robustness; MINITAB frequently used.
EDPSY 421 Learning Processes in Relation to Educational Practices An introduction to the empirical study of variables and conditions that influence school learning.
EDPSY 450 Principles of Measurement Scale transformation, norms, standardization, validation procedures, estimation of reliability.
EDTEC 462 Coordinating Technology Use in Education Skills and knowledge needed to direct the use of learning technologies in educational settings.
ENGL 462 Reading Black, Reading Feminist Female identity and its construction in textual representations of gender, class, color, and cultural difference in English-language literatures.
FIN 100 Introduction to Finance The nature, scope, and interdependence of the institutional and individual participants in the financial system.
FIN 301 Corporation Finance Nature of finance function; risk and return concepts; working capital; dividend policies; mergers; security markets; acquisition and management of corporate capital; analysis of operations, forecasting capital requirements; raising capital; and planning profits. Available to Baccalaureate students only.
FR 1 Elementary French I Grammar, with reading and writing of simple French; oral and aural work stressed. Students who have received high school credit for two or more years of French may not schedule this course for credit, without the permission of the department.
FR 2 Elementary French II Grammar and reading continued; oral and aural phases progressively increased. Students who have received high school credit for four years of French may not schedule this course for credit, without the permission of the department.
FR 3 Intermediate French Grammar, reading, composition, oral and aural exercises.
GEOG 160 Mapping our World Fundamental concepts of GIS, cartography, remote sensing, and GPS in the context of environmental and social problems.
GEOG 436 Ecology, Economy, and Society Analyses of major themes in ecology and economic development, poverty- alleviation, and sustainability.
H P A 057 Consumer Choices in Health Care Introduction to consumers' role in health-care decisions, including health benefits, physician and hospital choice, and end-of-life choices.
H P A 101 Introduction to Health Services Organization Examination of the social, political, historic, and scientific factors in the development and organization of health services.
H P A 310 Health Care and Medical Needs Health care from an individual, family, and community standpoint illustrated with specific diseases and health problems.
H P A 332 Health Systems Management Introduction to and analysis of managerial roles and practices in health service organizations.
H P A 410 Principles of Public Health Administration The rationale for, and the patterns of, public health service at all levels of government in the United States.
H P A 433 Administration of Hospital and Health Service Systems Analysis of administrative structures and interorganizational arrangements among hospitals and other health care organizations.
H P A 442 Long-Term Care Management Management and policy issues for institutional, community, and home settings for chronic care services.
H P A 455 Strategic Planning and Marketing for Health Services Introduction to principles and methods of strategic planning and marketing.
H P A 460 Human Resource Management in Health Care Organizations Foundations of human resource management applied to health care organizations, including hospitals, long-term care facilities, and community health organizations.
HIST 116 Family and Sex Roles in Modern History Historical perspectives on the Western family since 1500: gender roles, marriage, sexuality, child rearing, and old age; emphasis on United States.
HIST 466 Lesbian and Gay History Critical exploration of the history of sexuality, focusing especially on the emergence of modern lesbian and gay identities.
HM 201 Introduction to Management in the Hospitality Industry Introduction to the hospitality industry and hospitality management.
INSYS 100 World Technologies & Learning This course examines the impact of learning technologies from email to online learning on world cultures from a socio-technical perspective.
INSYS 433 Teaching and Learning Online in K-12 Settings Explores uses of online technologies for K-12 settings including cybercharter and blended settings.
IST 110 Information, People and Technology The use, analysis and design of information systems and technologies to organize, coordinate, and inform human enterprises.
IST 210 Organization of Data Introduction to concept of databases including the storage, manipulation, evaluation, and display of data and related issues
IT 1 Elementary Italian I For beginners. Grammar, with reading and writing of simple Italian; oral and aural work stressed.
IT 2 Elementary Italian II Grammar and reading continued; oral and aural phrases progressively increased; composition.
IT 3 Intermediate Italian Advanced grammar; oral and written composition; reading of modern authors; Italian life and culture.
KINES 082 Action Methods for Stress Management Achieving wellness by studying the effects of stressors on systems of the body and effectiveness of activity to relieve stress.
KINES 203 Medical Terminology for Allied Health Professionals Comprehensive review of terms related to functions, disorders, diagnosis, and treatment of body systems related to physical activity and movement.
KINES 445 Alcohol and Drug Education Principles of integration and coordination of alcohol and drug education programs for health education and other health related professions.
KINES 481W Scientific Basis of Exercise for Older Adults Study of age-associated physical changes and the effects of exercise on the aging process.
LA 402 Fundraising Leadership: Building a Strong Base Course content focuses on the fundamentals of fundraising and leadership, including communications, management of events and people, and stewardship.
LER 100 Employment Relations Introductory analysis of the employment relationship and of the interrelated interests of managements, workers, unions, and the public.
LER 136 Race, Gender, and Employment Employment relations and legislative and policy responses to labor force issues of racial and gender inequality.
LER 201 Employment Relationship: Law and Policy An examination of basic legal principles underlying the employment relationship and their social, political, and economic bases.
LER 401 The Law of Labor-Management Relations Development of Anglo-American law regulating collective bargaining, with emphasis on American labor-management relations under Wagner, Taft-Hartley, and other acts.
LER 403 (IL) International Human Resource Studies Course exploring human resource management from an international perspective.
LER 409 Leadership Development: A Life-Long Learning Perspective The course examines the continuing influence of social and environmental factors in shaping leadership and leadership development.
LER 424 Employment Compensation Development and management of employee compensation systems.
LER 425 Employee Benefits The examination of employee benefits programs used by employers to meet the welfare needs of employees and their families.
LER 426 Staffing and Training Strategies in Organizations This course focuses on the theory and practice of human resource staffing and training in organizations.
LER 435 Labor Relations in the Public Sector Analysis of labor relations problems within different areas of public employment.
LER 437 Workplace Dispute Resolution Dispute resolution practices and procedures used in the workplace and employment law settings
LER 444 Occupational Health: Policy and Practice The role of employees, unions, employers, and government in dealing with work-related health issues.
LER 460 Human Resources Ethics Ethics of human Resources Management
LER 464 Communication Skills for Leaders in Groups and Organizations Theory-and research-based communication skills for leaders dealing with work-related problems in contemporary groups and organizations.
LER 465 Collective Decision Making Application of theories of decision making to work-related issues in groups and organizations requiring collective resolution action
LER 468 American Labor Unions Students will examine, debate and gain a fundamental understanding of the current state of the American labor movement
LER 472 Work-Life Practices and Policies Explore the causes and consequences of conflicts between work, family, and other life commitments, and how these may be resolved.
LER 480 Current Issues in Human Resources Examines current issues in the field of human resource management, including innovative work schedules, telecommuting, non-traditional office environments, etc.
LER 485 The Business Side of Human Resources Students will examine the interface between HR, the business model, and other aspects of the business organization.
MGMT 100 Survey of Management Introduction to organizational factors relevant to management processes, including leadership, motivation, job design, technology, organizational design and environments, systems, change.
MGMT 301 Basic Management Concepts Study of fundamental principles and processes available to the understanding of management. Not available to students who have taken B A 304.
MGMT 341 Human Resource Management Introduction to the strategic planning and implementation of human resource management, including staffing, development, appraisal, and rewards.
MIS 204 Introduction to Business Information Systems Introduction to the use of information systems in business organizations.
NURS 245 Violence and its Impact on Society Interdisciplinary discussion of violence, its perpetrators, victims and its impact on society as well as possible solutions for violence reduction.
NURS 401 Concepts of Health Exploration of current and ancient concepts of health and their respective modes of intervention.
NURS 407 Drugs of Abuse and Mental Health Issues Examines the health care needs across the lifespan of clients who have an alcohol or other drug disorder.
NURS 452 Women's Health Issues Exploration of major health issues concerning women today, with an emphasis on social, cultural, and medical influences.
NURS 464 Dying and Death Explores attitudes toward death and dying; concept of grief; responsibilities to the dying person and the family.
NUTR 119 Elementary Foods Basic principles and fundamental processes underlying food preparation. For non-nutrition majors only.
NUTR 251 Introductory Principles of Nutrition The nutrients: food sources and physiological functions as related to human growth and well-being throughout life; current nutrition issues. Students who have passed NUTR 151 may not schedule this course.
NUTR 360 Disseminating Nutrition Information Theory and practice of providing nutrition information across the lifespan. Open only to Health and Human Development majors.
NUTR 421 Food Culture and Health Trends Social-political, historic, and geographic roots of food patterns, featuring specific cuisine areas and nutritional disease patterns; includes foods laboratory.
NUTR 456 Community Nutrition Programs and policies of nutrition-related activities of community agencies; factors pertinent to nutrition education; relationship of cultural and social identity to foods and nutrition.
OLEAD 100 Introduction to Leadership This course introduces key leadership concepts and practices based on current theory and research. It is designed to help students to discover the knowledge and skills that are characteristic of effective leaders.
OLEAD 409 Leadership Development: A Life-Long Learning Perspective The course examines the continuing influence of social and environmental factors in shaping leadership and leadership development.
OLEAD 464 Communication Skills for Leaders in Groups and Organizations Theory-and research-based communication skills for leaders dealing with work-related problems in contemporary groups and organizations.
OLEAD 465 Collective Decision Making Application of theories of decision making to work-related issues in groups and organizations requiring collective resolution action
OLEAD 410 (IL) Leadership in a Global Context This course explores the science and practice of leadership around the globe through pertinent scholarly literature and related instructional resources.
PHIL 9 Philosophy, Race, and Diversity Critically examines the significance of race and cultural diversity for, and in, understandings of reality, knowledge, truth, morality, and justice.
PHIL 10 Critical Thinking Discussion of the validity, soundness, and fallacies of everyday language use and reasoning; informal logic; and manipulative arguments and propaganda
PHIL 12 Symbolic Logic Formal logical structures of propositions and arguments; mechanical tests and proof techniques for logically necessary truth and deductive validity
PHIL 014 Philosophy of Love and Sex Explores Western theories and attitudes concerning intimacy and examines various ethical issues involving love and sex.
PHIL 103 Introduction to Ethics Ethical theory about virtue, duty, autonomy, and life quality applied to moral problems, including character, violence, oppression, abortion, and suicide.
PHIL 119 Ethical Leadership Introduction to philosophical theories of ethics and leadership. Uses literary and biographical texts in developing skills of application.
PLSC 1 Introduction to American National Government Introduction to development and nature of American political culture, constitutional/structural arrangements, electoral/policy processes; sources of conflict and consensus.
PLSC 110 Rights in America This course explores the historical and contemporary struggles of particular groups within American society to expand their rights.
PLSC 490 Policy Making and Evaluation Advanced analysis of public policy, emphasizing policy evaluation and the factors that determine policy success and failure.
PSYCH 100 Introductory Psychology Introduction to general psychology; principles of human behavior and their applications.
PSYCH2xx-3xx Any PSYCH 2xx or 3xx level course
PSYCH4XX Any PSYCH 4XX course (Research, special topics, etc)
R SOC 11 Introductory Rural Sociology Basic sociological concepts applied to rural societal institutions and rural communities; causes and consequences of rural social change.
R SOC 420 Women in Developing Countries Analysis of women's work, experiences, and development policies and practices in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
R SOC 452 Rural Organization Social organization and change in rural communities; use of sociological principles in analysis of rural problems and rural development.
RHS 100 Introduction to Disability Culture Social and cultural contexts of disability on both a micro and macro levels will be examined.
RHS 300 Introduction to Rehabilitation and Human Services Disability, public and private rehabilitation agencies, case management; resources for training; observations in rehabilitation settings.
RHS 301 Introduction to Counseling as a Profession Overview of the counseling theories that are often used in human service and rehabilitation practices.
RHS 302 Client Assessment in Rehabilitation and Human Services Provides a practical understanding and skills to utilize assessment in the helping process.
RHS 303 Group Work in Rehabilitation Practice and Human Services An overview of essential elements and dynamics for conducting groups and various team-related activities will be the major focus.
RHS 400W Case Management and Communication Skills Principles and practices of obtaining, recording, evaluating, and utilizing case data in rehabilitation planning; implementation of rehabilitation plans.
RHS 401 Community Mental Health Practice and Services Community mental health roles, historical points, current trends, and ethical standards; funding and impact on service provision.
RHS 402 Children and Families in Rehabilitation Settings and Human Services Contemporary family issues, child development, legal considerations, cultural and familial factors within rehabilitation and human services practice will be addressed.
RHS 403 Medical Aspects of Disability Common disabling illnesses, injuries, and congenital defects; their symptomatology, prognosis, and treatment; implications for personal, social, and vocational adjustment.
RHS 410 Employment Strategies for People with Disabilities Develop knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to understand and practice effective employment strategies in working with people with disabilities.
LER 410 Employment Strategies for People with Disabilities Develop knowledge, skills, and resources necessary to understand and practice effective employment strategies in working with people with disabilities.
RL ST 137 Women and Religion Jewish and Christian religious views on womanhood; thought and lives of important religious women; and feminist understandings of these.
RPTM 120 Leisure and Human Behavior Leisure from historical and contemporary perspectives, including forces shaping leisure behavior, and relationships among leisure, the environment, and social institutions.
RPTM 277 Recreation for Persons with Disabilities/Inclusive Leisure Services Encouragement of appreciation for cultural experiences, disability-related characteristics, and recreation pursuits among persons with disabilities.
RPTM 410 Marketing of Recreation Services Theoretical/practical application of marketing/advertising strategies in the development/delivery of recreation services.
SOC 4XX Any SOC4XX
SOCxxx-3xx Any SOCXXX, SOC2XX, SOC3XX
SPAN 1 Elementary Spanish I Audio-lingual approach to basic Spanish; writing. Students who have received high school credit for two or more years of Spanish may not schedule this course for credit, without the permission of the department.
SPAN 2 Elementary Spanish II Audio-lingual approach to basic Spanish continued; writing. Students who have received high school credit for four years of Spanish may not schedule this course for credit, without the permission of the department.
SPAN 3 Intermediate Spanish Audio-lingual review of structure; writing; reading.
SPAN 10 Intensive Spanish Basic Spanish grammar, oral, aural, and writing skills (essentially equivalent to SPAN 001 and first half of SPAN 002).
SPAN 20 Intensive Spanish Basic and intermediate Spanish grammar, oral, aural, and writing skills (essentially equivalent to second half of SPAN 002 and all of SPAN 003).
SPAN 100 Intermediate Grammar and Composition An intermediate level grammar review that also incorporates directed and original composition exercises.
SPAN 110 Intermediate Conversation Practice in oral expression in Spanish, with emphasis on aural comprehension, idiomatic usage, and fluency. Use of journalistic materials.
SPAN 200 Intensive Grammar and Composition Intensive grammar review; composition.
SPAN 305 Spanish for Social Services Practical Spanish for social workers, medical personnel, law enforcement officers, etc.; emphasis on Puerto Rican vocabulary, idiom, and pronunciation.
SPLED 400 Inclusive Special Ed Foundations: Legal, Characteristics, Collaboration, Assessment, and Management Legal issues, learner characteristics, collaboration skills, assessment, and behavior management related to educating students with disability in inclusive settings.
SPLED 461 Introduction to Autism Spectrum Disorders: Issues and Concerns Course information centers on working with individuals having Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Pervasive Developmental Disorders (PDD) in educational and related settings.
SPLED 462 Autism and Applied Behavior Analysis Course content will include an overview of basic principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) and elements of empiricism and ethics in educational settings.
SPLED 463 Communication and Social Competence Content includes an overview of the deficits in the area of speech, language, and communication across the Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD).
STAT 100 Statistical Concepts and Reasoning Introduction to the art and science of decision making in the presence of uncertainty.
STAT 200 Elementary Statistics Descriptive statistics, frequency distributions, probability, binomial and normal distributions, statistical inference, linear regression, and correlation.
WF ED 1 Education for Work: Trends and Issues Overview of the history and philosophies of education for employment, current issues, and school to work transition system.
WMNST 100 Introduction to Women's Studies Interdisciplinary consideration of the scholarly theories and research pertaining to women's experiences and women's status in contemporary American society.
WMNST 101 The African American Woman The sociological, historical and political experiences of African American women, their roles and contributions to society.
WMNST 102 Women of Color: Cross-Cultural Perspective Global examination of value systems of women of color; attention to minority ethnic groups in the United States and developing countries.
WMNST 103 Racism and Sexism Critical analysis of the structure of race and gender inequality in the contemporary United States.
WMNST 106 Representing Women and Gender in Literature, Art and Popular Cultures Interdisciplinary consideration of primary works and scholarship pertaining to women in the humanities and the arts.
WMNST 110 Sociology of Gender Changing sex role expectations and behavior for men and women in contemporary society.
WMNST 116 Family and Sex Roles in Modern History Historical perspectives on the Western family since 1500: gender roles, marriage, sexuality, child rearing, and old age; emphasis on United States.
WMNST 136 Race, Gender, and Employment Employment relations and legislative and policy responses to labor force issues of racial and gender inequality.
WMNST 202 Gender Dynamics in Africa Critical analysis of multidisciplinary research on relations between men and women in Africa and critique of Western feminist theories.
WMNST 205 Women, Minorities, and the Media Analysis of historical, economic, legal, political, and social implications of the relationship between women, minorities, and the mass media.
WMNST 250 Sexual Identity Over the Lifespan Concepts of affectional and sexual orientation over lifespan, with emphasis on lesbian and gay male personal, family, and community adaptation.
WMNST 300 Latina Feminisms This course examines the historical development, theoretical premises, and political, social, and artistic contributions of Latina feminisms in the United States.
WMNST 301 Introduction to Feminist Thought An interdisciplinary survey of historical and contemporary feminist theories in both the United States and international contexts.
WMNST 364 Black & White Sexuality This course explains how narrow ways of thinking limit our understanding of the diverse expressions of human sexuality.
WMNST 400 Debates in Contemporary Feminism Consideration of feminist theories of women's experience in transforming understanding, reconceptualizing old problems, raising new ones, and expanding traditional disciplines.
WMNST 420 Women in Developing Countries Analysis of women's work, experiences, and development policies and practices in Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
WMNST 423 Sexual and Domestic Violence Legal, sociological, and psychological perspectives of sexual and domestic violence.
WMNST 452 Women's Health Issues Exploration of major health issues concerning women today, with an emphasis on social, cultural, and medical influences.
WMNST 453 Women and the Criminal Justice System This course focuses on the experiences of women as offenders, victims, and professionals in the criminal justice system.
WMNST 455 Gender Roles in Communication Explores the literature on gender research in the discipline of human communication.
WMNST 458 Critical Issues in Reproduction Examination and analysis of the new reproductive technologies from the standpoint of medical ethics, feminism, and sociocultural influences.
WMNST 462 Reading Black, Reading Feminist Female identity and its construction in textual representations of gender, class, color, and cultural difference in English-language literatures.
WMNST 466 Lesbian and Gay History Critical exploration of the history of sexuality, focusing especially on the emergence of modern lesbian and gay identities.
WMNST 472 Work-Life Practices and Policies Explore the causes and consequences of conflicts between work, family, and other life commitments, and how these may be resolved.

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