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2015-2016 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses Descriptions


 

Other Courses

   •  CON 613 - Theories of Counseling
   •  CON 615 - Practicum
   •  CON 622 - Counseling Diverse Populations
   •  CON 627 - Facilitation Skills and Counseling Techniques
   •  CON 630 - Research Methodology
   •  CON 632 - Evaluation and Assessment
   •  CON 640 - Internship: Mental Health
   •  CON 649 - Legal, Ethical, and Professional Standards
   •  CON 657 - Drug Education, Prevention, and Intervention
   •  CON 660 - Internship: Mental Health
   •  ESE 500 - Fundamentals of Graduate Research in Education
   •  ESE 501 - Collaborating with Communities
   •  ESE 502 - Assessment and Evaluation ESE Pre-K-12
   •  ESE 510 - Adapt/Accommodate/ESE Pre-K-6
   •  ESE 511 - Adapt/ Accommodate/ESE 6-12
   •  ESE 513 - Spoken and Written Language for ESE
   •  ESE 513 - Spoken and Written Language for ESE
   •  ESE 514 - Positive Behavior Support Systems
   •  ESE 525 - Nature of ASD Theory/Practice
   •  ESE 529 - Assistive and Instructional Technology/ASD
   •  ESE 530 - Positive Behavior Supports/ASD
   •  ESE 531 - Assessment and Diagnosis
   •  ESE 533 - Typical Atypical Dev Young Child
   •  ESE 550 - Collaborations with Communities/Pre-K ESE
   •  ESE 600 - Instructional Methods & Assessment Pre-K ESE
   •  ESE 601 - Curriculum and Program Design Pre-K ESE
   •  FC 111 - Freshmen Seminar 2
   •  MSCJA 601 - Theories of Justice for Criminal Justice Professionals
   •  MSCJA 605 - Practices in Corrections
   •  MSCJA 610 - Research Methods In Criminal Justice
   •  MSCJA 612 - Pro-seminar in Criminal Justice Personnel Management
   •  MSCJA 616 - Professional Ethical Standards
   •  MSCJA 620 - Applied Statistics in Criminal Justice
   •  MSCJA 621 - Criminal Justice Administrations
   •  MSCJA 623 - Gangs, Community and Policy
   •  MSCJA 625 - Policy Management in Criminal Justice
   •  MSCJA 628 - Juvenile Justice Systems
   •  MSCJA 630 - Advanced Research Methods in Criminal Justice
   •  MSCJA 633 - Race, Ethnicity, Crime and Social Change
   •  MSCJA 634 - Management of Law Enforcement Agencies
   •  MSCJA 636 - Historical and Theoretical Perspectives of Terrorism
   •  MSCJA 640 - Thesis
   •  MSCJA 641 - Graduate Seminar: Capstone Seminar
   •  PUBH 601 - Behavior and Culture in Public Health
   •  PUBH 603 - Epidemiology
   •  PUBH 605 - Biostatistics
   •  PUBH 607 - Environmental Health
   •  PUBH 608 - Health Policy and Services
   •  PUBH 610 - Health Advocacy
   •  PUBH 614 - Social, Environmental and Structural Determinants of Health
   •  PUBH 618 - Health Equity and Social Justice
   •  PUBH 620 - Aging and Disparities
   •  PUBH 622 - Spatial Analysis for Community Health
   •  PUBH 630 - Public Health Across the Lifespan Capstone
   •  PUBH 640 - Practical Experience

Leadership

   •  LEAD 500 - Writing Across the Curriculum
   •  LEAD 501 - Public Administration: Theories, Principles, and Practices
   •  LEAD 513 - Advanced Professional Ethics (General professional ethics)
   •  LEAD 514 - Professional Code of Ethics (for field of Psychology)
   •  LEAD 515 - Leadership and Communication in Organization Systems
   •  LEAD 521 - Analysis of Public Policy for Civic Engagement
   •  LEAD 525 - Public Personnel Management
   •  LEAD 529 - Special Topics: Professional Development Seminar
   •  LEAD 530 - Special Topics: Constitutional Law and Policy
   •  LEAD 531 - Special Topics: Criminal Law and Policy
   •  LEAD 601 - Seminar: Leadership Theory, Principles and Practices
   •  LEAD 605 - Critical Reflection & Transformative Leadership.
   •  LEAD 611 - Organizational Change and Dynamics
   •  LEAD 612 - Organization of Natural Systems
   •  LEAD 613 - Ethical Decision-making
   •  LEAD 614 - Environmental Ethics/Justice
   •  LEAD 615 - Cognition, Communication, and Behavior
   •  LEAD 620 - Advanced Environmental Economics
   •  LEAD 621 - Leadership and Civic Engagement
   •  LEAD 623 - Social Justice for Multicultural Global Leadership
   •  LEAD 625 - Seminar: Special Topics in Transformative Leadership
   •  LEAD 630 - Earth Systems, Ecology and Human Health
   •  LEAD 632 - Internship
   •  LEAD 633 - Internship II
   •  LEAD 634 - Advanced Environmental Technology
   •  LEAD 638 - Data Collection, Analysis and Statistics
   •  LEAD 640 - Action Research I: Technology and Research Methods
   •  LEAD 641 - Research I: Environmental Information Systems/Methodology.
   •  LEAD 645 - Action Research II: Implementation
   •  LEAD 646 - Action Research II: IRB
   •  LEAD 650 - Action Research III: Thesis
   •  LEAD 651 - Action Research III: Thesis Continuation
   •  LEAD 652 - Graduate Seminar: Capstone Project

Environmental Science

   •  ES 501 - Environmental Seminar I
   •  ES 502 - Environmental Seminar II
   •  ES 510 - Organization of Human Systems
   •  ES 511 - Organization of Natural Systems
   •  ES 530 - Environmental Policy and Risk Management
   •  ES 550 - Ecosystem Management
   •  ES 603 - Experimental Design
   •  ES 605 - Environmental Modeling
   •  ES 613 - Advanced Environmental Ethics
   •  ES 614 - Coastal Environmental Science
   •  ES 620 - Advanced Environmental Economics
   •  ES 631 - Statistics and Numerical Analysis
 

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