Dec 15, 2018  
2016-2017 Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Food Science, Nutrition, and Management

   •  FS 4212 - Refined Foods and Food Ingredients
   •  FS 4213 - Introduction to Brewing Science
   •  FS 4222 - Quantity Food Production
   •  FS 4223 - Seminar (Food Science)
   •  FS 4224 - Food Product Development
   •  FS 4228 - Meat and Meat Products
   •  FS 4229 - Foodservice Marketing Strategy
   •  FS 4232 - Legal Aspects of Foodservice Management
   •  SR 4041 - Student Research

Graduate Education

   •  EDU 8005 - Educational Leadership and Change Theory
   •  EDU 8010 - Using & Integrating Learning Techniques
   •  EDU 8012 - Planning & Managing Financial Resources
   •  EDU 8013 - Plan and Manage Fin Res for H.E.
   •  EDU 8015 - Introduction to Educational Research
   •  EDU 8023 - Qualitative Research Methods
   •  EDU 8025 - Research Methods
   •  EDU 8026 - Quantitative Research Methods
   •  EDU 8030 - Legal and Ethical Leadership
   •  EDU 8035 - Leadership, Diversity & Societal Change
   •  EDU 8042 - Practicum & Field Exp Hi-Ed I
   •  EDU 8043 - Superintendent/Higher Ed. Practicum and Field Experience I
   •  EDU 8045 - Practicum & Field Exp Hi-Ed II
   •  EDU 8046 - Superintendent/Higher Ed. Practicum and Field Experience II
   •  EDU 8047 - Contemporary Topics in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8048 - Practicum & Field Exp Hi E III
   •  EDU 8049 - Superintendent/Higher Ed. Practicum and Field Experience III
   •  EDU 8051 - Professional Development and Supervision
   •  EDU 8053 - School and Community Partnerships and Public Relations
   •  EDU 8054 - Program Design, Evaluation & Development
   •  EDU 8056 - Leading Comprehensive Student Support Services
   •  EDU 8057 - Negotiations & Conflict Resolution
   •  EDU 8059 - Educational Policy, Politics & Current Issues
   •  EDU 8061 - Economic Development of Higher Education Organizations
   •  EDU 8063 - Philanthropy & Resource Development in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8064 - Innovation & Entrepreneurship in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8066 - Student Services & Co-Curricular Activities in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8067 - Faculty and Academic Governance in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8069 - Policy Development and Analysis in Higher Education
   •  EDU 8090 - Dissertation Preparation
   •  EDU 8092 - Dissertation Design I
   •  EDU 8094 - Dissertation Design II
   •  EDU 8096 - Dissertation Data Analysis
   •  EDU 8098 - Dissertation Maintenance Seminar
   •  EDU 8099 - Dissertation Defense
   •  GE 641 - Bullying & Social Networking
   •  GE 6005 - Connecting Students Career Goals WithyCore Subjects: Technology Education
   •  GE 6006 - Connecting Students Career Goals WithyCore Subjects: Communications
   •  GE 6007 - Creating a Brain Compatible ClassroomyDifferently
   •  GE 6008 - Connecting Student Career Goals WithyCore Subjects: Civics and Government
   •  GE 6009 - Connecting Students Career GoalsyWith Core Subjects: Arts & Humanities
   •  GE 6010 - Introduction to Research
   •  GE 6011 - Connecting Students Career GoalsyWith Core Subjects: Mathematics
   •  GE 6012 - Creating Meaningful Experiences toyAchieve Classroom Success
   •  GE 6013 - Differentiated Instruction
   •  GE 6014 - Cooperative Learning in the Classroom
   •  GE 6015 - Introduction to Statistical Data and Research
   •  GE 6016 - Why and How Boys and Girls Learn Differently
   •  GE 6020 - Communicating in Decision Making Groups And Interpersonal Relations
   •  GE 6027 - Reading and Writing Across the Curriculum
   •  GE 6030 - Theory and Application of Educational Administration
   •  GE 6035 - Teaching and Supervising Diverse Student Populations
   •  GE 6040 - Introduction to Statistics and Data Analysis
   •  GE 6055 - Human Development, Communication and Learning
   •  GE 6060 - Organizational Development, Change Theory and Staff Development
   •  GE 6065 - Leadership and Management of Special Education Programs
   •  GE 6070 - Instructional Leadership and Supervision
   •  GE 6080 - Foundations of Instructional Technology for Teaching and Learning
   •  GE 6110 - Principles, Curriculum and Methods
   •  GE 6115 - Principles, Methods, Development, and Assessment of Curriculum
   •  GE 6120 - The Principalship
   •  GE 6130 - School and Community Relations
   •  GE 6136 - Educational Trends and Development
   •  GE 6140 - School Personnel Administration
   •  GE 6150 - Design and Development of Instruction
   •  GE 6155 - Design, Development and Assessment of Instruction
   •  GE 6178 - The Special Needs Student
   •  GE 6210 - Curriculum Auditing
   •  GE 6211 - Building Exemplary School Curriculum by Design
   •  GE 6212 - Curriculum Management for School Leaders
   •  GE 6220 - School Law
   •  GE 6225 - Special Education Law
   •  GE 6230 - Assessment of Instructional Outcomes
   •  GE 6240 - School Finance and Accounting
   •  GE 6244 - Learning as a Process
   •  GE 6247 - Action Research I
   •  GE 6250 - Curriculumn and Strategies foryInstructing Students With Special Needs
   •  GE 6260 - Introduction to Transition ServicesyIn Special Education
   •  GE 6262 - Assessment Models for Transistion And Vocation
   •  GE 6264 - Transition and Vocational Curriculum For School-Based Services
   •  GE 6268 - Interagency Knowledge and CollaborationyInstructing Students With Special Needs
   •  GE 6270 - Applied Behavior Analysis and Positive Behavior Supports
   •  GE 6280 - Technology and Universal Design for Special Education Students
   •  GE 6282 - Assistive Technology: Devices & Services Instructing Students With Special Needs
   •  GE 6284 - Assistive Technology: Planning Collaboration, & Implementation
   •  GE 6288 - Assistive Technology Capstone Instructing Students With Special Needs
   •  GE 6300 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  GE 6300 - Comprehensive Examination
   •  GE 6350 - Action Research II
   •  GE 6400 - Bullying Prevention in Schools
   •  GE 6402 - Bystanders & Bullying Prevention
 

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