Nov 27, 2022  
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 
    
Undergraduate Catalog 2018-2020 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


NOTE: Management, Marketing, Finance, and Economics courses that qualify as Business Electives are marked (E). Additional electives include approved Accounting and Business Education classes. For Management majors, selected leadership classes (Leadership Management I, Leadership Management II, Leadership Seminar I, and Leadership Seminar II) offered in Military Sciences can qualify as business elective courses.

NOTE:

F = Offered in Fall Semester;
SP = Offered in Spring Semester; and
S = Offered in Summer

 

Psychology

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Reading

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Recreation

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Rehabilitation

The Rehabilitation Services curriculum offers a comprehensive program designed to prepare students to become rehabilitation generalists. The program will prepare students to address the changing needs of consumers with disabilities and prepare students for employment in a wide range of rehabilitation-related positions. Rehabilitation Services Courses (RHAB)

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Secondary Education

The Secondary Education teacher preparation programs offer a course of study preparing candidates to become competent (7-12) teachers. Secondary candidates have in-depth knowledge in a designated academic discipline, as well as knowledge and skills regarding adolescent learners, secondary school environment and the teaching-learning process. Candidates planning to teach at the secondary level will complete a program of study with integrated academic area courses, teacher education curriculum and field experiences. Students seeking secondary teacher licensure will be jointly advised in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction and the department offering the academic area of specialization.

Secondary Education Majors (grades 7-12):

  • Business Technology Education
  • English/Language Arts Education
  • Family & Consumer Sciences Education
  • Mathematics Education
  • Science Education
  • Physical Education, Wellness & Recreation
  • Social Studies Education
  • Art Education, grades K-12
  • Music Education (Vocal OR Instrumental) grades K-12

 

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Social Studies

Course descriptions for the Bachelor of Science degree in Social Studies, except for Methods of Teaching Middle and Secondary School Social Studies, (SBSC 4304 ), are listed throughout the appropriate disciplines according to the title of the course. SBSC 4304  must be taken before Student Teaching.

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Social Work

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Sociology

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Special Education

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Student Teaching Practicum

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