Jan 24, 2021  
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin 
    
2017-2018 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED]

Course Descriptions


A typical course description in the Undergraduate Bulletin appears like this:

LIT 273 American Multicultural Literature  

The three digits of the course codes refer to the course level. Undergraduate courses are those numbered from 100 to 499. All numbers above that are for graduate credit.The 100 series is primarily for freshmen; 200 – sophomores; 300 – juniors; and 400 – seniors.

Course Planning Information

Information included with the course description helps you as you plan your course schedules. General Education (Gen Ed), Racial and Ethnic Studies (RES), Global Perspective (GLP), repeatability, and terms offered (if known) are indicated.

The terms indicated serve only as a general guide and do not guarantee that a course will be offered during a particular semester. Verify availability of a course in any given term by checking the online Open Courses listing or through Access Stout when planning your schedule.

 

School Counseling

  
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    SCOUN-400 Workshop: Counseling/Psychological Services


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
  
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    SCOUN-405 Emerging Issues in School Counseling


    (2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Identify, explore and research issues and trends impacting practice and resources in school counseling. Student must be currently employed in a school setting or licensed to work in schools.
  
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    SCOUN-447 Emotional and Behavioral Problems of Children and Adolescents


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Assessment, identification and evaluation of emotional and behavioral disorders of learners middle childhood through adolescence, including methods of observing, diagnosing, documenting and interpreting. Characteristics of emotional and behavioral disabled learners, including potential concomitant physical, cognitive, or sensory disabilities and psychological, social and environmental factors contributing to childhood emotional and behavioral disorders.
  
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    SCOUN-499 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent

School Psychology

  
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    SPSY-490 Behavioral Interventions in the Schools


    (2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Study and practice in Functional Behavioral Assessment and Behavioral Intervention Planning for individualized behavior problems in the PK-12 education setting using both a direct-service and consultation-collaboration model. Focus on assessment skills to produce data-driven environmental modifications, pro-social replacement behaviors, consequence strategies, and home-school interventions.
  
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    SUST-425 Sustainable Design & Development Capstone


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Application and study of sustainable design and development through the solution of a community-based project.  Design of a triple bottom line solution to industrial problems will be emphasized.
    Prerequisite: Must be Senior level or higher

Science Education

  
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    SCIED-409 Broadfield Science Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experiences in science education.
    Prerequisites: Benchmark I completed and Senior level
  
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    SCIED-410 Biology Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experience in biology.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-411 Chemistry Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experience in chemistry.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-412 Physics Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experience in physics.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-413 Earth and Space Science Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experience in Earth and space science.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-414 Environmental Science Student Teaching


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Student teaching experience in environmental science.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-419 Broadfield Science Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching broadfield science.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-420 Biology Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching biology.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-421 Chemistry Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching chemistry.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-422 Physics Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching physics.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-423 Earth and Space Science Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching earth and space science.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-424 Environmental Science Teaching Internship


    (2-16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Internship experience in teaching environmental science.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark II completion
  
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    SCIED-488 Internship Teaching - Science Education


    8-(16 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Alternative to student teaching experience: licensed and salaried internship in a cooperating school.
    Department Consent
    Prerequisites: Benchmark II completion and Senior level

Science, Technology and Mathematics Education

  
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    STMED-101 Introduction to Math and Science Education


    (2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Overview of math and science education programs, roles and responsibilities of math and science teachers, state and professional standards, history of math and science education, professional resources, curriculum, instruction, assessment, and classroom management.
  
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    STMED-160 Introduction to Technology and Science Education


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Survey of technology and science teaching, including teachers’ responsibilities, curriculum, literature, current issues and organizations associated with the profession and teaching within K- 12 schools.
  
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    STMED-185 Pre-Student Teaching


    (1 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Introductory field experience and seminar includes observing, analyzing, and experiencing teaching in a public school setting. Minimum of 50 hours completed.
    Prerequisite: Background check required.
  
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    STMED-260 Curriculum Methods & Assessment for Science & Technology


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Development of rationales, goals, content outlines, outcomes, objectives, activities, and assessment items.
    Prerequisite: take STMED-101  or STMED-160  
  
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    STMED-360 Pre-Student Teaching in Science Technology and Math Education


    (1 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Observing, analyzing, experiencing, and reflecting on teaching in public school settings for STMED pre-service teachers.
    Department Consent
    Prerequisites: Take STMED-101  or STMED-160 , Benchmark 1 must be complete & background check is required.
  
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    STMED-390 Laboratory and Classroom Management in Science and Technology


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Laboratory ad classroom management strategies, conflict resolution, syllabi, paperwork, grading, communication, managing facilities and equipment, purchasing, maintenance, storage, lab and material safety, safety equipment, liability, and negligence.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark I Completed
  
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    STMED-401 Capstone: Math and Science Education


    (1 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Synthesis of material learned in the math and science education program and study of educational research, evidence-based practice, and professional development.
    Prerequisite: Benchmark I completion
  
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    STMED-460 Teaching Methods for Science and Technology Education


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Development and implementation of lessons, demonstrations, learning activities, and formative assessments.
    Prerequisites: Benchmark I completion and STMED-260  

Service Management

  
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    SRVM-111 Introduction to Global Service Management-HT


    (3 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Principles of service management with emphasis on trends, career opportunities, and global economic impact of service sectors.
  
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    SRVM-149 Cooperative Education Experience


    (1-6 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industry experience. Generally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous one.
    Department Consent
  
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    SRVM-249 Cooperative Education Experience


    (1-6 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industry experience. Generally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous one.
    Department Consent
  
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    SRVM-349 Cooperative Education Experience


    (1-6 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industry experience. Generally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous one.
    Department Consent
  
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    SRVM-354 Services Marketing Management-Ht


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Marketing management concepts, issues and terminology unique to the service sector. Strategies used by service marketers will be analyzed and contrasted with other economic sectors.
    Prerequisites: take HT-344  or BUMKG-330  
  
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    SRVM-398 Service Management Field Experience


    (1-2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Off-campus work and study in an approved position to better understand the challenges and potentials of various careers in the hospitality area.
  
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    SRVM-410 Electronic Service Management-Ht


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Overview, identification, and evaluation of service management components of electronic commerce relationships within the market/ workplace.
  
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    SRVM-420 International Service Concepts


    (3 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    National and cultural constraints and expectations that impact planning, execution, and evaluation of service quality. Cultural, business, managerial and behavioral foundations supporting success in an international service context.
    Prerequisite: take SRVM-111  
  
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    SRVM-449 Cooperative Education Experience


    (1-6 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industry experience. Generally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous one.
    Department Consent
  
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    SRVM-498 Service Management Field Experience-HT


    (1-2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Off-campus work and study in an approved position to better understand the challenges and potentials of various careers in the hospitality area.
    Department Consent
    Must be Senior level or higher
  
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    SRVM-499 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent

Social Work

  
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    SOCWK-205 Introduction To Social Work and Social Welfare Policy


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    An introduction to the history, values and ethics, theoretical frameworks, various practice areas, and philosophy of social work. Educating on social work’s role with cultural competency, social justice, social welfare and social policy will be discussed.
  
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    SOCWK-397 Native American Service-Learning Partnership Course


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Service-learning and undergraduate research course to apply cultural competence, child development practices, applied theories, historical milestones, research techniques, and engagement methods to a service experience.  Mutually-beneficial, educationally-based mentorship intervention with at-risk youth at a tribal school.
  
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    SOCWK-420 Human Behavior in the Social Environment


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Biological, ecological, sociological, psychological, cultural,and spiritual development throughout the life cycle.  Human development with the social environment emphasis from micro (individuals), mezzo (groups and families), and macro (community and organizations) perspectives and various theoretical frameworks.  Apply core social work competencies.
  
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    SOCWK-430 Social Work Practice Methods:Individuals


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Knowledge and skills of the intervention level of individuals (micro) social work practice:  client interviewing, evidence-based assessments and interpersonal skills.  Linkage to families, groups and communities/organizations.  Apply social work competencies.
  
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    SOCWK-440 Social Work Practice Methods:Groups and Families


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Knowledge and skills of the intervention level of groups/families (mezzo) social work practice:  group dynamics and processes, group development and family dynamics with intervention strategies.  Linkage to individuals and communities/organizations.  Apply core social work competencies.
  
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    SOCWK-450 Social Work Practice Methods: Communities & Organizations


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Knowledge and skills of the intervention level of communities and organizations (macro) social work practice:  advocacy, community needs assessments, coalitions, board of directors, leadership, fundraising and policy.  Linkage to individuals and groups with families.  Apply core social work competencies.
  
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    SOCWK-497 Leadership, Service, and Research with Native American Youth


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    This course will advance students’ leadership abilities, research skills, and civic engagement awareness.  Students of this course will help mentor students enrolled in SOCWK 397:  Native American Service-Learning Partnership Course which implements a person-centered, research-driven, theory-grounded, culturally-sensitive, educationally-based mentorship intervention with at-risk Native American youth at their tribal school.
  
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    SOCWK-499 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent

Sociology

  
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    SOC-110 Introductory Sociology


    (3 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Social and Behavioral Sciences - Sociology
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Social interaction in human groups; relationships between individual and group; social inequality; basic social institutions, social change and current social trends; the socio-cultural diversity of groups; the infrastructure and interrelationships of social organizations; and alternative theoretical perspectives for explaining these social phenomenon.
  
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    SOC-199 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-225 Social Problems


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category B, Global Perspective, Social and Behavioral Sciences - Sociology
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological analysis of current social problems in the U.S. and the world.
  
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    SOC-230 Sexualities in Historical and Social Perspective


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category B, Cross-disciplinary Issues
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociology and history of sexual identities and categories and their uses to justify public policy; the normative and institutional context of how power is exercised in relation to sexuality, especially the stratification of society based on sexuality. Contemporary controversies such as gay marriage and other civil rights issues.
    Must be Sophomore level or higher
  
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    SOC-230 Sexualities in Historical and Social Perspective


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category B, Cross-disciplinary Issues
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociology and history of sexual identities and categories and their uses to justify public policy; the normative and institutional context of how power is exercised in relation to sexuality, especially the stratification of society based on sexuality. Contemporary controversies such as gay marriage and other civil rights issues.
  
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    SOC-249 Cooperative Education Experience


    1-(8 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industrial/other experience. Normally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous.
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-275 Sociology of Gender Roles


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category B
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological analysis of social roles played by the sexes.
  
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    SOC-290 Global Political Ecology


    (3 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Cross-disciplinary Issues, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Social, political, and economic origins of contemporary environmental problems from sociological, anthropological and geographic perspectives; social construction of nature and knowledge; environmentalism, environmental racism and environmental justice in cross-cultural perspective; ethical implications of contemporary environmental problems regarding perspectives and distributions of justice.
  
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    SOC-291 Sociology of Health and Illness


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category A, Global Perspective, Cross-disciplinary Issues, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological approaches to health and illness, both domestically and globally, with special emphasis on race and health. Topics include the social distribution of illness; health disparities across race/class/gender; global comparisons in the health of populations; the social construction of illness; the history and structure of health care systems and institutions; and various historical and contemporary health care debates. Health and illness will be considered throughout in terms of social justice and responsibility.
  
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    SOC-293 Environmental Justice


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category A, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Environmental racism; socio-economic inequality and exposure to environmental hazards; race, class, and environmental suffering; grassroots activism and opposition to environmental inequality and racism, particularly among U.S. minority groups; incorporation of environmental justice principles into public policy and corporate decision-making.
  
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    SOC-299 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-315 Criminology


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological analysis of structure and function of criminal law, variables of criminal behavior and operation of criminal justice system.
    Prerequisite: take SOC-110  
  
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    SOC-325 Society and Leisure


    (3 cr.)
    Cross-disciplinary Issues, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Explanations of recreation and leisure structures and processes from multiple theories within sociology and economics; comparative case studies of recreation and leisure; ethical implications of how recreation and leisure are encouraged and pursued in a modern capitalist system, considering various philosophical perspectives of justice.
  
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    SOC-330 Social Theory


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Learning and applying advanced sociological and anthropological theories to social issues. Understanding various tools of explanation in the social sciences, as well as their origins, assumptions, and specific ways-of-knowing. Building a theoretical toolkit with the ability to compare, evaluate and synthesize theories for particular applications.
  
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    SOC-340 Sociology of Work


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Human behavior in various types of employment and occupations; trends in U.S. occupational structure.
  
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    SOC-349 Cooperative Education Experience


    1-(8 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industrial/other experience. Normally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous.
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-350 Sociology of Hmong Culture


    (1 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological overview of Hmong cultural values, history, immigration and resettlement experiences, family and clan functions, and spiritual beliefs and practices.
  
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    SOC-355 Social Psychology


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological theory and approaches to interaction, the social construction of meaning, and identities.  Explore the intersections of social structure, culture, and the self.  Application to contemporary social issues.
  
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    SOC-360 Sociology of Juvenile Delinquency


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Theories of delinquency, criminal behavior, and social control in relation to modern institutions in American culture.
    Prerequisite: take SOC-110  
  
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    SOC-375 Sociology Of Minority Groups


    (3 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category A, Global Perspective, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Social/psychological aspects of interaction between majority and minority groups; trends among minorities in the United States.
  
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    SOC-385 Globalization and Social Change


    (3 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Cross-disciplinary Issues, Social Responsibility and Ethical Reasoning
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Explanations of globalization processes and global governance from multiple perspectives among the social sciences, including sociology and economics; historical origins of global processes and structures; global social change and resistance; ethical implications of globalization outcomes regarding perspectives and distributions of justice.
  
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    SOC-399 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-400 Sociology of Altruism


    (3 cr.)
    Social and Behavioral Sciences - Sociology
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sociological perspective of altruism explored in the context of volunteer public service, and biographies of exemplary public service participants.
    Department Consent
    Prerequisite: Acceptance into University Honors Program
  
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    SOC-410 Sociology of Thailand’s Minority Groups: Study Abroad Program


    (4 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Study abroad program to Thailand. In-depth experiential learning of Thai minority cultures, including religions, socio-political status, Buddhism, health, education, trafficking of women and children, limited citizenship status, and poverty. Field trips to villages, nongovernmental agencies, schools, and clinics.
  
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    SOC-449 Cooperative Education Experience


    1-(8 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Work and study in an approved position to gain business/industrial/other experience. Normally entails recurring, supervised work periods, each one building and expanding on the previous.
    Department Consent
  
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    SOC-499 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent

Spanish

  
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    SPAN-103 Elementary Spanish I


    (4 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Communication Skills
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Understanding, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. Culture of Spanish-speaking peoples, including those in the United States. Grammatical gender, present and past tense verbs, pronouns, adjectives. Supplementary work with audiotapes and computers. Not available for credit to students who took SPAN-121  or SPAN-122 
    Not available for credit to students who took SPAN-121  or SPAN-122  
  
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    SPAN-104 Elementary Spanish II


    (4 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Communication Skills
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Second level of understanding, speaking, reading and writing in Spanish. topics in the culture of Spanish-speaking people, including those in the United States. Compound verb tenses, the subjunctive and commands. Supplementary work with audiotapes and computers. Requires one year of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-103  or SPAN-122 .
    Prerequisites: One year of H.S. Spanish, or SPAN-103 , or SPAN-122  
  
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    SPAN-121 Practical Spanish I


    (2 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Pronunciation, basic phrases for everyday situations, comprehension and production of short written and spoken sentences, basic grammar summary, introductory vocabulary, language in Hispanic and Hispanic-American cultural context. Not available for credit to students who took SPAN-103 
    Not for credit to students who took SPAN-103 .
  
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    SPAN-122 Practical Spanish II


    (2 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Communication Skills
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Second quarter college Spanish. Vocabulary, conversational patterns, irregular present tense verbs, regular and some irregular preterit verbs; object pronouns. Spanish language in the context of Hispanic culture. Not available for credit to students who took SPAN-103 . One semester of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-121  is required. 
    Prerequisite: take SPAN-121 ; not available for credit to students who took SPAN-103 .
  
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    SPAN-201 Intermediate Spanish I


    (4 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Arts and Humanities - Foreign Language and Culture
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Extensive development of vocabulary including common idioms, aural comprehension, correct pronunciation and recognition of verb tenses. Readings and class discussion based on historical background and contemporary Hispanic life, including Hispanic culture in the United States. Two years of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-104  is required. 
    Prerequisite: 2 years of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-104  
  
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    SPAN-202 Intermediate Spanish II


    (4 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Communication Skills
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Complete grammar review of standard Spanish, applicable to both conversational situations and business or personal correspondence. Review of essential vocabulary and phrases. Accuracy and fluency in spontaneous conversation and free composition. SPAN-104  or three years of H.S. Spanish is recommended. Students may incur incidental expenses for software.
    Prerequisite recommendation: SPAN-104  or at least 3 years of HS Spanish
  
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    SPAN-227 Spanish Composition and Conversation I


    (2 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Communication Skills
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Fifth semester college Spanish. Advanced grammar review. Introduction to composition. Writing paragraphs and short essays. Advanced conversation. Emphasis on native-like pronunciation, vocabulary and structural fluency. 
    Prerequisite: 4 years of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-202  
  
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    SPAN-229 Hispanic Literature in America


    (2 cr.)
    Racial & Ethnic Studies Category B, Global Perspective, Foreign Language and Culture
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sixth semester college Spanish. Themes and techniques of Hispanic literature. Vocabulary in Spanish for discussion of a variety of literary genres. Historical and cultural contexts. Emphasis on increasing oral and written fluency in Spanish.
    Prerequisite: 4 years of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-202  
  
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    SPAN-299 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SPAN-304 Latin American Short Story


    (2 cr.)
    Global Perspective, Arts and Humanities - Foreign Language and Culture
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Introduction to the 20th and 21st century Latin American short story. Vocabulary and readings in Spanish of prominent authors and distinct literary periods of this genre. Related historical and cultural contexts. Taught in Spanish.
    Prerequisite: 4 years of H.S. Spanish or SPAN-202  
  
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    SPAN-318 Cinema for Spanish Proficiency


    (2 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Sixth semester college Spanish course on topics for language practice. Outstanding films from the Spanish-speaking world on themes of cultural relevance; advanced composition; advanced conversation and discussion. Taught in Spanish.
    Prerequisite: take SPAN-227  
  
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    SPAN-399 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SPAN-499 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Global Perspective
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent

Special Education

  
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    SPED-100 Introduction to Special Education


    (1 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Introduction to the special education profession. Survey of the history, philosophy, mission, legislation, issues, organization, and resources associated with the profession; and introduction to the professional standards and content guidelines.
  
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    SPED-199 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SPED-299 Independent Study


    (1-3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Department Consent
  
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    SPED-300 Introduction to Individuals with Cognitive Disabilities


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Introduction to etiology of mental retardation; psychological, educational, social and vocational aspects; adjustment techniques used in working with mentally retarded persons.
  
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    SPED-301 Learning Disabilities


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Identification, remediation and evaluation of learning disabled; intervention techniques used with adolescents and adults.
  
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    SPED-305 Introduction to Early Childhood Special Education


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    History and purpose of Early Childhood Special Education. Programming; legislation; population receiving services; adaptations; strategies; family intervention; intervention models; inclusion of all students in the natural environment or least restrictive environment.
  
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    SPED-310 ECSE Methods, Materials and Curriculum


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Curricular and methodological adaptation; embedding goals and objectives for young children with exceptional needs in the areas of social-emotional development, motor skills, self-help skills, communication, cognitive development.
    Prerequisite: take SPED-305  
  
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    SPED-315 Early Childhood Special Education Organization and Implementation


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Organization and implementation of Early Childhood Special Education programs. Service delivery; itinerant services; consultation and collaboration; and intervention models.
    Prerequisite: take SPED-305  
  
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    SPED-320 Early Childhood Special Education Assessment


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Supervised practice in assessment of young children with suspected or identified developmental delays. Standardized and informal assessment instruments for screening; determining eligibility for special needs programming; and progress monitoring of early learning in early childhood children.
    Prerequisites: SPED-305 , SPED-310 , and SPED-315  
  
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    SPED-322 Curriculum & Instruction: Severe Disabilities


    (2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Curriculum and instruction strategies for teaching functional academics, personal/social, vocational, and community living skills to individual with sever and profound disabilities.
    Prerequisites: take SPED-300  and SPED-430  
  
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    SPED-323 Mild Disabilities: Social Studies and Science


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Curriculum and methods of teaching students with mild cognitive, learning, and emotional/behavioral disabilities in the content areas of social studies, science, and in general education. Strategies that facilitate integration, improve maintenance and generalization of skills, promote transitions, increase self-awareness and self-management, and compensate for learning deficits.
    Prerequisites: take SPED-300 , SPED-301 , and SPED-430  
  
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    SPED-324 Curriculum & Instruction: Career & Transition Education


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Curriculum and instruction for persons with disabilities in prevocational, career education, career preparation, and transition, stressing collaboration between education, community-based service providers, and families.
    Prerequisites: take SPED-300  and SPED-430  
  
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    SPED-326 Pre-Student Teaching: Cognitive Disabilities


    (2 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: Yes
    Supervised experience in observing, planning instruction, and teaching children and youth with cognitive disabilities in a cross-categorical school environment. Repeatable three times for credit.
    Department Consent
    Prerequisites: Benchmark 1 completion and SPED-300  
  
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    SPED-328 Assessment for Individual Education/ Transition Plans


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Diagnosing behavior and learning problems of students with exceptional education needs. Preparing individual educational and transitional plans based on comprehensive assessments.
    Benchmark I Completed
  
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    SPED-330 Introduction to Communication Disorders


    (3 cr.)
    Repeatable for Credit: No
    Nature, causes of and methods used when working with individuals who have speech and language disorders.
 

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