Dec 08, 2019  
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-2019 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Psychology

   •  PSYC 4396 - Directed Individual Study
   •  PSYC 4398 - Applied Experience

Reading Education

   •  READ 0399 - Basic Reading and Comprehension
   •  READ 3310 - Principles and Practices of Early Reading Instruction
   •  READ 3320 - Principles and Practices of Reading Instruction
   •  READ 3321 - Principles and Practices of Reading Instruction, Grades 4 – 8
   •  READ 3351 - Diagnosis and Correction of Reading Problems
   •  READ 3352 - Content Area Reading for Elementary Students
   •  READ 3353 - Content Area Reading for Secondary Students
   •  READ 3355 - Teaching Reading in the Secondary School
   •  READ 3356 - Technology and Literacy
   •  READ 4352 - Advanced Practices in Reading/ Language Arts
   •  READ 4380 - Children’s and Adolescents’ Literature
   •  READ 4394 - Field Experiences in Reading
   •  READ 4696 - Directed Individual Study

Religious Studies

   •  RELS 3301 - History of World Religions
   •  RELS 4390 - Topics in Religious Studies
   •  RELS 4396 - Directed Individual Study

Science, Mathematics and Technology Education

   •  SMTE 0091 - Biological Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0092 - Biomedical Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0093 - Chemistry Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0094 - Geology Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0095 - Physics Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0096 - Environmental Science Laboratory Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0097 - Art Student Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 0098 - Theatre Student Safety Seminar
   •  SMTE 1350 - Fundamentals of Mathematics I
   •  SMTE 1351 - Fundamentals of Mathematics II
   •  SMTE 3315 - Foundational Approaches to the Physical Sciences
   •  SMTE 3316 - Foundational Approaches to the Life Sciences
   •  SMTE 3352 - Fundamentals of Mathematics III
   •  SMTE 4217 - Secondary Approaches to the Life Sciences
   •  SMTE 4270 - Science Education Topics I
   •  SMTE 4273 - Historical Development of the Sciences
   •  SMTE 4320 - Secondary Science Laboratory Techniques
   •  SMTE 4370 - Mathematics Education Topics I
   •  SMTE 4382 - Basic Mathematics From An Advanced Viewpoint
   •  SMTE 4490 - Selected Topics
   •  SMTE 4496 - Directed Independent Study

Sociology

   •  SOCI 1301 - Human Societies
   •  SOCI 2319 - Social Psychology
   •  SOCI 3301 - Cultural Anthropology
   •  SOCI 3310 - Sociology through Film
   •  SOCI 3312 - Racial and Ethnic Relations
   •  SOCI 3315 - Population
   •  SOCI 3320 - Sociology of Gender
   •  SOCI 3321 - Mexican American Women
   •  SOCI 3340 - Sociology of the Family
   •  SOCI 3349 - Sociology of Deviant Behavior
   •  SOCI 3350 - Sociology of Education
   •  SOCI 3370 - Native Americans in North America
   •  SOCI 4301 - Social Theory
   •  SOCI 4310 - Sociology of Work and Occupations
   •  SOCI 4312 - Social Class and Inequality
   •  SOCI 4315 - Complex Organizations
   •  SOCI 4318 - Social Change and Modernization
   •  SOCI 4320 - Sociology of Sports
   •  SOCI 4325 - Medical Sociology
   •  SOCI 4326 - Food and Society
   •  SOCI 4331 - Juvenile Delinquency
   •  SOCI 4335 - Criminology
   •  SOCI 4365 - Coming of Age: Sociology of Youth through Early Adulthood
   •  SOCI 4375 - Graying in America: Sociology of Retirement
   •  SOCI 4385 - Senior Seminar in Sociology
   •  SOCI 4390 - Topics in Sociology
   •  SOCI 4396 - Directed Individual Study
   •  SOCI 4398 - Applied Experience
   •  SOCI 4445 - Social Research Methods

Social Work

   •  SOCW 3301 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  SOCW 3310 - Approaches to Social Welfare
   •  SOCW 3320 - Social Services in the Community
   •  SOCW 3350 - Social Work Practice
   •  SOCW 4396 - Directed Individual Study
   •  SOCW 4398 - Applied Experience

Spanish

   •  SPAN 1311 - Spanish I
   •  SPAN 1312 - Spanish II
   •  SPAN 2311 - Spanish III
   •  SPAN 2312 - Continuing Spanish
   •  SPAN 2313 - Spanish for Heritage Speakers
   •  SPAN 2316 - Spanish for the Professions
   •  SPAN 3302 - Spanish Composition
   •  SPAN 3303 - Spanish Conversation
   •  SPAN 3304 - Spanish Civilization
   •  SPAN 3305 - Spanish American Civilization
   •  SPAN 3307 - Spanish Literature I
   •  SPAN 3308 - Spanish Literature II
   •  SPAN 3309 - Spanish American Literature I
   •  SPAN 3310 - Spanish American Literature II
   •  SPAN 3311 - Spanish Phonetics
   •  SPAN 3312 - Spanish Grammar
   •  SPAN 3313 - Spanish Translation
   •  SPAN 3315 - Civilizations of the Spanish-Speaking World
   •  SPAN 3317 - Introduction to Hispanic Linguistics
   •  SPAN 4301 - Spanish Civil War and Literature
   •  SPAN 4302 - Mexican Narrative
   •  SPAN 4303 - Spanish in the Southwest
   •  SPAN 4304 - Miguel de Cervantes’ Don Quijote
   •  SPAN 4305 - Latin American Novel
   •  SPAN 4313 - Spanish Interpretation
   •  SPAN 4320 - Spanish in the Americas
 

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