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2009-2010 Graduate Catalog [Archived Catalog]

Courses


 
   •  ENG 566 - Literary Criticism
   •  ENG 567 - Literature and Psychology
   •  ENG 581 - Narrative Theory
   •  ENG 595 - Specialized Studies
   •  ENG 599 - Independent Study
   •  ENG 620 - British Writers
   •  ENG 625 - Issues and Themes in British Literature
   •  ENG 630 - American Writers
   •  ENG 635 - Issues and Themes in American Literature
   •  ENG 640 - Special Topics in Drama
   •  ENG 643 - Critical Response/Critical Reputation: William Faulkner
   •  ENG 645 - Special Topics in Poetry
   •  ENG 650 - Special Topics in Fiction
   •  ENG 655 - Special Topics in Nonfiction Prose
   •  ENG 666 - Specific Topics in Critical Theory
   •  ENG 670 - European and Colonial Writers
   •  ENG 675 - Issues and Themes in European and Colonial Literature
   •  ENG 685 - Issues and Themes in African and Asian Literature
   •  ENG 690 - Internship in College Teaching
   •  ENG 691 - Internship in College Teaching
   •  ENG 695 - Thesis
   •  ENG 699 - Reading for Examination
   •  GEO 417 - Sedimentary Petrology
   •  GEO 486 - Field Techniques
   •  GEO 581 - Geology Field Program
   •  GEO 599 - Independent Study
   •  GRT 501 - Introduction to Gerontology
   •  GRT 520 - Social Gerontology
   •  GRT 524 - Adult Development and Aging
   •  GRT 532 - Wellness and Fitness for Older Americans
   •  GRT 540 - Mental Health And Aging
   •  GRT 550 - Psychology of Death and Dying
   •  GRT 571 - Professional Seminar in Gerontology
   •  GRT 590 - Internship in Gerontology
   •  HCI 500 - Introduction to Human Computer Interaction
   •  HCI 510 - HCI Methods I - Design and Evaluation
   •  HCI 511 - HCI Methods II - Research and Statistical Methods
   •  HCI 520 - Graphical User Interfaces
   •  HCI 521 - Software Design
   •  HCI 530 - Seminar in Contemporary Topics in HCI
   •  HCI 531 - Seminar in Contemporary Topics in HCI - Vision and Design
   •  HCI 550 - HCI Project I
   •  HCI 551 - HCI Project II
   •  HCI 590 - Independent Study
   •  HCI 691 - HCI Internship
   •  HIS 500 - Historiography: The Historian as Professional
   •  HIS 507 - World War I
   •  HIS 512 - The Early Middle Ages
   •  HIS 513 - The High and Late Middle Ages
   •  HIS 514 - Ancient Greece
   •  HIS 515 - Ancient Rome
   •  HIS 516 - Seminar in Medieval History
   •  HIS 517 - Renaissance Europe
   •  HIS 518 - Reformation Europe
   •  HIS 520 - The French Revolution and Napoleon
   •  HIS 523 - Europe Between the Wars, 1917-1939
   •  HIS 524 - Seminar in Modern European History
   •  HIS 525 - Europe Since 1945
   •  HIS 526 - World War II
   •  HIS 528 - Women in Modern Europe
   •  HIS 544 - History of American Immigration
   •  HIS 545 - The Early Republic: US 1789-1848
   •  HIS 546 - History of Organized Crime
   •  HIS 550 - Seminar in American History
   •  HIS 552 - Seminar in Local and Social History
   •  HIS 557 - America's Vietnam War
   •  HIS 558 - History of Urban America I
   •  HIS 559 - History of Urban America II
   •  HIS 563 - Century of American Revolution, 1689-1789
   •  HIS 566 - The Age of Big Business
   •  HIS 570 - Seminar in Women's History
   •  HIS 576 - Seminar in African History
   •  HIS 577 - Topics in African History
   •  HIS 581 - Topics in Asian History
   •  HIS 582 - Seminar in Gandhi and Non-Violent Conflict Resolution
   •  HIS 583 - Modern China
   •  HIS 585 - Modern Japan
   •  HIS 589 - History of the Middle East
   •  HIS 590 - Directed Readings in History
   •  HIS 593 - Women and War in the 20th Century
   •  HIS 596 - Teaching College History
   •  HIS 598 - Thesis
   •  HIS 599 - Independent Study in History
   •  HSC 545 - Drug Studies and Student Protection Issues for Educators and Counselors
   •  LIT 500 - Critical Literacy and Pedagogy
   •  LIT 501 - Foundations of Literacy: Birth to Adolescence
   •  LIT 504 - Literature, Art, & Media: Childhood
   •  LIT 505 - Literature, Art, & Media: Adolescence
   •  LIT 506 - Writing Lives: Autobiography, Teaching & the Construction of Self in the Context of Others
   •  LIT 507 - Literacy and Learning in the Content Areas
   •  LIT 509 - Evaluating for Reflective Instruction
   •  LIT 510 - Literacy Practicum Childhood Birth to Grade 6
   •  LIT 511 - Language and Literacy Development for All Learners
   •  LIT 512 - Literacy Practicum Adolescence Grades 5-12
   •  LIT 513 - Adolescence Literacy: Assessment and Intervention
   •  LIT 514 - Childhood Literacy: Assessment and Intervention
   •  LIT 515 - Teaching Young Adult Literature
   •  LIT 519 - Literacy Coaching
   •  LIT 530 - Literacy Inquiry Seminar
   •  LIT 598 - Project, Thesis or Culminating Exam
 

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