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ADE 6678. The Socio-Historical Context of Adult Education
3(3,0). Graduate standing or C.I. An overview of adult education examining the historical and philosophical roots, the current social context and the multiple disciplinary perspectives that inform the field.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
BTE 6935. Seminar in Business Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Current problems, issues, and trends in business education.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
CAP 5055. AI for Game Programming
3(3,0). PR: CS Foundation Exam or EEL 4851C or C.I. Surveys cutting-edge AI techniques for video games and board games and contrasts them with more traditional approaches.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5100. Human-Computer Interface Design
3(3,0). PR: COP 4331C, graduate standing and/or approval of the Director of the Software Engineering Certificate Program. Focuses on dynamics of human-computer interaction. Provides a comprehensive overview of HCI design as a software discipline. Features a user-centered approach to Web-based application design.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5415. Computer Vision
3(3,0). PR: COP 3503C, MAC 2312 and COT 3960. Image formation, binary vision, region growing and edge detection, shape representation, dynamic scene analysis, texture, stereo and range images, and knowledge representation.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5510. Bioinformatics
3(3,0). PR: Background in programing language or molecular biology. This course introduces problems, concepts, algorithms, and applications in Bioinformatics. It covers essential topics such as sequence alignment and prediction of gene and protein structure.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5512. Evolutionary Computation
3(3,0). PR: CAP 4630 or COP 3503C or C.I. This course covers the field of evolutionary computation, focusing on the theory and application of genetic algorithms.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5610. Machine Learning
3(3,0). PR: CAP 4630 or C.I. Origin/evaluation of machine intelligence; machine learning concepts and their applications in problem solving, planning and "expert systems" symbolic role of human and computers.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5636. Advanced Artificial Intelligence
3(3,0). PR: CAP 4630. Al theory of knowledge representation, "expert systems", memory organization, problem solving, learning, planning, vision, and natural language.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5725. Computer Graphics I
3(3,0). . Architecture of graphics processors; display hardware; principles of programming and display software; problems and applications of graphic systems.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 5738. Visualization Techniques for Data Analysis
3(3,0). COP 3330, COP 3502C. Techniques for visualization that are useful for analyzing and presenting quantitative information are covered. Projects analyze one or more real-world publicly-available datasets. Understanding the data, visualizing it, creating hypotheses, and visually exploring them. Application of statistical techniques to test hypotheses about data trends and visualize how well their hypotheses match with their analysis.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CAP 6105. Pen-Based User Interfaces
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5610 or C.I. Designed to give students a thorough understanding of the techniques, algorithms, and evaluation methodologies used in designing and developing pen-, sketch-, and gesture-based user interfaces.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6121. 3D User Interfaces for Games and Virtual Reality
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5725 or C.I. Introduction to the design, implementation, and evaluation of the fundamental techniques in spatial 3D interaction.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6133. Advanced Topics in Computer Security and Computer Forensics
3(3,0). COP 5611, COT 5405, CNT 5008. Advanced topics in computer security and forensics such as cryptography; automatic instrusion detection, advanced pattern matching, statistical techniques, firewalls, and vulnerability scanning.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6135. Malware and Software Vulnerability Analysis
3(3,0). PR: CNT 4704 or equivalent and CGS 5131, or C.I. Analyzes computer malicious codes, such as virus, worm, trojan, spyware, and software vulnerabilities, such as buffer-overflow.
Even Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6307. Text Mining I
3(3,0). COP 3330, CAP 4630; or C.I. Extracting knowledge from unstructured text collections. Document indexing, similarity and summarization, clustering, classification, named entity recognition and relation extraction, text stream processing. Several programming assignments.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CAP 6315. Social Media and Network Analysis
3(3,0). CAP 5316. Techniques developed by the computer science research community for analyzing social networks and social media datasets.
Summer
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CAP 6318. Computational Analysis of Social Complexity
3(3,0). CAP 5316. Computational concepts, principles, modeling and simulation approaches used to analyze complex social and economic phenomena, leveraging the availability of large amounts of data, and elements of complexity theory.
Odd Spring
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CAP 6411. Computer Vision Systems
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5415. Recent systems contributing toward recognition, reasoning, knowledge representation, navigation, and dynamic scene analysis. Comparisons, enhancements, and integrations of such systems.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6412. Advanced Computer Vision
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5415. Computational theories of perception, shape from IX� techniques, multi-resolution image analysis, 3-D model based vision, perceptual organization, spatiotemporal model, knowledge-based vision systems.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6419. 3D Computer Vision
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5415 or EEL 5820 or C.I. 2D/3D Projective Geometry, Projective Transformation Estimation, Camera Calibration, Single View Modeling, Bi-focal Modeling, Fundamental Matrix, Stratified Structure, Homography, Tri-focal Tensor, Auto-Calibration, Cheirality.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6515. Algorithms in Computational Biology
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405 or CAP 5510. This course will concentrate on algorithmic problems in computational biology.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6517. Computational Genomics
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5510. This course will summarize computational techniques for comparing and analyzing genomics; (DNA) sequences.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6545. Machine Learning Methods for Biomedical Data
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5510 or C.I. Summarize computational techniques for bridging two fields: machine learning and biomedical science to illustrate successful data mining and knowledge discovery in an interdisciplinary context.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6616. Neuroevolution and Generative and Developmental Systems
3(3,0). PR: COP 3503C or C.I. Focuses on evolving neural networks for difficult sequential decision and control tasks and associated issues in efficient encoding and representation.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6640. Computer Understanding of Natural Language
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5636. A study of the different approaches to build programs to understand natural language. The theory of parsing, knowledge representation, memory, and inference will be studied.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6671. Intelligent Systems: Robots, Agents, and Humans
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5610 or C.I. Includes practical techniques for designing intelligent agents capable of planning, learning, and cooperation. Discussion of psychological/social issues.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6675. Complex Adaptive Systems
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This course is an introduction to the field of complex adaptive systems and will cover basic definitions, theoretical background, and empirical analyses.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6676. Knowledge Representation
3(3,0). CAP 5636. Topics covered include terminological languages, logicist approaches, ontologies, ontological and conceptual relativity, processes, intangibles, time, building large knowledge bases, and complexity analysis.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6701. Real-time Realistic Rendering
3(3,0). PR: CAP 4720 or CAP 5725. GPU Programming; State-of-the-art algorithms for: Real-time rendering of a lighting effects and realistic materials; Real-time volume rendering; real-time simulation and rendering of smoke.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6721. Ray Tracing
3(3,0). PR: CAP 5725, programming experience. Advanced graphics: Implementation of ray tracing algorithm plus extensions, spatial subdivisions, MC sampling, camera models, texture mapping, instancing.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CAP 6737. Interactive Data Visualization
3(3,0). COP 5711. Principles and techniques for interactive data visualization that are useful for analyzing, presenting and exploring information are covered. The emphasis will be on algorithmic aspects of developing interactive visualization. The students will receive practical experience of building interactive visualization systems.
Spring
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CAP 6942. Project in Data Analytics
3(3,0). COP 5711, CAP 5610, CNT 5805 and STA 6704. A project-focused course that demonstrates mastery of data analytics through development of novel algorithms or innovative application of existing techniques for data mining applications.
Spring,Summer
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CDA 5106. Advanced Computer Architecture
3(3,0). PR: EEL 4768C. Modern processor design, instruction-level parallelism, thread-level parallelism, data-level parallelism, memory hierarchy, and I/O.
Fall,Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CDA 5110. Parallel Architecture and Algorithms
3(3,0). PR: COT 4210, CDA 5106. General-purpose vs. special-purpose parallel computers; arrays, message-passing; shared-memory; taxonomy; parallelization techniques; communication synchronization and granularity; parallel data structures; automatic program restructuring.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CDA 6107. Parallel Computer Architecture
3(3,0). PR: CDA 5106. Principles and trade-offs in the design of parallel architectures, shared-memory, message-passing, dataflow, data-parallel machines, cache coherence protocols, and consistence models.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CDA 6530. Performance Models of Computers and Networks
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Performance models of computer systems and networks using probability models and discrete event simulations. Queuing theory and modeling tools.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CEN 5016. Software Engineering
3(3,0). PR: COP 4331C. Application of formal software processes, engineering methods, and documentation standards to the development of large scale software systems. A team project is required.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CEN 6075. Formal Specification of Software Systems
3(3,0). PR: Discrete math (equivalent to COT 3100C, MAD 2104, or MHF 3302) or C.I. Issues and current research in formal specification and verification of software-intensive systems. mathematical models and formalisms.
Odd Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CEN 6087. Cloud Computing
3(3,0). PR: CDA 5106 or C. I. Introduces cloud computing, infrastructure, applications, architecture, resource management, security, cloud storage systems and networks for computer clouds.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CGS 5131. Computer Forensics I: Seizure and Examination of Computer Systems
3(3,0). PR: Computer literacy and C.I. Legal issues regarding seizure and chain of custody. Technical issues in acquiring computer evidence. Popular file systems are examined. Reporting issues in the legal system.
Material & Supply Fee: $50.00
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CIS 6206. Electronic Discovery for Digital Forensics Professionals
3(3,0). CGS 5131 or C.I. This course will introduce experienced digital forensics students to legal and practical issues regarding electronic discovery, including legal requirements, technical solutions and practical aspects.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CIS 6207. The Practice of Digital Forensics
3(3,0). PR: CGS 5131 and CNT 6418, or C.I. Application of digital scientific techniques to solve information assurance, forensic and legal problems.
Fall,Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CIS 6386. Operating Systems and File System Forensics
3(3,0). PR: CGS 5131 or C.I. In-depth coverage of computer forensics related issues associated with multiple operating systems, multiple file systems, and applications.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CIS 6395. Incident Response Technologies
3(3,0). PR: CGS 5131 and CNT 6418, or C.I. This course covers security incidents and intrusions. Topics include: identifying and categorizing incidents, responding to incidents, log analysis, network traffic analysis, and tools.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CNT 5008. Computer Communication Networks Architecture
3(3,0). PR: EEL 4768C. Computer networks, layers, protocols and interfaces, local area networks networking.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CNT 5410L. Cyber Operations Lab
3(1,3). IDC 5602 or C.I. Programming, software, and hardware components for cybersecurity operations related to system administration, firewalls, cyber attack, cyber defense, security, secure architectures at network and computer level.
Summer
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CNT 5805. Network Science
3(3,0). Undergraduate degree in CS, EE, or CpE. The emerging science of complex networks and their applications. Focus will be on algorithms, mathematical theories, and computational methods that analyze complex networks and predict their behavior.
Even Fall
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
CNT 6418. Computer Forensics II
3(3,0). PR: CGS 5131 or C.I. Computer network protocols and security models, cryptography, network intrusion detection and prevention, digital evidence collection and legal issues involved in network forensics, wireless security and forensics.
Material & Supply Fee: $50.00
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CNT 6519. Wireless Security and Forensics
3(3,0). PR: CGS 5131 or C.I. Advanced topics in wireless network security, security management, cryptography, wireless forensics and related areas.
Odd Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
CNT 6707. Advanced Computer Networks
3(3,0). PR: CNT 5008 or C.I. Recent advances in computer networks, overlay and multihomed networks, routing and multicasting, Internet friendly protocols, congestion control, QoS-differentiated services, cellular networks.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 5021. Program Analysis
3(3,0). PR: COP 4020 and COT 4210 or C.I. Static analysis of programs including theoretical and practical limitations, data flow analysis, abstract interpretation, and type and effect systems. Tools to automate program analysis.
Even Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 5537. Network Optimization
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Techniques for modeling complex, interconnected systems as networks; optimization with graph theory; algorithms, data structures, and computational complexity; statistical methods for studying large, evolving networks.
Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 5611. Operating Systems Design Principles
3(3,0). PR: COP 4600. Structure and functions of operating systems, process communication techniques, high-level concurrent programming, virtual memory systems, elementary queuing theory, security, distributed systems, case studies.
Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 5621. Compiler Construction
3(3,0). COP4020 and COT 4210. Techniques in the design and implementation of compilers. Optimization, code generation, error recovery, attributed grammars. A project is required.
Odd Fall
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 5711. Parallel and Distributed Database Systems
3(3,0). PR: COP 4710. Storage manager, implementation techniques for parallel DBMSs, distributed DBMS architectures, distributed database design, query processing, multidatabase systems.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 6526. Parallel and Cloud Computation
3(3,0). COP 5711. The course introduces students to parallel computing across the hardware-software stack. Special emphasis is placed on parallel programming using emerging architectures and technologies.
Fall
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
COP 6614. Operating Systems Techniques
3(3,0). COP 5611. Techniques in the design and implementation of operating systems. Case studies of several experimental and commercial operating systems.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 6616. Multicore Programming
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405 or C.I. The course focuses on the computational principles, algorithms, and tools for multi-processor programming. Topics of study include programming models and frameworks, lock-free synchronization, transactional memory.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 6730. Transaction Processing
3(3,0). PR: COP 4710. Transaction models, transaction monitors, isolation concepts and lock manager implementation, log manager, transaction manager, file and buffer management, client-server computing.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COP 6731. Advanced Database Systems
3(3,0). PR: COP 5711. Selected topics concerning object-oriented databases, multimedia databases, active databases, temporal databases, spatial databases, and information systems.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 5405. Design and Analysis of Algorithms
3(3,0). PR: COT 4210. Classification of algorithms, e.g., recursive, divide-and-conquer, greedy, etc. Data Structures and algorithm design and performance. Time and space complexity analysis.
Fall,Spring
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6410. Computational Complexity
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405. Properties of algorithms, computational equivalence of machines, time-space complexity measures, examples of algorithms of different complexity, classification of algorithms, classes P and NP.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6415. Complexity of Parallel Computation
3(3,0). PR: CDA 5110, COT 6410. Theoretical models justification and buildability inherent parallelism and communication costs. Lower and upper complexity bounds. Parallel computation thesis. NC, SC classes; paradigms of parallel algorithms.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6417. Algorithms on Strings and Sequences
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405 or C.I. Study of algorithms for exact and approximate string pattern matching, sequence alignment and multiple string alignment.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6505. Computational Methods/Analysis I
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405. Analysis of direct and iterative solutions of systems of linear equations, eigenvalues and vectors and roots of nonlinear equations, error analysis.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6600. Quantum Computing
3(3,0). PR: COT 5405. This course introduces basic concepts in quantum circuits and quantum algorithms.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
COT 6602. Introduction to Quantum Information Theory
3(3,0). PR: COT 6600 Quantum Computing. Basic concepts in quantum information theory and quantum error correcting codes.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Computer Science
EBD 6117. Behavior Disorders in Schools
3(3,0). Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Assessment analysis of behavior disorders, cause and effects, identification and theories.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EBD 6226. Theory and Application for Emotionally Handicapped
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Study of various approaches to use in teaching emotionally handicapped children interpersonal and cognitive skills with special emphasis on the severe and moderate populations.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECT 6791. Research in Career Education
3(3,0). PR: EDF 6432 or EDF 6481 or C.I. Curricular, instructional, demographic, and trends research in the field of career education.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 5207. Management of Vocational Programs
2-4(2-4,0). PR: Rank III Certificate or C.I. Study and achievement of selected competencies needed by vocational teachers, supervisors, and local administrators in the management of vocational education programs in the schools.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 5265. Cooperative Programs in Vocational Education
2-4(2-4,0). PR: Regular Certificate or C.I. Study of cooperative vocational programs and achievement of competencies needed to establish, manage, and coordinate co-op program activities in all vocational areas.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 5561. Student Guidance in the Vocational Program
2-3(2-3,0). PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Achievement of skills used by teachers as they gather student data, confer with students, and help students plan for employment or further education.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6067. History of Career Education in the United States
3(3,0). PR: EDF 6432 or EDF 6481 or C.I. A detailed examination of federal legislation, associations, organizations, people, events, and other key factors that define the history of career education in the U.S.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6105. Vocational Program Planning, Development, and Evaluation
2-4(2-4,0). PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Achievement of selected teacher competencies related to program objectives, courses of study, long-range plans, and techniques for evaluating vocational program effectiveness.
Even Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6205. Administration in Vocational Education
3(3,0). PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Administrative responsibilities in a local program of vocational education that includes two or more fields of occupational education.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6206. Supervision in Vocational Education
3(3,0). PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Supervisory techniques for planning and implementing improvement of staff, curriculum, and personal relations in vocational education.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6666. Issues in Career Education
3(3,0). PR: EDF 6432 or EDF 6481 or C.I. An examination of current issues in career education including changing work force demands and implications for secondary and postsecondary career education.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ECW 6695. School/Community Relations for Vocational Education
2-4(2-4,0). PR: Basic Teacher Certificate or C.I. Achievement of proficiency in the use of media techniques to promote the vocational program. Development and maintenance of productive relationships between school and community groups.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6043. On Course: Steering Students Toward Success
2(2,0). PR: C.I. Provides faculty with strategies, tactics, and tools to improve interactivity to distance learning.
Even Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6044. Career Exploration in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Explore the practical application in career decision-making in Higher Education through personal and professional analysis.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6045. First Year College Experience
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Focus on critical first year college experience through existing research and practice. Students design a first year experience program within an institution of their choice.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6046. Diversity in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Introduction to theory, research, and practice of historical and contemporary diversity issues in American higher education: race, class, gender, and sexuality as they relate to institutional issues, administrators, faculty, and students.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6047. Theories of College Student Development
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Study of the composition of student populations in American colleges and universities and the theories and factors within the learning environment which support student development.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6053. The Community College in America
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Study of the history, philosophy, goals, and mission of the community college. Functions, policies, practices to satisfy local needs.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6054. Issues in Postsecondary Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. The course focuses on organization, management and leadership in postsecondary education, the non-compulsive educational level following completion of high school (community colleges, virtual universities).
Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6065. History and Philosophy of Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Early European and American universities, both state and private. Also considers small and private junior and senior colleges.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6067. International Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Examines the variegated nature and activities of international higher education from the perspective of both theory and practice .
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6081. Contemporary Problems in Community Colleges
3(3,0). PR: EDH 6204 or C.I. Analysis of the critical issues facing community colleges today and in the near future.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6105. Retention Strategies in Colleges and Universities
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing. Analyzing educational and political ramifications of college attrition, with focus on variation in retention practices and strategies.
Even Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6204. Community College Organization, Administration, and Supervision
3(3,0). PR: C.I. An analysis of the organizational structure and administrative functions of the community college as they relate to instruction and curriculum.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6215. Community College Curriculum
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Examination of the background, development, function, and goals of the curriculum of the community college.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6305. Teaching and Learning in the Community College
3(3,0). PR: EDF 7232. Focuses on teaching effectiveness in the community college.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6407. Ethical and Legal Issues in Student Personnel
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Studies of ethical and legal issues in College Student Personnel.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6504. Institutional Advancement in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to graduate program in Education or C.I. Examination of current issues and trends in Institutional Advancement in Higher Education.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6505. Finance in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Completion of Phase II of Education Professional Preparation or C.I. Fundamental considerations in the finance of institutions of higher education.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6632. American Professoriate and College Presidency
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Similarities/differences among American professoriate and college presidency in various institutions and academic disciplines. Topics relevant to faculty careers, higher education administration, student affairs, and public policy.
Odd Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6634. Student Personnel Services in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: C.I. A basic introduction to student personnel services which covers philosophy, history, functions, theory, and issues.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6635. Organization and Administration of Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Major trends and challenges of higher education organization and administration; provides synthesis and integration of historical and contemporary issues of academic governance and leadership from theoretical and practical perspectives.
Even Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6655. Athletics in the American University
3(3,0). Graduate standing or C.I. An examination of the historical and contemporary role of athletics in the American University with explicit focus on the student athlete and student support services of athletes.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6656. Academic Success and the Student Athlete
3(3,0). Graduate standing or C.I. This course will examine the factors related to academic success including issues related to the organization and structure of athletic support services.
Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6935. Capstone Seminar in College Student Personnel
3(3,0). PR: C.I. A study of current issues in college student personnel with primary emphasis on the role of professionals and the challenges they may encounter.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 6936. Seminar for Future Professoriate
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the Professoriate graduate certificate program or C.I. Diverse expectations and career trajectories of university faculty, professional portfolios, and critical analysis of strengths and weaknesses. Graded S/U.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7040. Research on the College Student
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing. Introduction to theoretical concepts and research findings related to student characteristics, college environments, choice, student development, attrition, persistence, cognitive and affective development, and general outcomes.
Even Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7056. Politics/Governance/Finance Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing or C.I. Study of policy developmental process, governance issues, and financial issues in higher education.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7066. Higher Education: Philosophical/Historical Perspectives
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. This course examines basic philosophical positions and history of American higher education, historical research methods, and related applications: developing educational philosophy and historical research skills.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7207. Curriculum, Instruction, & Distance Learning in Higher Education
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. Curriculum, Instruction, & Distance Learning in Higher Education examines curriculum and instructional methodologies and ways that distant learning can be used to improve student learning outcomes.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7208. International Perspectives of Higher Education
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. To increase understanding of global perspectives, this course explores worldwide tertiary education systems, related collaborations, issues and trends, and the impact of politics, economies, and cultures.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7366. Assessment Practices in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing or C.I. Prepares higher education leaders with necessary knowledge, understanding, and skills to create and conduct effective assessment programs and activities.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7401. Higher Education and Public Policy
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing. Course examines development and analysis of US Higher Education policy issues, socio-political contexts at play in policy processes, and how competing policy agendas are negotiated.
Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7405. Legal Issues in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing or C.I. Addresses legal framework of public and private institutions of higher education with emphasis on case law related to organization, governance, faculty, students, curriculum, and environment. Exploration of key laws and legal concepts applicable to American institutions of higher education, including how to weigh and balance competing rights and responsibilities of institutions, faculty, staff, and students.
Even Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7409. Legal Issues in Higher Education II
3(3,0). PR: EDH 7405. Advance legal aspects in public and private institutions of higher education including case law implications of collective bargaining and relationships between colleges and students.
Odd Fall,Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7508. Finance in Higher Education
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. This course is designed to provide students with fundamental considerations, research, theory and practice regarding the funding of higher education institutions.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7631. Managing change, conflict, and stability in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing or C.I. Course introduces and defines nature of change, and reviews theories of transformation in higher education; investigates various higher education change models and practical change strategies.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7636. Organizational Theory & Practices in Higher Education
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. Explores theories and models of organizations and their applicability to colleges and universities and the work done in them.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7638. Advanced Seminar in Higher Education
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing or C.I. Course explores "the enduring enigmas" in Higher Education, those long-contested controversies forging the patterns and traditions of our colleges and universities.
Even Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7665. Higher Education Leadership
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. To increase understanding of research, theories, models and issues related to higher education leadership including administration, college presidency, and faculty roles.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDH 7980. Dissertation
VAR(VAR,VAR). PR: Doctoral standing. Dissertation credits course for Higher Ed doctoral students. Graded S/U. May be repeated for credit.
Even Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EDS 6365. Education and National Development
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing. This course explores current issues and relationships between education and national development by studying multinational institutions and nongovernmental organizations engaged in educational planning worldwide.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 5205. Programs and Trends in Early Childhood Education
3(3,0). PR: Regular Certificate or C.I. Philosophy, content, facilities, instructional materials, and activities appropriate for children ages 3 to 8 years; current research; issues and trends. Concurrent laboratory experiences.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 5206. Organization of Instruction in Early Childhood Education
3(3,0). PR: Regular certificate or C.I. Organization in instruction relating to language arts, social sciences, mathematics, health and physical education, problems relating to reading readiness and cognition (K-3). Concurrent laboratory experiences.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 5745. Child Life: Psychosocial Care of Children in Health Settings
3(3,0). PR: EEC 3700 or C.I. Course teaches Child Life theory and practice to students wanting to work with children, youth, and their families in hospitals and pediatric health settings.
Odd Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6216. Communicative Arts in Early Childhood Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Study of young children's many forms of linguistic pictorial, and three-dimensional expression and communication.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6269. Play Development, Intervention, and Assessment
3(3,0). . Explores play development, facilitation, intervention, and assessment.
Even Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6405. Home-School-Community Interaction in Early Childhood Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing. Explores the knowledge and skills necessary to form partnerships with families and the community to enhance the care and education of young children.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6406. Guiding and Facilitating Social Competence
3(3,0). . Provides students with techniques to facilitate and guide the behavior and emotional growth of young children.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6525. Early Childhood Program Administration
3(3,0). Graduate standing. Organizational and administrative theories as they relate to practice in selected early childhood services.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6606. Global Issues in Early Childhood
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This course is designed to provide our students with global perspectives on early childhood development and engage our students in international research activities.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 6947. Practicum in Child, Family, and Community Sciences
6(1-6,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Field-based placement in a social service agency, childcare center, hospital, or school, working with a mentor family liaison to develop skills/ knowledge with diverse families.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7055. Advocacy, Public Policy, and Program Evaluation
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. Research-based practice as it relates to child advocacy and changes in public policy.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7058. Theoretical Foundations of Early Childhood
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. Theoretical bases of early childhood, philosophy, and current research in early childhood.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7409. Current Trends in Child, Family, and Community Sciences
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. This course examines emerging and current trends in the field of Child, Family, and Community Sciences.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7673. Early Childhood: Professional Publishing and Grant Writing
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. This course examines the aspects of grant writing and writing of professional journals for the field of early childhood.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7676. Critical Analysis of Early Childhood Research
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. This course examines research, theories, and trends in early childhood and how they influence perspectives related to young children.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7945. Early Childhood: Internship in Teaching and Supervision
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. Examine and practice the various roles of an early childhood college professor focusing on undergraduate teaching and supervision. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 4 times.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEC 7948. Early Childhood: Internship in Research
3(3,0). PR: Admission to the program or C.I. Examine and practice the various roles of an early childhood college professor focusing on research. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 4 times.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEE 6721. Evolvable Hardware
3(3,0). EEL 5722C or C.I. Evolvable digital and analog computing hardware, including intrinsic and extrinsic reconfigurable architectures, self-adapting circuits, and autonomous computing architectures.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEL 5268. Communications and Networking for Smart Grid
3(3,0). EEL 4515C. Introduction to smart grid communication infrastructure, communication technologies in smart grid, communication networking in smart grid, communication for vehicle-to-grid systems, secure communication and networking.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEL 5706. Resilient Computer System Design
3(3,0). EEL 4768 or CDA 5106 or EEL 5708, or C.I. Advanced concepts in hardware/software fault tolerance: fault models, coding in computer systems, module and system level fault detection mechanisms, such as TMR, rollback, and recovery.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEL 5796. Big Data Computer Architecture and Systems
3(3,0). EEL 4768 or CGS 3763 or C.I. Computer hardware architecture and operating systems design, implementation and administrative techniques for big data computing platforms which run applications to analyze datasets of massive size and dimensionality.
Even Fall,Odd Spring
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEL 6361. Emerging Device Computing Architectures
3(3,0). CDA 5106 or EEL 5708 or C.I. Post-CMOS logic devices. Spintronic logic and memory systems. Memristor-based processing elements. Logic-In-Memory and non-Boolean computing approaches. System design and performance assessment, and applications.
Occasional
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEL 6364. Neuromorphic Computing Architecture, Circuit and Device
3(3,0). EEL 5825 or EEE 5390 or C.I. Advanced concepts in neuromorphic computing architectures and its hardware implementations using nano-scale emerging spin-transfer torque and memristor devices.
Fall
ECS - Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science
EEX 5051. Exceptional Children in the Schools
3(3,0). PR: Senior standing or C.I. Characteristics, definitions, educational problems, and appropriate educational programs for the exceptional children in schools.
Fall,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 5702. Planning Curriculum for Pre-Kindergarten Children with Disabilities
3(3,0). . Focus on curriculum planning; developmentally appropriate practices and implementation of individualized instruction for pre-kindergarten children with disabilities.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 5750. Communication with Parents and Agencies
3(3,0). . Presentation of methods of interacting with community agencies, supporting and collaborating with families, developing a case management system, and facilitating program transition.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6017. Typical and Atypical Applied Child Development
3(3,0). . Focus on the stages and sequence of development and the impact of disabilities and biomedical risk factors on learning and development.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6028. Challenges of Poverty in Special Education
3(3,0). C.I. Examines the impact of poverty on students with disabilities in high poverty schools and the challenges this impact has on teaching these students.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6061. Instructional Strategies Pre-K-6
3(3,0). . A varying exceptionalities strategies (SLD, EH, MH) course using a cross-categorical model. The course is concerned with the pre-k handicapped child through grade 6. A required field experience must be completed with the class depending on prior experience.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6065. Programming for Students with Disabilities at the Secondary Level
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. and EEX 5051. Addresses instructional needs of secondary students with disabilities. It provides information on instruction, academic and social-personal skills, and transition planning.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6107. Teaching Spoken and Written Language
3(3,0). . Diagnosis and remediation of spoken and written language problems found in the exceptional populations. Overview of alternative methods of communication.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6218. Diagnostic Assessment and Intervention Planning in Exceptional Education
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This course develops advanced instructional and intervention planning and decision-making knowledge and skills using school and classroom-based instructional data in reading and mathematics.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6222. Observation and Assessment of Young Children
3(3,0). . Study of formal and informal observation and assessment.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6246. Nature of Autism: Theory and Educational Practice
3(3,0). . Theory and teaching applications for students with autism spectrum disorders includes 20 hour field-based experience. Designed for application towards requirements for State Endorsement in Autism.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6295. Assessment and Curriculum Prescriptions for the Exceptional Population
3(3,0). . Addresses contemporary assessments and models for assessing exceptional children. Also addresses curriculum and prescription.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6297. Assessment, Diagnosis, and Curriculum Prescriptions for Students with Autism
3(3,0). . Contemporary assessments and models for assessing exceptional children to address curriculum and prescription. Specific emphasis is placed on assessment of students with autism spectrum disorders.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6342. Seminar-Critical Issues in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: EEX 5051. An examination of research and current literature dealing with some of the critical issues in all areas of special education.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6524. Organization and Collaboration in Special Ed
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Addresses evaluation, assessment, personnel resource, grant writing, and other administrative issues. Presents collaborative models of intervention and service delivery.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6612. Methods of Behavioral Management
3(3,0). . Analysis of the principles of behavior management and precision teaching and application of these principles to the solving of classroom management problems.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6759. Transition Planning and Interdisciplinary Teaming for Students with Disabilities
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Interdisciplinary teaming to include available resources, the recognition of the role of parents, teachers, and other professionals; functional community-based curriculum; employability skills; and transition planning.
Fall,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 6863. Supervised Teaching Practicum with Exceptional Children
2-7(12-40). PR: Bachelor?s degree, approved program, and C.I. Supervised observation and teaching of an exceptional student.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7320. Program Evaluation and Planning in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Focus on evaluation models and summative program evaluations. Students are required to demonstrate knowledge of systemic program planning, models of program funding and program change.
Odd Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7428. Personnel Preparation: Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Focus on issues and strategies in preparation of teachers for students with disabilities; course development, implementation, adaptations/ modifications for pre-service personnel with disabilities.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7527. Professional Writing Grant Writing in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Writing for professional publication in special education; review and edit works of others; grant writing and review for private foundations and state and federal agencies.
Fall,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7536. Seminar: Urban Special Education Leadership
3(3,0). PR: Doctoral standing. Focus on how districts, schools, and communities can improve educational outcomes for children with disabilities and children who are at risk in urban settings.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7766. Technology Research Training in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Computer-assisted instruction and technology with special needs populations, demonstrates emerging technologies and provides instruction in personal productivity tools for special educators in higher education.
Even Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7865. Internship in College Instruction in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Supervised experience in design, delivery, and evaluation of a college course in special education or disability services.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7866. Internship in Practicum Supervision in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to Education PhD program. Supervised experience in observing, supervising, and evaluating student teacher performance in a practicum setting in special education or disability services.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7936. Current Issues Trends in Special Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD Education program. Analysis and review of contemporary issues and trends in special education, selecting and; defending a position on efficacy, legal, ethical, social, and policy issues.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EEX 7947. Internship in Special Education Policy and Leadership
3(0,3). PR: Admission to Exceptional Education track of the Ph.D. in Education or C.I. Supervised internship experience in policy analysis and application in special education and disability services. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 3 times only when course content is different.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ELD 6146. Instructional Strategies for Students with Learning Disabilities
3(3,0). . Instructional strategies for students with specific learning disabilities to include development, implementation, and evaluation of individualized educational plans and adaptation of curriculum and materials.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
ELD 6944. Diagnostic Learning-Disabilities Laboratory
1(0,1). CR: ELD 6112 (Foundations and Diagnosis of LD). A laboratory designed for individual competence measurement of testing evaluation skills.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EMR 6235. Nature of Severe and Profound Disabilities: Theory and Educational Practice
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing. Overview of theory and teaching applications for students with severe and profound disabilities including major theories and trends, appropriate learning goals, teaching approaches, and environmental arrangements.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EMR 6365. Teaching Students with Mental Disabilities
3(3,0). . Strategies for teaching students with mental disabilities: development, implementation, and evaluation of individualized plans; special approaches to teaching functional skills; developmental programming; data-based management.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
EPD 5395. Physical and Sociological Implications of Handicapping Conditions
3(3,0). . Overview of physical and sociological factors which may contribute to delayed learning or physical impairments in the exceptional populations. Physical interventions and first-aid practices are examined.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
GEY 5600. Physiology of Aging
3(3,0). BSC 2010C or PCB 3703C or APK 4110C or equivalent. The purpose of this course is to develop the student's understanding of the effects of human aging on various body systems.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 5005. Introduction to the Counseling Profession
3(3,0). PR: Completion of Phase II of Education Professional Preparation or C.I. Overview of the philosophy, organization, administration, and roles of counselors in various work settings.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6020. Mental Health Care Systems
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005 or C.I. Foundations of mental health counseling including organizational, administration, fiscal, and accountability structures.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6070. Diagnosis and Treatment in Counseling
3(3,0). PR: MHS 6400, MHR 6401. Examines diagnosis in the assessment and treatment of mental disorders and the use of the DSM IV. Disorders reviewed with emphasis on symptoms and implications for treatment.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6220. Individual Psychoeducational Testing I
3(3,0). . An overview of appraisal instruments for individual testing with emphasis on administration, scoring, and interpretation. Designed for practitioners interested in understanding individual assessment.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6221. Individual Psychoeducational Testing II
3(3,1). PR: C.I. Analysis of test theory and practice in administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests assessing achievement, visual-motor and cognitive ability, adaptive behavior, and self-concept.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6245. Assessment and Treatment in Addictions
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Application of assessment and treatment models in addictions, and the ethical application of services to support persons with addictions and chemical dependency and their families.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6306. Applied Career Development
3(3,0). PR: EDH 6044. A study of career development theories, concepts and models in the delivery of career services in a variety of career development settings.
Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6307. Applied Career Development II
3(3,0). PR: EDH 6044 Career Development; MHS 6306. This course is designed to offer students practical supervised experiences in the delivery of career development services.
Even Fall,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6400. Theories of Counseling and Personality
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005 or MHS 6020, EDF 6481, or C.I. Major theories and approaches to counseling, correlating them with counterpart theories of personality and learning.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6401. Techniques of Counseling
3(1,2). PR: MHS 6400 or C.I. The nature of counseling and its relationships to theoretical concepts.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6403. Group and Family Play Therapy
3(3,0). MHS 6421. This practical course provides an overview of using different mediums of play therapy, including expressive arts, groups of children, and families for a systemic approach.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6407. Counseling for Wellness
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Introduction to wellness concepts and topics in counseling including spirituality, health, stress research, positive assessment and others.
Odd Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6420. Foundations of Multicultural Counseling
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005 or C.I. Reviews knowledge and research pertaining to multicultural counseling and social justice issues, develops skills and personal awareness, and examines attributes that affect counseling diverse populations.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6421. Foundations of Play Therapy and Expressive Arts
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. This course addresses the theories and application of principles of play and expressive arts in the counseling process with children.
Fall,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6422. Advanced Theories and Techniques of Play Therapy
3(3,0). PR: MHS 6421. This course provides an in-depth study of play therapy counseling theories, utilizing didactic and experiential mediums to enhance the students' development of play therapy skills.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6424. Filial Therapy
3(3,0). PR: MHS 6421. This course teaches students how to include parents in the play therapy process through learning a specific model of filial in a 10-week group experience.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6430. Family Counseling I
3(1,2). PR: MHS 5005 or MHS 6020 or C.I. Presentation of specific family counseling theories. An evolution and current state of the art.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6431. Family Counseling II
3(1,2). PR: MHS 6430, EDF 6481, or C.I. Presentation of techniques to work with entrenched, paradoxical, and �fixed� family systems that pose problems for the family and the counselor.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6440. Couples Counseling
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Overview of couple counseling theory and technique. In addition, the course covers special problems and stressors in the couple relationship.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6450. Addictions Counseling
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Examination within systematic, theoretical framework of the function that a substance, individual, and the environment play in use and abuse of illicit and licit substances.
Fall,Even Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6465. Counseling Victims and Perpetrators of Family Violence
3(3,0). . Examination of counseling interventions used with victims and perpetrators of family violence.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6470. Human Sexuality and Relationships
3(3,0). . A basic course in understanding how human beings form intra- and interpersonal relationships and how sexuality develops.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6500. Group Procedures and Theories in Counseling
3(3,0). PR: MHS 6401. This course is designed to give the student an understanding of the role of theories in group counseling as well as the many process applications of groups.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6510. Advanced Group Counseling
3(1,2). PR: MHS 6500 or C.I. This course is designed to give students practical experience in leading groups. It is also intended to challenge students to explore professional and advanced issues in group counseling.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6702. Ethical & Legal Issues
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Studies of ethical standards and legal issues in counseling and other human service professions.
Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6803. Practicum in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005, MHS 6400, MHS 6401, MHS 6500, C.I. Supervised counseling emphasizing competence in (1) individual counseling (2) working with groups (3) tests in educational-career-personal counseling. May be repeated for credit.
Odd Fall,Even Spring,Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 6830. Counseling Internship
1-6(1,1-6). PR: C.I. Supervised placement in setting appropriate for program track. May be repeated for credit.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7311. Technology Issues in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD in Education--Counselor Education track. Technology issues in counselor education including ethics, use of on line counseling, on line supervision, and addiction.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7340. Advanced Career Development
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD in Education. An advanced study of career development theories, occupational and educational information, approaches to career decision-making, lifestyle and leisure in the development of the whole person.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7406. Advanced Theories in Counseling
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD program in Education--Counselor Education track. Examination of counseling theories including historical foundations and emerging theories.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7611. Supervision in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD in Education--Counselor Education track. An examination of the process and various theories of supervision in counselor education.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7700. Professional Issues in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD program in Education--Counselor Education track. Emphasis on professional issues related to counselor education including teaching, research, and service.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7730. Research Seminar in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD in Education. An examination of outcome research design, methodological issues and empirical basis of counseling.
Even Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7801. Advanced Practicum in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD program in Education--Counselor Education track. This course provides advanced graduate students an opportunity to demonstrate and develop counseling skills.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7808. Practicum in Counseling Supervision
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD program in Education. Integration of theory and practice in counseling supervision.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
MHS 7840. Internship in Counselor Education
3(3,0). PR: Admission to PhD program in Education--Counselor Education track. Examine and practice the various roles within a Counselor Education program under direct supervision.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PEM 5408C. Controlling Classroom Violence
3(2,1). Graduate standing; certified teacher. A hands-on course dealing with controlling disruption and violence as well as how teachers can protect themselves.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PEO 5645C. Coaching Football
3(2,1). C.I. Advanced principles and methods common to the coaching of football. Includes teaching and training methods, organization, motivation and strategies.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6062C. Perceptual Motor Development
3(2,1). . Theoretical and laboratory study of the relationship between perceptual motor development and learning. Special attention is given to identifying and remediating motor deficit.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6086. Exercise As Preventive Medicine
3(3,0). PET 6388. Prevention of select major risk hazards through exercise intervention.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6367. Bioenergetics of Human Movement and Performance
3(3,0). APK 4110C (or equivalent). Analysis of substrate metabolism at rest, during acute exercise and following exercise training.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6515. Assessment and Evaluation in Sport and Exercise Science
3(3,0). Admission to the program or C.I. Techniques of assessment and evaluation of human performance and their applications to health, sport, and exercise science.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6521. Exercise Physiology Instrumentation
3(3,0). . Instrumentation management and assessment protocols related to select exercise physiological parameters: anthropometric, bioenergetic, blood lactate, joint flexibility, and muscle rheology, strength and fatigue curve measurements.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6645. Advanced Studies in Adapted Physical Education
3(3,1). EEX 5050. Survey course that addresses the development, educational, and socialization needs of exceptional children. A minimum of 15 observation hours are required.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6646. Methods and Curriculum in Adapted Physical Education
4(3,1). PET 6645, PET 6655. Individualized educational and developmental programming for exceptional children. Presents models of service delivery and instruction. Practicum required.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6647. Program Development in Adapted Physical Education
3(3,1). C.I. Development of appropriate physical education programs for exceptional children. Course includes teacher-consultant, collaboration, in-service training, legislative issues, resource utilization.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 6655. Developmental Aspects of Motor Disabilities
3(3,1). C.I. Addresses developmental aspects of motor and health disabilities. A developmental focus is presented. Observation required.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 7365. Cardiovascular Dynamics During Exercise
3(3,0). Doctoral standing, PET 6388 or equivalent, or C.I. An examination of the cardiovascular regulatory mechanism responsible for the adjustment to acute and chronic exercise.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 7368. Regulation of Metabolism During Exercise
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. An examination of the metabolic regulatory mechanism responsible for the adjustment to acute and chronic exercise.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
PET 7535. Research & Experimental Design in Exercise Physiology
3(3,0). Doctoral standing or C.I. An examination of different experimental designs and application to exercise physiology research.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SDS 6347. Career Development
3(3,0). PR: C.I. A study of career development theories, occupational and educational information, approaches to career decision-making life-style and leisure in the development of the whole person.
Odd Fall,Even Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SDS 6411. Counseling with Children and Adolescents
3(3,0). PR: EGC 6436 and EDF 6155 or C.I. Study of counseling theory, process, and techniques as applied to children and adolescents. Course will contain an experiential component.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SDS 6620. Coordination of Comprehensive Professional School Counseling Programs
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005, MHS 6400, MHS 6401, MHS 6500, MHS 6702. In-depth analysis of comprehensive developmental professional school counseling programs, including the coordination of these programs.
Odd Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SDS 6947. Internship in Professional School Counseling
1-6(1, 1-6). PR: MHS 5005, MHS 6400, MHS 6401, MHS 6500, MHS 6702, MHS 6803, SDS 6620. Supervised fieldwork experience in professional school counseling, emphasizing experiences that support the development of student interns' counseling competencies and delivery of comprehensive services to all students. Graded S/U. May be repeated for credit.
Even Fall,Even Spring,Even Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPM 5506. Financial Issues in Sports and Fitness
3(3,0). C.I. Examines basic financial concepts including understanding annual reports, developing budgets, financial analysis, and examining methods for increasing revenue and controlling cost in the sport industry.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPM 6158. Leadership and Management in Sports and Fitness Programs
3(3,0). C.I. Examines leadership, management fundamentals, professional knowledge, sports personnel and evaluation systems, leadership ethics, and communication skills required of leaders in the sports industry.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 5177. Enhancing Individual and Student IQ
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Students will understand IQ malleability and methods of enhancing IQ. Students will analyze acquisition of knowledge gained from methods of scientific inquiry regarding individual differences.
Even Spring,Even Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 5605. Building and Improving Relationship and Emotional Intelligence
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing or C.I. Students will learn to develop and improve relational and emotional intelligence and demonstrate an understanding of social emotional learning and how it enhances psychosocial wellbeing.
Odd Spring,Odd Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6125. Preschool Psychoeducational Assessment
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. Analysis of test theory and practice in administration, scoring, and interpretation of instruments assessing cognitive, visual-motor ability and adaptive behavior with preschool children.
Material & Supply Fee: $42.00
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6175. Cultural Diversity and Nonbiased Assessment
3(3,0). . An investigation of some of the major multicultural issues with emphasis on administration, scoring, and interpretation of instruments related to this population.
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6191. Individual Psychoeducational Diagnosis I
4(4,0). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. CR: SPS 6946L. Measurement of students' achievement and cognitive functioning. Administration, scoring, and interpretation of contemporary iterations of achievement and processing measures used in school psychology.
Material & Supply Fee: $40.00
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6192. Individual Psychoeducational Diagnosis II
4(4,0). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. CR: SPS 6946L. Measurement of students' intellectual and cognitive functioning. Administration, scoring, and interpretation of contemporary iterations of IQ measures used in school psychology.
Material & Supply Fee: $70.00
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6194. Assessment of Special Needs
3(3,0). PR: SPS 6191, SPS 6192. Measurement of social, behavioral, and emotional functioning in children and adolescents.
Material & Supply Fee: $51.00
Occasional
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6206. Psychoeducational Interventions
3(3,0). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. This course will enable school psychology students to link psychoeducational assessment results to systematic, evidence-based psychoeducational interventions to improve student functioning.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6225. Behavioral and Observational Analysis of Classroom Interactions in Schools
3(3,0). PR: Graduate admission. An intensive review of the principles and procedures of applied behavioral and observational analysis and assessment as they relate to changing behavior in schools.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6402. Applied Prevention & Intervention in Schools I
3(3,0). C.I. Students will understand and apply behavioral prevention and intervention strategies in school and school-related settings.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6403. Applied Prevention & Intervention in Schools II
3(3,0). Graduate standing and C.I. Students will understand and apply academic prevention and intervention strategies in school and school-related settings.
Fall,Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6601. Introduction to Psychological Services in Schools
3(3,1). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. A course presenting an overview of the philosophy, organization, programs, and operation of school psychological services.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6606. Consultation in School Psychology
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. School Psychology theories and models of school consultation and clinical practice in the consultative role.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6608. Seminar in School Psychology
3(3,0). PR: C.I. Diagnostic, instructional, and prescriptive intervention techniques.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6700. Advanced Psychoeducation and Data-Based Decision Making
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. Principles of advanced psychoeducation for teaching, response to intervention, and data-based decision making in schools.
Fall
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6703. Child and Adolescent Deviant Behavior and Treatment
3(3,0). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. Behavior disorders in school-age children and adolescents as classified in current terminology, and a review of treatment options such as therapy and medication.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6801. Developmental Bases of Diverse Behaviors
3(3,0). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. The major social and educational policy concerns posed by developmental and cultural diversity in our society, with implications for teaching, learning and intervention.
Spring
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6815. Legal and Ethical Issues in Professional School Counseling
3(3,0). PR: MHS 5005 and MHS 6400. Ethical and legal standards, their evolution, and application specific to professional school counseling will be presented in the form of case studies and ethical dilemmas.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6931. Ethical and Legal Issues in School Psychological Services
3(3,0). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. Introduction to ethical codes, professional standards, ethical-legal decision-making models and case studies impacting the delivery of school psychological services.
Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6946L. Practicum in School Psychology
3(0,3). PR: Graduate admission and C.I. Provides each student with an orientation to public schools and experiences which broadly sample the spectrum of psychoeducational assessment and interventions for practicing school psychologists. Graded S/U. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 2 times.

ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences
SPS 6948. School Psychology Internship
6(0,6). PR: Graduate standing and C.I. Supervised placement in school setting. Graded S/U. May be used in the degree program a maximum of 6 times.
Fall,Spring,Summer
ED - Department of Child, Family and Community Sciences


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