2016-2017 Graduate Academic Catalogue 
    
    Jul 17, 2019  
2016-2017 Graduate Academic Catalogue [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Liberal Studies: Historical Approaches

   •  LS 711 - Comedy and the Novel
   •  LS 712 - Nature: The History of a Philosophical Concept
   •  LS 713 - The Many Faces of Immigration
   •  LS 715 - Detective Fiction and the Quest Romance
   •  LS 720 - Forgiveness and Revenge
   •  LS 723 - Challenges of Radical Dissent

Liberal Studies: Themes in the Modern Experience

   •  LS 640 - Contemporary Mysticism and Spirituality
   •  LS 642 - Science, Magic, and Religion: European Cultural History of the Scientific Revolution
   •  LS 644 - African American Religious Thought
   •  LS 645 - The Pre-Civil Rights Movement: The Generation before Brown, 1932-1954
   •  LS 646 - The Philosophy of Happiness
   •  LS 647 - Jesus and Relationships
   •  LS 649 - Philosophical Anthropology in Slave Narratives
   •  LS 650 - The Absurd in Life and Literature
   •  LS 651 - Fashion and Philosophy
   •  LS 652 - Making Foreign Policy
   •  LS 654 - Spiritual Classics from the East
   •  LS 655 - World Short Fiction: Diversity and Common Ground
   •  LS 656 - Numeracy: A Language of the World and the Imagination
   •  LS 657 - Democracy and Democratization
   •  LS 658 - Revisiting the Classics
   •  LS 659 - Violence and Competition in Urban America
   •  LS 660 - Practicing Death
   •  LS 661 - Exploring Digital Culture
   •  LS 662 - Generosity
   •  LS 663 - Between the Cracks: Reviving Neglected Texts
   •  LS 664 - Work and American Identity
   •  LS 665 - The Law as a Tool for Social Change
   •  LS 666 - Personhood at the Extremes
   •  LS 730 - Tragedy, Comedy, and the Human Condition
   •  LS 731 - The American Sixties: Transformations in Film and Fiction
   •  LS 733 - Philosophy of Culture and the American Dream
   •  LS 735 - We Are What We Buy: The Culture of Consumption
   •  LS 736 - The Experience of Evil
   •  LS 740 - Bargains with the Devil: The Faust Legend in Literature, Film, and Popular Culture
   •  LS 741 - Stories of the South
   •  LS 742 - Shades of Black: Film Noir and Post-War America
   •  LS 743 - We Are What We Eat: Food and the American Identity
   •  LS 744 - American Manhood in the Making
   •  LS 745 - After King: Civil Rights and the Black Freedom Movement, 1968-1985
   •  LS 747 - New Myths on the American Landscape: Writing (and) the American Dream
   •  LS 748 - The Psychoanalysis of Culture
   •  LS 750 - Studies in Catholic Autobiography
   •  LS 751 - Holy Land: Freedom and Truth in a Violent World
   •  LS 752 - Sex and Modernity
   •  LS 753 - Philosophy of Peace
   •  LS 755 - The Dynamic of the City
   •  LS 756 - Service and Meaningful Work
   •  LS 757 - The American Short Story
   •  LS 758 - How to Read the World: First Signifiers
   •  LS 759 - That Shakespearean Cinema

Literacy

   •  RE 510 - History and Foundations of Literacy Instruction
   •  RE 523 - Elementary Literacy and Literature
   •  RE 524 - Assessments in Bilingual and Second Language Education
   •  RE 531 - Adolescent Literacy and Literature
   •  RE 601 - Media Literacy Education
   •  RE 602 - Second Language Development: Theory and Practice
   •  RE 603 - Language, Literacy, and Culture
   •  RE 604 - Methods for Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
   •  RE 605 - Principles and Practices of Teaching Writing
   •  RE 609 - Disciplinary Literacy
   •  RE 622 - Guiding Classroom Instruction in Literacy
   •  RE 670 - Teacher Research and Inquiry
   •  RE 725 - Literature for the Adolescent
   •  RE 733 - Teaching Reading in the Content Area I
   •  RE 737 - Literacy Assessment I
   •  RE 739 - Literacy Assessment II
   •  RE 740 - Literacy Leadership
   •  RE 744 - Teaching Reading in the Content Area II
   •  RE 756 - School Year Practicum in Literacy I
   •  RE 757 - School Year Practicum in Literacy II
   •  RE 758 - Summer Practicum in Literacy
   •  RE 760 - Processes and Acquisition of Literacy
   •  RE 761 - Materials for Teaching Reading
   •  RE 762 - Assessment and Instruction in Reading I
   •  RE 763 - Assessment and Instruction in Reading II
   •  RE 770 - Literacy Education Seminar

Media

   •  ME 601 - Exploring Digital Culture
   •  ME 602 - Content Creation Seminar
   •  ME 701 - Ethics and Policies Seminar
   •  ME 710 - Media Innovation
   •  ME 715 - Emerging Media in Strategic Communication
   •  ME 720 - The User Experience
   •  ME 725 - Emerging Media Applications
   •  ME 730 - Social, Political, and Cultural Impact of New and Emerging Media
   •  ME 735 - Emerging Media Law and Regulation
   •  ME 740 - Global Communication and Social Media: Policy and Trends
   •  ME 795 - Emerging Media Internship
   •  ME 796 - Emerging Media Capstone Project I
   •  ME 797 - Emerging Media Capstone Project II
   •  ME 798 - Emerging Media Capstone Project I and II
   •  ME 799 - Capstone Continuation Guidance

Montessori Education

   •  MO 599 - Montessori Elementary Preparatory Course
   •  MO 624 - Practicum I
   •  MO 625 - Practicum II
   •  MO 626 - Practicum I
   •  MO 628 - Practicum II
   •  MO 630 - Human Relations and Self-Awareness among Young Children
   •  MO 631 - Language Arts/Reading Curriculum and Instruction
   •  MO 632 - Mathematics and Science Curriculum and Instruction
 

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