Financial Aid

www.westga.edu/finaid/

The primary purpose of financial aid programs is to provide assistance to those whose personal and family resources are not sufficient to pay for the total cost of their education. Federal and state governments, the University, foundations, companies, and individuals provide these funds for worthy students. The university community also believes that academic excellence should be rewarded, and, as a result, some scholarships are awarded each year based exclusively on merit.

All applicants interested in federal and state financial aid programs must submit a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and any required documentation regarding their own and their family's financial resources. The exact composition of an aid package depends upon several factors. The extent of a student's financial need, the availability of funds, the student's academic record, and the date of application may affect the aid package. In order to receive financial aid at the University of West Georgia, students must be in good academic standing or they must be accepted for admission.

The principal programs available to the University of West Georgia students are outlined below. More detailed information can be found in the current brochure, Financial Aid Guide. To obtain more information, write to the Department of Financial Aid, telephone the office at 678-839-6421, or visit the website at www.westga.edu/finaid. Questions may be sent by e-mail to finaid@westga.edu.

Financial assistance is not available to those admitted to the University of West Georgia as transient or non-degree post baccalaureate students.

Academic Requirements for Receiving Financial Aid

In order to qualify for financial aid, students must have a high school diploma or GED or have completed homeschooling at the secondary level.

Maintaining Satisfactory Academic Progress

Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) requirements are meant to ensure that students are able to complete their academic program in a timely manner through achieving minimum academic standards. In an age of increasing accountability for the use of federal, state, and institutional student aid funds, institutions of higher education and their students must demonstrate that financial aid funds are being used to assist students in efficiently completing their academic goals.

The University of West Georgia (UWG) has developed the following Satisfactory Academic Progress policy for Financial Aid recipients to encourage student success and accountability in the use of Financial Aid funds for educational purposes. While the University of West Georgia maintains an academic progress policy for the determination of a student’s continued academic eligibility for enrollment purposes, the Satisfactory Academic Progress policy for Financial Aid purposes may be more stringent in some components in order to maintain compliance with Federal Student Aid regulations (34 CFR 668.34).

I. Consistency of Application of SAP Standards

Unless otherwise noted, the SAP requirements as stated apply to all students regardless of the student’s receipt of financial aid funds, the student’s academic classification as an undergraduate or graduate student, or the student’s academic program. Exceptions (as noted below) will include but are not limited to the minimum GPA requirement and maximum time frame hours for graduate students.

II. Frequency of SAP Evaluation

The UWG Financial Aid Office will evaluate all students’ Satisfactory Academic Progress status at the conclusion of each term of enrollment. At UWG, the term of enrollment is the semester. Students enrolled in summer semester will be evaluated for SAP at the conclusion of the summer semester.

III. Grade-Point Average (GPA) Requirement

  1. Undergraduate students will be evaluated each semester on the basis of cumulative GPA and the total number of hours attempted. Hours transferred will be included in determining the total hours attempted; however, the cumulative GPA will be computed only on the work completed at UWG (institutional GPA). The cumulative GPA required to maintain SAP for the total number of hours attempted is given below:
    • 0 – 30 attempted hours = 1.8 minimum institutional GPA
    • 31 – 60 attempted hours = 1.9 minimum institutional GPA
    • 61 attempted hours & above = 2.0 minimum institutional GPA
  2. Graduate students will be evaluated each semester on the basis of cumulative institutional GPA. The minimum cumulative GPA required to maintain SAP is 3.00.
  3. Impacts on GPA regardless of undergraduate or graduate level:
    • Transfer credits will not be included in the quality points or GPA hours. The GPA standard is based on UWG credits only.
    • The first 30 hours of Learning Support (remedial) credits will be excluded from the GPA calculation.
    • Incomplete courses taken at UWG will be excluded from the GPA calculation.
    • Grades of W will be excluded from the GPA calculation (not from the pace of progression requirement; see next section)
    • Grades of F or WF will count in the GPA calculation as 0 quality points.
    • For courses which are repeated at UWG, the last attempt will count in the GPA calculation.
    • These Financial Aid Satisfactory Academic Progress standards do not consider an Academic Renewal GPA. All prior institutional grades are included in the SAP GPA.

IV. Pace of Progression

All students will be evaluated each semester to determine that they are making satisfactory pace of progression through their academic program. A minimum 67% cumulative completion ratio will be required at each evaluation period. Pace of progression is defined as the ratio of the cumulative number of credit hours completed divided by the cumulative number of credit hours attempted:

Cumulative hours earned/Cumulative hours attempted >= 67%

V. Maximum Time Frame

A student must complete their degree requirements within a specified number of attempted hours per the table below:

Degree Program

Maximum Attempted Hours

Bachelor's Degree

180 attempted hour

Master's Degree (36-hour program)

54 attempted hours

Additional Master's Degree

40 attempted hours

Ed.S. (Education Specialist) Degree

41 attempted hours

L5 Certificate (in Addition to Degree)

21 additional attempted hours

Speech Language Pathology (2-year track)

78 attempted hours

Psychology - Option I (Thesis)

59 attempted hours

Psychology - Option II (Non-Thesis)

72 attempted hours

Psychology - Option II (Licensure)

92 attempted hours

Ed.D. (Doctoral Degree in Education)

81 attempted Hours

Ph.D. (Doctoral Degree)

117 attempted hours

VI. SAP Status

VII. Appeals

A student who has been placed on FA Suspension or Maximum Time Frame may appeal the SAP status decision only in cases of extenuating circumstances. Examples of extenuating circumstances for which a student may file an SAP appeal may include a student’s injury or illness, serious illness or death of an immediate family member, or other special circumstances. Each SAP appeal will be reviewed individually and decisions are made on a case-by-case basis as outlined in the procedures given below.

The SAP appeal process requires the submission of a written statement by the student outlining the extenuating circumstances which led to their academic difficulties, how the circumstances have now changed, and the student’s plan for improving the academic status. The written statement must be typewritten, signed by the student, and must specifically address the courses, grades, and terms of enrollment which are affecting the insufficient SAP standing. The appeal must be accompanied by supporting documentation from at least two individuals who can corroborate the student’s circumstances. If the documentation is provided by a professional (business, medical, counselor, clergy, etc.), the documentation must include the institution’s professional letterhead, the professional’s credentials, and must be signed. If a letter of support is provided by a personal reference (teacher, family friend, etc.), the documentation must be signed by that reference.

SAP appeals will be reviewed by a UWG committee comprising FA staff and other faculty/staff representatives. A student who wishes to appeal the decision of the SAP Appeals Committee may submit a second appeal to the Director of Financial Aid. The decision of the Director of Financial Aid is final.

If a student’s SAP appeal is granted by either the SAP Appeals Committee or the Director of Financial Aid, the student will gain eligibility for continued federal, state, or institutional Financial Aid eligibility for one semester only. The student and a representative from the Financial Aid Office will work cooperatively with the student’s academic advisor and the Excel Center to put together an academic plan that will be monitored throughout the semester to be sure the student is making proper academic progress. In cases where it is mathematically impossible to bring the GPA or Pace of Progression ratio to required standards within one semester, the academic plan may be developed across multiple semesters, but it will be evaluated at the conclusion of each semester to be certain that the requirements at each checkpoint are being properly achieved by the student.

If a student’s SAP appeal is denied by either the SAP Appeals Committee or the Director of Financial Aid, the student will not be eligible for federal, state, or institutional financial aid until the student returns the GPA and Pace of Progression ratio to required standards.

VIII. Notification of SAP Status

At each SAP evaluation period, the student’s SAP status will be recorded in BanWeb. Students who are placed on FA Probation, FA Suspension, or Maximum Time Frame will be notified via e-mail to their UWG email account as well as via a postal letter mailed to the permanent address as recorded in BanWeb. Students who are placed on FA Warning will be notified via e-mail to their UWG email account. All notifications will occur within 3 weeks of the conclusion of the semester against which SAP is evaluated.

Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

The University of West Georgia requires that a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) be submitted by each student who applies for federal or state financial assistance each academic year. This form is evaluated by a central processing center using federal guidelines. The University uses this information as one of the main factors in the determination of a financial aid package for the individual student. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid may be submitted on-line at www.fafsa.gov.

Federal Government Programs

All federal programs are subject to change including cancellation and reduction of funds.

Federal Perkins Loan

This loan is awarded by The University of West Georgia to students who demonstrate extreme financial need and are enrolled at least half-time. No repayments are due and no interest accrues until nine months after the student graduates, leaves the University, or ceases to be a half-time student. The simple interest rate is five percent. The minimum repayment is $40 per month, providing the entire loan can be repaid within ten years. A portion of the debt may be cancelled for teaching in certain communities or neighborhoods, or teaching in a Head Start or special education program.

For information concerning repayment, contact the Bursar's office, 678-839-4737.

Federal Work Study Program

This is a federal program through the University of West Georgia offering employment opportunities for students demonstrating financial need. The types of jobs available include clerical, technical, and manual labor as well as positions in the library and laboratories, and community services.

Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan

Any eligible student, regardless of need, may borrow from the Federal Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan Program. The annual loan limits are listed below and include any funds borrowed through the guaranteed program. Repayment of the loan is deferred as long as the student is enrolled at least half-time; however, interest on the loan continues to accrue while the student is enrolled in school. The interest can also be deferred, but would be compounded to the principal of the loan.

Listed below are the maximum amounts a student may borrow each academic year of college:

Provisional/Certification Students

$7,500

Graduate Students

$20,500

An independent student may borrow the following amounts from the unsubsidized loan in addition to the Federal Direct Stafford Loan limits:

Provisional/Certification Students

up to $5,000 a year

*Not to exceed UWG costs of attendance for the academic year.

Veterans and Dependent Benefits

GI Bill benefits are available to qualified veterans and family members of deceased or VA determined 100% disabled veterans. For information contact the Atlanta Regional Veterans Administration Office, 1700 Clairmont Road, Decatur, GA 30033, or telephone 1-888-827-1000. More information is also available by accessing the websites www.gibill.va.gov or www.military.com

Additional information may be found under Veterans Information on the university's Financial Aid website, www.westga.edu/finaid.\

Veterans Certification

The VA Certification Official (VCO) located in the Enrollment Services Center (ESC) completes all GI Bill enrollment certifications for students participating in any of the Veterans Affairs educational assistance programs. As early as possible, preferably after being accepted by the university and at least one month before entering the university, any student planning on enrolling under one of these programs should contact the VA representative in the Enrollment Services Office to initiate enrollment certification procedures. Students requesting enrollment certification for the first time should already be in possession of a Certificate of Eligibility (COE) from the VA. Each VA educational assistance program has its own set of rules/guidelines and students should be prepared to sustain initial university costs since benefits will not begin until several weeks after certification.

Veterans and family members planning to study using GI Bill benefits at the University of West Georgia should apply for admission as any other student. Eligibility for Veterans benefits has no direct relationship to the institution. All financial transactions are directly between the student and Veterans Affairs. The institution serves only as a source of certification and information to Veterans Affairs.

Students receiving Veterans benefits must adhere strictly to a planned program of study as indicated on the schools as well as all VA forms. Program changes must be reported promptly to the university’s (VCO) in the Enrollment Services Center.

Students receiving VA educational benefits are also required to report to the university’s (VCO) any changes in course load, or interruptions in attendance in order to minimize personal liability resulting from overpayment of benefits. Veterans Affairs regulations indicate that students receiving benefits are expected to attend classes regularly. The Enrollment Services Center, therefore, asks faculty members to report prolonged and excessive class absences so that the affected students' enrollment certifications may be terminated in a timely manner.

Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits

Benefits are provided to promote the employment possibilities for disabled individuals. Applicants may be eligible to receive grants covering tuition, fees, books, and supplies. For further information, contact the nearest Vocational Rehabilitation Office. The Bursar's office will work with voc-rehab to assist eligible students.

Refund Policy

Refunds of fees and charges for COMPLETE withdrawal from the university will be based on a pro rata percentage determined by dividing the number of calendar days in the semester that the student completed by the total number of calendar days in the semester. Students who withdraw after 60% of the semester has been completed are not entitled to a refund of charges. Refund schedules and a copy of the Board of Regents policy may be obtained from the Bursar's office, the Enrollment Services Center (ESC), or the Financial Aid Office.

For any questions regarding this policy, contact the Bursar's office in Aycock Hall or call 678-839-4737.

In order to meet Federal Regulations, all refunds will be credited back to Federal Title IV Programs, State Programs, and Private and Institutional Programs
in the following order:

Direct Unsubsidized Stafford Loan

Direct Subsidized Stafford Loan

Federal Perkins Loan

Direct Plus Loan

Federal Pell Grant

Federal SEOG

Other Title IV assistance

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Table of Contents

 

Graduate Catalog 2016-2017

Campus Map

Graduate Studies Calendar

Graduate Programs Committee

University of West Georgia

The University

The University System of Georgia

General Information

Student Affairs and Enrollment Management

Expenses

Admission

International Admissions

Extended Learning

General Academic Policies

Degree Programs

Certificate Programs

Financial Aid

College of Arts and Humanities

Art Education

College of Education

College of Science and Mathematics

College of Social Sciences

Richards College of Business

Tanner Health System School of Nursing

Course Descriptions

Index to Course Listing

Business Education Courses (ABED)

Accounting Courses (ACCT)

Anthropology (ANTH)

Art Courses (ART)

ASTR Courses (ASTR)

Biology Courses (BIOL)

Counseling And Educational Psychology Courses (CEPD)

CEPD 6101 Psychology of Classroom Learning 3/0/3

CEPD 6106 Seminar in Residence Hall Staff Education 2/0/2

CEPD 6131 Counseling Theories 3/0/3

CEPD 6135 Applied Counseling Theories 3/0/3

CEPD 6140 Introduction to Counseling Practice 3/0/3

CEPD 6141 Principles of Clinical Mental Health Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 6143 Professional Counseling Orientation 3/0/3

CEPD 6151 Assessment & Appraisal in Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 6160 Group Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 6170 Foundations of College Student Affairs 3/0/3

CEPD 6172 Theories of College Student Development 3/0/3

CEPD 6174 Higher Education Administration 3/0/3

CEPD 6175 Student Affairs Practicum 3/0/3

CEPD 6176 Legal Issues in Higher Education 3/0/3

CEPD 6178 The American College Student 3/0/3

CEPD 6179 Capstone Seminar: Student Affairs 3/0/3

CEPD 6180 Principles of Professional School Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 6182 Internship: Professional Counseling 1.0 - 6.0/0/1.0 - 6.0

CEPD 6185 Internship: Community Counseling 0/2.0 - 18.0/1.0 - 9.0

CEPD 6186 Internship: School Counseling 1.0 - 9.0/1.0 - 9.0/1.0 - 9.0

CEPD 6187 Practicum: School Counseling 0/3/3

CEPD 6188 Practicum: Professional Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 6189 Practicum: Community Counseling 0/3/3

CEPD 7105 Counseling Accross the Lifespan 3/0/3

CEPD 7111 Diagnosis and Treatment of Mental and Emotional Disorders 3/0/3

CEPD 7112 Career Theory and Intervention 3/0/3

CEPD 7130 Assessment and Effective Use of Data 3/0/3

CEPD 7134 Family Therapy: Theory and Practice 3/0/3

CEPD 7135 Cognitive-Behavior Therapy 3/0/3

CEPD 7136 Counseling Children and Adolescents 3/0/3

CEPD 7137 Sexual Abuse Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 7138 Multicultural Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 7141 Professional Orientation and Ethics in Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 7145 Advocacy and Leadership 3/0/3

CEPD 7152 Research and Program Evaluation 3/0/3

CEPD 7153 Crisis Intervention 3/0/3

CEPD 7155 Substance Abuse Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 7158 Counseling in the Military Community 3/0/3

CEPD 7181 Independent Study 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

CEPD 7182 Directed Readings 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

CEPD 7185 Special Topics in Counseling and Educational Psychology 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

CEPD 8102 Lifespan Human Development 3/0/3

CEPD 8138 Advanced Multicultural Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 8140 Advanced Group Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 8131 Advanced Theories of Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 8141 Supervision in Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 8152 Consultation, Collaboration and Program Development in Counseling 3/0/3

CEPD 8171 Current Issues in Counseling and Supervision 3/0/3

CEPD 8156 Designing Effective Programs 3/0/3

CEPD 8184 Research: Quantitative Analysis 3/0/3

CEPD 8185 Professional Research Writing 3/0/3

CEPD 8189 Advanced Internship 3/0/3

CEPD 8190 Advanced Practicum: School Counseling 0/3/3

CEPD 8191 Advanced Practicum: Community Counseling 0/3/3

CEPD 8194 Research: Mixed Methods Analysis 3/0/3

CEPD 8197 School Guidance Program Development 3/0/3

CEPD 9171 Program Evaluation 3/0/3

CEPD 9183 Directed Doctoral Research 3/0/3

CEPD 9184 Doctoral Seminar Professional Issues 3/0/3

CEPD 9185 Doctoral Seminar-Advocacy for Marginalized and Underserved Populations 3/0/3

CEPD 9186 Doctoral Internship 3/0/3

CEPD 9187 Doctoral Practicum in Supervision 3/0/3

CEPD 9199 Dissertation 1.0 - 12.0/0/1.0 - 12.0

CIED Courses

Chemistry (CHEM)

CIED Courses

Management Information Systems Courses (CISM)

Criminology Courses (CRIM)

Computer Science Courses (CS)

CURR courses

Early Childhood / Elementary Education Courses (ECED)

Economics Courses (ECON)

Educational Foundations Courses (EDFD)

EDAT Courses

Educational Leadership Courses (EDLE)

EDLE 6312 Principles of Leadership 3/0/3

EDLE 6313 Understanding Systems and Change 3/0/3

EDLE 6314 School Business Management 3/0/3

EDLE 6316 School Law, Policy, and Ethics 3/0/3

EDLE 6318 Human Resources Management 3/0/3

EDLE 6320 Supervision of Instruction 3/0/3

EDLE 6322 Curriculum for Educational Leaders 3/0/3

EDLE 6323 Promoting Teaching & Learning 3/0/3

EDLE 6325 Leadership Formation 2/0/2

EDLE 6327 Professional Learning Communities 3/0/3

EDLE 6329 School Operations for Student Learning 3/0/3

EDLE 6330 Building School Culture 2/0/2

EDLE 6331 Advanced Culture Seminar 3/0/3

EDLE 6332 Advanced Change and Improvement 3/0/3

EDLE 6341 Using Data to Improve the School 3/0/3

EDLE 7304 Administration of Special Education Programs 3/0/3

EDLE 7312 Schools and Community Engagement 3/0/3

EDLE 7316 The Teacher and the Law 3/0/3

EDLE 7324 Special Education Law 3/0/3

EDLE 7381 Independent Study 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

EDLE 7382 Directed Readings in Education 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

EDLE 7385 Special Topics 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

EDLE 7394 Educational Workshop 0/3.0 - 9.0/3.0 - 9.0

EDLE 7395 Educational Workshop 0/3.0 - 9.0/3.0 - 9.0

EDLE 7396 Educational Workshop 0/3.0 - 9.0/3.0 - 9.0

EDLE 8301 Educational Leadership Residency Lab I 0/3/3

EDLE 8302 Educational Leadership Residency Lab II 0/3/3

EDLE 8303 Educational Leadership Residency Lab III 0/3/3

EDLE 8304 Leadership for Organizational Change 3/0/3

EDLE 8305 Residency Course: Effective Management to Promote Student Learning 3/0/3

EDLE 8306 Instructional Leadership for Improving 3/0/3

EDLE 8311 Instructional Leadership 3/0/3

EDLE 8312 School Finance and Resource Management 3/0/3

EDLE 8314 Local School Leadership 3/0/3

EDLE 8316 Educational Facilities 3/0/3

EDLE 8320 Designing and Conducting Staff Development Programs 3/0/3

EDLE 8322 Law for School Counselors and Psychologists 3/0/3

EDLE 8324 Ethics in Educational Leadership 3/0/3

EDLE 8326 Politics and Policy in Education 3/0/3

EDLE 8328 Educational Leadership in a Pluralistic/Diversified Society 3/0/3

EDLE 8329 School Leadership in a Pluralistic and Diverse Society 3/0/3

EDLE 8330 Group Leadership Techniques in Administration and Supervision 3/0/3

EDLE 8332 Mediating Conflict in Organizations 3/0/3

EDLE 8334 Curriculum Design 3/0/3

EDLE 8336 Curriculum Inquiry and Change 3/0/3

EDLE 8338 Clinical Techniques in Supervision 3/0/3

EDLE 8383 Research Proposal for Educational Leadership 3/0/3

EDLE 8386 Advanced Internship 0/3/3

EDLE 9004 Teaching the Adult Learner 3/0/3

Education Mathematics Elementary Courses (EDME)

Education Mathematics and Science Courses (EDMS)

EDMT Courses

Educational Research Courses (EDRS)

EDSC Courses (EDSC)

Education Science Elementary Courses (EDSE)

Education School Improvement Courses (EDSI)

School Improvement Courses (EDUC)

English Courses (ENGL)

Finance Courses (FINC)

Foreign Languages (FORL)

French (FREN)

Geography (GEOG)

Geology (GEOL)

German Courses (GRMN)

History Courses (HIST)

HIST 5230 War, State, and Society in Early Modern Europe 3/0/3

HIST 5250 The First World War 3/0/3

HIST 5285 Special Topics in European History 3/0/3

HIST 5385 Special Topics in World History 3/0/3

HIST 5400 Introduction to Public History 3/0/3

HIST 5401 Theory and Practice of Oral History 3/0/3

HIST 5402 Introduction to Archival Theory and Practice 3/0/3

HIST 5403 Introduction to Museum Studies 3/0/3

HIST 5404 History of American Architecture 3/0/3

HIST 5411 European Renaissance in Global Perspective 3/0/3

HIST 5412 The Reformation 3/0/3

HIST 5413 The Atlantic World, 1450-1800 3/0/3

HIST 5417 19th Century Europe, 1789-1914 3/0/3

HIST 5418 20th Century Europe 3/0/3

HIST 5419 The Cold War 3/0/3

HIST 5420 The Holocaust 3/0/3

HIST 5421 Mexico Since Independence 3/0/3

HIST 5422 US-Latin American Relations 3/0/3

HIST 5423 Women and Gender in the Ancient World 3/0/3

HIST 5424 Conflict and Interdependence in South Africa 3/0/3

HIST 5430 The Vietnam War 3/0/3

HIST 5432 The Roman Republic 3/0/3

HIST 5433 Introduction to Modern China 3/0/3

HIST 5436 French Revolution - Napoleon 3/0/3

HIST 5437 France Since 1815 3/0/3

HIST 5440 Modern Germany 3/0/3

HIST 5441 Modern Ireland: 1780 to Present 3/0/3

HIST 5443 Introduction to Modern Japan 3/0/3

HIST 5446 Soviet Russia 3/0/3

HIST 5451 Colonial America, 1492-1763 3/0/3

HIST 5452 American Revolution, 1763-1783 3/0/3

HIST 5453 The New American Republic, 1783-1815 3/0/3

HIST 5454 Jacksonian America, 1815-1848 3/0/3

HIST 5455 Civil War and Reconstruction 3/0/3

HIST 5461 Environmental History 3/0/3

HIST 5463 American Military History 3/0/3

HIST 5464 American Sports History 3/0/3

HIST 5465 U.S. Society and Culture to 1865 3/0/3

HIST 5466 U.S. Society and Culture Since 1865 3/0/3

HIST 5467 Women in American History to 1890 3/0/3

HIST 5468 Women in American History Since 1890 3/0/3

HIST 5469 The Civil Rights Movement 3/0/3

HIST 5471 The Gilded Age and Progressive Era, 1877-1920 3/0/3

HIST 5472 The Rise of Modern America, 1920-1945 3/0/3

HIST 5473 Recent America: The U.S. Since World War II 3/0/3

HIST 5474 History of Georgia 3/0/3

HIST 5475 Southern Families and Communities 3/0/3

HIST 5476 The Old South 3/0/3

HIST 5477 The New South 3/0/3

HIST 5478 American Religion to 1800 3/0/3

HIST 5479 American Religion Since 1800 3/0/3

HIST 5485 Special Topics 3/0/3

HIST 5505 American Foreign Policy since 1898 3/0/3

HIST 6201 Archives Arrangemnt Practicum 0/0/3

HIST 6202 Theory and Method of Material Culture Studies 3/0/3

HIST 6203 Studies and Research Methods in American Folklife 3/0/3

HIST 6283 Continuing Research 0/1/1

HIST 6301 Administration of Museums and Historic Sites 3/0/3

HIST 6302 Collections Management in Museums 3/0/3

HIST 6303 Education and Interpretation at Museums 3/0/3

HIST 6304 Exhibits at Museums and Historic Sites 3/0/3

HIST 6481 Independent Study 0/0/1.0 - 3.0

HIST 6486 Public History Internship 0/0/3

HIST 6684 Historiography 3/0/3

HIST 6685 Special Problems 0/1.0 - 6.0/1.0 - 6.0

HIST 6686 Topics in European History 3/0/3

HIST 6687 Topics in United States History 3/0/3

HIST 6688 Topics in Latin American History 3/0/3

HIST 6689 Topics in Georgia History 3/0/3

HIST 6694 Historical Methods & Writing 3/0/3

HIST 6699 Thesis 3/0/3

Mathematics Courses (MATH)

MATH 5003 Dynamical Systems 3/0/3

MATH 5013 Numerical Analysis 3/0/3

MATH 5014 Numerical Methods 4/0/4

MATH 5043 Number Theory 3/0/3

MATH 5103 Operations Research 3/0/3

MATH 5113 Technology Orientation Survey of Statistics 3/0/3

MATH 5153 Applied Mathematical Modeling 3/0/3

MATH 5180 Math for Mid Sch Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 5203 Mathematical Probability 3/0/3

MATH 5213 Mathematical Statistics 3/0/3

MATH 5233 College Geometry 3/0/3

MATH 5234 College Geometry 4/0/4

MATH 5253 Real Analysis 3/0/3

MATH 5313 Advanced Ordinary Differential Equations 3/0/3

MATH 5353 Complex Analysis 3/0/3

MATH 5363 Partial Differential Equations 3/0/3

MATH 5413 Abstract Algebra I 3/0/3

MATH 5423 Abstract Algebra II 3/0/3

MATH 5473 Combinatorics 3/0/3

MATH 5483 Graph Theory 3/0/3

MATH 5513 Linear Algebra I 3/0/3

MATH 5523 Linear Algebra II 3/0/3

MATH 5613 Introduction to Topology 3/0/3

MATH 5803 Analysis of Variance 3/0/3

MATH 5813 Regression Analysis 3/0/3

MATH 5823 Applied Experimental Design 3/0/3

MATH 5833 Applied Nonparametric Statistics 3/0/3

MATH 5843 Introduction to Sampling 3/0/3

MATH 5885 Special Topics in Applied Statistics 3/0/3

MATH 5985 Special Topics in Mathematics 1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MATH 6003 Dynamical Systems and Applications 3/0/3

MATH 6043 Topics in Number Theory 3/0/3

MATH 6103 Discrete Optimization 3/0/3

MATH 6203 Applied Probability 3/0/3

MATH 6213 Statistical Methods 3/0/3

MATH 6233 Geometry 3/0/3

MATH 6253 Mathematical Analysis I 3/0/3

MATH 6263 Mathematical Analysis II 3/0/3

MATH 6303 Introduction to Mathematical Control Theory 3/0/3

MATH 6363 Partial Differential Equations 3/0/3

MATH 6403 Signal Processing 3/0/3

MATH 6413 Advanced Modern Algebra I 3/0/3

MATH 6423 Advanced Modern Algebra II 3/0/3

MATH 6473 Combinatorial Analysis 3/0/3

MATH 6483 Theory of Graphs 3/0/3

MATH 6503 Numerical Methods in Applied Mathematics 3/0/3

MATH 6513 Applied Linear Algebra 3/0/3

MATH 6613 Inverse Problems 3/0/3

MATH 6713 Strategies for Teaching Math 3/0/3

MATH 6723 Assessment and Classroom Management in Mathematics Education 3/0/3

MATH 6733 Research in Math Education 3/0/3

MATH 6743 Advanced Perspective on Secondary Mathematics 3/0/3

MATH 6903 BioMathematics 3/0/3

MATH 6982 Directed Readings 3/0/3

MATH 6983 Graduate Research Project 3/0/3

MATH 7053 Survey of Calculus for Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7103 A Technology Oriented Survey of Statistics 3/0/3

MATH 7287 Teaching Internship I 3/0/3

MATH 7288 Teaching Internship II 3/0/3

MATH 7403 Math for In-Service P-8 Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7413 Geometry for In-Service P-8 Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7423 Algebra for In-Service P-8 Teachers I 3/0/3

MATH 7503 Algebra for In-Service P-8 Teachers II 3/0/3

MATH 7513 Trigonometry and Calculus for In-Service P-8 Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7523 Probability and Statistics for In-Service P-8 Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7533 Number Theory for In-Service P-8 Teachers 3/0/3

MATH 7603 An Introduction to the History of Mathematics 3/0/3

MATH 7985 Special Topics in Mathematics 1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

Media and Technology Courses (MEDT)

MEDT 6401 Instructional Technology 3/0/3

MEDT 6402 Technology in the Content Areas 3/0/3

MEDT 6461 Administration of the School Media Center 3/0/3

MEDT 6465 Selection and Materials 3/0/3

MEDT 6491 Internship in Instructional Technology 0/2.0 - 6.0/1.0 - 3.0

MEDT 7461 Instructional Design 3/0/3

MEDT 7462 Internet Tools, Resources, and Issues in Education 3/0/3

MEDT 7464 Designing Technology Enhanced Instruction 3/0/3

MEDT 7465 Digital Resources for Teaching and Learning 3/0/3

MEDT 7466 Digital Photography in Instruction 2/2/3

MEDT 7467 Web Design for Instruction 3/0/3

MEDT 7468 Instructional Multimedia Design and Development 3/0/3

MEDT 7469 Supervision of School Library Media Programs 1/2/3

MEDT 7470 Digital Media Production and Utilization 3/0/3

MEDT 7471 Data Networks for Instruction 3/0/3

MEDT 7472 Introduction to Distance Learning 3/0/3

MEDT 7473 Advanced Multimedia 3/0/3

MEDT 7474 Online Reference Sources and Services 3/0/3

MEDT 7475 The Distance Education Professional 3/0/3

MEDT 7476 Assessing Learning in Technology-Enhanced Instruction 3/0/3

MEDT 7477 Technology for Media Services 3/0/3

MEDT 7478 Cataloging and Automating 3/0/3

MEDT 7481 Independent Project 2/2/3

MEDT 7482 Directed Readings 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MEDT 7485 Special Topics in Media 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MEDT 7487 Practicum 3/0/3

MEDT 7490 Visual and Media Literacy for Teaching and Learning 3/0/3

MEDT 7494 Educational Workshop 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MEDT 8461 Diffusion of Innovations 3/0/3

MEDT 8462 Leading and Managing Instructional Technology Programs 3/0/3

MEDT 8463 Issues in Instructional Technology 3/0/3

MEDT 8464 Issues in School Library Media 3/0/3

MEDT 8480 Program Evaluation 3/0/3

MEDT 8484 Research on Media and Instructional Technology 3/0/3

MEDT 8485 Research Seminar II 3/0/3

Middle Grades Education Courses (MGED)

Middle Grades Mathematics and Science Courses (MGMS)

Management Courses (MGNT)

Marketing Courses (MKTG)

Music Courses (MUSC)

MUSC 5150 Vocal Pedagogy and Literature 3/0/3

MUSC 5160 Instrumental Pedagogy and Literature 3/0/3

MUSC 5171 Keyboard Literature Before 1825 2/0/2

MUSC 5172 Keyboard Literature After 1825 2/0/2

MUSC 5175 Collaborative Keyboard Skills I 1/2/1

MUSC 5176 Collaborative Keyboard Skills II 1/2/1

MUSC 5181 Piano Pedagogy I 2/1/2

MUSC 5182 Piano Pedagogy II 2/1/2

MUSC 5183 Piano Pedagogy III 2/1/2

MUSC 5184 Piano Pedagogy IV 2/1/2

MUSC 5230 Technology in Music Education 3/0/3

MUSC 5240 Form and Analysis 2/0/2

MUSC 5300 Jazz History and Styles 3/0/3

MUSC 5311 Applied Jazz Composition and Arranging Variations 0/1.0 - 2.0/1.0 - 2.0

MUSC 5321 Applied Jazz Improvisation 0/1.0 - 2.0/1.0 - 2.0

MUSC 5400 Counterpoint 2/0/2

MUSC 5410 Applied Composition 0/1.0 - 2.0/1.0 - 2.0

MUSC 5500 Accompanying 2/0/2

MUSC 5700 Wind Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5710 Symphony Band 0/1/1

MUSC 5720 Marching Band 0/1/1

MUSC 5730 Jazz Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5740 Chamber Winds 0/1/1

MUSC 5750 Concert Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5760 Chamber Singers 0/1/1

MUSC 5770 Opera Workshop 0/1/1

MUSC 5800A Small Ensemble: Keyboard Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800B Small Ensemble: Collegium Musicum 0/1/1

MUSC 5800C Small Ensemble: Guitar Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800D Small Ensemble: Flute Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800E Small Ensemble: Clarinet Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800F Small Ensemble: Saxophone Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800G Small Ensemble: Woodwind Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800I Small Ensemble: Horn Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800J Small Ensemble: Trumpet Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800K Small Ensemble: Trombone Choir 0/1/1

MUSC 5800L Small Ensemble: Tuba/Euphonium Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800M Small Ensemble: Brass Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800N Small Ensemble: Percussion Ensemble 0/1/1

MUSC 5800O Small Ensemble: Jazz Combo 0/1/1

MUSC 5800P Small Ensemble: Basketball Band 0/1/1

MUSC 5800Q Small Ensemble 0/0/1

MUSC 5850 Applied Conducting 0/1.0 - 2.0/1.0 - 2.0

MUSC 5890 Marching Band Techniques 2/0/2

MUSC 5981 Directed Independent Study 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 5985 Special Topics in Music 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6083 Research Methods and Materials 3/0/3

MUSC 6110 History and Philosophy of Music Education 3/0/3

MUSC 6120 Factors of Musical Learning 3/0/3

MUSC 6184 Seminar in Music Education 3/0/3

MUSC 6210 Music History and Literature 3/0/3

MUSC 6220 Music Theory 3/0/3

MUSC 6600A Principal Applied: Piano 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600B Principal Applied: Organ 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600C Principal Applied: Voice 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600D Principal Applied: Strings 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600E Principal Applied: Guitar 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600F Principal Applied: Flute 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600G Principal Applied: Oboe 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600I Principal Applied: Clarinet 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600J Principal Applied: Bassoon 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600K Principal Applied: Saxophone 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600L Principal Applied: Horn 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600M Principal Applied: Trumpet 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600N Principal Applied: Trombone 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600O Principal Applied: Euphonium 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600P Principal Applied: Tuba 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6600Q Principal Applied: Percussion 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610A Secondary Applied: Piano 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610B Secondary Applied: Organ 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610C Secondary Applied: Voice 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610D Secondary Applied: Strings 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610E Secondary Applied: Guitar 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610F Secondary Applied: Flute 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610G Secondary Applied: Oboe 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610I Secondary Applied: Clarinet 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610J Secondary Applied: Bassoon 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610K Secondary Applied: Saxophone 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610L Secondary Applied: Horn 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610M Secondary Applied: Trumpet 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610N Secondary Applied: Trombone 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610O Secondary Applied: Euphonium 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610P Secondary Applied: Tuba 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6610Q Secondary Applied: Percussion 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6800 Graduate Recital 0/3/3

MUSC 6982 Directed Readings 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6987 Music Practicum 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

MUSC 6999 Thesis in Music 0/3.0 - 9.0/3.0 - 9.0

Natural Science (NTSC)

Nursing Courses (NURS)

NURS 6101 Theoretical Foundations of Nursing Practice 3/0/3

NURS 6102 Role of Caring Hlthcare Prof 2/0/2

NURS 6103 Health Promotion & Advanced Health Assessment 3/0/3

NURS 6104 Scholarly Inquiry and Data Analysis in Nursing 3/0/3

NURS 6105 Leadership for Quality, Safety, and Health Policy 3/0/3

NURS 6106 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology I 3/0/3

NURS 6107 Pathophysiology and Pharmacology II 3/0/3

NURS 6108 Epidemiology for Nursing Education and Practice 3/0/3

NURS 6109 Informatics, Technology, and Healthcare Outcomes 2/0/2

NURS 6110 Curriculum Development in Nursing Education 3/0/3

NURS 6111 Nurse Educator Role Practicum I 0/8/2

NURS 6112 Nurse Educator Role Practicum II 0/8/2

NURS 6113 Evaluation and Testing in Nursing Education 3/0/3

NURS 6114 Introduction to Health Systems Leadership 3/0/3

NURS 6115 The Business of Healthcare: Financial and Economic Evidence 3/0/3

NURS 6116 Leading Human Resource Systems 3/0/3

NURS 6117 Health Systems Leadership: Role of the Leader/Manager I 3/0/3

NURS 6118 Health Systems Leadership: Role of the Leader/Manager II 3/0/3

NURS 6119 Health Systems Leadership Leader/Manager Practicum I 0/8/2

NURS 6120 Health Systems Leadership Leader/Manager Practicum II 0/8/2

NURS 6122 Health Systems Leadership Clinical Nurse Leader Practicum I 0/8/2

NURS 6123 Health Systems Leadership Clinical Nurse Leader Practicum II 0/20/4

NURS 6124 Health Systems Leadership Role of the Clinical Nurse Leader 3/0/3

NURS 6125 Health Systems Leadership Clinical Nurse Leader Seminar 1/0/1

NURS 6300 Health Care Delivery Systems 3/0/3

NURS 6387 Clinical Nurse Leader Role Practicum III 0/20/4

NURS 6900 Scholarly Writing 1/0/1

NURS 6981 Independent Study 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

NURS 6985 Special Topics in Nursing 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

NURS 6987 Scholarly Project 0/0/1.0 - 3.0

NURS 6999 Thesis 0/1.0 - 6.0/1.0 - 6.0

NURS 9001 Current Trends and Issues in Nursing Education 3/0/3

NURS 9002 Quantitative Research in Nursing 3/0/3

NURS 9003 Principles of Qualitative Inquiry: Design and Methods 3/0/3

NURS 9004 Teaching the Adult Learner 3/0/3

NURS 9005 Nursing Theory in Nursing Education 3/0/3

NURS 9006 Educational and Healthcare Policy Analysis 2/0/2

NURS 9007 Applied Statistical Methods in Nursing 3/0/3

NURS 9008 Theoretical and Philosophical Foundations of Education 3/0/3

NURS 9009 Curriculum: Theory and Practice 3/0/3

NURS 9010 Nursing Research Seminar 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

NURS 9011 Ethics in Educational Leadership 3/0/3

NURS 9012 Nursing Education Synthesis 3/0/3

NURS 9013 Nursing Education Leadership for Diversity for the 21st century 3/0/3

NURS 9014 Directed Readings 3/0/3

NURS 9015 Dissertation 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

NURS 9016 Distance Education in Nursing 3/0/3

NURS 9018 Advanced Research Methods 3/0/3

Physical Education Courses (PHED)

PHED 6622 Current Issues in Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 6628 Health Concerns of the School-Aged Child 3/0/3

PHED 6660 Fundamentals of Teaching Health and Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 6665 Methods of Teaching K-12 Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 6667 Foundations of Nutrition 3/0/3

PHED 6668 Concepts and Methods in Health Education 3/0/3

PHED 6670 Movement for Children in Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 6680 Physical Education for Children with Disabling Conditions 3/0/3

PHED 6686 Teaching Internship 0/9.0 - 18.0/3.0 - 6.0

PHED 7610 Curriculum Development in Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 7614 Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 7618 Applied Motor Control 3/0/3

PHED 7620 Scientific Foundations of Exercise 3/0/3

PHED 7626 Sociological and Psychological Aspects of Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 7630 Legal Issues in Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 7640 Research in Health and Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 7650 Analyzing Teaching for Professional Growth 3/0/3

PHED 7669 Supervision in Health and Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 7681 Independent Project 3/0/3

PHED 7682 Directed Reading 0/3/3

PHED 7685 Special Topics in Physical Education 3/0/3

PHED 7691 Educational Workshop 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

PHED 7692 Educational Workshop 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

PHED 7693 Educational Workshop 1.0 - 3.0/0/1.0 - 3.0

PHED 8603 Educational Facilities 3/0/3

PHED 8628 Current Issues in Health Education 3/0/3

PHED 8661 Critical Analysis of Professional Literature in Physical Education and Sport 3/0/3

PHED 8684 Research Seminar 3/0/3

Philosophy Courses (PHIL)

Physics Courses (PHYS)

Planning Courses (PLAN)

Political Science Courses (POLS)

POLS 5101 Legislative Process 3/0/3

POLS 5102 The Presidency 3/0/3

POLS 5103 Public Opinion 3/0/3

POLS 5200 Principles of Public Administration 3/0/3

POLS 5202 Interorganizational Behavior 3/0/3

POLS 5204 Public Finance 3/0/3

POLS 5207 Technology Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5208 Health Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5209 Environmental Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5210 Public Management 3/0/3

POLS 5211 State and Local Politics and Administration 3/0/3

POLS 5212 State and Local Government Finance 3/0/3

POLS 5213 Comparative Public Administration and Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5214 Urban Politics 3/0/3

POLS 5215 Management of Nonprofit Organizations 3/0/3

POLS 5216 Gun Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5217 Grant Writing for Nonprofit Organizations 3/0/3

POLS 5301 Constitutional Law I 3/0/3

POLS 5302 Constitutional Law II 3/0/3

POLS 5405 Politics in the European Union 3/0/3

POLS 5406 British Literature 3/0/3

POLS 5408 EU Science & Technology Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5411 Federalism and Multilevel Governance in the EU 3/0/3

POLS 5412 Democracy and the EU 3/0/3

POLS 5413 Social Policy in Europe 3/0/3

POLS 5414 Hist of European Integration 3/0/3

POLS 5462 American Politics since 1933 3/0/3

POLS 5501 International Law 3/0/3

POLS 5502 Gender and Ethnicity in International Politics 3/0/3

POLS 5503 International Organizations 3/0/3

POLS 5505 American Foreign Policy since 1898 3/0/3

POLS 5507 US-EU Relations 3/0/3

POLS 5508 European Economic and Monetary Union 3/0/3

POLS 5509 EU Law & Legal Systems 3/0/3

POLS 5510 Foreign Policy & the EU 3/0/3

POLS 5515 Terrorism and Counterterrorism 3/0/3

POLS 5516 American National Security Policy 3/0/3

POLS 5518 Arab-Israeli Conflict 3/0/3

POLS 5601 Ancient and Medieval Political Thought 3/0/3

POLS 5602 Modern Political Thought 3/0/3

POLS 5603 American Political Thought 3/0/3

POLS 5701 Technology and Sustainable Economic Development 3/0/3

POLS 5705 Computers in Politics, Planning, and Management 3/0/3

POLS 5721 Housing and Community Development 3/0/3

POLS 5722 Environmental Planning 3/0/3

POLS 5723 Transportation Planning 3/0/3

POLS 5724 Sustainable Development 3/0/3

POLS 5985 Problems in Politics 3/0/3

POLS 6200 Public Budgeting and Financial Management 3/0/3

POLS 6201 Theory of Public Administration and Ethics 3/0/3

POLS 6202 Research Methods for Public Administration 3/0/3

POLS 6203 Public Organizational Theory 3/0/3

POLS 6204 Public Policy Analysis and Program Evaluation 3/0/3

POLS 6205 Administrative Law and Procedures 3/0/3

POLS 6206 Public Human Resource Management 3/0/3

POLS 6283 Continuing Research 0/1/1

POLS 6285 Special Topics in Public Policy/Administration 3/0/3

POLS 6286 Public Administration Internship 0/0/3.0 - 6.0

POLS 6287 Comprehensive Research Project 3/0/3

POLS 6290 Practicum and Assessment 3/0/3

POLS 6702 Land Use Planning 3/0/3

POLS 6981 Directed Readings 0/0/1.0 - 3.0

Psychology Courses (PSYC)

PSYC 5030 History and Philosophy of Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 5040 Psychology of Dreams 3/0/3

PSYC 5070 Psychology of Myth and Symbol 3/0/3

PSYC 5085 Horizon Seminar 3.0 - 4.0/0/3.0 - 4.0

PSYC 5090 Groups and Group Process 3/0/3

PSYC 5130 Eastern and Transpersonal Psychologies 4/0/4

PSYC 5140 Psychology of Gender 3/0/3

PSYC 5160 Psychology of Love 3/0/3

PSYC 5200 Parapsychology 3/0/3

PSYC 5230 Phenomenological Psychology 3/0/3

PSYC 5270 Psychology of Childhood 3/0/3

PSYC 5280 Psychology of Adolescence and Adulthood 3/0/3

PSYC 5290 Moral and Social Development 3/0/3

PSYC 5300 Seminar in Global Studies 0/3/3

PSYC 5500 Explorations into Creativity 3/0/3

PSYC 5660 Advanced Topics in Abnormal Psychology 3/0/3

PSYC 5670 Values, Meanings, and Spirituality 3/0/3

PSYC 5700 Ecopsychology 4/0/4

PSYC 6000 Foundations of Humanistic Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 6010 Human Growth and Potential 4/0/4

PSYC 6083 Research Methods 3/0/3

PSYC 6085 Advanced Theories 3/0/3

PSYC 6151 Psychological Appraisal 3/0/3

PSYC 6161 Counseling Methods 3/0/3

PSYC 6180 Advanced Counseling Methods 3/0/3

PSYC 6200 Theoretical Approaches to Counseling and Psychotherapy 4/0/4

PSYC 6220 The Counseling and Psychotherapy Process 3/0/3

PSYC 6230 Group Counseling and Psychotherapy 3/0/3

PSYC 6240 Principles of Family Therapy 3/0/3

PSYC 6260 Clinical Hypnosis 3/0/3

PSYC 6270 Foundations of Clinical Interviewing 3/0/3

PSYC 6280 Theory and Practice of Clinical Assessment 3/0/3

PSYC 6283 Continuing Research 0/1/1

PSYC 6284 Psychopathology and Health 3/0/3

PSYC 6287 Clinical Practicum 3/0/3

PSYC 6390 Psychological Suffering and Disorders 3/0/3

PSYC 6393 Personality Disorders 3/0/3

PSYC 6397 Psychotic Disorders 3/0/3

PSYC 6400 Psychology, Culture, and Society 4/0/4

PSYC 6550 Lacanian Psychoanalysis 3/0/3

PSYC 6584 Seminar in Phenomenological Psychology 3/0/3

PSYC 6700 Advanced Experiential I 3/0/3

PSYC 6710 Advanced Experiential II 3/0/3

PSYC 6720 Advanced Experiential III 3/0/3

PSYC 6750 Group Project I 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 6760 Group Project II 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 6785 Advanced Horizon Seminar 3.0 - 4.0/0/3.0 - 4.0

PSYC 6800 Psychology of Mind and Body 3/0/3

PSYC 6881 Independent Project 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 6882 Directed Reading in Psychology 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 6887 Practicum: Experiences in Human Services 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 6899 Thesis 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 7003 Statistics for Social Sciences 3/0/3

PSYC 7004 Historical Foundations of Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 7020 Transpersonal Development 3/0/3

PSYC 7030 Introduction to Organizational Development 3/0/3

PSYC 7050 Consciousness Studies 3/0/3

PSYC 7102 Lifespan Human Development 4/0/4

PSYC 7132 Gestalt 3/0/3

PSYC 7133 Transactional Analysis 3/0/3

PSYC 7250 Foundations of Psychoanalysis 3/0/3

PSYC 7430 Cross-Cultural Communication 3/0/3

PSYC 7460 Advanced Organizational Development 3/0/3

PSYC 7490 Phenomenology of Social Existence 3/0/3

PSYC 7500 Existential Psychology 3/0/3

PSYC 7600 Personality and Motivation 3/0/3

PSYC 7650 Buddhist Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 7670 Music and the Mind 3/0/3

PSYC 7810 Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810A Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810B Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810C Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810D Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810E Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810F Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7810G Tutorial 1.0 - 4.0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 7820 Workshop 1/0/1

PSYC 7830 Invited Lectures 1/0/1

PSYC 8000 Consciousness and Experience 4/0/4

PSYC 8001 Culture and Subjectivity 4/0/4

PSYC 8002 Studies in Mind-Body 4/0/4

PSYC 8004 Development, Transformation, and Change 4/0/4

PSYC 8005 Human Science Methodologies 4/0/4

PSYC 8006 Advanced Human Science Methodologies 4/0/4

PSYC 8007 Critical Foundations of Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 8008 Humanistic Foundations of Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 8009 Transpersonal Foundations of Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 8010 Theoretical Foundations of Psychological Inquiry 4/0/4

PSYC 8102 Psychospirituality and Transformation 4/0/4

PSYC 8103 Science, Technology, and Consciousness 4/0/4

PSYC 8185 Special Topics in Human Development 4/0/4

PSYC 8260 Psychology, Epistemology, and Ethics 4/0/4

PSYC 8270 Depth Psychology 4/0/4

PSYC 8280 History of Consciousness 4/0/4

PSYC 8290 Approaches to Community 4/0/4

PSYC 8300 Exploratory Methods in Consciousness Studies 4/0/4

PSYC 8301 Program Evaluation 4/0/4

PSYC 8581 Independent Project 0/0/1.0 - 4.0

PSYC 8584 Advanced Seminars 0/0/4

PSYC 8884 Psychology Proseminar 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 8887 Advanced Practicum in Psychology 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

PSYC 9002 Doctoral Qualifying Seminar 2/0/2

PSYC 9087 Teaching Practicum 0/0/4

PSYC 9187 Practica 0/0/4

PSYC 9887 Internship 4/0/4

PSYC 9999 Dissertation 0/0/1.0 - 9.0

PSYG Courses

P-12 Education Courses (PTED)

Reading Courses (READ)

Real Estate Courses (RELE)

Secondary Education Courses (SEED)

SEED 6111 Introduction to the Secondary School Field Experience 0/0/0

SEED 6200 Comprehensive Exam for the Master of Education 0/0/0

SEED 6260 Instructional Strategies in Secondary Schools Laboratory 0/2/1

SEED 6261 Instructional Strategies for English Education in Secondary Schools 0/2/2

SEED 6262 Instructional Strategies for Social Studies Education in Secondary 2/0/2

SEED 6263 Instructional Strategies for Science Education in Secondary 2/0/2

SEED 6264 Inst Strat for Math Ed in Sec 2/0/2

SEED 6285 Special Topics 3/0/3

SEED 7200 Comprehensive Exam for the Master of Education 0/0/0

SEED 7220 Intro to the Profession 1/0/1

SEED 7251 Teaching Geometry in the Secondary School 3/0/3

SEED 7252 Environmental Education for Teachers 3/0/3

SEED 7560 Contemporary Issues in Secondary Education 3/0/3

SEED 7261 Advanced Instructional Strategies for English Education 3/0/3

SEED 7262 Advanced Instructional Strategies for Social Studies Education 3/0/3

SEED 7263 Advanced Instructional Strategies for Science Education 3/0/3

SEED 7264 Advanced Instructional Strategies for Mathematics Education 3/0/3

SEED 7266 Advanced Instructional Strategies for the 21st Century Classroom 3/0/3

SEED 7271 Advanced Study of the Secondary School Curriculum 3/0/3

SEED 7281 Independent Project 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

SEED 7288 Teaching Internship 0/6/3

SEED 7289 Teaching Internship Seminar 3/0/3

SEED 7291 Classroom Instruction and Management 2/0/2

SEED 7291L Classroom Instruction and Management Laboratory 0/1/1

SEED 7500 Diverse Classrooms in a Pluralistic Society 3/0/3

SEED 8284 Research Seminar (Content Field) 3/0/3

SEED 8297 Professional Issues Seminar 3/0/3

Speech-Language Pathology Courses (SLPA)

Sociology Courses (SOCI)

SOCI 5000 Research Methodology 3/0/3

SOCI 5003 Applied Statistics for Sociology 3/0/3

SOCI 5053 Sociological Theory 3/0/3

SOCI 5103 Women and Work 3/0/3

SOCI 5300 Housing and Homelessness 3/0/3

SOCI 5323 Cultural and Racial Minorities 3/0/3

SOCI 5373 Visual Sociology 3/0/3

SOCI 5441 Sociology of Mental Health and Illness 3/0/3

SOCI 5445 Sociology of Childhood 3/0/3

SOCI 5503 Individual and Society 3/0/3

SOCI 5543 Deviant and Alternative Behavior 3/0/3

SOCI 5700 Sociology of Emotions 3/0/3

SOCI 5734 Social Work Skills 3/0/3

SOCI 5803 Environmental Sociology 3/0/3

SOCI 5981 Directed Readings 3/0/3

SOCI 6000 Orientation 1/0/1

SOCI 6003 Advanced Statistics for Sociology 3/0/3

SOCI 6013 Social Research 3/0/3

SOCI 6015 Managing Data 3/0/3

SOCI 6182 Special Seminars 3/0/3

SOCI 6201 Group Dynamics 3/0/3

SOCI 6222 Conflict Resolution 3/0/3

SOCI 6255 Delinquency, Family, and the Community 3/0/3

SOCI 6266 Perspectives on Violence 3/0/3

SOCI 6275 Planning and Evaluation 3/0/3

SOCI 6280 Seminar in Social Justice 3/0/3

SOCI 6286 Internship 3/0/3

SOCI 6305 Advanced Sociological Theory 3/0/3

SOCI 6363 Sociology of the Family 3/0/3

SOCI 6400 Body and Society 3/0/3

SOCI 6613 Qualitative Research 3/0/3

SOCI 6623 Inequality in Society 3/0/3

SOCI 6660 Institutional Ethnography 3/0/3

SOCI 6700 Social Movements, Protest and Change 3/0/3

SOCI 6782 Comprehensive Exam Preparation 0/0/6

SOCI 6803 Seminar in Social Psychology 3/0/3

SOCI 6882 Thesis Preparation 0/0/3

SOCI 6982 Directed Study 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

SOCI 6983 Continuing Research 0/1/1

SOCI 6999 Thesis 3/0/3

Spanish Courses (SPAN)

Special Education Courses (SPED)

SPED 6705 Comprehensive Exam for the Master of Arts in Teaching: Special Education 0/0/0

SPED 6706 Special Education in the Regular Classroom 3/0/3

SPED 6709 Regulations and Requirements in Special Education 3/0/3

SPED 6713 Characteristics of the Gifted 2/2/3

SPED 6714 Characteristics of Learners: Interrelated Classrooms 3/0/3

SPED 6715 Educational Characteristics of Learners: Mild Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 6716 Characteristics and Assessment: Severe Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 6721 Professional Seminar 3/0/3

SPED 6723 Ecological Development of Exceptional Learners 3/0/3

SPED 6761 Classroom Behavior Management 3/0/3

SPED 6763 Curriculum and Methods for Exceptional Children - Gifted 3/0/3

SPED 6764 Curriculum and Methods: Elementary 3/0/3

SPED 6765 Curriculum and Methods: Secondary 3/0/3

SPED 6766 Basic Curriculum and Methods: General Curriculum 3/0/3

SPED 6767 ADVANCED CURRICULUM AND METHODS: GENERAL CURRICULUM 3/0/3

SPED 6771 Curriculum and Instructional Strategies: Severe Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 6772 Secondary Instruction and Transition: Severe Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 6784 Seminar: Research Studies in Special Education 3/0/3

SPED 6791 Practicum: Interrelated 0/6/3

SPED 6792 Practicum I: Special Education 0/6/3

SPED 6793 Practicum II: Special Education 0/6/3

SPED 6795 Comprehensive Exam for the Master of Education: Special Education 0/0/0

SPED 7701 Program Planning and Evaluation 3/0/3

SPED 7702 Technology in Special Education 3/0/3

SPED 7704 Leadership and Administration of Special Education Programs 3/0/3

SPED 7705 Urban and Multicultural Issues in Special Education 3/0/3

SPED 7721 Assessment in Special Education 3/0/3

SPED 7722 COLLABORATION IN SPECIAL EDUCATION 3/0/3

SPED 7723 Psychoneurology of Learning 3/0/3

SPED 7724 Collaboration and Inclusion: Severe Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 7725 Medical, Physical, and Sensory Aspects of Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 7726 Autism: Characteristics and Instruction 3/0/3

SPED 7727 Communication and Assistive Technology: Severe Disabilities 3/0/3

SPED 7729 Special Education Law 3/0/3

SPED 7765 Advanced Differentiated Instruction 3/0/3

SPED 7766 Direct Instruction Methodology for Reading and Mathematics 3/0/3

SPED 7767 Strategies for Challenging Behaviors 3/0/3

SPED 7781 Independent Project in Special Education 0/1.0 - 3.0/1.0 - 3.0

SPED 7782 Directed Research Readings in Special Education 0/4/4

SPED 7785 Special Studies in Special Education 0/0/1.0 - 3.0

SPED 7786 Supervision of Special Education 0/3/3

SPED 8701 Individual Appraisal of Exceptional Children 3/0/3

SPED 8704 Multicultural Issues in Education 3/0/3

SPED 8771 Curriculum Design and Implementation 3/0/3

SPED 8783 Readings in Research 4/0/4

SPED 8784 Research Seminar 4/0/4

SPED 8795 Comprehensive Exam for the Specialist of Education: Special Education 0/0/0

Sport Management Courses (SPMG)

Interdisciplinary Studies Courses (XIDS)

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