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Course Descriptions


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Economics

   •  ECON 6256 - Public Economics
   •  ECON 6257 - Applied Computational Economics
   •  ECON 6260 - Economics of Health and Healthcare
   •  ECON 6800 - Directed Study in Economics
   •  ECON 6901 - Research Methods for Economists I
   •  ECON 6902 - Research Methods for Economists II
   •  ECON 6999 - Graduate Thesis Research

Education

   •  EDUC 5000 - Topics in Education
   •  EDUC 5100 - Diverse Learners
   •  EDUC 6000 - Topics in Education
   •  EDUC 6100 - Theories of Human Development and Learning
   •  EDUC 6102 - The Person and School in Urban Society
   •  EDUC 6144 - Introduction to National Board Certification
   •  EDUC 6254 - Individualizing Instruction for Diverse Learners
   •  EDUC 6274 - Contexts and Issues in the Teaching of English
   •  EDUC 6310 - Contemporary Issues and Practices of National Board Certification
   •  EDUC 6320 - Planning and Delivering Effective Instruction for National Board Certification
   •  EDUC 6330 - Teaching Practice and Learning Environment for National Board Certification
   •  EDUC 6340 - Becoming an Effective and Reflective Practitioner for National Board Certification
   •  EDUC 6651 - Piagetian Theory
   •  EDUC 6674 - Applied Research Methods in the Teaching of English
   •  EDUC 6974 - Thesis/Project in the Teaching of English
   •  EDUC 7126 - Comparative Education

Educational Leadership/School Administration

   •  ADMN 6000 - Topics in Educational Administration
   •  ADMN 6100 - Fundamentals of Educational Leadership
   •  ADMN 6101 - Perspectives on Adult Learning Theory
   •  ADMN 6105 - Legal Aspects of Schooling
   •  ADMN 6106 - Legal Issues in Special Education
   •  ADMN 6107 - School Law for Counselors and Related Professionals
   •  ADMN 6110 - School Leadership and Management
   •  ADMN 6120 - Instructional Leadership
   •  ADMN 6130 - Supervision of Instruction
   •  ADMN 6140 - Curriculum Leadership
   •  ADMN 6161 - The Principalship
   •  ADMN 6166 - Educational Leadership
   •  ADMN 6170 - Introduction to the Community College
   •  ADMN 6171 - The American College Student
   •  ADMN 6172 - Higher Education in the United States
   •  ADMN 6173 - Legal Issues in Higher Education
   •  ADMN 6174 - Higher Education Finance and Budgeting
   •  ADMN 6175 - Non-Traditional Approaches to Higher Education
   •  ADMN 6180 - Teaching Strategies for Adults in a Diverse Society
   •  ADMN 6410 - Internship and Seminar Part I
   •  ADMN 6420 - Internship and Seminar Part II
   •  ADMN 6490 - Internship and Seminar: Administration
   •  ADMN 6491 - Internship and Seminar: Supervision
   •  ADMN 6601 - Seminar in Administration and Supervision
   •  ADMN 6800 - Individual Study in Educational Administration
   •  ADMN 8000 - Topics in Educational Leadership
   •  ADMN 8101 - Perspectives on Adult Learning Theory
   •  ADMN 8110 - Organizational Theory and Behavior
   •  ADMN 8120 - Advanced School Law
   •  ADMN 8121 - Doctoral Seminar in Curriculum Design
   •  ADMN 8122 - Advanced Curriculum Theory and Development
   •  ADMN 8125 - Doctoral Seminar in Instruction
   •  ADMN 8130 - Educational Governance and Policy Studies
   •  ADMN 8140 - School Finance
   •  ADMN 8150 - Human Resources Development and Administration
   •  ADMN 8160 - Introduction to Educational Administration
   •  ADMN 8170 - Introduction to the Community College
   •  ADMN 8171 - The American College Student
   •  ADMN 8172 - Higher Education in the United States
   •  ADMN 8173 - Legal Issues in Higher Education
   •  ADMN 8174 - Higher Education Finance and Budgeting
   •  ADMN 8175 - Non-Traditional Approaches to Higher Education
   •  ADMN 8180 - Teaching Strategies for Adults in a Diverse Society
   •  ADMN 8181 - Equity and Social Justice in Adult Education
   •  ADMN 8410 - Advanced Internship in Educational Leadership Part I
   •  ADMN 8420 - Advanced Internship in Educational Leadership Part II
   •  ADMN 8439 - Practicum in Adult Education
   •  ADMN 8489 - Practicum in Staff Development
   •  ADMN 8610 - Interdisciplinary Seminar
   •  ADMN 8660 - Instructional Leadership Seminar
   •  ADMN 8695 - Advanced Seminar in Teaching and Learning
   •  ADMN 8699 - Dissertation Proposal Seminar
   •  ADMN 8800 - Individual Study in Educational Administration
   •  ADMN 8999 - Dissertation Research

Educational Research, Measurement, and Evaluation

   •  RSCH 6101 - Research Methods
   •  RSCH 6109 - Assessment and Evaluation Methods
   •  RSCH 6110 - Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
   •  RSCH 6120 - Advanced Statistics
   •  RSCH 6130 - Presentation and Computer Analysis of Data
   •  RSCH 6800 - Independent Study in Research
   •  RSCH 6890 - Special Topics in Research
   •  RSCH 7111 - Qualitative Research Methods
   •  RSCH 7112 - Survey Research Methods
   •  RSCH 7113 - Single-Case Research
   •  RSCH 7121 - Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis
   •  RSCH 7140 - Multivariate Statistics
   •  RSCH 7160 - Hierarchical Linear Models in Education
   •  RSCH 7196 - Program Evaluation Methods
   •  RSCH 8110 - Descriptive and Inferential Statistics
   •  RSCH 8111 - Qualitative Research Methods
   •  RSCH 8112 - Survey Research Methods
   •  RSCH 8113 - Single-Case Research
   •  RSCH 8120 - Advanced Statistics
   •  RSCH 8121 - Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis
   •  RSCH 8130 - Presentation and Computer Analysis of Data
   •  RSCH 8140 - Multivariate Statistics
   •  RSCH 8150 - Structural Equation Modeling
 

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