Professional Education Courses

Criteria for identifying Professional Education courses

A course is designated as a Professional Education course if:

  • A significant focus of the course is to teach or model how best to present academic content to birth-16 students.
  • A significant focus of the course is to bring about awareness of the growth and development of birth-16 students as they seek to learn academic content.
  • A significant focus of the course deals with issues of schooling.
  • A significant focus of the course is related to assessment and intervention in the development of birth-16 students.
  • The department views the course as one which should be taught by EPP faculty, instructors who remain interested and active with school environments and content.
  • The department believes that their accrediting agency would expect the course to be taught as a professional education course and/or by EPP faculty.

The consequences of a course being designated as a Professional Education Course are that:

  • The catalog description of the course must include a EPP designation (phrase or symbol).
  • Every faculty member teaching a EPP designated course must be an EPP member.

College of Arts and Letters

Art and Design

  • ART 360: Introduction to Art Education
  • ART 366: Elementary Art Education
  • ART 401 (SEC): Teaching of Art
  • ART 460: Critical Studies in Art Education
  • ART 466: Art Education Practicum
  • ART 469: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • ART 490: Supervised Teaching (Art and Design)
  • ART 491: Supervised Teaching (Art and Design)
  • ART 598: Seminar in Art Education
  • ART 600: Historical Perspectives in Art Education
  • ART 660: Contemporary Issues and Current Trends in Art Education
  • ART 683: Practicum in Art Education and Educational Workshops
  • ART 785: Independent Study

Communication

  • COM 417 (SEC): Teaching of Speech and Theatre
  • COM 490: Supervised Teaching (Speech and Theatre)
  • COM 491: Supervised Teaching (Speech and Theatre)
  • COM 493: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • COM 532: Teaching Debate
  • COM 534: Teaching Individual Events

English

  • ENG 334: Literature for Children
  • ENG 338: Literature for Young Adults
  • ENG 405 (SEC): Teaching of Middle and High School English
  • ENG 432: Supervised Teaching (Secondary English)
  • ENG 433: Supervised Teaching (English)
  • ENG 434: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • ENG 494 (594): Dialects of American English
  • ENG 505: Methods and Materials in TESOL
  • ENG 520 (502): Composition and Rhetoric in the High School and Junior College
  • ENG 521: Writing for Elementary and Middle School Teachers
  • ENG 591: Linguistic Theory
  • ENG 592: Sociolinguistics for Language Teaching
  • ENG 593: Studies in Linguistics
  • ENG 595: Principles of Second Language Acquisition
  • ENG 596: Components of TESOL
  • ENG 597: Practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages
  • ENG 598: Early English Language and Literature
  • ENG 605: Methods in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  • ENG 688: Sociolinguistics for Language Teaching
  • ENG 689: Studies in Linguistics
  • ENG 691: Linguistic Theory
  • ENG 695: Principles of Second Language Acquisition
  • ENG 696: Materials and Assessment in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  • ENG 697: Practicum in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)
  • ENG 698: Early English Language and Literature
  • ENG 731: Seminar: Research in English Education
  • ENG 732: Seminar: Issues and Trends in English Education

Modern and Classical Languages

  • MCL 413: Teaching of Foreign Languages
  • MCL 493: Supervised Teaching Seminar
  • MCL 495: Languages and Society Capstone
  • MCL 496: Supervised Teaching (Foreign Language)

Chinese

  • CHI 201: Intermediate Chinese
  • CHI 202: Intermediate Chinese II
  • CHI 297: Special Topics in Chinese
  • CHI 311: Chinese Reading and Conversation
  • CHI 312: Chinese Reading and Composition
  • CHI 410: Translation
  • CHI 415: Business and Professional Chinese
  • CHI 498: Seminar Course in Chinese

French

  • FRN 201: Intermediate French I
  • FRN 202: Intermediate French II 
  • FRN 297: Special Topics in French
  • FRN 300: Service Learning in French
  • FRN 302: Topics in French Culture
  • FRN 311: French Conversation
  • FRN 312: French Grammar and Composition
  • FRN 314: Le Francais vivant
  • FRN 324: Topics in Francophone Linguistics
  • FRN 326: Culture Populaire
  • FRN 335: L 'Esprit
  • FRN 381: French Literature from the Middle Ages to the Enlightenment
  • FRN 382: French Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries
  • FRN 410: Translation
  • FRN 412: Le Cinema francophone
  • FRN 415: Vivre et Travailler en francais
  • FRN 495: Advanced Undergraduate Seminar in French

German

  • GRM 201: Intermediate German I
  • GRM 202: Intermediate German II
  • GRM 297: Special Topics in German
  • GRM 300: Service Learning in German
  • GRM 301: Intensive Grammar Review
  • GRM 302: Topics in German(ic) Culture
  • GRM 303: Language and Technology
  • GRM 304: Conversational Strategies
  • GRM 311: German Reading and Conversation
  • GRM 312: German Composition
  • GRM 320: German Cinema
  • GRM 325: Kulturkunde der deutschsprachigen Lander
  • GRM 410: Translation
  • GRM 415: German for Professional and Business Use
  • GRM 455: Masterpieces of 19th Century German Literature
  • GRM 465: Masterpieces of 20th Century German Literature
  • GRM 475: Topics in German(ic) Literature and Culture
  • GRM 495: Advanced Undergraduate Seminar in German

Latin

  • LLT 121: Classical Mythology
  • LLT 225: German Cultural Studies
  • LLT 271: Special Topics in German(ic) Literature in English Translation
  • LLT 321: Comparative Mythology
  • LLT 326: Roman Civilization
  • LTN 201: Intermediate Latin III
  • LTN 202: Intermediate Latin IV
  • LTN 312: Latin Composition
  • LTN 450: Readings in Roman Public Affairs
  • LTN 451: Roman Elegy and Lyric
  • LTN 460: Roman History
  • LTN 461: Roman Epic
  • LTN 470: Roman Letters and Personal Life
  • LTN 471: Roman Satire
  • LTN 480: Research in Latin Literature
  • LTN 485: Patrisitics and Late Latin Writers
  • LTN 525: Seminar in Latin Literature

Spanish

  • SPN 201: Intermediate Spanish I
  • SPN 202: Intermediate Spanish II
  • SPN 205: Spanish Proficiency Skills
  • SPN 297: Special Topics in Spanish
  • SPN 300 Service Learning in Spanish
  • SPN 312: Spanish Composition
  • SPN 314: Advanced Spanish Proficiency Skills
  • SPN 320: Hispanic Cinema
  • SPN 324: Topics in Spanish Linguistics
  • SPN 325: Civilization of Spain
  • SPN 326: Civilization of Spanish America
  • SPN 410: Translation
  • SPN 415: Business and Professional Spanish
  • SPN 450: Modern Peninsular Literature
  • SPN 460: Spanish American Literature
  • SPN 495: Advanced Undergraduate Seminar in Spanish
  • SPN 510: Advanced Translation

Music

  • MUS 131: String Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 133: Guitar for the Music Educator I
  • MUS 141: Single Reed Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 142: Flute and Double Reed Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 144: High Brass Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 145: Low Brass Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator
  • MUS 146: Techniques and Skills for the Music Educator I
  • MUS 148: Introduction to Music Teaching
  • MUS 200: Principles and General Methods of Music Instruction
  • MUS 294: Singing Diction I
  • MUS 295: Singing Diction II
  • MUS 305: Survey of Classroom Instruments
  • MUS 321: Conducting
  • MUS 322: Conducting-Choral
  • MUS 323: Conducting-Instrumental
  • MUS 340: Adaptive Music for Special Learners
  • MUS 410: Secondary Choral Methods and Materials
  • MUS 411: Secondary Instrumental Methods and Materials
  • MUS 430: Teaching Music in the Grades
  • MUS 488: Seminar in Student Teaching
  • MUS 494: Supervised Teaching (Elementary General Music)
  • MUS 496: Supervised Teaching in Secondary Music
  • MUS 506: Band Administration and Materials
  • MUS 511: Choral Literature and Materials
  • MUS 530: Vocal Pedagogy

Theatre and Dance

  • DAN 306: Interrelated and Integrated Arts
  • THE 122: The Tools of the Actor: Introduction to Voice & Movement
  • THE 125: Speech Improvement
  • THE 205: Speech for the Elementary Classroom
  • THE 222: Acting Fundamentals
  • THE 306: Interrelated and Integrated Arts
  • THE 323: Acting, Performance and Literature
  • THE 417: Teaching of Speech and Theatre (Identical with COM 417)
  • THE 430: Directing I
  • THE 490: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Speech and Theatre)
  • THE 491: Supervised Teaching (Speech and Theatre)
  • THE 493: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • THE 515: Theatre for Social Change
  • THE 541: Theatre History I
  • THE 542: Theatre History II

College of Education

Counseling

  • COU 600: Problems in Counseling
  • COU 601: Tests and Measurements for Counselors
  • COU 602: School Counseling Foundations and Ethics
  • COU 603: Community Agency Counseling Foundations and Ethics
  • COU 605: Orientation to Personal and Professional Development
  • COU 607: Human Development and Personality
  • COU 608: Child Counseling Theories and Techniques
  • COU 610: The Helping Relationship
  • COU 611: The Helping Relationship Lab
  • COU 614: Diversity and Multi-cultural Issues in Counseling
  • COU 624: Appraisal and Clinical Interviewing
  • COU 633: Couple and Family Counseling
  • COU 651: Theories and Techniques of Counseling
  • COU 652: Career Development
  • COU 653: Analysis of Childhood Learning and Adjustment
  • COU 656: Group Counseling
  • COU 660: Seminar in Guidance and Counseling
  • COU 665: Research Seminar in Counseling
  • COU 670: School Counseling Program Management
  • COU 675: Community Agency Program Management
  • COU 680: Secondary School Counseling Practicum
  • COU 681: Field Experience-Secondary
  • COU 682: Elementary School Counseling Practicum
  • COU 683: Field Experience-Elementary
  • COU 684: Community Agency Counseling Practicum
  • COU 685: Community Agency Counseling Internship
  • COU 686: School Psychological Examiner Practicum
  • COU 690: Counseling Workshop
  • COU 695: Topics in Counseling
  • COU 699: Thesis
  • COU 703: Mental Health Counseling Foundations and Ethics
  • COU 708: Elementary Counseling and Play Therapy Theories and Techniques
  • COU 757: Elementary Group Counseling and Play Therapy
  • COU 781: Secondary School Counseling Internship
  • COU 782: Secondary School Counseling Internship
  • COU 783: Elementary School Counseling Internship
  • COU 788: Introduction to Supervision, Consultation and Leadership
  • COU 794: Introduction to Research in Counseling

Child and Family Development

  • CFD 160: Principles of Development in Early Childhood
  • CFD 255: Principles of Development in Infancy
  • CFD 256: Supervised Experience in the Infant Toddler Center
  • CFD 260: Supervised Experience in the Child Development Laboratories
  • CDF 365: Families in Later Life
  • CFD 455: Designing Curriculum for Infants and Toddlers
  • CFD 463: Administration of Programs for Children and Families
  • CFD 560: Family Involvement in Early Childhood Program

Early Childhood

  • ECE 301: Emerging Literacy and Communication Arts
  • ECE 302: Social Studies and Sociomoral Development
  • ECE 303: Mathematics and Science for Young Children
  • ECE 304: The Early Childhood Education Professional
  • ECE 315: Classroom Management and Positive Guidance in Early Childhood Classroom
  • ECE 401 (ELE 422): Curriculum for Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 402 (ELE 420): Assessing Young Children
  • ECE 403 Integrated Arts in the Early Childhood Curriculum
  • ECE 490: Supervised Teaching in Infant/Toddler Settings
  • ECE 491: Supervised Teaching in Preschool/Kindergarten Settings
  • ECE 492: Supervised Teaching in Primary Settings
  • ECE 495: Supervised Teaching in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • ECE 575: Working with Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Children and Families in Early Childhood
  • ECE 501: Home/School/Community Relationships with Young Children and Their Families
  • ECE 601: Home/School/Community Relationships with Young Children and Their Families
  • ECE 605: Field Experiences in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 624: Foundations of Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 625: Trends and Issues in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 626: Advanced Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education Programs
  • ECE 627: Children and Families in a Diverse Society
  • ECE 628: The Educational Role of Play
  • ECE 629: Literacy in Early Childhood
  • ECE 671: Proposal Development/Early Childhood and Family Development Seminar
  • ECE 672: Seminar in Early Childhood and Family Development
  • ECE 724: Foundations of Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 725: Trends and Issues in Early Childhood Education
  • ECE 726: Advanced Curriculum Development for Early Childhood Education Programs
  • ECE 727: Children and Families in a Diverse Society
  • ECE 728: The Educational Role of Play
  • ECE 729: Literacy in Early Childhood
  • ECE 771: Proposal Development/Early Childhood and Family Development Seminar

Education

  • EDC 150: Introduction to Teaching
  • EDC 199: Clinical Experiences in Teaching
  • EDC 345: Introduction to Multicultural Education and Diversity
  • EDC 350: School and Society
  • EDC 686: Research Seminar in Education
  • EDC 700: Teaching and Learning I Current Issues and Trends in Education
  • EDC 701: Teaching and Learning II Diversity, Curriculum and Research
  • EDC 702: Teaching and Learning III Management and Assessment of Learning
  • EDC 703: Teaching and Learning IV Curriculum Development
  • EDC 704: Teaching and Learning V Research Seminar
  • EDC 786: Research Seminar in Education
  • EDC 800: Teacher Leadership I Contemporary Educational Problems
  • EDC 801: Teacher Leadership II Diversity and Curricular Design
  • EDC 802: Teacher Leadership III Building Classroom and Effective Student Assessments
  • EDC 803: Teaching and Learning IV Curriculum Development

Educational Administration

  • EAD 745: Curriculum for Elementary Principals
  • EAD 746: Curriculum for Secondary Principals
  • EAD 751: Foundations of Educational Leadership
  • EAD 752 : The Secondary School Principal
  • EAD 753: The Elementary School Principal
  • EAD 754: State and National School Leadership
  • EAD 759: Leadership Capstone
  • EAD 772 Internship-Onsite Part 1
  • EAD 780: The Administration of Instructional Programs
  • EAD 781: Organizational Management
  • EAD 782: Internship--On-site
  • EAD 783: Internship--Related Agencies
  • EAD 784: Human Relations and Collaborative Processes
  • EAD 785: Legal and Ethical Contexts of Schooling
  • EAD 786: School Supervision and Performance Enhancement
  • EAD 787: Administration of Special Programs
  • EAD 788: Active Research in Educational Leadership
  • EAD 799: Thesis
  • EAD 841: Advanced Issues in School Improvement
  • EAD 842: Modern Trends in Educational Administration
  • EAD 843: School and Community Partnerships
  • EAD 844: Leadership in Professional Development
  • EAD 850: Politics in Education
  • EAD 858: School Personnel
  • EAD 860: Field Study
  • EAD 861: Human Relations
  • EAD 862: The Superintendency
  • EAD 863: Curriculum Design and Evaluation
  • EAD 864: School and Community Relations
  • EAD 865: School Law
  • EAD 866: Public School Finance
  • EAD 867: School Plant Planning and Maintenance
  • EAD 870: Special Topics in Educational Leadership
  • EAD 882: Superintendency Internship
  • EAD 883: Superintendency Internship Part 2
  • EAD 884 Special Educational Director Administration Internship Part I
  • EAD 885 Special Educational Director Administration Internship Part II
  • EAD 895: Research in Administrative Practice
  • EAD 901: Leadership Theory and Practice
  • EAD 902: Quantitative Methods in Educational Research I
  • EAD 903: Advanced Quantitative Inquiry in Educational Research
  • EAD 904: Content and Context of Learning
  • EAD 905: Team Building and Group Dynamics
  • EAD 906: Leadership Inquiry EAD 807: Program Planning and Evaluation

Elementary and Middle School Education

  • EEM 305: Field Experiences in Education
  • EEM 399: Problems in Education
  • EEM 501: Introduction to Technology-Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 502: Applications of Technology-Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 503: Implementing Technology-Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 516: Nature Unfolds
  • EEM 517: Nature Unleashed
  • EEM 518: Project Wet, WILD, and Learning Tree
  • EEM 519: Nature Unhooked-Conserving Missouri's Aquatic Ecosystems
  • EEM 516: Nature Unfolds
  • EEM 576: Topical Issues in Education
  • EEM 596: Orientation for Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 597: Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 598: Post-Travel Seminar for Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 601: Introduction to Technology Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 602: Applications of Technology-Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 603: Implementing Technology-Based Inquiry Instruction
  • EEM 606: Orientation for Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 607: Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 608: Post-Travel Seminar for Intensive Language and Cultural Experience for Educators
  • EEM 616: Nature Unfolds
  • EEM 618: Project Wet, WILD, and Learning Tree
  • EEM 619: Nature Unhooked-Conserving Missouri's Aquatic Ecosystems
  • EEM 676: Topical Issues in Education
  • EEM 696: Problems in Education
  • EEM 699: Thesis
  • EEM 796: Problems in Education
  • EEM 799: Thesis

Elementary Education

  • ELE 300: Service Learning in Elementary Education
  • ELE 302: Introduction to Elementary Education and Clinical/Field Experience
  • ELE 400: Elementary Integrated Methods and Practicum
  • ELE 410: Teaching and Learning in the Elementary Classroom
  • ELE 425: Methods of Teaching Communication Arts in Elementary Schools
  • ELE 428: Teaching of Economics in Elementary Schools
  • ELE 429: Methods of Teaching Mathematics in Elementary Schools
  • ELE 434: Methods of Teaching Science in Elementary Schools
  • ELE 438: Methods of Teaching of Social Studies in Elementary Schools
  • ELE 440: Classroom Management and Assessment in the Elementary Classroom
  • ELE 458: Theory into Practice
  • ELE 495: Supervised Teaching (Elementary)
  • ELE 496: Supervised Teaching (Elementary)
  • ELE 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • ELE 500: Current Issues and Applications in Elementary Education
  • ELE 501: Home/School/Community Relationships with Elementary Children and Their Families
  • ELE 502: Integrated Arts in Elementary Education Curriculum
  • ELE 510: The Reflective Practitioner
  • ELE 530: Teaching English Language Learners in the Elementary Classroom
  • ELE 600: Current Issues and Applications in Elementary Education
  • ELE 601: Communication Arts Instruction in the Elementary School
  • ELE 602: Social Studies Instruction in the Elementary School
  • ELE 603: Mathematics Instruction in the Elementary Schools
  • ELE 604: Science Instruction in the Elementary School
  • ELE 605: The Reflective Practitioner
  • ELE 610: Elementary School Curriculum
  • ELE 611: Contemporary Issues in Elementary Curriculum
  • ELE 613: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Communication Arts
  • ELE 614: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Social Studies
  • ELE 615: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Mathematics
  • ELE 616: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Science
  • ELE 617: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Economic Education
  • ELE 620: Advanced Theory and Practice in Student Assessment and Evaluation
  • ELE 621: Standards-Based Integrated Curriculum, Learning and Teaching
  • ELE 622: Differential Instruction for Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School
  • ELE 630: Teaching English Language Learners in the Elementary Classroom
  • ELE 672: Seminar in Elementary Education
  • ELE 710: Elementary School Curriculum
  • ELE 711: Contemporary Issues in Elementary Curriculum
  • ELE 713: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Communication Arts
  • ELE 714: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Social Studies
  • ELE 715: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Mathematics
  • ELE 716: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Science
  • ELE 717: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Economic Education
  • ELE 720: Advanced Theory and Practice in Student Assessment and Evaluation
  • ELE 721: Standards-Based Integrated Curriculum, Learning, and Teaching
  • ELE 722: Differentiated Instruction for Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School
  • ELE 772: Research Seminar in Elementary Education

Educational Technology Courses

  • EDT 365: Instructional Applications of Technology and Media
  • EDT 520: Technologies in a Contemporary School Setting
  • EDT 506: Digital-Age Learning Environments
  • EDT 562: Educational Applications of Computers for Teaching
  • EDT 565: Selection and Utilization of Instructional Technology
  • EDT 597: Topical Issues in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 640: Technology Administration and Management|
  • EDT 650: Selection and Utilization of Instructional Technology
  • EDT 660: Digital-Age Learning Environments
  • EDT 662: Educational Applications of Computers for Teaching
  • EDT 690: Topical Issues in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 763: Administration of Instructional Technology
  • EDT 764: Instructional Design
  • EDT 765: Educational Media Production
  • EDT 767: Instructional Technology Practicum
  • EDT 777: Problems in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 797: Instructional Technology Special Research Project
  • EDT 798: Research Seminar in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 799: Instructional Technology Thesis
  • EDT 563: Technology Administration and Management
  • EDT 596: Continuing Education in Educational Technology
  • EDT 663: Administration of Instructional Technology
  • EDT 664: Instructional Design
  • EDT 665: Educational Media Production
  • EDT 667: Instructional Technology Practicum
  • EDT 677: Instructional Technology Special Research Project
  • EDT 697: Problems in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 698: Research Seminar in Instructional Technology
  • EDT 699: Instructional Technology Thesis

Middle School Education

  • MID 400: Philosophy, Curriculum and Organization of Middle School Education
  • MID 421: Philosophy and Organization of Middle School Education
  • MID 425: Middle School Curriculum
  • MID 439: Middle School Instructional Strategies
  • MID 493: Supervised Teaching (Middle School)
  • MID 494: Supervised Teaching (Middle School)
  • MID 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • MID 521: Philosophy and Organization of Middle School Education
  • MID 525: Middle School Curriculum
  • MID 539: Middle School Instructional Strategies
  • MID 625: Advanced Theory and Practice in the Teaching of Early Adolescents
  • MID 710: The Middle School – The Junior High School

Reading

  • RDG 300: Service Learning in Reading
  • RDG 318: Foundations of Literacy Instruction
  • RDG 319: Practicum-Foundations of Literacy Instruction
  • RDG 420: Methods of Teaching Reading and Language Arts in Elementary Schools
  • RDG 421: Practicum Methods of Teaching Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary Schools
  • RDG 422: Techniques of Teaching Reading in the Content Fields
  • RDG 474: Reading and Writing in the Content Fields
  • RDG 480: Problems in Reading Education
  • RDG 556: Topical Issues in Reading
  • RDG 560: Diversity Issues in Literacy and Content Area Instruction
  • RDG 565: Cultural Diversity in Literacy & Instruction-Classrooms and Community
  • RDG 573: Psychology of Literacy
  • RDG 574: Analysis and Correction of Difficulties in Literacy
  • RDG 578: Classroom Management for Effective Reading Instruction
  • RDG 580: Successful Classroom Communities to Enhance Student Learning
  • RDG 585: Techniques of Responsive Support in the Literacy Classroom
  • RDG 599: Literacy Projects
  • RDG 600: Literacy Projects
  • RDG 610: Problems in Reading Education
  • RDG 625: Issues and Trends in Literacy Education
  • RDG 620: Use of Multi-Media Resources in Reading
  • RDG 625: Issues and Trends in Literacy Education
  • RDG 640: Analysis and Correction of Difficulties in Literacy
  • RDG 665: Cultural Diversity in Literacy & Instruction-Classrooms and Community
  • RDG 660 Diversity Issues in Literacy and Content Area Instruction
  • RDG 670: Assessment Procedures for the Reading Specialist
  • RDG 671: Assessment of Reading Problems
  • RDG 672: Remediation of Reading Problems
  • RDG 673: Psychology of Literacy
  • RDG 674: Assessment and Instruction of Less Skilled Readers
  • RDG 675: The Relationship of Language to Reading and Intellectual Development
  • RDG 677: Reading in the Content Fields
  • RDG 678: Curriculum Design in Reading
  • RDG 679: Research Seminar in Reading
  • RDG 680: Successful Classroom Communities to Enhance Student Learning
  • RDG 685: Techniques of Responsive Support in the Literacy Classroom
  • RDG 699: Thesis
  • RDG 700: The Relationship of Language to Reading and Intellectual Development
  • RDG 710: Content Area Literacy
  • RDG 720: Use of Multi-Media Resources in Reading
  • RDG 730: Assessment and Instruction of Less Skilled Readers and Writers
  • RDG 740: Issues and Trends in Literacy Education
  • RDG 770: Curriculum Design in Literacy
  • RDG 780: Assessment Procedures for the Reading Specialist
  • RDG 781: Assessment of Reading Problems
  • RDG 782: Remediation of Reading Problems
  • RDG 791: Problems in Reading Education
  • RDG 795: Research Seminar in Reading
  • RDG 799: Thesis

Secondary Education

  • SEC 300: Clinical and Field Experiences in Secondary Education
  • SEC 301: Introduction to Teaching in the Secondary School
  • SEC 302: General Methods of Instruction in the Middle and Secondary Schools
  • SEC 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary)
  • SEC 494: Supervised Teaching (Secondary)
  • SEC 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • SEC 522: Philosophy of Vocational Education
  • SEC 526: Coordination of Cooperative Education
  • SEC 527: Teaching Adults in Vocational Education
  • SEC 528: Measurement and Evaluation of Vocational Education Programs
  • SEC 601: Secondary School Curriculum
  • SEC 603: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching English
  • SEC 604: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Social Studies
  • SEC 605: Curriculum Construction in Business Education
  • SEC 606: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Business Education
  • SEC 607: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Mathematics
  • SEC 608: Seminar in Current Trends in the Teaching of Biology
  • SEC 622: Philosophy of Vocational Education
  • SEC 626: Coordination of Cooperative Education
  • SEC 627: Teaching Adults in Vocational Education
  • SEC 628: Measurement and Evaluation of Vocational Education Programs
  • SEC 683: Internship in Teaching I
  • SEC 684: Internship in Teaching II
  • SEC 685: Internship in Teaching III
  • SEC 701: Secondary School Curriculum
  • SEC 703: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching English
  • SEC 704: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Social Studies
  • SEC 705: Curriculum Construction in Business Education
  • SEC 706: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Business Education
  • SEC 707: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Mathematics
  • SEC 708: Seminar in Current Trends in Teaching Biology
  • SEC 783: Internship in Teaching I
  • SEC 784: Internship in Teaching II
  • SEC 785: Internship in Teaching III

Secondary Education, Foundations and Educational Research

  • SFR 150: Introduction to Teaching
  • SFR 250: (SFT) Foundations of American Education
  • SFR 305: Field Experiences in Education
  • SFR 351: (SFT) Philosophical Problems of Education
  • SFR 353: (SFT) History of Educational Thought
  • SFR 354: (SFT) Social and Philosophical Foundations of American Education
  • SFR 396: (SFT) Student Assessment and Evaluation
  • SFR 399: (SFT) Problems in Education
  • SFR 442: (SFT) Techniques of Classroom Management
  • SFR 444: (SFT) Approaches to Individualizing Education
  • SFR 482: (SFT) Teacher Relationships with the School and Society
  • SFR 486: Management and Assessment in the Middle and Secondary Classroom
  • SFR 521 (SFT): Techniques for Teaching Adults
  • SFR 547 (SFT): Guidance and Interpersonal Relationships in the Classroom
  • SFR 576: Topical Issues in Education
  • SFR 581 (SFT): Law and the Classroom Teacher
  • SFR 583: Contemporary Issues in Education
  • SFR 595 (SFT): Applications of Educational Measurement
  • SFR 609: Individualizing Instruction
  • SFR 611: Principles and Organization of Student Activities
  • SFR 621: Techniques for Teaching Adults
  • SFR 623: Organization and Administration of Adult Education
  • SFR 624: Organization and Administration of Vocational Education
  • SFR 630: Curriculum Construction in the School
  • SFR 647: Guidance and Interpersonal Relationships in the Classroom
  • SFR 650: Philosophies of Education
  • SFR 653: Comparative Educational Systems
  • SFR 676: Topical Issues in Education
  • SFR 680: Educational Research Literacy
  • SFR 681: Law and the Classroom Teacher
  • SFR 682: Contemporary Issues in Education
  • SFR 690: Introduction to Educational Research
  • SFR 691: Educational Workshops
  • SFR 692: Supervision of Student Teachers
  • SFR 693: Qualitative Research Methods
  • SFR 694: Research Practicum
  • SFR 696: Problems in Education
  • SFR 699: Thesis
  • SFR 709: Individualizing Instruction
  • SFR 711: Principles and Organization of Student Activities
  • SFR 723: Organization and Administration of Adult Education
  • SFR 724: Organization and Administration of Vocational Education
  • SFR 730: Curriculum Construction in the School
  • SFR 750: Philosophies of Education
  • SFR 753: Comparative Educational Systems
  • SFR 758: Current Issues Affecting Education
  • SFR 780: Introduction to Educational Research
  • SFR 790: Field Research and Evaluation
  • SFR 791: Educational Workshop
  • SFR 792: Supervision of Student Teachers
  • SFR 793: Qualitative Research Methods
  • SFR 794: Research Practicum
  • SFR 796: Problems in Education
  • SFR 797: Advanced Studies in Teaching and Learning
  • SFR 799: Thesis

Special Education

  • SPE 300: Service Learning in Special Education
  • SPE 306: Integrating the Arts for Students with Disabilities
  • SPE 310 (330): Introduction to Special Education
  • SPE 320: Introduction to Teaching Cross Categorical Special Education
  • SPE 340 (530): Educational Alternative for Exceptional Students
  • SPE 345 (535): Educational Evaluation of Exceptional Students
  • SPE 346: Educational Evaluation of Exceptional Students Lab
  • SPE 450: Methods of Teaching Mathematics to Exceptional Individuals
  • SPE 460: Curriculum Materials for Exceptional Students
  • SPE 480: Problems in Special Education
  • SPE 491: Practicum – Teaching Individuals with Behavior Disorders/Emotional Disturbance
  • SPE 492: Practicum – Teaching Individuals with Learning Disabilities
  • SPE 493: Practicum – Teaching Individuals with Mental Retardation/Developmental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities
  • SPE 495 (481): Supervised Teaching – Special Education
  • SPE 496 (481): Supervised Teaching – Special Education
  • SPE 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • SPE 502: Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism
  • SPE 504: In-district Autism Consultant Training
  • SPE 505: Braille Reading and Writing
  • SPE 506: Principles of Orientation and Mobility
  • SPE 507: Introduction to Visual Impairments, Autism and Severe/Multiple Disabilities
  • SPE 508: Low Vision, Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye
  • SPE 510: Physical and Health Needs of Students with Disabilities
  • SPE 515: Foundations of Applied Behavior Analysis and Interventions for Teachers in Applied Settings
  • SPE 516: Application of Applied Behavior Analysis and Interventions for Teachers in Applied Settings
  • SPE 517: Effective Practices in Special Education
  • SPE 519: Methods of Teaching Students with Learning and Behavioral Disorders
  • SPE 520: Practicum: Teaching Individuals with Learning and Behavioral Disorders
  • SPE 521: Methods of Teaching Individuals with Developmental Disabilities and Other Health Impairments
  • SPE 522: Practicum: Instruction of Students with Developmental Disabilities and Other Health Impairments
  • SPE 523: Curriculum and Methods in Early Childhood Special Education
  • SPE 525: Introduction to Teaching and Assessing Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • SPE 526: Applied Behavioral Analysis for Developmental Disabilities and Autism Spectrum Disorders
  • SPE 527: Seminar in Developmental and Sensory Disabilities
  • SPE 550 (350): Career/Vocational Education and Transition
  • SPE 556: Topical Issues in Special Education
  • SPE 560 (360): Working with Families of Exceptional Individuals
  • SPE 581 (484): Methods of Teaching Individuals with Behavior Disorders/Emotional Disturbance BD/Spring only
  • SPE 582 (482): Methods of Teaching Individuals with Learning Disabilities – LD/Fall only
  • SPE 583 (483): Methods of Teaching Individuals with Mental Retardation/Developmental Disabilities – MR/Spring only
  • SPE 584: Language Development of Exceptional Students
  • SPE 587: Introduction to the Education of Students with Behavior Disorders
  • SPE 590: Approaches in Mainstreaming Exceptional Students
  • SPE 591: Clinical Practicum in Special Education
  • SPE 602: Early Intervention for Young Children with Autism
  • SPE 604: In-District Autism Consultant Training
  • SPE 605: Braille Reading and Writing I
  • SPE 606: Principles of Orientation and Mobility
  • SPE 607: Introduction to Visual Impairments, Autism and Severe/Multiple Disabilities
  • SPE 608: Low Vision, Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye
  • SPE 609: Methods of Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities
  • SPE 610: Problems in Special Education
  • SPE 611: Braille Reading and Writing II
  • SPE 612: Instructional Techniques and Strategies of Orientation and Mobility
  • SPE 613: Physical and Health Needs of Students with Disabilities
  • SPE 614: Professional Issues and Assessment in Orientation and Mobility with Diverse Populations
  • SPE 615: Foundations in Special Education
  • SPE 616: Foundations of Applied Behavior Analysis and Interventions for Teachers in Applied Settings
  • SPE 617: Effective Practices in Special Education
  • SPE 618: Application of Applied Behavior Analysis and Interventions for Teachers in Applied Settings
  • SPE 671: Clinical Practicum in Special Education
  • SPE 679: Application of Technology in Special Education
  • SPE 680: Contemporary Issues in Special Education
  • SPE 681: Educational Consultation
  • SPE 682: Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation of Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities
  • SPE 683: Advanced Assessment to Support Developmental and Sensory Disabilities
  • SPE 684: Advanced Procedures in Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities
  • SPE 685: Advanced Procedures in Developmental Disabilities
  • SPE 687: Advanced Behavioral Analysis and Intervention
  • SPE 688: Research Seminar in Special Education
  • SPE 689: Practicum: The Exceptional Child
  • SPE 690: Educational Workshop
  • SPE 691: Clinical Practicum for Special Needs Populations
  • SPE 692 Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation of Students with Disabilities Lab
  • SPE 699: Thesis
  • SPE 709: Methods of Teaching Students with Visual Impairments and Multiple Disabilities
  • SPE 710: Problems in Special Education
  • SPE 711: Braille Reading and Writing II
  • SPE 712: Instructional Techniques and Strategies of Orientation and Mobility
  • SPE 714: Professional Issues and Assessment in Orientation and Mobility with Diverse Populations
  • SPE 715: Foundations in Special Education
  • SPE 730: Health, Functional, and Psychosocial Aspects of Disability
  • SPE 733: Methods of Teaching Independent Living Skills to Persons with Blindness or Low Vision
  • SPE 779: Application of Technology in Special Education
  • SPE 780: Contemporary Issues in Special Education
  • SPE 781: Educational Consultation
  • SPE 782: Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation of Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities
  • SPE 783: Advanced Assessment to Support Developmental and Sensory Disabilities
  • SPE 784: Advanced Procedures in Teaching Students with Mild to Moderate Disabilities
  • SPE 785: Advanced Procedures in Developmental Disabilities
  • SPE 787: Advanced Behavioral Analysis and Intervention
  • SPE 788: Research Seminar in Special Education
  • SPE 789: Practicum: The Exceptional Child
  • SPE 790: Educational Workshop
  • SPE 791: Clinical Practicum for Special Needs Populations
  • SPE 792 Advanced Diagnosis and Remediation of Students with Disabilities Lab
  • SPE 799: Thesis

College of Health and Human Services

Communication Sciences and Disorders

  • CSD 260: Survey of Interests in Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 318: Phonological Disorders
  • CSD 321: Conceptually Accurate Signed English I
  • CSD 322: Conceptually Accurate Signed English II
  • CSD 330: Introduction to American Sign Language (ASL)
  • CSD 331: American Sign Language (ASL) II
  • CSD 332: American Sign Language (ASL) III
  • CSD 333: American Sign Language (ASL) IV
  • CSD 380: Development, Diversity, & Deafness
  • CSD 495: Observation Clinical Practicum I
  • CSD 496: Observation Clinical Practicum II
  • CSD 497: Observation Clinical Practicum
  • CSD 562: Psycho-Social Implications of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 572: Aural Rehabilitation
  • CSD 658: Assessment: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 659: Early Intervention: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 660: Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I
  • CSD 661: Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II
  • CSD 662: Speech Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I
  • CSD 663: Speech Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II
  • CSD 664: Instructional Strategies: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 665: Reading: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 666: Counseling: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 669: Psycho-Social Implications of Being Deaf or Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 695: Advanced Clinical Practice CSD 696: Supervised Teaching
  • CSD 696: Supervised Teaching
  • CSD 758: Early Intervention Assessment: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I
  • CSD 759: Early Intervention: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II
  • CSD 760: Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I
  • CSD 761: Language Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II
  • CSD 762: Speech Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing I
  • CSD 763: Speech Development: Deaf and Hard of Hearing II
  • CSD 764: Instructional Strategies and Assessment: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 765: Reading: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 766: Counseling: Deaf and Hard of Hearing
  • CSD 796: Supervised Teaching

Kinesiology

  • KIN 200: Foundations of Education and Physical Education
  • KIN 240: Creative Dance & Exploratory Activities for Children
  • KIN 257: Personal Health
  • KIN 260: Outdoor Leisure Education
  • KIN 264: Team Sports
  • KIN 270: Recreational & Aerobic Dance Techniques
  • KIN 273: Aquatics
  • KIN 277: Individual & Dual Sports
  • KIN 300: Teaching and Coaching Volleyball
  • KIN 301: Teaching and Coaching Football
  • KIN 302: Teaching and Coaching Basketball
  • KIN 303: Teaching and Coaching Track and Field
  • KIN 304: Teaching and Coaching Baseball
  • KIN 305: Teaching and Coaching Softball
  • KIN 335: Organization and Administration of Physical Education and Sport
  • KIN 358: Health Education Methods
  • KIN 362: Exercise Physiology
  • KIN 370: Introduction to Safety Education
  • KIN 371: Driver Task Analysis
  • KIN 372: Developing Vehicle Operation Skills and Competencies
  • KIN 373: Developing Classroom Knowledge
  • KIN 400: Movement to Enhance Cognition: Elementary Physical Education for
  • Elementary Teachers
  • KIN 411(SEC): Teaching of Secondary Physical Education
  • KIN 430: History & Philosophy of Physical Education
  • KIN 431: Teaching K-4 Physical Education
  • KIN 440: Middle School (5-9) Physical Education
  • KIN 466: Physical Education for the Mentally Handicapped
  • KIN 468: Adapted Physical Education
  • KIN 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Physical Education)
  • KIN 496: Supervised Teaching (Elementary)
  • KIN 498: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • KIN 545: Perceptual & Motor Development KIN 575: Measurement and
  • Evaluation Applied to Physical Education

Psychology

  • PSY 360: Educational Psychology
  • PSY 380: Development of the Student
  • PSY 385: Development of the Early Childhood and Elementary Student
  • PSY 390: Development of the Adolescent Student PSY 493: Directed Readings in Educational Psychology
  • PSY 486: Management and Assessment in the Middle and Secondary Classroom

College of Humanities and Public Affairs

Economics

  • ECO 318: Economics for Educators

History

  • HST 418: Teaching of Secondary School Social Studies
  • HST 420: Supervised Teaching of Secondary Social Studies (Secondary)
  • HST 421: Supervised Teaching of Secondary Social Studies (Secondary)
  • HST 422: Supervised Teaching
  • HST 423: Seminar in Student Teaching
  • HST 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • HST 602: Secondary School Curriculum for the Social Studies

College of Natural and Applied Sciences

Agriculture (and Technology)

  • AGE 318 (AGR): Introduction to Agricultural Education
  • AGE 337 (AGR): Agricultural Mechanics Practices
  • AGE 404 (SEC): Teaching of Agriculture
  • AGE 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary) in Agriculture
  • AGE 494: Supervised Teaching (Secondary) in Agriculture
  • AGE 498 (AGR): Problems in Agricultural Education
  • AGE 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • AGE 508 (AGR): Teaching Adults in Vocational Education (Identical with SEC 527 and TEC 527)
  • AGE 518 (AGR): Agricultural Education – Special Topics
  • AGE 548 (AGR): Agriculture in the Classroom
  • AGE 558 (SEC)): Teaching of Agriculture
  • AGE 568 (AGR): Course and Program Building in Agricultural Education
  • AGE 578 (AGR): Methods of Teaching Agricultural Management
  • AGE 588 (AGR): Methods of Teaching Agricultural Laboratory Management
  • AGE 618 (AGE): Topics in Agricultural Education
  • AGT 416: Principles of Teaching Industrial Education
  • AGT 420: Technology Education for the Classroom
  • AGT 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Technology)
  • AGT 494: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Technology)
  • AGT 521: Selection and Organization of Industrial Education
  • AGV 520: Occupational Analysis
  • AGV 521: Selection & Organization of Industrial Education
  • AGV 522: Philosophy of Vocational Education
  • AGV 523: Guidance for Vocational Development
  • AGV 525: Organization & Management in Vocational Education
  • AGV 526: Coordination of Cooperative Education
  • AGV 527: Teaching Adults in Vocational Education
  • AGV 528: Measurement & Evaluation of VOED Programs
  • AGV 576: Teaching of Vocational Industrial Subjects
  • AGV 624: Organization & Administration of VOED
  • AGV 626: Seminar in Industrial Education AGV 660: Special Investigations
  • TED 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II

Biology

  • BIO 100: Biological Science for Educators
  • BIO 205: Life Science for Middle School
  • BIO 215: Introduction to the Diversity of Life
  • SCI 214: Introduction to Science Teaching in the 21st Century
  • SCI 314: Techniques and Technology in Science Laboratory Teaching
  • SCI 404: Teaching of Middle School Natural Science
  • SCI 414 (SEC): Teaching of Secondary School Natural Science
  • SCI 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary)
  • SCI 494: Supervised Teaching (Secondary)
  • SCI 499: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • SCI 580: Topics in Science Education
  • SCI 680: Advanced Topics in Science Education

Chemistry

  • CHM 108: Chemistry for the Citizen Laboratory
  • CHM 160: General Chemistry I
  • CHM 161: General Chemistry II Laboratory
  • CHM 435: Investigation in Chemistry for Teachers

Clothing, Textiles, and Merchandising

  • CTM 283: Textile Science

Consumer and Family Studies

  • CFS 120: Family Health
  • CFS 335: Presentation Techniques
  • CFS 472: Resource Management Theory and Practicum
  • CFS 498: Clinical Experiences in Teaching II
  • CFS 507: Student Organizations in Family and Consumer Sciences
  • CFS 512: Teaching Family and Consumer Sciences
  • CFS 515: Organization of Family and Consumer Sciences Programs

Family and Consumer Sciences

  • FCS 303: Textiles, Apparel, and Fashion
  • FCS 493: Supervised Teaching (Family and Consumer Sciences)
  • FCS 494: Supervised Teaching (Family and Consumer Sciences)

Geography, Geology and Planning

  • GLG 701: Geology for Secondary Teachers I
  • GLG 702: Geology for Secondary Teachers II
  • GRY 240: Earth Science for Teachers
  • GRY 700: Cultural Geography for Secondary Teachers I
  • GRY 703: Cultural Geography for Secondary Teachers II

Mathematics

  • MTH 145: Contemporary Mathematics
  • MTH 315: Algebraic Structures
  • MTH 320: Foundations of Mathematics for Teachers MTH 343: Foundations of Probability
  • and Statistics for Teachers
  • MTH 360: Foundations of Geometry for Elementary Teachers
  • MTH 377: Mathematical Processes
  • MTH 409: Teaching and Learning of Mathematics I
  • MTH 410: Teaching and Learning of Mathematics II, with Practicum
  • MTH 411: Teaching and Learning Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective
  • MTH 460: College Geometry MTH 479: Mathematical Tools and Structures
  • MTH 493: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Mathematics)
  • MTH 494: Supervised Teaching (Secondary Mathematics)
  • MTH 510: High School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective
  • MTH 610: High School Mathematics from an Advanced Perspective

Physics, Astronomy and Material Sciences

  • AST 611: Astronomy for Teachers
  • PHY 101: Physics by Inquiry for Educators
  • PHY 501: Physics and Astronomy by Inquiry
  • PHY 505: Intellectual Foundations of Science and Technology
  • PHY 601: Workshop on Topical Issues in Science Education
  • PHY 685: Physics Laboratory for Teachers

Library Science

  • LIS 500: Libraries and Librarianship: An Introductory Seminar
  • LIS 502: History of Books and Libraries
  • LIS 504: Reference
  • LIS 506: Selection and Acquisition of Library Materials
  • LIS 508: Cataloging and Classification
  • LIS 510: Curriculum and the School Library
  • LIS 512: Reading Guidance for Young Adults
  • LIS 518: Service Learning in Library Science
  • LIS 530: Children's Librarianship: Birth through Age 9
  • LIS 532: Library Resources and Services for Grades 4-8
  • LIS 534: Introduction to Storytelling
  • LIS 540: Information Technologies
  • LIS 596: Independent Study
  • LIS 597: Special Topics
  • LIS 598: Action Research in the School Library
  • LIS 599: Library Practicum
  • LIS 628: School Library Administration
  • LIS 698: Action Research in the School Library