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Graduate Bulletin 2013-2015

About Lehman College

Graduate Programs and Policies

Graduate Programs

Office of Graduate Studies

Departments Offering Graduate Programs

Doctoral Programs With CUNY

Inventory of Graduate Programs as Registered with The New York State Education Department

Education Programs

Academic Policies and Procedures

Registration Policies and Procedures

Credit Policies

Grading Policies

Attendance Policy

Continuation

Grading System

Academic Probation

Admission, Tuition and Fees, and Financial Aid

Campus Facilities and Resources

Academic Programs and Courses

Curricula and Course Offerings

Cross-Listed Courses

Course Levels

Index of Course Abbreviations (Alpha Codes)

Anthropology

Art

M.A. Program in Art

M.F.A. Program in Art

M.A. Program in Art Education (Pre-K-12)

Courses in Studio Art

ART 607: Fundamentals of Ceramic Hand Building.

ART 612: Introduction to Digital Imaging.

ART 613: Two-Dimensional Design for Digital Media.

ART 617: Fundamentals of Wheel Thrown Ceramics.

ART 621: Computer Modeling and Design.

ART 622: Computer Modeling and Design II.

ART 702: Advanced Problems in Design I.

ART 703: Advanced Digital Media I (Interface Design).

ART 704: Advanced Problems in Design II.

ART 707: Advanced Ceramics I.

ART 710: Advanced Drawing.

ART 712: Advanced Painting I.

ART 713: Advanced Digital Media II (Interaction Design).

ART 714: Advanced Painting II.

ART 716: Advanced Painting III.

ART 717: Advanced Ceramics II.

ART 718: Advanced Painting IV.

ART 722: Advanced Sculpture I.

ART 723: Advanced Digital Media III (Identity Design).

ART 724 : Advanced Sculpture II.

ART 726: Advanced Sculpture III.

ART 727: Ceramic Sculpture.

ART 728: Advanced Sculpture IV.

ART 730: Advanced Printmaking.

ART 731: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web I.

ART 732: Advanced Printmaking II.

ART 733: Advanced Digital Media IV (Information Design).

ART 734: Advanced Printmaking III.

ART 736: Advanced Printmaking IV.

ART 737: Advanced Ceramics III.

ART 738: Advanced Photography I.

ART 740: Advanced Photography II.

ART 741: Applied Imaging and Applications to the World Wide Web II.

ART 742: Independent Research.

ART 746: Master's Project.

ART 748: Master's Project.

ART 750: Master's Project.

ART 752: Advanced Two-Dimensional Design for Digital Media.

ART 755: Seminar in Contemporary Art.

ART 757: Special Topics in Studio Art.

Courses in Art History

Course in Art Education

Biological Sciences

Program in Biology

Program for Secondary School Teachers of Biology and General Science

Dual Degree: B.A./M.S. in Biology

M.A. Level Courses in Biology

PH.D. Level Courses in Biology

BIO U706.01: Plant Systematics: Lecture.

BIO U706.02: Plant Systematics: Laboratory.

BIO U706.05: Taxonomy of Vascular Plants: Lecture.

BIO U706.06: Taxonomy of Vascular Plants: Laboratory.

BIO U706.10: Biological Systematics.

BIO U710.15: Plant Molecular Biology: Lecture.

BIO U710.16: Plant Molecular Biology: Laboratory.

BIO U714.03: Cell Biology.

BIO U722.01: Endocrine Physiology.

BIO U722.02: Laboratory in Endocrinology.

BIO U730.01: Plant Physiology: Lecture.

BIO U730.02: Plant Physiology: Laboratory.

BIO U745.01: Phytochemistry: Lecture.

BIO U745.02: Phytochemistry: Laboratory.

BIO U752: Plant Morphogenesis: Lecture.

BIO U752.01: Plant Morphogenesis: Laboratory.

BIO U754.01: Comparative Morphology of Vascular Plants: Lecture.

BIO U754.02: Comparative Morphology of Vascular Plants: Laboratory.

BIO U761.05: Fishes and Fisheries Biology: Lecture.

BIO U761.06: Fishes and Fisheries Biology: Laboratory.

BIO U761.13: Marine Ecology: Lecture.

BIO U761.14: Marine Ecology: Laboratory.

BIO U762: Physiological Ecology: Lecture.

BIO U762.01: Physiological Ecology: Laboratory.

*BIO U763: Experimental Parasitology: Lecture.

*BIO U763.01: Experimental Parasitology: Laboratory.

BIO U764.03: Plant Ecology: Lecture.

BIO U764.04: Plant Ecology: Laboratory.

*BIO U765.01: Paleobotany: Lecture.

*BIO U765.02: Paleobotany: Laboratory.

BIO U770.03: Cytology: Lecture.

BIO U772.00: Electron Microscopy Cytology: Laboratory.

BIO U780.01: Mathematical Biology: Lecture.

BIO U780.02: Mathematical Biology: Laboratory.

BIO U791: Colloquium.

BIO U792: Tutorial.

BIO U792.01: Advanced Study.

BIO U793.01, 793.02, and 793.03: Seminar in Special Topics.

BIO U899: Independent Doctoral Research.

Chemistry

Counseling, Leadership, Literacy, and Special Education

M.S.Ed. Program in Counselor Education

Admission Requirements for Counselor Education

Bilingual School Counseling Extension**

Family Counseling Extension

Courses in Counselor Education

Educational Leadership Graduate Programs

M.S.Ed. Program in Educational Leadership (33 Credits)

Advanced Educational Leadership/District Leader Extension Program (12-15 credits)

Advanced Certificate in Educational Leadership

Courses in Educational Leadership

M.S.Ed. Program in Literacy Studies

Dual Certificate, Literacy and Special Education, Birth-Grade 6

M.S.Ed. Program in Teaching Literacy Birth-Grade 6 and Special Education Grades 1-6

Courses in Literacy Studies

EDR 529: Language, Literacy, and Educational Technology.

EDR 605: Professional Writing for Educators.

*EDR 700: Studies in the Teaching of the Language Arts —Advanced Course.

EDR 701: Language and Literacy Development of Infants, Toddlers, and Young Children.

EDR 702: Language and Literacy Acquisition and Development of Children.

EDR 703: Literacy Acquisition and Development of Pre-Adolescents and Adolescents.

*EDR 705: Second Language Literacy.

EDR 711: Instructional Approaches for Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood Education.

EDR 712: Instructional Approaches for Language and Literacy Development for the Diverse Learner in Early Childhood and Childhood Education.

EDR 713: Instructional Approaches for Language and Literacy Development for Diverse Learners in Middle Childhood and Adolescent Education.

*EDR 715: Development and Evaluation of Reading Materials.

*EDR 716: Literacy Development in Nontraditional Settings.

EDR 721: Assessing and Evaluating Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood Education.

EDR 722: Assessing and Evaluating Language and Literacy Development in Childhood Education.

EDR 723: Assessing and Evaluating Language and Literacy Development in Middle Childhood and Adolescent Education.

*EDR 726: Curriculum Development for Literacy Programs in Nontraditional Settings.

EDR 731: Practicum in Fostering Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood and Childhood Education.

EDR 733: Practicum in Fostering Language and Literacy Development in Middle Childhood and Adolescent Education.

*EDR 736: Practicum in Literacy Development in Nontraditional Settings.

EDR 751: Literature-Based Literacy Programs in Early Childhood Education.

EDR 752: Teaching Comprehensive Strategies in Literacy through Children's Literature for the Diverse Learner in Early Childhood and Childhood Education.

EDR 753: Teaching Comprehensive Strategies in Literacy through Young Adult's Literature for Diverse Learners in Middle Childhood and Adolescent Education.

*EDR 756: Literature-based Literacy Programs in Nontraditional Settings.

*EDR 762: Investigation in Reading I.

*EDR 763: Investigation in Reading II.

EDR 765: Perspectives on Literacy.

EDR 767: Project Seminar: Research on Literacy I.

EDR 768: Project Seminar Research in Literacy II.

EDR 770: Independent Study in Reading.

*EDR 775: Literacy Theories and Programs: Perspectives for Administrators.

EDR 780: Special Topics in Reading.

*EDR 785: Honors Seminar: Issues in Literacy.

Graduate Programs in Special Education

Extensions and Annotations to the Initial/Professional Certificate in Teaching Students with Disabilities

Admission Requirements to the 36-Credit M.S.Ed. Program in Early Childhood or Childhood Special Education

Admission Requirements to the 36-Credit M.S.Ed. Program in Students with Disabilities Grade 7-12 Generalist

Admission Requirements to the 48-Credit Dual Certification Program in Early Childhood Special Education and Early Childhood Education or Childhood Special Education and Childhood Education for applicants who do not possess New York State certification:

Admission Requirements to the 42-Credit Certification Program in Bilingual Early Childhood or Childhood Special Education for applicants who already possess New York State certification:

Admission Requirements to the 48-Credit Dual Certification Program in Bilingual Early Childhood or Childhood Special Education and Bilingual Early Childhood Education or Childhood Education for applicants who do not possess New York State certification:

Continuation Requirements for Students in the Special Education Sequences of Study

Continuation Requirements for Students in the Dual Certification Special Education and General Education Sequences of Study.

Graduation Requirements

Special Education Overview

Special Education Teacher, Birth to 2: Advanced Certificate Program.

Special Education Teacher, 1-6: Advanced Certificate Program.

Special Education

Courses in Special Education

EDS 700: Biomedical Aspects of Handicapping Conditions.

EDS 701: Understanding Individuals with Disabilities.

EDS 702: The Young Child with Special Needs.

EDS 703: Practicum in Behavioral Assessment and Management of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children with Special Needs.

EDS 704: Curriculum and Instructional Practices for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children with Special Needs.

EDS 705: Practicum in Curriculum and Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children with Special Needs.

EDS 706: Practicum in Assessment for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Young Children with Special Needs.

EDS 707: The Childhood Student with Disabilities.

EDS 708: Practicum in Behavioral Assessment and Management of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Childhood Students with Disabilities.

EDS 709: Curriculum and Instructional Practices for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Childhood Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 710: Practicum in Curriculum and Instructional Practices for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Childhood Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 711: Practicum in Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Childhood Students with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 712: The Adolescent with Disabilities.

EDS 713: Practicum in Behavioral Assessment and Management of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Adolescents with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 714: Curriculum and Instructional Practices for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Adolescents with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 715: Research in Special Education.

EDS 716: Practicum in Curriculum and Instruction for Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Adolescents with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 717: Practicum in Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Adolescents with Disabilities in Inclusive Settings.

EDS 718: Culminating Master's Project.

EDS 719: Student Teaching of Diverse Learners with Disabilities in Inclusive and Specialized Settings.

EDS 720: Student Teaching Seminar.

EDS 722: Teaching Students with Severe Disabilities.

EDS 723: Collaborative Approaches to Teaching Individuals with Severe Disabilities Across the Lifespan.

EDS 724: Practicum in Teaching Diverse Learners with Severe Disabilities in Specialized Settings.

EDS 725: Nature and Needs of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Gifted and Talented K-12 Students in Inclusive and Gifted Classes.

EDS 726: Assessment of Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Gifted and Talented K-12 Students in Inclusive and Gifted Classes.

EDS 727: Best Practices for Teaching Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Gifted and Talented K-12 Students in Inclusive and Gifted Classes.

EDS 728: Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Gifted and Talented K-12 Students in the Home, School and Community.

EDS 730: Study of Early Special Education.

*EDS 740: Nature and Needs of the Handicapped.

EDS 741: Psycho-educational Evaluation of Children with Learning Problems.

EDS 742: Advanced Psycho-educational Assessment.

EDS 743: Behavioral Assessment, Management, and Change.

*EDS 744: Visual Arts for Children with Learning Problems.

*EDS 745: Curriculum, Instruction, and Management of Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs —A Practicum.

*EDS 746: Diagnostic Study and Habilitation of Infants and Toddlers with Special Needs.

*EDS 747: Diagnostic Study and Special Education of Older Preschool Children with Special Needs.

*EDS 748: The Adolescent with Developmental Learning Problems.

*EDS 749: Movement for Children with Learning Problems.

*EDS 750: Study of the Mentally Retarded and the Multiple-Handicapped Individual.

*EDS 751: Curriculum and Methodology for Retarded and Multiple-Handicapped Children.

*EDS 752: Development of Functional Literacy Skills in Individuals with Mental Retardation.

*EDS 753: Practicum —Teaching Individuals with Retardation.

*EDS 754: Individuals with Handicaps: Vocational Environments.

*EDS 755: The Special Child in the Home, School, and Community: Strategies for Adaptation.

*EDS 756: Specialized Techniques for Teaching the Person with Emotional Handicaps.

*EDS 757: Transdisciplinary Approaches and the Person with Handicaps.

*EDS 758: Practicum —Teaching the Individual with Multiple Handicaps.

*EDS 759: Curriculum, Instruction, and Management of Older Preschool Children with Special Needs —A Practicum.

*EDS 760: Study of the Person with Learning Disabilities.

*EDS 761: Curriculum Planning in Learning Disabilities.

*EDS 762: Practicum in Remediation of Specific Disabilities.

EDS 763: Seminar in Current Issues and Problems in Special Education.

*EDS 764: Practicum in the Assessment of Specific Learning Disabilities.

*EDS 765: Program Planning for Special Education.

*EDS 767: Practicum in Remediation of Specific Learning Disabilities.

*EDS 768: Practicum in the Assessment of Specific Learning Disabilities.

*EDS 770: Study of the Person with Emotional Handicaps.

*EDS 771: Planning Curricula for the Person with Emotional Handicaps.

*EDS 772: Practicum in Teaching the Person with Emotional Handicaps.

*EDS 790: Independent Study in Special Education.

Courses in Bilingual Special Education

Courses in Family and Consumer Studies

Courses in Special Subjects

Courses in Educational Media

Early Childhood and Childhood Education

Programs in Early Childhood Education

Programs in Childhood Education

Courses in Early Childhood Education

*EDC 701: Educational Psychology, Child Study, and Development.

*EDC 702: Educational Psychology, Learning.

*EDC 703: Program Planning for Early Childhood.

*EDC 704: Early Childhood Program Trends.

EDC 713: Literacy Development in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 714: Social Studies Concept Development in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 715: Mathematical Concept Formation in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 716: Developing Young Children's Concepts in Art, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 717: Developing Science Concepts in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 718: Developing Music Appreciation in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 721: Child Study and Developmental Assessment, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 722: Child Development and Program Design in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC (EDE) 727: Teaching English as a Second Language (Pre-K to Grade 6).

EDC 730: Understanding and Documenting Young Bilingual Children's Literacy Development and Concepts of the World Around Them, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 731: Understanding and Documenting Young Children's Literacy Development and Concepts of the World Around Them, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 732: Understanding and Documenting Young Children's Concepts of Mathematics and Art, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 733: Understanding and Documenting Young Children's Concepts of the Sciences and Music, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 734: Programs and Environments for Infants and Toddlers, Birth to 3 Years.

EDC 735: Family, School, and Community Interaction in Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 738: Literacy in Bilingual/Bicultural Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 739: Social Studies Concept Development in Bilingual/Bicultural Early Childhood Settings, Birth to Grade 2.

EDC 745: Teaching Internship and Seminar I.

EDC 746: Teaching Internship and Seminar II.

EDC 747: Teaching Internship and Seminar III.

EDC 748: Teaching Internship and Seminar IV.

EDC 749: Teaching Internship and Seminar V.

EDC 756: Teacher as Researcher and Writer.

EDC 757: Ethics and Professionalism in Early Childhood Teaching.

EDC 758: Intensive Teaching Internship and Seminar I.

EDC 759: Intensive Teaching Internship and Seminar II.

EDC 770-771: Advanced Studies in the Curriculum I and II.

*EDC 773: Parent-Teacher-Child Relationships.

EDC 776: Special Studies in Early Childhood Education.

*EDC 778: Workshop—Teaching as Process in Early Childhood Education.

*EDC 779: Administration and Supervision in Early Childhood Education.

EDC 781: Supervised Student Teaching in Bilingual Settings, Pre-K to Grade 2.

EDC (EDE) 783: Student Teaching Seminar.

EDC 784: Supervised Student Teaching Internship, Birth to Grade 2.

*EDC 790: Student Teaching Internship for N-III Teachers.

EDC 790: Supervised Student Teaching—Pre-K to Grade 2.

EDC 795: Student Teaching/Internship Seminar.

Courses in Childhood Education

EDE 510: Schools in a Bilingual/Bicultural Hispanic Community.

EDE 512: A Multi-arts Approach to Curriculum Development in the Elementary School with Emphasis on Hispanic Cultures.

EDE 611-612: Seminar in Elementary School Teaching, I and II.

EDE 621: Introduction to Teaching Reading in the Elementary School.

EDE 622: Advanced Methods in Teaching Reading in Elementary School.

*EDE 630: Psychology of Development and Learning in Elementary Education.

*EDE 632: Curriculum Development through the Social Sciences in the Elementary School.

*EDE 640: Teaching Mathematics in the Elementary School.

*EDE 651: Teaching Science in the Elementary School.

*EDE (ESC) 700: Psychology in Education, Group Dynamics.

*EDE 701: Psychology in Elementary Education, Advanced Educational Psychology.

*EDE (ESC) 702: Foundations of Education.

*EDE (ESC) 703: School and Community.

*EDE 704: Educational Evaluation.

*EDE 705: Project Seminar I.

*EDE 706: Project Seminar II.

*EDE 707: Introduction to Educational Research I.

*EDE 708: Introduction to Educational Research II.

EDE 713: Literacy in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 714: Learning and Teaching Social Studies in Childhood Settings —Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 715: Learning and Teaching Mathematics in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 716: Learning and Teaching Art in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 717: Learning and Teaching Science in Childhood Settings —Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 718: Learning and Teaching Music in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 721: Child Study and Developmental Assessment, Grade 1 to 6.

EDE 722: Child Development and Program Design in Childhood Settings —Grades 1 to 6.

EDE (EDC) 727: Teaching English as a Second Language (Pre-K to Grade 6).

EDE 728: Literature in the Elementary School.

*EDE 730: Science Instruction in the Elementary School, Advanced Course.

*EDE 731: Problems of Coordinating Science Instruction in the Elementary School.

*EDE 732: Curriculum Development in Environmental Education for the Elementary School.

EDE 733: Learning and Teaching Science and Music in Childhood Settings —Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 735: Family, School, and Community Interaction in Childhood Contexts —Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 738: Learning and Teaching Literacy in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 739: Learning and Teaching Social Studies in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

*EDE 740: Studies in the Teaching of Elementary Mathematics, Advanced Course.

*EDE 741: Materials and Methods for Mathematics Education.

*EDE 742: Supervision and Coordination of Elementary School Mathematics.

*EDE 743: Diagnosis of Difficulties in Learning Elementary School Mathematics.

*EDE 744: Practicum in Developing Remedial Programs for Children Experiencing Difficulty in Learning Elementary Mathematics.

EDE 745: Teaching Internship and Seminar I.

EDE 746: Teaching Internship and Seminar II.

EDE 747: Teaching Internship and Seminar III.

EDE 748: Teaching Internship and Seminar IV.

EDE 749: Teaching Internship and Seminar V.

*EDE 750: Studies in the Teaching of Elementary Social Studies, Advanced Course.

EDE 751: Learning and Teaching Literacy and the Social Studies in Bilingual/Bicultural Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 752: Learning and Teaching Literacy and the Social Studies in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

EDE 753: Learning and Teaching Mathematics and Art in Childhood Settings—Grades 1 to 6.

*EDE 755: Advanced Methods of Teaching Music in the Elementary School.

EDE 756: Teacher as Researcher.

EDE 757: Ethics and Professionalism in Childhood Teaching.

EDE (ECE) 758: Intensive Teaching Internship and Seminar I.

EDE 759: Intensive Teaching Internship and Seminar II.

EDE 760: Second-Language Learning and Teaching in Elementary School.

EDE 761: Teaching English as a Second Language in Elementary School.

*EDE 762-763: Workshop in the Teaching of Foreign Languages in the Elementary Schools I and II.

EDE 764: Mainstreaming in the Elementary Classroom.

EDE 765: Aesthetic Education in the Elementary School.

*EDE 768: Education Workshop for Teachers of Children of Puerto Rican Origin in the Elementary School.

*EDE 770: Quantitative Methods.

*EDE 772: Educational Tests and Measurements for Elementary School.

*EDE 775: Problems of Elementary Education in Metropolitan Areas.

EDE 776: Special Studies in Elementary Education.

EDE 777: Using the Computer in the Classroom.

*EDE (ESC) 780: Comparative Education.

*EDE (ESC) 781: Advanced Studies in Comparative and International Education.

EDE 782: Supervised Student Teaching in Bilingual Classrooms – Grades 1-6.

EDE (EDC) 783: Student Teaching Seminar.

EDE 784: Supervised Student Teaching Internship —Grades 1-6.

*EDE 788: Fundamentals of Curriculum Development.

EDE 789: Workshops in Curriculum Design.

EDE 790: Workshops in Curriculum Materials Development.

*EDE 791: Seminar in Problems of Elementary Education.

*EDE 792: Developing In-Service Programs for Early Childhood and Elementary Education.

*EDE 793: Curriculum Planning and Management for Elementary Education.

EDE 795: Supervised Student Teaching —Grades 1 to 6.

*EDE 796, 797, 798: Advanced Student-Teaching Internship in Elementary School.

SPE 703: Language and Linguistics.

Economics and Business

English

Master of Arts Program in English

Courses in English

ENG 700: Introduction to English Studies.

ENG 758: History of the English Language.

ENG 702: Introduction to Critical Theory.

ENG 703: Studies in Old English Language and Literature.

ENG 705: Studies in Medieval English Language and Literature.

ENG 712: Studies in the Renaissance.

ENG 713: Studies in Shakespeare.

ENG 722: Studies in Seventeenth-Century English Literature.

ENG 731: Studies in Eighteenth-Century English Literature.

ENG 740: Studies in Romanticism.

ENG 742: Studies in Nineteenth-Century English Literature.

ENG 748: Studies in American Literature to 1800.

ENG 750: Studies in Nineteenth-Century American Literature.

ENG 753: Studies in Modernism.

ENG 755: Studies in Twentieth-Century English Literature.

ENG 756: Studies in Twentieth-Century American Literature.

ENG 757: Studies in Contemporary Literature.

ENG 759: Structure of Modern English.

ENG 760: Studies in Postcolonial Literature and Theory.

ENG 761: Studies in Literature and Film.

ENG 762: Studies in Gender and Sexuality.

ENG 763: Studies in Multicultural American Literature.

ENG 764: Studies in Race and Literature.

ENG 769: Studies in Drama.

ENG 770: Studies in Poetry.

ENG 771: Studies in Fiction.

ENG 773: Women Writers in English.

ENG 776: Special Topics in Literature and Language.

ENG 782: Independent Study.

ENG 783: Practicum in Teaching College Writing.

ENG 784: Readings in Composition and Rhetoric.

ENG 785: Seminar in Writing: Practice and Theory.

ENG 788: Writing and Rhetoric in the Digital Age.

ENG 790: Special Topics in Composition and Rhetoric.

ENG 791: Creative Writing I.

ENG 792: Creative Writing II.

ENG 793: Literacy and Community.

ENG 795: Master’s Research.

New York City Writing Project

ENW 701: Poetry Workshop.

ENW 702: Fiction Workshop.

ENW 711: Forms and Techniques in Poetry.

ENW 712: Forms and Techniques in Fiction.

Earth, Environmental, and Geospatial Sciences

Master of Science in Geographic Information Science (GISc)

Advanced Certificate in Geographic Information Science (GISc)

Courses in Geology

Courses in Human Geography

Courses in Physical Geography

GEP 501: Weather and Climate.

GEP 504: Basic Mapping Applications and Analysis.

GEP 505: Principles of Geographic Information Science.

GEP 530: Urban Environmental Management.

GEP 602: Biogeography and GISc.

GEP 605: Special Topics in Geographic Information Systems.

GEP 606: Raster Analysis.

GEP 610: Spatial Analysis of Urban Health.

GEP 620: Demography and Population Geography with GISc.

GEP 621: Principles and Applications in Remote Sensing.

GEP 630: Geostatistics and Spatial Analytical Concepts.

GEP 631: Advanced Remote Sensing.

GEP 632: Environmental Health and Geographic Information Sciences (GISc).

GEP 635: Natural Hazards and Risk Analysis with GIS.

GEP 640: Urban Geography and Geographic Information Science (GISc).

GEP 641: Digital Image Analysis.

GEP 645: Water Resources, Hydrology, and GISc Analysis.

GEP 650: Topics in Regional Geography and Applied Mapping Analysis.

GEP 660: Geovisualization and Analytical Cartography.

GEP 662: Introduction to Programming for GISc.

GEP 664: Spatial Database Management.

GEP 670: Seminar and Internship Program in Geography.

GEP 675: Data Acquisition and Integration Methods for GIS Analysis.

GEP 680: Emerging Issues and Methods in Geographic Information Science.

GEP 689: Methods Seminar in Geographic Information Science (GISc).

GEP 690: Workshop in Geographic Information Science (GISc) Research.

GEP 691: Independent Study in Geography/Geographic Information Science.

GEP 695: Thesis Research in GISc.

GEP 699: Studies in Geographic Sciences.

Health Sciences

Applied Research Methods in Public Health Certificate

M.S.Ed. Program, Health Pre K-12 Teacher

M.A. Program in Health Education and Promotion

M.P.H. Program in Public Health

M.S. Program in Nutrition

M.S.Ed. Program in Recreation Education

Courses in Health Education

HEA 507: Human Sexuality.

HEA 509: Drugs and Substance Abuse.

HEA 600: Biostatistics.

HEA 601: Curriculum Development in Health Education.

HEA 602: Research Methods in Health Education.

HEA 603: History and Philosophy of Health Education and Promotion.

HEA 604: Educational Strategies in Health.

HEA 609: Drug Problems in the School and Community.

*HEA 610: Group Dynamics in Health Education.

HEA 620: Health Counseling.

HEA 622: Organization and Administration of Health Education and Promotion Programs.

HEA 623: Program Planning and Evaluation in Health Education.

HEA 624: Safety Education in Secondary Schools and Colleges.

HEA 625 (FCS 674): Seminar in Human Sexuality.

*HEA 626: Mental Health and the Classroom Teacher.

HEA 627: Health Problems and Issues in Contemporary Society.

HEA 630: Community Organization and Health Education.

HEA 633: Seminar in Urban Health Problems.

HEA 634: Modern Advances in Health Science.

HEA 635: Seminar in Disease Prevention and Control.

HEA 636: Perspectives on Death and Dying.

HEA (DFN) 640: Nutrition and Chronic Diseases.

HEA 670: Field Experience in Health Education.

HEA 671: Teaching Strategies for Health: Psychosocial Wellness.

HEA 672: Teaching Strategies for Health: Health Promotion Behaviors.

HEA 673: Teaching Strategies for Health: Disease and Disability.

HEA 674: Environment and Protecting Health.

HEA 680: Special Topics in Health.

HEA 685: Independent Study in Health Education and Promotion.

HEA 690: Seminar in Current Research.

HEA 691-692: Thesis.

HEA (EDG) 731: Sexuality Counseling.

HEA 741: Strategies in Nutrition Education.

HSD 606: Epidemiology.

HSD 608: Legal and Ethical Issues in Health Care.

Courses in Nutrition

Courses in Public Health

PHE 600: Biostatistics in Public Health.

PHE 606: Public Health Epidemiology.

PHE 608: Ethics in Public Health.

PHE 680: Topics in Public Health.

PHE 685: Independent Study in Public Health.

PHE 700: History and Philosophy of Public Health.

PHE 701: Public Health Policy and Management.

PHE 702: Environmental Health.

PHE 703: Social and Behavioral Dimensions of Health.

PHE 704: Environmental Health GISc Lab.

PHE 705: Principles of GISc for Public Health.

PHE 706: Spatial Analysis and Environmental Modeling for Public Health.

PHE 708: Health Informatics.

PHE 709: Health Equity and Social Justice.

PHE 710: Applications of Research Methods in Public Health.

PHE 715: Planning and Evaluation of Community-based Public Health Programs.

PHE 716: Qualitative Methods in Public Health.

PHE 717: The Geography of Urban Health.

PHE 720: Chronic Disease Epidemiology.

PHE 721: Infectious Disease Epidemiology.

PHE 722: Globalization and International Health.

PHE 723: Advanced Methods in Epidemiology.

PHE 724: Maternal and Child Health: A Life Course Perspective.

PHE 725: Maternal, Child, Reproductive and Sexual Health: Socio-historical Contexts.

PHE 730: Healthcare Financing and Economics.

PHE 731: Community Participation and Advocacy.

PHE 732: Healthcare Policy and Politics.

PHE 733: The Practice of Quality Management.

PHE 740: Critical Reading and Writing in Public Health.

PHE 770: Public Health Internship.

PHE 790: Public Health Practice Capstone Seminar.

PHE 791: Workshop in GISc Research for Public Health.

PHE 792: Public Health Capstone Project.

Courses in Recreation

Course in Exercise Science

History

M.A. Program in History

Courses in History of Ancient and Medieval Civilization

Courses in History of Modern Europe

Courses in Special and Comparative Historical Topics

Courses in History of the United States

Courses in Asian, African, and Latin American History

Journalism, Communication, and Theatre

Languages and Literatures

M.A. Program in Spanish

Courses in Spanish

Courses in Romance Languages

Courses in Italian

Courses in Classics

Latin American, Latino and Puerto Rican Studies

Liberal Studies (Interdisciplinary)

Mathematics and Computer Science

M.S. Program in Computer Science

M.A. Program in Mathematics

M.A. Program in Mathematics and Instruction

Courses in Mathematics Education

Courses in Mathematics

Courses in Computer Science

Independent Study Courses in Computer Science

Seminar and Independent Study Courses in Mathematics

Middle and High School Education

M.S.Ed. Program in Business and Technology Education*

M.S.Ed. Program in English Education

Advanced Certificate Program in English Education (24-27 Credits)

M.S.Ed. Program in Mathematics Education, Middle Childhood Education (5-9) or Adolescent Education (7-12).

Advanced Certificate: Middle Childhood Extension, Grades 5-6

Advanced Certificate in Mathematics Education (24-27 Credits)

M.S.Ed. Program in Science Education

Advanced Certificate in Science Education (21-24 Credits)

M.A. Program in Social Studies Education

Advanced Certificate in Social Studies Education (24-27 Credits)

M.S.Ed. Program in Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

Advanced Certificate: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (TESOL)

M.A in Teaching Spanish 7-12

Advanced Certificate for Teachers of Languages Other than English (LOTE) (21-24 Credits)

Advanced Certificate: Bilingual Extension

Advanced Certificate: Bilingual Extension—Intensive Teacher Institute

Courses in Middle and High School Education

ESC 501: Psychological Foundations of Education.

ESC 502: Historical Foundations of Education: A Multicultural Perspective.

ESC 506: Special Needs Education in TESOL and Secondary Settings.

ESC 509: Instructional Practices Across the Middle School Curriculum.

ESC 519: Teaching Science in Middle and High School.

ESC 520: Teaching Business Subjects in Middle and High School.

ESC 522: Teaching English in Middle and High School.

ESC 524: Teaching Foreign Language in Middle and High School.

ESC 529: Language and Literacies Acquisition in Secondary Education.

ESC 532: Teaching Mathematics in Middle and High School.

ESC 533: Teaching World History in Middle and High School.

ESC 534: Teaching U.S. History and Government.

ESC 536: Teaching Technology Subjects in Middle and High School.

ESC 562: Teaching Language Arts in Languages Other than English.

ESC 590: Staff Development Workshop for Teachers.

ESC 595: Internship in Classroom Teaching.

ESC 596: Student Teaching in the Middle and High School Grades.

ESC 611: Seminar in Secondary and TESOL Education.

ESC 612: Seminar in Secondary and TESOL Student Teaching.

ESC (EDE) 700: Psychology in Education, Group Dynamics.

ESC 701: Advanced Educational Psychology.

ESC (EDE) 702: Foundations of Education.

ESC (EDE) 703: School and Community.

ESC 704: Psychological Foundations of Adult Education, Advanced Educational Psychology.

ESC 705: Methods of Educational Research.

ESC 706: Project Seminar I.

ESC 707: Project Seminar II.

ESC 708: Project Seminar in Curriculum, Materials, and Assessment in Specialized Areas.

ESC 709: Workshop in Pedagogy and Classroom Management.

ESC 710: Education Workshop for Secondary School Teachers.

ESC 711: Perspectives on Middle School Education.

ESC 714: Teaching Art in Middle and High School.

ESC 720: Reading and Reading Materials for Adolescents.

ESC 721: Literature for Middle and High School Students.

ESC 722: Teaching Communication Skills in the Content Areas.

*ESC 723: Teaching Reading in the Content Areas.

ESC 724: Methods of Teaching Writing in Middle and High School.

ESC 725: Teaching English Grammar.

ESC 727: Teaching English as a Second Language (Pre-K to Grade 6).

ESC 730: Methods of Teaching English in Middle and High School: Selected Topics.

ESC 733: Teaching Music in the Middle Schools.

ESC 740: Teaching Mathematics in Grades 7-10.

ESC 741: Current Issues in Mathematics Education.

ESC 742: Research in Mathematics Education.

ESC 748: Teaching Problem Solving in Mathematics in Middle and High School.

ESC 749: Teaching Mathematics in Grades 11 and 12.

ESC 750: Theory and Practice in the Social Sciences.

ESC 755: Teaching the Historical Development of Science.

ESC 757: Linguistics for TESOL/Bilingual Teachers

ESC 759: Foundations of Bilingual/Bicultural Education.

ESC 760: Second-Language Learning and Teaching.

ESC 761: Teaching English as a Second Language to Adolescents and Adults.

ESC 762: Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages in Secondary Schools.

ESC 763: Teaching Literacy through the Content Areas in the Secondary Bilingual Classroom.

ESC 764-765: Workshop in Modern Materials and Methods of Foreign Language Teaching I and II (Secondary Schools).

ESC 766: Teaching English as a Second Language Through the Content Areas.

ESC 767: The Museum as a Resource for Teaching Science.

ESC 768: Education Workshop for Teachers of Students of Puerto Rican and Latino Origin.

ESC 769: Latinos in U.S. Schools.

ESC 770: Methods of Teaching Science in Secondary Schools: Selected Topics.

ESC 771: Integrating Mathematics, Science, and Technology in Middle School Teaching and Learning.

ESC 772: Evaluation and Assessment of Student Learning.

ESC 775: Problems of Secondary Education in Metropolitan Areas.

ESC 776: Multiethnic and Multicultural Education.

ESC 777: Philosophy of Education.

*ESC 778: History of the American School.

*ESC 779: European Backgrounds of American Education.

ESC (EDE) 780: Comparative Education.

ESC (EDE) 781: Advanced Studies in Comparative and International Education.

ESC 782: Methods of Teaching Business and Technology Education.

ESC 785: Methods of Teaching Music in the Secondary School and Adult Education.

ESC 788: Curriculum Theory and Design.

ESC 789: Independent Study in Curriculum Development.

ESC 790: Workshop in Curriculum Materials Development in Specialized Areas.

ESC 797: Internship in TESOL.

ESC 798: Student Teaching in TESOL.

Music

Nursing

M.S. Program in Nursing

Post-Masters Certificate in Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Family Nurse Practitioner

Post-Masters Certificate in Family Nurse Practitioner

Certificate in Nursing Administration

Certificate in Nursing Education

Courses in Nursing

NUR 561: Gender Issues and Stress.

NUR 600: Biostatistics in Health Research.

NUR 700: Transitional Issues in Nursing.

NUR 720: Concepts and Theories for Advanced Nursing Practice.

NUR 721: Essentials of Clinical Research.

NUR 723: Strategies for Advanced Nursing Practice.

NUR 726: Health Planning and Policy Making: Leadership Issues.

NUR 730: Nursing Informatics.

NUR 731: Total Quality Management (TQM).

NUR 732: Parent-Child Nursing I.

NUR 733: Parent-Child Nursing II.

NUR 738: Adult Health Nursing I.

NUR 739: Adult Health Nursing II.

NUR 748: Nursing Administration of Healthcare Systems.

NUR 749.1: Nursing Practice Synthesis and Application, Section 01, Advanced Nurse Practice Role.

NUR 749.2: Nursing Practice Synthesis and Application, Section 02, Nurse Administrator Role.

NUR 749.3: Nursing Practice Synthesis and Application, Section 03, Nurse Educator Role.

NUR 751: Nursing of Older Adults I.

NUR 752: Nursing of Older Adults II.

NUR 753: Independent Study: Implementation of Research.

NUR 754: Cultural Perspectives in Healthcare.

*NUR 755: Cultural Perspectives in Natality.

NUR 756: The Nurse's Role in Professional Development.

NUR 759: Independent Study: Extra-Clinical Research.

NUR 760: Topics in Nursing.

NUR 765: Advanced Health Assessment.

NUR 766: Advanced Pathophysiology.

NUR 767: Advanced Pharmacology.

NUR 768: Human Science in Nursing.

NUR 769: Family Developmental Theory.

NUR 770: Advanced Practice I.

NUR 771: Advanced Nursing Practice II.

NUR 772: Advanced Nursing Practice III.

NUR 773: Advanced Health Assessment.

NUR 774Advanced Family Nursing Practice I - Using a nursing science framework

NUR 775Advanced Family Nursing Practice II - Using a nursing science framework

NUR 776Advanced Family Nursing Practice III - Using a nursing science framework

*NUR 780: Pharmacology of Anesthesia.

*NUR 781: Professional Aspects of Nurse Anesthesia.

*NUR 782: Principles of Anesthesia I.

*NUR 783: Principles of Anesthesia II.

*NUR 784: Principles of Anesthesia III.

*NUR 785: Principles of Anesthesia IV.

*NUR 786: Principles of Anesthesia V.

NUR 787: Advanced Professional Seminar.

*NUR 799: Master's Project Seminar.

Physics and Astronomy

Political Science

Psychology

Speech-Language-Hearing Sciences

M.A. Program in Speech-Language Pathology

Courses in Speech-Language Pathology

SPE 530: Organization of the Speech and Hearing Program in Elementary and Secondary Schools.

*SPE 607: General Descriptive Phonetics.

*SPE 620: Speech Pathology.

SPE 700: Introduction to Research Methods.

SPE 701: Seminar in Professional Issues.

*SPE 702: The Nature of Speech, Language, and Communication Systems.

*SPE 703: Language and Linguistics.

*SPE 704: Psychology of Speech.

SPE 705: Speech Science.

*SPE 706: Experimental Phonetics.

*SPE 707: Studies in the Regional and Social Dialects of American English.

*SPE 708: Comparative Phonetics.

*SPE 710: Physiological and Psychological Acoustics.

*SPE 715: Semantics.

SPE 717: Advanced Anatomy, Physiology, and Neurology of Speech.

SPE 718: Phonology and Articulation.

SPE 719: Audiology for the Speech-Language Pathologist.

SPE 721: Early Childhood Language Disorders.

SPE 722: Language Disorders in School-Age Children and Adolescents.

SPE 723: The Nature, Diagnosis, and Treatment of Fluency Disorders.

SPE 724: Clinical Practicum in Audiology.

SPE 725: Diagnostic Techniques in Speech-Language Pathology.

SPE 726: Aphasia and Related Disorders.

SPE 727: Voice Disorders.

SPE 729: Clinical Practicum and Seminar in Speech-Language Pathology.

SPE 730: Clinical and Classroom Practicum in Speech-Language Pathology.

*SPE 733: Advanced Diagnostic Techniques in Speech Pathology.

SPE 734: Diagnostic Practicum.

SPE 735: Seminar in Speech-Language Pathology.

SPE 736: Motor Speech Disorders.

SPE 739: Dysphagia.

SPE 748: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).

SPE 796: Independent Study.

Social Work

M.S.W. Program in Social Work

Grade Requirements: Probation and Continuation Criteria

Social Work Courses

SWK 605: Human Behavior and the Social Environment.

SWK 606: Human Diversity and the Social Environment.

SWK 611: Generalist Social Work Practice I.

SWK 612: Generalist Social Work Practice II.

SWK 639: Social Welfare Institutions and Programs.

SWK 643: Social Welfare Policy Analysis.

SWK 646: Social Work Research I.

SWK 671: Fieldwork and Seminar I.

SWK 672: Fieldwork and Seminar II.

SWK 680: Special Topics in Social Work.

SWK 681: Social Work with Immigrants.

SWK 682: The Criminal Justice System and its Impact on Urban Families.

SWK 683: Issues in Urban Child Welfare.

SWK 684: Mass Violence: Dynamics of Helping Urban Populations.

SWK 685: Gender Issues and the Practice of Social Work.

SWK 686: Social Work Practice with Urban Older Adults.

SWK 687: Social Work in Urban Schools.

SWK 688: Social Work Practice with Substance Abusing Clients in the Urban Environment.

SWK 689: Social Work Practice with Military Service Personnel, Families, and Communities.

SWK 690: Social Work Practice with Children and Adolescents in an Urban Environment.

SWK 691: Social Work with Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT) Individuals and their Families: Practice and Policy Issues.

SWK 692: Social Work and Substance Abuse: Theories and Interventions.

SWK 693: Understanding Hispanic/Latino Communities: Implications for Social Work Practice.

SWK 694: Social Work Interventions with Diverse Urban Hispanic/Latino Individuals, Groups, Families, and their Communities.

SWK 707: Understanding Clinical Assessment and Diagnosis.

SWK 713: Advanced Social Work Practice in the Urban Environment I.

SWK 714: Advanced Social Work Practice in the Urban Environment II.

SWK 727: Supervision in Agency-Based Practice.

SWK 729: Administration in Urban Agencies.

SWK 745: Social Welfare Policy Practice.

SWK 747: Social Work Research II.

SWK 773: Fieldwork and Seminar III.

SWK 774: Fieldwork and Seminar IV.

Faculty and Administration

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