Dec 16, 2018  
Graduate Academic Catalog 2015-2016 
    
Graduate Academic Catalog 2015-2016 [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Education

   •  EDU 730 - School Law
   •  EDU 740 - School and Community Relations
   •  EDU 741 - Sheltered English Immersion Endorsement Course for Administrators
   •  EDU 751 - Research-Based School and Program Improvement
   •  EDU 781 - Practicum and Seminar for Supervisor/Director
   •  EDU 782 - Practicum and Seminar for Principal, PreK-6
   •  EDU 783 - Practicum and Seminar for Principal, 5-8
   •  EDU 784 - Practicum and Seminar for Principal, 9-12
   •  EDU 785 - Practicum and Seminar for Special Education Administrator
   •  EDU 786 - Practicum and Seminar for Superintendent/Assistant Superintendent

English

   •  ENG 618 - Advanced World Literature: Nobel Prize-Winning Authors
   •  ENG 632 - Literature for Adolescents
   •  ENG 634 - British Literature
   •  ENG 636 - Poetry and Literary Analysis
   •  ENG 638 - General Linguistics
   •  ENG 639 - Literature of WWII in Europe
   •  ENG 640 - Contemporary American Fiction and Visual Media
   •  ENG 644 - Survey of American Literature
   •  ENG 661 - History of the English Language: Advanced Content in English
   •  ENG 663 - Selected Topics
   •  ENG 670 - Chaucer and Medieval Traditions
   •  ENG 672 - Literature of Immigrant Communities in the U.S.
   •  ENG 673 - Selected Topics
   •  ENG 674 - Developing Writers
   •  ENG 675 - Advanced Writing
   •  ENG 676 - Literary Analysis
   •  ENG 684 - World Literature
   •  ENG 686 - Poetics

French

   •  FRE 613 - Advanced French Writing
   •  FRE 638 - French African “Coming of Age” Novels
   •  FRE 660 - Francophone Civilization
   •  FRE 663 - Selected Topics
   •  FRE 665 - Caribbean Studies
   •  FRE 671 - Cinema
   •  FRE 673 - Selected Topics
   •  FRE 676 - The Literature of the Old Regime
   •  FRE 678 - French Literature of the 19th and 20th Centuries

History

   •  HIS 610 - Principles of Geography
   •  HIS 614 - The History of Massachusetts: 1620–1865
   •  HIS 637 - History of the Postwar American Presidents
   •  HIS 638 - Modern Europe: 1914 to Present
   •  HIS 639 - WWII in Europe: History as Represented in Literature
   •  HIS 640 - Europe 1300–1700
   •  HIS 644 - The Ancient Greek World
   •  HIS 645 - Ancient Israel
   •  HIS 646 - Roma Aeterna: History and Language of the World’s Greatest Empire
   •  HIS 647 - The Ancient Roman World
   •  HIS 650 - History of the Reformation
   •  HIS 663 - Selected Topics
   •  HIS 665 - U.S. History, 1974-2000: The Post-Watergate Presidents
   •  HIS 670 - 19th-Century American Thinkers
   •  HIS 672 - US Constitution: Origins and Applications
   •  HIS 673 - Selected Topics
   •  HIS 675 - The Darwinian Revolution
   •  HIS 678 - Using Museums in the Classroom

Kinesiology

   •  KIN 610 - Motor Control and Learning
   •  KIN 620 - Modeling and Simulation of Human Movement

Mathematics

   •  MAT 601 - Mathematics
   •  MAT 605 - Quantitative Reasoning: Mathematics and the Greeks
   •  MAT 614 - Mathematical Methods I
   •  MAT 619 - Statistics
   •  MAT 620 - Discrete Mathematics
   •  MAT 621 - Modeling Mathematics
   •  MAT 627 - Investigating Mathematical Concepts
   •  MAT 635 - Calculus with Precalculus
   •  MAT 636 - Mathematical Inquiry
   •  MAT 637 - Number Theory
   •  MAT 638 - Real Analysis
   •  MAT 640 - The Mathematics of Science
   •  MAT 663 - Selected Topics
   •  MAT 673 - Selected Topics

Montessori Education

   •  MON 545 - Foundations of Montessori Education
   •  MON 546 - Math and Instructional Strategies in the Montessori Classroom
   •  MON 547 - Language and Literacy Across the Curriculum
   •  MON 548 - Human Development and Learning
   •  MON 560 - Montessori Practicum and Seminar

Music

   •  GMU 5– - Music Education Workshops
   •  GMU 543 - Woodwind Class
   •  GMU 544 - Brass Class
   •  GMU 545 - Strings Class
   •  GMU 546 - Percussion Class
   •  GMU 547 - Guitar Class
   •  GMU 550 - Conducting
   •  GMU 555 - World Music
   •  GMU 557 - Choral Methods and Literature
   •  GMU 558 - Instrumental Methods and Literature
   •  GMU 565 - Music Education I Elementary Methods (K–5)
   •  GMU 566 - Music Education II Secondary Methods (6–12)
   •  GMU 577 - Music Education Seminar
   •  GMU 580 - Practicum
   •  GMU 601 - Graduate Music Theory Review
   •  GMU 602 - Graduate Music History Review
   •  GMU 610 - Analytical Techniques
   •  GMU 612 - Western Music
   •  GMU 614 - Non-Western Music
   •  GMU 616 - Techniques of Conducting
   •  GMU 618 - Conducting Seminar
   •  GMU 619 - General Music Seminar
   •  GMU 620 - Lab Ensemble
   •  GMU 621 - Child and Adolescent Vocal Pedagogy
 

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