Courses

The following page provides a general outline of courses available per quarter. For a detailed schedule of courses, please visit our Time Schedule page. Course descriptions can be found here.
 

School of Educational Studies Core and Elective Courses Offerings 2016-17 
 

Undergraduate Offerings
indicates core courses required for all students in the major 

Graduate Courses
B EDUC Majors only, all others contact School for entry codes

indicates a course required for Elementary Education Option and completed before Student Teaching

Autumn Undergraduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
220 Education & Society 5
255 Critical Diversity Studies (JL w/BIS 255) 5
315 History of Education in the U.S. 5
⚐ 391/ 205 Education & Equity in U.S. 5
391 ✏ Communicating & Understanding El Ed Math 5
392 ✏ Human Growth & Learning  5
403 ✏ Intro to Special Education (additional 3 credits from B EDUC 391) 5
441 ✏ Second Language Acquisition, Bilingual Education & Structure of Engl (JL w/B EDUC 541) 5
475 Global Perspectives on Diversity and Citizenship Education 3
522 Education and the American Dream (may be taken with B EDUC 452 for additional 2 credits) 3
  (522 is available to students with senior standing)  

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Winter Undergraduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
⚐ 210 Teaching & Learning in a Multicultural Society 5
220 Culture, Knowledge, and Education 5
250 Education & Popular Culture 5
255 Critical Diversty Studies (JL w/BIS 255) 5
⚐ 391/ 300 Educational Research 5
391 ✏ STEAM Education 3
423 ✏ Knowing, Teaching, Assessing Health and Fitness 3
456 Adolescents in Schools and Society 5
441 ✏ Second Language Acquisition, Bilingual Education & Structure of Engl (JL w/B EDUC 541) 5
470 Disability Culture in Schools and Society 5
476 New Literacies for Digital Learning 5
     

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Spring Undergraduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
220 Education and Society 5
250 Education & Popular Culture 5
255 Critical Diversty Studies (JL w/BIS 255) 5

⚐ 391/ 310

Theories of Learning, Culture & Identity 5
391 Conferring with Readers: Becoming a Skilled   Reading Tutor 5
391/ 399 Capstone Seminar 3
330 ✏ Race, Culture, and Identity in the Classroom (majors only) 5
403 ✏ Intro to Special Education (additional 3 credits from B EDUC 391) 5
409 ✏ Knowing, Teaching & Assessing in Reading, Writing and Communication 3
416 Instructional Design and Assessment 2
419 ✏ Knowing, Teaching & Assessing in Mathematics 3
421 ✏ Knowing, Teaching & Assessing in Earth, Physical, and Life Science 4
460 Moral Dimensions of Education 5
480 Life and Learning in Middle School 3
493 Environmental Education 3

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Autumn Graduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
501 Inquiry in Education 5
503 Early Literacy Development and Instruction 3
522 Education and the American Dream (may be taken with 452 for additional 2 credits) 3
541 Second Language Acquisition, Bilingual Education & Structure of Engl (JL w/B EDUC 441) 5
542 Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment in ELL (pre-req: B EDUC 541) 5
557 Curriculum Studies 5
     

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Winter Graduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
502 Teachers' Self-Understanding 5
535 Writing Across the Curriculum 3
537 Assessment 3
541 Second Language Acquisition, Bilingual Education & Structure of Engl (JL w/B EDUC 441) 5
543 ELL and TESOL Practicum (pre-req 542) 3
556 Adolescent Development 5
577 Curriculum Development 5

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Spring Graduate

B EDUC
Title
Credits
504 Theories of Organizational Change and School Reforms 5
517 Working with Strugging Readers: Grades 3 - 8 3
540 Principles of Inclusion: Students and Families 5
544 Leadership, Advocacy, and Program Assessment in ESOL 5
566 Education and Technology 3
     

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B.A. in Educational Studies (pending University approval)

Required Core classes:

  • Education & Equity in the U.S. (A)
  • Multicultural Educ & Transformative Knowledge (W)
  • Educational Research (W)
  • Theories of Learning Culture & Identity (Sp)

These courses are currently listed as B EDUC 391: Special Topics pending curriculum development and approval.