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  Aug 18, 2017
 
 
    
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Academic Catalog 2017-2018

All CCU Course Descriptions


Note: Certain courses may be offered only through the College of Undergraduate Studies (CUS) or the College of Adult and Graduate Studies (CAGS). Students should refer to their specific degree program in the Catalog or consult their academic advisor to confirm which courses are available in their program. In general, undergraduate course numbers (i.e. 100-499) ending in “A” are offered in the College of Adult and Graduate Studies. Undergraduate course numbers without the “A” ending are offered in the College of Undergraduate Studies.

 
   •  CSL 621 - Theories of Personality and Counseling
   •  CSL 623 - Psychopathology
   •  CSL 630 - Neuroscience and Clinical Counseling
   •  CSL 631 - Addictive Behaviors
   •  CSL 632 - Anxiety and Mood Disorders
   •  CSL 633 - Disorders of the Life Span
   •  CSL 634 - Eating Disorders
   •  CSL 635 - Personality and Dissociative Disorders
   •  CSL 636 - Cross-cultural Psychotherapy
   •  CSL 637 - Child and Adolescent Diagnosis and Treatment
   •  CSL 638 - Integrative Health
   •  CSL 639 - Master's Thesis
   •  CSL 641 - Human Growth and Development
   •  CSL 643 - Appraisal
   •  CSL 645 - Crisis and Trauma
   •  CSL 648 - Marriage and Family
   •  CSL 653 - Counseling Internship
   •  CSL 661 - Groups and Group Therapy
   •  CSL 662 - Theories of Groups and Group Counseling
   •  CSL 663 - Lifestyle and Career
   •  CSL 665 - Social and Cultural Foundations
   •  CSL 672 - Research and Evaluation
   •  CSL 674 - Professional Orientation
   •  CSL 680 - Integrative Seminar
   •  CSL 681 - Counseling Residency III
   •  CSL 690 - Directed Study
   •  CSL 697 - Special Topics
   •  ECE 201A - Teaching as a Profession
   •  ECE 205A - Health, Safety and Nutrition for ECE
   •  ECE 214A - Field I: Standards-Based Planning
   •  ECE 216A - Human Resources for ECE
   •  ECE 226A - Administration of ECE
   •  ECE 314A - Curriculum: Mathematics/Science
   •  ECE 324A - Curriculum: Reading/Language Arts/Literacy
   •  ECE 334A - Curriculum: Social Studies/Creative Arts
   •  ECE 340A - Assessment and Measurement
   •  ECE 401A - Classroom and Instructional Management
   •  ECE 403A - Special Needs Methods
   •  ECE 414A - Field II: Research-Based Instruction
   •  ECE 470A - Student Teaching
   •  ECE 497A - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  ECO 215 - Economics
   •  ECO 215A - Economics
   •  ECO 222 - Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
   •  ECO 297 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 350 - Internship
   •  ECO 390 - Directed Study
   •  ECO 390A - Directed Study
   •  ECO 397 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 450 - Internship
   •  ECO 490 - Directed Study
   •  ECO 490A - Directed Study
   •  ECO 497 - Special Topics
   •  ECO 498 - Teaching Assistantship
   •  ECO 500 - Economic Analysis and Policy
   •  ECO 601 - Economic Analysis and Policy
   •  EDU 201A - Teaching as a Profession
   •  EDU 214 - Field I Theory and Practice in Elementary Education
   •  EDU 214A - Field I: Standards-Based Planning
   •  EDU 215 - Field I Theory and Practice in Secondary Education
   •  EDU 230 - Educational Technology
   •  EDU 250 - Field II Elementary Classroom and Behavior Management
   •  EDU 260 - Field II Secondary Classroom and Behavior Management
   •  EDU 314 - Curriculum: Mathematics/Science
   •  EDU 314A - Curriculum: Mathematics/Science
   •  EDU 321 - Secondary Literacy and Mathematics Instruction
   •  EDU 324A - Curriculum: Reading/Language Arts/Literacy
   •  EDU 334 - Teaching Science and Social Studies in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 334A - Curriculum: Social Studies/Creative Arts
   •  EDU 340 - Assessment and Action Research
   •  EDU 340A - Assessment and Measurement
   •  EDU 342 - Instructional Models, Pedagogies, and Learning Management
   •  EDU 401A - Classroom and Instructional Management
   •  EDU 402 - Law, Ethics and Reform in American Education
   •  EDU 403A - Special Needs Methods
   •  EDU 414A - Field II: Research-Based Instruction
   •  EDU 415 - Field III Effective Teaching in the Science Classroom
   •  EDU 416 - Field III Effective Teaching in the English Classroom
   •  EDU 420 - Building Successful Classrooms with Differentiation and Integration
   •  EDU 440 - Secondary Curriculum and Instruction
   •  EDU 441 - Music Instructional Planning
   •  EDU 450 - Field III Effective Teaching in the Social Studies Classroom
   •  EDU 451 - International Teaching
   •  EDU 461 - Field III Effective Teaching in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 470 - Student Teaching and Seminar
   •  EDU 470A - Student Teaching
   •  EDU 471 - Elementary Student Teaching and Seminar
   •  EDU 472 - Music Student Teaching and Seminar
   •  EDU 497 - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDU 497A - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  EDU 500 - Curriculum and Instructional Design
   •  EDU 502 - Principles of Effective Educational Leadership
   •  EDU 505 - Psychological Foundations of Education
   •  EDU 507 - Organizational Culture in Academic Settings
   •  EDU 510 - Applications of Data in Decision Making
   •  EDU 514 - Curiculum Math/Science Teaching in Elementary Education
   •  EDU 515 - Differentiation in the Elementary Classroom
   •  EDU 520 - Studies in Education
   •  EDU 521 - Internship in Teaching I
   •  EDU 522 - Internship in Teaching II
 

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