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    Hofstra University
   
 
  Nov 20, 2017
 
 
    
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

**Graduate Courses Offered**


 

Creative Arts Therapy (CAT)

   •  CAT 300 - Research Seminar in Creative Arts Therapy Counseling
   •  CAT 301 - Master's Thesis Seminar I
   •  CAT 302 - Master's Thesis Seminar II

Creative Writing (CRWR)

   •  CRWR 240 - Poetry Writing Workshop
   •  CRWR 241 - Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  CRWR 242 - Playwriting Workshop
   •  CRWR 243 - Creative Non-Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  CRWR 291-294 A-Z - Special Studies
   •  CRWR 302 - Master's Project in English and Creative Writing

Curriculum and Teaching (CT)

   •  CT 200 - Introduction to Computer Technology in Education
   •  CT 208 - Multicultural Curriculum and Teaching
   •  CT 210A - Emerging Technologies for Teaching and Learning
   •  CT 211A - Computer Authoring and Scripting Environments
   •  CT 212 - Computer-Assisted Instruction
   •  CT 213 - Applications of Computer Technology to Business Education
   •  CT 214A - Information Technology in Elementary Education
   •  CT 215A - Cognition and Artificial Intelligence
   •  CT 216 - Information Technology in Mathematics Education
   •  CT 217 - Applications of Computer Technology to Science Education
   •  CT 219 - Cognition and Instruction
   •  CT 221 - Middle Childhood Philosophy and Teaching
   •  CT 226 - Linguistics for Teachers of English Language Learners
   •  CT 227 - Student Teaching
   •  CT 228 - Supervised Teaching
   •  CT 229 - Development and Learning in Childhood and Adolescence
   •  CT 230 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Pascal in the Schools
   •  CT 231 - Methods and Materials for Teaching Computer Science in the Schools
   •  CT 232 - Application of Computer Technology to the Management of Educational Systems
   •  CT 238 - Curriculum Design in Art Education
   •  CT 241 - Special Readings Seminar
   •  CT 242 - Special Readings Seminar
   •  CT 247A - Middle Childhood Curriculum: 5-6
   •  CT 248A - Middle Childhood Curriculum: 7-9
   •  CT 250 - Gender Issues in the Classroom
   •  CT 251 - Teaching: Summer Institute
   •  CT 252 - Portfolios and Authentic Assessment
   •  CT 253 - Teaching for Thinking
   •  CT 256 - The Newspaper as a Teaching Tool
   •  CT 260 - Foundations, Theory and Practice of Bilingual Education
   •  CT 265 - Methods and Materials in Bicultural Education
   •  CT 266 - Immigrant Children in the U.S. School
   •  CT 267 - Promoting Algebraic Ideas in K-8 Classrooms
   •  CT 268 - Practicum: Teachers of Non-English Speaking Students
   •  CT 268A - Supervised Teaching Practicum: Teachers of Non-English Speaking Students
   •  CT 268B - Summer Supervised Practicum Extension: Teachers of Non-English Speaking Students
   •  CT 269 - Student Teaching: Teachers of Non-English Speaking Students
   •  CT 271 - Current Issues in Art Education and Curriculum Design
   •  CT 272 - Technology and the Teaching of Writing
   •  CT 275 - Selected Topics in Educational Software Development
   •  CT 276 - Educating for Civic Engagement
   •  CT 277 - Middle Level Mathematics Curriculum
   •  CT 279 - The Psychology of Music Learning and Teaching
   •  CT 280-289 A-Z - Advanced Workshops
   •  CT 297A - Advanced Studies in Art Education: Elementary
   •  CT 297B - Advanced Studies in Art Education: Secondary
   •  CT 298A - Curriculum and Instruction in Art: Elementary
   •  CT 298B - Curriculum and Instruction in Art: Secondary
   •  CT 299A - Developing Creative Music Strategies
   •  CT 299B - Perspectives on Instrumental Music
   •  CT 300A - Curriculum Project (Part I)
   •  CT 300B - Curriculum Project (Part II)
   •  CT 320 - Locating Ourselves In The Transformative Curriculum In Urban And Multicultural Communities
   •  CT 321 - Analysis and Development of Curriculum for Urban and Multicultural Communities
   •  CT 351 - Special Readings Seminar
   •  CT 352 - Special Readings Seminar
   •  CT 360 - Systems and Interpretive Models of Curriculum Design
   •  CT 361 - Human Development and Learning
   •  CT 362 - Advanced Curriculum Theory and Development
   •  CT 363 - Models of School and Classroom Inquiry
   •  CT 364 - Mentorship and Staff Development in Learning and Teaching
   •  CT 371 - Current Trends in Early Childhood Curriculum Development
   •  CT 372 - Model Building and Curriculum Development in Early Childhood Education
   •  CT 373 - Advanced Curriculum Development in Early Childhood Settings
   •  CT 390 - Theories of Learning Mathematics
   •  CT 391 - Assessment and Evaluation in Science
   •  CT 392 - Curriculum and Instruction in Science in Middle Level and High School Education
   •  CT 393 - Constructivist Science Education
   •  CT 394 - History of Science Education in the United States
   •  CT 400 - Qualitative Methods of Inquiry in Learning and Teaching
   •  CT 500 - Internship in Learning and Teaching
   •  CT 601 - Doctoral Seminar
   •  CT 603 - Extended Dissertation Proposal Advisement
   •  CT 605 - Dissertation Extension

Drama (DRAM)

   •  DRAM 250 - Independent Studies
   •  DRAM 277 - Theater Methods in Educational Dramatics
   •  DRAM 278 - Theater Methods in Educational Dramatics

Economics (ECO)

   •  ECO 200 - Survey of Economics
   •  ECO 232 - Macroeconomic Theory
   •  ECO 241 - Employment Policy Analysis

Educational Administration (EADM)

   •  EADM 200 - The School as an Organization
   •  EADM 210 - Core Theory in Educational Administration
   •  EADM 211 - Core Practicum in Educational Administration
   •  EADM 214 - Theories and Practices of Supervision
   •  EADM 219 - Patterns of Building Unit Administration
   •  EADM 222 - Human Relations in School Personnel Management
   •  EADM 223 - School Business Administration II
   •  EADM 231 - School Public Relations
   •  EADM 233 - Educational Facilities Planning
   •  EADM 235 - Collective Negotiations in Education
   •  EADM 241 - Supervision of Instruction and Curriculum Development
 

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