Oct 22, 2018  
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin 
    
2007-2008 Graduate Studies Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

**Graduate Courses Offered**


 

Elementary Education (ELED)

   •  ELED 266 - Dual Certification Program Classroom Perspectives and Issues (Grades 4-6)
   •  ELED 267 - Promoting Algebraic Ideas in K-8 Classrooms
   •  ELED 270 - Methods for Study of and Research With Young Children
   •  ELED 271 - Early Childhood Curriculum
   •  ELED 272 - Curriculum Innovations in Early Childhood Programs
   •  ELED 272L - Early Childhood Field Consultation
   •  ELED 273 - Early Childhood Professional Portfolio
   •  ELED 273L - Early Childhood Field Consultation
   •  ELED 274 - Curriculum Supervision of Early Childhood Centers
   •  ELED 275 - Literacy in Early Childhood Education
   •  ELED 276 - Early Childhood Education: Mainstreaming the Young Child with Special Learning Needs
   •  ELED 277 - Classroom Strategies in Teaching Writing
   •  ELED 278 - Writing and Children's Literature
   •  ELED 280-289 A-Z - Workshops
   •  ELED 281R - Differential Curriculum in a Heterogeneous Classroom
   •  ELED 300 - Departmental Seminar
   •  ELED 301 - Master's Thesis
   •  ELED 302 - Master's Thesis
   •  ELED 303-309 A-Z - Post-Master's Workshops
   •  ELED 310 - Issues in Infant, Toddler, Preschool, Parent and Family Involvement Programs
   •  ELED 330 - Techniques of Mentor Teaching

Engineering (ENGG)

   •  ENGG 201 - Quantitative Methods for Decision Making
   •  ENGG 202 - Probability and Statistics for Engineering Managers
   •  ENGG 203 - Project Management
   •  ENGG 204 - Accounting and Finance for Engineering Managers
   •  ENGG 205 - Total Quality Management
   •  ENGG 209 - Wave Propagation and Distributed Systems
   •  ENGG 210 - Engineering Management Capstone Project
   •  ENGG 212 - Information Systems Analysis
   •  ENGG 300 - Graduate Internship

English and Freshman Composition (ENGL)

   •  ENGL 200 - The Analysis of Prose
   •  ENGL 201 - Rhetoric
   •  ENGL 203 - Approaches to English Grammar
   •  ENGL 210 - 20th-Century American Fiction
   •  ENGL 250 A-Z - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 251 A-Z - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 252 A-Z - Independent Study
   •  ENGL 261 - The American Renaissance, 1820-1860
   •  ENGL 271A - Sources of the English Literary Tradition I: Studies in Chaucer, Spenser and Their Contemporaries.
   •  ENGL 271B - Sources of the English Literary Tradition II: Studies in Chaucer, Spenser and Their Contemporaries
   •  ENGL 272 - Sources of the English Literary Tradition III: 17th- and 18th- Century English Literature
   •  ENGL 274 - Sources of the American Literary Tradition
   •  ENGL 284 - Workshop: Poetry Writing
   •  ENGL 286 - Workshop: Short Fiction Writing
   •  ENGL 287 - Workshop: Children's Fiction Writing
   •  ENGL 288 - Workshop: Writing in Varieties of Nonfiction
   •  ENGL 289 - Workshop: Writing for Stage, Screen and Television
   •  ENGL 291-294 A-Z - Special Studies
   •  ENGL 291U - Shakespeare
   •  ENGL 291V - Milton
   •  ENGL 294U - Critical Theory
   •  ENGL 299 - Research Methods
   •  ENGL 301 - Master's Essay
   •  ENGL 305 - Qualifying Papers

Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)

   •  EMBA 400 - Initial Executive M.B.A. Residency
   •  EMBA 410 - International Management Practicum
   •  EMBA 415 - Executive Leadership and Communication Skills
   •  EMBA 420 - Ethical and Social Responsibilities of Leadership
   •  EMBA 425 - The Challenge of Global Business Strategy
   •  EMBA 430 - Capstone Research Integration Project

Finance (FIN)

   •  FIN 203 - Managerial Finance
   •  FIN 205 - Investments
   •  FIN 205Q - Investments—Advanced Study
   •  FIN 208 - Seminar in Global Financial Systems
   •  FIN 209 - Seminar: Corporate Financial Policy
   •  FIN 210 - Portfolio Management
   •  FIN 210Q - Portfolio Management—Advanced Study
   •  FIN 212 - International Financial Management
   •  FIN 213 - Entrepreneurship and Venture Capital Investing
   •  FIN 215 - Government Finance
   •  FIN 220 - Real Estate Finance
   •  FIN 221 - Real Estate Investment
   •  FIN 222 - Management of Financial Institutions
   •  FIN 225 - Seminar: Investment Banking
   •  FIN 257 A-Z - Seminar: Special Topics in Finance
   •  FIN 258 A-Z - Seminar: Contemporary Issues in Finance
   •  FIN 260 - Futures Markets
   •  FIN 261 - Option Markets
   •  FIN 261Q - Option Markets—Advanced Study
   •  FIN 263 - Fixed Income Markets
   •  FIN 275 - Time Series Analysis of Financial Data
   •  FIN 280 - Topics in Mathematical Finance
   •  FIN 285 - Financial Engineering
   •  FIN 304 - Advanced Research Seminar in Finance
   •  FIN 305 - M.B.A. Honors Research Thesis in Finance
   •  FIN 309 - Research Seminar in Finance
   •  FIN 315 - Financial Modeling
   •  FIN 330 - Graduate Internship
   •  FIN 401 - Managerial Economics
   •  FIN 402 - Managerial Finance

Fine Arts (FA)

   •  FA 216 - Graduate Figure Drawing
   •  FA 260 - Graduate Painting
   •  FA 261 - Graduate Sculpture
   •  FA 270 - Photography in the Classroom
   •  FA 271A - Photographics
   •  FA 280 - Ceramics
   •  FA 281 - Glaze Formulation and Surface Decoration
   •  FA 282 - Graduate Ceramic Sculpture
   •  FA 283 - Japanese Ceramics
   •  FA 285 - Individualized Research and Production
 

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