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2012 January Bulletin 
    
2012 January Bulletin [ARCHIVED BULLETIN]

January 2012 Course Offerings


 

Other Courses

   •  HIST 177A - Special Topics in American History

Accounting (ACCT)

   •  ACCT 101 - Financial Accounting
   •  ACCT 102 - Managerial Accounting
   •  ACCT 133 - Auditing Theory and Practice
   •  ACCT 135 - Accounting Information Systems

Administration and Policy Studies (APS)

   •  APS 351 - Independent Study

Anthropology (ANTH)

   •  ANTH 114 - (BH) Rise of Civilization
   •  ANTH 188 - Special Topics: Anthropology of Humor
   •  ANTH 188 - Special Topics: Mummies of the World

Arabic (ARAB)

   •  ARAB 102 - Advanced Arabic Language
   •  ARAB 103 - Advanced Arabic Language

Art History (AH)

   •  AH 152 - Venetian Art and Architecture

Astronomy (ASTR)

   •  ASTR 190 - Independent Studies

Community Health (COMH)

   •  COMH 230 - Mental Health Issues

Comparative Literature and Languages (CLL)

   •  CLL 151 - (LT) Studies in Literature: Greek Literature in a Comparative Context
   •  CLL 151 - (LT) Studies in Literature: Haunted Venice
   •  CLL 151 - (LT) Studies in Literature: Marxist Literary Theory & Practice
   •  CLL 177 - (LT) Organized Crime in Contemporary Culture

Counseling (COUN)

   •  COUN 244 - Interviewing and Therapeutic Counseling with the Aging
   •  COUN 278 - Drug/Alcohol Abuse Counseling
   •  COUN 281Z - The School Counselor’s Role in Pupil Personnel Services
   •  COUN 286B - Workshop: Youth at Risk: Counseling Interventions

Counseling, Research, Special Education and Rehabilitation (CRSR)

   •  CRSR 116 - Health Counseling Issues
   •  CRSR 249 - Motivation and Emotion in Education and Counseling-Based Contexts

Creative Arts Therapy (CAT)

   •  CAT 223 - Multicultural Art Therapy
   •  CAT 224 - Psychopharmacological/Psychiatric Issues in Art Therapy Counseling
   •  CAT 226 - The Art Therapist’s Identity in a Clinical Setting
   •  CAT 242 - Poetry/Bibliotherapy for the Helping Professional
   •  CAT 289B - Special Topics

Curriculum and Teaching (CT)

   •  CT 200 - Introduction to Computer Technology in Education
   •  CT 229 - Development and Learning in Childhood and Adolescence
   •  CT 253 - Teaching for Thinking
   •  CT 393 - Constructivist Science Education
   •  CT 500 - Internship in Learning and Teaching
   •  CT 601 - Dissertation Seminar

Dance (DNCE)

   •  DNCE 127 - (AA) Dance Appreciation
   •  DNCE 128 - History of Dance
   •  DNCE 133 - Senior Practicum
   •  DNCE 199 - Internship in Dance

Drama (DRAM)

   •  DRAM 55 - Rehearsal and Production - Theater
   •  DRAM 60A - Acting Laboratory II

Economics (ECO)

   •  ECO 1 - Principles of Economics
   •  ECO 152A - Readings in Economics
   •  ECO 200 - Survey of Economics
   •  ECO 232 - Macroeconomic Theory

Educational Administration (EADM)

   •  EADM 251 - Readings
   •  EADM 313 - Administrative Internship: School District Business Leader
   •  EADM 351 - Independent Study in Administration
   •  EADM 604 - Dissertation Advisement

Elementary Education (ELED)

   •  ELED 41 - Basic Concepts in Arithmetic and Related Teaching Practices
   •  ELED 104A - Educational Computing Issues, Trends and Practices
   •  ELED 122 - Art in the Elementary School
   •  ELED 139 - Dual Program Student Teaching: Grades 4-6
   •  ELED 140 - Dual Program Classroom Perspectives and Issues
   •  ELED 212 - Art in the Curriculum
   •  ELED 225 - Teaching English as a Second Language
   •  ELED 258 - Introduction to Information Technology in Education
   •  ELED 264 - Dual Certification Program Student Teaching: Grades 4-6

Engineering (ENGG)

   •  ENGG 101 - (MC) Numerical Methods I

English (ENGL)

   •  ENGL 127 - Shakespeare’s Comedy
   •  ENGL 161 - (LT) How The Simpsons Saved American Literature
   •  ENGL 184G - Issues: Contemporary British Theater-London
   •  ENGL 192Z - American Killers, American Saints
   •  ENGL 196W - Literary London: Hofstra in London Program
   •  ENGL 250H - Readings in English: Contemporary British Theater-London
   •  ENGL 250I - Literary London: Hofstra in London Program

Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA)

   •  EMBA 425 - The Challenge of Global Business Strategy

Finance (FIN)

   •  FIN 209 - Seminar: Corporate Financial Policy
   •  FIN 223 - Real Estate Economics
   •  FIN 401 - Managerial Economics

Fine Arts (FA)

   •  FA 11 - Two-Dimensional Design II: Color
   •  FA 81 - Ceramic Materials and Techniques
   •  FA 83 - Japanese Ceramics

Foundations of Education (FDED)

   •  FDED 233 - Children of Color: The Social Construction of Race in America’s Schools
   •  FDED 242 - Foundational Perspectives in Multicultural Education
   •  FDED 261 - Readings

French (FREN)

   •  FREN 1 - Elementary French
   •  FREN 2 - Elementary French

French Literature in Translation (FRLT)

   •  FRLT 35 - (LT) French Short Story Tradition
   •  FRLT 43 - (LT, CC) Decolonizing the Mind: Contemporary Literature from Africa to Southeast Asia
   •  FRLT 46 - (LT) Sex, Gender and Love in 20th-Century French Prose

Geography (GEOG)

   •  GEOG 113C - (CC) Geography of East and Southeast Asia
   •  GEOG 145 - (BH, CC) Geography of Africa

Geology (GEOL)

   •  GEOL 280A - Regional Geology for Teachers and Travelers:Ideas: Name That Rock

Gerontology (GRON)

   •  GRON 211 - Aging With Developmental Disabilities
   •  GRON 252 - Readings
   •  GRON 295 - Administrative Internship

Health Administration (HADM)

   •  HADM 232 - Health and Aging
   •  HADM 241 - Performance Improvement and Risk Management Strategies

Health Education (HED)

   •  HED 221 - Health and the Elementary Child/Implementing Health Curricula (K-5)
   •  HED 222 - Implementing Health Education Curricula, Grades 6-12
   •  HED 263 - Field Experience for Health Educators

Health Professions and Family Studies (HPFS)

   •  HPFS 61 - Health Through the Life Cycle
   •  HPFS 63 - Health Care Systems and Services
   •  HPFS 69 - Stress Management
   •  HPFS 72 - Service Learning in Health
   •  HPFS 73 - Framework and Design in Health-Care Studies
   •  HPFS 151 - Readings
   •  HPFS 157A - Field Experience: Community Health
   •  HPFS 157B - Field Experience: Community Health
 

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