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Eastern Online Course Offerings Updated: November 2016


This booklet is a current list of courses offered online at EWU. It does not contain estimated dates for when courses are offered. For accuracy, be sure to review the date the booklet was revised. If the contents are inaccurate, please contact easternonline@ewu.edu. Additional print copies are located on the EWU Cheney campus in Senior Hall 300. Check EagleNET to see when courses are available. Eastern Online Details For questions or concerns, please contact us for more information. 300 Senior Hall Cheney, WA 99004 509.359.2268 800.924.6606 easternonline@ewu.edu

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Majors, Minors and Certificates through Eastern Online Here are the online programs available through Eastern Online. For more information, visit EagleNET or ewu.edu/online. Graduate Degrees Master of Science in Dental Hygiene Master of Public Health Master of Social Work (hybrid*) Educational Specialist in School Psychology Respecialization Undergraduate Degree Completion Children’s Studies (Bachelor of Arts) Dental Hygiene (Bachelor of Science) Interdisciplinary Addiction Studies (Bachelor of Arts) Interdisciplinary Health Leadership (Bachelor of Arts) Interdisciplinary Studies (Bachelor of Arts) Minors Addiction Counseling and Prevention

History

Africana Studies

Philosophy

Applied Developmental Psychology

Psychology

Business Administration

Religious Studies

Communication Studies

Sociology

Geography

Women’s and Gender Studies

Health Services Administration Graduate Certificates

Undergraduate Certificates

Addiction Studies

Addiction Studies Foundation

Addiction Studies Licensed Professionals

Applied Ethics and Practical Philosophy

Disabilities Studies

Disablities Studies

Executive Tribal Planning

Gender Studies Geographic Information Systems (GIS)

Add-On Teacher Endorsements Business and Marketing Education

Certification Prep Child Life Specialist

Career and Technical Education (Business, Plan 2 and Industry route) English Secondary Education *EWU Hybrid courses are a mix of online and in person instruction.

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Courses Offered Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Accounting

Pre-Requisite

ACCT 251

Principles of Financial Accounting

5

Sophomore standing

ACCT 261

Business Law

4

Sophomore standing

ACCT 351

Intermediate Accounting I

4

ACCT 251

Addiction Studies

4

Credits Univ. Requirement

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

ADST 300

Survey of Alcohol/Drug Problems

4

ADST 302

Counseling Theories for the Addiction Professional

4

ADST 303

HIV/AIDS and Additction Treatment

2

ADST 308

Cultural Issues in Addiction Treatment and Behavioral Health

4

ADST 410

Community Prevention Methods

4

ADST 412

Physiology and Pharmacology of Addictions

4

ADST 300 or instructor permission

ADST 420

Alcohol/Drug Case Management

4

ADST 300 & ADST 302 or instructor permisson

ADST 430

Addiction Treatment with Families

4

ADST 300 or ADST 302

ADST 440

Alcohol/Drug Group Counseling

3

ADST 442

Screening and Assessment for Co-Occuring Disorders

4

ADST 444

Treating Co-Occuring Disorders

4

ADST 446

Best Practices in Substance Abuse and Mental Health Intervention

4

ADST 460

Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals

4

ADST 462

Adolescent Addiction Assessment and Treatment

4

ADST 464

Relapse Prevention

2

ENGL 201

ADST 300 or instructor permission

ADST 300 or ADST 302

ADST 490

Senior Capstone

4

Senior Standing and ITDS/ADST declared major or instructor permission

ADST 501

Relapse Prevention

2

Graduate

ADST 502

Counseling Theories for Addiction Professionals

2

Graduate

ADST 504

Adolescent Addiction Assessment and Treatment

4

Graduate

ADST 505

Addiction Group Counseling

2

Graduate

ADST 512

Pharmacological Actions of Alcohol and Other Drugs

4

Graduate


Addiction Studies Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

ADST 520

Case Management

4

Graduate

ADST 530

Addiction Treatment with Families and Diverse Populations

4

Graduate

ADST 535

Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals

4

Graduate

ADST 542

Screening and Assessment of Co-Occuring Disorders

4

Graduate

ADST 544

Treating Co-Occuring Disorders

4

Graduate

ADST 546

Best Practice Intervention

4

Graduate

Africana Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

AAST 214

African American Culture and Expressions

5

Cultural and Gender Diversity

AAST 220

African American History: Post Civil War to Present

5

Social Sciences, List 3

AAST 301

Harlem Renaissance

5

AAST 315

African History: Ancient Africa to Mandela

5

AAST 320

African American Family

5

Aging Studies AGST 456

The Older Woman

American Sign Language

Pre-Requisite

International Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

4 Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

ASL 376

Sign Language I

3

Foreign Language

ASL 377

Sign Language II

3

Foreign Language

ASL 376 or instructor permission

ASL 378

Sign Language III

3

Foreign Language

ASL 376, 377 or instructor permission

Biology

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

BIOL 235

Elementary Medical Microbiology

5

Hybrid BIOL 234 and CHEM 163. Can be concurrent

BIOL 421

Medical Bacteriology

5

BIOL 301

BIOL 432

Virology

5

BIOL 301, 303, 304 or instructor permission. BIOL 460 recommended

BIOL 521

Medical Bacteriology

5

BIOL 301

5

Admission to grad program or instructor permission

BIOL 532

Virology

5


Business Administration BADM 500

Economic Analysis

Business and Marketing Education

4

Pre-Requisite Graduate

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

BUED 302

Business Communication

4

Junior standing

BUED 376

Multimedia Document Design

5

Junior standing

BUED 470

Introduction to Computer Science for Teachers

4

BUED 376

BUED 475

Methods of Teaching Basic Business, Accounting, Business English and Marketing

4

ACCT 351, BUED 302, EDUC 341, & MKTG 310

BUED 476

Methods of Teaching Keyboarding and Microcomputer Applications

4

EDUC 341, MISC 370, MISC 373, MISC 374

Career and Technical Education

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

CTED 300

Introduction to Career and Technical Education

4

Acceptance into CTE Plan 2 Program

CTED 301

Philosophy of Career and Technical Education

4

Junior standing or instructor permission

CTED 309

CTE Classroom Management

4

Acceptance into CTE Plan 2 Program

CTED 341

CTE Secondary Strategies

4

Acceptance into CTE Plan 2 Program

CTED 474 Administration of Work Site Education

4

CTED 301

CTED 485

Management of CTE Practicum

1

CTED 492

CTE Professional Portfolio

4

Chicano Studies CHST 218

Chicano History

Children’s Studies

6

Credits Univ. Requirement

Credits Univ. Requirement 5

Pre-Requisite

Cultural and Gender Diversity

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

CDST 301

Introduction to Children's Studies

2

CDST 411

Child Life Theory

5

CDST 301

CDST 412

Health and Children

5

CDST 301

CDST 413

Media and Children

5

CDST 301

CDST 422

Children's Loss and Grief

5

CDST 301

CDST 439

Topics: Law and Ethics of Working with Children

5

CDST 439

Topics: Trauma Informed Care with Children and Families

5


Children’s Studies Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

CDST 439

Topics: Diversity and Anti-Bias Education

5

CDST 439

Topics: Examining Equity in Children's Programs

5

CDST 439

Topics: Issues and Trends in Early Learning

5

CDST 439

Topics: Children and Counseling

5

CDST 490

Children's Studies Senior Capstone

4

CDST 492

Children's Studies Senior Portfolio

2

Senior standing or instructor permisson

CDST 495

Children's Studies Internship

4

Senior standing or instructor permisson

CDST 499

Children's Studies Directed Study

1-15

Senior Capstone

As needed

College of Social and Behavioral Sciences Credits Univ. Requirement

CSBS 200

Introduction to Leadership

3

CSBS 310

Foundations of Social and Behavioral Sciences Theory

5

CSBS 320

Introductory Statistics for the Social Sciences

5

CSBS 321

Computer Aided Data Analysis

4

Communication Disorders COMD 301

Introduction to Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Communication Studies

Core Requirement

CMST 309

Communication and Information

5

CMST 330

Integrated Methods for Communication Research

5

CMST 340

Intercultural Communication

5

CMST 411

Negotiation Skills and Strategies

5

CMST 430

Communication in Organizations

5

Math 104; Math 107 rec.

Pre-Requisite Semester

Credits Univ. Requirement 5

Pre-Requisite

CSBS 320, CPLA 120 or equivalent

4.5

Communications, Community and Citizenship

Senior standing or instructor permisson

GECRs in Social Science

Credits Univ. Requirement

CMST 207

Senior standing or instructor permisson

Pre-Requisite

Cultural and Gender Diversity

7


Communication Studies Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

CMST 438

Topics in Leadership and Strategic Communication

5

CMST 440

Global Communications

5

CMST 496

Introduction to Public Relations and Communication

5

Creative Writing

International Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

CRWR 210

Introduction to Creative Writing

5

ENGL 101 or 201

CRWR 315

Advanced Creative Writing

5

CRWR 210

Criminal Justice CRIM 490

Criminal Justice Senior Capstone

Credits Univ. Requirement 5

Dental Hygiene Credits Univ. Requirement DNHY 467S

Career Strategies

Applied Statistics and DNHY 469S Evidence-based Decision Making for the Health Sciences

8

Pre-Requisite

Pre-Requisite Senior standing Pre-Requisite

1

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

4

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 471S

Principles of Research and Scientific Writing

4

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 485S

Oral Health Promotion

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 486S

Contemporary Issues in Clinical Dental Hygiene

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 487S

Principles and Policies of Oral Healthcare Management

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 488S

Relationship, Ethics and Communication in Healthcare

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 489S

Principles of Dental Public Health

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 490S

Dental Hygiene Capstone

4

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 491S

Foundations of Dental Hygiene

5

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 492S

Education/Health Promotion Practicum

3

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 494S Mythology, Folklore and Healthcare

4

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 499S

1-4

Undergraduate Cohort/ Semester

Independent Study


Dental Hygiene Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

DNHY 501S

Advanced Dental Hygiene Practice with Lab

1

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 505S

Healthcare Leadership

3

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 520S

Research Methodologies and Schorlarly Writing

4

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 530S

Introduction to Thesis

1

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 600S

Thesis

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 605S

Components of Program Development

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 610S

Health Care Education Theories and Instructional Methods

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 615S

Principles of Dental Hygiene Course and Curriculum Design

3

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 620S

Seminar on Concepts of Public Health and Health Promotion

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 625S

Clinical Teaching Strategies

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 630S

Seminar on Health Care Policies and Finance

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 635S

Practicum

5

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

DNHY 640S

Seminar on Administration, Management and Organization

2

Graduate Cohort/ Semester

Decision Science DSCI 245

Data Analysis for Business

Disabilities Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

CPLA 100 & CPLA 101 or CPLA 120 and one of: MATH 142, MATH 161 or MATH 200

4

Credits Univ. Requirement

DSST 310

Disability, Culture and Society

5

DSST 410

Disability as Diversity

5

DSST 490

Senior Capstone: Project in Universal Access

5

DSST 496

Human Diversity and Society: Laws and Social Policies

5

DSST 496

Disability: Critical Perspectives from the Liberal Arts and Humanities

5

Pre-Requisite

Pre-Requisite

Cultural and Gender Diversity

Senior Capstone

DSST 410 or instructor permission

9


Disabilities Studies Cont.

Pre-Requisite

DSST 501

Disability, Culture and Universal Access in Society

5

Graduate

DSST 510

Disability as Diversity

5

Graduate

DSST 520

Human Diversity and Society: Laws and Social Policies

5

Graduate

DSST 530

Disability: Critical Perspectives from the Liberal Arts and Humanities

5

Graduate

DSST 590

Interdisciplinary Project in Universal Access

5

Graduate

Economics

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

ECON 100

General Education Economics

5

Social Sciences, List 1

ECON 200

Introduction to Microeconomics

5

Social Sciences, List 1

MATH 104

ECON 201

Introduction to Macroeconomics

5

Social Sciences, List 1

MATH 104

English

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

ENGL 101

College Composition: Exposition and Argumentation

5

Univ. competenciesWriting

ENGL 170

Introduction to Literature

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 1

ENGL 201

College Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation

5

Univ. proficienciesWriting

ENGL 270

Introduction to Fiction

5

ENGL101, ENGL 201

ENGL 271

Introduction to Poetry

5

ENGL101, ENGL 201

ENGL 315

The Graphic Novel

5

ENGL 201

ENGL 344

Survey of American Literature II

5

ENGL 201, ENGL 271

ENGL 350

Shakespeare

5

ENGL 201, ENGL 271

ENGL 387

Literature of the Bible

5

ENGL 201

Entrepreneurship ENTP 311

Entrepreneurial Behavior and Thinking

Finance

FINC 335 25/75

10

Credits Univ. Requirement

Financial Management

Credits Univ. Requirement 4

Credits Univ. Requirement

4

ENGL100 or Placement

ENGL 101 or Placement

Pre-Requisite Admission to College of Business Program, Junior standing Pre-Requisite Admission to College of Business Program. MATH 142, 161 or 200 and DSCI 245 and ACCT 251 and ECON 200 or 201 and Computer Literacy req.


Food Nutrition/Dietetics FNDT 356

Nutrition

Geography

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

5 Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

GEOG 100

Fundamentals of the Physical Environment

5

Natural Sciences requirement

GEOG 101

Fundamentals of Human Geography

5

Social Sciences, List 2

GEOG 321

GIS for Social Sciences

3

CPLA 101

GEOG 323

GIS for Environmental Sciences

3

CPLA 101 or 120

GEOG 328

Geographic Information Systems I

5

Computer Literacy

GEOG 357

Geography of Childhood

3

ENGL 201

GEOG 427

Desktop Mapping

3

CPLA 101 or instructor permission

GEOG 428

Geographic Information Systems II

5

GEOG 328

GEOG 429

Geographic Information Systems III

5

GEOG 428 or instructor permission

GEOG 493

GIS Portfolio

2

GEOG 429 or instructor permission

GEOG 497

Python Programming for GIS

2

GEOG 499

Directed Study

1-15

Health Education

As needed

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

HLED 201

Introduction to Health and Wellness

3

HLED 256

Medical Terminology

2

HLED 370

Personal and Community Health

4

HLED 475

Sex Education in Schools and Community

4

HLED 201 or instructor permission

HLED 482

Grant Writing in Health Sciences

3

HLED 440 or instructor permission

HLED 485

Managing Stress

3

HLED 487

Time Management

3

Health Services Administration

Credits Univ. Requirement

Hybrid

Pre-Requisite

HSAD 300

Health Care Organization and Administration

4

HSAD 310

Health Care Supervision

4

HSAD 300 or instructor permission

HSAD 322

Health Care Technology

4

HSAD 300, MISC 211 or instructor permission

HSAD 410

Health Law Regulation and Ethics

4

HSAD 300, HSAD 310 or instructor permission 11


Health Services Administration Cont.

Pre-Requisite

HSAD 435

Process Improvement in Health Care

4

HSAD 300, 310 and 410 or instructor permission

HSAD 500S

Health Systems

4

Graduate/Semester

HSAD 540S

Health Policy

3

Graduate/Semester

History

Credits Univ. Requirement

HIST 105

Western Heritage: Origins to the 18th Century

5

Social Sciences, List 3

HIST 106

Western Heritage: 18th Century to the Present

5

Social Sciences, List 3

HIST 110

The American Experience: A Survey

5

Social Sciences, List 3

HIST 220

African American History: Post Civil War to Present

5

Social Sciences, List 3

HIST 303

U.S. History, 1607-1877

5

HIST 304

U.S. History, 1877 - Present

5

HIST 315

African History: Ancient Africa to Mandela

5

HIST 373

History of the American Wilderness

5

HIST 394

Women in American History

4

HIST 483

History and Government of the Pacific Northwest

5

HIST 498

History of National Parks

5

Human Resources HUMR 328

Human Resource Management

Humanities

12

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

International Studies

Cultural and Gender Diversity

Credits Univ. Requirement

Junior standing

Pre-Requisite Admission to College of Business Program, Junior standing

4

Credits Univ. Requirement

HUMN 210

Classics in Literature

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 1

HUMN 212

Music in the Humanities

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 2

HUMN 214

African American Culture and Expressions

5

Cultural and Gender Diversity

HUMN 215

Introduction to Religion

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

HUMN 270

Great World Views

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

Pre-Requisite


Humanities Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

HUMN 310

Issues in Women's Studies

4

Cultural and Gender Diversity

HUMN 315

East-West Philosophies and Religions

5

International Studies

HUMN 498

Sem: Women and Religion

4

Integrative Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

Pre-Requisite

ITGS 400

Senior Capstone: Leadership

4

Senior Capstone

Senior standing

ITGS 400

Senior Capstone: Mandela

4

Senior Capstone

Senior standing

Management

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

MGMT 326

Organization Theory and Behavior

4

Junior Standing

MGMT 423

Business and Society

4

Senior Standing

Management Information Systems MISC 211

MISC 374

Information Technology in Business

Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Applications

Marketing MKTG 310

Principles of Marketing

Music

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

4

CPLA clearance or CPLA 100 and 101 or CPLA 120

4

Admission to College of Business Program, Junior standing. MISC 211 or CSCD 211, or instructor permission

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite Admission to College of Business Program, Junior standing

4

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 2

MUSC 212

Music in the Humanities

5

MUSC 531

Alternative Approaches to Music Education

3

Graduate

MUSC 550

Philosophical Foundations in Music Education

5

Graduate

Occupational Therapy

Credits Univ. Requirement

OCTH 101

Introduction to Occupational Therapy

2

OCTH 292

Foundations of Documentation and Medical Terminology for the Rehabilitation Professional

2

OCTH 505S

Impact of Human Disease on Occupational Performance

1

Pre-Requisite

Graduate - Semester 13


Operations Management

OPSM 330

Operations Management

Philosophy

Pre-Requisite Admitted to College of Business Program, DCSI 245, MATH 106, 161 or 200, and Computer Literacy

4

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

PHIL 210

Critical Thinking

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

ENGL 101

PHIL 211

Introductory Philosophy

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

ENGL 101

PHIL 212

Introductory Ethics

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

ENGL 101

PHIL 213

Moral Issues in America

5

Humanities and Fine Arts, List 3

ENGL 101

PHIL 312

Philosophy of Religion

5

ENGL 101

PHIL 445

Biomedical Ethics

5

ENGL 101

PHIL 498

Women and Religion

4

Physical Education

Credits Univ. Requirement

PHED 259

Sports First Aid and Injury Prevention

3

PHED 260

Sport Sciences for Coaching

3

PHED 261

Coaching Sports Tachniques & Tactical Skills

3

PHED 349

Anatomical Kinesiology

4

PHED 352

Mechanical Kinesiology

4

Planning

14

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite Leader level

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

PLAN 301

Planning Methods and Techniques

5

Hybrid

PLAN 201

PLAN 504

Planning Methods II

5

Hybrid

Graduate

PLAN 511

Health Impact Assessment

2

Graduate

PLAN 523

American Indian Planning

4

Graduate

PLAN 524

Advanced Strategic Planning

4

Graduate

PLAN 528

American Indian Health and Community

4

Graduate

PLAN 529

American Indian Health Care Systems and Services

4

Graduate

PLAN 530

Contemporary American Indian Planning

3

Graduate


Planning Cont.

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

PLAN 531

Census Data for American Indian Planning

2

Graduate

PLAN 532

American Indian Economic Development

3

Graduate

PLAN 533

American Indian Law for Planners

3

Graduate

Political Science POLI 100

Modern Government in American Context

Psychology

Credits Univ. Requirement 5

Pre-Requisite

Social Sciences, List 1

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

PSYC 100

General Psychology

5

Social Sciences, List 2

PSYC 201

Life Span Development

5

Social Sciences, List 2

PSYC 301

Theories of Personality

5

PSYC 302

Abnormal Psychology

5

PSYC 304

Educational Psychology

5

PSYC 201 rec.

PSYC 305

Child and Adolescent Development

4

ENGL 201, Math proficiency

PSYC 331

Psychology of Women

4

PSYC 402

Behavior Modification

4

PSYC 431

Stress and Coping

3

PSYC 470

Child Psychopathology and Treatment

5

PSYC 484

Child Abuse: Recognition and Intervention Strategies

3

PSYC 485

ADD/ADHD in the Schools

3

PSYC 490

Senior Capstone: The Tradition of Psychology

6

PSYC 498

Buddhist Psychology

2

PSYC 498

Beginning Implementers Series

2

PSYC 505

Applied Learning Theory and Behavior Modification

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 507

Human Development: Research, Theories and Applications

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 510

Professional School Psychology I

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 511

Professional School Psychology II

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 512

Professional School Psychology III

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

Cultural and Gender Diversity

ENGL 201 or equivalent PSYC 305, PSYC 324 or instructor permission Junior standing

Senior Capstone

CSBS 320, PSYC 309 and PSYC 313

15


Psychology Cont.

Pre-Requisite

PSYC 513

Advanced Child and Adolescent Development

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 523

Academic and Social/ Behavioral Interventions

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 526

Academic Assessment for School Psychology

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 531

Psychoeducational Groups for Children and Adolescents

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 532

Advanced Research and Statistics

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 533

Advanced Research II

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 534

Human Neuropsychology

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 543

School-based Individual Interventions

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 553

Social, Emotional, and Behavioral Assessmnt of Children and Adolescents

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 554

Cognitive Assessment

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 558

School Psychology Practicum

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 559

Cognitive Assessment Lab

3

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 560

School Psychology Consultation

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 565

Developmental Psychopathology

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 570

Child Psychopathology and Treatment

5

Graduate

PSYC 579

Advanced Diagnosis and Assessment

4

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 598

Buddhist Psychology

2

Graduate

PSYC 598

Beginning Implementers Series

2

Graduate

PSYC 602

School Psychology Portfolio

2

Graduate EdS Cohort

PSYC 695

Internship in School Psychology

5

Graduate EdS Cohort

Public Health

16

Credits Univ. Requirement

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

PUBH 500S

Orientation to Public Health

1

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 501S

Further History and Philosophy of Public Health

1

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 560S

Foundations in Epidemiology

3

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 561S

Social and Behavioral Epidemiology and Issues in Public Health

3

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 563S

Research, Biostatistics and Other Ways of "Knowing"

3

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 564S

Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology and Response

3

Graduate/Semester

PUBH 582S

Professionalism in Public Health

1

Graduate/Semester


Race and Culture Studies

Credits Univ. Requirement

RCST 101

An Introduction to the Study of Race and Culture

5

Cultural and Gender Diversity

RCST 202

Race, Privilege and Power

5

Cultural and Gender Diversity

Recreational Leadership

Credits Univ. Requirement

RCLS 455

Resort and Commercial Recreation Management

3

RCLS 462

Foundations of Travel and Tourism

3

RCLS 463

Global Citizenship and International Tourism

4

Social Work

Pre-Requisite

Pre-Requisite RCLS 201 and RCLS 385

Hybrid

Credits Univ. Requirement

RCLS 455 or instructor permission

Pre-Requisite

SOWK 320

African American Family

5

SOWK 437

Indian Child Welfare

5

SOWK 456

The Older Woman

4

SOWK 469

Data Analysis for Social Work

4

SOWK 496

Trauma Informed Systems Policy to Practice

4

SOWK 525

Research Methods for Program and Practice Evaluation

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 526

Research Methods II

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid SOWK 525 and 2 cr. of SOWK 571, or SOWK 561

SOWK 530

Organizational and Community Practice

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 531

Introduction to Social Welfare and Policy

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 532

Foundations of Professional Social Work Practice

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 533

Social Work Assessment and Practice with Individuals and Families

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 537

Indian Child Welfare

4

Graduate

SOWK 540

Human Development in Contemporary Environments

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 541

Social Work Practice in a Diverse Society

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

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Social Work Cont.

18

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

SOWK 550

Social Work with Groups

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 553

Social Work Intervention and Evaluation with Individuals and Families

4

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 559

School Social Work and School Law

4

Graduate

SOWK 560

Grant Writing and Administration

4

Graduate

SOWK 561

Advanced Standing Seminar

6

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 568

Proseminars in Social Welfare Policies and Programs

4

SOWK 525, 531 and 571-2 cr or SOWK 561 Graduate Cohort / Hybrid

SOWK 571

Foundation Practicum/Seminar

2

Or Co-requisites-SOWK 531, 532, 533 Graduate Cohort/Hybrid

SOWK 576

Addiction: A Biopsychosocial Approach

4

Graduate

SOWK 580

Field Preparation

1

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 581

Integrative Seminar I

1

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 582

Integrative Seminar II

1

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 583

Integrative Seminar III

1

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 584

Integrative Seminar IV

1

Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 596

Trauma Informed Systems Policy to Practice

4

Graduate

SOWK 596

The Older Woman

4

Graduate

SOWK 602

Clinical Diagnosis and Evidence Based Treatment

4

SOWK 553 or currently enrolled in SOWK 561 Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid

SOWK 603

Advanced Generalist Practice II

4

SOWK 671

Advanced Practicum/Seminar

3

SOWK 571 or 561 Graduate Cohort/ Hybrid


Sociology

Credits Univ. Requirement

Pre-Requisite

SOCI 101

Introduction to Sociology

5

Social Sciences, List 2

SOCI 263

Social Problems

5

International Studies

SOCI 301

Survey of Criminology

5

SOCI 321

Sex and Gender

5

SOCI 363

Sociology of Deviance

5

SOCI 101

SOCI 370

Sociology of the Family

5

SOCI 101

SOCI 371

African American Family

5

SOCI 101

SOCI 463

Complex Organizations

5

SOCI 101 or instructor permission

SOCI 483

Sociology of Children

5

SOCI 101

Women’s Studies

Cultural and Gender Diversity

Credits Univ. Requirement

SOCI 101

Pre-Requisite

WMST 310

Issues in Women's Studies

4

Cultural and Gender Diversity

WMST 321

Sex and Gender

5

Cultural and Gender Diversity

SOCI 101

WMST 331

Psychology of Women

4

Cultural and Gender Diversity

ENGL 201 or equivalent

WMST 370

Sociology of the Family

5

WMST 394

Women in American History

4

WMST 410

Feminist Theory

4

WMST 456

The Older Woman

4

WMST 483

Sociology of Children

5

WMST 498

Women and Religion

4

WMST 510

Feminist Theory

4

SOCI 101 Cultural and Gender Diversity

Junior standing WMST 101 or HUMN/ WMST 310 SOCI 101 Graduate

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