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Eastern Online Program Booklet Updated: November 2016


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Table of Contents Online Program Contact Information...........................................................................4 Dates and Deadlines....................................................................................................6 Graduate Degree Programs..........................................................................................7 Undergraduate Degree Completion.............................................................................8 Certificates........................................................................................................11 Teacher Add-On Endorsements..................................................................................14 Minors and Department Offerings...............................................................................16 General Education Core and University Requirements.................................................21

The programs booklet contains a list of programmatic offerings that are currently offered online in addition to application deadlines and who to contact. It does not contain a comprehensive list of online courses. For a full list of online offerings, see the Eastern Online Course Offerings Booklet. 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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Online Program Contact Information Here are the online programs available with application deadlines. Please contact the department for more information. Graduate Programs

Education Specialist in School Psychology Respecialization Jamie Chaffin, Director jchaffin@ewu.edu 509.359.4736

Master of Public Health (semester program) Frank Houghton, Director fhoughton@ewu.edu 509.828.1489

Melody L G Marlow, Program Coordinator edsonline@ewu.edu | ewu.edu/edsonline 509.359.7439

Joyce Goff, Program Specialist mph@ewu.edu 509.828.1252

Master of Science in Dental Hygiene (semester program) Ann Wetmore, Director dental.hygiene@ewu.edu 509.828.1321

Master of Social Work (hybrid program*) Stacey Chay, Director schay@ewu.edu 509.828.1406

Emilie Crawford, Program Specialist ecrawford@ewu.edu 509.828.1289

Dianne Selcho, Program Coordinator cselcho@ewu.edu 509.828.1278

*EWU Hybrid courses are a mix of online and in person instruction.

Undergraduate Degree Completion Programs

Children’s Studies (BA) Deanna Trella, Director dtrella@ewu.edu 509.359.4828 Maria Howes, Program Coordinator mhowes2@ewu.edu 509.359.4826 Dental Hygiene (BS) - semester program Ann Wetmore, Director awetmore@ewu.edu 509.828.1321 Emilie Crawford, Program Specialist ecrawford@ewu.edu 509.828.1289

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Interdisciplinary Addiction Studies (BA) Grace Creasman, Director gcreasman@ewu.edu 509.828.1437 Jenna Redhawk, Program Coordinator adst@ewu.edu 509.828.1436

Interdisciplinary Health Leadership (BA) Mary Ann Keogh Hoss, Director mhoss@ewu.edu 509.828.1245 Joyce Goff, Program Specialist jgoff@ewu.edu 509.828.1252 Interdisciplinary Studies (BA) John L. Neace, Senior Director jneace@ewu.edu 509.359.6524


Online Program Contact Information Cont. Here are the online programs available with application deadlines. Please contact the department for more information. Teacher Add-on Endorsements

Business and Marketing Education Taryn Fletcher, Director tfletcher@ewu.edu 509.828.1251

English Secondary Education Sean Agriss, Director of Secondary English Education sagriss@ewu.edu 509.359.6863

Career and Technical Education Christi Harter, Plan 2 CTE Coordinator charter1@ewu.edu 509.475.0059

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Dates and Deadlines Here are the dates and deadlines for the online programs that have application deadlines. Priority registration for Winter Quarter/Spring Semester 2017 begins Nov 9, 2016. Bachelor’s Programs

Courses Begin

Children’s Studies Degree Completion (BA)

Transfer student deadline: Feb 15, 2017

Any Quarter

Dental Hygiene Degree Completion (BS)

For Fall 2017: July 1, 2017 For Spring 2017: Dec 1, 2017

Spring Semester Jan 11, 2017

Interdisciplinary Addiction Studies Degree Completion (BA)

Transfer student deadline: Feb 15, 2017

Any Quarter

Interdisciplinary Health Leadership Degree Completion (BA)

Transfer student deadline: Feb 15, 2017

Any Quarter

Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Completion (BA)

Transfer student deadline: Feb 15, 2017

Any Quarter

Master’s Programs

Application Deadline/Information

Courses Begin

Master of Public Health (MPH)

For Spring 2017: Dec 15, 2016

Spring Semester Jan 9, 2017

Dental Hygiene (MS)

For Fall 2017: Aug 1, 2017

Fall Semester Aug 21, 2017

Master of Social Work (MSW)

For Summer 2017: February 3, 2017 (for both Eastern Washington and Everett Programs) 3 year cohorts | part-time hybrid program

June 26, 2017

Educational Specialist in School Psychology Respecialization (EdS)

Early entrance: Jan 15, 2017 Regular deadline: March 1, 2017 (2 year and 3 year cohorts)

Summer Quarter June 26, 2017

Add-On Teacher Endorsements

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Application Deadline/Information

Application Deadline/Information

Courses Begin

Business and Marketing Education: Post-Baccalaureate

For Winter 2017: Dec 15, 2016 For Spring 2017: March 1, 2017

Fall Quarter Winter Quarter Spring Quarter

Career and Technical Education (Business, Plan 2 and Industry route)

2 weeks prior to quarter starting

Fall Quarter Winter Quarter

English Secondary Education

Cohort-based/Summer Start Only Must be approved prior to summer

Summer Quarter June 26, 2017


Graduate Degree Programs Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Dental Hygiene (MS) - Graduate Semester Program

This is a full-time cohort-based program. Applications are accepted all year. Students may begin the program in either fall or spring semester. For more information (including application requirements), please visit the Master of Science in Dental Hygiene website. School Psychology Respecialization (EdS)

This online distance-learning hybrid program is designed for working professionals and is offered through online coursework with synchronous and in-person training requirements. Program graduates earn both a school psychology certificate and an Educational Specialist degree in school psychology. Students have an option to complete the School Psychology Respecialization program in either 2 or 3 years. Both options include coursework during the summer sessions. Students who choose the 2-year option complete full-time coursework for 5 quarters and then a full-time, 1200 hour internship. Students who choose the 3-year option complete coursework part-time for 8 quarters prior to completing the same, full-time, 1200 hour internship. This is a cohort-based program with new cohorts beginning each summer. For more information (including application requirements), please visit the Educational Specialist in School Psychology (EdS) website. Social Work (MSW) - Hybrid Program

The Master of Social Work Program is a 3-year part-time cohort-based hybrid program. Hybrid courses are a mix of online and in-person instruction. The Eastern Washington based cohort includes weekend in-person requirements, generally on the 3rd, 6th and 9th weekends of each quarter at the EWU Riverpoint campus in Spokane, Washington. The Everett based cohort requires week-night class attendance. For more information (including application requirements), please visit the Social Work website. Public Health (MPH) - Graduate Semester Program Required Courses - 2016-17

Credits

F

Sp

HSAD 500S

Health Systems

4

X

PUBH 500S

Orientation to Public Health

1

X

PUBH 501S

Further History and Philosophy of Public Health

1

PUBH 560S

Foundations in Epidemiology

3

PUBH 561S

Social and Behavioral Epidemiology and Issues in Public Health

3

PUBH 563S

Research, Biostatistics and Other Ways of ‘Knowing’

3

PUBH 564S

Environmental and Occupational Epidemiology and Response

3

X

PUBH 582S

Professionalism in Public Health

1

X

Su

X X X X

The MPH is a semester-based program designed to create health leaders who will make a difference in their communities. For more information about this program, please visit the EWU MPH page.

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Undergraduate Degree Completion Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Children’s Studies Degree Completion (BA)(Online Major 60 credits required) Required Courses (48 credits) Credits F W Sp CDST 301

Introduction to Children’s Studies

2

CDST 439

Topics: Examining Equity in Children’s Programs

5

CDST 490

Children’s Studies Senior Capstone

4

X

X

CDST 492

Children’s Studies Senior Portfolio

2

X

X

CDST 495

Children’s Studies Internship

4

X

GEOG 357

Geography of Childhood

3

X

PSYC 305

Child and Adolescent Development

4

X

X

SOCI 101

Introduction of Sociology

5

X

X

SOCI/WMST 370

Sociology of the Family

5

X

X

SOCI/WMST 483

Sociology of Children

5

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

Electives (14 credits) One CDST core elective of choice from list below required

X X X X

X

X

AAST 320

African American Family

5

CDST 411

Child Life Theory

5

X

X

CDST 412

Health and Children

5

X

X

CDST 413

Media and Children

5

CDST 422

Children’s Loss and Grief

5

CDST 439

Topics: Diversity and Anti-Bias Education

5

X

CDST 439

Topics: Children and Counseling

5

X

CDST 439

Topics: Issues and Trends in Early Learning

5

CDST 439

Topics: Law and Ethics of Working with Children

5

CDST 439

Topics: Trauma Informed Care with Children and Families

5

MGMT 326

Organizational Theory and Behavior

4

PSYC 402

Behavioral Modification

4

PSYC 470

Child Psychopathology and Treatment

5

X

PSYC 484

Child Abuse: Recognition and Strategy

3

PSYC 485

ADD/ADHD in the Schools

3

For more information, please visit the EWU Children’s Studies page.

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X

Su

X X

X

X X X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X


Dental Hygiene Degree Completion (BS) - Semester Program

The Bachelor of Science Dental Hygiene degree completion program is a program for licensed dental hygienists. This is a full-time cohort-based program. Applications are accepted all year. Students may begin the program in either fall or spring semester. For more information (including application procedures), please visit the Bachelor of Science in Dental Hygiene Degree Completion website. Interdisciplinary Addiction Studies Degree Completion (BA) Required Courses (60 credits) Year 1 Credits

F

ADST 300

Survey of Alcohol/Drug Problems

4

X

ADST 302

Counseling Theories for the Addiction Professional

4

X

ADST 303

HIV/AIDS and Addiction Treatment

2

X

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 440

Alcohol/Drug Group Counseling

3

ADST 442

Screening and Assessment for Co-Occurring Disorders

4

Year 2

Credits

W

Sp

X X X X X F

W

Sp

ADST 420

Alcohol/Drug Case Management

4

ADST 430

Addiction Treatment with Families

4

ADST 444

Treating Co-Occuring Disorders

4

X

ADST 460

Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals

4

X

ADST 462

Adolescent Addiction Assessment and Treatment

4

ADST 464

Relapse Prevention

2

ADST 490

Addiction Studies Senior Capstone

4

Practicum Seminar

1

ADST 385

Practicum I

2

ADST 485

Practicum II

2

Su

X X

X X X

Optional: Available year 2 for students not currently working in addiction treatment Credits F W Sp ADST 350

Su

Su

X X X

Students must complete a minimum of 20 additional upper division credits in a single approved subject area that is complimentary to Addiction Studies.

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Interdisciplinary Health Leadership Degree Completion (BA) Required Courses (60 credits) Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

HSAD 300

Health Care Organization and Administration

4

HSAD 310

Health Care Supervision

4

HSAD 322

Health Care Technology

4

HSAD 410

Health Law Regulation and Ethics

4

HSAD 435

Process Improvement in Health Care

4

CMST 340

Intercultural Communication

5

CMST 411

Negotiation Skills and Strategies

5

CMST 430

Communication in Organizations

5

CMST 438

Topics in Leadership and Strategic Communication

5

X

CMST 440

Global Communication

5

X

X

X

BUED 302

Business Communication

4

X

X

X

X

HUMR 328

Human Resource Management

4

X

X

X

X

ITDS 300

Portfolio Development

4

X

ITGS 400

Senior Capstone

4

X

X X X X X

X

X

X X

X

X

X X

X

X

Students must also complete a Prior Learning Assesment Portfolio

Interdisciplinary Studies Degree Completion (BA)

This degree is for students who prefer an interdisciplinary option, combining 60 upper division credits from two or three academic departments, programs or certificates. Interdisciplinary Studies students follow the guidance of the advising staff associated with the Department of Interdisciplinary Studies. Courses selected for this program may require prerequisites and advanced standing.

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Certificates Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Addiction Studies Certificate-Graduate Required Courses (30 credits)

Credits

F

ADST 501

Relapse Prevention

2

ADST 504

Adolescent Addiction Assessment and Treatment

4

ADST 512

Pharmacological Actions of Alcohol and Other Drugs

4

ADST 520

Case Management

4

X

ADST 530

Addiction Treatment with Families and Diverse Populations

4

X

ADST 535

Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals

4

ADST 542

Screening and Assessment for Co-Occuring Disorders

4

ADST 544

Treating Co-Occuring Disorders

4

W

Sp

Su

X X

X X

X

X

X X X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Master’s Certificate in Addiction Studies page.

Addiction Studies Licensed Professional Certificate-Graduate Required Courses (20 credits) Credits

F

ADST 502

Counseling Theories for Addiction Professionals

2

ADST 505

Addiction Group Counseling

2

ADST 512

Pharmacological Actions of Alcohol and Other Drugs

4

ADST 520

Case Management

4

X

ADST 530

Addiction Treatment with Families and Diverse Populations

4

X

ADST 535

Law and Ethics for Addiction Professionals

4

W

Sp

Su

X X X

X

X

X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Addiction Studies Licensed Professionals Graduate Certificate page.

Disabilities Studies Certificate-Graduate Required Courses (15-25 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

DSST 501

Disability, Culture and Universal Access in Society

5

DSST 510

Disability as Diversity

5

X

DSST 520

Human Diversity and Society: Laws and Social Policies

5

X

DSST 530

Disability: Critical Perspectives from the Liberal Arts and Humanities

5

X

DSST 590

Interdisciplinary Project in Universal Access

5

X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Graduate Certificate in Disability Studies page.

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Executive Tribal Planning Certificate-Graduate (23-24 credits required) Required Courses (20 credits) Credits F W

Sp

Su

PLAN 523

American Indian Planning

4

X

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLAN 524

Advanced Strategic Planning

4

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLAN 528

American Indian Health and Community

4

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLAN 530

Contemporary American Indian Planning

3

TBD

X

TBD

TBD

PLAN 531

Census in Data for American Indian Planning

2

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLAN 533

American Indian Law for Planners

3

TBD

TBD

X

TBD

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Electives (3 credits minimum)

PLAN 529

American Indian Healthcare Systems and Services

4

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

PLAN 532

American Indian Economic Development

3

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

F

W

Sp

Su

Addiction Studies Foundation Certificate (12-15 credits required) Required Courses (8 credits) Credits ADST 300

Survey of Alcohol/Drug Problems

4

X

X

X

X

ADST 308

Cultural Issues in Addiction Treatment and Behavioral Helath

4

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Electives (4-7 credits minimum) ADST 302

Counseling Theories for the Addiction Professional

4

X

ADST 303

HIV/Aids and Addiction Treatment

2

X

ADST 410

Community Prevention Methods

4

X

ADST 412

Physiology and Pharmacology of Addictions

4

X

ADST 430

Addiction Treatment with Families

4

ADST 442

Screening and Assessment for Co-Occuring Disorders

4

X X

X

X X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Certificate in Addiction Studies page.

Applied Ethics and Practical Philosophy Certificate (25 credits required) Required courses (15 credits) Choose one of the following Credits F W PHIL 212

Introductory Ethics

5

PHIL 213

Moral Issues in America

5

Choose two of the following

Credits

X

X

Sp

Su

X

X

X F

W

Sp

Su

PHIL 445

Biomedical Ethics

5

PHIL 499

Directed Study

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Electives (10-15 credits) Choose three of the following

ACCT 261

Business Law

4

ADST 460

Law and Ethics for Addiction Studies

4

DSST 310

Disability, Culture and Society

5

HLED 370

Personal and Community Health

4

X

X X X

X

X

X X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Certificate in Applied Ethics and

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Disabilities Studies Certificate Required Courses (15 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

DSST 310

Disability, Culture and Society

5

DSST 410

Disability as Diversity

5

DSST 490

Senior Capstone: Project in Universal Access

5

X X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Certificate in Disability Studies page.

Gender Studies Certificate (23-28 credits) Required Courses (9 credits)

Credits

WMST 310

Issues in Women’s Studies

4

WMST 321

Sex and Gender

5

F

W X

Senior Capstone Seminar

4

WMST 495

Internship

1-5

WMST 499

Directed Study

1-12

Electives (11-13 credits) Credits WMST/PSYC 331

Psychology of Women

4

WMST/SOCI 370

Sociology of the Family

5

WMST/HIST 394

Women in American History

4

Electives (11-13 credits) Credits

Su X X

Required Experimental Component-Choose One (3-5 credits minimum) Credits F W WMST 490

Sp

Sp

Su

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

X X

X

X

X

F

W

Sp

Su

WMST 410

Feminist Theory

4

X

WMST 456

The Older Woman

4

WMST/ SOCI 483

Sociology of Children

5

X

WMST 498

Women and Religion

4

X

X X X

X

X

W

Sp

Su

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Gender Studies Certificate page.

Geographic Information Systems Certificate (GIS) (25 credits required) Required Courses (17 credits) Credits F GEOG 328

Geographic Information Systems I

5

GEOG 428

Geographic Information Systems II

5

GEOG 429

Geographic Information Systems III

5

X

GEOG 493

GIS Portfolio

2

X

Electives (8 credits minimum)

Credits

X X

F

W

GEOG 321

GIS for Social Sciences

3

X

GEOG 323

GIS for Environmental Sciences

3

X

GEOG 427

Desktop Mapping

3

GEOG 497

Python Programming for GIS

2

Sp

Su

X X

For more information about the certificate, please visit the EWU Certificate in GIS page.

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Teacher Add-On Endorsements Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. English Secondary Education Required Courses (40 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

ENGL 270

Introduction to Fiction

5

X

ENGL 271

Introduction to Poetry

5

X

ENGL 344

Survey of American Literature II

5

X

ENGL 350

Shakespeare

5

X

ENGL 408

The Composition Process (Low Residency)

5

X

ENGL 459

Grammar for Teachers

5

X

ENGL 493

Teaching Literature to Adolescents (Low Residency)

5

X

ENGL 493

Workshop

5

X

X

X

For more information, please visit the English Secondary Add-on Endorsement page.

Business and Marketing Education (BME) Required Courses (72 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

ACCT 251

Principles of Financial Accounting

5

ACCT 261

Business Law

4

ACCT 351

Intermediate Accounting I

4

X

BUED 302

Business Communication

4

X

X

X

X

BUED 376

Multimedia Document Design

5

X

X

X

X

BUED 470

Introduction to Computer Science for Teachers

4

X

BUED 475

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

4

X

BUED 476

Methods of Teaching Keyboarding and Microcomputer Applications

4

X

CTED 301

Philosophy of Career and Technical Education

4

X

CTED 474

Administration of Work-Site Learning

4

X

DSCI 245

Data Analysis for Business

4

X

ECON 200

Microeconomics

5

X

ECON 201

Macroeconomics

5

X

ENTP 311

Entrepreneurial Behavior

4

HUMR 328

Human Resources Management

4

MISC 211

Information Technology for Business

4

MKTG 310

Principles of Marketing

4

X

X X X

X X

For more information, please visit the Business and Marketing Education Add-on Endorsement page.

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X

X

X

X


Career and Technical Education (CTE) Plan 2/Business and Industry Route Required Courses (25 credits) Credits F W

Sp

CTED 300

Introduction to Career and Technical Education

4

CTED 301

Philosophy of Career and Technical Education

4

X

CTED 309

CTE Classroom Management

4

X

CTED 341

CTE Secondary Strategies

4

X

CTED 474

Administration of Work-Site Education

4

X

CTED 485

Management of CTE Practicum

1

X

CTED 492

CTE Professional Portfolio

4

Su

X

X

For more information, please visit the Career and Technical Education Plan 2 page.

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Minors and Department Offerings Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Addiction Counseling and Prevention (Online Minor-34 credits) Required Courses (29 credits) Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

ADST 300

Survey of Alcohol/Drug Problems

4

X

ADST 302

Counseling Theories for the Addiction Professional

4

X

ADST 303

HIV/AIDS and Addiction Treatment

2

X

ADST 410

Community Prevention Methods

4

X

ADST 412

Physiology and Pharmacology of Addictions

4

X

ADST 420

Alcohol/Drug Case Management

4

X

ADST 430

Addiction Treatment with Families

4

X

ADST 440

Alcohol/Drug Group Counseling

3

Practicum (5 credits minimum) ADST 350/385/485

5 credits in Practicum must be arranged

Credits

X X

X X X

F

W

Sp

Su

5

Note: Minor option available without the practicum for students who do not plan to work in the field of Addiction Treatment or Prevention. Contact program director for approval. For more information about the minor, please visit the EWU Addiction Studies Counseling and Prevention Minor page or email adst@ewu.edu.

Africana Education (Online Minor-20 credits) Required Courses (10 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

AAST 214

African American Culture and Expressions

5

X

X

X

X

AAST 220

African American History: Post Civil War to Present

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Electives (10 credits)

AAST 301

Harlem Renaissance

5

X

AAST 315

African History: Ancient Africa to Mandela

5

X

X

X

X

AAST 320

African American Family

5

X

X

X

X

For more information about the minor, please visit the EWU Minor in Africana Studies page.

Business Admininstration (Online Minor-21 credits) Required Courses (9 credits)

F

W

Sp

Su

ACCT 251

Financial Accounting

5

X

X

X

X

MGMT 326

Organizational Theory and Behavior

4

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Electives (12 credits)

16

Credits

ACCT 261

Business Law

4

X

FINC 335

Financial Management

4

X

X

X

X

HUMR 328

Human Resource Management

4

X

X

X

X

MISC 211

Information Technology in Business

4

X

X


Electives cont. (12 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su TBD

MKTG 310

Principles of Marketing

4

X

X

TBD

OPSM 330

Operations Management

4

X

X

X

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

X

X

Business

Credits

ACCT 251

Principles of Financial Accounting

5

ACCT 261

Business Law

4

ACCT 351

Intermediate Accounting I

4

X

BUED 302

Business Communication

4

X

DSCI 245

Data Analysis for Business

4

ECON 200

Introduction to Microeconomics

5

X

ECON 201

Introduction to Macroeconomics

5

X

ENTP 311

Entrepreneurial Behavior and Thinking

4

FINC 335

Financial Management

4

X

X

X

X

HUMR 328

Human Resource Management

4

X

X

X

X

MGMT 326

Organization Theory and Behavior

4

X

X

X

X

MGMT 423

Business and Society

4

X

X

X

X

MGMT 470

International Business Management

4

MISC 211

Information Technology in Business

4

MISC 374

Spreadsheet Modeling for Business Applications

4

MKTG 310

Principles of Marketing

4

OPSM 330

Operations Management

Business and Marketing Education Required Courses (21 credits)

X X

X

X

X X

X

X

X

X

X

X

TBD

TBD

4

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

BUED 302

Business Communication

4

X

X

X

X

BUED 376

Multimedia Document Design

5

X

X

X

X

BUED 470

Introduction to Computer Science for Teachers

4

X

BUED 475

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

4

X

BUED 476

Methods of Teaching Keyboarding and Microcomputer Applications

4

X

CTED 301

Philosophy of Career and Vocational Education

4

X

CTED 474

Administration of Work-Site Education

4

Communication Studies (Online Minor-19 credits minimum) At least one 5 credit 400 level course Credits CMST 207

Communications, Community, and Citizenship

5

CMST 309

Communication and Information

5

CMST 330

Integrated Methods for Communication Research

5

CMST 340

Intercultural Communication

5

X F

W

Sp

Su X

X X X

X

X

X 17


Communication Studies Cont.

Credits

F X

CMST 430

Communication in Organizations

5

CMST 438

Topics in Leadership and Strategic Communication

5

CMST 440

Global Communications

5

CMST 496

Introduction to Public Relations and Communication

5

CMST 411

Negotiation Skills and Stategies

5

Geography (Online Minor-14 credits minimum) Required Courses (10 credits)

X X

X

X

X X

Su

X

X

X

X

GEOG 101

Fundamentals of Human Geography

5 Credits

X F

W

Sp

GEOG 321

GIS for Social Sciences

3

X

GEOG 323

GIS for Environmental Sciences

3

X

GEOG 328

Geographic Information Systems I

5

X

GEOG 357

Geography of Childhood

3

X

GEOG 427

Desktop Mapping

3

X

GEOG 428

Geographic Information Systems II

5

GEOG 429

Geographic Information Systems III

5

X

GEOG 497

Python Programming for GIS

2

X

X

Sp

Credits

Su

X

F

W

Sp

Su

HLED 201

Introduction to Health and Wellness

3

HLED 256

Medical Terminology

1

HLED 370

Personal and Community Health

4

HLED 482

Grant Writing in Health Sciences

3

HLED 485

Managing Stress

3

X

X

X

HLED 487

Time Management

3

X

X

X

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

Health Services Administration (Online Minor-20 credits) Required Courses Credits

18

X

W

5

Health Education

Su

F

Fundamentals of the Physical Environment

Sp

Credits

GEOG 100

Electives (4-5 credits minimum)

W

HSAD 300

Health Care Organization and Administration

4

HSAD 310

Health Care Supervision

4

HSAD 322

Health Care Technology

4

HSAD 410

Health Law, Regulation and Ethics

4

HSAD 435

Process Improvement in Health Care

4

X X

X

X

X X

X

X

X X X X


History (Online Minor-18 credits minimum) At least 10 credits upper division (300-400 level) Choose at least one course from U.S. History

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

HIST 220

African American History: Post Civil War to Present

5

HIST 303

U.S. History, 1607-1877

5

X

HIST 304

U.S. History, 1877-Present

5

X

HIST 394

Women in American History

5

HIST 483

History and Government of the Pacific Northwest

5

Choose at least one course from Global/Comparative History

Credits

X

X

X

X X

F

W

Sp

Su

CHST/HIST 218

Chicano History

5

HIST 315

African History: Ancient Africa to Mandela

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su X

Philosophy (Online Minor-20* credits minimum) *Only 10 credits of 200 level classes

X

PHIL 210

Critical Thinking

5

X

X

X

PHIL 211

Introductory Philosophy

5

X

X

X

PHIL 212

Introductory Ethics

5

X

X

X

PHIL 213

Moral Issues in America

5

PHIL 312

Philosophy of Religion

5

PHIL 445

Biomedical Ethics

5

Psychology (Online Minor-20 credits minimum) Required Courses (5 credits) PSYC 100

General Psychology - Required

Electives (15 credits minimum)

X

X X

X X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

CSBS 320

Introductory Statistics for the Social Science

5

X

PSYC 301

Theories of Personality

5

X

X

X

PSYC 302

Abnormal Psychology

5

X

X

X

PSYC 305

Child and Adolescent Development

4

X

X

PSYC 331

Psychology of Women

4

X

X

X

X

PSYC 470

Child Psychopathology and Treatment

5

X

X

X

X

For more information about the minor, please see the EWU Minor in Psychology page.

Psychology-Applied Developmental Psychology (Online Minor-15 credits minimum) Credits F W Sp Su CSBS 320

Introductory Statistics for the Social Science

5

X

X

PSYC 305

Child and Adolescent Development

4

X

X

PSYC 402

Behavioral Modification

4

X

X

X

For more information about the minor, please see the EWU Minor in Psychology page.

19


Religious Studies (Online Minor-25 credits minimum) Required Courses (15 credits)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

TBD

HUMN 215

Introduction to Religion

5

HUMN 315

East-West Philosophies and Religions

5

TBD

TBD

PHIL 312

Philosophy of Religion

5

X

X

Electives (10 credits minimum)

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

ENGL 387

Literature of the Bible (Every other summer)

5

TBD

HUMN 270

Great World Views

5

TBD

For more information about the minor, please visit the EWU Minor in Religious Studies page.

Sociology (Online Minor-15 credits minimum) Required Courses (5 credits) SOCI 101

Introduction to Sociology

Electives (10 credits minimum)

Credits

F

W

Sp

5

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

SOCI 301

Survey of Criminology

5

SOCI 321

Sex and Gender

5

SOCI 370

Sociology of the Family

5

X

X

SOCI 371

African American Family

5

X

X

X

SOCI 463

Complex Organizations

5

X

X

SOCI 483

Sociology of Children

5

Issues in Women’s Studies

4

WMST 410

Feminist Theory

4

Electives (14 credits minimum)

Credits

Su X

X

X

Women’s Studies (Online Minor-22 credits minimum) Required Courses (8 credits) Credits F WMST 310

Su

X X

X W

Sp

X X F

WMST 321

Sex and Gender

5

WMST 331

Psychology of Women

4

WMST 370

Sociology of the Family

5

WMST 394

Women in American History

4

WMST 456

The Older Women

4

WMST 483

Sociology of Children

5

X

WMST 498

Women and Religion

4

X

W

Sp

Su X

X

X

X

X

X

X

X X

X

X X X

X

For more information about the minor, please visit the EWU Minor in Women’s and Gender Studies page.

20

Su

X


General Education Core and University Requirements Please see EagleNET for the latest course schedule at eaglenet.ewu.edu. Humanities and Fine Arts List 1

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

ENGL 170

Introduction to Literature

5

X

X

X

TBD

HUMN 210

Classics in Literature

5

TBD

TBD

TBD

TBD

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Humanities and Fine Arts List 2 ART 213

Art in the Humanities (hybrid)

5

HUMN/MUSC 212

Music in the Humanities

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

TBD

Humanities and Fine Arts List 3

X

HUMN 215

Introduction to Religion

5

HUMN 270

Great World Views

5

PHIL 210

Critical Thinking

5

X

X

X

PHIL 211

Introductory Philosophy

5

X

X

X

PHIL 212

Introductory Ethics

5

X

X

X

PHIL 213

Moral Issues in America

5

Social Sciences List 1

Credits

TBD X X

X F

W

Sp

Su

ECON 100

General Education Economics

5

X

ECON 200

Introduction to Microeconomics

5

X

ECON 201

Introduction to Macroeconomics

5

X

POLI 100

Modern Government in American Context

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Social Sciences List 2 GEOG 101

Fundamentals of Human Geography

5

PSYC 100

General Psychology

5

X

X

X

X

PSYC 201

Life Span Development

5

X

X

X

X

SOCI 101

Introduction to Sociology

5

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Social Sciences List 3

X

AAST/HIST 220

African American History: Post Civil War to Present

5

X

X

X

X

HIST 105

Western Heritage: Origin to 18th Century

5

X

X

X

X

HIST 106

Western Heritage: 18th Century to the Present

5

HIST 110

The American Experience

5

X X

X

X X

X

21


Natural Sciences GEOG 100

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Fundamentals of the Physical Environment

5

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Competency/Proficiency ENGL 101

College Composition: Exposition and Argumentation

5

X

X

X

TBD

ENGL 201

College Composition: Analysis, Research and Documentation

5

X

X

X

TBD

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

X

X

X

Cultural and Gender Diversity AAST/HUMN 214

African American Culture and Expressions

5

CHST/HIST 218

Chicano History

5

CMST 340

Intercultural Communication

5

X

X

X

X

DSST 310

Disability, Culture and Society

5

X

X

X

X

HIST/WMST 394

Women in American History

5

X

X

X

X

HUMN/WMST 310

Issues in Women’s Studies

4

PSYC/WMST 331

Psychology of Women

4

X

X

X

X

RCST 101

An Introduction to the Study of Race and Culture

5

X

X

X

X

RCST 202

Race, Privilege and Power

5

X

X

X

SOCI/WMST 321

Sex and Gender

5

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

AAST/HIST 315

African History

5

X

X

X

X

CMST 440

International Communication

5

X

X

X

X

HUMN 315

East-West Philosophies and Religions

5

SOCI 263

Social Problems

5

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

Senior Capstone

4

X

X

X

X

Credits

F

W

Sp

Su

X

International Studies

Senior Capstone ITGS 400

Language Requirements

22

ASL 376

Sign Language 1

3

ASL 377

Sign Language 2

3

ASL 378

Sign Language 3

3

X

X

X

TBD

TBD X

X X


Notes:


Some courses have prerequisites. Please reference the EWU catalog. Schedule is subject to change: Please check EagleNET at eaglenet.ewu.edu.

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