Dec 12, 2019  
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2018-19 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Courses


NOTE: Certain courses and programs require the use and/or handling of hazardous materials or equipment. Students are expected to follow all safety instructions and to take the required safety precautions including, but not limited to, the use of personal protection equipment (PPE) during the course or program to prevent incidences of injury to self or other students.

 

Special Education

   •  SPED 3130 - Diversity in Language and Communication
   •  SPED 3430 - Characteristics of High Incidence Populations (Modified)
   •  SPED 3440 - Characteristics of Low Incidence Populations (Comprehensive)
   •  SPED 4000 - Teaching Reading to Diverse Learners
   •  SPED 4010 - Explicit Reading Strategies for Learners with Exceptionalities
   •  SPED 4100 - Advanced Reading Strategies for Learners with Exceptionalities
   •  SPED 4120 - Curriculum, Methods, and Materials for Special Education (Comprehensive)
   •  SPED 4140 - Techniques and Strategies for Instruction in Special Education (Comprehensive)
   •  SPED 4150 - Techniques, Methods, and Materials in Special Education (Modified)
   •  SPED 4160 - Educational Assessment of Exceptional Learners
   •  SPED 4165 - Curriculum-Based Measurement and Progress Monitoring
   •  SPED 4170 - Strategic Teaching and Learning in Secondary Education (Modified)
   •  SPED 4180 - Pre-residency Interventionist Integrated Clinical Experience
   •  SPED 4210 - Residency I, Interventionist Integrated Clinical Experience
   •  SPED 4220 - Residency I, Special Education - Comprehensive License
   •  SPED 4240 - Methods and Techniques of Behavior Management
   •  SPED 4250 - Education in the Affective Domain
   •  SPED 4260 - Problems in Special Education
   •  SPED 4280 - Assistive Technology in Special Education
   •  SPED 4300 - Advanced Applied Behavioral Interventions and Supports
   •  SPED 4320 - Residency II, Special Education-Comprehensive License
   •  SPED 4350 - Residency II, Interventionist Integrated Clinical Experience
   •  SPED 4360 - Directed Teaching in Special Education (Speech and Hearing)
   •  SPED 4370 - Transition Services and Education of Adolescents with Disabilities
   •  SPED 4380 - Co-teaching in Inclusive Classrooms
   •  SPED 4510 - Teaching Internship, Special Education
   •  SPED 4550 - Data Literacy: Implementing Evidence-Based Prescriptive and Diagnostic Interventions for Struggling Learners
   •  SPED 4600 - Math Interventions for Learners with Exceptionalities
   •  SPED 4720 - Promoting Culture and Diversity in Family Professional Partnerships
   •  SPED 4910 - Developmental Assessment

Statistics

   •  STAT 3150 - Mathematical Statistics I
   •  STAT 4190 - Mathematical Statistics II
   •  STAT 4200 - Statistical Methods for Forecasting
   •  STAT 4280 - Undergraduate Research
   •  STAT 4320 - Probability and Stochastic Processes
   •  STAT 4360 - Regression Analysis
   •  STAT 4370 - Nonparametric Statistics
   •  STAT 4380 - Experimental Design
   •  STAT 4600 - Problems in Statistics

Textiles, Merchandising, and Design

   •  TXMD 1110 - Basic Design
   •  TXMD 1170 - Introduction to the Fashion Industry
   •  TXMD 2110 - Fashion Forecasting
   •  TXMD 2180 - Textiles I
   •  TXMD 2181 - Textiles I Laboratory
   •  TXMD 2200 - History of Fashion
   •  TXMD 3120 - Textiles II
   •  TXMD 3150 - Apparel Selection and Evaluation
   •  TXMD 3170 - Fashion Branding
   •  TXMD 3200 - Clothing I
   •  TXMD 3220 - Patternmaking I
   •  TXMD 3300 - Clothing II
   •  TXMD 3320 - Patternmaking II
   •  TXMD 3370 - Fashion Illustration I
   •  TXMD 4100 - Fashion Promotion
   •  TXMD 4140 - Apparel Manufacturing and Sourcing
   •  TXMD 4150 - Fashion Buying
   •  TXMD 4170 - Social Aspects of Clothing
   •  TXMD 4220 - Computer-Aided Apparel Design I
   •  TXMD 4320 - Computer Aided Apparel Design II
   •  TXMD 4370 - Fashion Illustration II
   •  TXMD 4400 - Fashion Product Line Development and Merchandising

Theatre

   •  THEA 1005 - Acting for Non-Majors
   •  THEA 1015 - Acting I
   •  THEA 1025 - Stage Craft I
   •  THEA 1030 - Introduction to Theatre
   •  THEA 2000 - First Year Seminar in Theatre
   •  THEA 2100 - Introduction to Production Practices
   •  THEA 2900 - Production Practices Lab
   •  THEA 3000 - Sound Design for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 3050 - Theatrical Design Concepts
   •  THEA 3100 - Make-Up Techniques for Performers
   •  THEA 3200 - Introduction to Costume for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 3300 - Scene Design
   •  THEA 3310 - Theatrical Drafting: Theory and Technique
   •  THEA 3400 - Lighting for Arts and Entertainment I
   •  THEA 3500 - Stage Movement
   •  THEA 3510 - Acting II
   •  THEA 3520 - Voice for the Actor I
   •  THEA 3530 - Voice for the Actor II
   •  THEA 3540 - Musical Theatre Performance
   •  THEA 3600 - Methods for Using Drama in the Classroom
   •  THEA 3620 - Methods and Assessment of Theatre in Secondary Education
   •  THEA 3700 - Fundamentals of Play Directing
   •  THEA 3800 - Introduction to Arts Management
   •  THEA 3810 - Stage Management
   •  THEA 3820 - Script Analysis
   •  THEA 3910 - Internship in Theatre
   •  THEA 4110 - Make-Up Design and Creation
   •  THEA 4190 - Topics in Make-up for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4220 - Costume Design for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4230 - Advanced Costume Design for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4280 - Topics in Costume for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4290 - Problems in Theatre
   •  THEA 4300 - Advanced Scenic Design
   •  THEA 4390 - Topics in Scenography
   •  THEA 4400 - Lighting for Arts and Entertainment II
   •  THEA 4480 - Automated Lighting for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4490 - Advanced Topics in Lighting for Arts and Entertainment
   •  THEA 4510 - Meisner Technique
   •  THEA 4520 - Acting for the Camera
 

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