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2016-2017 Graduate Catalog
Northern Kentucky University
   
 
  Feb 22, 2018
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions

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Education Graduate

   •  EDG 607 Orientation to MAED Teacher as Leader (0 credits)
   •  EDG 615 Instructional Design and Curriculum for School Leaders (3 credits)
   •  EDG 620 Learning and Motivation (3 credits)
   •  EDG 621 Introduction to Gifted Education (3 credits)
   •  EDG 623 Teaching Creative Higher-Level Thinking (3 credits)
   •  EDG 624 Pupil Assessment and Evaluation (3 credits)
   •  EDG 625 School Programs for Gifted Students (3 credits)
   •  EDG 627 Seminar and Field Experiences in Gifted Education (3 credits)
   •  EDG 629 Special Topics in Gifted Education (1-6 credits)
   •  EDG 630 Language and Learning Across the Curriculum (3 credits)
   •  EDG 632 Classroom-Based Literacy Assessment (3 credits)
   •  EDG 634 Reading Instruction in Primary Grades (3 credits)
   •  EDG 636 Reading Instruction in Middle Grades (3 credits)
   •  EDG 637 Literacy Clinic I (3 credits)
   •  EDG 639 Literacy Clinic II (3 credits)
   •  EDG 641 Applying Innovative Tech in Ed Prac (3 credits)
   •  EDG 642 Designing Online Instruction (3 credits)
   •  EDG 643 Technology Systems in Schools (3 credits)
   •  EDG 646 Research in Educational Technology (3 credits)
   •  EDG 648 Developing Writing Programs for Elementary and Secondary Schools I (3 credits)
   •  EDG 649 Developing Writing Programs for Elementary and Secondary Schools II (3 credits)
   •  EDG 653 Language Development of Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
   •  EDG 654 IECE Proficiency Evaluation (3 credits)
   •  EDG 658 Assessment Techniques for P-12 Mathematics (3 credits)
   •  EDG 659 Selected Topics in Math Education (1-3 credits)
   •  EDG 660 Learning and Behavior Disorders (3 credits)
   •  EDG 661 Research Methods in Applied Beh Analysis (3 credits)
   •  EDG 662 Educational Assessment of Learning and Behavior Disorders (3 credits)
   •  EDG 663 Behavior Analysis Procedures for Students with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
   •  EDG 664 Procedures and Methods for Remedial Learning and Behavior Disorders (3 credits)
   •  EDG 665 Transdisciplinary Collaboration (3 credits)
   •  EDG 666 Introduction to Education of Students with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
   •  EDG 667 Collaboration and Inclusive Practices (3 credits)
   •  EDG 668 Advanced Principles of Behavior Management (3 credits)
   •  EDG 669 Diagnostic/Prescriptive Teaching (4 credits)
   •  EDG 670 Ethical Considerations Applied Beh Analy (3 credits)
   •  EDG 671 Implementing ABA Prog Applied Settings (3 credits)
   •  EDG 672 Practicum in Autism/Applied Beh Analysis (2-4 credits)
   •  EDG 685 Best Practices in College Teaching (3 credits)
   •  EDG 691 Applied Education Research I (2 credits)
   •  EDG 692 Applied Education Research II (1 credit)
   •  EDG 693 Selected Topics in Education (1-3 credits)
   •  EDG 696 Topics in Special Education (1-6 credits)
   •  EDG 699 Selected Problems in Education (1-3 credits)
   •  EDG 701 Supervision of Field & Clinical Experience (3 credits)
   •  EDG 702 Research Based Teaching (3 credits)
   •  EDG 703 Capstone in Action Research (3 credits)
   •  EDG 794 Special Topics in Education (1-3 credits)
   •  EDG 799 Independent Study (1-3 credits)

Education Leadership

   •  EDD 801 Leadership: Personal and Professional Perspectives (3 credits)
   •  EDD 802 Contemporary Issues in Regional Stewardship (3 credits)
   •  EDD 803 Transformational Leadership (3 credits)
   •  EDD 810 Introduction to Action Research, Academic Writing and the Dissertation Process (3 credits)
   •  EDD 811 Qualitative Research (3 credits)
   •  EDD 812 Understanding Statistics (3 credits)
   •  EDD 821 Organizations as Social Systems (3 credits)
   •  EDD 822 Legal and Ethical Issues for Educational Leaders (3 credits)
   •  EDD 825 Performance Appraisal: Evaluating People and Programs (3 credits)
   •  EDD 829 Regional Stewardship: A Collaborative Project (3 credits)
   •  EDD 830 Transformative Curriculum Design (3 credits)
   •  EDD 832 Leading Through Technology (3 credits)
   •  EDD 833 Leadership in Multi-Cultural Society (3 credits)
   •  EDD 840 History of US Higher Ed & Current Issues (3 credits)
   •  EDD 841 Understanding the US College Student (3 credits)
   •  EDD 842 Organization and Admin of Higher Ed (3 credits)
   •  EDD 843 International Higher Education (3 credits)
   •  EDD 849 Dissertation Seminar (3 credits)
   •  EDD 894 Special Topics in Doctor of Education in Ed. Leadership (1-3 credits)
   •  EDD 898 Dissertation Research (1-12 credits)
   •  EDD 899 Independent Study (1-12 credits)

Education- Special Education

   •  EDS 551 Assistive Technology in the Classroom (3 credits)
   •  EDS 561 Intellectual and Orthopedic Disabilities (3 credits)
   •  EDS 562 Early Childhood Special Education Programs (3 credits)
   •  EDS 570 Working with Families of Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
   •  EDS 572 Secondary Special Education Programs (3 credits)
   •  EDS 573 Individuals w Autism Spectrum Disorders (3 credits)
   •  EDS 588 Professional Laboratory Experiences (3-6 credits)
   •  EDS 599 Independent Study: Special Education (1-3 credits)

English

   •  ENG 500 Poetry (3 credits)
   •  ENG 501 Drama (3 credits)
   •  ENG 505 Medieval Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 515 Readings in Western Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 525 Restoration and 18th-Century Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 530 Readings in the English Language (3 credits)
   •  ENG 531 English Grammar for Teachers of ESOL (2 credits)
   •  ENG 535 Teaching High School Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 537 Teaching High School Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 541 Linguistics for Teachers of ESOL (2 credits)
   •  ENG 542 Teaching and Practice/Creative Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 544 Research/Methods in Professional Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 546 Grant Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 550 Playwriting Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 552 Screenwriting Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 556 Composition Theories (1-3 credits)
   •  ENG 560 American Literature Before 1865 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 565 American Literature After 1865 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 575 20th Century British Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 580 Studies in Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 581 Major Authors (3 credits)
   •  ENG 582 Special Topics in Literature (3 credits)
 

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