Aug 17, 2018  
2016-2017 Graduate Catalog 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

English

   •  ENG 584 Literary Publishing and Editing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 600 Introduction to Graduate Studies (3 credits)
   •  ENG 620 The Teaching of Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 622 Poetry Writing Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 624 Fiction Writing Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 626 Novel Writing Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 628 Creative Non-Fiction Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 630 The Teaching of Composition (3 credits)
   •  ENG 632 New Media and Professional Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 636 Issues in Professional Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 638 Theories of Community Literacy (3 credits)
   •  ENG 639 Fieldwork in Community Literacy (3 credits)
   •  ENG 642 Online Literary Research (3 credits)
   •  ENG 644 Digital Humanities (3 credits)
   •  ENG 645 Topics in Contemporary Rhetoric (3 credits)
   •  ENG 646 Composition and Rhetoric Practicum (3 credits)
   •  ENG 647 History of Rhetoric (3 credits)
   •  ENG 648 Developing Writing Programs for Elementary and Secondary Schools I (3 credits)
   •  ENG 655 Studies in British Literature before 1750 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 657 Studies in British Literature since 1800 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 665 Studies in American Literature before 1865 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 667 Studies in American Literature since 1865 (3 credits)
   •  ENG 671 World Literature in English (3 credits)
   •  ENG 672 African American Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 674 Multicultural Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 676 Post-Colonial Theory and Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 678 Folklore and Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 680 Studies in Literature and Criticism and Theory (3 credits)
   •  ENG 685 Studies in Comparative Literary Forms and Themes (3 credits)
   •  ENG 687 Gender and Literature (3 credits)
   •  ENG 689 Major Authors (3 credits)
   •  ENG 696 Internship: Portfolio Development (1-3 credits)
   •  ENG 699 Independent Study: Directed Readings (1-6 credits)
   •  ENG 722 Prose Writing Workshop (3 credits)
   •  ENG 724 Emerging Genres in Creative Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 725 Theory and Craft of Creative Writing (3 credits)
   •  ENG 726 History of Reading and Writing Practices (3 credits)
   •  ENG 735 Readings In Composition (3 credits)
   •  ENG 750 Theories and Concepts of Cultural Studies (3 credits)
   •  ENG 755 Readings in Literary Studies (3 credits)
   •  ENG 786 Prospectus Readings (2 credits)
   •  ENG 792 Comprehensive Exam (1-6 credits)
   •  ENG 793 Master's Project (1-6 credits)
   •  ENG 794 Master's Portfolio (1-6 credits)
   •  ENG 796 Master's Thesis (1-6 credits)
   •  ENG 798 Continuing Capstone Project (1 credit)
   •  ENG 799 Capstone Presentation (0 credits)

Entrepreneurship

   •  ENTP 640 Entrepreneurship and Innovation (3 credits)
   •  ENTP 670 Managing Growth and Entrepreneurship in Organizations (3 credits)
   •  ENTP 680 Corporate Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
   •  ENTP 696 Field Studies: Entrepreneurship (3 credits)
   •  ENTP 699 Independent Study: Entrepreneurship (3 credits)

Environmental Science

   •  ENV 578 Environmental Issues for Educators (3 credits)

Executive Leadership & Organizational Change

   •  ELOC 610 Leadership Assessment and Development (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 615 Teams and Conflict Management (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 620 Action Research Methods (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 625 Creating High Performing Organizations (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 630 Organization Strategy Development and Systems Thinking (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 635 Managing Organizational Change (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 640 Organizational Consultation (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 645 Global Leadership and Sustainable Change (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 660 First Year Public Engagement Practicum (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 665 Graduation Action Research Project (3 credits)
   •  ELOC 699 Independent Study: ELOC (1-3 credits)

Finance

   •  FIN 605 Fundamentals of Finance (2 credits)
   •  FIN 624 Accounting and Finance for Nurse Executive (3 credits)
   •  FIN 625 Financial Management (3 credits)
   •  FIN 630 Investments and Security Analysis (3 credits)
   •  FIN 640 Derivative Securities (3 credits)
   •  FIN 650 Financial Markets and Institutions (3 credits)
   •  FIN 660 International Finance (3 credits)
   •  FIN 694 Topics: Finance (3 credits)
   •  FIN 699 Independent Study: Finance (1-3 credits)

French

   •  FRE 520 Readings: French (3 credits)

Geography

   •  GEO 502 Geography of Kentucky (3 credits)
   •  GEO 507 Local Community: Geography Analysis (3 credits)
   •  GEO 518 Geographic Information Analysis (3 credits)
   •  GEO 519 Advanced Remote Sensing (3 credits)
   •  GEO 520 Environmental Resources for Teachers (3 credits)
   •  GEO 522 Introduction to Historic Preservation (3 credits)
   •  GEO 540 Cultural Geography of Asia (3 credits)
   •  GEO 552 Spatial Data Bases (3 credits)
   •  GEO 592 Directed Research in Geography (1-3 credits)
   •  GEO 594 Special Topics Geography (1-3 credits)

Geology

   •  GLY 616 Geology of the National Parks of Colorado and Utah (3 credits)
   •  GLY 694 Topics: Geology (Graduate) (1-4 credits)

German

   •  GER 520 Readings: German (3 credits)

Health Education

   •  HEA 525 Methods and Materials in Health Education (3 credits)
   •  HEA 599 Topics: Health Education (1-3 credits)
   •  HEA 699 Topics in Health Education (1-3 credits)

Health Science

   •  HSC 580 Applied HealthCare Management (3 credits)
   •  HSC 600 Healthcare Research Methods (3 credits)
   •  HSC 610 Trends and Cultural Issues in Healthcare (3 credits)
   •  HSC 615 Inst Design/Media Dev for Health Prof (3 credits)
   •  HSC 620 Health Care Finance and Reimbursement (3 credits)
   •  HSC 625 Healthcare Education (3 credits)
   •  HSC 630 Strategic Planning for Health Services (3 credits)
   •  HSC 635 Health Education Theory and Psychology (3 credits)
   •  HSC 640 Health Law and Ethical Issues (3 credits)
   •  HSC 645 Curriculum and Instruction in Healthcare (3 credits)
 

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