USF Sarasota-Manatee makes every effort to offer all the degree and certificate programs listed in this catalog. USF Sarasota-Manatee does not commit itself to offer all the courses, programs, and majors listed in this catalog unless there is sufficient demand to justify them. Some courses may be offered only in alternative semesters or years, or even less frequently if there is little demand.
Course Number Title Cr Col Course Description Requisites (KEY)
ACG 5205 Advanced Financial Accounting 3 BU Accounting for business combinations, preparation of consolidated financial statements, home office/branch relationships, foreign operations and transactions, partnerships. PR: ACG 3113
ACG 5xxx Valuations of Closely Held Businesses 3 BM This course prepares students to assess how a firm can increase its value.  Students develop an understanding of the principles behind business valuation and learn how to use these principles to assess a company’s value through a case study. PR: ACG 2021
ACG 5505 Governmental/Not-For-Profit Accounting 3 BU Application of financial and managerial accounting, and auditing, principles and theory to both governmental and not-for-profit entities. PR: ACG 3113. CR: ACG 4632.
ACG 6025 Financial Accounting for Managers 2 BU Study of (1) accounting concepts and standards applicable to presentation of financial information to interested users, (2) structure and interpretation of financial statements, especially issues of income determination and assessment measurement. Not available for credit for graduate students in the Master of Accountancy program.
ACG 6075 Management Accounting and Control 2 BU Deals with management accounting systems for different types of entities, cost behavior patterns, cost-volume-profit analysis, relevant information for decision making, and budgets and standard costs for planning and control. PR: ACG 6025. Not available for credit for graduate students in the Master of Accountancy program.
ACG 6936 Selected Topics in Accounting 1-4 BU The course content will depend on student demand and instructor’s interest. None
ADE 6080 Adult Education in the United States 4 ED A study of the adult education movement in the United States from its beginnings to the present lifelong learning enterprise it has become. Economic and cultural factors of the past are examined with a view toward implications for the future. None
ADE 6160 Program Management in Adult Education 3 ED An examination of the methods for establishing a productive adult education program, and the principles and procedures involved in designing, organizing, operating, and evaluating comprehensive adult education programs. None
ADE 6161 Curriculum Construction in Adult Education 4 ED Curriculum scope, the process of planning and organizing instructional programs with emphasis on task analysis and process evaluation. Concentrates on basic principles affecting the planning of Adult Education activities, including an overview of the human forces that both impinge on and motivate human behavior in an adult learning environment. None
ADE 6360 Methods of Teaching Adult Education 3 ED An exploration of different methods, techniques, and materials available to help adults learn. Concentration on the process of designing effective learning experiences for adults and developing the competencies of self-directed learning. None
ADE 6370 Human Resource Development 3 ED A study of learning, training, and education as it is practiced in the public, private and the non-profit sectors. Course covers HRD history, key competencies, and relevant theory. None
ADE 6385 The Adult Learner 3 ED An investigation of the physiological and psychological changes in the adult life span and the implications these have for adult learning capabilities. Concentration on the identification of principles of adult learning, differences between adults and youth as learners, and a review of research on adult learning. None
ADE 6931 Selected Topics in ADE and HRD 1-5 ED Each topic is a course under the supervision of a faculty member. The title and content will vary according to the topic. None
AML 5305 Studies in Individual American Authors 3 AM This course provides advanced study of two or three selected authors who are considered to have made major contributions to the development of American literature. None
BUL 5332 Law and the Accountant 3 BU A comprehensive study of commercial law as it affects the practice of accounting. BUL 3320 or CI.
CCJ 6118 Theoretical Approaches to Criminal Behavior 4 BC An introduction to, and comparison of, major historical and contemporary theories that seek to explain criminal behavior. None
CCJ 6406 Theory, Practice, and Research in Law Enforcement 3 BC This issue-oriented course explores the relationships among theory, practice, and research as these are reflected in the problems and challenges that confront law enforcement. None
CCJ 6705 Research Methods in Criminology  4 BC Introduction to the basic methods of criminological research; overviews philosophy of science, research ethics, research design issues such as sampling and measurement, and methods of data collection, including survey, experimental, and evaluation research.  CCJ 6920, CI.
CCJ 6706 Quantitative Analysis in Criminology I 4 BC Introduction to data management utilizing computer statistical packages and elementary statistical techniques used in criminological research: descriptive and inferential statistics, group comparisons, measures of association, linear regression. PR: CCJ 6705.
CCJ 6459 Grant Writing for Criminal Justice Administration 3 AM Its purpose is to provide MACJA students with the skills to write a grant proposal that could be submitted to a research agency such as the National Institute of Justice. However, the skills learned will be transferable to other public service agencies. None
CCJ 6905 Directed Independent Study 1-12 BC Independent study in which student must have contract with instructor. Majors only.
CCJ 6910 Directed Research 1-19 BC S/U.
CCJ 6930 Current Issues in Corrections 3 BC This course is designed to review and analyze the major issues and dilemmas that confront corrections today, including overcrowding, inmate rights, privatization, control of gangs, control of inmates, and the availability or programs and services. Attention will also focus on the strategies and/or controversies associated with these issues. PR: Repeatable with different subject matter.
CCJ 6932 Issues in Criminal Justice Administration 3 AM This course will focus on some of the most significant issues facing today’s criminal justice administrator. None
CCJ 6935 Topics in Criminology and Criminal Justice 3 BC Analysis and discussion of topics of major concern in criminology and criminal justice that are not covered in regular courses. None
CCJ 6936 Current Issues in Law Enforcement 3 BC This course will focus on some of the most significant issues facing law enforcement agencies today. Some topics included will be: police use of deadly force; review of police conduct; police unionization; police corruption; media relations; civil liability; and community/problem-oriented policing. None
ECO 6708 Global Economic Environment of Business 2 BU Determination of prices, employment, and output in domestic and international settings. None
ECO 6936 Selected Topics in Economics 1-4 BU The course content will depend on student demand and instructor’s interest. Graduate Standing Required
ECP 6702 Managerial Economics 2 BU This course presents the microeconomic theory of price determination in an exchange economy with special emphasis on the behavior of firms in various market structures. None
EDA 6061 Principles of Educational Administration 3 ED Educational administration as a profession. Consideration of organization, control, and support of the educational system. None
EDA 6106 Administrative Analysis and Change 3 ED Change and change strategies in formal and informal organizations are foci. Students will develop change strategies and will apply them to selected situations. PR: EDA 6061.
EDA 6192 Educational Leadership 3 ED Administration course that addresses change, influences, and planning systems. Also examines personnel functions for administrators. PR: EDA 6061.
EDA 6194 Educational Leadership II: Building Capacity 3 ED Three major themes to improve schools within a clear/compelling moral purpose: 1) communities of differences; 2) teacher development through professional community building; and 3) learners and learning through capacity building at the school level. PR: EDA 6192
EDA 6232 School Law 3 ED Basic essentials of School Law. A review of court decisions affecting American education with emphasis on Florida State statutes. PR: GS, EDA 6061.
EDA 6242 School Finance 3 ED Financial support of education by local, state, federal sources, with emphasis on Florida; introduction to educational budgeting. PR: GS, EDA 6061.
EDA 6503 The Principalship 3 ED Organization and administration of the school. Emphasis on the competencies necessary for leadership and management by the principal as the administrator and instructional leader. PR: EDA 6061.
EDA 6910 Directed Research 1-19 ED PR: GS or ML, EDA 6061. S/U.
EDA 6945 Administration Practicum 3-8 ED Field experiences in school systems for identifying and analyzing educational problems and their solutions. Application of concepts developed in the student’s program. PR: GS, EDA 6061 and completion of a significant amount of the student’s program.
EDB 6215 Advanced Theories and Practices in Behavior Disorders 3 ED In-depth study of specific behavioral disorders of children and youth, with an emphasis on educational implications and interventions. Introductory course in special education.
EDE 6326 Planning and Organizing for Instruction in the Elementary School 3 ED Introduction to the theories and practices that support children’s learning. Includes accessing resources that support teaching, developing lessons, designing appropriate assessments, and the elements that influence instructional decision-making. None
EDE 6458 Reflecting on Instructional Decision Making 1-3 ED Develops the students’ abilities to reflect upon teaching practice and evaluate instructional decisions on K-6 student learning. The first hour is taken with the practicum. The second hour is to be taken in conjunction with final internship. CR: For first hour: EDE 6946. For second hour EDG 6947.
EDE 6506 Classroom Management, School Safety, Ethics and Law 3 ED Examines the legal issues affecting classroom/school management, school safety and professional ethics. Explores research and knowledge of best practices and a variety of teaching and management strategies for a diverse elementary classroom setting. None
EDE 6906 Independent Study: Elementary/Early Childhood Education 1-6 ED Independent study in which students must have a contract. S/U.
EDE 6946 Practicum in the Elementary School 3 ED This intensive practicum experience is designed to complement foundational MAT course work and is completed during the second block of the MAT program. This course is restricted to majors and is not repeatable. S/U only. PR: RED 6514, FLE 5345, and 9 additional credits in program courses. CR: EDE 6458-I.
EDF 6165 Group Processes for Educational Personnel 1-3 ED Application of group process research to the needs of professional educators and training officers.
EDF 6215 Learning Principles Applied to Instruction 4 ED Learning principles and their application to classroom instruction. None
EDF 6284 Problems in Instructional Design for Computers 3 ED This course focuses on the systematic design of instructional courseware, including analysis, media selection, and evaluation. Topics include instructional strategies, screen design, response analysis, feedback and interactivity. PR: Computer literacy.
EDF 6432 Foundations Of Measurement 3 ED Basic measurement concepts, role of measurement in education, construction of teacher-made tests and other classroom assessments, interpretation of standardized tests, and fundamental descriptive statistics for use in test interpretation. None
EDF 6481 Foundations of Educational Research 3 ED Analysis of major types of educational research designs, including experimental, correlational, ex post facto and case studies. PR: EDF 6432, or DPR.
EDF 6492 Applied Educational Program Evaluation 3 ED Design, development, implementation, interpretation, and communication of both formative and summative educational program evaluation studies. PR: EDF 6432, EDF 6446. DPR.
EDF 6606 Socio-Economic Foundations of American Education 4 ED Socio-economic factors as they relate to the work of professional educators and the role of public education in American society. None
EDF 6736 Education, Communication, and Change 3 ED Developments in communication as a process of social change as it affects students, teachers, and traditional school arrangements. None
EDF 6812 Seminar in Comparative Education 4 ED Policies and practices in education in selected countries. None
EDF 6906 Independent Study: Educational Foundations 1-6 ED Independent study in which students must have a contract with an instructor. S/U.
EDF 6944 Field Experience 1-4 ED Demonstrate skills in the practice of the student’s specialty. Objectives will be defined by the needs of the individual student CI
EDG 6285 School Curriculum Improvement 3 ED Open only to teachers in service. Complete faculty participation required. PR: Workshop for the improvement of the curriculum of an elementary or secondary school. Open only to teachers in service.
EDG 6627 Foundations Of Curriculum And Instruction 3 ED Open to all graduate students. Introductory course in curriculum and instruction at the graduate level, basic to all specialized courses in the field. Emphasis on foundations, design, basic concepts, theory, and trends of curriculum from early childhood through secondary levels. PR: EDG 4620.
EDG 6931 Selected Topics in Education 1-4 ED Each topic is a course under the supervision of a faculty member. The title and content will vary according to the topic. PR: DPR.
EDG 6935 Seminar in Curriculum Research 1-3 ED Critical evaluation of current research and curriculum literature, design and analysis of individual research topics leading to satisfaction of research requirements. None
EDG 6947 MAT Final Internship 1-9 ED Open to graduate degree candidates only. Supervised teaching at the secondary or junior college level as appropriate. PR: DPR. S/U only.
EDS 6050 Principles and Practices of Educational Supervision 3 EP Three major themes to improve schools within a clear/compelling moral purpose: (1) communities of differences; (2) teacher development through professional community building; and (3) learners and learning through capacity building at the school level. GS, EDA 6192
EEC 6205 E.C.: Curriculum and Authentic Assessment 3 ED This course focuses issues, strategies and research associated with curriculum and authentic assessment. This course is open to graduate non-majors and is repeatable for three hours credit. None
EEC 6265 Early Childhood Programs and Advanced Curriculum 3 ED Historical traditions and contemporary programs and curriculum models analyzed with an emphasis on dominant practices, methodologies, and current research that influences curriculum development in programs serving young children. Open non-majors/RTHC. None
EEX 5752 Working With Families: A Pluralistic Perspective 3 ED The impact of the socio/cultural environment on the education of at-risk children and children with disabilities; family systems theory, principles of multi-cultural education, strategies for working effectively with families of school-age children, diverse cultures and family structures represented in school populations today. PR: Introductory course in special education, GS.
EEX 6025 Trends and Issues in Special Education 3 Survey of all exceptionalities including current trends and issues related to the field of special education. Fall Semester. DPR.
EEX 6065 Collaborative Transition and Career Planning for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities 3 ED This course offers an analysis of collaborative, interdisciplinary transition planning strategies and explores issues surrounding the development and use of functional, community-based curriculum for adolescents with severe or profound disabilities. PR: Graduate Standing.
EEX 6222 Advanced Psychoeducational Assessment of Exceptional Students 3 ED Theory and methodology associated with norm-referenced, criterion-referenced, curriculum-based, ecological, and psychoneurological assessment procedures for exceptional students. PR: GS, introductory courses in exceptional student education and educational assessment.
EEX 6234 Identification and Assessment of Individuals with Low Incidence Disabilities and ASD 3 ED Critical analysis of the processes in place to identify students with severe/profound intellectual disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder (ASD). Explores curriculum instruction and assessment in a least restrictive environment. PR: Graduate Standing.
EEX 6245 Transitional Programming for the Adolescent and Young Adult Exceptional Student 3 ED Procedures for implementing educational programs with exceptional adolescents. Includes educational programming, alternative programs, community resource coordination, career/occupational education, and advocacy. PR: GS, introductory course in educating exceptional students.
EEX 6248 Instructional Approaches for Exceptional Populations 3 ED In-depth study of instructional strategies that are effective when teaching students with emotional disturbance, mental retardation, and learning disabilities. Content includes techniques for curriculum adaptation, IEP development; direct, data-based and metacognitive strategy instruction; and micro-computer applications. PR: Introductory course in special education, GS.
EEX 6476 Curriculum and Instruction for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities 3 ED Analysis of current issues and best practices in assessment for teaching, curriculum content, and instruction for students with severe disabilities and the provision of educational services within inclusive general education settings and home communities. PR: Graduate Standing.
EEX 6612 Management and Motivation of Exceptional and At-Risk Students 3 ED Available to non-majors. Focuses on approaches to classroom management and motivational strategies when working with exceptional students. Content includes applied behavior analysis techniques, psychoeducational approaches, and social skills training. PR: Introductory course in special education, GS.
EEX 6732 Consultation and Collaboration in Special Education 3 ED Theories of consultation and collaboration. Overview of service delivery models in special education. PR: Introductory course in special education, GS.
EEX 6939 Advanced Seminar: Paradigms, Practices, and Policies in Special Education 3 ED An advanced graduate seminar stressing cross-categorical relationships. Topics include research that deals with paradigms for providing service, service models, and legal mandates. PR: DPR. Students should be in the last semester of coursework for master’s degree.
EEX 6943 Practicum in Exceptional Student Education 1-4 ED Supervised field work in exceptional student education with children (including preschool handicapped) who have learning disabilities, mental handicaps, emotional and behavioral disabilities, physical disabilities, or multiple disabilities. PR: Admission to Master’s Degree Program in Special Education and DPR. S/U.
ELD 6015 Advanced Theories and Practices in Specific Learning Disabilities 3 ED Various conceptual and/or theoretical models are reviewed; current trends and issues related to education of children with specific learning disabilities. PR: Introductory course in exceptional child education, GS.
EME 6425 Technology For School Management 3 ED This course provides information and skills necessary for administrators and teachers to effectively use the computer and application software to manage information. Students use programs such as word processors, database managers, and spreadsheets to facilitate management tasks at the school and classroom level. In addition, general computer education topics are covered which provide for the computer literacy of school administrators. None
EME 6613 Development of Technology-Based Instruction 3 ED Application of computer-based instructional design principles to the development of technology-based instruction. This course also incorporates state-of-the-art materials and methods involving digital technologies. PR: EDF 6284 or DPR.
EME 6936 Applications of Computers as Educational Tools 3 ED Selected topics in the application of computing and related technology to the teaching and learning processes. Separate sections will focus on topics such as telecommunications, image and sound processing, interactive media, artificial intelligence, data acquisition, and information systems. PR: Computer literacy
EMR 6052 Advanced Theories and Practices in Mental Retardation 3 ED In-depth study of the complex social and biological aspects of mental retardation with particular reference to effects on education. PR: GS; introductory course in exceptional student education.
ENG 6916 Directed Research 1-19 AS PR: GR. M.A. Level. S/U.
ENL 5137  British Novel 1900 to the Present  3 AM  This course provides advanced study of trends and influences in longer British fiction from about 1900 to the present It traces the development of the novel form focusing on works and authors considered to have made major contributions to British fiction.
ESE 5344 Classroom Management for a Diverse School and Society 3 ED This course covers practical, theoretical, philosophical and ethical aspects of school and society, the education profession, and secondary schools with particular focus on classroom management, school violence, school safety, educational law and other critical social issues.
FIN 6406 Financial Management 2 BU The study of processes, decision structures, and institutional arrangements concerned with the acquisition and utilization of funds by a firm. The course includes the management of the asset and liability structures of the firm under both certainty and uncertainty. PR: ACG 6025 and ECP 6702
FIN 6416 Advanced Financial Management 3 BU A synthesis of the theory and the practice of corporate finance. Particular attention is given to the role of the agency problems and agency cost in explaining why the observed consequences of financial decisions often deviate from those predicted by traditional theory. PR: FIN 6406 or equivalent.
FIN 6515 Investments 3 BU An examination of the risks and returns of alternative investment media within the framework of various valuation models. Special attention is given to the investment process and the criteria for investment decisions. PR: FIN 6406.
FIN 6595 The Efficiency of Financial Markets  3 BM  Students develop an understanding of the data and computer technology resources available for use in analyzing financial markets. Traditional financial models and theories are examined and evaluated via statistical and regression analysis FIN 6406
FIN 6605 International Financial Management 3 BU The course provides a foundation for the understanding of financial management of international business. The subjects covered relate to: international finance, multinational business finance, and financial market theory. PR: FIN 6406 or equiv.
FIN 6915 Directed Research Var. BU PR: GR, ML. S/U.
FIN 6934 Selected Topics in Finance 1-4 BU Depending upon the scope and magnitude of the work required. Includes special lecture series. PR: GS.
GEB 6445 Social, Ethical, Legal Systems 2 BU A study of the influence of social, cultural, legal, and political environment of institutional behavior, including the changing nature of the business system, the public policy process, corporate power, legitimacy and managerial autonomy, and organizational reactions to environmental forces. Graduate Standing Required
GEB 6895 Integrated Business Applications 3-4 BU Part I of advanced study of business decision-making processes under conditions of risk and uncertainty, including integrating analysis and policy formation at the general management level. None
GEB 6930 Selected Topics 1-3 BU The content and organization of this course will vary depending on student demand and faculty interest. PR: GS.
GEO 6119 Geographical Techniques and Methodology 3 AS Analytic study of a technique or investigation into an aspect of methodology. PR: GS in Geography.
GEY 7911 Directed Research in Aging Studies 1-19 BC Research on selected topics in aging studies under the direct supervision of a member of the graduate faculty in aging studies. None
GIS 5049 GIS for Non-Majors 3 AS An introduction to the concepts underlying digital thematic mapping and geographical information systems (GIS) for non-geography majors and non-geography graduate students. None
GIS 6100 Advanced Geographic Information Systems 3 AS Spatial problem solving utilizing GIS mapping and statistical methods. The course is designed to give students hands-on experience in using computerized techniques for geographic analysis. PR: GS in Geography.
HMG 6246 Organizational Effectiveness in Hospitality 3 HM Examine organizational effectiveness methodologies including Continuous Quality Improvement, Six Sigma, Geri, Hospitality Leadership and Sustainability as they relate to human resources leadership and effectiveness in the hospitality industry. None
HMG 6257 Graduate Seminar in Hospitality Management 3 HM Examine the technical & managerial aspects in hospitality mgmt. Review & examine business departments of enterprises in assessing mgmt’s goal of effective & efficient control. Discussions include energy conservation, waste mgmt & pollution control. None
HMG 6259 Graduate Seminar in Lodging Management 3 HM This seminar course examines research, critical issues, trends in the lodging industry from a strategic perspective. This course is the application of research to practical and theoretical issues in the lodging industry. None
HMG 6267 Graduate Seminar in Restaurant and Foodservice Management 3 HM This seminar course allows students to apply the principles of management, analysis, and planning that they have learned in their prior required coursework to issues in multi-unit restaurant and foodservice operations. None
HMG 6296 Strategic Management & Competitive Strategy for Hospitality & Tourism 3 HM The course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to develop and hone their analytical and interpretive skills using strategic management principles and practices in a hospitality & tourism business setting. HMG 6246
HMG 6335 Graduate seminar in Club Management 3 HM This seminar course allows students to apply the principles of management, analysis, and planning that they have learned in their prior required coursework to issues in club operations. None
HMG 6446 Hospitality Information Systems 3 HM The course focuses on managing information systems as a strategic asset to mold competitive strategies and change organizational management processes. None
HMG 6477 Financial Management for the Hospitality Industry 3 HM Managerial accounting & financial management as practiced in the hospitality industry is covered.  It applies principles of finance & accounting to decision-making that can be applied to the hospitality industry. None
HMG 6507 Hospitality & Tourism Information Systems & Technology 3 HM Diverse facets of hospitality/tourism information systems and technology will be discussed. The role of Chief Information Officer (CIO), concept of open system, planning & managing e-commerce, global distribution systems, resources appl. software, etc. None
HMG 6555 Electronic Marketing for Hospitality & Tourism 3 HM Focusing on advanced electronic marketing theory, strategy, & techniques for the hospitality industry. Highlighting critical issues facing e-marketers in the industry, legal/ethical implications, database, consumer information & corporate e-responsibility. HMG 6596
HMG 6586 Research Methods for Hospitality & Tourism 3 HM The objective of this course is to learn development of hospitality research projects with respect to characteristics of the hospitality industry. None
HMG 6596 Marketing Leadership for Hospitality & Tourism 3 HM Advanced marketing strategies and tactics known to be effective in the hospitality and tourism industry for developing sustainable competitive advantage such as strategic pricing, revenue management, customer loyalty programs, proven communication mixes. None
HMG 6756 Graduate Seminar in Convention and Exhibition Mgmt. 3 HM This seminar course allows students to apply the principles of management, analysis, and planning that they have learned in their prior required coursework to issues in convention and exhibition management. None
HMG 6908 Independent Study 1-6 HM The Independent Study course in the School of Hotel & Restaurant Management permits a graduate student to enrich his/her interest in a particular area of specialized hospitality knowledge, research, and/or practice. None
HMG 6916 Masters Professional Project 1-6 HM This course is an individual discussion format & a comprehensive review of the thought process, hypothesis development, research methodology, data collection, data analysis & other parts that may be contained in a thesis. Must Complete all MS in Hospitality Courses.
HMG 6938 Special Topics in Hospitality 1-6 HM Special Topics course to be used for new courses to be taught as a trial basis or until approved, etc. All topics are to be selected by instructor and department Dean. This is a graduate level Special Topics course. None
HMG 6946 Graduate Internship 1-6 HM Coordinated hospitality training combines practical experience with integrated academic analysis of principles, theory, and standard practices applied to operational situations. Approval from Advisor/Dean to take graduate internship. None
HMG 6972 Masters Thesis 6 HM Independent Study under the direction of the thesis advisor. Individual discussion format & Comprehensive review of the thought process, hypothesis, development, research emthodology, data collection, data analysis, etc. Restricted to Majors/repeatable. Must Complete all MS in Hospitality Courses.
ISM 6021 Management Information Systems 2 BU An introduction to the fundamentals of information systems including an examination of information technology terminology and concepts, alternative methodologies for developing information systems, and the application and impact of information technology in contemporary organizations. None
ISM 6123 Systems Analysis and Design 3 BU This course includes the foundations and methodologies for analysis of existing systems; the design, development, and implementation of new systems. PR: ISM 6021 or equiv.
ISM 6217 Database Administration 3 BU Advanced principles of Database Administration. Database Organization Models. Disaster Planning for Database Files. PR: ISM 6123 or equiv.
ISM 6405 Informatics and Business Intelligence 3 BM Organizations use information systems to support the collection and analysis of information in order to strengthen their competitive positions. This course focuses on the technologies, methods and information used to promote IT-enabled decision making. None
ISM 6436 Operations & Supply Chain Processes 3  BU Operations Processes is an overview of several aspects of Operations management, a discipline in business concerned with managing the transformation of inputs into outputs. Basic Statistics.
ISM 6442 International Aspects of Information Science 3 BU Role of managers and information technology professionals in global business organizations and in deploying information systems to enable global operations. PR: ISM 6021
ISM 6930 Selected Topics in MIS 1-6 BU Selected topics in MIS. None
LAE 6315 Writing and Writers: Trends & Issues 3 EU The purpose of this course is to examine writing as a developing symbol system that is embedded in social and cultural contexts. Students will develop instructional strategies to facilitate children’s writing development, as well as develop individual strategies for composing personal and professional texts None
LAE 6316
LAE 6637 Current Trends in Secondary English Education 3 EU Curricular patterns and instructional practices in secondary English. LAE 4335 or LAE 4642 or Certification in English or Mass Communications
LIN 6932 Selected Topics 1-4 AS Content will depend upon instructor’s interests and students’ needs. Such topics and neurolinguistics, bilingualism, and discourse analysis may be taught. None
LIS 5020 Foundations of Library and Information Science 3 AS Introduction to the study of library and information science, history; organization; specialized literature; outstanding leaders; current trends, issues, and problems; the place of the information agency in society with its contributions to that society. None
LIS 5937 Selected Topics in Library Studies 1-4 AS Covers a variety of topics in such areas as collection development, reference services, technical services, and administration. None
LIS 6271 Research Methods in Library and Information Science 3 AS Overview of present status of research in library and information science; introduction to research methods and their application to librarianship; designed to prepare students to evaluate and plan research studies relating to library and information science. PR: LIS 5020, LIS 6603, and LIS 6725 or LIS 6735.
LIS 6409 Introduction to Library Administration 3 AS Behavioral approach to libraries as organizations; administrative principles, theories, and problems of all types of libraries; methods of administration; use of case studies, role plays, and in-basket exercises. None
LIS 6511 Collection Development and Maintenance 3 AS Developmental approach to building library collections of both print and non-print materials. Emphasis upon evaluation, selection, and acquisition of library materials as they uphold the objectives of the institutions for which they are selected and acquired. CP: LIS 6271.
LIS 6542 The Curriculum and Instructional Technology 3 AS Effective utilization of instructional materials as they relate to specific areas of curriculum in elementary and high school programs. None
LIS 6603 Basic Information Sources and Services 3 AS An examination of the basic sources of information in the general library; of bibliographical control of all communication media, with emphasis on those tools of most value to general reference services. None
LIS 6711 Organization of Knowledge I 3 AS Principles of the organization of knowledge emphasizing descriptive cataloging, including the MARC format, the use of LSCSH and the Library of Congress classification, and searching the OCLC Online Union Catalog. None
LIS 6735 Technical Services in Small Libraries 3 AS Covers aspects of technical services including acquisitions, cataloging, and circulation systems as they relate to school media centers, small public libraries, and information centers. Automation is emphasized in all aspects of the course. None
LIT 6096 Studies in Contemporary Literature 3 AS Drama, poetry, fiction, and literary criticism; authors to be studied include Ionesco, Thomas, Miller, T. Williams, Beckett, Camus, Burgess, Morrison, and Walker. None
LIT 6934 Selected Topics in English Studies 1-6 AS Current topics offered on a rotating basis include The Nature of Tragedy; The Nature of Comedy and Satire; and the Nature of Myth, Allegory, and Symbolism; the Epic; Utopian Literature. Other topics will be added in accordance with student demand and instructor interest. None
MAE 6117 Teaching Elementary Math 3 ED This course provides for the development of knowledge and skills necessary to prepare students as teachers of mathematics in elementary classes as recommended by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics in its guidelines for teachers. None
MAE 6906 Independent Study in Mathematics Education 1-6 ED This course permits a student to explore a topic of interest in depth under the direction and supervision of a faculty member. None
MAN 6055 Human Behavior and Organization 2 BU An examination of the theory and practice of management, including the study of goals and means, the functions of management, and the administrative process in general. Graduate Standing Required
MAN 6116 Managing Diversity 3 BU Course deals with questions, dimensions of style and structure, problems and paradigms of solutions that have come out of management experience of a changing workforce during the past twenty years. Emerging styles of leadership among people of diverse cultural backgrounds will be explored as solutions, not as problems. None
MAN 6147 Leadership/Management Concepts 2 BU Provides a foundation for the study of processes of leadership in organization and society. Presents an overview of various concepts of leadership, such as the personal values of leaders and leadership organization. None
MAN 6601 International Management 3 BU A study of the characteristics of the international and multinational company, environmental constraints, personnel and labor relations factors, and strategic planning and policies. PR: GS
MAN 6726 Strategic Planning 3 BU Examines techniques to creatively vision and analyze the future to prepare individuals and organizations for future opportunities and threats. Designed to familiarize students with techniques for analyzing the future, critical issues, how the future will impact them as individuals. PR: Graduate Standing
MAN 6789 Social Media Managment and Strategy 3 BM This course builds a basic foundation of the “how to” of online social networking sites to help students understand how these sites can be used by businesses and professionals to manage, network, recruit, market, and address customer concerns. None
MAN 6905 Independent Study 1-19 BU Independent study in which student must have a contract with an instructor. S/U.
MAN 6930 Selected Topics 1-4 BU Designed to be taken either under general guidance of faculty member on some facet of management not offered in a regular course or with regularly scheduled graduate courses for more in-depth study. None
MAR 6336 Promotional Management 3 BU Management of the promotional function as part of the total marketing program. Includes a study of relevant buyer behavior concepts, resources and budgets, media, creative aspects, and effectiveness measurements as they relate to the management tasks of developing, implementing, and evaluating promotional strategy. PR: MAR 6815.
MAR 6406 Sales Management 3 BU A study of the sales function of the firm approached from the perspective of the sales manager. Emphasis is placed upon the development of the student’s problem-solving, decision-making, and analytical skills. PR: MAR 6815.
MAR 6815 Marketing Management 2 BU Analysis of operational and strategic planning problems confronting marketing managers. Topics include buyer behavior, market segmentation, information systems, product selection and development, pricing, distribution, promotion, and sales force management. PR: ECO 6114.
MAR 6816 Marketing Strategy 3 BU A study of strategic marketing planning and problem-solving processes as practiced by the modern market-oriented firm. The course is designed to develop marketing problem-solving, decision-making, and planning skills through the extensive use of case analysis. PR: MAR 6815.
MAR 6936 Selected Topics in Marketing 1-4 BU The content and organization of this course will vary according to the interests of the faculty and students involved in any given term. None
MHS 5020 Foundations of Mental Health Counseling 3 BC A skill-building course on the utilization of one’s self in mental health counseling relationships. Includes study of the origin, history, professional functions and current issues in the discipline of mental health counseling. None
MHS 5480 Human Growth and Development 3 BC Human development theory as applied in psychotherapy and case management rehabilitation, mental health, and addiction settings. PR: RCS 5780, MHS 5020, Majors only.
NGR 6140 Pathophysiology for Advanced Practice 4 NU Central concepts of pathophysiology: embryologic origins, cells, tissues, organs, and systems. Provides essential knowledge base in pathophysiology across the life span for advanced nurse practice nurses. None
NGR 6143 Pathophysiologic Concepts in Acute Care Nursing 3 NU This course will explore pathophysiologic mechanisms of the major body systems in critically ill patients across the lifespan. PR: NGR 6140; NGR 6121.
NGR 6737 Ethical, Legal, and Policy Issues in Advanced Nursing Practice 3 NU Emphases on contemporary ethical, legal, and policy issues related to advanced nursing practice and health care delivery; issues are analyzed at the global, national and local levels; nursing’s role in agenda setting and strategies for health care reform. None
NGR 6800 Nursing Research 3 NU Research designs and methods for nursing with primary emphasis on these topics: critique of research studies, researchable problems, research designs, instruments and other data collection methods, approaches to data analyses using computer applications, and preparation of research proposals for thesis, directed research, or funded research.(CI) None
PAD 5807 Urban and Local Government Administration 3 AS Analysis of the role of the administrator at the municipal level, the division of functions, policy formation, alternative governmental structures, effects on the administrative process. GS or Sr.
PAD 6041 Ethics and Public Service 3 AS The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of the ethical dimensions of public service, with particular attention focused on the role, duties and responsibilities of the public administrator. Additionally, the course seeks to help students develop awareness, skill, and value framework to act ethically in their public service and management roles. None
PAD 6060 Public Administration Theory 3 AS Examination of major theoretical and practical developments in public administration with focus on organization theory and current research trends in the field. GS.
PAD 6934 Selected Topics in Public Administration 1-3 AS A flexible format to offer specialized courses not available within the regular curriculum. None
PHC 6146 Health Services Planning and Evaluation 3 PH Study of health services planning concepts/methods, and evaluation, with an emphasis on facilities and manpower planning, providing an in-depth orientation to information requirements for health planning, and methods to cover gaps of information. PR: PHC 6050.
PHC 6160 Health Care Financial Management 3 PH An introduction to the application of financial management practices in health care organizations, cost behavior analysis, working capital management, financial statement analysis, and capital decision making. PR: At least one undergraduate course in Financial or Managerial Accounting and PHC 6102.
PHC 6195 Public Health Data, Information and Decision Making 3 PH This course provides an understanding of public health databases and methods necessary for decision making. The emphasis is on the appropriateness and application of methods widely used for analysis in public health. PR: PHC 6050.
PHC 6421 Public Health Law and Ethics 3 PH This course provides students with an overview of major ethical and legal concepts. The course considers the role of the legal system in resolving public health problems through the legislature, the courts, and administrative agencies. PR: PHC 6102 recommended.
QMB 6303 Applied Business Analytics 3 BM This course covers a vareity of tools and techniques for the analysis of large and complex business data and how to apply them to various business problems ranging from manufacturing, marketing, finance, accounting, economics and management. None
QMB 6305 Managerial Decision Analysis 2 BU A study of the general concepts of interval estimation, hypothesis testing, correlation and multiple regression with an emphasis on applications, concepts and interpretation of results. None
QMB 6357 Statistics for Business Professionals 3 BM This course covers the basic principles of Statistics as used by business professionals. Topics include descriptive statistics, hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression, time series models, non-parametric methods, statistical quality control. None
QMB 6400 Business Decision Modeling 3 BM Formulate and solve optimization and simulation models to assist in business decision-making on a variety of manufacturing, healthcare, and service systems problems such as: scheduling, routing, logistics, financials, and manpower planning QMB 6357 with a minimum grade of C
QMB 6603 Operations Management and Quality Enhancement 2 BU Principles of managing manufacturing and service organizations. Topics include: competitive use of operations, comprehensive manufacturing strategies, production system design, material requirements planning, JIT systems, quality management, statistical process control, and project management. PR: college algebra; graduate standing required
QMB 6615 Lean Operations 3 BM Course focuses on the concepts/principles of Lean Operations. Methods/tools/techniques utilized in Value Stream Transformation and for improving operational efficiencies as they relate to manufacturing, service, and healthcare organizations are emphasized ISM 6436 with a minimum grade of C.
QMB 6696 Six Sigma 3 BM Course focuses on the concepts/principles of Six Sigma. Methods/tools/techniques utilized to design and optimize product/process/service quality for Six Sigma levels of performance in manufacturing, service, and healthcare organizations are emphasized QMB 6357, ISM 6436, with a minimum grade of C for each of the prerequsite courses
RCS 5035 Rehabilitation Counseling: Concepts and Applications 3 BC Introduction to the profession of Rehabilitation Counseling and current issues in the field. Coverage includes rehabilitation history, legislation, case management and related services for Americans with disabilities. None
RCS 5080 Medical Aspects of Disability 3 BC A survey of medical conditions and disabilities encountered by rehabilitation and mental health counselors. Examines the relationship of client handicaps, physical and mental, to rehabilitation and mental health programming. PR: RCS 5780 or CP.
RCS 5450 Substance Abuse I 3 BC An overview of alcohol and other drug abuse. Explores the extent and rate of abuse in the United States, causes, biology, psychosocial aspects, legal aspects, and treatment. None
RCS 5780 Legal, Ethical, Professional Standards and Issues in Counseling 3 BC An overview of all aspects of professional functioning including history, roles, organizational structures, ethics, standards and credentialing. Contemporary and developing issues in the field of professional counseling will also be addressed. None
RCS 6220 Individual Evaluation and Assessment 3 BC Examines assessment procedures utilized in rehabilitation and mental health counseling settings and critical issues in the evaluation of people who are mentally and physically disabled. PR: RCS 5080, RCS 5780, RCS 6440.
RCS 6301 Career and Lifestyle Assessment 3 BC Career development, lifestyle, and related factors with special emphasis on the needs of individuals with disabilities. Includes job placement and a survey of work requirements in different occupations and how these relate to functional limitations. PR: RCS 5080, RCS 5035, MHS 5020,RCS6470 RCS 6440.
RCS 6407 Counseling Theories and Practice 3 BC An extension and intensification of the rehabilitation and mental health counseling skills developed in RCS 5404. Includes the study of counseling theories and their contribution to successful counseling and rehabilitation practice. PR: MHS 5020, RCS 5035, RCS 5080, RCS 6440.
RCS 6408 Diagnosis and Treatment of Psychopathology 3 BC Psychopathology as applied to psychotherapy and case management in mental health, addictions, and other rehabilitation settings. PR: MHS 5020, RCS 6440, RCS 5080, RCS 5035. Majors Only.
RCS 6409 Counseling in Community Settings 3 BC Course is designed to acquaint students with profession of counseling, varied settings in which rehabilitation, mental health counselors, and marriage & family therapists work, pattern of service delivery, & future trends in the profession. Majors only. PR: MHS 5020.
RCS 6440 Social and Cultural Foundations of Counseling 3 BC Counseling issues in a multicultural and diverse society. Special emphasis on psychosocial adjustment and counseling for individuals with physical and mental disabilities. PR: RCS 5780.
RCS 6459 Professional Skills for Addictions Counselors 3 BC The course will be a more in depth and hands on approach to the transdisciplinary foundations that are essential for the work of substance abuse professionals. Application to practice and professional readiness will be the focus. PR: RCS 5450.
RCS 6476 Human Sexuality Counseling 3 BC Course is designed to introduce students & mental health professionals to the diverse nature and construct of human sexuality. The curriculum meets the Florida Statute 491 licensure requirement as a contact area in “human sexuality theories”. Majors only. None
RCS 6510 Group Theories and Practice 3 BC Theoretical and empirical issues in group counseling are examined in the context of an ongoing group. Emphasis is on application to rehabilitation and mental health counseling. PR: RCS 5035, RCS 5080, MHS 5020, RCS 6440.
RCS 6740 Research and Program Evaluation 3 BC Training in the evaluation and utilization of available research studies and the development of research skills. An individual research project is required. PR: RCS 5780.
RCS 6803 Practicum in Counseling 3 BC Field work experience in rehabilitation mental health counseling. PR: RCS 5080, MHS 5020, RCS 6440, RCS 5035.
RCS 6825 Internship 3 BC Student placement in an approved intern setting for a minimum of 600 hours of supervised experience. PR: CP, All required courses in M.A. program. S/U.
RCS 6906 Independent Study 1-19 BC Independent study where the student must have a contract with a faculty member. S/U.
RCS 6930 Seminar in Rehabilitation Counseling 1-4 BC Selected issues and problems in rehabilitation counseling with subject and scope to be determined by instructor. None
RED 6247 District and School Level Supervision in Literacy 3 ED District and School Level Supervision in Literacy familiarizes students with issues related to the organization and monitoring of elementary and secondary reading programs at the school and district levels, with an emphasis on the former. PR: LAE 6315, RED 6544, RED 6545, RED 6747.
RED 6449 Literacy and Technology 3 ED Literacy and Technology focuses on technology as a tool for literacy instruction. Throughout the course, students will preview and evaluate literacy-related software and websites, critique research related to literacy and technology, and design, develop, and present software programs for literacy learning and instruction. None
RED 6514 The Reading Process in the Elementary Grades 3 ED Prepares students in the foundations of literacy including learning principles, teaching and assessment strategies for providing literacy instruction to emergent, novice, transitional, and accomplished readers and writers in the elementary grades. None
RED 6540 Assessment in Literacy 3 ED RED 6540 is a three credit graduate level course which focuses on methods of analysis of children’s literacy and strategies for promoting language, reading and writing development. Authentic literacy assessment in classroom and other instructional environments, informal assessment and diagnosis, and standardized tests will be utilized in evaluation of the multiple factors in reading, writing and language process and problems. PR: LAE 6315, RED 6544, RED 6545, RED 6747.
RED 6544 Cognition, Comprehension, and Content Area Reading: Remediation of Reading 3 ED In-depth study of reading comprehension. Emphasis is placed on discussion of the concepts of cognition and learning, metacognition and comprehension of text included in the reading process. Process in the reading/writing, connection, specific reading strategies, and procedures for comprehension of text in the content areas are presented. None
RED 6545 Issues in Vocabulary and Word Study 3 ED The purpose of this course is to provide students with an understanding of current theory and research about reading and writing vocabulary instruction and the interactive causes of literacy disabilities. None
RED 6748 Teacher Research Methods in Reading 3 ED Teacher Research Methods in Reading familiarizes students with the application of classroom action research methodologies in literacy. Course content is directed toward developing understandings of the need for teacher research and a mindset for becoming a teacher researcher. Students will develop a knowledge base in quantitative, qualitative, case study, and portfolio-based research methodologies for teachers. PR: EDF 6481, RED 6747, RED 6545, RED 6544, RED 6247, RED 6449.
RED 6749 History and Models of Reading: Prevention and Intervention of Reading Difficulties 3 ED History and Models of Reading: Prevention and Intervention of Reading Difficulties reintroduces students to literacy through the historical and scientific research perspective. None
RED 6786 Teacher Research Methods in Reading 3 ED Teacher Research Methods in Reading familiarizes students with the application of classroom action research methodologies in literacy. Course content is directed toward developing understandings of the need for teacher research and a mindset for becoming a teacher researcher. Students will develop a knowledge base in quantitative, qualitative, case study, and portfolio-based research methodologies for teachers. PR: EDF 6481, RED 6747, RED 6545, RED 6544, RED 6247, RED 6449.
RED 6846 Practicum in Reading 3 ED Practicum in Reading is a graduate course covering topics and issues relevant to assessment and remediation of reading problems in school-aged children. It is an application course, where students work at a school site with children who are experiencing reading problems. PR: RED 6747, RED 6545, RED 6544, RED 6540.
RED 6906 Independent Study: Reading Education 1-6 ED Independent study in which students must have a contract with an instructor. S/U.
SCE 4310 Teaching Elementary School Science 3 ED Techniques and materials for teaching science in the elementary school. Admission to College of Education and completion of General Distribution Requirements in the Natural Science area.
SOW 6105 Foundations in Human Behavior 3 BC Introduces a systems perspective on understanding the relationships inherent in human growth and development. Special emphasis is placed on issues involving minorities, women, the disabled, various family forms, and sexual preference. None
SOW 6124 Psychopathology 3 BC This third course in the behavior sequence focuses on mental and emotional disorders. Content includes broad classifications of mental and behavioral disorders and their biopsychological disorders and implications of social work practice in dealing with these disorders. Majors only.
SOW 6126 Health, Illness, and Disability 2 BC This fourth course in the behavior sequence focuses on physical disorders and implications of social work practice in the area of long-term protracted chronic illnesses and the ensuing psychosocial disabilities. Majors only.
SOW 6235 Foundations of Social Welfare Policy 3 BC Examines historical antecedents of social welfare as an institution and current state of social welfare programs in America. Emphasis is placed on understanding social, economic, and political forces that shape policies and programs. None
SOW 6236 Social Welfare Policy Development & Analysis 3 BC Presents various methods of policy analysis with emphasis on distinctions among legislative, administrative, and judicial policy. Examines roles and responsibilities of the professional practitioner in the policy process. None
SOW 6305 Fundamentals of Social Work Micro Practice 3 BC Describes full range of social work interventions, from micro to macro. Historical development of practice methods and survey of current techniques. None
SOW 6348 Clinical Practice Perspectives on Race and Culture 3 BC Theories for clinical practice, with emphasis on the psychosocial model. Explores basic skills for clinical practice. None
SOW 6362 Social Work Practice with Couples and Families 4 BC Emphasizes selection of techniques in the psychosocial model of treatment. Primary focus on family, couple, and parent-child problems. Course includes skill practice lab sessions. None
SOW 6368 Social Work Practice with Groups 3 BC Focus on psychosocial model of group treatment. Comparison with individual and family modality. None
SOW 6375 Advanced Social Work Macro Policy 3 BC Studies facets of organizational environment in which clinical practice takes place; develops skills in various macro practice functions of the agency, such as supervision, program operations, and interagency relations. PR: SOW 6426, SOW 6368, SOW 6535.
SOW 6405 Foundations of Social Work Research and Statistics 3 BC This is the first of four research methods courses intended to introduce students to the various methods, designs, measurements, and statistical techniques in social work research. None
SOW 6438 Evaluation of Clinical Practice in Diverse Setting 3 BC Course builds on foundation content of SOW 6405. Program evaluation, single subject/system design, and statistical and qualitative concepts are discussed in order to facilitate the use of empirical and evidence based interventions in social work practice. PR: Must be admitted to the graduate Masters of Social Work program. This course is restricted to majors only. CR: Undergraduate degree.
SOW 6534 Field Instruction I 1 BC Supervised field instruction in a social service agency, consisting of 20 hours per week, plus a 3-hour practice seminar. None
SOW 6553 Field Instruction Sequence IA: Part-Time 2 BC This is the first of a series of seven field instruction courses designed to provide students with opportunities to develop beginning clinical social work competency in applying knowledge to practice situations. PR: SOW 6114, SOW 6348. CR: SOW 6124.
SOW 6554 Field Instruction Sequence IB: Part-Time 1 BC This course is the second of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week (150 hours total) of agency field learning taught by an agency field instructor with a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6553. S/U.
SOW 6555 Field Instruction Sequence IIA: Part-Time 2 BC This course is the third of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week of agency field taught by an agency field instructor on a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6554.
SOW 6556 Field Instruction Sequence IIB: Part-Time 2 BC This course is the fourth of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week of agency field taught by an agency field instructor on a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6555.
SOW 6557 Field Instruction Sequence IIC: Part-Time 2 BC This course is the fifth of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week of agency field taught by an agency field instructor on a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6556.
SOW 6558 Field Instruction Sequence IIIA: Part-Time 2 BC This course is the sixth of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week of agency field taught by an agency field instructor on a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6557.
SOW 6559 Field Instruction Sequence IIIB: Part-Time 2 BC This course is the last of seven sequential courses. Each consists of 10-15 hours per week of agency field learning taught by an agency field instructor on a one-hour practice seminar taught by a University-based instructor. PR: SOW 6558.
SOW 6900 Independent Study 1-3 BC A reading program in selected topics under supervision of a faculty member. A formal contract must be approved by School Director. PR: Admission to MSW program.
SOW 6931 Selected Topics in Social Work 1-4 BC Restricted to MSW students; others by School permission.
SSE 6617 Trends in K-6 Social Science Education 3 ED This course focuses on theoretical foundations and strategies employed by effective social studies teachers in motivating K-6 aged youth to acquire the information, skills, and reasoning unique to the social sciences. Students also conduct research. PR: Dual Track or MAT Admission.
TAX 5015 Federal Taxation of Business Entities 3 BU Tax issues encountered by small businesses. Includes tax planning, capital formation and preservation, tax compliance and tax alternatives. PR: TAX 4001 with a grade of C or better, not C-.
TSL 5085 ESOL I – Theory and Practice of Teaching English Language Learners 3 ED This course is for undergraduate degree holding, preprofessional (preservice) teachers to learn about appropriate instruction, assessment and learning opportunities for Limited English Proficient (LEP) students in the content areas. None
TSL 5086 ESOL II-Secondary Language & Literacy Acquisition in Children & Adolescents 3 ED This course is designed to provide students with a critical understanding of instructional delivery which caters for the linguistic and literacy needs of minority / heritage communities. PR: FLE 5430.
TSL 5242 ESOL III-Language Principles, Acquisition & Assessment for English Language Learners 3 ED This course provides an overview of the components of language, linking them to methods and techniques of providing comprehensible instruction to LEP students. PR: FLE 5431.

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