Courses

Spring 2023 Courses
Course Number Description Credit Hours Dates Details
BIOL-T 570 Evolution 3.00  - 
BIOL-T 582 Advanced Field Zoology 3.00  - 
BIOL-T 591 History of Life 3.00  - 
CHEM-T 510 Inorganic Chemistry 3.00  - 
CHEM-T 580 Physical Biochemistry 3.00  - 
CMCL-C 545 Pedagogy in Communication & Culture 3.00  - 
COMM-C 544 Advanced Relational Communication 3.00  - 
EDUC-H 520 Education and Social Issues 3.00  - 
EDUC-J 500 Instruction in the Context of Curriculum 3.00  - 
EDUC-P 507 Assessment in Schools 3.00  - 
EDUC-Y 520 Strategies for Educational Inquiry 3.00  - 
ENG-D 600 History of the English Language 4.00  - 
ENG-G 660 Stylistics 4.00  - 
ENG-L 503 Teaching Literature in College 4.00  - 
ENG-L 553 Studies in Literature (Topic: Poetry, Gender, and Mid-Century Modernism) 4.00  - 
ENG-L 625 Readings in Shakespeare 4.00  - 
ENG-L 643 Readings in Colonial & Post-Col Lit 4.00  - 
ENG-L 653 American Literature 1800-1900 4.00  - 
ENG-W 508 Graduate Creative Writing 4.00  - 
ENG-W 509 Introduction to Writing and Literacy Studies 4.00  - 
ENG-W 600 Topics in Rhetoric and Composition (Topic: Writing Assessment) 4.00  - 
ENG-W 620 Advanced Argumentative Writing 4.00  - 
ENG-W 682 Special Topics: Rhetoric and Composition (Topic: Connecting Reading and Writing ) 4.00  - 
FREN-F 542 Readings in French Pedagogy and Language Acquisition 3.00  - 
FREN-F 667 Seminar in Francophone Studies 3.00  - 
FRIT-F 578 Contrastive Study of French and English (Topic: Hybrid Class, virtual meetings Tues & Thurs 4:00-5:15 PM, Eastern) 3.00  - 
GER-T510 Approaches to German Teaching (Topic: Meeting times: T 7:00 – 9:15 PM online) 3.00  - 
HIST-T 520 Teaching College History 3.00  - 
HIST-T 530 Early America, 1400-1800 3.00  - 
HIST-T 540 The Long Nineteenth Century, 1800-1917 3.00  - 
HIST-T 550 Modern United States, 1917-Present 3.00  - 
HIST-T 590 Research Seminar in History 3.00  - 
HIST-T 591 Research Seminar in Digital and Public History 3.00  - 
MATH-T 601 Topics in Algebra (Topic: Survey of Algebra) 3.00  - 
MATH-T 610 Topics in Analysis (Topic: Real Variables) 3.00  - 
MATH-T 640 Topics in Applications (Topic: Numerical Analysis II) 3.00  - 
POLS-Y 508 Topics in World Politics (Topic: Geopolitics and the Making of the World Map) 3.00  - 
POLS-Y 567 Public Opinion: Approaches and Issues 3.00  - 
POLS-Y 661 American Politics 3.00  - 
SPAN-T 510 Second Language Acquisition for Spanish Teaching 3.00  - 
SPAN-T 520 Spanish Writing and Grammar 3.00  - 
SPAN-T 540 Spanish Phonetics 3.00  - 
SPAN-T 550 Hispanic Studies 3.00  - 
SPCH-S 627 Studies in Cross-Cultural Communication 3.00  - 

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