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2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog
Neumann University
   
 
  Nov 21, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 Undergraduate Catalog Archived Catalog

Course Descriptions

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The courses listed below and described in this section of the catalog constitute the curriculum of Neumann University. Each course description is preceded by a content area abbreviation and numeric designation, e.g., ENG 103 , along with the course title and the number of credits assigned for the course. Specific enrollment directives, e.g., prerequisites, corequisites, or special permissions, apply to students of all levels and programs.

Only those courses which are numbered at the 100 level or above are applicable toward a degree at Neumann University. Uniform numbers are used for additional experiences which are available in major discipline areas. These courses or experiences are provided for individuals or groups of students as deemed appropriate. For the most part, all Core courses are assigned in the 100 and 200 levels. Exceptions to these Core numeric designations are determined by the appropriate Division Dean. Special topics in specific disciplines are listed under the numbers 126/226/326/426. Independent Study Projects (ISPs) are listed as 480; major seminars as 460; Internships experiences use numbers from 394–396 and 494–496.

Practica/Rotations are supervised practice-setting learning experiences which are an intrinsic part of a student’s major program of study, i.e., required for satisfactory completion of the course and academic program.

The Division Deans of Neumann University have established minimum and maximum class sizes for each course offered in any given semester. Neumann University reserves the right to cancel or postpone any course or related activity because of insufficient enrollment or other unforeseen circumstances. For availability of courses, refer to either the Neumann University web site (www.neumann.edu) or contact the Office of the Registrar.

NOTE: Unless otherwise stipulated, courses with an LS [Liberal Studies] designation are open ONLY to those non-traditional students who are pursuing one of the accelerated degree/certificate program options offered by the Division of Continuing Adult and Professional Studies (CAPS).

 

Early Childhood Education (ECE)

   •  ECE 312 Social Studies Methods
   •  ECE 315 Science Methods
   •  ECE 326 Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 402 Family Collaboration and Community Relationships
   •  ECE 426 Special Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  ECE 480 Independent Study
   •  ECE 490 Student Teaching Practicum: PK-4 and Special Education

Economics (ECON)

   •  ECON 126 Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 201 Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 202 Microeconomics
   •  ECON 226 Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 324 International Finance and Economics
   •  ECON 326 Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 426 Special Topics in Economics
   •  ECON 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)

Education (EDU)

   •  EDU 101 Teaching as a Profession
   •  EDU 125 Field Experience
   •  EDU 126 Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 202 Educational Psychology
   •  EDU 215 Teaching ELLs: Language, Culture and Diversity in the Classroom
   •  EDU 220 Foundations of Modern Education
   •  EDU 226 Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 230 Introduction to Exceptionalities
   •  EDU 240 Curriculum Theory and Development
   •  EDU 245 Expressive Arts
   •  EDU 248 Technology for Education
   •  EDU 310 Diagnostic and Prescriptive Teaching in Special Education and Included Settings
   •  EDU 312 Social Studies Methods
   •  EDU 320 Assessment Methods
   •  EDU 326 Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 345 Language Arts Methods I
   •  EDU 350 Methods and Materials in Secondary Education
   •  EDU 355 Language Arts Lab I
   •  EDU 360 Language Arts Methods II
   •  EDU 370 Science Methods
   •  EDU 375 Integrated Field Experience
   •  EDU 380 Behavioral Disorders and Social Emotional Disturbance
   •  EDU 390 Mathematics Methods
   •  EDU 395 Math Lab
   •  EDU 405 Administration and Supervision of Education Programs
   •  EDU 426 Special Topics in Education
   •  EDU 461 Senior Seminar I
   •  EDU 462 Senior Seminar II
   •  EDU 470 Literacy in the Content Areas
   •  EDU 480 Independent Study Project (ISP)
   •  EDU 490 Practicum in Elementary and Special Education
   •  EDU 495 Practicum in Early Childhood/Elementary Education K-6
   •  EDU 497 Practicum in Secondary Education
   •  EDU 498 Educational Studies Internship

Special Education (SPEC)

   •  SPEC 126 Special Topics in Special Education
   •  SPEC 212 Assistive Technology
   •  SPEC 222 Learning Disabilities
   •  SPEC 226 Special Topics in Special Education
   •  SPEC 310 Inclusive Education
   •  SPEC 320 Assessment methods: Summative, Formative, Diagnostic, and Benchmark
   •  SPEC 322 Foundations of Autism
   •  SPEC 326 Special Topics in Special Education
   •  SPEC 380 Behavioral and Social Emotional Disorders
   •  SPEC 401 Differentiated Instruction
   •  SPEC 415 Intensive Reading and Writing Instruction
   •  SPEC 424 Collaboration and Communication
   •  SPEC 426 Special Topics in Special Education
   •  SPEC 480 Independent Study

English (ENG)

   •  ENG 094 Successful Writing
   •  ENG 100 Reading in the Disciplines
   •  ENG 101 Rhetoric and Writing I
   •  ENG 102 Rhetoric and Writing II
   •  ENG 103 Dimensions of Literature
   •  ENG 104 Themany Faces of Comedy
   •  ENG 120 World Mythology
   •  ENG 126 Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 200 Children’s Literature: Windows on the World
   •  ENG 205 Religious Experience in Literature
   •  ENG 220 The World of Drama
   •  ENG 226 Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 230 The Pleasures of Poetry
   •  ENG 235 Peer Tutoring of Writing
   •  ENG 240 The Art of the Short Story: Mirrors of Experience
   •  ENG 250 Young Adult Literature: Educating the Imagination
   •  ENG 274 Creative Writing: Fiction
   •  ENG 275 Creative Writing: Poetry
   •  ENG 276 Creative Writing: Scriptwriting for Theater and the Electronic Media
   •  ENG 277 Creative Nonfiction Essay Writing
   •  ENG 290 Crime and Literature
   •  ENG 300 Shakespeare and His Legacy
   •  ENG 303 Literature and Film
   •  ENG 310 American Literary Heritage: 17th - 19th Centuries
   •  ENG 320 Romantic and Victorian Literature
   •  ENG 326 Special Topics in English
   •  ENG 330 Literature of Foreign Cultures
   •  ENG 340 European Literary Masterpieces
   •  ENG 358 Writing: Process and Product
   •  ENG 360 The Age of Reason: The Long 18th Century
   •  ENG 365 The Age of Enchantment: Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 375 The Golden Age: English Renaissance Literature
   •  ENG 380 American Literature of the Modern Age
   •  ENG 385 Modern British and Irish Literature
   •  ENG 390 The Rise of the Novel
   •  ENG 394-396 Cooperative Education
   •  ENG 405 The English Language
 

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