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    Heritage University
   
 
  Jan 18, 2018
 
 
    
2017-2018

Course Descriptions


Students should consult with the program chair if they are not sure of their preparation for a specific course. Course prerequisites specified are the minimum preparation required. In their first two university years, students need to work closely with their advisors to schedule the necessary General University Course Requirements and lower-division core courses to prepare properly for upper-division studies.

 

Psychology

   •  PSY 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  PSY 410W - Introduction to Experimental Psychology
   •  PSY 412 - History and Systems of Psychology
   •  PSY 415 - Psychology of Religion and Spirituality
   •  PSY 416 - Political Psychology
   •  PSY 417 - Psychology and the Brain
   •  PSY 420W - Introduction to Abnormal Psychology
   •  PSY 422 - Dynamic, Existential and Humanistic Psychology
   •  PSY 490 - Internship
   •  PSY 495 - Special Project
   •  PSY 497 - Senior Thesis
   •  PSY 499 - Capstone

Reading/Literacy

   •  RDG 502 - Theoretical Foundations of Reading
   •  RDG 504 - Literacy Through Children's & Adolescent Lit
   •  RDG 505 - Beginning Literacy
   •  RDG 506 - Instructional Methods in Reading, Writing & Commun
   •  RDG 507 - Assessment & Diagnosis of Reading, Writing & Comm
   •  RDG 509 - Content Area Literacy
   •  RDG 510 - Developing & Teaching Literacy in a Multicult Set
   •  RDG 511 - Family Literacy
   •  RDG 512 - Affective Factors of Literacy
   •  RDG 573 - Reading/Literacy Internship

Religion

   •  REL 246 - Introduction to New Testament
   •  REL 248 - Introduction to Old Testament
   •  REL 320W - Comparative World Religions

Sahaptin

   •  SAH 101 - Sahaptin Language I
   •  SAH 102 - Sahaptin Language II
   •  SAH 200 - Sahaptin Conversation and Culture
   •  SAH 201 - Sahaptin Language III
   •  SAH 202 - Sahaptin Language IV
   •  SAH 490 - Internship
   •  SAH 495 - Special Project

Social Work

   •  SOWK 101 - Introduction to Social Work
   •  SOWK 304 - Case Management
   •  SOWK 306 - Social Justice & Diverse Populations
   •  SOWK 310A - Survey of Family Violence
   •  SOWK 310C - Survey of Aging
   •  SOWK 310D - Survey of Human Services w/Indigenous People
   •  SOWK 310E - Indian Child Welfare
   •  SOWK 310F - Sustainability and Social Work
   •  SOWK 312 - Human Behavior in Social Environment I
   •  SOWK 313 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment II
   •  SOWK 314 - Crisis Intervention
   •  SOWK 316 - Social Policy I
   •  SOWK 317 - Social Policy II
   •  SOWK 318 - Motivational Interviewing
   •  SOWK 321 - Social Work with Groups
   •  SOWK 322 - Practice w/ Persons w/ Spec Needs
   •  SOWK 323 - Spirituality in Social Work Practice
   •  SOWK 388 - Preparation for Field Practicum
   •  SOWK 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  SOWK 430 - Ethics in Practice/History of Social Work
   •  SOWK 435A - Advanced Issues Series Module 1
   •  SOWK 435C - Advanced Issues Series Module 2
   •  SOWK 435D - Advanced Issues Series Module 3
   •  SOWK 459W - Social Science Research Methods
   •  SOWK 460W - Social Programs/Evaluation
   •  SOWK 486W - Theory of Practice I
   •  SOWK 487W - Theory of Practice II
   •  SOWK 488W - Theory of Practice III
   •  SOWK 490 - Field Practicum I
   •  SOWK 491 - Field Practicum II
   •  SOWK 497W - Senior Thesis

Sociology

   •  SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology
   •  SOC 201 - Social Problems
   •  SOC 220 - Applied Social Statistics
   •  SOC 220L - Applied Social Statistics Lab
   •  SOC 305 - Culture Diversity and Social Justice
   •  SOC 312 - Human Development in Society
   •  SOC 316 - Social Policy I
   •  SOC 317 - Social Policy II
   •  SOC 430 - Ethics in Practice
   •  SOC 440 - Dir Readngs Law & Soc Justice
   •  SOC 460W - SocSci Rsch Mtd

Spanish

   •  SPAN 101 - Spanish I
   •  SPAN 102 - Spanish II
   •  SPAN 200 - Spanish Conversation & Hispanic Cultures
   •  SPAN 201 - Intermediate Spanish I
   •  SPAN 202 - Intermediate Spanish II
   •  SPAN 205 - Spanish Language for Spanish Speakers I
   •  SPAN 206 - Spanish Language for Spanish Speakers II
   •  SPAN 302W - Advance Comp/Reading
   •  SPAN 304 - Intensive Oral Spanish and Conversation
   •  SPAN 354 - Methods in Teaching Spanish
   •  SPAN 406W - Survey of Literature in Spanish
   •  SPAN 487 - Spanish Language in the Content Areas
   •  SPAN 490 - Internship
   •  SPAN 495 - Special Project
   •  SPAN 570 - Introductory Spanish for Medical Professionals

Special Education

   •  SPED 201 - Introduction to Special Education for Para Educators
   •  SPED 420 - Instructural Methods in Early Childhood Special Education
   •  SPED 430 - Introduction to Special Education
   •  SPED 433 - Behavior Management and Positive Behavior Support
   •  SPED 436 - Curriculum and Instructional Strategies for Students with High Incidence Disabilities
   •  SPED 437 - Curriculum and Instructional Strategies for Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
   •  SPED 438W - Assessment and Evaluation of Students with Disabilities
   •  SPED 464 - Differeniated Instruction in Content Areas
   •  SPED 468 - Special Education Law
   •  SPED 470W - Collaboration and Communication in Special Education
   •  SPED 481E - Elementary Co-teaching Internship in Special Education
 

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