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    Heritage University
   
 
  Nov 23, 2017
 
 
    
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.

 

Early Childhood Studies

   •  ECS 310 - Researching Early Childhood Issues
   •  ECS 311W - Early Childhood Literacy Development
   •  ECS 330 - Child Development
   •  ECS 331 - Applied Experience of Child Development
   •  ECS 333 - Assessment of Young Children
   •  ECS 334 - Applied Experience of Assessment of Young Children
   •  ECS 400 - Early Learning Language and Literacy Development
   •  ECS 401 - Applied Experiences for Language and Literacy Development
   •  ECS 404 - Early Learning Social, Emotional, and Physical Development
   •  ECS 405 - Applied Experiences for Social, Emotional, and Physical Development
   •  ECS 408 - Early Learning Cognitive Development
   •  ECS 409 - Applied Experiences for Early Learning Cognitive Development
   •  ECS 410 - Collaboration and Partnerships in Early Learning
   •  ECS 411 - Applied Experiences for Collaboration and Partnerships in Early Learning
   •  ECS 415W - Infant Development: The First Three Years of Life
   •  ECS 416 - Educating Infants: Environments for Learning
   •  ECS 417 - Play Theory
   •  ECS 420 - Adult Development and Organizational Foundations for Program Administration
   •  ECS 421 - Supervision for Effective Learning Centers
   •  ECS 425 - Leadership Theory and Practice in Early Learning Sites
   •  ECS 495W - Internship and Senior Project

Economics

   •  ECON 101 - Introduction to Economics
   •  ECON 201 - Introduction to Microeconomics
   •  ECON 202 - Introduction to Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 301 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECON 302 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 340 - Labor Economics
   •  ECON 341 - Natural Resource Economics
   •  ECON 342 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 345 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 371 - Managerial Economics

Education

   •  BLE 406WB - Reading and Language Arts in Bilingual Education/ESL
   •  ED 101A - Careers in Education I: Seminar
   •  ED 101B - Careers in Education I: Practicum
   •  ED 102A - Careers in Education II: Seminar
   •  ED 102B - Careers in Education II: Practicum
   •  ED 201 - Exploration of Education Career Paths
   •  ED 206 - Introduction to Elementary Literacy Instruction
   •  ED 300D - Demonstrating Competency I
   •  ED 304 - Teacher Preparation Orientation
   •  ED 305WB - Personal & Professional Foundations of Education
   •  ED 310 - Parent and Community Involvement
   •  ED 311 - Learning in an On Line Program
   •  ED 315B - Introduction to Curriculum, Management, Methods, & Assessment
   •  ED 316A - Science Methods I
   •  ED 317A - Math Methods I
   •  ED 324 - Literacy Foundations
   •  ED 325 - Human Development and Learning
   •  ED 328A - Methods in the Arts
   •  ED 335 - Methods in Elementary and Middle School Social Studies
   •  ED 336A - Methods in Health/PE
   •  ED 345 - Methods in Language Arts: K-2
   •  ED 346 - Methods in Language Arts: 3-5
   •  ED 347A - Diversity Issues in the School
   •  ED 347B - Special Needs Students in a Regular Classroom
   •  ED 347C - D I: Issues in Indian Educat
   •  ED 354 - Developing Literacy
   •  ED 390 - Advanced Topic
   •  ED 400D - Demonstrating Competency II
   •  ED 402W - Literacy Across Curriculum: 6-12
   •  ED 405 - Advanced Management, Methods, and Assessment
   •  ED 405A - Advanced Teaching Practicum
   •  ED 405B - Advanced Management, Methods, & Assessment
   •  ED 405C - Advanced Middle and Secondary Practicum
   •  ED 410 - Issues of Abuse and Co-teaching Seminar
   •  ED 410B - Issues of Abuse
   •  ED 410D - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  ED 416A - Science Methods II
   •  ED 417A - Math Methods II
   •  ED 417B - Math Practicum
   •  ED 459W - Advanced Literacy
   •  ED 481E - Elementary Co-teaching Internship
   •  ED 481M - Middle Level Co-teaching Internship
   •  ED 481S - Secondary Co-teaching Internship
   •  ED 491M - Specialty Methods in Middle Level Teaching
   •  ED 491S - Specialty Methods in Secondary Teaching
   •  ED 495 - Special Project
   •  ED 495W - Advanced Literacy
   •  ED 500 - Master in Teaching Orientation
   •  ED 500D - Demonstrating Competency
   •  ED 501A - National Board Certified Teacher Preparation I
   •  ED 501B - National Board Certified Teacher Preparation II
   •  ED 504D - ProTeach Portfolio Support I
   •  ED 504E - ProTeach Portfolio Support II
   •  ED 504F - ProTeach Portfolio Support III
   •  ED 505 - Essential Educational Concepts
   •  ED 507T - Language Acquisition: Theories & Instructional Strategies
   •  ED 510 - Facilitating Learning in Social Studies
   •  ED 511 - Multicultural Education
   •  ED 511T - Culturally Sensitive Learning Environment
   •  ED 514T - Teacher Leader as a Resource
   •  ED 516A - Facilitating Learning in Math: K-4 Grade Emphasis
   •  ED 516B - Facilitating Learning in Math: 5-8 Grade Emphasis
   •  ED 517A - Facilitating Learning in the Sciences
   •  ED 518 - Facilitating Learning in the Arts
   •  ED 519 - Facilitating Learning in Health/P.E.
   •  ED 521T - Technology for Instruction and Assessment
   •  ED 524A - Literacy Foundations
   •  ED 524B - Developing Literacy
   •  ED 524C - Advanced Literacy
 

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