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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.

 

Education

   •  EDR 509 - Classroom Management and Planning--Advanced Acquisition
   •  EDR 510 - Reading--Advanced Acquisition
   •  EDR 511 - Math and Science Acquistion
   •  EDR 512 - Special Education: Issues and Practices
   •  EDR 513 - Theories of Development, Educational History, Philosophy of Learning, and Parent and Community Issues
   •  EDR 515 - Assessment Strategies
   •  EDR 516 - Instructional Planning with Emphasis on Role of Language and Culture
   •  EDR 517 - Math, Science, and Reading Proficiency
   •  EDR 518 - Classroom Management Proficiency
   •  EDR 519 - Technology for Planning, Instruction, and Accountability
   •  EDR 520 - Professional Growth Plan and Student Transition
   •  EDR 527 - Professional Competencies – I
   •  EDR 531 - Professional Behaviors, Goals (PGP) & Disposition- I
   •  EDR 532 - Subject Matter Content- I
   •  EDR 535 - Student Growth- I
   •  EDR 537 - Professional Competencies– II
   •  EDR 541 - Professional Behaviors, Goals (PGP) & Disposition-II
   •  EDR 542 - Subject Matter Content– II
   •  EDR 545 - Student Growth– II
   •  EDR 546 - Professional Readings & Research– I
   •  EDR 547 - Professional Competencies– III
   •  EDR 551 - Professional Behaviors, Goals (PGP) & Disposition –III
   •  EDR 552 - Subject Matter Content – III
   •  EDR 555 - Student Growth – III
   •  EDR 556 - Professional Readings & Research – II
   •  EDR 566 - Professional Readings & Research– III
   •  EDR 570 - Advanced Studies in Special Education
   •  MTED 320 - Discrete Math for Educators
   •  MTED 325 - Functions and Modeling
   •  MTED 330 - Geometry and Measurement
   •  MTED 340 - Methods of Teaching Middle Level Mathematics I
   •  MTED 350 - Methods of Teaching Middle Level Mathematics II
   •  MTED 360 - Numbers and Number Theory
   •  MTED 371 - Algebraic and Proportional Reasoning
   •  MTED 500 - Reasoning with Numbers and Operations
   •  MTED 501 - Data Analysis and Probability
   •  MTED 502 - Proportional Reasoning and Algebraic Thinking
   •  MTED 504 - Analyzing Calculus Models
   •  MTED 505 - Measurement and Geometric Thinking
   •  MTED 510 - Initial Practicum
   •  MTED 515 - Advanced Practicum
   •  MTED 520 - Discrete Math for Educators
   •  MTED 525 - Functions and Modeling
   •  MTED 530 - Geometry and Measurement
   •  MTED 540 - Methods of Teaching Middle Level Mathematics I
   •  MTED 550 - Methods of Teaching Middle Level Mathematics II
   •  MTED 560 - Numbers and Number Theory
   •  MTED 571 - Algebraic and Proportional Reasoning

Engineering

   •  ENGR 120 - Innovation in Design
   •  ENGR 125 - Introduction to CAD
   •  ENGR 200 - Internship
   •  ENGR 211 - Statics
   •  ENGR 212 - Dynamics
   •  ENGR 214 - Design of Logic Circuits
   •  ENGR 215 - Mechanics of Materials
   •  ENGR 234 - Microprocessor Systems
   •  ENGR 261 - Electrical Circuits I
   •  ENGR 262 - Electrical Circuits Laboratory I

English

   •  ENG 095 - Academic Eng Lang Prof Writing
   •  ENG 097 - Academic Eng Lang Prof Reading
   •  ENG 098 - College Reading
   •  ENG 099A - Pre-College Writing Skills I
   •  ENG 099B - Pre-College Writing Skills II
   •  ENG 101 - English Composition I
   •  ENG 101L - English Composition Lab
   •  ENG 102 - English Composition II
   •  ENG 102L - English Composition II Lab
   •  ENG 199A - Composition Review: Grammar & Mechanics
   •  ENG 199B - Composition Review: Documentation
   •  ENG 200 - Introduction to Ethnic Literature
   •  ENG 203 - Special Topic
   •  ENG 206A - Play Production
   •  ENG 206B - Play Production
   •  ENG 221W - Comparative World Literature
   •  ENG 303 - Special Topic
   •  ENG 305 - Multicultural Dramatic Literature
   •  ENG 306 - Advanced Play Production
   •  ENG 307 - Language Acquisition
   •  ENG 310 - Poetry
   •  ENG 311 - Applied Drama
   •  ENG 315AW - British Literature I: Origins to Romanticism
   •  ENG 315BW - British Literature II: Victorian to Present
   •  ENG 315W - Survey of British Literature
   •  ENG 319 - Applied Syntax
   •  ENG 322W - Environmental Literature
   •  ENG 323W - Advanced Composition: Rhetorical Modes
   •  ENG 324W - Advanced Composition: Writing in the Health Sciences
   •  ENG 325W - American Literature I: Origins to Realism
   •  ENG 326W - American Literature II: Modernism to the Present
   •  ENG 330 - Introduction to Language Studies
   •  ENG 337 - Introduction to Linguistics
   •  ENG 339 - Modern Science Fiction
   •  ENG 340W - Literature by Women
   •  ENG 341W - Hispanic-Latino/Chicano/Literature
   •  ENG 342W - Native American Literature
   •  ENG 343W - African American Literature
   •  ENG 345 - J.R.R. Tolkien
   •  ENG 346 - Superheroes
   •  ENG 350W - Writing for Social Sciences
   •  ENG 351W - Technical and Report Writing
 

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