The college catalog is a very important document given to you by the University administration. It is the document that sets forth the academic requirements the student has to meet in order to garner a degree in the institution. You are given a catalog dated on the year you enter the university, and it governs your whole academic progress. It is essential to read and understand it, and to keep a copy handy for reference and for your records.
You can also view or download Undergraduate Catalogs from past years in the sidebar or search an online list of course descriptions below.
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This course is designed to develop multicultural competence in counseling. The emphasis will be upon issues related to being in a therapeutic relationship that is multicultural.
Study of sources and use of information about occupations, vocational development theories, assessment instruments used in career counseling, and approaches used for vocational counseling.
This course is designed to instruct students how to administer, interpret, and write psychological reports on the three Wechsler's intelligence scales and the Stanford-Binet. The intent of this course is to provide in class training and lab time in order to obtain necessary hours of practice required to administer the scales without supervision. The course also offers update and refresher knowledge for those in the field of testing using these scales.
THIS GRADUATE OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT COURSE EXPLORES MODERN THEORY AND PRACTICE FOR PLANNING AND CONTROLLING THE OPERATIONS FUNCTIONS, BOTH IN MANUFACTURING AND SERVICE ORGANIZATIONS. QUANTITATIVE TOOLS OF ANALYSIS USED TO SUPPORT DECISION MAKING IN THE VARIOUS ACTIVITIES OF OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT ARE REVIEWED. REGIONAL AND INTERNATIONAL APPLICATIONS AND ISSUES WILL BE INCLUDED.
Application of communication theory and learning principles to design of graphic instructional materials to improve individual and group learning. Includes design, production, evaluation, and preparation of necessary utilization and study materials and guides.
Application of instructional design, video production and computer theory to the production of Instructional Interactive Multimedia programs. Emphasis on production and examination of interactive video accompanied by hypermedia as a training and educational media. CD-ROM applications will be examined.
Develop skills in designing and producting educational, informa- tional and/or motivation slide/tape and video programs.
This course is designed to prepare students to effectively intergrate microcomputers in the curriculum. Students will deve- lop conceptual frameworks, strategies and skills to utilize computers to support and enhance the curriculum. Prerequsite: ED 452 equivalent.
This course focuses on how to use the Internet for teaching and learning. It helps students develop skills and strategies in intergrating the Internet as an essential resource into the curriculum. Prerequisite: ED452 equivalent.
THE FOURTH CLINICAL INTERVENTION COURSE PROVIDES A COMPREHENSIVE OVERVIEW OF EXISTENTIAL AND HUMANISTIC APPROACHES TO PSYCHOTHERAPY THROUGH THE STUDY OF THEORETICAL AND LITERARY WORKS INFLUENCED BY EXISTENTIALIST THOUGHT. A MULTICULTURAL EMPHASIS IS USED TO EXAMINE HOW CULTURAL KNOWKEDGE CAN ENHANCE THE EFFECTIVE AND APPROPRIATE USE OF THE DIFFERENT THERAPEUTIC METHODS. DURING THE SEMESTER, STUDENTS ENGAGE IN EXISTENTIAL-HUMANISTIC THERAPY WITH CLIENTS THROUGH THE GRADUATE PRACTICUM IN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY. PREREQUISITE: CONSENT OF INSTRUCTOR. COREQUISITE: PY692D.