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Course Catalog - Academic Year 2017-2018

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ECONOMICS
ECON 193 - FYS:
Credits: 3.00
The First-Year Seminar (FYS) introduces new Gonzaga students to the University, the Core Curriculum, and Gonzaga’s Jesuit mission and heritage. While the seminars will be taught by faculty with expertise in particular disciplines, topics will be addressed in a way that illustrates approaches and methods of different academic disciplines. The seminar format of the course highlights the participatory character of university life, emphasizing that learning is an active, collegial process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
Restrictions:
ECON 200 - Economic Analysis
Credits: 3.00
A one-semester economics course for General Business minors and others interested in a one-semester survey course. Key microeconomic and macroeconomic models which are critical to the development of modern economics are explored. Analysis includes theories of supply and demand, theory of the firm, pricing, employment, monetary and fiscal policy, and international trade and finance. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
May not be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Economics
Economics-Arts
Economics-Science
ECON 201 - Microeconomics
Credits: 3.00
Economics of the firm and the consumer. Principles underlying supply and demand; analysis of competition, monopoly, and other market structures; labor and other resource markets; international trade; taxation. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
ECON 202 - Macroeconomics
Credits: 3.00
The structure and functioning of the national economy. Particular attention is given to determinants of national income, employment and the price level, fiscal and monetary policies, international trade, exchange rates, and trade restrictions. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
ECON 270H - Honors Economics
Credits: 3.00
The fundamental concepts and approaches used in economics for analyzing problems involving the use of scarce resources to satisfy wants. The roles and limitations of both markets and government-directed forms of resource allocation are studied. Modern economic theories are discussed in the context of the historical development of the study of economics. May be substituted for ECON 201 Microeconomics. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: HONS 190 Minimum Grade: D or ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D or ENTR 101 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 289 - Special Topics
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Topic to be determined by instructor.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
ECON 290 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Lower division topic to be determined in consultation with the faculty. Directed study requires completion of a form and permission from department. Zagweb registration is not available. Summer.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
ECON 301 - Intermediate Microeconomics
Credits: 3.00
The focus of this course is economic decision-making in consumer and producer theory. Topics include: consumer's budget constraints and utility maximization, producer's profit maximization and cost minimization, comparison of decisions under perfect competition and monopoly, and externalities. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Economics
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: ( ECON 201 Minimum Grade: B- or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: B- ) and ( MATH 114 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 148 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 157 Minimum Grade: D )
ECON 302 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
Credits: 3.00
Analysis of the determinants of the levels of national output and prices and the effects of monetary and fiscal policies. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: ECON 202 Minimum Grade: B-
ECON 303 - Game Theory & Econ Appl
Credits: 3.00
Game theory is a study of strategic decision-making. Participants in games make decisions that are not only in their best interests but also anticipate and incorporate the fact that their decisions (and subsequent actions) have an impact on others and vice versa. This course includes a variety of economic applications of game theory in fields such as industrial organization and public economics. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ( ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D ) and ( MATH 114 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 148 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 157 Minimum Grade: D )
ECON 311 - Global Economic Issues
Credits: 3.00
This course is a presentation of a broad range of global issues relevant to a number of disciplines including economics, political science, and international studies, focusing primarily on developing regions of the world. Topics include: economic growth and inequality, international trade, diseases/healthcare, education, and foreign aid. This course is cross-listed as INST 343. Fall, Spring and Summer.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
College of Arts & Sciences
School of Business
No College Designated
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D or ECON 200 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 200 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 320 - Economics of Sports
Credits: 3.00
Explores the economic incentives present in both professional and amateur sports. Topics analyzed include league structure, advertising, ticket pricing, team decision making, labor relations, incentive structures, stadium financing and Title IX. Summer.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 321 - International Economics
Credits: 3.00
The focus of this course is on international trade theory and macroeconomic issues related to international finance. Topics include: economic analysis of the basis for international specialization and trade; gains from trade; the balance of international payments; tariffs; international monetary problems; exchange rate adjustments; capital movements; and international economic organizations. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 322 - Work, Wages, and Inequality
Credits: 3.00
An economic perspective on labor market issues. Explores recent controversial topics such as inequality in earnings, race and sex discrimination in labor markets, immigration, minimum wage laws and labor unions, health and safety regulations in the work place. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 324 - Econ of Environmental Protectn
Credits: 3.00
Explores the economic dimensions of environmental topics such as air and water pollution, deforestation, non-renewable resource depletion, recycling, global warming. The course studies the extent of environmental problems and alternative solutions. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Economics
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D or ECON 200 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 325 - Public Finance
Credits: 3.00
Develops economic tools used to analyze government expenditures and taxation. Discussion of public policy issues such as welfare reform, Social Security, and tax reform. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 330 - Antitrust Policy & Regulation
Credits: 3.00
Examines the rationale for and effects of various government policies toward business. Analyzes the economic consequences of market power. Emphasis is placed on antitrust policy as a response to market power. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 333 - Health Economics
Credits: 3.00
Consideration of microeconomic theory to the specialized area of health care. Topics include what makes health care distinctive as an economic good, the supply and demand for health and healthcare in theory and practice, and economic proposals to overcome market failure in the health care industry. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Economics
General Requirements:
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ECON 334 - Behavioral Economics
Credits: 3.00
This course focuses on the insights gained from incorporating psychology into economic and financial modeling, an approach that leads to a better understanding of economic incentives, behavior and how individuals make decisions. By examining human behavior in this way, we are able to address and better design policies that improve decision-making in a variety of settings. As such, this class will examine how individuals make decisions in risky scenarios, nudges to alter decision-making and many other tools that can be used to influence choices. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 351 - Managerial Economics
Credits: 3.00
Applications of economic theory to business decisions. Topics include: demand analysis, economic forecasting; market structure, competition, and pricing decisions; price discrimination. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D and ( BUSN 230 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 121 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 321 Minimum Grade: D )
ECON 352 - Money and Banking
Credits: 3.00
This course will focus on the principles of money, credit, banking, and financial markets. It will explore the roles of the Federal Reserve and the banking system in stabilizing the financial system, employment, and prices. The course will also look at the international financial system. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 202 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 390 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
ECON 401 - Adam Smith and Karl Marx
Credits: 3.00
A course focused on reading and discussing the works of two opposite but highly influential economic thinkers, Smith and Marx. Supplemented with material on other important economic thinkers from 1500 to 1870. Fall, odd-numbered years.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: ECON 202 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 402 - Currents in 20th Cent Econ
Credits: 3.00
Emphasis on the works of Institutionalist, neoclassical, Austrian, Keynesian, post-Keynesian and Chicago School economists. Fall, even-numbered years
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Economics
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: ECON 202 Minimum Grade: D
ECON 404 - Economic Integr-European Comm
Credits: 3.00
A survey of the origins and development of the European Community; its relation to GATT (General Agreement on Trade and Tariffs); monetary coordination; monopoly, competition, and the balances of payments. Florence campus only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ECON 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
ECON 451 - Econometrics
Credits: 3.00
Mathematical and statistical techniques applied to economic and business research and forecasting. Students will undertake a research project. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D and ECON 202 Minimum Grade: D and ( BUSN 230 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 121 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 321 Minimum Grade: D ) and ( MATH 114 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 148 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 157 Minimum Grade: D )
ECON 487 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topics and credit by arrangement.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
ECON 489 - Special Topic Seminar
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topics and credit by arrangement.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D
ECON 491 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Individually-designed course at the upper division level appropriate to the student's major. Directed Study requires completion of a form, and permission from department. Zagweb registration is not available. Summer only.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ECON 497 - Internship
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Work experience directly related to the student's major area of study. Internship requires completion of an application form, a 3.00 GPA and permission from department. Zagweb registration is not available. Fall, Spring and Summer.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Business
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ECON 499 - Sr Comprehensive Examination
Credits: .00
Required of all Arts and Sciences Economics majors. Students should take ECON 499 in the semester before they plan on graduating. Fall and Spring.
Other: .00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Economics
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
College of Arts & Sciences
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Economics-Arts
Economics-Science
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
COUNSELOR EDUCATION
EDCE 525 - Intro to Canadian Counselling
Credits: 1.00
This course provides information and insight into the roles and functions of various counselling specialties within the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. This course serves as a prerequisite for EDCE 640 Counselling Theories and EDCE 558 Canadian Counselling Issues and Ethics. Summer.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 550 - Multicultural Counseling
Credits: 3.00
This course provides an opportunity for students to gain insight into the significance of culture and how it relates to behavior and mental health. This course includes readings and discussions of culturally sensitive diagnostic and treatment issues with respect to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, physical status, age, socioeconomic status and religion. It is essential for future counselors to understand the unique nature of interpersonal distress and happiness on pathogenesis and health functioning. Diagnosis and treatment without consideration of such factors may constitute unethical behavior.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 551 - Diversity in Counselling
Credits: 2.00
Students gain an understanding of behavior and mental health given the cultural context of relationships, issues and trends, and between multicultural and pluralistic national and international societies related to such factors as attitudes, beliefs, understandings, and acculturative experiences of culture, ethnicity, nationality, age, gender, sexual orientation, mental and physical characteristics, education, family values, religious and spiritual values, socioeconomic status, and unique characteristics of individuals, couples, families, ethnic groups, and communities. Through learning the theories of multicultural counseling, theories of identity development, and multicultural competencies, students will understand the advocacy process needed to address institutional and social barriers that impede access, equity, and success of clients. Spring.
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 558 - CA Counselling Issues & Ethics
Credits: 3.00
Content will focus on Canadian and specifically provincial (British Columbia and Alberta) issues and ethics of the Canadian Counselling and Psychology Association (CCPA) with accompanying texts and other materials that are regional and province specific. Gonzaga graduates in the counselling profession are expected to be at the forefront as leaders in the profession by role modeling the highest ethical standards possible. Through discussion, assigned reading, and written work, students develop and present their personal understanding of and response to critical issues in the counselling field. Specifically, students will study ethical and legal considerations, roles in social justice, advocacy, and conflict resolution, cultural self-awareness, the nature of biases, prejudices, processes of intentional and unintentional oppression and discrimination, and other culturally supported behaviors that are detrimental to the growth of the human spirit, mind, or body. Other issues to be discussed include professional roles, functions, and relationships with other human service providers; public and private policy processes, including the role of the professional counsellor in advocating on behalf of the profession; advocacy processes needed to address institutional and social barriers that impede access, equity, and success of clients; the ethical standards of CCPA and related entities; and applications of ethical and legal considerations in professional counseling. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 559 - Critical Iss Schl Counseling
Credits: 3.00
This course introduces students to ethical and legal considerations specifically related to school counseling. Students become familiar with school law, including policies and procedures related to Student Rights and Responsibilities, students with disabilities education, child abuse prevention, and mandatory reporting. Students are exposed to both the American Counseling Association and the American School Counseling Association, codes of ethics, and the application of such in a school setting. An emphasis is placed on helping students examine and become aware of their beliefs and values and the potential impact these might have on the way they provide counseling.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 560 - Critical Issues in Counseling
Credits: 3.00
Graduates of the Master of Arts Program in Counseling at Gonzaga University are expected to be at the forefront in demonstrating the highest ethical standards possible in the counseling profession. In a time when the helping profession is increasingly being held accountable for the behavior of its members, the development and implementation of personal and professional standards that exemplify the best in role models and leadership are imperative. Through discussion, assigned reading, and written work, students develop and present their understanding of and response to critical issues in the counseling field.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 564 - Assessment in Schl Counseling
Credits: 2.00
This course is designed to provide students with an understanding and working knowledge of test and non-test methods of individual appraisal, including the selection, administration, scoring, interpretation, and application of various assessments. Individual and group measures used in schools will be reviewed and discussed. This course is not intended to qualify students to perform psychological assessments or to otherwise provide assessment services to the general public. Rather, this course is intended to familiarize students with appraisal methods and instruments used in school counseling
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 565 - Assessment in Counseling
Credits: 3.00
This course is intended to familiarize students with test and non-test methods of appraisal, including administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests. Individual and group tests and clinical procedures widely used to appraise intelligence, aptitudes, interests, achievement, development, personality, and learning approaches are surveyed. It is stressed that this course is not intended to qualify students to perform psychological assessments or to otherwise perform assessment services to the public. Its purpose is to familiarize students with appraisal methods and instruments typically used in counseling and to assist students in the process of performing assessments appropriate to the counseling profession.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 588 Minimum Grade: C and EDCE 616 Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 567 - Career Dev & Assmt in Cnsllg
Credits: 4.00
This course is designed to acquaint students with the theories, practice, and pragmatic aspects of vocational and life planning counselling. Students will develop their own synthesis of theoretical assumptions regarding vocational development and choice, integrate their theory into counselling practice, become familiar with information systems and centers, and prepare a comprehensive life planning program appropriate for use in the students' employment setting. Students will also become familiar with test and non-test methods of appraisal, including technical and methodological principles, administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests used in counselling with a particular focus on career assessment tools. This course is not intended to qualify student to perform assessments using psychological testing or to otherwise perform assessment services to the public without further education, training, and supervision. Rather, this course is intended to familiarize students so that they can identify and understand instruments typically used in counselling and have more expertise in the application of career assessment tools.
Lecture: 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 570 - Special Issues in Counseling
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to provide students with specific education regarding the following five specialty topics in relation to the profession of counseling via a monthly seminar: 1) Suicide Prevention and Assessment, 2) Consultation, 3) Trauma Response and Crisis Intervention, and 4) Models of Supervision.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 581 - Chemical Dependency/Addiction
Credits: 2.00
This class is designed to provide students with specific education regarding chemical dependency recognition, diagnosis, co-occurring disorders, and impact on medical and mental health issues. Specifically, as a result of this course and in accordance with the CACREP standards, students will know the disease concept and etiology of addiction and co-occurring disorders. They will learn appropriate counseling strategies when working with clients with addiction and co-occurring disorders. They will learn to identify standard screening and assessment instruments for substance use disorders and process addictions, as well as know the impact of co-occurring substance use disorders on medical and psychological disorders.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 583 - Intro Marital Couple Family
Credits: 2.00
This course serves as an introduction to couples and family theories and therapy. General principles of family development and systems theory are explored. The student is asked to think in relationship or systems terms regarding family behavior. Through participation in experiential assignments, students will acquire an understanding of family development and couple and family theories.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Clin Mental Health Counseling
Marriage and Family Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 584 - Counselling across Lifespan
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth exploration of the mental health issues specific to various populations across the lifespan. This course will thoroughly represent human growth and development with specific and current interventions appropriate to different developmental levels and stages. Special emphasis is placed on 'normal' development compared to 'pathological' development. Students study human behavior, including an understanding of developmental crises, disability, exceptional behavior, addictive behavior, psychopathology, and situational and environmental factors that affect both normal and abnormal behavior. There is special sensitivity to the issues of child abuse, multicultural awareness, and at-risk populations. Students are introduced to a variety of counseling procedures and interventions appropriate to both agency and school settings. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 585 - Intro to School Counseling
Credits: 2.00
This course introduces the field of school counseling and provides an overview of the profession, role and function of the counselor in the school, history and trends, and school counselor professional identity. A basic framework for comprehensive school counseling programs is introduced. Student achievement and personal/social and career development are discussed in relation to current societal and educational issues, barriers, and opportunities that may affect student success. Education reform and structure of school, guidance lesson planning and delivery, social advocacy, and counselor as consultant are among other topics covered.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 586 - Intro to CMH Counseling
Credits: 2.00
This course includes an orientation to Clinical Mental Health Counseling and familiarization with role and function, standards of care, professional ethical guidelines, and an understanding of the historical, philosophical, and social roots of counseling and consultation practices of the counseling profession.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 587 - Child & Adolescent Counseling
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to provide students with an in-depth exploration of the mental health issues specific to this population. Special emphasis is placed on "normal" development compared to "pathological" development, and there is special sensitivity to the issues of child abuse, multicultural awareness, and at-risk populations. Students are introduced to a variety of counseling procedures and interventions appropriate to both agency and school settings.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 588 - Human Growth and Development
Credits: 3.00
Through this course, students review, analyze, and interpret theories of individual and family development and transitions across the life-span; theories of learning and personality development and human behavior, including an understanding of and ability to evaluate developmental crises, disability, addictive behaviors, and environmental factors as they affect both normal and abnormal behavior. Human Growth and Development involves aspects of cognitive, behavioral, social, spiritual, physical, and emotional realms. Ethical and legal concerns will be examined, and students will be asked to assess these as they relate to human growth and development. Students will also identify and evaluate aspects at different times across the life span. This course will also explain and interpret the effects of crisis, disaster, and trauma across the life span. Effects of situational versus enduring influences will be assessed, and students will be expected to defend their judgments. Associated with human growth and development will be discussions and interpretations of resiliency in a multicultural world. Application, summary, and evaluation to those we serve will be an emphasis and will receive constant attention.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 589 - Marriage and Family Counseling
Credits: 3.00
Students examine the major contemporary theories and approaches in Marriage and Family Counseling. Major theories and concepts of family dynamics, family life cycle, and lifestyles are examined.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 590 - Marriage & Family Counselling
Credits: 3.00
Students examine the major contemporary theories and approaches in Marriage and Family Counseling. Concepts of family dynamics, family life cycle, and lifestyles in general are presented. Students will explore systems theories and related interventions as well as processes for selecting appropriate modalities for family assessment and counseling. Role and function, ethical and legal considerations, the structure and operations of professional organizations and credentialing bodies, and the implications of professional issues unique to marital, couple, and family counseling are discussed as are pertinent roles of racial, ethnic, cultural heritage, nationality, socioeconomic status, family structure, age, gender, sexual orientation, religious and spiritual beliefs, occupation, physical and mental status, and equity issues. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 592 - Adv Family Systems
Credits: 3.00
Students will engage in an advanced theoretical study with an emphasis on researched applications of family counseling.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Clin Mental Health Counseling
Community Counseling
Marriage and Family Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 594 - Special Topics MCF Systems
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
The effects of violence, chemical dependency, and related family concerns on family dynamics and their impact on couple and family counseling. Students will understand family development and the family life cycle and the impact of specific problems and challenges on family functioning.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Clin Mental Health Counseling
Community Counseling
Counseling
Marriage and Family Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 595 - Spec Iss in School Counseling
Credits: 2.00
This course extends the knowledge and skill introduced in EDCE 585 as students begin the application of learning in their practicum. Emerging issues in the school setting are covered in a discussion format. Instructional and counseling strategies (multiple intelligences, solution focused counseling, resilience research, and other related topics) that support student academic and personal/social success are taught. Spring.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Co-requisites: EDCE 696
EDCE 600 - Trauma, Crisis, and Grief
Credits: 2.00
This course is designed to give school counselors a theoretical and practical background in crises, grief, and trauma as it relates to students and school communities. Crisis prevention and response, including suicide risk assessment, will also be addressed.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 603 - Human Sexuality
Credits: 2.00
Students will learn a basic understanding of human sexuality. Normal psycho-sexual development, sexual functioning and its physiological aspects and sexual dysfunction along with it's treatment will be covered.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Community Counseling
Counseling
Marriage and Family Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 604 - Prevention & Parent Education
Credits: 3.00
Current prevention programs for relationship enhancement and parent education. Students will examine research effectiveness, counselor/leader roles and program formats.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Clin Mental Health Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 605 - Occ Chce & Career Dvlp Counsel
Credits: 2.00
This course is designed to acquaint students with the theory practice, and pragmatic aspects of vocational and life planning counseling. Students develop their own theoretical assumptions regarding vocational development and choice, integrate their theory into counseling practice, become familiar with information systems and centers, and prepare a comprehensive life planning program appropriate for use in future employment settings.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 610 - Classroom Management in School
Credits: 2.00
This course will provide an understanding of the role of the counselor in managing classroom behavior, including how to establish positive counselor-student relationships and peer relationships that help meet the student’s basic psychological needs while building a community of support within the classroom.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 611 - Continuing Research
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 616 - Psychpthlgy and Psychphrmclgy
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
This course is designed to provide a cognitive foundation in theoretical and treatment perspectives on psychopathological disorders of adults, including an understanding of the application of theses perspectives in clinical settings for diagnostic and treatment purposes. Attention is given to identifying the specific symptoms associated with common psychological disorders, the multi-axial evaluation system of the DSM IV, differential diagnostic considerations, and psychopharmacological issues and interventions. The issues of severity of psychosocial stressors as well as the importance of actual adaptive functioning levels associated with each disorder are covered.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 638 - Theories in Couples Counseling
Credits: 2.00
The study of the development of the couple-counseling field and the issues and theories related to its practice.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Clin Mental Health Counseling
Marriage and Family Counseling
School Counseling
EDCE 639 - Counseling Theories
Credits: 3.00
Students in this course will have the opportunity to examine historic and current cognitive, affective, spiritual, and behavioral theoretical orientations to counseling psychology and the application of theory to counseling service, case conceptualization, and counseling interventions. From this historical and current exploration, students will begin to develop a personal model of counseling, a general framework for understanding and practicing counseling. Additionally, students will examine the historical development of consultation, explore the stages of consultation and the major models of consultation, and apply the theoretical material to case presentations. Students will also begin to develop a personal model of consultation. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 640 - Canadian Counselling Theories
Credits: 3.00
Canadian students will have the opportunity to examine historic and current cognitive, affective, spiritual, and behavioral theoretical orientations to counselling psychology and the application of theory to counselling service, case conceptualization, and counselling interventions. From this historical and current exploration, students will begin to develop a personal model of counselling, a general framework for understanding and practicing counseling. Additionally, students will examine the historical development of consultation, explore the stages of consultation and the major models of consultation, and apply the theoretical material to case presentations. Canadian students will also begin to develop a personal model of consultation. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 650 - Group Process
Credits: 2.00
This course was designed to prepare students for the potential ethical and legal dilemmas that may arise in the counseling profession. This two credit graduate level course is intended to assist students with developing knowledge about the ethical standards associated with this profession. Additionally, the identification of core values is essential to personal development. Exploration of these core values, in combination with the development of an ethical decision making model, will challenge students to be prepared for the various dilemmas they may encounter in the workforce. In order to provide the required experiential component to this course, it is offered in conjunction with EDCE 664 Group Facilitation.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 658 - Group Process and Facilitation
Credits: 3.00
This course is an introduction to the theory and practice of group counseling. Students will gain experience in developing and refining group leadership techniques with emphasis on group process and dynamics. This course will focus on both historical and current literature regarding the theoretical and experiential understandings of group purpose, developmental stages, dynamics such as roles, norms, and therapeutic factors, leadership orientations and styles, process, counseling theories, group counseling methods, and skills. Students will refine their theory and skills, and they will integrate the theoretical and experiential understandings of group theory and practice.
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Degree(s):
EDCE 664 - Group Facilitation
Credits: 2.00
This course provides experience in developing and refining group leadership techniques with emphasis on group simulations and demonstrations. Students experience a minimum of 10 clock hours of membership in small group activity as well as experience in leaders of small group.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 650 Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 684 - Counselling Pre-practicum (A)
Credits: 2.00
Prior to beginning the full fall semester pre-practicum, students are introduced to the basic counselling skills of attending. Students are prepared to begin the placement experience, primarily by shadowing and observing clinical practice and receiving supervision at their site. This course serves as prerequisite for 685 Counselling Pre-practicum (B). Summer.
Other: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 685 - Counselling Pre-Practicum (B)
Credits: 4.00
Through this course, students develop skills, techniques, and the process critical to counseling. The historical development of counseling theories will be discussed with an exploration of affective, behavioral, and cognitive theories; essential interviewing and counselling skills that assist the student in creating appropriate professional boundaries therapeutic relationships, establish appropriate counseling goals, design intervention strategies, evaluate client outcome, and successfully terminate the counselor-client relationship. Students will learn and begin to personalize a general framework for understanding and practicing counseling and consultation. EDCE 685 Pre-Practicum requires 100 hours of field placement work during the fall semester immediately preceding the spring semester EDCE 686 Practicum. Those 100 hours shall be a combination of experiences including such activities as: orientation, shadowing, co-counselling (if permitted). In general, the pre-practicum placement is a time to get acclimated to the agency placement, learning the protocols, paperwork requirements, and other needs. Students may begin to accrue supervised hours. With Program Director approval and Site-Supervisor permission, some experience may be applied to the direct contact hours criteria-generally done during EDCE 686 Practicum in the spring semester (or 250 total hours). This course serves as a pre-requisite to Counselling Practicum (EDCE 686). Fall.
Lecture: 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 686 - Counselling Practicum
Credits: 5.00
This course is designed to serve as the transition between the Pre-practicum phase of the counselor's professional development and preparation for entry level practice by providing for the continued development of counseling skills on site and under direct supervision. Students continue to gain working knowledge of record keeping, resources, and office protocol. They will regularly observe and receive feedback from the Field Supervisor and begin to carry a full caseload of clients representing the diversity of the community. Students must complete supervised practicum experiences that total a minimum of 350 clock hours (100 hour prepracticum plus 250 hour practicum). The practicum includes all of the following: a minimum of 250 hours of direct service with clients, including experience in individual counseling and group work, weekly interaction with an average of one hour per week of individual and/or triadic supervision with an onsite supervisor. Forty hours of class time in the spring semester consists of group supervision and other further didactic experiences. Also, an evaluation of the student's performance throughout the practicum, including a formal evaluation at the conclusion of the practicum will be required.
Other: 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Pre-requisites: EDCE 685 Minimum Grade: B-
EDCE 689 - Professional Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare students for the culminating experiences in the Masters of Arts Program, the final Professional Seminar and Oral Examination. Students work with their primary professors and with their small groups to revise and refine their personal theories of counseling. Students are given the opportunity to "defend" this personal theory in a format similar to that of the actual final oral.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 697B Minimum Grade: C or EDCE 686 Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 690 - Directed Reading
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Directed Reading requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 691 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 5.00
Directed Study requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 692 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 5.00
Independent Study requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 693 - Comp Orals for Sch Counselors
Credits: .00
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
EDCE 694 - Special Project
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Special Project requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 695 - Counseling Pre-Practicum
Credits: 3.00 to 4.00
Students develop their own counseling style and begin integrating their theories of counseling into a personal process of counseling. Through this course, students develop skills, strategies, and techniques critical to counseling.
Other: 3.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 696 - Counseling Practicum
Credits: 3.00 to 4.00
This course is designed to serve as the transition between the pre-practicum phase of the counselor's professional development and the internship experience. Students gain working knowledge of record keeping, resources, and office protocol. They will regularly observe and receive feedback from the Field Supervisor and begin to carry a case load of clients by the middle of the semester.
Other: 3.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 697 - Counseling Internship
Credits: 1.00 to 5.00
A minimum of 600 hours (240 hours minimum of direct service). Internship requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 696
EDCE 697A - Internship
Credits: 5.00
This course provides a minimum of 300 hours on-site counseling experiences (120 hours of which must be in direct service) under direct supervision for advanced students. Students integrate their personal theory of counseling into practice and function as a full staff member in the school or agency counseling setting, demonstrate professional ethics and standards of care, and demonstrate professional counseling skills, strategies, and techniques.
Other: 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 695 Minimum Grade: C and EDCE 696 Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 697B - Internship
Credits: 5.00
A second semester continuation of 697A. A further 300 hours of field experience, with 120 hours of direct service is required.
Lab: 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 697A Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 698 - Research and Statistics
Credits: 4.00
This course is designed to acquaint students with the language and tools of research and statistics as they serve to inform the counseling practitioner. Students often do not come to this course with a strong background in research and, as a result, have a real fear of this subject area. A specific goal of this course is to make research and statistics a subject with which students become comfortable and find application value in professional practice. Students will review and abstract research articles, present the outcomes of this review at a professional conference, and develop a research proposal. Statistical theory and techniques will be developed in the areas of descriptive statistics (e.g., scales of measurement, distribution, central tendency) and inferential statistics (e.g., variance, confidence intervals, tests of hypotheses, t-tests, ANOVA, correlation and regression, chi square). This course requires a minimal math background of basic arithmetic, beginning algebra, use of square roots, and order of operations. Having a personal calculator that adds, subtracts, multiplies, divides, and computes square roots (X2) can be helpful and save time.
Other: 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
EDCE 699 - Comprehensive Oral Examination
Credits: .00
Permission of Chairperson
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDCE 697B Minimum Grade: C or EDCE 685 Minimum Grade: C
EDCE 900 - Workshop
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Counselor Education
LEADERSHIP AND ADMINISTRATION
EDLA 501 - Professional Development
Credits: 1.00 to 5.00
This course is designed for experienced teachers. The course involves both in-class and field-based learning.
Lecture: 1.00 to 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 520 - Computers in School Curriculum
Credits: 3.00
The nature of contemporary school curriculum and the need for the professional educator to gain a basic understanding of computers and computer technology are discussed. The course also explores a variety of computer applications and evaluates their uses in the classroom.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 525 - Ed Leadership & Inquiry
Credits: 3.00
This course creates opportunity for personal reflection upon one's role as a leader. Because schools are centers of inquiry, candidates develop the capacities to lead a process of evidence-informed decision-making. Candidates will examine leadership theory, practice, and the skills associated with professional inquiry.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 540 - Ethical Dimensions in Ed
Credits: 3.00
This course presents a review of ethical theory and an examination of ethical decision-making that affects the daily life of students, teachers, administrators, staff, and parents involved in the pre-K-12 education system. This course also explores important elements of practical and professional ethics and the culture of pre-K-12 education.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 546 - Adv Learning Strategies
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to identify for teachers, principals and curriculum developers a range of teaching models and instructional approaches for creating learning environments. The course provides a systematic exploration of interactions among educational objectives, pedagogical strategies, curricular designs, social and psychological theory. The course emphasizes the wide range of options teachers may adopt and adapt to their unique teaching situation. The course assists students in developing a basic repertoire of teaching models through analysis of the underlying theoretical structures, principles and procedures of four different groups of approaches to teaching. Students will have the opportunity to participate in the "coaching" process designed to assist with the acquisition of new teaching behaviors.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 548 - Ed Ldrshp & School Improvement
Credits: 3.00
This course will examine the beliefs, knowledge, and skills that promote collaboration with all stakeholders toward creating a school improvement plan that promotes student success. The course will address practical elements of dynamic school leadership applied to research based practices regarding change, team building, staff development models, and supervisory processes that foster the improvement of schools.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campus(s):
Off-Campus
EDLA 553 - Teaching Thinking Skills
Credits: 3.00
This course presents a practical introduction to strategies that develop thinking skills: theory as well as practical applications to use in the classroom. Emphasis is on how to integrate thinking skills development into the existing classroom curriculum.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 554 - Cooperative Learning
Credits: 3.00
This course provides a treatment of collaborative learning strategies. Course topics include recognizing elements of cooperative learning, diagnosing and grouping for a cooperative classroom environment, utilizing eight applied teaching techniques, and promoting responsible evaluation techniques for collaborative learning.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 564 - Art and Science of Teaching
Credits: 3.00
This course examines frameworks for enhancing student learning from the perspectives of leadership in the classroom and at the building or district level. The course will build on the educational applications of brain research and on strategies for creating safe and effective learning environments. Candidates will be asked to apply course content at the classroom level and school leadership level.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 565 - Assessment and Learning
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to help candidates extend their expertise in applied educational measurement at the classroom, building, district, state, provincial, and national levels. The philosophical, cultural, ethical, and political issues surrounding assessment and evaluation will be examined from the perspectives of classroom practitioners and school leaders. Candidates will also focus on involving students in a variety of rigorous assessment methods to promote a fair, supportive, and reciprocal learning environment.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 597 - Instructional Practicum
Credits: 3.00
This is a field-based experience for practicing teachers. The focus is on the development and documentation of growth standards from research on teaching. Teachers use peer coaching, effective schools research, climate expectations, and goal setting strategies. Some application of specific models, social styles, and positive growth strategies may be involved.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 600 - Program Administrator Intern
Credits: 3.00
The internship is planned for candidates contemplating a calling to central office administration. This two semester course field experience places the candidate-administrator in a firsthand work experience in which academic knowledge can be applied in the educational setting. The candidate's experience is aligned to Washington State Program Administrator Certification requirements.
Lecture: 3.00 Lab: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 609 - Program Adm Role Seminar
Credits: 2.00
This course is delivered through a series of five seminars during the candidates' internship year. Attendance of each seminar in the specific sequence is mandatory. Seminar topics include budget allocation and distribution, staffing, ASB funds, special education law, personnel, public relations and the job search process.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Educational Leadership Admin
EDLA 610 - Program Administrator Intern
Credits: 3.00
The internship is planned for candidates contemplating a calling to central office administration. This two semester course field experience places the candidate administrator in a firsthand work experience in which academic knowledge can be applied in the educational setting. The candidate's experience is aligned to Washington State Program Administrator Certification requirements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 611 - Continuing Education
Credits: 1.00
This is an individualized study designed by the student in consultation with the professor. It requires self-directed learning in a selected area of interest; the professor serves as resource.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 612 - Leadership Role Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This course is delivered through a series of five seminars during the candidate's internship year. Attendance of each seminar in the specific sequence is mandatory. Seminar topics include budget allocation and distribution, staffing, ASB funds, special education law, personnel, public reflections and the job search process. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 613 - Leadership Role Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This course is delivered through a series of five seminars during the candidate's internship year. Attendance of each seminar in the specific sequence is mandatory. Seminar topics include budget allocation and distribution, staffing, ASB funds, special education law, personnel, public reflections and the job search process. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 620 - Principal Internship
Credits: 3.00
The internship is planned for the candidate's second year in the program. The field experience places the candidate-administrator in a firsthand experience in which academic knowledge can be applied to the educational setting. The candidate's experience is aligned to Washington State principal certification requirements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 623 - Risk and Protective Factors
Credits: 3.00
This course addresses the interdependency of family, school and community as they impact the school-aged child. Risk factors are addressed, as well as protective factors that can support family, school, and community in fostering resiliency in children.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 625 - Classroom Intervention Skills
Credits: 3.00
This course offers teachers the opportunity to learn communication and counseling skills that can be used within the instructional settings. Supportive classroom management techniques that result in logical consequences and assist the child in accepting responsibility for behavior are addressed. This course focuses on a multitude of methods and modalities in order to address various learning styles to reduce non-academic stressors.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 626 - Culture and Diversity
Credits: 3.00
Candidates will examine issues concerning accepting, respecting, appreciating, and accommodating all members of society who are entitled to enjoy the benefits of education, regardless of their race, color, national origin, gender, native language, age, social or economic status, family structure and lifestyle, sexual orientation, religious perspective, or ability level. Candidates will explore diversity from a global perspective.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 627 - Teacher as Counselor
Credits: 3.00
This introductory course addresses the metacognitive aspects of the teacher as person and counseling skill development for classroom teacher use. Areas of emphasis will include self-awareness, awareness of impact on others, recognizing and attending to different learning styles and personality types, maintaining healthy relationships with others, and creating a vision for the future. It will focus on personal and academic growth.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 628 - Ed Leadership and Inquiry
Credits: 3.00
This course includes methods and strategies teachers can use to match pedagogy to the various learning styles of students. Teachers translate theory into practice through experiences within the classroom as well as collaborate with families and community agencies. The course focuses on practical application of theory by the creation of curricula using methods, strategies, and resources that have been designed to facilitate child resiliency, involve family, and utilize school and community resources.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 630 - Principal Internship
Credits: 3.00
The internship is planned for the candidate's second year in the program. The field experience places the candidate-administrator in a firsthand experience in which academic knowledge can be applied to the educational setting. The candidate's experience is aligned to Washington State Principal Certification requirements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 633 - Ed Leadership & Organizations
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to enhance candidates’ understanding of organizations and to build their capacity as leaders with and without authority to help their organization achieve its goals. Candidates will apply leadership theories in an analysis of their problem of practice.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 635 - Principalship
Credits: 3.00
This course explores the role of the building administrator. It examines the nature of school leadership in today’s schools; core values and beliefs; and the relationships of the principal with students, teachers, parents, and the community.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 638 - Ed Ldrshp: Chng, Mngmnt, Sprvs
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to provide an overview of the school leader's role in developing a shared vision, mission, and set of core values for continuous school improvement. Candidates will study fundamental leadership and management principles and skills to explore methods of effective school operations such as financial, human resources, and technology. Candidates will also study and describe the processes and practices of effective school supervision and evaluation methods embedded in trust and professional growth.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 641 - Ed Leadership & Community
Credits: 3.00
This course will explore the multiple, complex ways that our schools and society shape each other, with special attention devoted to school leadership issues. Theory, research, and models of effective practice will in from the educational leader's role as a bridge between school and community. This bridging role includes being actively involved in building reciprocal relations within and between school and community, facilitating understanding and communication among and between various interest groups as they impinge on the school, and developing mutually beneficial linkages and partnerships for the benefit of the school, particularly as they enhance the mission of promoting powerful and equitable learning for students, professionals, and the organization.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 646 - Staff Development
Credits: 3.00
This course provides the professional teacher with an understanding of the concepts of adult learning and development and an awareness of some of the components, processes, and techniques of staff development programs. The focus is on the underlying theme of staff development programs that the professional teacher perceives learning and the acquisition of new competencies as a life-long process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 648 - Teacher Leadership
Credits: 3.00
This course focuses on the skills of promoting effective cooperation between community and school. It also includes discussion of communication strategies, team building, and meeting patron need. Prerequisite: Postgraduate standing or permission. (Canada only)
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campus(s):
Off-Campus
EDLA 651 - Supervision of Instruction
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to support the position that the primary purpose of supervision is to provide the means for teachers and supervisors to increase their understanding of the teaching-learning process through collaborative inquiry that can increase classroom effectiveness and student learning. The primary assumption on which this course rests is given a democratic setting; all teachers have the potential for growth and are capable of making appropriate instructional decisions based on relevant classroom data. Teachers are perceived as active constructors of their own knowledge about learning and teaching and supervision is viewed as a collaborative means in creating this knowledge. The emphasis is on multiple methods of collecting objective data during instruction that can be used to make inferences and interpretations regarding the effectiveness of the teaching process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 653 - Curriculum Development
Credits: 3.00
This course addresses the basic approaches to planning and modifying school curricula and places these in historical, ideological, and political contexts. Topics include the diagnosis of needs, selection and organization of learning experiences, evaluating curricular systems, and the elements of the change process that promote equity and access to learning. Candidates will explore the implications of course concepts at the classroom, school, and district levels.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 662 - Leadership and Finance
Credits: 3.00
This course presents a thorough overview of the economics and financing of education. This course also presents, and prepares participants for using, standard budgeting procedures for managing schools and school systems.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 663 - Leadership and Law
Credits: 3.00
The course is designed for graduate students in education without prior formal training in school law, but who have experience working in schools. Through multiple activities students are expected to be able to identify legal issues which may arise in their jobs in school, be familiar with the legal rules which govern these issues, and be able to make an educated guess about how a court might apply these legal standards to their situation.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 670 - Leadership & Change Planning
Credits: 3.00
This course consists of one module that can be taken in either the fall or spring semesters. The module topic addresses planning for school change. The course is designed for those candidates that already hold a master's degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those individuals that have a Principal or Program Administrator Certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 671 - Leadership & Capacity Building
Credits: 3.00
This course consists of one module that can be taken in either the fall or spring semesters. The module topic addresses Leadership and Building Capacity in others. The course is designed for those candidates that already hold a master's degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those individuals that have a Principal or Program Administrator Certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 688 - Evdnc Informed Decision Making
Credits: 3.00
In this course, candidates will create an action plan specific to their problem of professional practice. This action plan will apply leadership practices to promote school growth by addressing systems change. Strategies that enhance educators' collaborative school improvement processes will be explored. Spring or Summer depending on cohort.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 689 - Professional Seminar
Credits: 3.00
In this course, candidates will demonstrate the integration of the knowledge and skills gained throughout the program. They will also articulate their translation of theory into continuous improvement of professional practice.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 690 - Directed Readings
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This is an individualized study based on readings approved by professor. Student develops a selected bibliography.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
Restrictions:
EDLA 692 - Independent Study
Credits: .00 to 3.00
This is an individualized study designed by the student in consultation with the professor. It requires self-directed learning in a selected area of interest; the professor serves as resource.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 694 - Special Project
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This is an individualized and project-based study, which results in a practical application of educational theory. The project or written report of project is submitted to the professor for evaluation.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 695 - Professional Experience
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This is a planned series of field experiences in settings related to education, junior colleges, court services, social agencies, etc.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 698 - Research and Data Analysis
Credits: 3.00
The research course continues from the Educational Leadership and Inquiry course and focuses on helping candidates understand and apply methodological, ethical, and writing formatting issues related to the research process. The course is designed to prepare the candidates to plan and report on self-selected research projects.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 698A - Research Project
Credits: 3.00
This is a research project for a master's degree.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 698C - Research Seminar
Credits: 1.00
An analysis of basic elements of research proposal design.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 699 - Comprehensive Oral Exam
Credits: .00
The Oral Exam is the opportunity to demonstrate your knowledge acquisition, your ability to use knowledge to solve problems, and a chance to focus on yourself as a leader: how you believe you have grown—in response to each program outcome or goal. Review your work from the program that you think provides evidence of meeting the program outcomes and come prepared to discuss what you have done to meet these outcomes. You may bring notes or evidence that support your self-assessment. Bring a hard copy of the Oral Exam Reflection and email a copy to your advisor in advance of the Oral Exam. (Note: One project/assignment/experience may provide evidence for several of the outcomes or goals).
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 970 - Leadership & Change Planning
Credits: 3.00
This course consists of one module that can be taken in either the Fall or Spring semesters. The module topic addresses planning for school change. The course is designed for those candidates that already hold a Master's Degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those individuals that have a principal or program administrator certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDLA 971 - Leadership & Capacity Building
Credits: 3.00
This course consists of one module that can be taken in either the Fall or Spring semesters. The module topic addresses Leadership and Building Capacity in others. The course is designed for those candidates that already hold a Master's Degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those individuals that have a principal or program administrator certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
PRINCIPAL CERTIFICATION
EDPC 911 - All but Certified (ABC)
Credits: 3.00
This professional development course is required for all principal and program administrator certification candidates that have not completed the certification program on time. This course is repeatable each semester until the program is complete. All candidates that have not finished the program and want to continue working towards their principal or program administrator certificate must register for this course until they have finished all requirements for certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 912 - Leadership Role Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This online course delivery consists of six modules. The on-line module topics include vision for learning, instructional leadership, organizational management, school/community relations, ethical leadership, and political issues and awareness. Post-masters Administrative Certification Candidates are required to sign up for the course two consecutive semester as directed by the program director and/or internship supervisor. The first three modules of the seminar are completed in the fall and the final three modules completed in the spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 913 - Leadership Role Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This online course delivery consists of six modules. The on-line module topics include vision for learning, instructional leadership, organizational management, school/community relations, ethical leadership, and political issues and awareness. Post-masters Administrative Certification Candidates are required to sign up for the course two consecutive semester as directed by the program director and/or internship supervisor. The first three modules of the seminar are completed in the fall and the final three modules completed in the spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 920 - Certification Internship
Credits: 3.00
The internship is a two-semester field experience that places the student-administrator in a first-hand experience in which academic knowledge can be applied to the education setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 930 - Certification Internship
Credits: 3.00
The internship is a two-semester field experience that places the student-administrator in a first-hand experience in which academic knowledge can be applied to the education setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 970 - Leadership & Change Planning
Credits: 3.00
The on-line professional development course consists of one module that can be taken in either the Fall or Spring semesters. The module topic addresses planning for school change. The course is designed for those candidates that already hold Master's Degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those individuals that have a principal for program administrator certificate.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
EDPC 971 - Leadership & Capacity Building
Credits: 3.00
The on-line professional development course consists of three modules that can be taken in either the Fall or Spring semesters. The module topics address Leadership and Building Capacity in others. The course is designed for those candidates that hold a Master’s Degree in the field of education and is primarily developed for those candidates that have a principal or program administrator certificate.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Leadership and Administration
PHYSICAL EDUCATION
EDPE 101 - Tai Chi
Credits: 1.00
Tai Chi is a unique exercise system which consists of a sequence of slow, relaxed movements. Its benefits in the areas of health, fitness, relaxation, concentration and self-defense are well known. Tai Chi helps restore and maintain natural health as well as stretches, strengthens, and relaxes the entire body. Tai Chi is a gentle exercise suited to all age groups and can be used as a valuable method of stress management.
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 102 - Basketball and Softball
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both Basketball and Softball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 103 - Basketball and Flag Football
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both basketball and flag football. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates. This class is only offered in the fall.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 104 - Varsity Basketball
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Basketball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 105 - Varsity Basketball Condition
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Basketball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 106 - Varsity Cheerleading
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Cheerleading Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 107 - Novice Crew Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Crew Team only. Instructor permission required.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 108 - Beginning Bowling
Credits: 1.00
Students will be provided with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to provide a basic understanding of bowling. This class will cover bowling strategies, techniques, terminology, etiquette and safety concepts. In addition, this course is designed to provide competition in a fun environment. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 109 - League Bowling
Credits: 1.00
This course allows Gonzaga students to take part in organized league bowling through North Bowl Lanes. The students will meet once a week and bowl three games in teams consisting of 4 players. At the end of the 13 weeks, students will take part in a league tournament. Students have the option of taking this class for credit or non-credit. This is an off-campus course. Students are responsible for paying the league fee costs directly to North Bowl Lanes.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 110 - X-Biking
Credits: 1.00
This interval based cycling class will work your entire body. Classes are taught using the stationary x-bikes, which allow users to engage their upper body and core while the legs do the pedaling.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 111 - Indoor Soccer
Credits: 1.00
This activity class will focus on the fundamental skills and rules of indoor soccer. This class will be held at the SYSA Indoor Soccer Center and will be taught by experienced soccer coaches. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 112 - Crew Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Instructor Permission and Crew Team only
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 113 - CrossFit
Credits: 1.00
CrossFit is a strength and conditioning system built on constantly varied, functional movements executed at high level of intensity appropriate for the individual. CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of ten recognized fitness domains; cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy. This course is appropriate for all levels of fitness and/or experience. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 114 - Zumba
Credits: 1.00
Zumba is a fusion of Latin and International Music-dance themes creating a dynamic, exciting, effective fitness system. The routines feature aerobic/fitness interval training with a combination of fast and slow rhythms that tone and sculpt the body. Zumba utilizes the principals of fitness interval training and resistance training to maximize caloric output, fat burning and total body toning. It targets areas such as the glutes, legs, arms, abdominals and the heart. It is a mixture of body sculpting movements with easy to follow dance steps.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 115 - Aerobics
Credits: 1.00
Geared to all who want to sweat and have fun in a group fitness class. Classes will be a combination of step and floor aerobics, aerobic kickboxing, circuit training, body toning, and general cardiovascular workouts. Classes vary by day and instructor focus.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 116 - Cardio Pump
Credits: 1.00
Cardio Pump is a barbell class that will strengthen and tone your entire body. This 50-minute workout will challenge all of your major muscle groups by using exercises like squats, presses, lifts and curls in high repetition set to music.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 117 - Social Dance
Credits: 1.00
Students will learn the fundamentals of swing, salsa and ballroom styles of dance. Social dancing provides an outlet for increasing an individual's social, mental, and physiological development in a fun, low pressure environment. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 118 - Barre Long and Lean
Credits: 1.00
Barre Long and Lean is a full body workout that yields powerful results quickly. Classes utilize a ballet barre to build long, lean muscles and functional body. Components of class include yoga, Pilates, strength training and stretching. No experience is necessary and all levels of fitness are welcome. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 120 - Varsity Baseball
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Baseball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 121 - Baseball Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Baseball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 122 - Varsity Track
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Track Team only. Instructor permission required.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 123 - Varsity Cross Country
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Cross Country Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 124 - Beginning Fencing
Credits: 1.00
Students will be provided with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding of fencing including strategies, techniques, terminology, and safety concepts. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 125 - Intermediate-Advanced Fencing
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 126 - Beginning Golf
Credits: 1.00
Each session will consist of a review of basic fundamentals of grip, stance, ball positioning and swing mechanics. The first session will include: course overview, safety concerns in the game of golf and putting. The second session will be chipping; the third session will consist of swings with the short irons; the fourth session will cover the full swing with mid irons; the fifth session will cover full swing with woods; the sixth and final session will go over bunker play, course review and etiquette. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 127 - Intermediate-Advanced Golf
Credits: 1.00
This course is a continuation from EDPE 126. It is designed to provide more advanced instruction for individuals with greater than beginning skills. It will discuss and emphasize stroke refinement and special play situations. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 128 - Varsity Golf
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Golf Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 129 - Self Defense/Judo
Credits: 1.00
The purpose of this class is for the student to develop the skills necessary to participate in the martial art of judo, as well as basic self-defense skills. It is also designed to provide an avenue to maintain a quality physical and mental outlet to lead a healthier lifestyle. The course will include standing basics, moving basics, kata, and basic throwing and falling techniques.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 130 - Triathlon Training
Credits: 1.00
The emphasis of this course will be on preparing students for triathlon events, with skill development in the areas of swimming, biking and running. This course will incorporate a variety of training methods to ensure progressive development of individual cardiovascular fitness.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 131 - Beginning Karate
Credits: 1.00
During this class, students can expect to learn not only the basics of traditional karate, but also proper etiquette, Chinese and Japanese terminology, as well as proper breathing techniques. It is expected that students know and follow the proper etiquette rules of the karate teachings. This will be learned and displayed through the controlled fighting situations in the class. This class is designed to cultivate the virtues of humility, strength of character, creativity, decisiveness, patience, and respect for others.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 132 - Intermediate Karate
Credits: 1.00
A continuation of EDPE 131-01, students can expect to expand their knowledge of traditional karate, etiquette, and Chinese and Japanese terminology. It is expected that students know and follow the proper etiquette rules of the karate teachings. This will be learned and displayed through the controlled fighting situations in the class. This class is designed to cultivate the virtues of humility, strength of character, creativity, decisiveness, patience, and respect for others.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 133 - Advanced Karate
Credits: 1.00
A continuation of EDPE 132, students can expect to continue to expand their knowledge of traditional karate, etiquette, and Chinese and Japanese terminology. It is expected that students know and follow the proper etiquette rules of the karate teachings. This will be learned and displayed through the controlled fighting situations in the class. This class is designed to cultivate the virtues of humility, strength of character, creativity, decisiveness, patience, and respect for others.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 136 - Scuba
Credits: 1.00
The purpose of an Open Water Diver Scuba Diving course is to equip each student with the proper knowledge and skills to become a safe and independent diver. The goal of this class is to work towards becoming a certified, safe and educated diver that respects and enjoys the underwater world. All academics and water skills will be taught in a realistic manner with references to practical diving situations. Students must pass a swim test in order to participate. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 137 - Ski Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to get students ready for ski and snowboarding season. Ski Conditioning is an intense concentration of exercises that complement the basic movement of skiing and snowboarding. The emphasis is on improving the general level of body conditioning, flexibility, and improvement of cardiovascular fitness as they relate to skiing and snowboarding. Offered on sufficient demand. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 138 - Alpine Skiing
Credits: 1.00
This course is open to both non-skiers and skiers of various abilities. You'll have fun while learning or improving your ski skills and get credit at the same time. Students have the option of enrolling in classes at 49 Degrees North or Mt. Spokane. The course runs for six consecutive weeks. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required. This class is only offered in the spring.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 139 - Ski Racing
Credits: 1.00
Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 140 - Snowboarding
Credits: 1.00
This course is open to snowboarders of all abilities. You'll have fun while learning or improving your snowboarding skills and get credit at the same time. Students have the option of enrolling in classes at 49 Degrees North or Mt. Spokane. The course runs for six consecutive Saturdays. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required. This class is only offered in the spring.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 142 - Snowsport Inst Training
Credits: 1.00 to 2.00
This course is designed to prepare students to be alpine and/or snowboard instructors in accordance with the Professional Ski Instructors (PSIA) and American Association of Snowboard Instructors (AASI) certification standards. Course will consist of classroom activities and simulations with additional, optional, on hill training, and Level I or II, PSIA/AASI certification exams. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00 to 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 144 - Swimmers
Credits: 1.00
A course offered to all level of swimmers who want to enhance their health through swimming or refine their swimming techniques. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 145 - Varsity Soccer
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Soccer Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 146 - Soccer and Volleyball
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both Soccer and Volleyball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 147 - Softball and Volleyball
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both Softball and Volleyball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 148 - Varsity Tennis
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Tennis Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 149 - Varsity Tennis Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Tennis Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 150 - Varsity Weight Training
Credits: 1.00
Members of Gonzaga University Varsity Athletic Teams only. Permission required
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 151 - The Union Spin/Yoga
Credits: 1.00
The Union is an off-campus fitness studio that specializes in both spin and yoga classes. The hour long yoga class and fifty minute spin class focus on powerful, athletic and high energy components. Students will be required to attend 2 classes a week and can pick either yoga and/or spin. All levels of fitness are welcome and encouraged. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 152 - Racquet Sports
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in racquetball, pickle ball, badminton and tennis. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 153 - Tennis and Badminton
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both tennis and badminton. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 154 - Varsity Volleyball
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Volleyball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
UATH 0.00 0 N
EDPE 155 - Soccer/Basketball
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both soccer and basketball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 156 - Pilates
Credits: 1.00
This Pilates class is designed to strengthen and lengthen the muscles of the body. Using a combination of mat-work exercises, yoga-like postures, and strength conditioning skills, this Pilates class will focus on abdominal muscles, the muscles of the upper and lower back, including the shoulders, and the muscles surrounding the pelvis and glutes. This class will include beginner through intermediate level Pilates exercises and is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 157 - Yoga
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to promote individual fitness for total mind/body health. The primary emphasis will focus on strength and stretching movements, incorporating breathing and relaxation techniques. Students will benefit from greater body awareness, increased strength, flexibility, and an overall feeling of well-being. This class is appropriate for all ages and fitness levels. Classes vary by day and by instructor focus.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 158 - Fitness and Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Fitness and Conditioning is a great class for both the beginning exerciser and the fitness enthusiast. This course is designed to help increase individuals' cardiovascular endurance, speed and agility, and upper body, lower body, and core strength. This class will introduce individuals to a variety of activities that will lead to an overall improvement of body conditioning: weight training, running/walking, calisthenics, and plyometrics.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 159 - Aqua Aerobics
Credits: 1.00
This shallow water workout includes calisthenics style movements with variations of upper and lower body resistive moves. Water Aerobics helps shape and tone your body, as well as keep your heart rate up. Water exercises also develop cardiovascular endurance and help work your muscles without punishing joints and bones. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 160 - Weight Training
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed for students with all levels of weight training experience. Students will be supervised and instructed in the proper lifting techniques. This class gives instruction and practice in the use of resistance exercise for increasing muscular strength and endurance. The course will emphasize different effects from different workout types and proper lifting technique to help individuals meet their goals. Additionally, students will learn general weight room safety, spotting techniques and weight room etiquette.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 161 - Studio Yoga
Credits: 1.00
Experience yoga off-campus in a warm studio exclusively dedicated to the practice of yoga, meditation and study. At Spokane Yoga Shala, several different styles of yoga are taught. Students are able to pick classes and times that work best you’re your schedule. Students are expected to attend two classes a week. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 163 - Lacrosse Team
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 164 - Beginning Fly Fishing
Credits: 1.00
The purpose of this class is to provide beginning fly fishers, or those who need some basic assistance, with a comprehensive course on the essentials of fly fishing. Intermediate students can also enroll in this class to enrich their technical skills. The class will cover equipment; casting; basic entomology (fish food sources); water reading; fly selection and knot tying; safety; fishing strategies in both still and moving water; and if time allows an introduction to fly tying. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 165 - Beg Horseback Riding
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to provide students with knowledge of basic horsemanship emphasizing safety and recreational enjoyment. Class sessions will emphasize horsemanship etiquette, terminology, and safety concepts. By the end of the course, students will be able to demonstrate basic care of the horse, correct riding positions, skills and aids necessary for proper horsemanship, and an appreciation for horseback riding. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 166 - Inter Horseback Riding
Credits: 1.00
A continuation of EDPE 165, this class is designed to move the student to an intermediate level of English riding while emphasizing horsemanship and safety. This class will focus on gaining a greater appreciation in horsemanship by further developing horsemanship skills, respect for horses, refinement in position and aids for English riding and an introduction to Dressage principles and jumping. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 167 - Adv Horseback Riding
Credits: 1.00
A continuation of EDPE 166, this class is designed to allow the student to progress safely to an advanced level of English style riding and horsemanship. This class will focus on gaining a greater appreciation in horsemanship, respect for horses, refinement in positions and aids for English riding and more advanced information into Dressage principles and jumping. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 170 - Ice Skating
Credits: 1.00
Beginners to intermediate ice skaters will enjoy this class. Improve your skating skills with experienced instructors at the Riverfront Park Ice Palace. Not only will students be given plenty of instruction and free skate, but games are incorporated into the class as well. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 173 - Badminton and Racquetball
Credits: 1.00
This class will provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding in both badminton and racquetball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates. Offered on sufficient demand.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 174 - Intermediate/Advanced CrossFit
Credits: 1.00
CrossFit is strength and conditioning system built on constantly varied, functional movements executed at high level of intensity appropriate for the individual. CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of ten recognized fitness domains. They are cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy. Students will need to have completed a semester of EDPE 113 or obtain instructor approval before enrolling.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 113 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 175 - Beginning Gymclimbing
Credits: 1.00
This course teaches students the basic climbing skills. The emphasis of this course will be on climbing technique and physical training through climbing in the gym. This course is held at Wild Walls Climbing Gym which is a state of the art 40 foot high monolith with over 6000 square feet of climbing terrain. There are over 35 ropes for top roping, a bouldering cave and 50 routes that are changed on a continual basis. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 176 - Int Gymclimbing
Credits: 1.00
This course is geared toward students who already have the basic climbing skills. Knowledge needed for this class is: be an experienced belayer, tie a figure eight follow through knot and understand the basic terminology associated with climbing. The emphasis of this course will be on climbing technique and physical training through climbing in the gym. This course is held at Wild Walls Climbing Gym which is a state of the art 40-foot-high monolith with over 6000 square feet of climbing terrain. There are over 35 ropes for top roping, a bouldering cave and 50 routes that are changed on a continual basis. This is an off-campus course. Lab fee required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 178 - Racquetball
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding the sport of racquetball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 179 - Beginning/Inter Handball
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to provide students with a progressive sequence of skills and activities designed to offer a basic understanding the sport of handball. Game strategies, techniques, terminology, rules and safety will be covered in this class. Students will participate in organized games and skill competitions against classmates.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 181 - Volleyball Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Volleyball Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
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EDPE 182 - Soccer Conditioning
Credits: 1.00
Members of the Varsity Soccer Team only. Instructor permission required.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
General Requirements: 0 credits
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EDPE 186 - GU out of Bounds Rafting
Credits: 1.00
A basic introduction to river rafting, campsite preparation, and organization. Students must participate in the Gonzaga sponsored "Out of Bounds" adventure orientation to be eligible for this activity class.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 188 - PiYo
Credits: 1.00
This class is designed to promote individual fitness for total mind/body health through a combination of mat Pilates and yoga. The primary emphasis will be on strengthening and stretching movements, from each tradition, along with the varied breathing techniques associated with each. Appropriate for all ages and fitness levels, the students will benefit from greater body awareness, increased strength, flexibility, and an overall feeling of well-being.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 190 - Fndtn of Hlth, Sprt, & Phys Ed
Credits: 3.00
Overview of the historical and philosophical foundations of health, fitness, sport, and physical education. Introduction to careers and professional preparation in related fields.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Sophomore
Freshman
EDPE 191 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 195 - New Athlete Orientation
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to support the student athlete with academics and Division I regulations. Permission only.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 201 - PL:Team Sports and Aquatics
Credits: 2.00
Exposure to the basic skills, terminology and concepts, rules, and strategies necessary to participate in selected team sports and aquatics as well as teaching and assessment techniques appropriate for instruction in team sports and aquatics. Emphasis will be placed upon both traditional and non-traditional team sports commonly taught in the public schools and recreation settings. Fall, even years.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 202A - Health & Fitness Club Mgmt
Credits: 3.00
Provides the background and knowledge to prepare for programming issues in supervising fitness programs, fitness trainers, and facilities. Participants will gain an understanding of the foundations of the fitness industry in the United States. This course focuses primarily on the business aspects of owning/operating a fitness club, covering memberships, facilities, programming, facilities, staffing, and budgeting practices.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Fitness Specialist Concentratn
Sport Management
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 202B - PL: Strgth & Cardio Condition
Credits: 2.00
Introduces the elements of strength and cardiovascular conditioning programs for individuals and groups. Students will learn to design, implement, and evaluate these elements in peer teaching situations. Spring, even years.
Lab: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D or EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 203 - PL:Individual Sports and Dance
Credits: 2.00
Exposure to basic skills, terminology and concepts, rules, and strategies necessary to participate in selected individual sports; and exposure to several types of dance, dance terminology, positions, and movements, as well as teaching and assessment techniques appropriate for instruction in individual sports and dance. Emphasis will be placed upon both traditional and non-traditional activities commonly taught in the public schools and recreation settings. Fall, odd years.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 204 - PL:Leisure Sports and Games
Credits: 2.00
Exposure to basic skills, terminology and concepts, rules, and strategies necessary to participate in selected leisure activities and a variety of activities appropriate for elementary age youth. In addition, teaching and assessment techniques appropriate for instruction in leisure activities and elementary activities will be emphasized. Emphasis will be placed upon both traditional and non-traditional activities commonly taught in the public schools and recreation settings. Spring, odd years.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 205 - Sport & Act in Diverse Society
Credits: 3.00
A comprehensive understanding of the ways in which people differ - including race, sex, age, mental and physical ability, weight, religion, sexual orientation, and social class - and how these differences can influence sport organizations. This course offers specific strategies for managing diversity in social organizations and work groups, provides an overview of different types of diversity training which can be implemented in the workplace, and outlines legal issues related to diversity.
Lab: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Kinesiology & Physical Ed
Physical Education
Sport Management
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 207 - Sport & Fitness in Digital Age
Credits: 3.00
This course will analyze the changes that have given rise to the situation, combining theoretical insights with original evidence collected through extensive research and interview with people working in the media and sport and fitness industry. This course will be conducted in a discussion/lecture and lab format. Students will develop a set of sport media projects in the computer lab that will allow them to apply up-to-date technology into the real business of sport and fitness.
Lab: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 209 - Community CPR & First Aid
Credits: 1.00
Red Cross Certification in First Aid, CPR and AED is offered through a class that prepares students to recognize and respond to illness/injury situations. Learn basic care for victims, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation for infants, children and adults, as well as immediate care for injuries. Using Automatic External Defibrillators is covered. Class includes hands-on lab skill application. This class does not meet the Sport Management majors' requirement. Fall and Spring. Permission Only
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Physical Education
EDPE 210 - CPR, First Aid, & Safety Ed
Credits: 3.00
This course provides preparation in the basic knowledge and skills involved in recognizing and responding to a variety of emergencies and life-threatening situations, including training in evaluation and providing basic care for victims of injury and/or sudden illness until professional medical help arrives (CPR , AED and First Aid). Additionally, students receive instruction and practice in the prevention of common injuries. Safety and health education issues are studied with their application to prevention in the community, home and workplace settings. Students receive American Red Cross Certification in First Aid/CPR/AED. Fall and Spring
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Physical Education
Sport Management
EDPE 211 - Aerobic Exercise Instruction
Credits: 1.00 to 2.00
Development and perfection of skills necessary to participate in aerobic exercise activities, along with techniques of instructing the specifics of these skills. On sufficient Demand.
Lecture: 1.00 to 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDPE 115 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 220 - Ergonomics in Sport & Phys Act
Credits: 3.00
Safety procedures in education/health/fitness related settings, applicable policies and regulations, theories surrounding injury prevention in sport and activity, and immediate care for injuries should they occur. EDPE 276 and 276L strongly encouraged as pre-requisite.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 222 - Health and Human Movement
Credits: 3.00
Investigation of the factors affecting healthful living and wellness, including mental, emotional, physical, social, spiritual, and environmental health.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Kinesiology & Physical Ed
Physical Education
Sport Management
EDPE 223 - Lifeguard Training
Credits: 3.00
Prepares individuals to assume the duties and responsibilities of lifeguards at swimming pools and at protected (non-surf) open water beaches. Prerequisite: Successful completion of pre-course skill test. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 224 - Nutrition for Health & Fitness
Credits: 3.00
A basis for understanding the current research and advances that promote healthy lifestyles and fitness through proper nutrition. Emphasis will be given to how food, metabolism, and lifestyle choices interact in humans to increase or reduce poor health and risk of disease.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 276 - Anat & Physio for Hlth/Fitness
Credits: 3.00
An introductory course emphasizing an understanding of anatomical and physiological structure and function of the major systems of the human body. Primary focus will be on the musculoskeletal, nervous, circulatory, and respiratory systems as they relate to fitness, health, and disease conditions in the human body. Must be concurrently enrolled in EDPE 276L. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Co-requisites: EDPE 276L
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 276L - Anat&Phys for Hlth/Fit Lab
Credits: 1.00
Laboratory experience dealing with the structure and function of tissues, organs, and organ systems in the human body. Hands-on lab experience with models, and microscopes. Must be taken concurrently with EDPE 276. Fall.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Co-requisites: EDPE 276
EDPE 290 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 311 - Hlth, Fitness, & Phys Ed Teach
Credits: 3.00
Prepare future K-12 health, fitness and physical educators to develop and implement educational programs that will meet the needs of all their students. Introduction and application of a variety of teaching styles and strategies, classroom/group management skills, assessment protocol, and program activities appropriate for health, fitness and physical education will be covered. Students will also be involved in observing, reviewing, planning, and delivering instruction, evaluating instruction and providing meaningful learning experiences to a diverse population. Particular attention will be given to national and state objectives and standards.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Co-requisites: EDPE 497A
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 312 - Methods in Health Education
Credits: 3.00
Prepare future K-12 health, fitness and physical educators to develop and implement health programs that will meet the needs of all their students. Introduction and application of a variety of teaching styles and strategies, classroom/group management skills, assessment protocol, and program activities appropriate for health will be covered. It will also allow students to observe, review, plan, and deliver instruction, evaluate instruction and provide meaningful learning experiences to a diverse population in specific educational programs. Particular attention will be given to national and state objectives and standards.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Co-requisites: EDPE 497C
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 315 - Adapted Physical Education
Credits: 3.00
A course dealing with mental and physical disabilities that affect the cognitive, affective and physical development of youth. Physical activities, instructional strategies, and assessment protocol will be presented.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 316 - Water Safety Instruction
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare individuals to teaching "swimming” from beginning to advanced levels. The course will be conducted to meet the requirements of the American Red Cross Instructor's Course. Certificate will be awarded to those who qualify. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 321 - Sport Facility Management
Credits: 3.00
This course covers policies and practical applications of facility management and operations with special emphasis on effective designing, planning, operating, maintaining of the sport/athletic facility. Such topics as sports event bidding process, event planning, private and public funding sources for venue construction, mast plan, concessions and merchandising, booking, scheduling and security issues surrounding sport/athletic facilities will also be covered.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Sport Management
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 340 - Psy-Soc Aspect of Sport-Actvty
Credits: 3.00
The application of psychological principles and sociological research to areas of sport, exercise performance, physical activity, teams, and coaching. Topics of discussion will include: personality, self-confidence, motivation, commitment aggression and interaction. Addresses practical issues of dealing with anxiety, arousal, and stress and the development of coping strategies.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 343 - Coaching Basketball
Credits: 2.00
Principles of defense and offense; fundamentals, special drills, rules, officiating, and equipment. Prerequisite: third year standing. On sufficient demand.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 346 - Coaching Baseball
Credits: 2.00
Principles of coaching competitive baseball with an emphasis on strategy, drills for skill attainment, skill evaluation and Coaching philosophy. On sufficient demand
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 347 - Coaching Football
Credits: 2.00
Principles of coaching competitive football with an emphasis on offensive and defensive strategy, position drills, and coaching philosophy. On sufficient demand
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 349 - Coaching Soccer
Credits: 2.00
Principles of coaching competitive soccer with an emphasis on offensive and defensive strategy, position drills and philosophy. On sufficient demand
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 355 - Wilderness Survival
Credits: 2.00
The purpose of this course is to provide students with knowledge and skills that will aid them in preparing for, preventing, and/or surviving a natural or man-made emergency or disaster. Course content includes clothing, shelter, and food appropriate for various outdoor environments; survival strategies; survival skills such as fire-building, signaling, route-finding with map and compass, and first aid, all set within a context promoting environmental ethics and safety awareness. Topics and skills will be covered through a variety of classroom and field experiences, including off campus outings. Lab fee required. Offered on sufficient demand.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 377 - Sci Princ: Phys Ed, Hlth & Fit
Credits: 3.00
Physiological response to exercise, basic field tests to assess fitness levels, and interpretation of findings. Introduction to health risk and screening. Must be concurrently enrolled in EDPE 377L. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Co-requisites: EDPE 377L
Pre-requisites: ( EDPE 276 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 276L Minimum Grade: D ) EDPE 376 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 377L - Sci Princ Lab:Phy Ed, Hlth&Fit
Credits: 1.00
Laboratory experience designed to allow the student to put into practice the principles studied in EDPE 377. Students will conduct and participate in a variety of physiologic testing for aerobic capacity, strength, endurance, body composition, flexibility, and health related measures of fitness. Findings will be utilized in analysis and evaluation of health related fitness. Must be taken concurrently with EDPE 377. Spring.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Co-requisites: EDPE 377
Pre-requisites: EDPE 276 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 276L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 378 - Kinesiology for Health&Fitness
Credits: 3.00
Concepts surrounding body movement from anatomical and mechanical perspectives. Students will have the opportunity to analyze movement in sport and activity and apply related knowledge to improve performance.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 276 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 276L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 390 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 400 - Sport Sponsorship & Promotions
Credits: 3.00
This class builds on the general principles of sport marketing by discussing the unique aspects of sport marketing, applying marketing concepts to sport as a product, and the promotion of sport activities. Also, this course examines the topic from the perspective of the sponsored property, rather than a marketing perspective. It provides an overview of the theoretical underpinnings of the topic, followed by examples from actual sport sponsorships. Topics focus on the spectator as the product consumer and will include consumer analysis, market segmentation, product licensing and positioning, pricing, promotion, distribution, and sponsorship as they apply to sport.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 412 - Admin of Sport & Athletics
Credits: 3.00
An introduction to organizational theories and practices with an emphasis on the sport industries. Leadership styles and theories, organizational development, personnel, fiscal, and legal issues will be introduced.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 413 - Student Evaluation & Mgmt
Credits: 3.00
A continuation of EDPE 311 focusing on curriculum theories, assessment protocol, student behavior, candidate professionalism, and liability, as they relate to the field of physical education, health, and fitness. Particular attention will be given to national and state objectives and standards
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Physical Education
Sport Management
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Co-requisites: EDPE 497B
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 414 - Ethical/Legal Aspects in Sport
Credits: 3.00
This course is to familiarize students with the legal and ethical issues surrounding sport organizations. Topics such as negligence in sport, contract law, agency law, constitutional law, ethical theories within the work place are covered. Hypothetical as well as actual cases in each legal and ethical category will be discussed.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 415 - Elementary Physical Education
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students both theoretical and practical experience in learning how to design and implement a physical education program at an elementary level. It will introduce the students to objectives of physical education, activities that can be implemented at specific grade levels, general fitness concepts, and techniques of teaching in a physical activity environment, assessment protocol, and the importance of physical education as an integral part of general education. An experimental and cross disciplinary approach will be taken to developing and implementing effective learning experiences in physical education for students K-8.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 416 - Elementary Health Methods
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students both theoretical and practical experience in learning how to design and implement a health education program at an elementary level. It will introduce the students to objectives of health education, activities that can be implemented at specific grade levels, teaching strategies, assessment protocol, and the importance of health education as an integral part of general education. An experimental and cross disciplinary approach will be taken to developing and implementing effective learning experiences for students K-8.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 417 - Abuse Prevention
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students an awareness of the incidence of abuse and the knowledge and skills needed to execute their professional roles and responsibilities, as K-12 educators, in dealing with children who have suffered abuse and neglect. Reporting mandates and legal protection afforded in executing these mandates will also be covered.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: D or EDTE 221S Minimum Grade: D or EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 420 - Motor Development
Credits: 3.00
An overview covering the theories of motor development and practical application of these theories as they pertain to the acquisition of movement capabilities for individuals during their life span. Information will also be provided for the cognitive and affective domains as they affect motor development. Offered Spring, Odd Years
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 477 - Adv Fitness Assessment&Evaluat
Credits: 3.00
Development of advanced skills and knowledge in health screening, exercise test administration and development, metabolic calculations, exercise program development and implementation, with emphases on meeting the needs of both healthy and non-healthy populations.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Co-requisites: EDPE 477L
Pre-requisites: EDPE 377 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 377L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 477L - Adv Fitness Assessment&EvalLab
Credits: 1.00
Practical application of advanced skills and knowledge in exercise test administration and development, utilizing metabolic calculations to determine caloric expenditure, exercise program development and implementation for selected cases.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Co-requisites: EDPE 477
Pre-requisites: EDPE 377 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 377L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 480 - Fitness ProgramPlan&Management
Credits: 3.00
Utilization of advanced skills and knowledge in health screening, fitness assessment (pre-mid-post), selection and administration of fitness program/behavior modification for individual clients. Students will design and deliver programs individualized for client needs/goals, measure client progress, and communicate with client regarding fitness levels, progression, and continuing activity suggestions.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 377 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 377L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 481 - Fitness Specialist CapstoneSem
Credits: 1.00
Provides review and preparation for national certification tests and/or comprehensive exams.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDPE 377 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 377L Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 485 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
To be determined by instructor.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 490 - Directed Readings
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Individualized study based on readings approved by the professor. Students will develop a selected bibliography.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 491 - Directed Study
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Individualized study that is designed by the professor. Students will follow a prescribed course outline.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 492 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Individualized study that is designed by the student in consultation with the professor for self-directed learning in a selected area of interest.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 494 - Special Projects
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Individualized study that is project based. The study will result in a practical application of educational theory. The project or a written report of the project will be submitted to the professor for evaluation.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 495 - Student Teching Hlth & Phys Ed
Credits: 12.00
An intensive field experience in which the teacher candidate assumes full responsibility as a health and fitness educator under the direction of a University supervisor and cooperating teacher. Prerequisites: Completion of all endorsement coursework, passage of the West B and completion of the West E endorsement test prior to student teaching.
Other: 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 311 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 496A - Practicum:Physical Education
Credits: 2.00
Practical experience in the area of physical education either at a site approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 496B - Practicum: Coaching
Credits: 1.00 or 2.00
Practical experience in the area of athletic coaching at a site approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 1.00 or 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 496C - Practicum:Health & Fitness
Credits: 3.00
Practical experience with in a health/fitness related environment (clubs, clinics, Health Department, etc.) at a site approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
EDPE 496D - Sport Management Internship I
Credits: 3.00
Practical experience in the area of sport management organization at a site approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 496E - Sport Management Internship II
Credits: 3.00
Practical experience in the area of sport management at a site approved by the instructor of record.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D and EDPE 496D Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 497 - Internship
Credits: .00
This course is offered in summer sessions only and does not count towards the major.
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 497A - In School Exp I- Hlth/Fit
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to give students practical application of their theory-based classes. Students are expected to gain in-depth or new expertise by concentrating a portion of their time in a specific content related area. Must be taken concurrently with EDPE 311
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 497B - In School Exp II- Hlth/Fit
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to give students practical application of their theory-based classes. Students are expected to gain in-depth or new expertise by concentrating a portion of their time in a specific content related area. Must be taken concurrently with EDPE 413
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 497C - In School Exp III- Hlth/Fit
Credits: 1.00
This course is designed to give students practical application of their theory-based classes. Students are expected to gain in-depth or new expertise by concentrating a portion of their time in a specific content related area. Must be taken concurrently with EDPE 312.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Pre-requisites: EDPE 190 Minimum Grade: D
EDPE 499 - Comprehensive Examination
Credits: .00
A final exam required of all Sport Management and Physical Education majors in his/her final semester of coursework. The type of exam will be dictated by the student’s program of study and a fee for the exam may be required. Contact the Department Chair for specific information.
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 500 - Sport & Athletic Promotions
Credits: 3.00
Study of policies and practices in managing relations with external and internal publics associated with the sport and athletic industry. Media relations, publicity for both print and broadcast press, marketing strategies, advertising and campaign development, sponsorships and marketing ethics are some of the main topics to be covered.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 501 - Sport Media and Communication
Credits: 3.00
This course will examine today's world of communication by examining the converging industries of journalism, public relations, marketing and advertising as expressed in the new commercial reality of sport. The student will be provided with a history of the sport media and the changes the media has undergone in recent years. The students will also have the opportunity to be placed in the media chair and produce written material as a reporter covering an athlete program or sporting event.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 514 - Ethical/Legal Aspects in Sport
Credits: 3.00
To familiarize students with the legal and ethical aspects surrounding sport organizations. Topics such as tort law, contract law, agency law, constitutional law, Title IX and IX, ethical theories within the work place are thoroughly covered.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 515 - Elementary Physical Education
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students both theoretical and practical experience in learning how to design and implement a physical education program at an elementary level. It will introduce the students to objectives of physical education, activities that can be implemented at specific grade levels, general fitness concepts, and techniques of teaching in a physical activity environment, assessment protocol, and the importance of physical education as an integral part of general education. An experimental and cross disciplinary approach will be taken to developing and implementing effective learning experiences in physical education for students K-8. Permission only; On Demand.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 516 - Elementary Health Methods
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students both theoretical and practical experience in learning how to design and implement a health education program at an elementary level. It will introduce the students to objectives of health education, activities that can be implemented at specific grade levels, teaching strategies, assessment protocol, and the importance of health education as an integral part of general education. An experimental and cross disciplinary approach will be taken to developing and implementing effective learning experiences for students K-8. Permission only. On demand.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 517 - Abuse Prevention
Credits: 1.00
This course will provide students an awareness of the incidence of abuse and the knowledge and skills needed to execute their professional roles and responsibilities, as K-12 educators, in dealing with children who have suffered abuse and neglect. Reporting mandates and legal protection afforded in executing these mandates will also be covered.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 518 - Health/Fitness Methods
Credits: 3.00
This course will provide students both theoretical and practical experience in learning how to design and implement a health & fitness education program at an elementary level. It will introduce the students to objectives of health and fitness education, activities that can be implemented at specific grade levels, teaching strategies, assessment protocol, and the importance of health and fitness education as an integral part of general education. An experimental and cross disciplinary approach will be taken to developing and implementing effective learning experiences for students K-8. Permission only; on demand.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 525 - Sport & Ath in Social Context
Credits: 3.00
An analysis of historical sport and athletic events, the structure of sport in societies, and the social factors influencing the positive and negative outcomes of those events. Topics such as diversity, economics, politics, media, and religion will be covered and investigation of the social impact of these issues on sport and athletic environments.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 565 - Rsrch Mth & Stats in Sprt Athl
Credits: 3.00
This course focuses on the research methods, statistical techniques and applications of social research and evaluation process using SPSS in the context of sport and athletics. Students are required to complete his/her individual research proposal by the end of semester consisting of three chapters (introduction, review of literature, and methodology) and also are given the opportunity to learn and practice SPSS, statistical computer software for social science.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 571 - Sport & Athletic Finance
Credits: 3.00
Analysis of budget techniques and strategies for financial planning and decision making in sport and athletic programs. Emphasis will be given to revenue productions and fundraising relevant to both community and school supported sport programs.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
EDPE 590 - Directed Readings
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Directed readings requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 591 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Directed Study requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 592 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Independent Study requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 594 - Special Projects
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Special Projects requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 611 - Continuing Research
Credits: 1.00
Required of all graduate students to maintain continuous enrollment in the program while completing their final project.
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
EDPE 613 - Admin in Sport & Athletics
Credits: 3.00
Students will study organizational theories and practices with an emphasis on the sport industries. Leadership styles and theories, organizational development, personnel, fiscal, and legal issues will be covered.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 621 - Facilities Mgmt in Sport & Ath
Credits: 3.00
This course covers theories, policies, principles, and practical applications of facility management and operations with the special emphasis on designing, planning, operating, maintaining of the sport facility. Students will develop and utilize a variety of materials reflective of sport event and venue operations such as an event bidding proposal, a facility review evaluation report, area of expert papers and case studies.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 689 - Master's Research Project
Credits: 3.00
This course involves the identification and in-depth exploration of a topic or issue in physical education, athletics, or sports administration in preparation for the final oral presentation. The project must be completed and submitted in a written form or manuscript suitable for publication.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 565
EDPE 696A - Sport & Athl Admin:Intern I
Credits: 3.00
An intensive field supervised experience in a sport or athletic related organization approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 696B - Sport & Athl Admin:Intern II
Credits: 3.00
A continuation of EDPE 696A. An intensive field supervised experience in a sport or athletic related organization approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 696A Minimum Grade: C
EDPE 696C - Sport & Athl Admin:Intern III
Credits: 3.00
A continuation of 696B. An intensive field supervised experience in the sport or athletic organization approved by the instructor of record.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDPE 696B Minimum Grade: C
EDPE 699 - Capstone Experience
Credits: .00 or 1.00
This is a student's final experience demonstrating competency in content knowledge through an oral or written project. The student will prepare a final portfolio of work accomplished throughout the program and present it to a designated audience.
Other: .00 or 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
Restrictions:
EDPE 900 - Workshop
Credits: 1.00 to 12.00
Lecture: 1.00 to 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Physical Education
SPECIAL EDUCATION
EDSE 150 - Psych of Child w/ Exception
Credits: 3.00
This course covers litigation and legislation affecting students with special needs, the basic handicapping conditions and how they relate to the education process. Basic remediation strategies will be discussed, as well as historical, medical, and psychological perspectives of the various disabilities.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 155 - Signing Exact English
Credits: 3.00
A basic SEE signing course where the student acquires the initial signs to help in working with students with hearing impairments and other disabilities.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 225 - Adv Signing Exact English
Credits: 3.00
An advanced course in SEE signing. Specific techniques in teaching with special populations who require signing as a form of total communication.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 155 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 306 - In School Exp Elementary
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Students spend 30 hours assisting a Special Education teacher in an elementary or preschool level classroom. Placements are arranged through the instructor. Students are required to obtain FBI clearance prior to placement approval.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 307 - Special Education Application
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Students complete 30 supervised hours working directly with the individuals with disabilities in non-school settings. Arrangements are made with the instructor.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 320 - Applied Behavior Analysis
Credits: 3.00
The basic principles of learning and procedures of Applied Behavior Analysis are presented. Techniques of Behavior Analysis such as effective teaching of diverse populations, objective measurement, experimental design, evaluation, and social validity are discussed in detail. A variety of real-life situations are examined.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 320L
EDSE 320L - Applied Behavior Analysis Lab
Credits: .00
This lab course is a co-requisite of EDSE 320. There are two primary components of the lab. One is to remediate and assist students with difficult concepts presented in EDSE 320 and the other is to focus on the development, implementation, write-up, and presentation of an applied research project.
Lab: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 320
EDSE 335 - Autism
Credits: 3.00
This course presents the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of autistic behavior. Emphasis is placed on the various successful remediation techniques with such children and youth.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 340 - Spec Ed Policies & Procedures
Credits: 3.00
The legal and ethical questions regarding mainstreaming are examined in detail. Emphasis is placed on developing individualized education programs, communicating with parents and staff, and issues of due process. Recent research in mainstreaming is reviewed.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 344 - Psy of Child Behav Disorders
Credits: 3.00
This course examines various behavior disorders in children. The various viewpoints as to cause and remediation are outlined. Practical solutions to behavior and emotional disorders are discussed in detail.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B
EDSE 345 - Dev of Child w/ Exception
Credits: 3.00
This course examines normal child development and etiology of exceptionalities from infancy through age six. History and philosophy of early childhood special education, as well as relevant legislation, are studied. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B
EDSE 346 - Tchg Std w/ Lrng Disabilities
Credits: 3.00
The various practical classroom techniques to measure and remediate learning disabilities are presented. The course focuses on techniques of practical use for the special and regular classroom teacher.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
EDSE 350 - Early Childhood Special Ed
Credits: 3.00
This course overviews the principles and practical procedures involved in integrated preschool services for children with disabilities. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting. Prerequisite: Admission to the program.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 351 - Physical Development
Credits: 3.00
This course examines normal physical and neuro-motor development with an emphasis on methods for identifying and treating delayed or dysfunctional development. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B
EDSE 352 - Language and Communication
Credits: 3.00
This course examines the principles of normal language development as well as educational guidance for facilitating functional language development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The focus is on intervention programs designed for enhancing generalization of functional language usage. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B
EDSE 390 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 400 - Tutoring and Proctoring
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course provides students the opportunity to work collaboratively and gives experience in teaching adults. Students may assume leadership roles and develop strategies for later application in training situations. In addition, teaching recently learned material reinforces the extension and generalization of their knowledge.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 406 - In School Experience Secondary
Credits: 1.00
The student spends 30 hours working in a special education classroom at the secondary level with emphasis in math and reading.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 407 - Special Ed Applictn with Adlts
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
The student spends 30 hours working in environments serving adolescents or adults with developmental disabilities. Settings include group homes, sheltered workshops, supported work programs, and institutions.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 410 - Precision Teaching
Credits: 3.00
This class covers the basic techniques and procedures of Precision Teaching (e.g., pinpointing, movement cycles, charting, etc.). Emphasis is placed on using the techniques of precision teaching to remediate and evaluate learning and behavior problems.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 415 - Psych of the Child w/ ADHD
Credits: 3.00
This class covers the historical and present treatment techniques dealing with the child with attention deficits and hyperactivity in the classroom and at home. Various assessment devices to determine ADHD are examined. Practical procedures that can be implemented in the school or home are strongly emphasized.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 417 - Assessment-Special Education
Credits: 3.00
This course deals with various assessment procedures, such as psychometric testing, teacher constructed tests, achievement tests, and observational scoring. Emphasis is placed on using assessments to identify instructional interventions that can be carried out in the classroom setting to remediate learning and behavior problems.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Psychology
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D or PSYC 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 427 - Tchg Persons w/ Dev Disblty
Credits: 3.00
This course provides students with an understanding of state-of-the-science practices for serving individuals who have mental disabilities. The focus is on development of intervention within community, school, vocational, domestic, and social settings for both school-age students and adults.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 450 - Special Education Seminar
Credits: 1.00
The purpose of this course is to review and reinforce information regarding student with disabilities and the laws and procedures that govern their education. Candidates will enhance skills through a seminar format in accordance to the mandates of the 2004 IDEiA and its linkages to regular education teachers.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 495
Pre-requisites: EDTE 496E Minimum Grade: D or EDTE 496S Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 451 - Direct Instruction-Reading
Credits: 3.00
This course covers how to teach special education and regular education pupils beginning through intermediate reading skills directly. Particular emphasis is placed on instructing teachers to use reading techniques which have had research supporting their effectiveness. Prospective teachers are taught how to teach, monitor, assess, and remediate various reading skills.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Special Education
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 452 - Direct Instruction-Mathematics
Credits: 3.00
This course covers how to teach basic mathematical skills directly to special education and regular education elementary pupils. Emphasis is placed on instructing teachers to use mathematical techniques which have research supporting their effectiveness. Prospective teachers are taught how to teach, monitor, assess, and remediate various mathematical skills.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 452L - DI Math Lab
Credits: .00
This lab course is a co-requisite of EDSE 452. This lab provides supplemental instruction and also remediation for students having difficulty with math concepts presented in EDSE 452.
Lab: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 452
EDSE 465 - Classroom Management
Credits: 3.00
Principles and procedures are presented to promote effective classroom discipline and teaching in either a self-contained or resource center setting. Emphasis is placed on practical techniques that can be employed by one teacher.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 465L
Pre-requisites: EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: C and ( EDSE 306 Minimum Grade: D or EDSE 307 Minimum Grade: D or EDSE 407 Minimum Grade: D or EDSE 406 Minimum Grade: D )
EDSE 465L - Classroom Management Lab
Credits: .00
This course provides supplemental information to benefit students taking EDSE 465. Content of the course includes APA format for project completion, computer instruction on creating graphs and tables, review of difficult content from class, directed information regarding action research, and ethical standards information.
Lab: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 465
EDSE 470 - Functional Analysis Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This course reviews functional analysis methodologies for systematically identifying environmental variables that serve to maintain aberrant behavior. The course includes a detailed overview of functional analysis procedures and treatment packages that can be implemented based on the results of functional analyses. Particular emphasis is placed on reinforcement-based interventions and dimensions of reinforcement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 465 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 490 - Directed Readings
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study based on readings approved by the professor. The student develops a selected bibliography.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 491 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study that is designed by the professor. Students follow a prescribed course outline.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 492 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
This course is an individualized study that is designed by the student in consultation with the professor. Self-directed learning in a selected area of interest is the process employed. Professor serves as resource.
Other: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 494 - Special Projects
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study that is project-based. The study requires the practical application of educational theory. The project or a written report of the project is submitted to the professor for evaluation.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 495 - Extended Spec Ed Experience
Credits: 3.00 to 9.00
This practicum is designed to provide students with an intensive applied experience in community settings. The student works under the supervision of a University supervisor and a community professional.
Other: 3.00 to 9.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 465 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 496 - Special Ed Teaching Practicum
Credits: 9.00
This is the intensive field experience in which the student assumes the full responsibility of a Special Education Teacher under the direction of a University supervisor and a cooperating teacher.
Other: 9.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 465 Minimum Grade: D EDSE 465 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 497 - Ext Special Ed Teach Pract
Credits: 12.00
This is an intensive field experience in which is at least 12 weeks in duration (12 credits). The student will systematically take over the responsibilities of the special education teacher under the direction of the University supervisor and the cooperating Special Education teacher.
Other: 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Pre-requisites: EDSE 465 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 500 - Grad Teach/Cert Orientation
Credits: .00
This course is required for candidates pursuing an endorsement to teach special education in the State of Washington. Basic requirements for Washington State certification including Washington State Patrol and FBI clearances, West B competency testing, Praxis II/West E competency testing, professional standards and expectations of special education teacher candidates, including residency and professional certification are covered.
Lecture: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 520
EDSE 501 - Psych of Child w/ Exception
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this course is to provide candidates with an overview of special education. Etiology, characteristics, and treatment of major disabling conditions will be covered. Philosophical, political, and pedagogical implications of past, current, and future services are analyzed.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 505 - Special Ed App Clssrm Exp Elem
Credits: 1.00
Graduate candidates obtain experience in applied special education classroom settings at the elementary/preschool level. Appropriate clearance is required prior to entering the school setting. A minimum of 30 hours of supervised work in school setting is required to meet course standards.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 506 - SpEd Applied Classrom Exp
Credits: 1.00
Graduate candidates obtain experience in applied special education classroom settings either at the elementary/preschool level or at the middle/high school level. Opportunities to provide experiences in inclusive settings with special needs students will be sought. Appropriate clearance is required prior to entering the school setting. A minimum of 30 hours of supervised work in school setting is required to meet course standards.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 507 - Spec Ed Applied Class Exp Seco
Credits: 1.00
Graduate candidates obtain experience in applied special education classroom settings at the middle/high school level. Appropriate clearance is required prior to entering the school setting. A minimum of 30 hours of supervised work in school setting is required to meet course standards.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 520 - Applied Behavior Analysis
Credits: 3.00
An advanced introduction to the basic principles of learning and effective and practical procedures based upon those principles. Students read seminal articles in the field of behavior analysis and conduct and write up their own applied research study, implementing some of the procedures to remediate socially significant problems of children.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 522 - Precision Teaching
Credits: 3.00
This course covers basic procedures of precision teaching (e.g., movement cycles, pinpointing behaviors, setting aims, charting, planning curricula development for precision teaching, and methods of remediating learning disabilities).
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: B- or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 523 - Theory of Instruction
Credits: 3.00
This course covers a detailed analysis of direct instruction principles and their application to curriculum development. Requires an in-depth knowledge of and experience with direct instruction curriculum materials.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 535 - Autism
Credits: 3.00
This course overviews the major characteristics of persons with autism, with focus on effective treatment, functional goals and curricula, objective assessment, teacher/parent training, classroom integration, and generalization and maintenance of treatment gains. Particular emphasis is placed on developing effective applied skills through course work, practicum, and an applied research study and write-up.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 545 - Spec Ed Policies & Procedures
Credits: 3.00
This course covers issues involved in providing I.E.P. provisions including goals, strategies, and legal and ethical implications.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 551 - Direct Instruction-Reading
Credits: 3.00
This course trains prospective teachers how to teach special education and regular education pupils to read. Content covers beginning through intermediate reading. Particular emphasis is placed on instructing teachers to use reading techniques that have research supporting their effectiveness. Prospective teachers are taught how to teach, monitor, assess, and remediate reading deficits regarding various reading skills.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 552 - Direct Instruction-Mathematics
Credits: 3.00
This course focuses on the teaching of mathematics directly to students with special needs and regular education elementary pupils. Emphasis is placed on procedures with a strong research base supporting their effectiveness. Prospective teachers are taught how to teach, monitor, assess, and remediate skill deficits regarding various mathematical skills.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 560 - Early Childhood Special Ed
Credits: 3.00
This course overviews of the principles and practical procedures involved in infant and preschool services integrating children with disabilities. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 561 - Physical Development
Credits: 3.00
This course examines the principles of normal physical and neuromotor development with an emphasis on methods for identifying and treating delayed and dysfunctional development. Treatment approaches address designing interventions and adapting the environment. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: B-
EDSE 562 - Language and Communication
Credits: 3.00
This course examines the principles of normal language development as well as guidance for facilitating functional language development in infants, toddlers, and preschoolers. The focus is on intervention programs designed for enhancing generalization of functional language usage. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: ( EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: B- or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B- )
EDSE 565 - Dev of Child w/ Exception
Credits: 3.00
This course emphasizes normal child development and etiology of exceptionalities from infancy through age six. History and philosophy of early childhood special education, as well as relevant legislation, are studied. Applied experience is provided in an integrated preschool setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: B- or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 575 - Adv Seminar in Classrm Mgmt
Credits: 3.00
This course examines strategies of applied behavior analysis for controlling various inappropriate behaviors that interfere with the learning process. The emphasis is on practical procedures that can be implemented by a single teacher in a special education or regular classroom setting.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: C or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: D
EDSE 576 - Consultation in the Classroom
Credits: 3.00
This course covers advanced information and skills required to consult effectively with educators and parents regarding the development and implementation of educational programs within the least restrictive environment.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 577 - Exam Yth w/ Behav Dis or ADHD
Credits: 3.00
This course overviews practical strategies to deal with children's behavioral and emotional disturbances in the classroom. Etiology of behavior disorders and emotional problems in children and youth are discussed.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 580 - Tech for Tchg the Learng Disab
Credits: 3.00
This course examines various techniques and approaches to remediate learning disabilities in school settings. Emphasis is placed on successful treatment and diagnostic procedures.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 604 - Assessment in Special Ed
Credits: 3.00
This course covers various methods of assessing student progress and social behaviors as well as actual classroom observations and assessment. Data gathered in assessment are used to develop an individualized program for special students.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 611 - Continuing Research Education
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 669 - Ethics on Behavior Analysis I
Credits: 1.00
This course was designed to provide students an understanding of the expectations of ethical behavior required by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). The course will cover content found in the “Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysis.” Specific content areas included but are not limited to responsible conduct, responsibility to clients, assessing behavior, and individualized behavior change programs. This course will focus on client centered ethical responsibilities.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 670 - Functional Analysis Seminar
Credits: 3.00
This course reviews functional analysis methodologies as developed by Iwata et. al (1982) for systematically identifying environmental variables that serve to maintain aberrant behavior. This course includes a detailed overview of functional analysis procedures and treatment packages that can be implemented based on the results of functional analysis. Particular emphasis is placed on reinforcement-based interventions and dimensions of reinforcement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 520 Minimum Grade: B or EDSE 320 Minimum Grade: B
EDSE 671 - Beh Treat in Clinic Set
Credits: 4.00
This course is experimental in nature and requires students to apply the functional analysis methodologies studied in EDSE 670 in a "hands on" manner. Under direct supervision of faculty, students will conduct weekly assessments to determine the environmental variables maintaining children's inappropriate behavior (EDSE 671L=1 credit). Students will also collect and graph data, write reports that summarize their findings, and meet regularly with faculty and classmates to discuss their findings and their relationship to the literature. Students will be required to use and discuss single case design in the evaluation of treatment components.
Other: 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 670
EDSE 672 - Behav Int Nat Setting
Credits: 4.00
This course is experiential in nature and should be taken in the semester immediately following EDSE 671. Students in this course will implement behavioral interventions designed in the clinical settings. Students will also collect and graph data, write reports that summarize their findings, and meet regularly with faculty and classmates to discuss their findings and their relationship to the literature. Students will be required to use and discuss single case design in the evaluation of treatment components.
Lecture: 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Pre-requisites: EDSE 671 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 673 - Supervision and Consultation
Credits: 3.00
This course is experimental in nature. Students in this course provide supervision of functional analysis procedures to others wishing to learn about functional analysis procedures. Students consult with classroom teachers and others as they provide instruction on assessment methodologies and procedures, data collection, graphing, report writing, and intervention recommendations. Students meet regularly with faculty to discuss teaching, supervision, and consultation techniques and issues.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 672 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 674 - Ethics on Behavior Analysis II
Credits: 2.00
This course was designed to provide students an understanding of the expectations of ethical behavior required by the Behavior Analyst Certification Board (BACB). It is imperative that professionals conduct themselves in ways that highlight the highest ethical standards. This course will cover a portion of the content found in the “Professional and Ethical Compliance Code for Behavior Analysis.” Specific content areas included but are not limited to supervision, ethical responsibility to the profession, ethical responsibility to colleagues, public statements, research, and responsibility to BACB. This course will focus on the behavior analysis’ ethical responsibilities.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
EDSE 675 - Adv Applied Behavior Analysis
Credits: 3.00
The most recently developed and refined principles and data-based effective procedures developed within the field of Applied Behavior Analysis are discussed. This course promotes graduate students' analytic and practical skills in teaching and management procedures in a variety of settings. The course focuses on state-of-art advancements through recently published applied research studies and reviews.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 680 - Best Practices
Credits: 3.00
This course provides students with the rationales and strategies for implementing intervention technologies for research-based educational best practices. Best practices include precision teaching, cooperative learning, direct instruction, self-management, class wide peer tutoring, and opportunities-to-respond.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 689 - Professional Seminar
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
A culminating course where the student develops and conducts and writes an applied research study or completes and writes a comprehensive review of the literature. The formal write-up must be in APA style and format and ready for submission to a journal outlet.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 690 - Directed Readings
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study based on readings approved by the professor. Each student develops a selected bibliography.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 691 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study that is designed by the professor. Students follow a prescribed course outline.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 692 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This course is an individualized study that is designed by the student in consultation with the professor. Self-directed learning in a selected area of interest is the process employed. Professor serves as a resource.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 694 - Special Project
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
This course is an individualized study that is project based. The study results in a practical application of educational theory. The project or written report of project is submitted to the professor for evaluation.
Other: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 696 - Special Ed Teaching Practicum
Credits: 6.00
This is an intensive field experience which is at least eight weeks in duration. The graduate student will systematically take over the responsibilities of the special education teacher for at least three weeks under the direction of the University supervisor and the cooperating special education teacher.
Other: 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 551 Minimum Grade: C and EDSE 552 Minimum Grade: C and EDSE 575 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 697 - Ext Adv Spec Ed Teach Pract
Credits: 6.00
This is an intensive field experience which is at least 12 weeks in duration. The graduate student will systematically take over all the responsibilities of the special education teacher for at least five weeks under the direction of the University supervisor and the cooperating special education teacher.
Other: 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Education
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Initial Teaching Special Ed
Special Education
Pre-requisites: EDSE 551 Minimum Grade: C and EDSE 552 Minimum Grade: C and EDSE 575 Minimum Grade: C
EDSE 698 - Research in Special Education
Credits: 3.00 to 5.00
This course presents the various procedures for carrying out classroom research by the teacher in order to evaluate the effectiveness of various classroom intervention strategies. The course teaches students ways to collect data, examine data for functional relationships, graph, and write up a research report in APA style.
Other: 3.00 to 5.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 699 - Comprehensive Oral Examination
Credits: .00
This course requires the student to present orally and in a professional manner a summary of the major research project.
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
EDSE 900 - Workshop
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
Lecture: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Campus(s):
Workshop
EDSE 901 - Workshop
Credits: 2.00
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Special Education
TEACHER EDUCATION
EDTE 101 - Foundations of American Educ
Credits: 3.00
This course provides an overview of the teaching profession. It is designed as an exploration of teaching as a career choice, serving as an introduction to various philosophical positions regarding education, the laws that affect students and teachers, the global and historical background of our current educational systems, and the issues concerned with recognizing, accepting, and affirming diversity.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 201 - Learning Theories
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to introduce the undergraduate teacher candidate to theories of learning. The contributions of behaviorism, humanistic psychology, and cognitive psychology will be examined in order to give a basis for critically analyzing how and why human development and growth occur in the teaching/learning act. Based on the dynamics of respect for individual differences within the learning community, prior learning, and authentic scholarly exploration of historical and current literature, student teacher candidates will be able to articulate, develop, and seek alternatives to their theories-in-use.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 213 - NW History for Elem Teachers
Credits: 1.00
This one credit course is designed to provide undergraduate teacher candidates with the basic content of Washington State history. An emphasis will be placed on the use of technology, diversity and assessment. The history and geography EALR's/GLE's/PE's will be emphasized. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 221E - Elem Dif Instruct & Assess
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to integrate the planning, implementation, and assessment of instruction across content areas at the elementary level with a special emphasis on diversity. The major focus of this course will be meeting the learning needs of a diverse population which includes students from different racial, ethnic, ability, socio-economic status, language and sexual orientation backgrounds.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 221L
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 221L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore firsthand the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. Candidates also gain pedagogical practice by working with students and teaching a lesson. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience Office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 221S - Sec Diff Instruct & Assess
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to integrate the planning, implementation, and assessment of instruction across content areas at the secondary level with a special emphasis on diversity. The major focus of this course will be meeting the learning needs of a diverse population which includes students from different racial, ethnic, ability, socio-economic status, language and sexual orientation backgrounds.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 221L, EDTE 241
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 231 - Instruct Meth:Rdg/Wrtg/Comm I
Credits: 3.00
The primary purpose of this course is to provide opportunities for teacher candidates to understand theoretical constructs related to reading, writing, and communication in classroom curriculum. Teacher candidates will develop pedagogy from an analysis of the processes of natural learning, language acquisition, multiple intelligence, and learning styles. This knowledge will become the framework for instructional methodology for reading, writing, and communication skills.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 241 - Teaching in the Middle School
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this course is to help the prospective middle level/secondary teacher candidate develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of early adolescents. The middle school reform movement and the developmental characteristics and needs of adolescents provide a framework for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 221L, EDTE 221S
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 304 - Concepts in Science
Credits: 3.00
This course presents earth, physical, and space science concepts for elementary teacher candidates.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 305 - Intercultural Competence Devel
Credits: 3.00
This course addresses social justice by introducing students to a developmental process of acquiring cultural self-awareness, developing knowledge and skills that build intercultural competence, and engaging in meaningful reflective self-evaluation. lntercultural Competence involves a set of cognitive, affective, and behavioral skills and characteristics that support appropriate and effective interaction in a variety of cultural contexts (Bennett, J., 2008). This process begins with recognizing new perspectives about personal cultural beliefs, values, and assumptions; and exploring others' cultures and worldviews. The opportunity to understand the worldviews of others will occur through reading and discussion, learning from speakers representing a variety of cultural backgrounds, refugee simulation at World Relief Refugee Resettlement, and reflection.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 315E - Classroom Assessmnt Elem Tchrs
Credits: 3.00
This course will introduce and practice the processes of assessing whether students are meeting desired classroom outcomes, addressing the question, "How do we know our students learned the material?" Multiple methods and types of classroom assessments will be analyzed and evaluated for the purposes of creating a systematic framework that implements, collects, and reviews assessment data. The following assessment components will be discussed, applied and evaluated: timely and appropriate feedback; formative, summative and diagnostic methodologies; classroom assessment instruments; self-assessment applications; clear criteria; scoring guides and rubrics; student voice; and content-specific assessment practices. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 221L Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 315S - Classroom Assessmnt Scdry Tchr
Credits: 3.00
This course will introduce and practice the processes of assessing whether students are meeting desired classroom outcomes, addressing the question, "How do we know our students learned the material?" Multiple methods and types of classroom assessments will be analyzed and evaluated for the purposes of creating a systematic framework that implements, collects, and reviews assessment data. The following assessment components will be discussed, applied and evaluated: timely and appropriate feedback; formative, summative and diagnostic methodologies; classroom assessment instruments; self-assessment applications; clear criteria; scoring guides and rubrics; student voice; and content-specific assessment practices. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 418, EDTE 418L
EDTE 331 - Instruct Meth:Rdg/Wrtg/Comm II
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this course is twofold: one, to prepare teacher candidates to create appropriate lesson plans for literacy instruction and assessment in order to provide opportunities for children to become involved with literacy in a purposeful and meaningful manner. Second, to prepare teacher candidates to become aware and utilize available literary resources, including technology for teaching. An emphasis of this course will be the compatibility of methods of instruction and assessment with regard to Washington State Standards/Common Core Standards. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 331L
EDTE 331L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore first-hand Literacy instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. This course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, teaching, reflecting, and analyzing instructional events occurring at the school site. The course will enable the teacher candidate to observe and participate in instructional decision making, strategies for differentiation, and various assessment modes. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 331
EDTE 390 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 400 - Elementary Methods: Music
Credits: 1.00
This course presents theories and techniques appropriate to teaching Music in the elementary school.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 401 - Elem Methods: Math
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare or teacher candidates for teaching Mathematics in an elementary classroom. Candidates will learn and apply content specific pedagogy, understand the mathematical practices, plan assessment to monitor student learning and foster a mathematical learning environment within the classroom.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 401L
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: C and EDTE 221L Minimum Grade: S and ( MATH 121 Minimum Grade: D or EDSE 417 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 104 Minimum Grade: D ) and ( MATH 203 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 112 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 104 Minimum Grade: D or MATH 157 Minimum Grade: D ) and EDTE 315 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 401L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore first-hand mathematical instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. This course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, teaching, reflecting, and analyzing instructional events occurring at the school site. The course will enable teacher candidate to observe and participate in instructional decision-making, strategies for differentiation, and various assessment modes. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 401
EDTE 402 - Elementary Methods:Social Stdy
Credits: 3.00
This course presents theories and techniques appropriate to teaching Social Studies in the elementary school.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 403 - Elementary Methods: Art
Credits: 1.00
This course presents theories and techniques appropriate for teaching Art in the elementary school.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 404 - Elementary Methods: Science
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates for teaching Science in an elementary classroom. Candidates will understand how students learn and develop scientific knowledge, learn and apply content specific pedagogy, plan assessments to monitor student learning, and foster inquiry in the classroom learning environment.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
General Requirements: 1 courses
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
EDTE 101 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 201 2.01 0 N
and ( EDTE 315 1.01 0 N
) or ( EESP 0.00 0 N
) and ( EDTE 231 0.00 1 N
) or ( EDSE 451 0.00 1 N
) or ( EESP 0.00 0 N
) and ( EDSE 150 0.00 1 N
) or ( EDPE 315 0.00 1 N
) and ( MATH 104 0.00 1 N
) or ( MATH 112 0.00 1 N
) or ( MATH 203 0.00 1 N
) or ( MATH 157 498 0.00 1 N
) and ( EDTE 304 0.00 1 N
) and ( BIOL 101 199 0.00 1 Y
and BIOL 101L 199L 0.00 1 Y
) or ( EDPE 276 0.00 1 N
and EDPE 276L 0.00 1 N
)
EDTE 418 - Discipline Specific Literacy
Credits: 3.00
This course presents the theory and practice for developing interdisciplinary literacy in secondary classrooms including the structure and development of language and its effective expression in specific disciplines are presented in this course. In particular, students gain competencies in working with texts, supporting academic language development, and adapting instruction to make it accessible to English language learners.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 315S, EDTE 418L
EDTE 418L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. . The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 315S, EDTE 418
EDTE 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 440L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form prior to taking this course which can be found on the Gonzaga School of Education website under Field Experience. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 315, EDTE 418
Pre-requisites: EDTE 101 Minimum Grade: D and EDSE 150 Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 201 Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 221S Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 221L Minimum Grade: S and EDTE 241 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 453 - Methods for Teaching ELL
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare elementary and secondary candidates to effectively plan, adapt and design instruction to support English Language Learners' linguistic and academic development. Candidates will explore, analyze, and enact a variety of ELL teaching and assessment methods that can be applied across grade levels, classroom contexts, and content areas.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 454D - Secondary Meth- Theater Arts
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 454E - Secondary Methods-English
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 454F - Secondary Methods-Social Study
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 454L - Field Experience
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore firsthand the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. This course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, teaching, reflecting, and analyzing instructional events occurring at the school site. This course will enable teacher candidates to observe and participate in instructional decision-making, strategies for differentiation, and various assessment models. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. . The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and . In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file. Fall Only.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 454F or EDTE 454M or EDTE 454S or EDTE 454T or EDTE 454E EDTE 454D
EDTE 454M - Secondary Methods-Math
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 454S - Secondary Methods-Science
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 454T - Secondary Methods-World Lang
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
EDTE 455L - Fld Exp:Additional Endorsement
Credits: 1.00
This is a lab course which will accommodate teacher candidates who add-on an additional endorsement. Teacher candidates are required to complete a Field Experience request form prior to taking this course which can be found on the Gonzaga School of Education website under Field Experience. This course must be taken concurrently with an EDTE 454 Discipline Specific Methods course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and a Character and Fitness form on file is required. Fall only.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 454E or EDTE 454F or EDTE 454D or EDTE 454M or EDTE 454S or EDTE 454T
EDTE 460E - Clasrm Mgt & Comm Elem
Credits: 3.00
Teacher candidates are provided with strategies to manage the elementary classroom to create a motivated classroom climate, to communicate with teacher candidates, parents, school, and community agencies, and to deal effectively with problem situations, management, instructional approaches, and corrective measures. Teacher as leader will be the primary metaphor which requires candidates to investigate the role of power and communication in teaching.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221E Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 221L Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 460S - Classroom Management Secondary
Credits: 3.00
Teacher candidates are provided with strategies to manage the secondary classroom, to create a motivated classroom climate, to communicate with student teacher candidates, parents, school, and community agencies, and to deal effectively with problem situations, management, instructional approaches, and corrective measures. Teacher as leader will be the primary metaphor which requires candidates to investigate the role of power and communication in teaching.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDTE 454L
Pre-requisites: EDTE 221S Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 221L Minimum Grade: D and EDTE 241 Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 461 - Reading Diagnosis
Credits: 3.00
This course provides teacher candidates with the in-depth knowledge and skills to identify and diagnose reading strengths and deficiencies of K-12 students. Appropriate instructional strategies for remediation and extension are developed. This class incorporates field experience components. Spring only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 462 - Child and Adol Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course surveys classical and contemporary literary works for children and youth, preschool-early adolescent. Assessment and teaching strategies for the utilization of literature across the K-12 curriculum are presented. Fall only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 464 - Practicum-Reading
Credits: 1.00
This course creates and applies literacy instruction assessment strategies in a K-12 classroom setting. A school location is arranged. Practicum requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via Zagweb. 1 credit = 30 contact hours.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 466 - Literacy for Engl Lang Learner
Credits: 3.00
This course provides literacy knowledge related to working with English Language Learners. Teacher candidates will create classroom materials for K-12 learners to support their literacy and language development. Students will develop knowledge translated into practical application through the creation of lesson plans, instructional materials and tutoring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 469 - The Five Themes of Geography
Credits: 3.00
This course is an introduction to the five themes of geography, location, place, human environment interaction, movement, regions. This course fulfills the geography requirement for a Social Studies endorsement. Spring only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 490 - Directed Reading
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Directed Reading requires completion of a form, and Department permission.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 491 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Individualized study that is designed by the professor. Student teacher candidates follow a prescribed course outline.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 492 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Individualized study that is designed by the student teacher candidate in consultation with the professor. Self-directed learning in a selected area of interest is the process employed. Professor serves as resource.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 494 - Special Project
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
Individualized study that is project-based. The study results in a practical application of educational theory. The project or a written report of the project is submitted to the professor for evaluation.
Lecture: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 495 - Student Teaching Prof Seminar
Credits: 2.00
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 450
Pre-requisites: EDTE 496E Minimum Grade: D or EDTE 496S Minimum Grade: D
EDTE 496E - Elementary Student Teaching
Credits: 12.00
This is a culminating 16 week capstone experience in which the teacher candidate assumes the full responsibility of an elementary teacher under the direction of a University supervisor and a co-operating teacher. Seminars are provided for student interaction, problem solving, certification requirements, and informational support. Current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 450, EDTE 495
General Requirements: 2 gpa.
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
EDPE 417 0.00 1 Y
and EDTE 400 0.00 0 Y
and EDTE 402 0.00 0 Y
and EDTE 403 0.00 0 Y
and EDTE 404 0.00 0 Y
and
Rule CLRM MGT: 1 condition
EDSE 465 0.00 1 N
and EDTE 460A 0.00 1 N
and EDTE 460E 0.00 1 N
and EDTE 460E 0.00 1 N
End of rule CLRM MGT
and
Rule FLD EX 2: 1 condition
EDPE 497A 497C 1.00 0 Y
and EDSE 406 1.00 0 Y
and EDTE 301L 1.00 0 Y
End of rule FLD EX 2
and
Rule FLD EX 3: 1 condition
EDPE 497A 497D 1.00 0 Y
and EDTE 401L 1.00 0 Y
End of rule FLD EX 3
and
Rule HLTH MTH: 1 condition
EDPE 312 1.00 0 Y
and EDPE 416 1.00 0 Y
End of rule HLTH MTH
and
Rule INST MTH: 1 condition
EDSE 451 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 331 2.01 0 N
End of rule INST MTH
and
Rule MATH MTH: 1 condition
EDSE 452 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 303 0.00 0 N
and EDTE 401 0.00 0 N
End of rule MATH MTH
and
Rule PE MTH: 1 condition
EDPE 204 0.00 0 N
and EDPE 415 0.00 0 N
End of rule PE MTH
EDTE 496S - Secondary Student Teaching
Credits: 12.00
This is a culminating 16 week capstone experience in which the teacher candidate assumes the full responsibility of a secondary teacher under the direction of a University supervisor and a co-operating teacher. Seminars are provided for student interaction, problem solving, certification requirements, and informational support. Current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Co-requisites: EDSE 450, EDTE 495
General Requirements: 2 gpa.
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
EDPE 417 0.00 0 N
and EDTE 315 0.00 0 N
and EDTE 418 2.01 0 N
and
Rule FLD EX 2: 1 condition
EDPE 497C 1.00 0 N
and EDTE 454L 1.00 0 N
End of rule FLD EX 2
and
Rule METHOD: 1 condition
EDTE 454D 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 454E 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 454F 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 454M 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 454S 2.01 0 N
and EDTE 454T 2.01 0 N
End of rule METHOD
and ( EDTE 460S 2.01 0 N
)
EDTE 505 - Field Experience I
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore firsthand the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. The course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, reflecting and analyzing instructional events in the school site. The course will enable teacher candidates to observe and participate in instructional decision-making strategies for differentiation, and various assessment models. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience Office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. . The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 506 - Field Experience II
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore firsthand the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. The course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, reflecting and analyzing instructional events in the school site. The course will enable teacher candidates to observe and participate in instructional decision-making strategies for differentiation, and various assessment models. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 507 - Field Experience III
Credits: 1.00
Teacher candidates will have the opportunity to explore firsthand the instruction, assessment, and technology practices that are at work in schools. The course will aid the teacher candidate to focus and integrate learning by observing, reflecting and analyzing instructional events in the school site. The course will enable teacher candidates to observe and participate in instructional decision-making strategies for differentiation, and various assessment models. Teacher candidates are required to submit a Field Experience Request form to the Field Experience Office a minimum of a month prior to the semester they are taking the course. This form can be found on Blackboard under Teacher Certification & Field Experience Materials Course. The field experience requires a minimum of 30 hours in the classroom and travel by car may be required. In addition, current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 509 - Mathematics Methods
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates for teaching mathematics to elementary students. The course will present current theory and practice in mathematics education. Specifically, candidates will develop the knowledge, skills and disposition to teach mathematics to all children.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 510 - Science Methods
Credits: 2.00
This course is designed to prepare teacher candidates for teaching science to elementary students. The course will present current theory and practice in science education. Specifically, candidates will understand how students develop understanding of scientific concepts and learn and apply science specific pedagogy in instructional planning assessment. Spring.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 511 - Instructional Foundations
Credits: 3.00
This course examines the philosophical social, historical and theoretical foundations of learning, intelligence, and instruction in the context of culturally diverse populations. The course also addresses issues and needs pertaining to contemporary American society from both ethical and legal perspectives. Themes include learning theory and human development, philosophy and history of education, cultural competency, ethics, and law as they relate to the classroom teacher.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 512E - Elem Diff Instr & Assmnt
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to engage student teacher candidates in developing competencies and strategies for successful teaching within multiple content areas and with a range of student learning abilities: race, color, national origin, gender, native language, age, social or economic status, family structure and lifestyle, religious preference, or disability. The course will cover the essential elements of K-8 instruction: planning, implementation, accommodations, differentiation and assessment of instruction, and the integration of technology to meet the Washington State's Common Core.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 512S - Sec Diff Instr & Assmnt
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to engage student teacher candidates in developing competencies and strategies for successful teaching within multiple content areas and with a range of student learning abilities: race, color, national origin, gender, native language, age, social or economic status, family structure and lifestyle, religious preference, or disability diverse learners. The course will cover the essential elements of 6-12 instruction: planning, implementation, accommodations, differentiation and assessment of instruction, and the integration of technology to meet the Washington State's Common Core.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 518 - Discipline Specific Literacy
Credits: 3.00
This course presents the theory and practice for developing interdisciplinary literacy in secondary classrooms including the structure and development of language and its effective expression in specific disciplines are presented in this course. In particular, students gain competencies in working with texts, supporting academic language development, and adapting instruction to make it accessible to English language learners.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 520 - Teaching in the Middle School
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this course is to help the prospective middle level/secondary teacher candidate develop in-depth knowledge and understanding of early adolescents. The middle school reform movement and the developmental characteristics and the needs of adolescents provide a framework for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 531 - Inst Meth:Rdg/Wrtg/Comm II
Credits: 3.00
The purpose of this course is twofold: one, to prepare teachers to create appropriate methods for teaching literacy which provide opportunities for children to become involved with literacy in a purposeful and meaningful manner and, second, to become aware of available literary resources, including technology for thematic teaching.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 537 - Integrated Instruction
Credits: 2.00
Candidates will become proficient in creating appropriate opportunities for children to engage in a meaningful way with authentic literature through a variety of methods. Students will develop an integrated curriculum for classroom implementation at a designated grade level, K-12 which appeals to different learning styles and is compatible with state mandates. This integrated curriculum will be in a thematic format which will connect the content areas through the fine arts and the language arts.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 540 - Fndn of Reading and Language
Credits: 3.00
This course provides candidates with the opportunity to investigate theories and practices supporting reading and language arts instruction in K-8 schools. Teacher candidates develop a repertoire of instructional practices to plan for student learning in reading development, writing, grammar, and spelling. Practical approaches to assessment incorporated in the lesson plan.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 550 - Social Studies Methods
Credits: 2.00
This course presents a global approach to the teaching of social studies at the elementary level with an emphasis on age appropriate strategies for teaching major concepts in the variety of social science disciplines.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 553 - Methods for Teaching ELL
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to prepare elementary and secondary candidates to effectively plan, adapt and design instruction to support English Language Learners' linguistic and academic development. Candidates will explore, analyze, and enact a variety of ELL teaching and assessment methods that can be applied across grade levels, classroom contexts, and content areas.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 554E - Secondary Methods-English
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 554F - SecondaryMethods-SocialStudies
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 554L - Field Exp: Add-On Endorsement
Credits: 1.00
This is a lab course which will accommodate teacher candidates who add-on and additional endorsement. Teacher candidates are required complete a Field Experience Request form prior to taking this course which can be found on the Gonzaga School of Education website under Field Experience. This course must be taken concurrently with an EDTE 554A—T Discipline Specific Methods course. Requires current fingerprint clearance throughout the semester and Character & Fitness form on file. Fall only.
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 554M - Secondary Methods-Math
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 554S - Secondary Methods-Science
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 554T - Secondary Methods-World Lang
Credits: 3.00
Discipline Specific Methods address strategies, assessment, and student activities in the academic areas approved for endorsements
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 555E - Clssrm Env:El Mgmt, Proc & Rtn
Credits: 3.00
Teacher candidates are provided with strategies to manage the elementary classroom to create a motivated classroom climate, communicate with teacher candidates, parents, school, and community agencies, and to deal effectively with problem situations, management, instructional approaches, and corrective measures. Teacher as leader will be the primary metaphor which requires candidates to investigate the role of power and communication in teaching.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 555S - Clssrm Env:Sec Mgmt, Proc &Rtn
Credits: 3.00
Teacher candidates are provided with strategies to manage the elementary classroom to create a motivated classroom climate, communicate with teacher candidates, parents, school, and community agencies, and to deal effectively with problem situations, management, instructional approaches, and corrective measures. Teacher as leader will be the primary metaphor which requires candidates to investigate the role of power and communication in teaching.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 561 - Reading Diagnosis
Credits: 3.00
The course provides teacher candidates with the in-depth skills and knowledge to identify and diagnose reading strengths and deficiencies of K-12 students. Appropriate instructional strategies for remediation and extension are developed and implemented. This class incorporates field experience components and is intended for the reading endorsement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 562 - Child and Adol Literature
Credits: 3.00
Survey of classical and contemporary literary works for children and youth, preschool-early adolescent. Assessment and teaching strategies for the utilization of literature across K-12 curriculum. This course is intended for the reading endorsement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 564 - Practicum Reading
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
This course creates and applies literacy instruction/ assessment strategies in a K-12 classroom setting. School location arranged. Practicum requires completion of a form, and Dept. permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB. This course is intended for the reading endorsement.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 566 - Literacy & Engl Lang Learner
Credits: 3.00
This course provides literacy knowledge related to working with English learners. Teacher candidates and tutors will create classroom materials for English language learners to support their learning of literacy knowledge. Teacher candidates will take theoretical knowledge that will be translated into practical application through the creation of lesson plans, stories and tutoring. This course is intended for the reading endorsement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 590 - Directed Readings
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Directed Readings requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 591 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Directed Study requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 592 - Independent Study
Credits: .00 to 6.00
Independent Study requires completion of a form, and department permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: .00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 594 - Special Project
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
Independent Study requires completion of a form, and departmental permission and cannot be registered for via ZAGWEB.
Other: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 611 - Continuing Thesis Education
Credits: 1.00
Other: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 631 - Ed Research Introduction
Credits: 1.00
This introduction to practitioner based research will lay the groundwork and expectation for a master’s level research project to be completed by the end of the MIT program. Content to be introduced include: characteristics of practitioner research, applicable research terminology, qualitative and quantitative methodologies, topic selection, teacher-as-researcher skills and the literature review structure.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 632 - Ed Research and Assessment
Credits: 2.00
This course, a two-credit continuation of educational research, is the second of four research classes offered to Masters of Initial Teaching (MIT) candidates over the span of one year. It is designed to provide the knowledge and skills in qualitative/action research and continue to explain the components of the Student Impact Project (SIP), as well as their connection to the Teacher Performance Assessment, especially the Assessment Task. Course topics to include examples of practitioner-based research, activities to further clarify professional identity and knowledge of students, opportunities to collect and analyze study work samples and assignments to integrate artifacts into a personalized research plan.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 633 - Ed Research & Data Eval
Credits: 2.00
This course, a two-credit continuation of EDTE 631 and EDTE 632, is the third of four research courses offered to Masters of Initial Teaching (MIT) candidates over the span of one year. It is designed to provide a review of the knowledge and skills in qualitative/action research, an overview of data analysis methodologies.
Other: 2.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
EDTE 689 - Professional Seminar
Credits: 1.00
This seminar focuses on the final preparation and presentation of a capstone performance project. It provides the opportunity for critical review by peers and professors. The Professional Seminar is the formal presentation of the completed project. Graduate students present their project before a committee of graduate faculty, peers, and members of the community. Successful completion of the project is required for granting of the MIT degree.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 696A - Student Teaching - Elementary
Credits: 6.00
This is a culminating 16 week capstone experience in which the teacher candidate assumes the full responsibility of an elementary teacher under the direction of a University supervisor and a co-operating teacher. Concurrent seminars are provided for student interaction, problem solving, certification requirements and informational support. Current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 696B - Student Teaching - Secondary
Credits: 6.00
This is a culminating 16 week capstone experience in which the teacher candidate assumes the full responsibility of a secondary teacher under the direction of a University supervisor and a co-operating teacher. Concurrent seminars are provided for student interaction, problem solving, certification requirements and informational support. Current fingerprint clearance from the WSP and FBI throughout the semester and Pre-Residency Clearance is on file.
Other: 6.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 699 - Comprehensive Oral Exam
Credits: .00
Other: .00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
Restrictions:
EDTE 900 - Workshop
Credits: 1.00 to 12.00
Lecture: 1.00 to 12.00
College: School of Education
Department: Teacher Education
ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
EENG 201 - Circuit Analysis I
Credits: 3.00
Fundamental electrical laws; network theorems. Basic circuit elements: resistance, inductance, capacitance, independent and controlled sources, and op-amps. Techniques of circuit analysis; steady-state and transient responses; first-order and second-order circuits; complex numbers; sinusoidal analysis. Three lectures hours per week. MATH 258 and PHYS 103 are co-requisites or pre-requisites for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 201L
Pre-requisites: MATH 258 Minimum Grade: D and PHYS 103 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 201L - Circuit Analysis I Lab
Credits: 1.00
Three laboratory hours per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 201.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 201
EENG 202 - Circuit Analysis II
Credits: 3.00
Continuation of EENG 201. Sinusoidal steady-state analysis; RMS value; real , reactive, and complex powers; balanced three-phase circuits; second-order circuits; frequency response; Bode plots; resonance; complex frequency; transfer functions; two-port circuits; magnetically coupled circuits; transformers.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 201 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 301 - Electro Fields and Materials
Credits: 4.00
Application of vector calculus to static and time-varying electric and magnetic fields; electromagnetic properties of conductors, insulators, dielectrics, and ferromagnetic materials; Maxwell's equations; electromagnetic waves; transmission lines. Four lecture hours per week. EENG 202 is a co-requisite or pre-requisite for this course.
Lecture: 4.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 201 Minimum Grade: D and PHYS 204 Minimum Grade: D and MATH 259 Minimum Grade: D and EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 303 - Electronics Design I
Credits: 3.00
Introduction to electronics design concepts; semiconductor devices and their associated electrical behavior; amplifier modeling, design, and trade-offs; practical designing, building, testing, and analyzing of electronic circuits. Three lecture hours per week. EENG 202 is a co-requisite or pre-requisite for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 201 Minimum Grade: D and EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 303L - Electronics Design I Lab
Credits: 1.00
Three hours laboratory per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 303.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 303
EENG 304 - Electronics Design II
Credits: 3.00
Continuation of EENG 303. Frequency response and distortion; tuned circuits; operational amplifiers; power amplifiers; feedback concepts and oscillators; digital circuits; astable circuits; data conversion; practical design and application of electronic circuits. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 304L
Pre-requisites: EENG 303 Minimum Grade: D EENG 303 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 304L - Electronics Design II Lab
Credits: 1.00
Three laboratory hours per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 304.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 304
EENG 311 - Signals and Systems
Credits: 4.00
Signals and systems; types of signals; properties of systems; convolution integral; Fourier series; Fourier transform and applications; Laplace transform and applications; Sampling Theorem. Four lecture hours per week. EENG 202 and MATH 260 are co-requisites or pre-requisites for this course.
Lecture: 4.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D and MATH 260 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 322 - Probabilistic Mtds Elect Eng
Credits: 3.00
Introduction to probability; random variables; multiple random variables; elements of statistics; applications in electrical and computer engineering. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: MATH 258 Minimum Grade: D and EENG 311 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 340 - Intro Electric Power Engin
Credits: 3.00
Magnetic circuits; principles of electromechanical energy conversion; transformers; synchronous machines; three-phase induction machines; D.C. machines; transmission lines; power system modeling; power flow analysis. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 340L
Pre-requisites: EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 340L - Intro Electric Power Engin Lab
Credits: 1.00
Three hours of laboratory per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 340.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 340
EENG 391 - Engineering Design
Credits: 1.00
Preparatory course for EENG 491 Senior Design Project. Fundamentals of the engineering design process fundamentals: project requirements analysis and specification, system design, detailed design, testing and written and oral presentations. Project management: tasks, schedules, budget, critical items and fall back options. Ethics and professionalism. One lecture hour per week.
Lecture: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
Pre-requisites: EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 401 - Electronics III
Credits: 3.00
Physics and technology of semiconductor devices; Carrier transport phenomena; p-n junctions; Metal semiconductor junctions; Device operation based on junction physics; Process technologies; Some simulations using modern software. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 304 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 402 - Electromag Waves and Materials
Credits: 3.00
Continuation of EENG 301. Time varying fields; electromagnetic waves and transmission lines; metallic waveguides and resonators; principles of photonics; antennas. Three lectures hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 301 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 403 - Passive and Active Filter Dsgn
Credits: 3.00
Properties of network functions; properties and realizations of LC and RC driving point functions; passive realizations of transfer functions; Butterworth, Chebyshev, and Bessel filter approximations; design techniques for low-pass, high- pass, band-bass, and band-elimination filters. Basic building blocks for active filters; direct and cascade realizations approaches. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 311 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 406 - Intro to Integrated Circuit
Credits: 3.00
Structural design of digital integrated circuits in MOS technology; layout, design rules, fabrication techniques; use of computer automated design and simulation tools, and high-level description language. Three lecture hours per week. EENG 304 is a co-requisite or pre-requisite for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 304 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 411 - Intro to Control Systems
Credits: 3.00
Analysis and design of linear closed-loop systems; stability; design based on root locus and root contours. A package of computer programs is used for homework and design problems. Three lectures hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 421, EENG 425
Pre-requisites: EENG 303 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 412 - Digital Control Systems
Credits: 3.00
Classical and modern control system analysis and design techniques. Sampling; stability; frequency response; root locus; state variables in discrete time; controllability; observability; state variable feedback; pole placement and observers. A package of computer programs is used for homework and a design project. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 411 Minimum Grade: D or MENG 411 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 413 - Automation
Credits: 2.00
Use of programmable controllers to automate manufacturing processes and equipment; ladder logic and state based control languages; controller architecture and systems software; structured design using Grafcet; interactive graphic operator interface design; safety considerations; sensors and instrumentation; single loop controllers. Two lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: CPSC 121 Minimum Grade: D and ( EENG 311 Minimum Grade: D or MENG 301 Minimum Grade: D )
EENG 413L - Automation Lab
Credits: 1.00
Three laboratory hours per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 413 (ENSC413).
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
EENG 421 - Intro Communication Systems
Credits: 3.00
Basic concepts in communication systems: correlation and power spectral density; pulse modulation; amplitude modulation; angle modulation; effects of noise. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 311 Minimum Grade: D and EENG 322 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 422 - Digital Communication Systems
Credits: 3.00
Statistical Communications: random processes; formatting and baseband transmissions; bandpass modulation and demodulation; communication link analysis; block and convolutional channel coding; modulation and coding tradeoffs. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Pre-requisites: EENG 421 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 424 - Digital Signal Processing
Credits: 3.00
Discrete Fourier Transform and circular convolution; Fast Fourier Transform; use of windows in spectral estimation; filter approximations; design and realization of IIR and FIR digital filters; effects of finite word size; sampling rate conversion. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 311 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 425 - Communication-Control Lab
Credits: 1.00
Experimental investigation of concepts and subsystems used in communications and controls. Three hour laboratory per week. Taken concurrently with EENG 411 and EENG 421.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Co-requisites: EENG 411, EENG 421
EENG 427 - Wireless Systems
Credits: 3.00
Fundamentals of RF stages of modern wireless systems including antennas, propagation, fading, noise, receiver design, modulation methods and bit error rates. Components of wireless systems, including filters, amplifiers, mixers, oscillators, and phase-locked loops. Initial coverage includes transmission lines, S-parameters, impedance matching, and random processes. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 202 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 428 - Wireless Systems II
Credits: 3.00
Advanced topics in modern RF/microwave wireless component design including microstrip transmission lines, filters and amplifiers. Mixer, oscillator and phase-locked loop basics. Digital modulation methods and bit error rates. Introduction to information capacity. Receiver design. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 427 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 441 - Analysis of Power Systems
Credits: 3.00
Per unit system; transmission line parameters; power system models; generators, transformers, lines, loads; power flow problem and solution methods; symmetrical components; symmetrical and unsymmetrical fault analysis; use of computer software package to solve power-flow and short- circuit problems. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 340 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 442 - Electr Pwr Distbn System Eng
Credits: 3.00
Distribution system planning; load characteristics; distribution transformer applications; design of sub-transmission lines, substations, primary and secondary distribution systems; voltage regulation; capacitor applications; protection. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 340 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 443 - Analysis of Electrl Machines
Credits: 3.00
D.C. machine dynamics; D.C. motor starters and controllers; synchronous machine steady-state and transient performance; polyphase induction machine dynamics; A.C. motor starters and controllers; transformer applications; fractional horsepower A.C. motors; power electronics. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 340 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 444 - Computnl Mthds for Power Systm
Credits: 3.00
Power system matrices;-bus and Z-bus matrices; computer programming considerations: sparsely, triangular factorization; computer solutions of power flow fault circulations; protective relays; protection of generators, transformers, and transmission lines; stability concepts; transient stability, computer simulations. Three lecture hours per week.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Pre-requisites: EENG 441 Minimum Grade: D
EENG 481 - Special Topics Electrical Eng
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Courses of special interest may be offered from time to time. Prerequisites will depend on the nature of the material offered and will be announced.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Electrical Engineering
ENGLISH LANGUAGE CENTER
ELCT 016 - Intro to Listening & Speaking
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 018 - Intro to Grammar Support
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 019 - Intro to Reading and Writing
Credits: 9.00
Lecture: 9.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 026 - Basic Listening and Speaking
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 028 - Basic Grammar Support
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 029 - Basic Reading & Writing
Credits: 9.00
Lecture: 9.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 036 - Intermediate Oral Comm
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 038 - Intermediate Grammar Support
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 039 - Inter Reading & Writing
Credits: 9.00
Lecture: 9.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 046 - Advanced Oral Comm
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 048 - Advanced Grammar Support
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 049 - Advanced Reading & Writing
Credits: 9.00
Lecture: 9.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 056 - Communications Seminar
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 058 - Language Awareness
Credits: 6.00
Lecture: 6.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 059 - Academic Seminar
Credits: 9.00
Lecture: 9.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 099 - English Language Workshop
Credits: .00 to 20.00
Lecture: .00 to 20.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
English Language Center
ELCT 099E - Special Topics
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 107 - Community Engaged Learning
Credits: .00
Lecture: .00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 108 - Language Awareness
Credits: 2.00
The overall goal of this course is to promote greater student awareness of language use. Students will develop their ability to recognize and produce an increasingly sophisticated range and complexity of English. Students will also regularly analyze and correct (their own) written and spoken production. While the focus is on accuracy and fluency in both spoken and written English, students will also develop greater sensitivity to linguistic identity including the audience, purpose, register, and rhetorical choices and to the intersectionality of language, culture, communication, and identity. Eligible students will include Global Bridge students, international freshmen and transfer students, exchange and visiting international students, and other interested persons. Permission to enroll in the course is to be obtained from the Global Bridge Coordinator.
Lecture: 2.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 109 - Academic Seminar
Credits: 5.00
This class provides a strong base of integrated skills that support success in American academic and social contexts. Course objectives focus on reading broadly for varied purposes and from a variety of sources; engaging in the critical reading-into-writing process; composing texts in diverse registers and voices; engaging in short as well as more sustained recursive research; and most importantly, participating actively and sharing and integrating world perspectives into larger academic conversations. Eligible students will include Global Bridge students, international freshmen and transfer students, exchange and visiting international students, and other interested persons. Permission to enroll in the course is to be obtained from the Global Bridge Coordinator.
Lecture: 5.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 110 - Communication Seminar
Credits: 2.00
In this course, students will be introduced to and cultivate an understanding of interpersonal, intercultural, and small-group communication. Students will improve their ability to communicate orally and listen effectively in a variety of academic and social situations. Students will learn to apply the necessary critical thinking, reasoning, and research skills to compose and present several speeches. In addition, this course will critically examine the readings and assignments of COMM 100. Eligible students will include Global Bridge students, international freshmen and transfer students, exchange and visiting international students, and other interested persons. Permission to enroll in the course is to be obtained from the Global Bridge Coordinator.
Lecture: 2.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 120 - Global Bridge II
Credits: 3.00
ELCT 120 is designed specifically for Gonzaga international students concurrently enrolled in PHIL 101. The main goal of the class is to help students be successful and vibrant members of Gonzaga's academic community. Students will identify and analyze assumptions, beliefs, values and rhetorical styles in western academic culture, as well as other cultures. They will understand, explore and apply the underlying concepts, structures and methods, and discipline specific terminology necessary to be successful in Philosophy 101: Reasoning. Students will also develop strategies that will enable them to engage with texts, lead and participate in meaningful ways in academic discussions, and produce increasingly sophisticated written responses. Finally, students will develop and apply a personal learning philosophy that enables them to interact and contribute in explicit ways to the academic community. Eligible students will include Global Bridge students, graduates of Gonzaga's ELC, international freshmen and transfer students, exchange and visiting international students, and other interested persons. Permission to enroll in the course is to be obtained from the Global Bridge Coordinator.
Lecture: 3.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
Pre-requisites: ELCT 110 Minimum Grade: D
ELCT 121 - Multilingual Student Writing
Credits: 3.00
This Global Bridge class is designed to prepare multilingual students and/or non-native speakers of English for successful participation in the academic life at an American university with a focus on critical written expression. The course will address American university writing expectations, but more importantly consider how diverse personal experiences, cultural perspectives, values and norms shape the formation and understanding of knowledge and choices as writers and scholars. Students will use a variety of texts and research methods to effectively support and explore a sustained critical analysis that takes into account contextual influences. They will also develop a personal learning philosophy that incorporates learning strategies and linguistic skills in order to create a space and position themselves to interact and contribute in explicit ways to the academic community. Eligible students will include Global Bridge students, graduates of Gonzaga's ELC, international freshmen and transfer students, exchange and visiting international students, and other interested persons. Permission to enroll in the course is to be obtained from the Global Bridge Coordinator.
Lecture: 3.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 180 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 20.00
Other: 1.00 to 20.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 185 - ESL pre-test Registration
Credits: 5.00 to 21.00
Other: 5.00 to 21.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
ELCT 190 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 20.00
Other: 1.00 to 20.00
College: English Language Center
Department: English Language Center
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Levels:
English As Second Language
ENGLISH
ENGL 101 - Writing
Credits: 3.00
This course helps students develop the foundational skills of critical reading, thinking, analysis, and writing. Students will learn a variety of approaches to writing, sharpen critical reading and information literacy skills, and produce formal and informal texts that ethically and persuasively appeal to a range of audiences for distinct purposes.
Other: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 102 - Intro to Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course exposes students to a range of literary genres and assists students in developing and articulating ideas about texts in oral and written form.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 103H - Honors Literature I
Credits: 3.00
A survey of literature in the Western tradition from the Classical to Renaissance periods. The equivalent of ENGL 101 or ENGL 200 for Honors students.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: HONS 190 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 104H - Honors Literature II
Credits: 3.00
A survey of Literature in the Western tradition since the Renaissance. The equivalent of ENGL 102, ENGL 105, or ENGL 106 for Honors students.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: HONS 190 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 105 - Themes in Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course introduces students to literary study through the exploration of a particular theme. This course exposes students to a range of literary genres and assists students in developing and articulating ideas about texts in oral and written form.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 106 - Sp Top:Multicltrl & World Lit
Credits: 3.00
This course introduces students to literature through works produced by different minority groups in America and/or by cultures throughout the world. This course exposes students to a range of literary genres and assists students in developing and articulating ideas about texts in oral and written form.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 190 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty. Prerequisite: Permission from department.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 193 - FYS:
Credits: 3.00
The First-Year Seminar (FYS) introduces new Gonzaga students to the University, the Core Curriculum, and Gonzaga’s Jesuit mission and heritage. While the seminars will be taught by faculty with expertise in particular disciplines, topics will be addressed in a way that illustrates approaches and methods of different academic disciplines. The seminar format of the course highlights the participatory character of university life, emphasizing that learning is an active, collegial process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Restrictions:
ENGL 200 - Intermediate Composition
Credits: 3.00
Building upon skills developed in earlier courses that required writing, students will engage in a deliberate study of the art and craft of writing and give special emphasis to building a multi-genre portfolio of their original writing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 101 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 201 - Studies in Poetry
Credits: 3.00
The study of poetry, with emphasis on the major elements: imagery, tone, rhythm, etc.; practice in effective critical writing focused on explication and interpretation of poems.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 202 - Studies in Fiction
Credits: 3.00
The study of fiction, with emphasis on the major elements of narrative form: plot, character, point of view, etc.; practice in effective critical writing focused on textual analysis and interpretation of short stories and novels.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 203 - Studies in Drama
Credits: 3.00
The study of drama, with emphasis on major elements of dramatic form: action, audience, structure, character, etc.; practice in effective writing focused on close reading and interpretation of plays. Readings will include a variety of types and forms that reflect the traditions of the genre.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 204 - Studies in Film
Credits: 3.00
A survey of the history of film from Edison to today. Students will study major figures and movements, the essential terms and ideas of film-making, and technical advances from silent through contemporary films.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Restrictions:
ENGL 205 - Studies in Shakespeare
Credits: 3.00
An introductory survey of Shakespeare's histories, comedies, and tragedies as well as the sonnets; close textual analysis.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 206H - Honors Literature III
Credits: 3.00
A Capstone Course for Honors students providing an in-depth study in a specific area of literary approaches. Examples include a specific genre, historical/literary period, theme, author, etc.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 101 Minimum Grade: D and HONS 190 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 207 - Lit of Western Civilization I
Credits: 3.00
This course is a survey of Classical, Medieval and Renaissance literature of the Western tradition.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 208 - Lit Western Civilization II
Credits: 3.00
This course is a survey of the Western tradition in literature since the Renaissance.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 210 - British Literature Survey I
Credits: 3.00
This course is a survey of British literature through the 18th Century.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 220 - British Literature Survey II
Credits: 3.00
This course is a survey of British literature since the 18th Century.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 230 - Survey of American Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course examines a selection of representative American writers from the Colonial period to the present.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 240 - Top: Multcultural Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course examines literature produced by different social, ethnic and racial groups within the United States.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 260 - Top:World Literature
Credits: 3.00
This course examines selected authors, themes and historical periods in world literature with emphasis on works outside the Western tradition.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 285 - Special Topics
Credits: 3.00
This course provides special offerings in English literature that may not fit under other 200-level course offering descriptions. Topics will be approved by the Department Chair.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 291 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 300 - Research & Writing for Majors
Credits: 3.00
Students will learn how to engage in academic discourse through research-informed writing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 301 - Poetry Writing
Credits: 3.00
The practice of poetry writing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 302 - Fiction Writing
Credits: 3.00
The practice of fiction writing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 303 - Creative Non-Fiction Writing
Credits: 3.00
The practice of writing creative non-fiction.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 305 - The Writing Traveler
Credits: 3.00
The practice of writing poetry, fiction, and essays in the context of foreign travel and residency.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 306 - Special Topics in Writing
Credits: 3.00
A study of writing practices within a focused context. Possible examples include: the intersection of visual media and written texts; ekphrastic writing; nature writing; and/or specific study of the relationship between writing and place.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 310 - American Literature I
Credits: 3.00
Colonial American literature to the early Romantic movement of the 1830s and 1840s.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 311 - American Literature II
Credits: 3.00
American literature from 1840-1900.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 312 - American Literature III
Credits: 3.00
American literature from 1900 to present.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 313 - American Narratives
Credits: 3.00
Over 200 years of literature relating to the aspirations and fears of colonists/Americans, from 1620 to 1854.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 314 - Multicultural Lit of the US
Credits: 3.00
Literature produced by different social, ethnic and racial groups in the U.S.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 316 - Studies in Post Colonial Lit
Credits: 3.00
Works written in English by writers responding to the impact of Western colonization and imperialism.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 318 - African-American Literature
Credits: 3.00
A study of African-American writers.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 323 - Medieval Lit:Rage&Romance
Credits: 3.00
This course is a general survey of English literature in the Middle Ages. Students will encounter the major texts, themes and genres recorded in Old English and Middle English.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 330 - Shakespeare
Credits: 3.00
Selected plays and poetry.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 331 - Renaissance Literature
Credits: 3.00
British literature covering the period 1500-1700, excluding drama.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 340 - The Romantic Age
Credits: 3.00
British writers of the Romantic period, 1798-1832, with emphasis on poetry.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 342 - Victorian Era
Credits: 3.00
Writers of the Victorian Era, 1832-1901, with emphasis on poetry.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 348 - Restoration & 18th Century Lit
Credits: 3.00
Major prose, drama and poetry from 1660-1800, exclusive of the novel.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 350 - Twentieth Century British Lit
Credits: 3.00
British literature of the Twentieth Century including poetry, drama and prose.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 360 - Modern Drama
Credits: 3.00
This course will cover a broad sweep of plays from the modern and contemporary eras of drama, emphasizing the beginnings of dramatic modernism in nineteenth-century continental Europe (texts to be read in translation), as well as the development of drama in Britain and America from the late nineteenth century to the present.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 366 - Themes in Literature
Credits: 3.00
Topic to be determined by faculty. Florence, campus only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 367 - Love inthe Renaissance
Credits: 3.00
This course addresses the centrality of love in the Renaissance literature in its conceptual and aesthetic complexity. Spring, Florence campus only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements: 0 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 103H 1.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 1.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 102 199 1.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 1.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 1.00 0 N
)
ENGL 368 - 20th Century Novel
Credits: 3.00
This course, a blend of Comparative Literature and Cultural Studies, is a journey that begins with the Ancient Greeks and somehow also ends with the Ancient Greeks: their culture, their myths, their literature, and their discoveries. Through reading and discussion of some 20th century novels, it will follow the path travelled by modern man and woman by focusing on cultural evolution and attitudes shaped by social context, especially during the 19th and 20th centuries. Fall and Spring, Florence campus only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 390 - Writing Center Practicum
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Students tutor in the Writing Center under the supervision of the Writing Center Director.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 391 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 394 - Topics in Film
Credits: 3.00
An examination of narrower topics in film including possibly: the film traditions of other nations (e.g. France, Italy, Japan, or Russia); periods (silent films of the 1920s; French New Wave; American film of the 1970s); or themes (e.g. the Western from Porter to Eastwood or Shakespeare on film). The class will include significant readings from major critics (e.g. James Agee's reviews and essays) and filmmakers (e.g. Truffaut on the auteur).
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 395 - The Teaching of Writing
Credits: 3.00
Students will demonstrate their ability to research and respond to theories and practices pertaining to composing and to the teaching of writing. They will acquire this ability, in part, by writing about and discussing observations of writers in action, by reflecting critically on their own composing processes, and by reading and responding to writing from a variety of genres. Key specific learning outcomes include translating theory into practice and discussing the politics and assessment of language as applied to written English in a variety of rhetorical settings. Fulfills Elective requirement. Required for students seeking teacher certification.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 401 - Advanced Poetry Writing
Credits: 3.00
An intensive exploration of the practice of writing poetry. Specific sections may focus on subgenres including lyrical poetry, narrative poetry, and/or the long poem.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 301 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 302 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 303 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 305 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 306 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 402 - Advanced Fiction Writing
Credits: 3.00
An intensive exploration of the practice of writing fiction. Specific sections may focus on subgenres including the novella, flash fiction, and/or chapters within a novel.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 301 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 302 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 303 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 305 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 306 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 403 - Advanced Nonfiction Writing
Credits: 3.00
An intensive and challenging exploration of the practice of writing nonfiction. Specific sections may focus on the intersection of nonfiction writing and focused subject matter.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 301 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 302 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 303 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 305 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 306 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 406 - Adv Special Topics in Writing
Credits: 3.00
An intensive and challenging study on writing practices within a focused context. Possible examples include: writing and philosophy, writing and questions of social justice, environmental writing, and/or writing and mysticism.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Pre-requisites: ENGL 301 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 302 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 303 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 305 Minimum Grade: D or ENGL 306 Minimum Grade: D
ENGL 413 - 19th Century American Novel
Credits: 3.00
Major American novels of the period 1800-1900.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 414 - 20th Century American Novel
Credits: 3.00
Selected major novelists of the 20th Century.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 415 - Recent American Writing
Credits: 3.00
American prose and poetry since World War II.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 418 - American Indian Literatures
Credits: 3.00
This course is designed to introduce students to several important texts in the multifaceted genre of American Indian literature as well as to invite students into a critical discussion of contemporary issues centering on the relationship between American Indian literatures and contemporary sociopolitical and -cultural realities and issues. We will examine the role of American Indian literature in the continual process of cultural maintenance as well as identity (re)construction. Through close reading of texts by writers from various tribes and regions, students will explore the heterogeneity of Native America and the complexities of all attempts to define or shape indigenous nationhood in the United States. We will contextualize these texts in discussions of social justice issues particular to Native America, including but not limited to the five definitions of genocide; geographical and cultural displacements; and "third world" living conditions. We will also be engaged in dialogues about local and national American Indian cultures in cooperation with the American Indian Studies house on campus. Spring, odd years.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 420 - Beowulf: In-Laws and Out Laws
Credits: 3.00
Language and literary study of the Old English period with special emphasis on the anonymous epic poem Beowulf.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 423 - Chaucer
Credits: 3.00
Chaucer's principal works in the original language.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 433 - Milton & His Contemporaries
Credits: 3.00
Poetry and prose from the 17th Century with particular emphasis on Milton.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 434 - Tudor & Stuart Drama
Credits: 3.00
Principal plays 1520-1640, excluding Shakespeare.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 436 - 18th Century British Novel
Credits: 3.00
The British novel from 1700-1800.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 438 - Restoration 18th C Brit Drama
Credits: 3.00
British drama from the re-opening of the London stages in 1660 through 1800.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 440 - Literature of the Americas
Credits: 3.00
A study in contemporary American literature inclusive of texts and writers from Canada, the U.S., and all of Latin America.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 446 - 19th Century British Novel
Credits: 3.00
The British novel from 1800-1900.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 450 - 20th Century British Novel
Credits: 3.00
The British novel from 1900 and 2000.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 450L - 19th/20th Century Novel
Credits: 4.00
Lecture: 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 455 - Special Topics in American Lit
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topics to be decided by faculty.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 460 - Studies in Women Writers
Credits: 3.00
Selected authors and themes.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 462 - Studies in the Novel
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
Selected authors and themes.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 464 - Studies in 20th Century Poetry
Credits: 3.00
A study of poetry written in English since 1900.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 465 - Studies in 20th Century Drama
Credits: 3.00
Major figures of the modern European and American theater since 1900.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 466 - Topics in Literature
Credits: 3.00
Selected authors or themes.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 467 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
The course will tie in to the Florence experience and will require reading literature in English or in translation.
Lecture: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 480 - Crit Theory:Lit & Cltrl Stdy
Credits: 3.00
Theories about the nature of literature and criticism.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 485 - Poetics
Credits: 3.00
This course will study English Language poetry from Chaucer to present. Focus on the "formal" qualities of poetry.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 490 - Directed Reading
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
A directed program of readings and written responses.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 492 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Courses which allow the individual student to engage in interdepartmental and interdisciplinary study. Credit by arrangement.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 495 - Senior Seminar
Credits: 3.00
A focused, in-depth study of a literary/cultural topic chosen by the instructor. The course will familiarize students with the critical conversation surrounding the topic, prepare them to engage in this and similar conversations, and have them enter into this conversation through well-informed, well-argued, research-based, critical study that will constitute the written aspect of the Senior Project. Required for English Majors. Senior standing or permission of Department Chair. To be taken concurrently with ENGL 499.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
English
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Co-requisites: ENGL 499
ENGL 496 - Writing Senior Project
Credits: .00
This course is required of students pursuing the writing concentration in the English major and consists of the chief components: 1) a critical/historical review contextualizing the student's creative work in literary tradition and 2) an original creative manuscript of the student's poetry/prose/drama/non-fiction.
Other: .00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements: 2 courses
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
0.00 2 N
ENGL 497 - Internship
Credits: .00 to 6.00
Professional experience in literature- or writing-related field. Students must take the initiative to contact an agency and an English Department faculty member willing to supervise the internship. Does not count towards program electives for the major or minor.
Other: .00 to 6.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
General Requirements:
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 104H 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 102 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 105 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 106 0.00 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 206H 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 219 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 201 249 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 251 299 0.00 1 N
) or ( ENGL 207H 0.00 0 N
) or ( TRAN 2LIT 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 222 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220C 0.00 0 N
) or ( CLAS 220 0.00 0 N
) or ( WGST 220 0.00 0 N
) and ( ENGL 101 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 200 0.00 0 N
) or ( ENGL 101H 0.00 0 N
)
ENGL 498 - Directed Research
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
A directed program in which the individual student will engage in approved research activity and submit a scholarly paper or papers.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
ENGL 499 - Senior Project
Credits: .00
Academic paper produced in Senior Seminar (ENGL 495). Required for English majors. To be taken concurrently with ENGL 495.
Other: .00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: English
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Co-requisites: ENGL 495
ENGINEERING SCIENCE
ENSC 191 - First Year Seminar
Credits: 3.00
An introduction to multiple aspects of engineering as well as the university intellectual life. A primary focus is on programming and the use of computers within the engineering disciplines. Through a focus on hands-on projects performed in teams, the course introduces students to commonalities and differences among the engineering disciplines, modes of inquiry, project design, teaming, skills in professional/technical writing, persuasive arguments (based on evidence, logic and critical thinking), innovation, and the use of multiple languages (English, computing, graphic) to communicate technical ideas to colleagues and clients. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Co-requisites: ENSC 191L
ENSC 191L - First Year Seminar Lab
Credits: .00
See ENSC 191.
Lecture: .00 Lab: .00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Co-requisites: ENSC 191
ENSC 192 - First Year Seminar
Credits: 3.00
A continuation of the concepts introduced in ENSC 191. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Co-requisites: ENSC 192L
ENSC 192L - First Year Seminar Lab
Credits: .00
See ENSC 192.
Lecture: .00 Lab: .00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Co-requisites: ENSC 192
ENSC 193 - FYS:
Credits: 3.00
The First-Year Seminar (FYS) introduces new Gonzaga students to the University, the Core Curriculum, and Gonzaga’s Jesuit mission and heritage. While the seminars will be taught by faculty with expertise in particular disciplines, topics will be addressed in a way that illustrates approaches and methods of different academic disciplines. The seminar format of the course highlights the participatory character of university life, emphasizing that learning is an active, collegial process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Engineering/Appl Sci
ENSC 205 - Statics
Credits: 3.00
A vector treatment of systems of forces and moments in equilibrium. Topics include centroids, distributed loads, effects of friction; analysis of trusses and frames and calculations of moments of inertia. PHYS 103 is a co-requisite or pre-requisite for this course.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: PHYS 103 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 244 - Computer Methods for Engineers
Credits: 3.00
Course developing facility in the solution of engineering problems by numerical methods using digital computers. A practical treatment of the computational tools for solving linear and non-linear algebraic equations, and ordinary differential equations. Techniques of numerical differentiation, integration, regression analysis, and interpolation. Use of mathematics computer software.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: MATH 260 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 290 - Directed Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be decided by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 300 - Engineering Economics
Credits: 2.00
Techniques of evaluating engineering decisions in the economic realm. Selected topics include: annual cost, present worth, future worth, rate of return, and benefit cost ratio analysis in engineering project alternatives.
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Pre-requisites: MATH 258 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 301 - Mechanics of Materials I
Credits: 3.00
Behavior of materials, elementary theories of stress and strain, generalization of these theories to stress distribution, and deformation and instability in structural members.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: ENSC 205 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 306 - Dynamics
Credits: 3.00
A vector treatment of kinematics and kinetics. General motion of a particle, energy and momentum methods for particles and rigid bodies.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: ENSC 205 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 352 - Fluid Mechanics
Credits: 3.00
Fluid properties, fluid statics, fluids in motion, momentum and energy equations, dimensional analysis, boundary layers, flow in conduits, drag and lift.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: ENSC 205 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 355 - Thermal Science
Credits: 3.00
First and second law of thermodynamics applied to closed and open systems; introduction to conduction, convection, and radiation heat transfer. For non-mechanical engineering majors only.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Major Fields of Study:
Mechanical Engineering
ENSC 371 - Advanced Engineering Math
Credits: 3.00
Application of advanced mathematical techniques to problems of interest to engineers and scientists. Analytical methods involving topics such as ordinary and partial differential equations, special functions, and complex valued functions.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: MATH 260 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 400 - Fund of Engineering Exam
Credits: .00
Proctoring of the practice examination for Students in preparation for the Fundamental of Engineering Exam (1st exam toward professional licensing), and of the School of Engineering and Applied Sciences assessment surveys (dates and times are announced during the semester). Also requires Students to take the Washington State Fundamentals of Engineering (FE) Examination. Students must show proof of final registration with the State of Washington for the Fundamentals of Engineering examination, or proof of having taken the examination in the State of Washington, as part of the requirements of this course.
Other: .00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Mechanical Engineering
Pre-requisites: EENG 491 Minimum Grade: D or MENG 491 Minimum Grade: D or ENSC 491 Minimum Grade: D or CENG 491 Minimum Grade: D or CPSC 491 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 405 - Engineering Project Management
Credits: 3.00
Current tools used to manage engineering and technical projects. Topics covering both theory and practice: Definition of a project; Management and organization; Project planning, including chartering, project scope management, project time (schedule) management, project cost management, quality management, communications, project risk management, and procurement/contract management; Project control; and Project completion/termination.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ENSC 413 - Automation
Credits: 2.00
Use of programmable controllers to automate manufacturing processes and equipment. Ladder logic and state based control languages. Controller architecture and system software. Structured design using Grafcet. Interactive graphic operator interface design. Safety considerations. Sensors and instrumentation. Single Loop Controllers
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Pre-requisites: ENSC 244 Minimum Grade: D and ( EENG 411 Minimum Grade: D or MENG 361 Minimum Grade: D )
ENSC 413L - Automation Lab
Credits: 1.00
Must be taken concurrently with ENSC 413. Three hour lab per week.
Lab: 1.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 481 - Special Topics in Engineering
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
Special topics in engineering. Admission is based on satisfying any specified pre-requisite, co-requisite and/or restrictions particular to that special topic course. Fall and Spring.
Other: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Junior
Senior
ENSC 482 - Special Topics
Credits: 1.00 to 6.00
Special topics in engineering. Admission is based on satisfying any specified pre-requisite, co-requisite and/or restrictions particular to that special topic course. Fall and Spring.
Other: 1.00 to 6.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 483 - Independent Study in Engineer
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Admission is based on evidence of ability to pursue independent study in depth and approval of a submitted project in engineering science. Prerequisite: permission of Department Chair and Dean. Fall and Spring.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 484 - Independent Study in Engineer
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Admission is based on evidence of ability to pursue independent study in depth and approval of a submitted project in engineering science. Prerequisite: permission of Department Chair and Dean. Fall and Spring.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 490 - Directed Study
Credits: .00 to 3.00
Directed study of a specific topic in engineering. Admission is based on satisfying any specified pre-requisite, co-requisite and/or restrictions particular to that topic in this course. Fall and Spring.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
ENSC 491 - Senior Design Project I
Credits: 2.00
Elective senior design project of an interdisciplinary or specialized nature involving both technical and non-technical aspects of an engineering problem for students in any of the engineering majors. Fall.
Other: 2.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
ENSC 492 - Senior Design Project II
Credits: 3.00
Ongoing completion of an elective senior design project of an interdisciplinary or specialized nature involving both technical and non-technical aspects of an engineering problem for students in any of the engineering majors. Spring.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
Co-requisites: ENSC 400
Pre-requisites: ENSC 491 Minimum Grade: D
ENSC 497 - Internship
Credits: .00 to 6.00
Other: .00 to 6.00
College: School of Engineering/Appl Sci
Department: Engineering Science
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Colleges:
School of Engineering/Appl Sci
ENTREPRENEURSHIP
ENTR 201 - Idea to Solution
Credits: 3.00
Every entrepreneur begins at the same starting point - the idea. In this course, students will start with an idea and build it to a potential solution. Major topics will include: identifying opportunities, creating value, identifying and connecting with the customer, understanding markets and the competition, measuring return on investment, and understanding the purpose of the venture. Fall.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
ENTR 202 - Solution to Execution
Credits: 3.00
A solution is only valuable if you can make it a reality. In this course, students will take a potential solution and build in the processes and structure required to define and execute it. Major topics will include: business models, feasibility analysis, forecasting demand, budgeting and financing, and organizational structure.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D
ENTR 301 - Strategic Leadership
Credits: 3.00
Success as an entrepreneur requires the ability to get people behind your idea and your organization. In this course, students will explore what leadership means, how to be a good leader, and how to inspire trust and commitment in others. Major topics will include: team dynamics, managing people, trust, leading by example, managing projects, shared goals, and setting expectations.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D and ENTR 202 Minimum Grade: D
ENTR 302 - Strategic Thinking
Credits: 3.00
Many of the challenges of starting a venture come after it has begun. In this course, students will learn how to create or build a venture that is sustainable, scalable, and provides lasting value to their communities. Major topics will include: strategic analysis, venture scaling, goal-setting, measuring success, diversification and growth, and exit strategies.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D and ENTR 202 Minimum Grade: D
ENTR 401 - Senior Incubation
Credits: 3.00
Entrepreneurship is an active experience- we learn best by doing. In this course, students will focus on integrating the entrepreneurial tools they have developed in the context of a venture launch. Major topics will include: enterprise launch, legal issues, financing, investor relationships, and negotiation.
Other: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D and ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D
ENTR 402 - Ethic and Moral Leadership
Credits: 3.00
The value we create as entrepreneurs is more than economic. In this course, students will explore how to create ventures that provide lasting value to society and serve as examples of Jesuit and humanistic leadership. Major topics will include: ethical and moral development, Magis, the responsibility of leaders, and building an ethical organization.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Pre-requisites: ENTR 201 Minimum Grade: D and ENTR 202 Minimum Grade: D and ENTR 301 Minimum Grade: D
ENTR 490 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
ENTR 494A - Incubation Project
Credits: 3.00
First semester of an applied incubator experience in which students apply entrepreneurial concepts and analytical tools to the creation of an actual new commercial or social venture. Students can develop their own project or work on projects for local incubators or entrepreneurs. The end result of this project is to produce a fundable business plan. Fall. Senior Standing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
ENTR 494B - Incubation Project
Credits: 2.00
Second semester of an applied incubator experience in which students apply entrepreneurial concepts and analytical tools to the creation of an actual new commercial or social venture. Students can develop their own project or work on projects for local incubators or entrepreneurs. The end result of this project is to produce a fundable business plan. Spring. Senior
Lecture: 2.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
ENTR 495 - New Venture Lab
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
This experiential course provides hands-on experience in developing ideas for new commercial and/or social enterprises. Students work on teams to develop their own or other entrepreneurs' ideas. Projects typically include feasibility analysis, market research, and business planning. Students receive one credit for each 60 hours worked in the New Venture Lab. Course requirements include keeping a journal, completing assigned project tasks, and submitting a final report detailing learning outcomes. Open to any major at the university (for Hogan Program students and those not in the Hogan Program).
Lab: 1.00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
ENTR 497 - Internship
Credits: .00 to 3.00
An approved internship is required for completion of the concentration in entrepreneurial leadership. The ideal internship allows the student to apply concepts and analytical tools from the curriculum in an entrepreneurial context. Approved internships consist of a minimum work requirement of 180 hours and completion of a written report summarizing the learning experience. Instructor approval required.
Other: .00 to 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
ENTR 498 - Entrepreneurial Leadership
Credits: 3.00
A capstone course that examines the leadership characteristics, including ethical virtues, of successful entrepreneurs. The course emphasizes the understanding that entrepreneurs bear a social responsibility to contribute to the common good through their business endeavors. Spring. Senior Standing.
Lecture: 3.00
College: School of Business
Department: Business
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Hogan Entrepreneurial Ldrshp
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior
ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
ENVS 101 - Intro to Environmental Studies
Credits: 3.00
An introduction to the field of Environmental Studies. The course provides an overview of the connections between science, politics, philosophy, history, and ethics regarding nature and the environment. The course urges students to think critically about the relationships between knowledge and judgment, humans and nature, justice and ethics, and natural and human history. Fall and Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 102 - Environmental Politics &Policy
Credits: 3.00
This course examines the politics and policymaking process of environmental issues. The course focuses primarily on American national policy, but also on state and local and international/global policy. The course is designed to evoke and encourage thinking about environmental issues on these various levels.Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
ENVS 103 - Environmental Biology
Credits: 3.00
A study of the principles of ecology (including population dynamics, diversity, and energy flow) and the impact humans have on the environment. Lab is required. Designed for non-science majors. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Comp Sci & Computation Think
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Major
Sustainable Business
Co-requisites: ENVS 103L
ENVS 103L - Environmental Biology Lab
Credits: 1.00
See course description for ENVS 103. Fall.
Lab: 1.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Comp Sci & Computation Think
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Major
Sustainable Business
Co-requisites: ENVS 103
ENVS 104 - Environmental Chemistry
Credits: 3.00
This course will cover the fundamental principles of chemistry necessary to understand the source and fate of chemical substances in the environment. Additional topics will be dependent on the instructor but may include the environmental implications of energy utilization; the chemistry of the atmosphere, hydrosphere, and lithosphere; climate change; and pollution and treatment of water sources. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Co-requisites: ENVS 104L
ENVS 104L - Environmental Chemistry Lab
Credits: 1.00
See course description for ENVS 104. Spring.
Lab: 1.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Co-requisites: ENVS 104
ENVS 190 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be determined by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 193 - FYS:
Credits: 3.00
The First-Year Seminar (FYS) introduces new Gonzaga students to the University, the Core Curriculum, and Gonzaga’s Jesuit mission and heritage. While the seminars will be taught by faculty with expertise in particular disciplines, topics will be addressed in a way that illustrates approaches and methods of different academic disciplines. The seminar format of the course highlights the participatory character of university life, emphasizing that learning is an active, collegial process.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
ENVS 200 - Case Studies in Env Science
Credits: 4.00
This course is designed to introduce students to scientific issues and concepts related to environmental problems. The course will consist of investigations of a number of specific cases of environmental impacts by humans, such as: chemical contamination of soils, air, or water; overexploitation of fisheries or other living resources; freshwater availability and quality; habitat conversion, fragmentation, and loss of biodiversity; invasive species; renewable and non-renewable energy sources; and the production and management of waste. Specific cases will vary from semester to semester, and will include examples of current local, regional and global relevance. Laboratory exercises will allow students to investigate the scientific principles important for understanding the cases, and will help students develop an appreciation for the strength and limitations of scientific knowledge in addressing environmental issues. Spring.
Lecture: 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Pre-requisites: BIOL 206 Minimum Grade: C- or ENVS 103 Minimum Grade: C- or BIOL 123 Minimum Grade: C-
ENVS 290 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be determined by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 303 - Conservation Biology
Credits: 3.00
This course covers the biological concepts important for the conservation of natural populations, communities, and ecosystems. Both theoretical and empirical studies will be applied to such topics as: the genetics and ecology of small populations, consequences of habitat degradation and fragmentation, the impact of introduced species, and the ecological value of biological diversity. Students who do not have a major in the sciences are encouraged to talk to the instructor about their preparations for this course at the time of registration. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Pre-requisites: BIOL 102 Minimum Grade: D or BIOL 206 Minimum Grade: D or BIOL 123 Minimum Grade: D or ENVS 103 Minimum Grade: D
ENVS 303L - Conservation Biology Lab
Credits: 1.00
This lab includes field trips. Taken concurrently with ENVS 303.
Lab: 1.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Co-requisites: ENVS 303
ENVS 320 - Econ of Enviromental Protectn
Credits: 3.00
Explores the economic dimensions of environmental topics such as air and water pollution, deforestation, non-renewable resource depletion, recycling, global warming. The course studies the extent of environmental problems and alternative solutions. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Pre-requisites: ECON 201 Minimum Grade: D or ECON 270H Minimum Grade: D or ECON 200 Minimum Grade: D
ENVS 321 - Ecological Thought & Politics
Credits: 3.00
This Service Learning course focuses on the writings of seminal figures in American ecological thought, such as John Muir, Gifford Pinchot, and Aldo Leopold. Examines the history and politics of land use and wilderness planning. Class will go on field trips in partnership with the United States Forest Service (USFS) and local environmental groups to learn first-hand about the politics of local land use. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 322 - Global Environmental Politics
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
This course is offered through the School for Field Studies program. Please contact the Environmental Studies Department Chair for additional information.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 323 - Principles of Wildlife Mgmt
Credits: 3.00
The ecology, theory, methods, and philosophy of wildlife management emphasizing game, nongame, and endangered species. Students gain an understanding of the roles and responsibilities of various government agencies and non-governmental organizations. Fall, alternate years.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Biology
CSCT - Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Major
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
Co-requisites: ENVS 323L
Pre-requisites: ENVS 103 Minimum Grade: D or BIOL 123 Minimum Grade: D
ENVS 323L - Princ of Wildlife Mgmt Lab
Credits: 1.00
This lab includes field trips. Taken concurrently with ENVS 323L.
Lab: 1.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Biology
CSCT - Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Major
Co-requisites: ENVS 323
ENVS 325 - Native American Govt & Pol
Credits: 3.00
Surveys Native American politics and government today and provides students a sense of the origins and development of Native American government and politics. Analyzes the role of Native American governments in American inter-governmental relations and develops an appreciation for the capacities and policy goals of Native American governments as well as the social (health, education, and welfare) and environmental circumstances of Native American government and politics. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 326 - Environmental Sociology
Credits: 3.00
This course examines human relationships with the natural environment. It explores how power structures, social norms, ideologies and politics affect our relationship and treatment of the environment.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 329 - N Amer Environmental Policies
Credits: 3.00
State and society in the Pacific Northwest: government, parties, reform movements, regionalism, and social forces in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, and British Columbia and Alberta. Regional issues such as taxation, health care, urbanization, land use, education, the environment, and resource-based economics are addressed in a comparative Canadian-U.S. context. Fall.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
May not be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Freshman
ENVS 330 - Parks, Forests, and Wildlife
Credits: 3.00
In this course we explore the past, present, and future of public lands. Focusing primarily on national and state parks, national forests, and wildlife, this course traces the development and application of the U.S. conservation model, both domestically and abroad.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
ENVS 350 - Ethics: Global Climate Change
Credits: 3.00
Many have described global climate change as the defining challenge of the 21st century, noting that unless dramatic changes are made today, future generations will suffer terrible consequences, such as rising seas, wars over fresh water, tens of millions of environmental refugees, and the extinction of species such as the polar bear. This course will investigate the complex technological, historical, economic, scientific, political, and philosophical issues surrounding this issue. Global warming skeptics are especially encouraged to enroll. Spring and Summer.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
General Requirements: 2.01 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( PHIL 201 2.01 0 N
) or ( PHIL 201H 2.01 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
)
ENVS 351 - Environmental Health
Credits: 3.00
This course will examine the impact of selected environmental factors on health. Environmental factors examined will include air quality, water quality, geography and climate, urbanization, and poverty. Basic epidemiological concepts and study designed will be introduced as tools for understanding reports about health conditions caused by the environment.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 352 - Environmental Law & Policy
Credits: 3.00
This course provides students with an overview of the substance and procedures relating to environmental regulation and protection in the United States. The course provides some technical understanding of the laws governing the use of resources and the control of pollution discharges. The course addresses, among other topics: the consumption of natural resources that resulted in environmental pollution; the political and policy context in which environmental policies have been formulated and the administrative or regulatory procedures required by statutory law or judicial decisions to heal with various environmental issues.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 353 - Environmental History
Credits: 3.00
In examining the dynamic relationship between humans and their environment over time, this course explores how mature affects cultural responses and how humans, in turn, have shaped the world around them. Employing a multidisciplinary approach this course draws upon ecological, historical, economic, or political analysis to illuminate the varied relationships between people and place.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 358 - Environmental Ethics
Credits: 3.00
The detailed philosophical study of humanity's understanding of its relationship to the natural environment, concentrating on historically prominent conceptions of that relationship, and the philosophical foundation of the contemporary environment movement.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
CSCT - Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies
Environmental Studies Major
Sustainable Business
Pre-requisites: PHIL 301 Minimum Grade: D or PHIL 301H Minimum Grade: D or WOMS 237C Minimum Grade: D or WGST 237C Minimum Grade: D
ENVS 380 - Politics of the Pacific NW
Credits: 3.00
State and society in the Pacific Northwest: government, parties, reform movements, regionalism, and social forces in the U.S. Pacific Northwest, and British Columbia and Alberta. Regional issues such as taxation, health care, urbanization, land use, education, the environment, and resource-based economics are addressed in a comparative Canadian-U.S. context.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 381 - Ethics of Eating
Credits: 3.00
An examination of ethical issues surrounding the consumption, production and transportation of food. Issues such as organic food, GMOs, vegetarianism, local and slow food movements, and hunger may be covered. Ethical issues surrounding both local and international food issues are treated.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
General Requirements: 2.01 credits
  Subj/Tst Low High Stdn Attr Req Crdt Min Crse Grd Con
( PHIL 201 2.01 0 N
) or ( PHIL 201H 2.01 0 N
) or ( NMFL 0.00 0 N
)
ENVS 382 - Population and Society
Credits: 3.00
There are more people on this planet than ever before, and the problems associated with population growth seem to be everywhere. Urban crowding, disease, poverty, ethnic tensions, refugees, illegal immigration, environmental degradation, unemployment, aging and the social security “crisis” are just a few of these troubles.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 390 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 4.00
Topic to be determined by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 397 - Special Topics:ENVS Humanities
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
Topics to be determined by instructor.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 398 - SpecialTopic:ENVSSocialStudies
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
Topics to be determined by instructor.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 399 - Special Topics:ENVS Electives
Credits: 3.00 or 4.00
Topics to be determined by instructor.
Lecture: 3.00 or 4.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 432 - CIS:
Credits: 3.00
The Core Integration Seminar (CIS) engages the Year Four Question: “Imagining the possible: What is our role in the world?” by offering students a culminating seminar experience in which students integrate the principles of Jesuit education, prior components of the Core, and their disciplinary expertise. Each section of the course will focus on a problem or issue raised by the contemporary world that encourages integration, collaboration, and problem solving. The topic for each section of the course will be proposed and developed by each faculty member in a way that clearly connects to the Jesuit Mission, to multiple disciplinary perspectives, and to our students’ future role in the world.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 490 - Independent Study
Credits: 1.00 to 3.00
Topic to be determined by faculty.
Other: 1.00 to 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 497 - Internship
Credits: .00 to 6.00
Professional experience in environmental studies-related field. Students must take the initiative to contact an agency and a faculty member willing to supervise the internship.
Other: .00 to 6.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
ENVS 499 - Symposium in Env Studies
Credits: 3.00
This capstone experience is designed to help Environmental Studies students integrate their experience and perspectives and apply them to specific environmental issue. Students will be expected to produce a major written analysis of a current complex environmental issue facing the Inland Northwest. Projects undertaken by individual students, small groups or even the entire class. Class meetings will involve discussions of background readings, coordination of work on the projects, presentations and critiques of draft reports, and opportunities for students from different majors to share their expertise and perspectives on the issues being investigated. Spring.
Lecture: 3.00
College: College of Arts & Sciences
Department: Environmental Studies
Restrictions:
Must be enrolled in one of the following Fields of Study:
Environmental Studies Major
Must be enrolled in one of the following Classes:
Senior


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