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    Central Washington University
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


      Courses numbered from 101–299 are lower-division courses, primarily for freshmen and sophomores; those numbered from 300–499 are upper-division courses, primarily for juniors and seniors. The numbers 296, 396, 496, and 596 designate individual study courses and are available for registration by prior arrangement with the course instructor and approval of the department chair.

The number in parentheses following the course title indicates the amount of credit each course carries. Variable credit courses include the minimum and maximum number of the credits within parentheses.

Not all of the courses are offered every quarter. Final confirmation of courses to be offered, information on new courses and programs, as well as a list of hours, instructor, titles of courses and places of class meetings, is available online in Safari which can be accessed through the Wildcat Connection, and go to www.cwu.edu/registrar/course-information. The registration handbook will assist you in navigating through Safari and is available online at www.cwu.edu/registrar, click on Registration Handbook and then 2012-2013 Registration Handbook, a copy is also available in Registrar Services or your university center office.    

 

Education: Elementary

   •  EDEL 468 - Teaching Problem-solving Techniques for Upper Elementary and Middle School Mathematics
   •  EDEL 477 - Middle School Students and Their Environment
   •  EDEL 478 - Developmentally Responsive Curriculum in the Middle Grades
   •  EDEL 482 - Instruction and Assessment for the Middle Level: Grades Five through Eight
   •  EDEL 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  EDEL 492 - Practicum.
   •  EDEL 496 - Individual Study
   •  EDEL 498 - Special Topics
   •  EDEL 499 - Seminar

Education: Foundation

   •  EDF 296 - Individual Study
   •  EDF 298 - Special Topics
   •  EDF 299 - Seminar
   •  EDF 396 - Individual Study
   •  EDF 398 - Special Topics
   •  EDF 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  EDF 496 - Individual Study
   •  EDF 498 - Special Topics
   •  EDF 499 - Seminar
   •  EFC 210 - Seminar
   •  EFC 310 - Orientation to Teaching
   •  EFC 315 - Educational Assessment
   •  EFC 320 - Multicultural Education
   •  EFC 330 - Field Experience
   •  EFC 340 - Methods of Instruction
   •  EFC 350 - Classroom Management
   •  EFC 416 - Educational Technology
   •  EFC 440 - Education Law
   •  EFC 480 - Student Teaching
   •  EFC 491 - Online Instructional Technology Resources for Educators

Education: Library Media

   •  EDLM 414 - Technology Tools for the Library
   •  EDLM 416 - Application of Technology Resources
   •  EDLM 426 - Instructional Methods in the Library
   •  EDLM 436 - Survey of Children's and Young Adult Literature
   •  EDLM 448 - Collection Development/Library Media
   •  EDLM 458 - Cataloging and Classification for Library Media
   •  EDLM 468 - Research and Information Fluency
   •  EDLM 478 - Administration of Library Media Programs

Education: Literacy

   •  EDLT 296 - Individual Study
   •  EDLT 298 - Special Topics
   •  EDLT 299 - Seminar
   •  EDLT 308 - Literacy I
   •  EDLT 315 - Literacy Strategies for Struggling and Advanced Learners
   •  EDLT 317 - Early Literacy
   •  EDLT 319 - Storytelling Techniques
   •  EDLT 321 - Teaching Children's Literature
   •  EDLT 324 - Literacy Across the Curriculum
   •  EDLT 396 - Individual Study
   •  EDLT 398 - Special Topics
   •  EDLT 409 - Literacy II
   •  EDLT 410 - Teaching Word Recognition Skills
   •  EDLT 411 - Teaching Comprehension
   •  EDLT 412 - Assessment of Literacy Skills and Processes
   •  EDLT 413 - Methods and Materials for Literacy Instruction
   •  EDLT 414 - Teaching Literacy in a Multi-Cultural, Multi-Lingual Setting
   •  EDLT 418 - Literacy and Linguistics
   •  EDLT 422 - Teaching the Language Arts
   •  EDLT 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  EDLT 493 - Literacy Practicum
   •  EDLT 496 - Individual Study
   •  EDLT 498 - Special Topics
   •  EDLT 499 - Seminar

Education: Special

   •  EDSE 296 - Individual Study
   •  EDSE 302 - Introduction to Students with Exceptionalities
   •  EDSE 310 - Introduction to Special Education
   •  EDSE 311 - Foundations of Special Education
   •  EDSE 396 - Individual Study
   •  EDSE 398 - Special Topics
   •  EDSE 410 - Behavior Management for Students with Disabilities
   •  EDSE 411 - Assessment of Students with Disabilities
   •  EDSE 422 - Teaching Strategies, Curriculum, and Materials for Students with Disabilities
   •  EDSE 423 - Instructional Practices/Strategies in Literacy and Math for Students with High Incident Disabilities
   •  EDSE 426 - The Child with Language Disabilities
   •  EDSE 427 - American Sign Language I
   •  EDSE 428 - American Sign Language II
   •  EDSE 431 - Individualized Educational programs for Students with Disabilities
   •  EDSE 432 - Strategies for Working with Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
   •  EDSE 433 - Pre-school for Students with Developmental Delays
   •  EDSE 460 - Collaboration with Parents, Paraprofessionals, and Community Agencies
   •  EDSE 489 - Research and Inquiry
   •  EDSE 490 - Cooperative Education
   •  EDSE 491 - Workshop
   •  EDSE 495 - Practicum
   •  EDSE 496 - Individual Study
   •  EDSE 498 - Special Topics
   •  EDSE 499 - Seminar

Electronics Engineering Technology

   •  EET 221 - Basic Electricity
   •  EET 312 - Basic Electronics
   •  EET 323 - Active Linear Circuits
   •  EET 324 - Advanced Electrical Network
   •  EET 332 - Electrical Power and Machinery
   •  EET 342 - Instrumentation
   •  EET 343 - Process Control
   •  EET 363 - Lab View Applications
   •  EET 370 - Programming Applications in Technology
   •  EET 371 - Digital Circuits
   •  EET 372 - Advanced Digital Circuits
   •  EET 375 - Microprocessors
   •  EET 376 - Microprocessors and Instrumentation
   •  EET 432 - Generation and Transmission of Electrical Power
   •  EET 445 - Electro-Mechanical Controls
 

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