Field Experiences in American Higher Education

Course IDSAR391-B7

InstructorsJay Lang, prof. dr.

LevelGraduate

RestrictionsNo restrictions

Credits2

OfferedEach summer

Provides international students an opportunity to meet and discuss various topics and ideas originating in students’ coursework. Offers support and clarity to the first-year…Read More

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Foundations of Health Professions Education

Course IDBO674HA1

InstructorsMiriam Deutsch, Logan Brown

LevelUndergraduate

RestrictionsNo restrictions

Credits7

OfferedEach semester

A foundational study of the historical, scientific, social, and political roots of health professions education, educational theory, and the continuum of this education. Provides…Read More

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Independent Study in Education

Course ID78HYG459

InstructorsAntares Peralta

LevelGraduate

Restrictions12 credits min.

Credits4

OfferedEach fall

This option is the one most commonly used by students who are interested in studying a particular topic through independent readings and other activities….Read More

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Optimization Methods in Management Science

Course IDBLEF9915

InstructorsJohn White, dr.

LevelUndergraduate

RestrictionsNo restrictions

Credits3

OfferedEach semester

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Professional Writing and Communications

Course ID459XC911

InstructorsAlice Cooper, Jr.

LevelGraduate

Restrictions8 credits min.

Credits2

OfferedThroughout the semester

Explores a range of writing practices and types of texts to engage candidates in persuasive writing that is aimed at reaching teachers, parents, administrators,…Read More

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Spirituality, Religion, and Healing in Counseling

Course IDa11C7793b

InstructorsMarry Jane Dough

LevelUndergraduate

RestrictionsNo restrictions

Credits4

OfferedWinter

Introduces students to the practice of integrating religion, spirituality and healing into the humanistic counseling/therapeutic relationship. Surveys the current issues pertaining to the assessment…Read More

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