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Courses


 
   •  ESL 6612 - Advocating for English Language Learners
   •  ESL 6620 - TEFL Certificate Course
   •  ESL 6631 - Introduction to the Adult English Language Learner: Developing Reading/Writing Skills
   •  ESL 6634 - Introduction to the Adult English Language Learner: Developing Oral Skills
   •  ESL 6636 - Course Design for Adult ESL Classes
   •  ESL 6638 - Assessment of the Adult English Language Learner
   •  ESL 7502 - Language and Society
   •  ESL 7519 - Linguistics for Language Teachers
   •  ESL 7610 - History of English
   •  ESL 7650 - Basics of Modern English
   •  ESL 7660 - Second Language Acquisition
   •  ESL 7753 - Testing & Evaluation of English Language Learners
   •  ESL 7755 - Development of Literacy Skills
   •  ESL 7776 - ESL Methods
   •  ESL 7790 - Advanced Practicum
   •  ESL 8010 - Phonetics and Phonology
   •  ESL 8020 - Advanced Linguistic Analysis
   •  ESL 8490 - Research Methodology
   •  ESL 8495 - Capstone
   •  GED 0050 - Student Teaching Seminar
   •  GED 7801 - Introduction to MAT
   •  GED 7815 - Schools and Society
   •  GED 7825 - Educational Psychology
   •  GED 7862 - Education and Cultural Diversity
   •  GED 7867 - Theory to Practice
   •  GED 7872 - Exceptionality
   •  GED 7885 - Elementary Student Teaching K-6
   •  GED 8020 - Explorations: Reflection, Community Building, and Knowledge
   •  GED 8021 - Designing Effective Learning Environments
   •  GED 8022 - Action Research: Practice and Application
   •  GED 8023 - Capstone Practicum
   •  GED 8024 - Educating for Equity and Social Justice
   •  GED 8025 A - Public Policy: Design and Action
   •  GED 8025 B - Public Policy: Design and Action
   •  GED 8030 - Essentials in Literacy and Learning
   •  GED 8031 - New Literacies in the 21st Century
   •  GED 8032 - Rethinking Literacy Across the Disciplines
   •  GED 8034 - Literacy Leadership and Coaching
   •  GED 8035 - Literacy Capstone - Thinking, Researching, Writing
   •  GED 8036 - Educational Policy and Literacy Practice
   •  GED 8040 - Critical Literacy
   •  GED 8041 - Understanding Language and Language Learners
   •  GED 8042 - Academic Language for English Learners
   •  GED 8043 - Supporting and Advocating for English Learners
   •  GED 8051 - Literacy Connections in the Classroom
   •  GED 8052 - Summer Literacy Institute
   •  GED 8053 - Literacy Connections II
   •  GED 8061 - Nature of Science and Historical Perspectives
   •  GED 8062 - Science Teaching and Learning
   •  GED 8063 - Rivers Institute
   •  GED 8071 - Race and Culture in Today's Classroom
   •  GED 8072 - Intercultural Competency and Dimensions of Diversity
   •  GED 8073 - Linking Community to Classroom: Building on Learner Capital
   •  GED 8495 - Capstone
   •  GED 8501 - The Learning Organization
   •  GED 8502 - Educational Foundations
   •  GED 8504 - Educational Organizations
   •  GED 8505 - Leadership
   •  GED 8507 A - Frameworks for Inquiry
   •  GED 8507 B - Frameworks for Inquiry
   •  GED 8508 - Advanced Inquiry
   •  GED 8513 - Paideia Seminar: Knowledge Construction
   •  GED 8514 - Doctoral Writing Seminar
   •  GED 8515 - Paideia Seminar: Community Building
   •  GED 8516 - Equity and Social Justice Policy
   •  GED 8517 - Paideia Seminar: Inquiry and Reflection
   •  GED 8991 - Dissertation Credit I
   •  GED 8992 - Dissertation Credit II
   •  GED 8993 - Dissertation Credit III
   •  GED 8994 - Dissertation Credit IV
   •  GLS 8002 - Public Intellectual Practicum
   •  GLS 8010 - The Essay
   •  GLS 8029 - The Labyrinth
   •  GLS 8060 - Birth and Death
   •  GLS 8307 - Poetry: The Sacred
   •  GLS 8363 - Creative Process
   •  GPA 8000 - Foundations in Public Administration
   •  GPA 8002 - Fundamentals of Nonprofit Management
   •  GPA 8010 - Professional Ethics
   •  GPA 8020 - Organizational Theory and Behavior
   •  GPA 8030 - Public Fiscal Management
   •  GPA 8032 - Financial Management for Nonprofit Organizations
   •  GPA 8040 - Public Policy Analysis
   •  GPA 8050 - Human Resource Management for Government
   •  GPA 8052 - Human Resource Management for Nonprofit Organizations
   •  GPA 8061 - Administrative Law
   •  GPA 8062 - Law for Nonprofit Organizations
   •  GPA 8070 - Research Methods
   •  GPA 8082 - Volunteer Management
   •  GPA 8100 - Communications and Marketing for Nonprofits
   •  GPA 8110 - Governance and Planning in Nonprofit Organizations
   •  GPA 8120 - Labor Relations
   •  GPA 8130 - Housing & Economic Policy
   •  GPA 8201 - Public Dispute Resolution
   •  GPA 8221 - Public Negotiation Skills Building
   •  GPA 8222 - Public Mediation Skills Building
   •  GPA 8223 - Contemporary Social Policy Issues
   •  GPA 8225 - Critical Issues in Public Administration
   •  GPA 8228 - Public Arbitration Skills Building
   •  GPA 8230 - Municipal County Administration
 

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