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    • (?) New halls, 1994

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    • Topics of Finance / Economics include mathematics of finance, liquidity management, capital budgeting, liability management, and value creation. Fundamental concepts of micro- and macroeconomics are rigorously developed for graduate students who...
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    • 00-01-02

    • Foundations of Marketing / Management provides a broad conceptual background of fundamental knowledge in management and marketing for graduate students who have not completed academic work in these subjects.
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    • 00-01-03

    • The MAT Certification Programs in Biology, Earth Science, English, History, and Mathematics are based in the respective academic departments but share a core of education courses. This structure affords the students an interdisciplinary approach to...
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    • 00-01-04

    • To Change the formal admission to the graduate initial certification/licensure teacher preparation programs by requiring all applicants to 1) successfully complete the literacy and communication subtests of the MECT prior to admission to the...
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    • 00-01-05

    • This course is designed to provide teachers with the knowledge and skills needed to lead students through the design and process of project-based learning. Project and/or problem-based learning is a teaching and learning model that involves...
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    • 00-01-06

    • This is a comprehensive course in Cooperative Learning which is designed to provide an in-depth look at a variety of instructional practices and strategies appropriate for effective teaching and learning in the inclusionary and heterogeneous...
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    • 01-02-01

    • This course focuses on the application of the research process in the clinical practice setting. Emphasis is on the completion of a research project under the direction of faculty.
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    • 01-02-02

    • This course provides an introduction to theoretical computer science. The course covers the fundamentals of automata theory, formal languages, and computability theory. Several distinct models of computation including the Turing Machine will be...
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    • 01-02-03

    • This course introduces the Software Engineering principles used in the development of large software products. Requirements engineering using use cases, systems and software analysis using object-oriented principles, software design using class...
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    • 01-02-04

    • This course covers the emerging and advanced Java technologies used in the 3-tier architecture. Various Swing components used for the front-end user interface, Servelets and JSP used on the web server and JDBC used for back-end database...
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    • 01-02-05

    • This course covers the emerging and advanced network technologies and architectures such as Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet, Fiber Channel, Virtual LAN, Frame Relay, SONET, and Broadband ISDN. Other concepts such as Quality of Service, Packet over...
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    • 01-02-06

    • The proposal is to remove CSC 2500 Assembly Language and the Lab/Science courses from the list of undergraduate courses and instead add the following courses to the list: CSC 3200 Programming Languages and CSC 4400 Software Design. In addition,...
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    • 01-02-07

    • The graduate program, Master of Science in Computer Science is a very popular program with nearly 50 matriculated students. Recent discussions with students and faculty made it apparent that a revision of curriculum and course descriptions is...
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    • 01-02-08

    • Currently, graduate students must register for 9 credits per semester in order to be considered full-time students. Oftentimes, students have completed all course requirements except the thesis and are registered only for 3-6 thesis...
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    • 01-02-09A

    • The study of the human learning process with emphasis on learning theories, concepts, principles, applications, and implications. Among the topics to be addressed are information processing, attention, perception, metacognition, thinking, memory,...
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    • 01-02-09B

    • This course will examine the theories and models of group counseling, with an emphasis on group leadership skills, utilized by school counselors. The course will examine utilization groups as a modality of intervention in working with the school...
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    • 01-02-09C

    • The School Guidance Counseling Course of Study conforms to the Standards for Preparation of Counselors and Other Personnel Specialists adopted by the Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES); the standards of the Council for...
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    • 01-02-10

    • The curriculum for the Master of Education in Arts Education integrates the arts and the creative process in three course areas, including core courses in Arts Education and Curriculum, Distribution courses and electives, which may include...
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    • 01-02-11

    • A study of music learning theory including aptitude, achievement, and testing and the relationship of these to creativity in music.
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