Division of Education

For additional information regarding available course sections, CRN numbers, times, open seats and professors, please refer to the appropriate semester in the Courses Offered (Seats Taken) catalog. Term(s) Offered are subject to change based upon student enrollment. Syllabi available are for the current semester (Spring 2017).

Early Childhood Regents Bachelors of Arts (ECRB)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED SYLLABUS
(If Available)
ECRB 200 Child Development of Infants and Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 201 Environments for Infants and Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 202 Language for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 203 Literacy for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 300 Social Studies for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 301 Math for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 302 Science for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 303 Creative Arts for Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 304 Challenging Behavior I 4 as needed Dr. Creer
ECRB 305 Challenging Behavior II 4 as needed Dr. Grych
ECRB 306 Technology for Child Care 4 as needed  
ECRB 307 Working with Families of Young Children 4 as needed  
ECRB 400 Young Children with Special Needs I 4 as needed  
ECRB 401 Young Children with Special Needs II 4 as needed  
ECRB 402 Intro to Assessment of Young Children 4 as needed Dr. Grych
ECRB 403 Assessment of Young Children 4 as needed Mrs. Smith

Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED SYLLABUS
(If Available)
ECSE 265 Child Development 3 Fall  
ECSE 305 Early Education Curriculum, Methods, & Materials Practicum 3 Spring Dr. A. Campbell
ECSE 308 Reading in the Early Years (previously EDUC 308) 3 Spring  
ECSE 324 Assessment in Early Education 3 Fall  
ECSE 325 Families & Communities (previously SPED 325) 3 Fall  
ECSE 328 Classroom & Behavior Management in Early Childhood Settings 3 Spring Dr. A. Campbell
ECSE 402 Early Identification and Inclusion (previously SPED 402) 3 Fall  
ECSE 403 Intervention with Young Children 3 Spring Dr. A. Campbell

Education (EDUC)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S)
OFFERED
SYLLABUS
(If Available)
EDUC 210 Foundations of Education 2 Fall, Spring Dr. Williams / Mrs. Smith
EDUC 301 Educational Technology (EPAT) 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Mullins & Dr. Reynolds
EDUC 304 Developmentally Appropriate Practice 3 Fall, Spring Mrs. Elliott
EDUC 305 Psychology of Teaching & Learning (EPAT) 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Mullins & Dr. Reynolds
EDUC 306 Instructional Processes & Strategies 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. H. Campbell
EDUC 307 Reading & the Language Arts 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Hawks
EDUC 309 Understanding Reading Problems: Assess. & Instruction 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Hawks / Mrs. Elliott
EDUC 310 Assessment & Evaluation of Instruction (EPAT) 2 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Mullins & Dr. Reynolds
EDUC 311 Elementary Science Methods 3 Fall, Spring Mrs. Smith
EDUC 312 Elementary Social Studies Methods 3 Fall, Spring Dr. H. Campbell
EDUC 313 Elementary Math Methods 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Tucker
EDUC 314 The Teaching of Reading 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Hawks
EDUC 318 Content Area Reading 3 Fall, Spring, Summer Dr. Williams
EDUC 330 Diversity in Social & Educational Settings 3 Fall  
EDUC 456 Supervised Directed Student Teaching 6 Fall, Spring Multiple

Special Education (SPED)

COURSE DESCRIPTION CREDIT HOURS TERM(S) OFFERED SYLLABUS
(If Available)
SPED 303 Introduction to Special Education 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Tucker
SPED 309 Strategies for the Inclusive Environment 3 Fall, Spring Dr. Burton / Dr. Reynolds
SPED 326 Development of Communication Systems 3 Spring Dr. A. Campbell
SPED 350 Assess., Curriculum & Planning for Students Mild Disabilities 3 Fall  
SPED 415 Methods for Teaching Students with Mild Disabilities 3 Spring Dr. Burton
SPED 417 Reading Strategies for Special Education I 3 Fall  
SPED 419 Reading Strategies for Special Education II 3 Spring Dr. Tucker
SPED 425 Mathematics Strategies for Special Education  3 Summer  
SPED 444 Trends and Issues in Special Education 3 Summer