EDU 501 Foundations of Education (3 Credits)
This course concentrates on issues facing American education today. It is an interdisciplinary attempt to incorporate historical, political, economic, legal, social, philosophical, and curricular foundations to understand the educational system.
EDU 605 Human Growth and Development (3 Credits)
This course is designed to analyze the nature and range of human characteristics through the study of principles and procedures in evaluating student growth in skills, attitudes and understanding. Candidates will conduct in-depth study into moral development, values, clarification, and perceptual and cognitive factors in learning and reading.
EDU 636 Classroom and Behavior Management (3 Credits)
Skills in this course shall contribute to an understanding and application of classroom and behavior management techniques and individual interventions, including techniques that promote emotional well-being and teach and maintain behavioral conduct and