Nov 19, 2018  
2018-19 CATALOG 
    
2018-19 CATALOG

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering System

The first digit in each course designation is intended to indicate the level of the course. In addition, the first digit also roughly indexes the student’s year of study at the University.

Courses numbered 001 to 099 are non-baccalaureate developmental courses.

Courses numbered 100 to 299 are lower-division.

Courses numbered 300 to 499 are upper-division.

Courses numbered 500 to 599 are graduate level, and may be taken by advanced upper-division, post-baccalaureate, or graduate students for undergraduate or graduate credit.

Courses numbered 600 to 699 are graduate level. These courses may be taken by undergraduate students only on an individual basis, and only with prior, case-by-case approval of the program director of the program offering the course (or his/her designee).

Courses numbered 700 to 799 are doctoral level.

Courses numbered 1000 and above not listed in this catalog because these are professional-level courses carrying University credit, which do not typically apply to credentials or degrees offered by the University. These courses are recorded on student transcripts.

Students should consult relevant sections of this catalog, as well as college and program advising staff, in order to determine which courses are appropriate for their level of study, and which courses satisfy degree requirements for various programs of study.

 

Education: Administration/Administrative Services

   •  EDAD 614 - Leading Instruction
   •  EDAD 616A - The Role of Schooling in a Democratic Society
   •  EDAD 616B - School Finance and Resource Allocation
   •  EDAD 618A - Culture of Teaching and Learning: Leading for Assessment and Accountability
   •  EDAD 618B - Leading School Improvement
   •  EDAD 620 - Visionary Leadership
   •  EDAD 622A - Research Methods in Education A
   •  EDAD 622B - Research Methods in Education B
   •  EDAD 622C - Research and Assessment Methods in Education C
   •  EDAD 624A - Professional Field Studies Beginning
   •  EDAD 624B - Professional Field Studies Beginning
   •  EDAD 626A - Professional Field Studies Advanced
   •  EDAD 626B - Professional Field Studies Advanced
   •  EDAD 698A - Master’s Culminating Experience Seminar A
   •  EDAD 698B - Master’s Culminating Experience Seminar B
   •  EDAD 698C - Master’s Culminating Experience Seminar C

Education: Exceptional Learners

   •  EDEX 550 - San Diego Summer Leadership Institute in Special Education
   •  EDEX 602 - Culturally Proficient Inclusive Schooling in a Pluralistic Society
   •  EDEX 636 - Contemporary Professional Issues:Research and Best Practice Seminar
   •  EDEX 637 - Technology and Communication for Special Populations: Autism Spectrum Disorder Emphasis
   •  EDEX 638 - Shared Leadership in Educational Excellence for All
   •  EDEX 639 - Using Data-Based Instruction to Improve the Learning Outcomes of Students Who are Difficult to Teach
   •  EDEX 640A - Beginning Process Communication: Reaching All Students
   •  EDEX 651 - Advanced Technology, Transition, and Inclusive Education
   •  EDEX 652 - Crisis Prevention and Management
   •  EDEX 660 - Transition Plan Development
   •  EDEX 661 - Portfolio Review and Site Visitation

Education: Mathematics/Science/Technology

   •  EDST 450 - Undergraduate Mathematics and Science Teaching and Learning, Theory and Practice
   •  EDST 610 - Current Issues and Research in Science Education
   •  EDST 611 - Advanced Methods in Science Teaching I: Life Science Emphasis
   •  EDST 612 - Advanced Methods in Science Teaching II: Physical Science Emphasis
   •  EDST 613 - Topics in Science Education
   •  EDST 620 - Current Issues and Research in Mathematics Education
   •  EDST 621 - Students’ Thinking in Mathematics Education
   •  EDST 622 - Instructional Practices in Mathematics Education
   •  EDST 623 - Topics in Mathematics Education
   •  EDT 630 - Current Issues and Research in Education Technology
   •  EDT 633 - Topics in Educational Technology
   •  EDT 635 - Coding for Educators
   •  EDT 636 - Technology, Assessment, and Evaluation
   •  EDT 637 - Instructional Technology Planning and Management
   •  EDT 639 - Digital Storytelling to Inspire Learning
   •  EDT 643 - Using Mobile Technologies for Teaching and Learning
   •  EDT 644 - Social Media in Education

Education: Middle Level

Enrollment restriction for all EDMI courses is admission to Middle Level Program.

   •  EDMI 511 - Middle Level Teaching and Learning I
   •  EDMI 512 - Middle Level Teaching and Learning II
   •  EDMI 521 - Middle Level Literacy I
   •  EDMI 522 - Middle Level Literacy II
   •  EDMI 543 - Middle Level Mathematics Education
   •  EDMI 544 - Middle Level Social Studies Education
   •  EDMI 545 - Middle Level Science Education
   •  EDMI 555 - Middle Level Multilingual Education
   •  EDMI 571 - Clinical Practice in Middle Schools I
   •  EDMI 572 - Clinical Practice in Middle Schools II
   •  EDMI 573 - Clinical Practice II in Middle Level Bilingual/ELD Settings
   •  EDMI 661 - The Young Adolescent Learning
   •  EDMI 662 - Middle Level Curriculum, Instruction, and Assessment
   •  EDMI 663 - Middle Level Teacher Leadership

Education: Multilingual/Multicultural

   •  EDML 550 - First and Second Language Acquisition Theory and Methods
   •  EDML 552B - Theories and Methods of Bilingual/Multicultural Education

Education: Multiple Subject

Enrollment restriction for all EDMS courses is admission to the Multiple Subject Teacher Credential Program.

   •  EDMS 511 - Elementary Teaching and Learning I
   •  EDMS 511B - Elementary Teaching and Learning I
   •  EDMS 512 - Elementary Teaching and Learning II
   •  EDMS 512B - Elementary Teaching and Learning II
   •  EDMS 521 - Elementary Literacy I
   •  EDMS 521B - Elementary Literacy I
   •  EDMS 522 - Elementary Literacy II
   •  EDMS 522B - Elementary Literacy II
   •  EDMS 543 - Elementary Mathematics Education
   •  EDMS 543B - Mathematics Education in Elementary Schools
   •  EDMS 544 - Social Studies Education in Elementary Schools
   •  EDMS 544B - Social Studies Education in Elementary Schools
   •  EDMS 545 - Elementary Science Education
   •  EDMS 545B - Science Education in Elementary Schools
   •  EDMS 555 - Elementary Multilingual Education
   •  EDMS 555B - Elementary Multilingual Education
   •  EDMS 560A - Integrated Credential Program Practicum A
   •  EDMS 560B - Integrated Credential Program Practicum B
   •  EDMS 571 - Clinical Practice in Elementary Schools I
   •  EDMS 571(I) - Beginning Elementary Intern Teaching
   •  EDMS 572 - Clinical Practice in Elementary Schools II
   •  EDMS 572(I) - Education Specialist Beginning Student Teaching
   •  EDMS 573 - Clinical Practice in Elementary School Bilingual/ ELD Settings
   •  EDMS 575B - Integrated Program Capstone Seminar

Education: Multiple Subject/Exceptional Learners

Enrollment restriction for all EDMX courses is Admission to an Education Specialist Credential Program Option.

   •  EDMX 511 - Elementary Teaching and Learning for Education Specialists I
   •  EDMX 512 - Elementary Teaching and Learning for Education Specialists II
   •  EDMX 521 - Elementary Literacy for Education Specialists
   •  EDMX 543 - Mathematics Education in Inclusive Classrooms
   •  EDMX 570 - Education Specialist — Clinical Practice in Elementary and Special Settings
   •  EDMX 571 - Education Specialist — Clinical Practice: General Education Setting
   •  EDMX 572 - Education Specialist — Clinical Practice: Special Education Setting
   •  EDMX 573 - Education Specialist — Clinical Practice: Moderate/Severe Disabilities
   •  EDMX 575 - Education Specialist — Transition Development Plan Seminar
   •  EDMX 622 - Literacy for Education Specialists
   •  EDMX 627 - Assessment for Planning and Instruction
   •  EDMX 631 - Foundations in Law, Ethics, and Procedures of Special Education
   •  EDMX 632 - Technology and Communication for Special Populations
   •  EDMX 633 - Community Access through Supported Environments
   •  EDMX 635 - Education Specialist — Curriculum and Instruction: Moderate/Severe Disabilities
   •  EDMX 671 - Education Specialist - Clinical Practice of Mild/Moderate Interns I
 

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