Advanced Studies (A S)
112. School Public Relations (3)
(See Jour 112)
114. Education of Exceptional Children (3)
(Same as C D 114). Identification of common and differentiating characteristics of exceptional children. Diagnostic instructional program of legal provisions, certification requirements. Observation in clinical sites on and off campus, public and/or parochial schools. (2 lecture, 2 lab hours)
115F. Field Work with Exceptional Children (1-3; max total 6)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Supervised observation and participation in selected programs for exceptional children, vocational planning, guidance and counseling.
116. Prescriptive and Individualized Instruction (3)
(Same as C D 11S). Prerequisite: A S 114. Development and examination of methods and materials relative to individual learning problems; study of models and individual programs. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
118. Counseling and Mental Health (3)
Examination of the relationship between counseling and mental health with emphasis on current issues of adjustment in society. Explores psychopathology within the framework of the DSM-III.
143. Producing the Education Broadcast (3)
(See R-TV 143)
163A. Student Teaching, Exceptional Children: Mentally Retarded (1-8;
max total 8)
Prerequisite: admission to Special Education credential program. Directed observation, participation, and teaching in Glasses for the mentally retarded in public schools under supervision. Weekly conference with university supervisor.
163B. Student Teaching, Exceptional Children: Educationally Handicapped
(1-8; max total 8)
Prerequisite: admission to Special Education Credential program. Directed observation, participation and teaching in classes for the educationally handicapped in public schools under supervision. Weekly conference with university supervisor.
163C. Student Teaching, Exceptional Children: Gifted (1-8; max total
Prerequisite: admission to Special Education credential program. Directed observation and teaching in classes for the gifted and creative in public schools under supervision. Weekly conference with university supervisor.
164A. Student Teaching: Speech and Hearing Handicapped (4-9; max total
Prerequisite: 4-6 units of C D 130 or 230, including 150 clock hours of therapy; admission to the credential program. To be taken concurrently with C D 209. Directed observation, participation, and clinical practice (120 hours minimum) under supervision. Weekly conference with university supervisor.
164B. Student Teaching: Deaf and Hard of Hearing (4-9; max total 9)
Prerequisite: 4 units of C D 160 or 260; approval by a departmental review committee; admission to the credential program. Teaching under supervision in a class for the deaf or hard of hearing. Directed observation, participation and weekly conference with university supervisor.
170. Introduction to the Learning Disabilities (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114. Introduction to theories, programs, and methods of educating children with specific learning disabilities. (2 lecture, 2 lab hours)
172. Laws Relating to Children (3)
Current and proposed legislation in parent-child relationships, adoption, and guardianship, education at the minor, marriage contract, child labor, juvenile delinquency, and child welfare programs.
174. Principles and Techniques in Guidance (3)
(Same as Psych 174.) An overview of basic counseling models, including psychoanalytic, behavioral, cognitive and humanistic approaches. Includes a personal counseling experience.
190. Independent Study (1-3; max see reference)
See Academic Placement - Independent Study.
Advanced Studies (A S)
(See Course Numbering System. )
222. Seminar in Occupational Analysis and Information (3)
Prerequisite: A S 174. Theories of vocational development, job classification systems, placement techniques, skill assessment, work evaluations, and problems in vocational counseling. (Course fee for assessment materials, approximately $5-$10) (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
223. Child Welfare, Parent Education, and Counseling (3)
Prerequisite: A S 174. Application of theories and research in child welfare, parent education, and counseling; problems of home, school, and child welfare. Research paper required in selected area.
224. Seminar in Counseling Techniques (3)
Prerequisite: A S 174 or R C 201. Emphasis given to interviewing skills, philosophy, theory and methodology as applied to counseling. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
224FA. Field Work inCounseling (2-12; max total 12)
Prerequisite: 12 units in counseling program, including A S 224 . Supervised practice in a school. (40 hours field work required for 1 unit of credit.)
224FB. Field Work in Child Welfare and Attendance (2-12; max total
Prerequisite: 12 units in counseling program, including A S 224. Supervised practice in a secondary child welfare and attendance office. (40 hours field work required for 1 unit of credit.)
225. Seminar in Advanced Theories and Techniques in Counseling (3)
Prerequisite: A S 224. Emphasis on philosophy, theory and methodology as applied to Gestalt and behavioral approaches to counseling. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
226. Seminar in Guidance Services (3)
Prerequisite: A S 222, 224. Organization, administration and evaluation of programs related to the areas of pupil personnel services.
227. Seminar in Tests Counseling (3)
Prerequisite: A S 153. Selection, administration, and evaluation of psychological tests and psychometric data for use in counseling settings. (Course fee for assessment materials, approximately $5 to $10) (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
228. Seminar in Group Progress (3)
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Theories and methods of interpersonal communication within groups, transferal information, group leadership and membership, role perceptions, verbal and non-verbal interaction and group counseling. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
229. Seminar in Elementary School Counseling (3)
Prerequisite: A S 174, E94. Counseling theory and practice as they apply to the elementary school counselor. Research paper required in a selected area. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
230. Seminar in Counseling of Exceptional Children and Their Parents
Prerequisite: permission of instructor. Theories and techniques in working with parents of exceptional children; emphasis placed on individual and group counseling skills with parents, direct contact with families, case study and current legislation. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
231. Counseling Practicum (4; max total 8)
Prerequisite: A S 222, 224, 227, 228. Supervised on-campus counseling experiences with selected clients. Experience in individual counseling, critiquing of tapes and typescripts, observations, and case report writing. (2 seminar, 4 lab hours)
242. Seminar in Behavior Modification (3)
Behavior modification principles, programs, and techniques employed in special education and clinical-prescriptive teaching. Emphasis on school and home applications. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
243. Motor, Sensory, and Perceptual Abilities (3)
Prerequisite: AS 114, 170. Seminar in the special education of children who are educationally handicapped with psychomotor disabilities. Diagnostic-prescriptive programming and critiques required. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
244. Organization and Supervision of Special Education (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114 or permission of instructor. Seminar in the organization, financing, housing, equipping, staffing, and supervision of the special education program; desirable educational provisions for each type of exceptionality; legal provisions for special education including curriculum development, in-service education and teacher-pupil relationships.
245. Seminar in Identification and Evaluation of Exceptional Children
Prerequisite: A S 114, 153. Seminar and field work in the identification and evaluation of exceptional children. Review of testing techniques, evaluation of psychological reports, development of psychoeducational recommendations as a clinical process. Extensive independent child study and evaluation with appropriate diagnostic instruments. (Course fee for test materials, approximately $51o $10) (2 seminar, 2 lab hours, 2 field work hours)
246. Language and Cognitive Abilities (3)
Prerequisite A S 114, 170, 243, 245. Advanced curriculum development for learning handicapped with language and cognitive disabilities. Diagnostic-prescriptive programming required. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
248. Social and Affective Education (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114 or equivalent. Seminar. Development and remediation of social skills and affective abilities. Model programs for normal children and prescriptive interventions Ior those with social and personal behavior disorders. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
249. Practicum/Clinic: Career Education for the Handicapped (3-9;
max total 9)
Prerequisite: AS 253 and permission of instructor. Clinical experience in private and public agencies involved with vocational/career training for the handicapped work evaluation and job training programs supervised by university personnel. (2 lab hours and 1 hour outside preparation per unit)
253. Vocational/Career Education the Handicapped (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114 or permission of instructor. Seminar in the examination and application of vocational/career education and training for the handicapped; local, state, and federal models. (Test materials fee, approximately $5-$10) (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
254. Seminar in the Severely Handicapped Child (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114, 112, 153, 171. Characteristics, identification procedures, training programs, legal, and administrative problems. Research in causation, prevention, and treatment. Counseling of parents.
256. Practicum in Special Education (3-9; max total 9)
Prerequisite: A S 114, 170, 243, 245, 246. Clinical experience in diagnosis and evaluation of exceptional children, prescriptive program development, prescriptive instruction, and program management. Experience to include data gathering, program planning and execution, evaluation, and consultation. (2 field hours per unit)
256D. Practicum and Clinical Experience: Gifted (3-9; max total 9)
Prerequisite: A S 114. Clinical experience in community agencies dealing with the identification, diagnosis, and education of mentally gifted children. Practical field experience in cooperating school districts with special and experimental programs. (2 field hours per unit)
257. Seminar on the Gifted Child (3)
Prerequisite: A S 114. Research and practice regarding community attitudes, means of identification, types of giftedness, behavioral characteristics, environmental backgrounds, differentiated needs of the gifted.
258. Seminar in Educational Provisions for the Gifted (3)
Prerequisite: AS 114. Research pertaining to administrative provisions, program planning, curricular adaptations, teaching-learning strategies, and ways of motivating gifted and talented youth.
259. Seminar in Creative Children and Youth (3)
Prerequisite: AS 114. Analysis of current theory and research on creativity, its manifestations and measurement; guidelines for creative development, creative approaches in learning and teaching.
260. Seminar in Research in Contemporary Problems: Gifted and Creative
Prerequisite: A S 114. Analysis of research problems regarding the gifted, creative, and talented. Individual critiques or original research. Development of research project in preparation for the thesis.
261. Organization for Administration and Support of Education (3)
Prerequisite: teaching experience. Interrelationships of federal, state, county, city, and district units in the administration and promotion of programs of education.
262. Seminar in Educational Principalship (3)
Prerequisite: teaching experience; A S 261. Seminar on problems, procedures, and organizational relationships of elementary and secondary schools; the administrator's responsibilities in areas of organization and control; teacher personnel, pupil personnel, noncertificated personnel; special and auxiliary agencies; guidance; supervision; community relationships.
263. Seminar in Supervision for Improvement of Instruction (3)
Prerequisite: teaching experience; S Ed 250 or 273; A S 261. Seminar for clarification and application of modern concepts and techniques of supervision; practice in leadership roles, promoting productive human relationships, developing communication skills, and evaluation of teaching; ways at helping teachers in their credential fields.
264. Seminar in the Legal Aspects of Education (3)
Prerequisite: teaching experience; A S 261. A case study approach In reviewing important court decisions, both state and federal, that have directly affected the public schools. Legal relationships in public education applied to federal, state, and local levels.
266. Seminar in School Finance and Business Administration (3)
Prerequisite: A S 261. Economic perspectives and practices of school finance and business administration; local, state, and federal responsibility for financial support of education. (2 seminar, 2 lab hours)
272. Seminar in Advanced Curriculum Evaluation and Development (3)
Prerequisite: preliminary credential or permission of instructor. Nature and scope of curriculum development; administrative determiners of curriculum; influence at governmental agencies and organizations, foundations, business and industry, and power structures as curriculum determiners; international influence on curriculum development and curriculum evaluation at various levels of governmental operation.
273. Field Work in Administrative Services (3)
Prerequisite: 18 units of coursework in school administration to be selected from A S 261, 262, 263, 264, 266, 272, 275. For individuals working toward an administrative services credential. Involves on-the-job experiences in the solution of practical administrative problems with written reports thereon; seminar discussions of field experiences and related literature and interaction in field and in seminar with practicing school administrators.
275. Seminar in Advanced Techniques of Personnel Administration in
Prerequisite: preliminary credential or permission of instructor. Advanced techniques of staff improvement in service, staff participation in policy making, improvement of communication channels and methods at communication, economic and contractual relationships, and improvement of working conditions; work and responsibility of nonteaching staff members.
276. Seminar in School-Community Relations and Facilities (3)
Prerequisite: A S 261, 262, 263. Seminar on interaction with community forces, news media, political agencies, and minority groups in policy development; decision-making based on factual data; and management of physical facilities.
290. Independent Study (1-3; max see reference)
See Academic Placement -- Independent Study.
(See Course Numbering System.)
373. Instructional and Curriculum Problems
(1-3; max total 12 if no topic repeated)
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