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ACCT110 Financial Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to the process of financial reporting for business organizations including the preparation of financial statements. Primary emphasis is placed on accounting concepts with an exposure to procedural techniques to give students a basic knowledge of the accounting process. The course is designed for users of accounting information.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ACCT115 Management Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Focuses on the use of accounting data within a business for planning, controlling, and making decisions for the optimal utilization of the firm's financial resources.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT110 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT210 Intro Federal Income Tax

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Introduces students to the federal income tax system, based on the Internal Revenue Code, its regulations and interpretations. Emphasis is placed, primarily, on the concepts of tax planning and compliance for business decision-making, and secondarily, for use in individual financial planning.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT110 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT215 Accounting Information Systems

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A study of modern concepts of accounting information systems including accounting systems design for organizations of differing character and complexity. Manual and automated accounting systems are reviewed including the transition from manual to automated accounting systems. Designing internal controls and auditing of computerized systems are reviewed.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT115 AND CISC150 ) OR ( ACCT115 AND COMP150 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT300 Cost Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An in-depth study of the basic principles and procedures of cost accounting that are most often used by typical manufacturing and service organizations. The cost accounting cycle is studied in a step-by-step approach to the flow of costs. Emphasis is on estimating, planning and controlling costs.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT115 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT333 Accounting for Governmental and Other Nonprofit Entities

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

An introduction to the principles and standards used in not-for-profit accounting, as applied to governmental entities, health care organizations, colleges and universities, and all other non-profit organizations.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT115 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT335 Intermediate Accounting 1
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Introduces students to the theoretical foundation of generally accepted accounting principles for financial reporting and how those principles apply to a firm's asset, liability, and owners' equity accounts. Asset accounts are examined in depth.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT110 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT340 Intermediate Accounting 2
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
Applies intermediate accounting concepts to such advanced topics as liabilities, equity, income taxes, pensions, and postretirement benefits.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT335 )

Corequisite: None

ACCT410 Advanced Topics in Financial Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Develops topics emphasizing the relationship between specialized accounting functions and their impact on the financial statements of business organizations.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT110 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT420 Auditing

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Introduces the standards and procedures underlying auditing and emphasizes current auditing practices within the public accounting profession and operational auditing practices. The course stresses risk analysis and includes statistical sampling techniques.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT335 AND ACCT340 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT435 International Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Focuses on how and why accounting principles differ among countries, and on financial and accounting issues that U.S.-based, international businesses face. The course includes international auditing, international taxation, currency transaction and translation issues, and preparation of consolidated financial statements.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT335 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT450 Advanced Topics in Managerial Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to supplement and integrate cost accounting, intermediate accounting, and management concepts and strategies. The course emphasizes strategic cost management and the impact of managerial accounting information on employees’ behavior within a company.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT300 AND MATH107 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT460 Advanced Federal Taxation

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Introduces students to the concepts of corporate, partnership, estate, and trust taxation. Emphasis is placed on tax theory and application as well as projects in tax research. In addition, students will apply that theory in the preparation of Forms 1120, 1120S, 1065, 1041, and 706.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT210 )

Corequisite:   None

ACCT480 Topics in Accounting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

Introduces in-depth aspects of accounting and topics of current interest. Topics to be determined prior to the semester in which the course is offered.

Prerequisite: ( ACCT335 AND ACCT340 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC100 Learning Strategies for College
[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 1sh ]
Designed to develop the learning styles, attitudes, and behavior of students with special academic needs. The students will be instructed in listening skills, note taking, textbook reading, preparation for tests, use of time, solving problems, organizing study, critical and creative thinking for studying, and methods for converting short-term memory to long-term memory.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC101 Introduction to Academic and Personal Development
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An introduction to the evolution and purposes of American higher education and the value of general education requirements. Explores the psychosocial development of college students with a focus on self-awareness along multiple domains including academic skills, interpersonal relationships, career interests, and technological and communication skills.   Acquaints students with university resources, diversity issues, and the connection between student learning styles and college success.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ADAC105 Principles & Development of Cognitive Reading Processes

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

College students will learn strategies and techniques to enhance their abilities to learn from written materials, including both expository and narrative texts and professional journals. The development of students' cognitive reading processes will be emphasized. This includes stressing methods pertaining to activating, schema, predicting, anticipating, searching, verifyng, organizing, remembering and elaborating. Students will learn to apply metacognitive monitoring and self-correction strategies. Vocabulary development skills will also be emphasized, including the effective use of graphophonic, syntactic, semantic, and structural cues to identify unknown words.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC119 First Year Student Seminar

[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 1 sh]

An introduction to the culture and mission of the university and its programs of study.  The course will explore the purpose of one's college education and provide the student an opportunity to engage with an academic field of interest.  The student will be introduced to basic college learning and study skills.  Through class discussion, the student will engage in active learning.  Common co-curricular activities will facilitate the first year student's connection to the university.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC125 Introduction to Career/Life Planning

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

Through an exploration of career development, thorough self-assessment, development of sound decision-making skills, and exploration of academic programs of study and the world of work, this course facilitates the ultimate declaration of an appropriate major and the first steps in navigating the career/life planning process. Restricted to second and subsequent semester students.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC200 Foundations of Group Peer Tutoring

[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 1 sh]

An overview of the mission, philosophy, and operation of Lock Haven University Tutorial Services. Students will be acquainted with the critical issues encountered in tutoring including the following: legal, multiculturalism, disabilities, pedagogy, learning strategies, and group dynamics.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC605 Clinical Mental Health Counseling as a Profession

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Focuses on ethical, legal, and professional issues in clinical mental health counseling. The various roles of clinical mental health counselors and issues facing the practice of mental health counseling will also be explored in this context. The profession of mental health counseling will be examined from both a historical standpoint and in light of current trends. Professional codes of ethics will be discussed as will critical legal cases and rulings. Professional credentialing and licensing requirements will be covered.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC610 Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

Introduces students to theories and models of counseling and psychotherapy that are consistent with current professional practice and standards. The implications of various theories for conceptualizing client problems and generating intervention techniques will be highlighted. The course focuses upon counseling strategies whose efficacy is supported by empirical evidence.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC615 Assessment and Testing in Mental Health Counseling
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Designed to provide an overview of the assessment procedures and tools used by clinical mental health counselors. Students will learn to select, administer, and interpret tests of cognitive ability, achievement, aptitude, memory, personality, and mental and behavioral functioning. Additionally, students will learn to assess suicidality, lethality, and mental status. Emphasis will be placed on integrating the findings of various instruments and communicating the results via oral or written reports.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC620 Lifespan Development: Implications for Counseling
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
Designed to examine theories of human development across the lifespan. Emphasis will be placed on the importance of understanding developmental norms in conceptualizing the needs of clients and challenges they may be facing. Additionally, the importance of understanding typical human development in determining whether particular behaviors or responses are normative or whether they represent a need for intervention, will be covered.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ADAC625 Skills and Techniques in Mental Health Counseling

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to focus on interpersonal and counseling skills and techniques that characterize successful counseling interventions within and across various theoretical models. Evidence-based counseling interventions will be emphasized. The importance of various components of counseling such as goal-setting, developing a treatment plan, dealing with resistance, making a referral, and terminating the counseling relationship will be covered.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC610 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC630 Research and Evaluation

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to provide students with the skills and knowledge needed to critically evaluate research in the practice of clinical mental health counseling. The course will focus on research methods, statistical analyses, ethical and multicultural guidelines for conducting research, developing measurable outcomes to determine therapeutic effectiveness and models for evaluation of counseling services. Students will learn to critically evaluate research articles.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ADAC635 Multicultural Counseling

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An examination of the importance of cultural context in the process of counseling. Emphasis will be placed on developing cultural self-awareness as a foundation for becoming a culturally competent and responsive professional. The culturally sensitive application of counseling techniques and therapeutic interventions and teh effects of racism, discrimination, sexism, power, privilege, and oppression on one's own life and career and those of the client will be discussed in depth.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC640 Career Development and Counseling

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An overview of career development theories and decision-making models. Students will learn to identify and utilize appropriate assessment and counseling strategies. Career and educational planning across the lifespan will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC645 Addiction Counseling

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introducation to the assessment, etiology, understanding, and treatment of addictions, including substance abuse, gambling, shopping and other behavioral addictions. Prevention, dual diagnosis, risk assessment, crisis intervention and issues related to diagnosis and treatment in multicultural, rural and veteran populations will be covered. Empirically supported models of understanding and treating addictions will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 AND ADAC610 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC650  Psychopathology, Differential Diagnosis, and Intervention (3.0 sh)

An explication of diagnostic classification using the DSM-5.  Students will gain an understanding of the etiology, symptoms, and clinical presentation of various mental disorders to facilitate differential diagnosis and treatment.  The course also covers the basic classes and uses of commonly prescribed psychopharmacological medications.  The importance of differential diagnosis in developing a treatment plan and selecting appropriate interventions will be emphasized.

Prerequisite:  ADAC615 and ADAC620 and ADAC625

ADAC655  Advanced Counseling Skills (3.0 sh)

Allows students to practice their newly developed differential diagnosis, treatment planning and counseling skills through role-playing to practice before entering the field experiences working with real clients.  Direct supervision and feedback will enhance the students' abilities to become effective counselors.

Prerequisite:  ADAC620 and ADAC625 and ADAC650

ADAC660 Family and Couples Therapy

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

An introduction to family and couples therapy from a systemic perspective. Focus on current evidence-based models commonly used in counseling families and couples will be emphasized. Approaches to assessment and treatment planning as well as ethical, legal and professional issues will be covered.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 AND ADAC610 )

ADAC662 Child and Adolescent Counseling (3.0 sh)

An introduction to child and adolescent counseling.  Common disorders and issues for this population will be explored, along with an overview of evidence-based interventions, strategies, and approaches to working with children, adolescents, and their parents/guardians.  Ethical and legal considerations for counselors working with children, adolescents, and their families will be emphasized.

Prerequisite:  ADAC605 and ADAC610 and ADAC625

Corequisite:   None

ADAC664 Creative Therapies for Children and Adolescents (3.0 sh)

Provides an overview of creative therapeutic techniques such as play therapy, cognitive-behavioral therapy, social skills training, art therapy and other types of interventions designed to engage children and adolescents into the therapy process.  Discussion, demonstration and practice of a variety of techniques and strategies will be the focus.

Prerequisites:  ADAC605 and ADAC610 and ADAC625

ADAC665 Group Counseling
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Provides didactic and experiential training in group counseling. Critical aspects of group processes and dynamics, including group formation, group stages, cohesion, norms, decision-making, and leading/co-leading will be emphasized. Issues related to confidentiality, client selection, ethics and diversity will be covered. Students will be introduced to and practice the skills required to lead counseling groups.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 AND ADAC610 )

Corequisite:   None

ADAC670 Diagnosis and Treatment of Post- Traumatic Stress Disorder
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An in-depth examination of the etiology, diagnosis and treatment of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Evidenced-based treatment modalities will be emphasized. There will be a special focus on diagnosis and treatment of PTSD in military veterans as well as survivors of natural disasters, wars, school and community violence, domestic violence, sexual assault, and child sexual abuse.

Prerequisite: ( ADAC605 AND ADAC610 )

Corequisite: None

ADAC675 Issues Facing Military Veterans (3.0 sh)

An introduction to psychological issues facing the veterans including dual diagnosis, risk assessment, crisis intervention, and issues related to diagnosis in multicultural veteran populations.  Stages of military deployment will be assessed along with the common psychological and/or behavioral issues that veterans may experience during these stages.  Considerations for counselors working with military veterans will be emphasized.

Prerequisites:  ADAC605, ADAC610, ADAC625

ADAC680 Reintegration and Recovery for Veterans and their Families (3.0 sh)

A review of the post-deployment stage and issues facing military veterans and their families during reintegration and recovery.  Empirically supported techniques and interventions for veterans and their families will be analyzed.  Issues facing military veterans and families once discharged will be discussed as well as advocacy processes to address challenges faced by the veteran population.  Implications of vicarious trauma will be discussed along with individual and organizational strategies to mitigate the potential for vicarious trauma.

Prerequisites:  ADAC605 and ADAC610 and ADAC625

ADAC685 Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues in Counseling (3.0 sh)

Provides students with an in-depth understanding and application of ethical, legal, and professional issues for counselors.  Current professional issues within the field will provide a framework to thoroughly review the American Counseling Association (ACA) Code of Ethics.  Emphasis will be placed on the wellness model and self-care issues as related to ethical decision making, as well as advocacy efforts for both the profession and the client.

Prerequisite:  ADAC605

ADAC690 Practicum (3.0 sh)

Introduces the student to the work experience of a professional clinical mental health counselor.  Students will complete the practicum in a setting that reflects his/her career interests under the supervision of an on-site supervisor and a faculty member.  The total practicum experience must yield 100 on-site clock hours to meet CACREP accreditation, of which at least 40 will be spent providing direct clinical service, including experience leading groups.  Students will receive at least one hour of weekly individual supervision from the on-site supervisor, and 1.5 hours of group supervision per week from program faculty.

Prerequisites:  ADAC6—Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues, ADAC625, ADAC635, ADAC650, ADAC655, ADAC665

ADAC695 Internship 1 for Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3.0 sh)

Students complete a 300 on-site clock hour (120 hours providing direct clinical service, including leading groups) internship in a setting that reflects their career interests.  Students receive one hour of weekly individual site supervision and 1.5 hours of group supervision from the program faculty.  Students are encouraged to work in 2 different sites throughout the experience to reflect the comprehensive work experiences of a professional clinical mental health counselor.

Prerequisites:  ADAC690

ADAC696 Internship 2 for Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3.0 sh)

Students complete a 300 on-site clock hour (120 hours providing direct clinical service, including leading groups) internship in a setting that reflects their career interests.  Students receive one hour of weekly individual site supervision and 1.5 hours of group supervision from the program faculty.  Students are encouraged to work in 2 different sites throughout the experience to reflect the comprehensive work experiences of a professional clinical mental health counselor.

Prerequisite:  ADAC690

ALTE300 Helping Skills in Alternative Education

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

This course is an introduction to working with at-risk youth in alternative education settings. The course is designed to prepare future educators and others for work in alternative education settings by introducing the scope and purpose of alternative education, the characteristics and dynamics of at-risk conditions for youth, and by providing opportunities to develop basic helping skills. Students will learn basic helping skills necessary for effective intervention with at-risk students including helping communication, referral/case-management, conflict management, interviewing and assessment. Approximately one-half of the course is designed to examine at-risk youth issues and the programmatic considerations related to those issues and one-half of the course is devoted to examining alternative education settings and the development of helping skills appropriate to working in those settings. Restricted to Elementary and Special Education majors with a minimum of 60 credit hours; others by permission.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE480 Alternative Education Practicum

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The capstone course for the Alternative Education minor. It includes four weeks of classroom-only experience and eleven weeks in a placement at an alternative education program site. The four weeks of classroom experience emphasize alternative education theory and skills development. The eleven-week placement allows students to participate in a supervised participation experience, emphasizing practical application of alternative education classroom interventions.

Prerequisite: ( ALTE300 )

Corequisite:   None

ALTE600 Introduction: Inquiry and Educational Change

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Introduces the Master of Education in Teaching and Learning and Alternative Education. In this course graduate students will be introduced to the program expectations, tools and objectives including the technologies utilized for program delivery and electronic portfolio development, online learning strategies, the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards, the National Educational Technology Standards for Teachers, and educational research.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE604 Designing Assessments Using Performance Standards

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The purpose of this course is to provide graduate students an understanding of and practice with the design and analysis of assessments and rubrics that can be employed in a standards-based classroom. Readings and activities are grounded in educational research and illustrated with meaningful classroom practices of teaching and learning in a standards-based environment.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE607 Projects, Readings and Case Studies in Alternative Education

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Concentration on a project, readings, or reflective practice case studies in alternative education.   Students choose from the following: (1) identify a curriculum, instruction, staff development, classroom management or leadership problem and design a plan or project to investigate that problem; (2) summarize and analyze scholarly writings in curriculum, instruction, classroom management, leadership, and other related areas in alternative education; (3) identify a curriculum, instruction, classroom management, leadership issue, and then plan and construct an inquiry regarding the issue.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE608 Education Reform

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

An in-depth look at efforts to reform the education system in the United States. The course includes a historical overview of American education during the past 100 years; an analysis of reform efforts; contributions by various cultures, inside and outside of the United States to reform efforts; an overview of the process of reform; and, an exploration of current reform initiatives.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE609 Classroom Management and Control
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Designed to promote student mastery of theory and practice related to classroom management. Students develop a repertoire of strategies to use for preventing and managing classroom discipline with all types of students and situations.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE610 Helping Skills in Alternative Education
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
This course is an introduction to working with at-risk youth in alternative education settings. The course is designed to prepare educators and others for work in alternative education settings by reviewing the characteristics and dynamics of at-risk conditions for youth and by providing opportunities to develop basic helping skills. Approximately 1/3 of the course is designed to examine at-risk youth issues, establishing appropriate conditions for helping, and the programmatic considerations in Alternative Education. Two-thirds of the course is devoted to examining various alternative education settings and the development of helping skills appropriate to working in those settings. Students will learn basic helping skills necessary for effective intervention with at-risk students including helping communication, referral/case-management, conflict management, handling crises, and interviewing. Additional helping strategies including resilience education, social skills training, and community interventions are also introduced.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ALTE611 Character Education: Developing Students to Become Productive Citizens

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Focuses on the need for developing students’ ability to make good decisions based on reasoned principles and an approach to incorporate this skill as a part of the regular curriculum. Graduate students enrolled in this course will trace the history of moral education and evaluate various approaches to improve the moral behavior of grade school learners. In addition, the graduate students will choose one area of the curriculum and devise a long-range plan that will enhance the character development of their student learners.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE612 Number and Number Systems and Pedagogy

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Utilizes the five core propositions of the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards and the associated discipline/grade level standards as a framework. Graduate students will utilize best practice in mathematical pedagogy and collaborate with other teachers to plan, teach and revise lesson plans in a format that follows Lesson Study research.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE615 Alternative Education: An Introduction to Theory and Practice

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

This course is designed to be an introduction to theories and practices in Alternative Education. An array of topics is explored to bring research, theories and practices together in a meaningful format. The inquiry nature of this course will serve as a building block for issues in other courses and the capstone research project. Emphasis is placed upon the practical application of theories in the classroom, best practices and characteristics of effective programs.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE616 Curriculum Issues in Alternative Education

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

This course is an introduction to curriculum issues in alternative education settings. This course is designed to empower educators to facilitate a framework for instructional design in the classroom. Educational research proves that there are best practices that can be used to empower teachers to align curriculum, instruction, and assessment to the State and National Standards. Educators will be able to prepare environments that will promote success for at-risk students, by utilizing differentiated instructional and management techniques.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE617 Grant Writing

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Focuses on the process of writing grants in human services and education. Students will explore and analyze the various components of a grant, the process of developing and writing proposals, research techniques that produce results, the budgeting process, and how to develop a unified proposal. Students will write a grant proposal as a final product for the course.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE618 Understanding the Role of Cognition and Social Skills in the Classroom

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

This course is designed to promote student mastery of theory and practice related to cognitive and social skills training. Specifically, students will explore brain-based learning, cognitive skills research, social skills research, and the practical uses of these concepts with students in the classroom.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE625 Investigating Curriculum Issues in Education
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Students may select one issue from the following: curriculum mapping, designing assessment using performance standards, differentiated instruction, brain-based learning. In the alternative, they may propose another issue for instructor approval. Through investigation, analyzation, and discussion, students investigate and formulate criteria necessary for the implementation of best practices within the classroom. (ALTE625 does not supplant ALTE616.)

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE645 Topics in Urban Education
[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An intensive approach to urban education issues and practices designed to explore specialized knowledge and skill pertinent to the field of education. Topics may include, among others, equity and diversity in the classroom, multi-ability classroom practices, urban curriculum issues, urban minority families and communities, and other relevant federal legislations, classroom management, and poverty. Emphasis is placed on written work and discussion.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ALTE648 Topics in Alternative Education

[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An intensive approach to alternative education issues and practices designed to explore specialized knowledge and skill pertinent to the field of education. Topics may include, among others, correctional education, school and/or educational reform, charter schools, specialized alternative learning environments, residential settings, and urban education.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE692 Reflective Practice and Action Research 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The first of two courses designed to promote thoughtful consideration and application of educational theory and research to the analysis of student learning in the teacher's daily decision-making process.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ALTE694 Reflective Practice and Action Research 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The second of two courses designed to promote thoughtful consideration and application of educational theory and research to the analysis of student learning in the teacher's daily decision-making process.

Prerequisite: ( ALTE692 ) OR ( EDTL692 )

Corequisite:   None

ALTE695 Advanced Field Experience

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The culminating course in the M.Ed. graduate program that allows the graduate student to apply knowledge and demonstrate skills gained in their professions. This course is restricted to graduate students and is a core requirement in the M.Ed. Teaching and Learning and Alternative Education programs.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH101 Intro Anthropology

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An overview of what anthropology has discovered about our biological and cultural evolution in physical anthropology and archaeology. Students will also examine contemporary societies from a cross cultural perspective.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH102 Cultural Anthropology

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

Explores and explains the diversity of human behavior in such areas as social organization, politics, economics and religion.  The class also seeks to understand and explain this behavior.  A goal of this course is to have students view new patterns of living using the principle of cultural relativism.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH323 Cultures North American Indians
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
A study of traditional native American culture and the process by which the various indigenous cultures are currently merging into a pan-Indian awareness. (Fulfills multicultural general education)

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH328 Social Science Seminar
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
ANTH328-Anthropology of Women: Investigates the status of women in hunting and gathering, horticultural, agricultural, and industrial societies. Through this investigation we will discover the factors leading to sexual equality and inequality and make assessments about the status of women in the developing world.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ANTH330 Japanese Culture and Society

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Sociological and anthropological perspectives are used to understand Japanese culture and society. The course will highlight various social institutions and cultural elements of the Japanese society, namely education, religion, popular culture, group dynamics, marriage and the family, and economy. Through the multidisciplinary approach, the course will investigate both historical as well as contemporary issues concerning Japan. See also SOCI330.

Prerequisite: ( SOCI101 ) OR ( ANTH102 ) OR ( ANTH101 )

Corequisite:   None

ANTH422 Anthropology Latin America

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Studies indigenous cultures of Central and South America as constructed from archaeological and ethnographic. Ethnographic information on contemporary Indians, peasants, and urban residents and analysis of current events from an anthropological point of view will also be presented.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH424 Anthropology of the Middle East

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An exploration of the political, economic, religious and kinship systems of Middle Eastern peasants, pastoralists and townsmen. Contemporary issues such as the rise of Islamic Fundamentalism, Arab-Israeli relations, oil wealth, labor migration and development will also be examined from an anthropological perspective.

Prerequisite: ( ANTH101 ) OR ( ANTH102 ) OR ( SOCI101 )

Corequisite:   None

ANTH622 Anthropology of Latin America

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A study of indigenous cultures of Central and South America as constructed from archaeological, ethnographic and historical data. Ethnographic information on contemporary peasants, Indians, and urban residents and analysis of current events from an anthropological point of view will also be presented.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH624 Anthropology of the Middle East

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An exploration of the political, economic, religious and kinship systems of Middle Eastern peasants, pastoralists and townsmen. Contemporary issues such as the rise of Islamic Fundamentalism, Arab-Israeli relations, oil wealth, labor migration and development will also be examined from an anthropological perspective.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH628 Social Science Seminar

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

This course will investigate the status of men and women in hunting and gathering, horticultural, agricultural, developing and industrial societies. Through this investigation we will discover the factors heading to sexual equality and inequality and make some assessments about the status of women in our society using a comparative perspective.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ANTH630 Japanese Culture and Society
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
The course will use sociological and anthropological perspectives to understand Japanese culture and society. The course will highlight various social institutions and cultural elements of the Japanese society, namely education, religion, popular culture, group dynamics, marriage and the family, and economy. Through the multidisciplinary approach, the course will investigate both historical as well as contemporary issues concerning Japan.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART100 Understanding Art
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Introduces students to the world of art both past and present.  Essential ideas of art are examined in concrete form using examples from diverse times and cultures.  The course stresses understanding that art as a universal human creative impulse by studying its forms in a variety of aesthetic and cultural contexts.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ART102 Art Fundamentals

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An examination of the basic principles which govern all art forms and an exploration of the art elements which allow these principles to be applied. The emphasis will be on the development of visual thinking and the ability to respond to art as well as to natural and manmade environments. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART103 Introduction to Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A survey of art history that serves as an introduction to aesthetics, perception, art criticism, and the art heritage of humankind. It is designed to help students develop appreciation and understanding of the visual arts. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART105 Introduction Three-Dimensional Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to the basic understanding of the elements of composition and principles of design in the three-dimensional arts. Students will execture a series of studio projects to stimulate visual problem-solving and will engage in aesthetic exercises which focus on the fundamental principles of three-dimensional design.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART110 Color & Two-Dimensional Design

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Develops judgment and creativity in solving problems of abstract and decorative design with the use of color.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART112 Drawing 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A beginning exploration of drawing practices, materials and concepts concentrating on perspective, still life, landscape and portrait. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART200 Visual Thinking

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

The study of idea development as it applies to the graphic communicator. A variety of idea-generating techniques are explored with a strong emphasis upon quick visual exercises to stimulate innovative thinking and collaborative visual problem solving.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART208 History of Photography
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Investigates the development of photography from its inception (c. 1839) to the present. Students examine the primary photographers, techniques, and aesthetic issues addressed over the last 170+ years. These aspects of photography will be viewed within their historical and cultural context.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART210 Materials & Techniques
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An intensive study and experimentation with different media. Stress is placed on creative expression and the use of the principles of design. Students will be introduced to computer graphics. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ART217 Introduction to Electronic Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to electronic and digital means of producing artworks utilizing primarily computer based technology. Students create electronically generated images and are required to solve specific design problems.

Prerequisite: ( ART110 ) OR ( ART212 ) OR ( ART112 )

Corequisite:   None

ART221 Typography

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to typography: the art of designing with type, including the planning of typeface, size, composition, and page layout. This course explores the fundamental principles of typography and its integral role in graphic design.

Prerequisite: ( ART110 )

Corequisite:   None

ART227 History of Graphic Design

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Survey of the history of design concentrating on visual communication and typography from prehistory to the digital revolution.

Prerequisite: ( ART103 ) OR ( ART105 ) OR ( ART110 )

Corequisite:   None

ART300 Arts and Crafts

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to expose the student to a wide-range of fine applied crafts, featuring a variety of experiences utilizing various media and techniques. Students will be encouraged to develop and express creative ideas in their work, as well as be expected to broaden their ideas through research of designs from various sources. The practical application of the theoretical knowledge and understanding of the fundamental elements principles of design will be emphasized.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART301 Renaissance and Baroque Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Art historical survey that covers the architecture, sculpture and painting in Italy, Flanders, Holland, England, and Spain from the fifteenth through the seventeenth centuries. Fulfills General Education Requirements.   Recommend ART103 or ART304 prior to enrolling.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART302 Art for Early Childhood

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

An emphasis on art and art education for children between the pre-kindergarten and third grades. Students become familiar with the philosophy and theories of art education, curriculum planning, and teaching/learning strategies for young children. Various art activities will provide hands-on experience. ART302 is open only to students with a declared major in Early Childhood and a minimum number of 32 sh.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART304 Ancient & Medieval Art
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
A detailed study of the history of art from Paleolithic times through the Gothic period. Art objects will be studied as reflections of changing cultural priorities that coincide with historic developments in Western Civilization. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: ( ART103 )

Corequisite:   None

ART305 Pottery
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An introduction to the methods of forming pottery from primitive to contemporary techniques. Explores various types of decorating, glazing, and firing. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ART306 Art Elem Self-Contained Classrm

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An art education course of theory, activities, media and appreciation for the classroom teacher to use for integrating art with other core subjects in the elementary grades. ART306 is open only to students with a declared major in Elementary Education with a minimum of 32 sh.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART307 Asian Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A survey of the visual arts in Asia (India, China and Japan) from prehistoric through the eighteenth century (pre-modern period). Emphasis will be on tracing major artistic developments and achievements in each region.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART308 On-line Interactive Design

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A studio course that explores concepts and structures of on-line communication employing interactive digital media. A variety of World Wide Web authoring tools and procedures are introduced.

Prerequisite: ( ART217 ) OR ( ART110 )

Corequisite:   None

ART309 Fabrics and Fibers

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Based upon contemporary design techniques for textiles that had their origin in other cultures. Students will engage in a wide range of fiber arts experiences, featuring a variety of media and techniques.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART312 Drawing 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to expand the students conception of drawing subjects, techniques, and materials. An appreciation and study of drawings by major artists is also included. Fulfills General Education Requirements

Prerequisite: ( ART212 ) OR ( ART112 )

Corequisite:   None

ART315 Ceramics: Techniques in Hand- building and Tile Construction

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

A studio intensive exploration of various hand-building and tile construction techniques. The hand-built construction techniques investigated will be slab, drape, coil, additive, and reductive methods. The tile-making component of this course will emphasize various traditional and nontraditional mosaic tile construction methods. Bas, mezzo, and alto relief tile construction will be explored by creating plaster press and stamp molds of student generated relief tiles.   Fulfills General Education Requirements

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART318 Introduction to Digital Photography
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
An introduction to the art, craft and history of photography through digital media.

Prerequisite: ( ART217 ) OR ( ART217 )

Corequisite:   None

ART325 Printmaking
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An exploration of various traditional and contemporary printmaking techniques. Media include linoleum, woodcut, wood engraving, copper and zinc etching and engraving. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: ( ART110 AND ART112 ) OR ( ART110 AND ART212 )

Corequisite: None

ART328 Humanities Seminar

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

In-depth exploration of a selected topic in art. Students engage in research and participate in intensive discussions. Emphasis will be on gaining critical understanding of works of art through contextualization and study of various issues related to a given genre or social/historical context.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART330 Painting

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An exploration of various painting materials, techniques, and styles of painting. Stress is placed on development of a creative, personal style. Paintings from the mid-1800s to the present serve as course models. Media may include watercolor, oil and acrylic paint. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART335 Sculpture & Three-Dimensional Design

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to three-dimensional design and sculpture with an examination of many sculptural techniques, both ancient and modern. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART340 Jewelry

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

This course is designed to introduce students to basic metal working tools and equipment, and a variety of hand fabrication and soldering techniques. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART342 Print Design

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to processes and problems in print design. This course specifically builds upon skills developed in ART221 Typography.

Prerequisite: ( ART217 AND ART221 )

Corequisite:   None

ART345 Metals - Surface and Form Manipulation

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

Designed to introduce students to a variety of surface decorations using texture and color, as well as to provide opportunities for students to explore numerous ways of manipulating metal into three-dimensional forms. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART350 Photography 1
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Beginning exploration of photographic processes and materials. The course attempts to take the subject matter beyond its stage of literalness to a more expressive and stylistic approach in content and technique. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART355 Life Studies
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
An exploration and study of the anatomy and expressive qualities of the human form through drawing.

Prerequisite: ( ART312 )

Corequisite: None

ART390 Video Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An introduction to digital video as an expressive art medium including filming, nonlinear editing, audio and post-production techniques.

Prerequisite: ( ART217 )

Corequisite:   None

ART401 History of Modern Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Modern art from 1800 to 1990. Emphasis on relating concepts of modern art to the philosophy underlying development of various 19th and early 20th century art styles. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART411 Interactive Animation

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Exploration of computer based animation and drawing techniques utilizing a vector-based animation program such as Macromedia Flash.

Prerequisite: ( ART212 AND ART217 ) OR ( ART112 AND ART217 )

Corequisite:   None

ART420 Art Since 1950

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A survey of art since 1950. Emphasis is placed on the study of artistic movements emerging in reaction to Modernism and the impact of critical theory on late twentieth and early twenty-first century art.

Prerequisite: ( ART103 AND ART401 )

Corequisite:   None

ART425 Special Problems

[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 4 sh]

Topics available from any studio course after having completed the basic course and gained permission from department. Makes possible individual study, creative work or research under the direct guidance of the art staff. May be taken for 1 to 3 credits more than one time to provide options for in-depth study within a specified area. Fulfills General Education Requirements.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ART430 American Art: Unity in Diversity

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

A historical survey covering art produced in America from Colonial to Contemporary eras. Also examines influences that stem from multicultural sources, including the contributions of minorities to art in the US.

Prerequisite: ( ART103 )

Corequisite:   None

ART440 Aesthetics, Portfolios and Exhibitions
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
This course is taught in three units. The first covers the aesthetics from a wide range of studio disciplines. The second focuses on methods for creating portfolios for professional presentation. The third deals with exhibition preparation and gallery and museum practices. Emphasis is placed on hands on experience and development of career enhancing skills for art majors.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART490 Senior Capstone
[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 1 sh]
Students engage in an intensive project related to their major concentration which will culminate in an exhibition or presentation. Emphasis will be on gaining critical understanding of their work through articulation of goals, active critique, and self-assessment.

Prerequisite: ( ART440 )

Corequisite: None

ART600 Renaissance and Baroque Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A study of the architecture, sculpture and painting in Italy, Flanders, Holland, Germany, England, and Spain, with an emphasis on the general characteristics of the Renaissance.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART609 History of Modern Art

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Modern art from 1800-1940. Emphasis is placed on the development of concepts relating to modern art and the philosophy underlying the development of various styles of art in the Nineteenth and early Twentieth Centuries.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART628 Humanities Seminar

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

The chief purpose of this seminar is to explore the role of the fine arts in contemporary society and in the life of the individual. Students will be required to attend all cultural events on campus (i.e., concerts, plays, art exhibits, etc.). These events will be the basis for discussion, and brief review papers of all these events will be required. Field trips to Bucknell University, Lycoming College, and The Pennsylvania State University may be planned. When possible a trip to Washington, D.C., or New York City will be scheduled.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART630 American Art: Unity in Diversity

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An historical survey of American art covering prehistoric through modern eras. In addition to the American core culture, it includes typical contributions of minorities, such as American Indians, African Americans, Hispanic Americans, and women artists of all ethnic groups.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ART640 Jewelry 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An overview of the basic techniques for beginners in designing and making jewelry. A variety of tools and materials are used with a variety of different processes

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR100 Introduction to Athletic Training

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

An introduction to the basic techniques and procedures used in the athletic training profession and to the policies and procedures of the Lock Haven University Athletic Training Education Program (ATEP). Emphasis will be on introductory athletic training skills and athletic training room management. This course will specifically train the student to be certified in professional rescuer cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and First Aid. Emphasis will be placed on skills pertaining to injury prevention and acute care.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR202 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Designed to expose students to prevention techniques related to injuries sustained during participation in physical activity. Students will develop skills necessary to interpret risk factors associated with participation as well as prevention and recognition skills for environmental injuries.

Prerequisite: ( HLTH151 AND HLTH251 ) OR ( HLTH128 AND HLTH130 ) OR ( HLTH122 )

Corequisite:   None

ATTR230 Evidence-Based Medicine
[Minimum Semester Hours: 1 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 1 sh]
Designed to introduce the concepts of evidence-based medicine. Students develop the skills to generate an appropriate clinical question, search and critically evaluate the relevant literature, and make a clinical recommendation based on the findings.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ATTR260 General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to allow students to develop knowledge and skill in the assessment of general medical conditions and illnesses that occur in the physically active individual which includes an analysis of illness transmission, pathology, prevention, recognition, treatment and referral.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR300 General Medical Conditions in Athletic Training

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to allow students to develop knowledge and skill in the assessment of general medical conditions and illnesses that occur in the physically active individual which includes an analysis of illness transmission, pathology, prevention, recognition, treatment and referral.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR304 Administration and Organization of Athletic Training 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

Designed to examine in-depth the various issues, policies and procedures involved with the administration of athletic training in the traditional and nontraditional settings. An intensive evaluation of facility organization and design, Standard Operating Procedures and Emergency Action Plans, legal issues, budgeting, health care services, organizations and documents that affect the profession of athletic training, and performance enhancement methods, as well as drug testing procedures are investigated.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR322 Functional Anatomy 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

A clinically based approach to human anatomy stressing the functional relationship and interaction of the various anatomical structures. Human cadaver dissection by the students is an integral part of the laboratory sessions. Major body areas covered include the lower extremity, spine, integument and reproductive organs.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR332 Psychological Aspects of Injury and Illness

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Designed to expose students to the psychological aspect of injury, illness, and rehabilitation. Students are exposed to the growing body of literature that indicates psychological issues can have a significant impact on the quality of rehabilitation and one's life. Students learn about the various psychological factors that influence the rehabilitation process including, motivation, confidence, anxiety, and pain. Goal setting techniques, relaxation training, mental imagery, social support techniques, pain management techniques, and referral processes are also discussed.

Prerequisite: ( PSYC100 )

Corequisite:   None

ATTR342 Functional Anatomy 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]

A clinically based approach to human anatomy stressing functional relationship and interaction of the various anatomical structures. Human cadaver dissection by the students is an integral part of the laboratory sessions. Major body areas covered include the upper extremity, head, thorax, and abdominal cavity.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR364 Evaluation Techniques I
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3sh ]
Designed to introduce students to on-field and off-field injury evaluation techniques and management of the lower extremity. Students will develop their general evaluation skills and decide how to deal with lower extremity injuries of the foot, ankle, lower leg, knee, hip, thigh, pelvis, and lumbar spine.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR365 Evaluation Techniques II
[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]
Designed to introduce students to on-field and off-field injury evaluation techniques and management of the upper extremity, head, neck, and thorax. Students will develop their general evaluation skills and incorporate clinical reasoning in the selection of assessment procedures and interpretation of findings to formulate a differential diagnosis and/or diagnosis.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ATTR404 Administration and Organization of Athletic Training 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

Designed to prepare students for employment by organizing a resume, developing interview skills and employee evaluations, researching continuing education options, making decisions about employee conflict, and identifying Federal and State laws governing employment. Students will learn about the psychological techniques pertinent to athletics, as well as appropriate referral options and counseling techniques. In addition, this course will provide students with a strong background in research methodology and current issues in athletic training.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR410 Administration and Organization of Athletic Training

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

An in-depth analysis of the issues, policies, and procedures involved with the organization and administration of athletic training in teh traditional and non-traditional settings. This course evaluates allied health care professions, facility design, standard operating procedures, emergency action plans, budgeting, and health care services, as well as organizations and document that affect the profession of athletic training.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR415 Current Issues in Athletic Training

[Minimum Semester Hours: 3 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 3 sh]

Analyzes the ever-changing factors that affect the athletic training profession. Students will evaluate continuing education options, analyze employment recruiting and retention practices, and review state and federal legislative efforts. Students will also be exposed to teh associations and agencies that regulate the profession and the governing documents that they publish.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR453 Athletic Training Clinical Experience 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

Designed to provided opportunities for athletic training students to develop clinical skills in real life situations under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor. This course is the first of four clinical experiences occurring in a variety of clinical settings with a variety of patient populations. The skills developed by the students will address competencies and proficiences as directed by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Educational Competencies.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR454 Athletic Training Clinical Experience 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]

Designed to provided opportunities for athletic training students to develop clinical skills in real life situations under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor. This course is the second of four clinical experiences occurring in a variety of clinical settings with a variety of patient populations. The skills developed by the students will address competencies and proficiences as directed by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Educational Competencies.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR455 Athletic Training Clinical Experience 3

[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2sh ]

Designed to provided opportunities for athletic training students to develop clinical skills in real life situations under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor. This course is the third of four clinical experiences occurring in a variety of clinical settings with a variety of patient populations. The skills developed by the students will address competencies and proficiences as directed by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Educational Competencies.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR456 Athletic Training Clinical Experience 4
[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2sh ]
Designed to provided opportunities for athletic training students to develop clinical skills in real life situations under the direct supervision of a clinical instructor. This course is the final of four clinical experiences occurring in a variety of clinical settings with a variety of patient populations. The skills developed by the students will address competencies and proficiences as directed by the National Athletic Trainers' Association Educational Competencies.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR457 Athletic Training Clinical Experience 5
[Minimum Semester Hours: 2 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 2 sh]
This course is designed to allow students to begin applying athletic training clinical skills and proficiencies to real life situations under the supervision of a certified athletic trainer. The skills developed by the students will address competencies listed under the following content areas: Risk Management and Injury Prevention, Assessment and Evaluation, Acute Care of Injury and Illness, Pharmacology, Therapeutic Modalities, Therapeutic Exercise, General Medical Conditions and Disabilities, Nutritional Aspects of Injury and Illness, Psychosocial Intervention and Referral, and Health Care Administration. Restricted to students accepted into the Athletic Training Education Program.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite: None

ATTR462 Physical Modalities in Sports Medicine

[Minimum Semester Hours: 4 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 4 sh]

Designed as an in-depth analysis of the theory and application of hydrotherapy, electrotherapy, thermotherapy, cryotherapy, manual, and mechanical techniques for the treatment of injuries in the physically active patient.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR463 Therapeutic Exercise & Rehab

[Minimum Semester Hours: 4 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 4 sh]

Designed to teach the theory and application of exercise prescription and rehabilitation techniques. Equipment utilized in teh prevention and treatment of injuries is presented. Students will develop the skills necessary to design and implement an exercise program for individuals in both the healthy and diseased states.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR472 Therapeutic Interventions 1

[Minimum Semester Hours: 4 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 4 sh]

Provides athletic training students the theoretical foundation and clinical skills necessary to create and implement therapeutic interventions for the physically active. The course focuses on the foundational knowledge required to develop evidence-based treatment programs.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

ATTR473 Therapeutic Interventions 2

[Minimum Semester Hours: 4 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 4 sh]

Provides athletic training students the theoretical foundations and clinical skills necessary to create and implement therapeutic interventions. The course focuses on developing injury or condition specific evidence-based treatment programs in the physically active population.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

AVIA115 Aviation/Aerospace Workshop

[Minimum Semester Hours: 6 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 6 sh]

This workshop is designed to give prospective teachers of aviation/aerospace specific preparation to teach typical courses. It will cover such scientific aspects as aerodynamics, aircraft components, weight and balance, meteorology, physiology of flight, and the nature of outer space. Technologically it will include aircraft systems, basic navigation, radio navigation, communications, and the like. Other factors to be dealt with include air traffic control, federal aviation regulations, military applications, commercial and general aviation, and the aviation/aerospace education movement. Special force will be lent to the program by field trips and flight instruction, as well as the use of outstanding specialist consultants. This course will meet 3 sh of the laboratory requirements for general education.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

AVIA615 Aviation/Aerospace Workshop

[Minimum Semester Hours: 6 sh; Maximum Semester Hours: 6sh ]

This workshop is designed to give prospective teachers of aviation/aerospace specific preparation to teach typical courses. It will cover such scientific aspects as aerodynamics, aircraft components, weight and balance, meteorology, physiology of flight, and the nature of outer space. Technologically it will include aircraft systems, basic navigation, radio navigation, communications, and the like. Other factors to be dealt with include air traffic control, federal aviation regulations, military applications, commercial and general aviation, and the aviation/aerospace education movement. Special force will be lent to the program by field trips and flight instruction, as well as the use of outstanding specialist consultants.

Prerequisite: None

Corequisite:   None

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