VIEW:¬†¬†¬† New Course Descriptions
|Summer 2¬† ¬†2013 REGISTRATION DATES: |
|Please review your curriculum contract or contact your advisor to select classes required for your program.|
|Wait List: If a class you want is full, you can be added to the wait list for that class. Spaces in these classes go to wait listed students in the order received. You cannot be registered for a class and be on the waiting list for another class in the same time slot.|
|Students registering for an online (WA, WB) course¬†may be¬†requested to¬†attend an orientation session at the Grad Ed VIP Day. Attendance is encouraged but optional.|
‚ÄĘ¬†¬† ‚ÄĘ¬† Summer II Grad Ed VIP Day is Saturday, June 8
Grad Ed VIP Day information is posted on the¬†webpage:¬† 2013 Grad Ed VIP Days
EDU617 (Summer 2):¬† Case Studies in Environmental Education¬† (3 hours)
In this course we will engage Integral Ecology‚Äôs interdisciplinary model as a framework and methodology for organizing and integrating many different perspectives and content areas in order to cultivate systemic understandings of environmental problems and their solutions. ¬†Using this methodology we will research and map an environmental concern in Kentucky. We will also consider theories of change to see what they may offer us in terms of fostering constructive conversations, cultivating innovation, and preparing young people to solve environmental problems.¬† With these frameworks, methods and theories in mind, candidates will translate their findings into a curriculum map.
ENG520 (Summer 1):¬† Informative and Argumentative Writing¬† (3 hours)
This course addresses research and instructional techniques in teaching the three forms of writing addressed in the college readiness standards:¬† narrative, informative/explanatory, and argumentative writing.
Summer 2013¬†¬† Tuition¬†¬† $ 425 per credit hour
For a complete listing of all fees and billing information, please visit the Student Accounts website.