Bulletin--Behavioral and Social Sciences Discipline

BEHAVIORAL AND SOCIAL SCIENCES


College of Behavioral and Social Sciences

Undergraduate Courses

250 Credit by Evaluation for Experiential Learning in the Behavioral and Social Sciences (1-6)

Preparation of a portfolio documenting prior learning experiences in the behavioral and social sciences and translating the learning into academic format. Individual work done under the supervision of a faculty member.

600 Washington, D.C. Internship (9)

Prerequisites: upper division standing and/or consent of instructor. Concurrent enrollment in a course in the major area of study. Offers extensive exposure to selective aspects of the federal decision-making process. The Washington Center offers 35 hrs./week placement with weekly seminars and assemblies.

Graduate Courses

703 Changing Roles of School Professionals (3)

Cross-disciplinary approaches to working in restructuring schools. Goals and process of changing schools to meet contemporary needs of children and families. Priority given to graduate students in education, counseling, nursing, psychology, and social work. (Also offered as EDUC 703.)

803 Integrated and Collaborative Services for Children (3)

For course description, see EDUC 803.


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