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    Elizabethtown College
   
 
  Nov 24, 2017
 
 
    
College Catalog 2017-2018

Course Descriptions


 The following is a complete listing of the courses offered at Elizabethtown College. Use the filter to narrow your search.

 

Communications Courses

   •  COM 370-378 - Special Topics in Communications
   •  COM 410 - Advanced Production
   •  COM 412 - Advanced Public Relations
   •  COM 424 - Script and Screenwriting
   •  COM 470-473 - Practicum
   •  COM 474 - Internship in Communications
   •  COM 480-484 - Independent Study in Communications
   •  COM 485 - Communications Capstone
   •  COM 498 - Honors in the Discipline I
   •  COM 499 - Honors in the Discipline II

Computer Science Courses

   •  CS 113 - NPS The Power and Beauty of Computing
   •  CS 121 - Computer Science I
   •  CS 122 - Computer Science II
   •  CS 221 - Data Structures
   •  CS 222 - Systems Programming (EGR 222)
   •  CS 230 - Microcomputer Architecture (EGR 230)
   •  CS 309 - Database Systems
   •  CS 310 - Web Development
   •  CS 322 - Algorithms
   •  CS 332 - Computer Organization and Architecture (EGR 332)
   •  CS 333 - Digital Circuits and Computer Interfacing (EGR 333)
   •  CS 341 - Software Engineering
   •  CS 342 - Computer Networking
   •  CS 361 - Computer Graphics
   •  CS 363 - Computer Security
   •  CS 370-378 - Special Topics in Computer Science
   •  CS 409 - Advanced Database Systems
   •  CS 421 - Compiler Design
   •  CS 422 - Operating Systems (EGR 422)
   •  CS 433 - Advanced Computer Engineering (EGR 433)
   •  CS 434 - Green Robotics, Automation, and Machine Intelligence (EGR 434)
   •  CS 470-474 - Internship in Computing
   •  CS 480-489 - Independent Study in Computer Science
   •  CS 490 - Projects in Computing
   •  CS 495 - Honors Projects in Computing

Education Courses

   •  ED 105 - Foundations of Teaching and Learning
   •  ED 150 - Early Childhood Development
   •  ED 151 - Early Adolescent/Adolescent Development
   •  ED 161 - Integrated Technology I
   •  ED 162 - Integrated Technology II
   •  ED 212 - Children/Adolescent Literature
   •  ED 224 - Pennsylvania History and Government for Social Studies Educators
   •  ED 226 - World Geography for Social Studies Educators
   •  ED 242 - The Use of Sign Language with People with Multi-Disabilities
   •  ED 250 - Language and Literacy Development in Early Childhood
   •  ED 258 - Educational Assessment and Evaluation
   •  ED 305 - Methods of Secondary Education
   •  ED 306 - Methods of Modern Language Education PK-12
   •  ED 316 - Literacy Assessment and Intervention in Elem/Middle Level
   •  ED 325 - Methods for Teaching Science and Health in Early Childhood
   •  ED 326 - Methods for Teaching Science and Health in Elementary/Middle Level
   •  ED 335 - Methods for Teaching Mathematics in Early Childhood
   •  ED 336 - Methods for Teaching Mathematics in Elementary/Middle Level
   •  ED 341 - ELL: Linguistic and Cultural Diversity in the Classroom
   •  ED 345 - Methods for Teaching Reading and Writing in Early Childhood
   •  ED 346 - Methods for Teaching Reading and Writing in Elementary/Middle Level
   •  ED 351 - Literacy Assessment and Intervention in Early Childhood
   •  ED 360 - Integrated Strategies for Creative Expression in Early Childhood
   •  ED 365 - Methods for Teaching Social Studies in Early Childhood
   •  ED 366 - Methods for Teaching Social Studies in Elementary/Middle Level
   •  ED 370-378 - Special Topics in Education
   •  ED 399 - Thesis Preparation
   •  ED 400 - Senior Project in Education
   •  ED 470 - Professional Internship
   •  ED 480-489 - Independent Study in Education
   •  ED 495 - Senior Seminar for Early Childhood
   •  ED 496 - Senior Seminar for Elementary/ Middle Level
   •  ED 497 - Senior Seminar for Secondary Education

Special Education Courses

   •  SED 212 - Learning Environment and Social Interaction in Inclusive Settings (MSE 512)
   •  SED 222 - Foundations of Inclusive Education (MSE 522)
   •  SED 224 - Methods of Teaching Students with High Incidence Disabilities (MSE 524)

Master of Curriculum and Instruction Courses

   •  MCI 505 - Curriculum Theory in Comparative Peace Contexts
   •  MCI 510 - Curriculum and Public Policy
   •  MCI 520 - Pedagogy, Models, and Methods of Instruction for Effective Schools
   •  MCI 530 - Building Social and Community Capacity
   •  MCI 535 - Current Issues and Trends in Assessment in Special and Applied Statistics
   •  MCI 540 - Methods in Culturally Responsive Teaching
   •  MCI 550 - Social Emotional Learning
   •  MCI 555 - Classroom and School Climate
   •  MCI 560 - Conflict Resolution
   •  MCI 590 - The Graduate Research Seminar

Master of Special Education Courses

   •  MSE 512 - Learning Environment and Social Interaction in Inclusive Settings (SED 212)
   •  MSE 522 - Foundations of Inclusive Education (SED 222)
   •  MSE 524 - Methods of Teaching Students with High Incidence Disabilities (SED 224)
   •  MSE 530 - Methods of Teaching Students with Low Incidence Disabilities
   •  MSE 533 - Assessment in Special and Inclusive Education
   •  MSE 540 - Etiology, Equity, and Law
   •  MSE 542 - Effective Instruction for Students with ASD and/or EBD
   •  MSE 544 - Intensive Reading, Writing, and Mathematics Intervention
   •  MSE 565 - Issues in Special Education
   •  MSE 570 - Graduate Student Teaching
   •  MSE 590 - Graduate Research Seminar

Earth Science Courses

   •  ES 113 - NPS Earth in Space: Evolution of a Planet
   •  ES 114 - NPS Geosystems: Landscapes, Oceans and Atmosphere
   •  ES 117 - NPS Climate Change and the Fate of Civilization
   •  ES 216 - Physical Geography

Engineering Courses

   •  EGR 191 - Introduction to Engineering I
   •  EGR 192 - Introduction to Engineering II
   •  EGR 210 - Circuit Analysis
   •  EGR 222 - Systems Programming (CS 222)
 

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