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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 CSU East Bay Catalog

Course Descriptions


Course Numbering Key

The numbering of courses is intended to describe the level at which they are offered. Any student, however, may enroll for any course if he or she has completed the listed prerequisites, except for certain graduate courses.

Course Number Description
0800-0999 Remedial courses (not for baccalaureate degree credit)
1000-1999 Freshman level courses
2000-2999 Sophomore level courses
3000-3999 Junior level courses
4000-4999 Senior level courses
5000-5999 Postbaccalaureate and professional level courses
6000-6999 Graduate level courses
7000-7699 Upper division level Continuing Education courses1
7700-7999 Graduate level Continuing Education courses1
8000-8999 Doctoral level courses

1. See the quarterly schedule of the Continuing Education website for classes offered each quarter.

Class Hours per Week

The number of class hours a course meets per week equals the number of units listed for the course, unless otherwise indicated in the course description. (A “class hour” is 50 minutes.) Supervision courses (e.g., independent study, project, thesis) have no prescribed correspondence between class hours per week and units.

 

Educational Psychology: Graduate

   •  EPSY 6700 - Advanced Education Psychology
   •  EPSY 6701 - Appraisal Procedures: Standardized
   •  EPSY 6711 - Career-Life Planning
   •  EPSY 6720 - Theory and Assessment of Cognition
   •  EPSY 6746 - Neuropsychology of Learning Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6750 - Foundations of Counseling
   •  EPSY 6751 - Counseling and Psychotherapy Theory
   •  EPSY 6752 - Cross-Cultural Counseling
   •  EPSY 6754 - Cross-Cultural Consultation
   •  EPSY 6758 - Practicum in Counseling
   •  EPSY 6762 - Group Procedures and Facilitation
   •  EPSY 6764 - Intervention Strategies for Systems and Organizational Change
   •  EPSY 6765 - Psychological and Counseling Services in Schools and Higher Education
   •  EPSY 6766 - Personal/Social Counseling in Schools
   •  EPSY 6767 - Academic Counseling in Schools
   •  EPSY 6768 - Foundations of School Counseling
   •  EPSY 6770 - Internship
   •  EPSY 6775 - Community Mental Health Counseling
   •  EPSY 6783 - Seminar: Contemporary Issues
   •  EPSY 6784 - Pharmacology and Counseling
   •  EPSY 6785 - Law and Ethics in Counseling
   •  EPSY 6786 - Child Abuse Assessment
   •  EPSY 6788 - Spousal/Partner Abuse
   •  EPSY 6810 - Advanced Graduate Seminar I
   •  EPSY 6820 - Advanced Graduate Seminar II
   •  EPSY 6830 - Advanced Graduate Seminar III
   •  EPSY 6860 - Advanced Fieldwork I
   •  EPSY 6862 - Advanced Fieldwork II
   •  EPSY 6870 - Advanced Field Work Group Supervision I
   •  EPSY 6871 - Advanced Field Work Group Supervision II
   •  EPSY 6872 - Advanced Field Work Group Supervision III
   •  EPSY 6880 - Advanced Internship
   •  EPSY 6898 - Cooperative Education
   •  EPSY 6899 - Project
   •  EPSY 6900 - Independent Study
   •  EPSY 6909 - Departmental Thesis
   •  EPSY 6910 - University Thesis
   •  EPSY 6911 - Developmental Assessment Practicum
   •  EPSY 6912 - Personality Assessment
   •  EPSY 6999 - Issues in Educational Psychology

Engineering

   •  ENGR 1011 - Engineering: An Introduction
   •  ENGR 1420 - Engineering Graphics
   •  ENGR 1810 - Pre-Columbian Engineering and Construction Technology
   •  ENGR 2010 - Electric Circuit Theory I
   •  ENGR 2060 - Materials Science
   •  ENGR 2070 - Fundamentals of Manufacturing
   •  ENGR 2430 - Computer Organization and Assembly Language Programming

Engineering: Graduate

   •  ENGR 5180 - Product/Process Design
   •  ENGR 5200 - Systems Simulation
   •  ENGR 5280 - Design and Management of Human Work Systems
   •  ENGR 5300 - Quality Engineering
   •  ENGR 5601 - Introductory Statistics and Probability for Science and Engineering
   •  ENGR 6090 - Economic Decision Systems
   •  ENGR 6150 - Production Planning and Control
   •  ENGR 6200 - Project Management
   •  ENGR 6300 - Applied Quality Assurance
   •  ENGR 6350 - Reliability Engineering
   •  ENGR 6400 - Research Methods in Engineering Management
   •  ENGR 6420 - Systems Modeling
   •  ENGR 6430 - Facilities Planning and Design
   •  ENGR 6440 - Computer Integrated Manufacturing Systems
   •  ENGR 6800 - Applied Research in Engineering Management
   •  ENGR 6899 - Project
   •  ENGR 6900 - Independent Study
   •  ENGR 6999 - Issues in Engineering

English

   •  ENGL 1001 - College Writing I
   •  ENGL 1002 - College Writing II
   •  ENGL 1020 - College Reading for Fluency
   •  ENGL 1101 - Adjunct Grammar Workshop and Lab for Non-Native Speakers of English
   •  ENGL 1102 - Adjunct Grammar Workshop and Lab for Non-Native Speakers of English II
   •  ENGL 2000 - Vocabulary Study for Non-Native Speakers of English
   •  ENGL 2005 - Grammar for Writers
   •  ENGL 2010 - Vocabulary Building
   •  ENGL 2030 - Introduction to Critical Writing on Prose Fiction
   •  ENGL 2040 - Introduction to Critical Writing on Poetry
   •  ENGL 2050 - Introduction to Critical Writing on Drama
   •  ENGL 2070 - Beginning Workshop in Fiction
   •  ENGL 2075 - Beginning Workshop in Poetry
   •  ENGL 2600 - Patterns of Immigration and Migration in U.S. Literature
   •  ENGL 2740 - Introduction to American Cinema
   •  ENGL 2745 - Portrayal of American Groups through Film
   •  ENGL 3000 - Writing for Proficiency
   •  ENGL 3001 - Writing for Proficiency for Non-Native Speakers of English
   •  ENGL 3003 - Discursive Writing
   •  ENGL 3005 - Study of Language
   •  ENGL 3010 - Modern English Grammar
   •  ENGL 3015 - Introduction to Phonology
   •  ENGL 3020 - Advanced Expository Writing
   •  ENGL 3025 - Introduction to Technical and Professional Writing
   •  ENGL 3040 - Linguistic History of the English Language
   •  ENGL 3050 - Language and Gender
   •  ENGL 3070 - Intermediate Workshop in Fiction
   •  ENGL 3071 - Writing Women's Lives: A Workshop
   •  ENGL 3075 - Intermediate Workshop in Poetry
   •  ENGL 3080 - Introduction to Critical Theory of Literature
   •  ENGL 3400 - Masterworks of British Literature
   •  ENGL 3600 - Masterworks of American Literature
   •  ENGL 3650 - Women and Literature
   •  ENGL 3660 - Native American Literature
   •  ENGL 3670 - Asian/Filipino American Literature
 

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