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    CSU East Bay
   
 
  Oct 21, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 CSU East Bay Catalog [ARCHIVED 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 Leadership

   •  EDLD 6832 - Assessment, Coaching and Support Practicum II
   •  EDLD 6833 - Assessment, Coaching and Support Practicum III
   •  EDLD 6860 - Developing an Inquiring Community
   •  EDLD 6865 - Focus on Learning
   •  EDLD 6870 - Professional and Organizational Development
   •  EDLD 6875 - Political Social Context in Education
   •  EDLD 6880 - Ethics and Integrity
   •  EDLD 6885 - Managing an Organization and Developing a Collaborative Culture
   •  EDLD 6899 - Project
   •  EDLD 6900 - Independent Study
   •  EDLD 6908 - Graduate Synthesis in Educational Leadership
   •  EDLD 6909 - Departmental Thesis
   •  EDLD 6910 - University Thesis
   •  EDLD 6999 - Issues in Educational Leadership

Educational Leadership: Doctoral

   •  EDLD 8000 - Values and Purposes of Educational Leadership
   •  EDLD 8010 - Applied Study of Educational Issues I
   •  EDLD 8011 - Applied Study of Educational Issues II
   •  EDLD 8012 - Advanced Topics in Educational Leadership
   •  EDLD 8020 - Leadership for Equity I
   •  EDLD 8021 - Leadership for Equity II
   •  EDLD 8030 - Leadership in Systemic Reform
   •  EDLD 8031 - Schools as Organizations: Linking Theory and Practice
   •  EDLD 8032 - Sustainability of Educational Reform
   •  EDLD 8040 - Program Planning and Evaluation
   •  EDLD 8041 - Leadership for Educational Accountability
   •  EDLD 8050 - Leadership in Curriculum and Instructional Reform
   •  EDLD 8060 - Leadership in Resource Management
   •  EDLD 8070 - Governance, Law and Policy Development
   •  EDLD 8071 - Governance and Policy Development
   •  EDLD 8080 - Conceptual Foundations of Research
   •  EDLD 8081 - Qualitative and Quantitative Methods A
   •  EDLD 8082 - Qualitative and Quantitative Methods B
   •  EDLD 8083 - Defining Educational Issues
   •  EDLD 8084 - Applied Research Methods A
   •  EDLD 8085 - Applied Research Methods B
   •  EDLD 8086 - Dissertation Seminar
   •  EDLD 8087 - Dissertation Studies
   •  EDLD 8900 - Independent Study

Educational Psychology

   •  EPSY 1001 - Career Planning for College Students
   •  EPSY 1020 - The Helping Relationship
   •  EPSY 2300 - Strategies for Lifespan Mental Health
   •  EPSY 3001 - Orientation to Careers in Counseling
   •  EPSY 3555 - Introduction to Education for Social Justice
   •  EPSY 3999 - Issues in Educational Psychology

Educational Psychology: Graduate

   •  EPSY 5021 - Introduction to Educating all Students in Diverse Classrooms
   •  EPSY 5125 - Educational Practices: Mild-Moderate Disabilities
   •  EPSY 5126 - Special Education Law and Program Design
   •  EPSY 5136 - Educational Practices: Moderate-Severe Disabilities
   •  EPSY 5610 - Microcounseling I
   •  EPSY 5620 - Microcounseling II
   •  EPSY 5900 - Independent Study
   •  EPSY 6021 - Thesis-Project Seminar (Mild-Moderate Disabilities Option)
   •  EPSY 6023 - Research in Applied Behavioral Sciences
   •  EPSY 6025 - Psychopathology of Childhood
   •  EPSY 6026 - Psychopathology in Adulthood
   •  EPSY 6027 - Chemical Dependence Theory
   •  EPSY 6029 - Seminar in Chemical Dependency
   •  EPSY 6120 - Communication: Collaborative Teaming and Management
   •  EPSY 6124 - Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology
   •  EPSY 6127 - Instruction and Behavioral Support: Mild-Moderate Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6128 - Instructional and Behavioral Support Fieldwork
   •  EPSY 6129 - Advanced Study in Collaborative Service Delivery, Education, and Transition
   •  EPSY 6130 - Service Learning and Positive School Climate
   •  EPSY 6131 - Assessments: Students with Mild-Moderate Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6133 - Curriculum: Students with Mild-Moderate Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6134 - Advanced Curriculum and Instruction: Mild-Moderate Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6137 - Instructional and Behavioral Support: Moderate-Severe Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6140 - Curriculum: Students with Moderate-Severe Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6141 - Social Networks and Communication for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and Other Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6142 - Assessment: Students with Moderate-Severe Disabilities
   •  EPSY 6143 - Positive Behavior Supports
   •  EPSY 6144 - Inclusive Education: School and Community
   •  EPSY 6145 - Advanced Studies in Adolescent Learning and Secondary Curriculum
   •  EPSY 6200 - Grief Counseling
   •  EPSY 6201 - Marketing Psychological Services
   •  EPSY 6202 - Parents and Professional Relations
   •  EPSY 6203 - Inclusive Education Seminar
   •  EPSY 6205 - Advanced Pupil Personnel Specialist
   •  EPSY 6206 - Advanced Studies in the Education of Students with Mild-Moderate Disabilities: Research and Professional Practice
   •  EPSY 6207 - Advanced Studies in the Education of Students with Moderate to Severe Disabilities: Research and Professional Practice
   •  EPSY 6301 - Pediatric Psychology
   •  EPSY 6302 - Individual Development
   •  EPSY 6400 - Family Psychotherapy
   •  EPSY 6402 - Couples Therapy
   •  EPSY 6403 - Psychotherapy for Children
   •  EPSY 6406 - Seminar in Human Sexuality
   •  EPSY 6500 - Cognitive Behavior Therapy
   •  EPSY 6550 - Young Children with Special Needs
   •  EPSY 6551 - Family systems and Cultural Competence in ECSE
   •  EPSY 6552 - Assessment and Intervention Planning for Young Children with Special Needs
   •  EPSY 6553 - Curriculum and Instruction n ECSE
   •  EPSY 6600 - Clinic Rounds
   •  EPSY 6610 - Graduate Seminar I
   •  EPSY 6620 - Graduate Seminar II
   •  EPSY 6630 - Graduate Seminar III
   •  EPSY 6669 - Seminar in Mental Health Consultation
   •  EPSY 6670 - Field Work Group Supervision I
   •  EPSY 6671 - Field Work Group Supervision II
   •  EPSY 6672 - Field Work Group Supervision III
   •  EPSY 6700 - Advanced Education Psychology
 

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