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2015-2016 CSU East Bay Catalog 
2015-2016 CSU East Bay Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Department of Educational Psychology (Undergraduate)

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Department of Educational Psychology
College of Education and Allied Studies
Office: Art and Education Bldg. 369
Phone: (510) 885-3011

Professors Emeriti
Jacki L. Anderson, Ph.D. University of Wisconsin
Rolla Lewis, Ed.D. University of San Francisco (FERP)
John M. Davis (Chair), Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
Ann Halvorsen, Ed.D. University of California, Berkeley/San Francisco State University
R. Greg Jennings, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
Linda Smetana, Ed.D. Brigham Young University
Associate Professors
Randi Cowdery, Ph.D. Loma Linda University
Janet P. Logan, Ph.D. University of Wyoming
Terry Soo-Hoo, Ph.D. University of California, Berkeley
Oanh Kim Tran, Ph.D. University of Oregon

Liberal Studies, Special Education Option, B.A  

The department offers the core requirements for the Special Education Option in Liberal Studies, Area VII (see the Liberal Studies section for a full description of the Liberal Studies major; see Educational Psychology in the graduate section for descriptions of 5000-level courses).

Core Requirements (16 units)

(See the Educational Psychology chapter in the graduate section of this catalog for course descriptions.)

EPSY 5021 Introduction to Educating all Students in Diverse Classrooms (4)

EPSY 5125 Educational Practices: Mild-Moderate Disabilities (4)

EPSY 5126 Special Education Law and Program Design (4)

EPSY 5136 Educational Practices: Moderate-Severe Disabilities (4)

While the department offers primarily graduate courses, it also offers the following courses for undergraduates who are interested in Counseling, Clinical Child Psychology, and Educational Psychology. Seniors interested in transitioning to a master’s degree program in any of these areas may want to consider applying for graduate credit while still an undergraduate (see Baccalaureate Degree Requirements chapter). Courses listed at the 5000 and 6000 level under Educational Psychology in the Graduate section of this catalog may also be taken for graduate credit with the same approved petition, but instructor’s approval is required prior to registration.

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