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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering - Undergraduate Programs

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...Educational Objectives and Student Outcomes Degree Programs Educational...MECHANICS OF MATERIALS ME 5314 FRACTURE MECHANICS IN...

Accounting - Graduate Programs

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...designed to provide the educational background to become...of taxation beyond ACCT 5314 : Certificate in Taxation...

Electrical Engineering - Graduate Programs

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...advanced, up-to-date education in electrical engineering...5313 - Microprocessor Systems EE 5314 Approved Substitution: EE...

Biology - Graduate Programs

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...designed to provide graduate education that will prepare...course work, including BIOL 5314 Biometry, BIOL 5340...

Biology - Undergraduate Programs

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...Technology, Nursing, and Physical Education, and for selected...to take BIOL 5309, 5314 and 5304 in...

Interdisciplinary Graduate Programs

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...retention in data science education. The degree requires...MATHEMATICS (CHOOSE 3) MATH 5314. EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN. 3...

EDUCĀ 5314. EFFECTIVE CLASSROOM INSTRUCTION. 3 Hours.

Designed to provide teachers with skills and competencies based on research findings on effective teaching and instruction related to promoting student academic achievement. Includes identifying, developing, and practicing instructional variables that affect teacher performance and student learning tasks. Includes field-experience in a local middle or high school based on teacher candidate's certification program. The application of lecture/theory will require candidates to spend time in a grades 7-12 classroom during normal school hours, Monday-Friday.

SPEDĀ 5314. CURRENT TOPICS IN SPECIAL EDUCATION AND RESEARCH. 3 Hours.

This course is designed to discuss current events in special education with a focus on both practice and research. Students will think critically about intended and unintended consequences of various policy and practice issues. Specific topics for the course will be influenced by current policy concerns, problems of practice, and student interests.