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University at Albany Undergraduate Bulletin - 2005-2006

Courses in Education

E Edu 275 (= A Rel 275) Social Morality & Citizenship Education in a Pluralistic Society (3)

This course critically examines issues of public morality (conflicts over individual rights and responsibilities). Students consider pro and con views on these issues. They are also provided cases in which they make collective moral judgments about the actions of the actors and their impact on the rights and welfare of others. [DP]

E Edu 300 Independent Study (1–3)

Independent study with variable credit. Contingent upon the consent and willingness of instructor(s) to function as adviser(s) and the dean, School of Education, or designate(s). The credits may be apportioned in whole or in part as major credit, second field credit, or elective credit as appropriate and as determined by the student’s major department. Prerequisite(s): junior or senior class standing. S/U graded.

E Edu 301 Independent Study (4-6)

Independent study with variable credit designed to provide large blocks of time for independent study projects. Contingent upon the consent and willingness of instructor(s) to function as adviser(s), and the dean, School of Education or designate(s). The credits may be apportioned in whole or in part as major credit, second field credit, or elective credit as appropriate and as determined by the student’s major department. Prerequisite(s): junior or senior class standing. S/U graded.

E Edu 375 Social Responsibility and Citizenship Education in a Pluralistic Society (3)

This course critically examines the concept of the Public Good in a democratic, pluralistic society. Students consider pro and con views on issues involving the Public Good. They are provided cases in which they make collective moral judgments about the actions of actors and their impact on the community. [DP]

E Edu 390 Community Service Projects (3–6)

Special projects involving community activities and collateral study, to be approved as designated by the dean, School of Education. Prerequisite(s): junior or senior class standing. S/U graded. This course may be repeated for a maximum of 6 credits.

E Edu 400 Fieldwork in Urban Education (3)

This course provides opportunities for students for a variety of professional fields to acquire supervised experiences in schools or agencies serving youth from central city neighborhoods. Students are required to complete a minimum of 105 hours of field experience in at least two of the following areas: instruction, administration, personnel services, and after school programs. Students will meet once a week in a fieldwork seminar with their University supervisor. Prerequisites(s): junior or senior standing and E Edu 427. S/U graded.

E Edu 401 Internship in Urban Education (3)

This course provides opportunities for undergraduate students in a variety of professional fields to acquire supervised internship in schools or agencies serving youth from central city neighborhoods. Students are required to complete 105 hours of organized internship experiences relevant to their academic interest and career goals. The internship is intended to utilize, refine and enhance the skills gained in the fieldwork component offered in E EDU 400. S/U graded.

E Edu 402 Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries (3)

Accepted procedures in recognizing, preventing, and caring for common injuries—with laboratory experience. May not be taken for credit by students with credit for the former D Pec 402.

E Edu 403 Advanced Athletic Training (3)

A more in-depth continuation of the basic prevention and care of athletic injuries. The course presents a useful and scientifically accurate discussion of anatomy and physiology; the pathologic potential, and step-by-step description of the physical examination and assessment of athletic injuries. May not be taken for credit by students with credit for the former D Pec 403. Prerequisite(s): E Edu 402.

E Edu 427 Issues in Urban Education (3)

This course explores how social, political and economic conditions impact schools serving children and youth from inner city neighborhoods. Special attention is paid to individual, family, community assets and the development of school/community programs that enhance the academic strengths of urban children and youth. Students are involved in group investigations of local schools that serve urban youth from inner city neighborhoods. Prerequisite(s): junior or senior class standing.

E Edu 487 Institute in Education (1-3)

Special course, not part of regular course offerings, designed to meet particular, nonrecurring needs.

 

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