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    Truman State University
   
 
  Sep 21, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 General/Graduate Catalog - Expires August 2023

Courses


 
   •  ED 549G - Pre-Service EFL Methods for Teaching Conversational English in China
   •  ED 550 - Introduction to Gifted and Talented
   •  ED 550G - Introduction to Gifted and Talented
   •  ED 570G - Analysis and Correction of Reading Disabilities
   •  ED 593 - Psychological Foundations of Education
   •  ED 601G - Measurement and Evaluation
   •  ED 603G - Content Area Academic Literacy
   •  ED 605G - Psychology of Exceptional Children
   •  ED 607G - Applied Educational Psychology
   •  ED 608G - Management of Instruction:Elementary Education
   •  ED 609G - Teaching Internship
   •  ED 618G - Co-Teaching Experience–Elementary Education Professional Development School
   •  ED 621G - Psychology of Reading
   •  ED 622G - Integrating the Language Arts
   •  ED 623G - Reading Assessment and Implementation
   •  ED 624G - Instructional Interventions for Secondary Students (grades 6-12) with Reading Deficiencies
   •  ED 625G - Human Relations in Education
   •  ED 632G - Research/Applied Educational Psychology
   •  ED 635G - Mathematical Concepts in Primary Curricula
   •  ED 650G - Identification of Gifted
   •  ED 651G - Curriculum for Gifted
   •  ED 652G - Meeting the Affective Needs of Gifted
   •  ED 653G - Programming Planning and Development: Administration and Supervision of Gifted Programs
   •  ED 672G - Middle School Philosophy, Organization and Curriculum
   •  ED 675G - Mentoring Initial Educators
   •  ED 676G - Legal Aspects of Education
   •  ED 681G - Research Study in Education
   •  ED 686G - Contemporary Legal Issues in Education
   •  EGY 300 - Cairo Field Study
   •  ENG 152 - Academic Writing: Non-Native Speakers
   •  ENG 190 - Writing as Critical Thinking
   •  ENG 204 - Creative Writing
   •  ENG 206 - Popular Genres: Topics
   •  ENG 209 - Applying Literary Theory
   •  ENG 211 - Critical Explorations of Literature and Film
   •  ENG 225 - World Literatures: Chronology
   •  ENG 226 - World Literatures: Topics
   •  ENG 227 - Communicating Controversy: Topics
   •  ENG 245 - British Literatures: Chronology
   •  ENG 246 - British Literatures: Topics
   •  ENG 250 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG 265 - American Literatures: Chronology
   •  ENG 266 - American Literatures: Topics
   •  ENG 280 - Film Form and Sense
   •  ENG 306 - Topics: Women Writers
   •  ENG 307 - Contemporary World Literature
   •  ENG 308 - Mythology
   •  ENG 315 - Studies in Shakespeare
   •  ENG 316 - Chaucer
   •  ENG 320 - Asian Literature
   •  ENG 321 - International Literatures in English
   •  ENG 322 - Studies in Cinema: Topics
   •  ENG 325 - Middle Eastern Literature
   •  ENG 326 - Literature of American Minorities: Topics
   •  ENG 327 - Practicum in Creative Writing/English
   •  ENG 330 - North American Indian Literature
   •  ENG 331 - African American Literature
   •  ENG 332 - Old English
   •  ENG 339 - Mindful Reading, Writing, and Research
   •  ENG 341 - Old English Literature
   •  ENG 342 - Medieval Literature
   •  ENG 343 - British Renaissance Literature
   •  ENG 345 - Restoration and Eighteenth Century British Literature
   •  ENG 346 - British Romantic Literature
   •  ENG 347 - British Victorian Literature
   •  ENG 348 - Modern British Literature
   •  ENG 349 - Contemporary British Literature
   •  ENG 351 - Beowulf
   •  ENG 353 - American Authors
   •  ENG 355 - Introduction to Literary Genres: Poetry
   •  ENG 356 - Introduction to Literary Genres: The Novel
   •  ENG 357 - Introduction to Literary Genres: The Short Story
   •  ENG 358 - Introduction to Literary Genres: Nonfiction
   •  ENG 359 - Digital Humanities: Techniques and Topics
   •  ENG 365 - Folklore
   •  ENG 366 - Early American Literature
   •  ENG 367 - American Romanticism
   •  ENG 368 - American Realism and Naturalism
   •  ENG 369 - Modern American Literature
   •  ENG 370 - Contemporary American Literature
   •  ENG 375 - Career Seminar for English Majors
   •  ENG 401 - Undergraduate Projects in Creative Writing/English
   •  ENG 403 - Writing Consultation Practicum
   •  ENG 407 - Writing Workshop: Fiction
   •  ENG 408 - Writing Workshop: Poetry
   •  ENG 409 - Writing Workshop: Nonfiction
   •  ENG 411 - Writing Workshop: Screenwriting
   •  ENG 415 - Literature for Children
   •  ENG 416 - Young Adult Literature
   •  ENG 417 - History of the English Language
   •  ENG 418 - Special Topics
   •  ENG 419 - Linguistics and Literary Criticism
   •  ENG 420 - Theorizing Class in Literature: Topics
   •  ENG 421 - Literature and History: Topics
   •  ENG 430 - Topics in Literary Criticism
   •  ENG 431 - History of Literary Criticism
   •  ENG 432 - Contemporary Literary Criticism
   •  ENG 433 - Feminist Criticism
   •  ENG 434 - Queer Theory
   •  ENG 440 - Literature and Geography: Topics
 

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