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EDU 325 Educational Psychology In Secondary Education
Principles of psychology applied to secondary education. We will discuss the application of psychological principles to secondary schools. The major focus is on the learner and the learning process. Development, motivation, cognition, individual differences, learning, memory, critical thinking skills/meta-analysis and data-driven decision making in classrooms are emphasized. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
EPS 325 Educational Psychology In Middle School And Secondary Education
Principles of psychology applied to middle-school and secondary education. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 300 - Level
EPS 325H Educational Psychology In Middle School And Secondary Education - Honors
Principles of psychology applied to middle-school and secondary education. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 300 - Level
ECI 323 The Middle-school Curriculum
Examines curriculum needs of middle-school students, organization of middle schools, and instructional strategies for interdisciplinary middle-school education. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
EPS 604 Introduction To School Psychology: History And Current Trends
This is a course designed to acquaint graduate students to the history and field of school psychology and contemporary issues and trends in the profession. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 659 Instructional Problems In Junior Highs And Middle Schools
Role of junior high and middle school in American education. Instructional problems, philosophy, functions, curriculum, guidance, activities, personnel, and administration of junior high or middle school. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
AIS 325 "Sister Nation": Indigenous Women In The U.s.
This course focuses on a deeper theoretical and an applied understanding of how Indigenous women understand themselves, their communities, and responsibilities. We utilize and demand a comprehension of Western and Indigenous knowledge systems. Cross-listed with ES 325 and WGS 325. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
EPS 693 School Psychology Certification Internship
Post-practicum experience providing supervised, on-the-job experience in assessment and intervention in the schools. 1200 clock hours required, including 600 hours in a school setting. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Course fee required.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 607 School-based Interventions
This course will increase students' knowledge of components of effective interventions that promote development and academic progress for school-aged children. Models and methods of data collection, decision-making, progress monitoring, and evaluation of outcomes will be discussed. Prevention and crisis intervention programs that promote P-12 students' mental health will also be addressed. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EDU 323 The Middle-school Curriculum
Examines curriculum needs of middle-school students, organization of middle schools, and instructional strategies for interdisciplinary middle-school education. Instructor's consent required. Available only at NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Instructor consent required. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
PE 345 Physical Education For Middle School Students
Teaching of middle-school physical education, targeting a variety of teaching styles, diverse student needs, and social/behavioral development. Candidates must satisfactorily complete key assessments to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. 2 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 300 - Level
EPS 738 School-based Psychosocial Assessments And Interventions
This course focuses on both assessments and interventions for children and adolescents with behavioral and social/emotional issues related to disability and life-issues. The course emphasizes best practice in assessment, diagnosis, and evidence-based interventions with social/emotional and behavioral problems for school-based interventions for children and adolescents. Issues related to cultural and social factors are integrated into the curriculum. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
ECI 322 Secondary School Curriculum
Provides pre-service teachers with experiences and knowledge necessary to develop and evaluate curriculum plans and materials that meet state and national standards and other educational goals. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Co-convenes with ECI 522. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ES 325 "Sister Nation": Indigenous Women In The U.s.
This course focuses on a deeper theoretical and an applied understanding of how Indigenous women understand themselves, their communities, and responsibilities. We utilize and demand a comprehension of Western and Indigenous knowledge systems. Cross-listed with AIS 325 and WGS 325. Letter grade only.
3 ES 300 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
WGS 325 "Sister Nation": Indigenous Women In The U.s.
This course focuses on a deeper theoretical and an applied understanding of how Indigenous women understand themselves, their communities, and responsibilities. We utilize and demand a comprehension of Western and Indigenous knowledge systems. Cross-listed with AIS 325 and ES 325. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 300 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
EPS 675 School Psychology Practicum
Supervised administration and interpretation of tests applicable to the practice of school psychology; supervised experience with consultative, in-service, and direct interventions in educational settings. One hundred practicum hours per semester. Contains a qualifying assessment for the internship. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Course fee required.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EDU 324 Educational Psychology In Elementary And Middle-school Education
Principles of psychology applied to elementary and middle-school education. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
ID 325 Architectural Interior Systems
Provides preliminary understanding of various aspects of architectural systems: electrical, plumbing, HVAC, illumination, acoustics, and other factors that impinge on the design of interior space, including building codes and laws. Letter grade only.
3 ID 300 - Level
EDF 673 International Education
America's role in international education; the place of education in technical assistance and national development programs. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
EPS 324 Educational Psychology In Elementary And Middle-school Education
Principles of psychology applied to elementary and middle-school education. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 300 - Level
EDU 322 Secondary School Curriculum
Provides opportunities for preservice teachers to develop knowledge and skills necessary to design, use, and evaluate curriculum plans and materials that meet educational goals and state and national standards including Common Core. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the course including one signature assignment to be eligible for student teaching. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
EDF 200 Introduction To Education
Function of education in our society; duties and qualifications of those who teach in K-12 schools. (Not designed for post-degree state certification students.) Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EDF 200 - Level
EPS 796 Doctoral Internship
Full-time supervised experience. Counseling Psychology - 2000 hours, must be taken for 9 credit hours; School Psychology - 1500 hours, must be taken for 6 credit hours (at least 600 hours in school setting). Must be taken for a minimum of two semesters for a total of 6-9 credit hours, as specified in program of studies. Instructor consent. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1-12 EPS 700 - Level
ECI 535 Methods, Assessment & Curriculum In Secondary Teaching
The primary purpose of this course is to provide teacher candidates with experiences and knowledge of principles, uses, and applications of methods, assessments, and curriculum in secondary level classrooms. Completion of this course includes successfully completing the Signature Assignment: Trends Paper. The course is inquiry based, interdisciplinary, and contextually grounded through guided experiences in school sites. The application and discourse of technology is embedded in all secondary education courses. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
EPS 694 Counseling Internship: Master's
Post-practicum experience providing supervised, on-the-job experience in counseling. 600 clock hours required. Required programs include: MA Counseling or MEd School Counseling or MEd Student Affairs or PhD Counseling Psychology. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
3-6 EPS 600 - Level
EDU 495C Supervised Teaching: Secondary Education
Directed teaching in the secondary grades: directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences and seminars in theories, issues, and practices of effective secondary school instruction. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Pass-fail only.
12 EDU 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ECI 322H Secondary School Curriculum - Honors
Provides pre-service teachers with experiences and knowledge necessary to develop and evaluate curriculum plans and materials that meet state and national standards and other educational goals. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ETC 545 Internet For Educators
Provides an in-depth understanding of how the Internet can be used to promote student engagement through interaction, discovery learning, and knowledge construction. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
EPS 611 Adolescent Psychology
Adolescent development with emphasis on physiological, emotional, intellectual, social, and cultural factors. EPS 580 recommended. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 595 Internship: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required. Prerequisite: COE Student Services approval.
1-12 ECI 500 - Level
EPS 610 Child Psychology
Child development from the prenatal period to adolescence: emotional, intellectual, social, cultural, and perceptual factors. EPS 580 recommended. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 542 Teacher Leadership In Secondary Education
The primary purpose of this course is to provide teacher candidates with experiences and knowledge for addressing changes in school environments and initiating change in school environments to improve learning for all students. Completion of this course includes successfully completing a Signature Assignment: Newsletter. In the newsletter, teacher candidates will describe their teaching philosophy, classroom management plan, and classroom procedures specific to their content areas. The course in inquiry based, interdisciplinary, and contextually grounded through guided experiences in school sites. The application and discourse of technology is embedded in all secondary education courses. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ECI 522 Secondary School Curriculum
Provides graduate pre-service teachers with experiences and knowledge necessary to develop and evaluate curriculum plans and materials that meet state and national standards and other educational goals. Co-convenes with ECI 322. Department consent. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Admission to the Teacher Education Program.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ECI 771 Curriculum And Instruction In Higher Education
Issues and approaches to curricular developments, evaluation, and instructional processes in higher education. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 700 - Level
ARE 431 Concepts, Strategies, And Assessments For The Secondary School
Methods involving teaching strategies, assessment of student progress, secondary resource materials, unit and course planning, presentation and evaluation of classroom teaching in art. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARE 400 - Level
ECI 555 Marginalized Populations In Secondary Education
The primary purpose of this course is to provide teacher candidates with experience and knowledge to address the needs of marginalized populations (including but not exclusive to disabilities, GLBTQ, ethnically diverse, ELL, at-risk) in secondary grades. Completion of this course includes successfully completing Signature Assignments: Lesson Plan and Scope and Sequence. This course is grounded in a critical theoretical framework that foregrounds and explores issues of power, culture, equity, and access. The course is inquiry based, interdisciplinary, and contextually grounded through guided experiences in school sites. The application and discourse of technology is embedded in all secondary education courses. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
PE 335 Physical Education In The Elementary School
Appropriate methods and content of teaching elementary school physical education. Candidates must satisfactorily complete key assessments to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 300 - Level
EPS 700 Educational Psychology Doctoral Orientation Seminar
This course provides newly admitted doctoral students with an orientation to the policies and practices that constitute the NAU doctoral training program in Educational Psychology. Professional issues in School Psychology, Counseling Psychology, and Learning & Instruction will be discussed as they relate to doctoral level training and practice. Pass-fail only.
1 EPS 700 - Level
SCI 611 Advanced Science Curriculum And Instruction
Theories and practices of curriculum development are interwoven to provide middle school and high school teachers with tools to select, implement, or develop science curriculum. This course contains key assessments. It is not possible to pass the course without passing the key assessments. Letter grade only.
3 SCI 600 - Level
EPS 684 Internship In Student Affairs
The internship in student affairs is designed to provide students with the opportunity to integrate cognitive learning with practical, field-based experiences in the area of student affairs and higher education. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 647 Multiage Education
Philosophy and history of multiage groupings; foundations of how children learn and developmentally appropriate practices; instructional strategies, environment and assessment for mixed-age groupings, and implementation in schools. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
ECI 526 Parental Involvement In Education
Planning supervision and organization of parent involvement activities at home and center-based teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ECI 569 Transformative Education For A Democratic Society
American schools are complex social and political environments. Schools in a democratic society are called upon to engage transformative knowledge. This course seeks to develop democratically minded teacher candidates who are critically aware of the ideological and cultural complexities and contradictions represented in increasingly diverse schools and society. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
EDU 437 Structured English Immersion Methods For Secondary Schools
Course investigates theories and practices of curriculum materials development and effective teaching methods for English Language Learners in Structured English Immersion and mainstream classes, assessing the needs of secondary English Language Learners (ELL). Signature assignment must be successfully completed in order to be eligible tor student teaching. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 400 - Level
ECI 650 Issues In Multiage Education
Issues of multiage education are studied in the context of school observations and research on a child-centered, mixed-age approach; a study tour of international classrooms in various countries around the world. Letter grade or Pass-fail. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 ECI 600 - Level
EPS 525 Introduction To Statistics
Descriptive and inferential statistics including central tendency, dispersion, correlation, regression, and analysis of variance. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 625 Intermediate Statistics
Advanced descriptive and inferential statistics including parametric and nonparametric procedures. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 525H Introduction To Statistics - Honors
Descriptive and inferential statistics including central tendency, dispersion, correlation, regression, and analysis of variance. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail or Letter grade. No repeat limit.
1-6 EPS 400 - Level
CIE 100 International Student Success
CIE 100 is a transition course designed to integrate international transfer students into U.S. student life. Students will learn success strategies for the American classroom, U.S. legal, societal and cultural norms, expected behaviors in relationships, as well as personal health awareness. Students will learn of their individual responsibilities regarding immigration status regulations and legal implications for studying in the U.S. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
1 CIE 100 - Level
EDU 450 Secondary School Teaching Methods
Course investigates diverse general and specific methods of planning, teaching, and evaluating effective learning and management of learning environments. Students must satisfactorily complete the Signature Assignment in this course to be eligible for student teaching. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 400 - Level
CTE 692 Instructional Management For Career And Technical Education
Instructional management of career and technical education programs through academic-vocational integration, total quality management, cooperative learning, the Arizona model for career and technical education, outcome-based education, and computer-delivered instruction. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 600 - Level
EPS 634 Practices Of School Counseling
Emphasizes practices of school counseling including structure, knowledge, skills, and evaluation functions; program delivery; and procedures and strategies for integrating, managing, delivering, and promoting school counseling and consultation services. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 594 Foundations Of School Counseling
Introduces school counseling in K-12 schools; provides an overview of current trends, historical perspectives, roles and functions, multicultural competencies, credentialing, national standards, research, and ethical considerations. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
ESE 526 Foundation And Methods In Secondary Special Education
This course instructs graduate teacher candidates in methods, strategies, and planning for effective transition from the k-12 setting to the adult world for the adolescent student. Course focuses on students with mild/moderate disabiolities who receive special education services within a middle or secondary setting. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
AT 635 Psychology Of The Injured Athlete
This course examines the background of psychological theories and applications related to injuries/illnesses and subsequent rehabilitation of the physically active. The course is designed to develop the graduate students' ability to optimize rehabilitative efforts of injuries & illnesses of the physically active. Techniques such as social support, imagery, education, and modeling will be used. Eating disorders, substance abuse, and disability are included. Letter grade only.
3 AT 600 - Level
PSY 101 Introduction To Psychology
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
PSYCH 101 Introduction To Psychology
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
ETC 558 Technology Integration In The Secondary Classroom
Assists secondary-level educators to develop understanding, appreciation, and a vision of technology's roles and impacts on the secondary education curriculum. Based on models, theories, national standards, and relevant research. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
EPS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 EPS 300 - Level
EPS 741 Doctoral Practicum In School Psychology And Supervision
Supervised skill development in interdisciplinary assessment, school-based intervention and supervision of other school psychologists in the provision of psychological services. 200 clock hours of client contact required per semester. Must be repeated two semesters for 6 credit hours total. Contains a qualifying assessment for the internship. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
3 EPS 700 - Level
ESE 796 Doctoral Internship In Special Education
Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3-6 ESE 700 - Level
ESE 695 Internship In Special Education
Applications in a variety of settings including classroom, one to one, and small group. Separate sections in state certification area. Internship is taken upon completion of other coursework. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Course fee required.
2-9 ESE 600 - Level
AIS 404 Indigenous Nation-building I
This course teaches the theory of policy development in Indian Country, exploring critical nation-building issues confronting Indigenous peoples in North America. With a primary focus on Native peoples in the United States, this course will examine multi-dimensional settings that confront Native societies and their social, cultural, political, educational, and economic leaders. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 400 - Level
ART 101 Introduction To Studio Arts
Lecture. Introduces the experiences of the two-dimensional visual arts through basic theory and concepts in a specific medium, with an emphasis on history, criticism, aesthetic analysis, creative thinking. May be applied toward the B.F.A. or B.S.Ed. Art Education degrees as elective credit. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ART 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
EDF 484 Racism In U.s. Schools And Society: Investigating Whiteness And Constructions Of Race
This course examines the cultural, ideological, and institutional aspects of racism in schools, with a special focus on how race has been constructed and how whiteness operates and is maintained. Co-convened with EDF 584. Cross-listed with ES 484. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 400 - Level
EDF 584 Racism In U.s. Schools And Society: Investigating Whiteness And Constructions Of Race
This course examines the cultural, ideological, and institutional aspects of racism in schools, with a special focus on how race has been constructed and how whiteness operates and is maintained. Co-convened with EDF 484. Cross-listed with ES 584. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 500 - Level
PSY 101H Introduction To Psychology - Honors
Surveys the science of psychology, including history of psychology, physiology, development, health, abnormal, learning, sensation, perception, motivation, personality, and intelligence. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
EPS 593 Public School In-service Workshop
Topical instruction involving exchange of ideas, practical methods, skills, and principles. Normally you may count up to 6 hours of 593 toward your graduate program. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-3 EPS 500 - Level
EDF 602 Foundations Of Native American Education: Tribal Nation Building And Schools
The primary aim of this course is to engage students in the study of American Indian education from the disciplinary perspectives of history, philosophy, sociology, and anthropology. Specifically, we will examine the role of schools in the efforts and process of nation building within tribal communities. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
AIS 590 Indigenous Nation Building: Theory Into Practice
This applied, service-learning course focuses on some of the major issues Indigenous nations and organizations face as they seek to assert rights of self-determination in the 21st Century. It provides in-depth, hands-on exposure to Indigenous development issues, including: sovereignty, economic development, constitutional reform, leadership, health and social welfare, land and water rights, culture and language, religious freedom, and education. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 500 - Level
EDF 200H Introduction To Education - Honors
Function of education in our society; duties and qualifications of those who teach in K-12 schools. (Not designed for post-degree state certification students.) Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EDF 200 - Level
ETC 450 Integration Of Technology In Education
Provides pre-service teachers with technology strategies to successfully and seamlessly integrate technology into teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 ETC 400 - Level
ID 325H Architectural Interior Systems - Honors
Provides preliminary understanding of various aspects of architectural systems: electrical, plumbing, HVAC, illumination, acoustics, and other factors that impinge on the design of interior space, including building codes and laws. Letter grade only.
3 ID 300 - Level
AIS 255 Gender And Indigenous Representation
Examines the relationship and negotiation of gender and culture as they are represented within and concerning Indigenous peoples/communities. We will focus on U.S. forms of representation in popular experiences, e.g., literature, film, media. Cross-listed with ES 255. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Critical Thinking
EPS 660 Counseling Processes
Introduces counseling skill development, emphasizing counseling of normal individuals with developmental concerns. Includes 15-hour practicum. EPS 670 recommended; and Admission to an EPS Graduate Program for which this course is required. Required programs include: MA Counseling, EdS School Psychology, MEd School Counseling and Student Affairs, PhD Counseling and School Psychology. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 705 Policy And Practices In Early Intervention
Overview of policy and practices, research-design and service-delivery approaches, and the role of the school psychologist relative to the early childhood population. Letter grade only.
1-3 EPS 700 - Level
ENG 595 Internship: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ENG 500 - Level
SPA 595 Internship: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 SPA 500 - Level
EDR 610 Introduction To Research
General introduction to research in education; primary focus on use of research in education. Letter grade only.
3 EDR 600 - Level
PSY 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 PSY 300 - Level
EDL 797 Internship Superintendency
Participation in the superintendency internship provides candidates with significant hands on opportunities to synthesize and apply the knowledge, practice and develop the skills identified in ELCC Standards 1-6 through substantial, sustained, standards-based work in real settings, planning and guided cooperatively by Northern Arizona University and local school districts. Assignments made according to the learning needs of the individual. Course fee required. Pass-Fail only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
EPS 737 Psychological Assessment
This course is designed to provide students with knowledge and skills in the selection, administration, scoring and interpretation of objective and projective clinical and personality assessments. Instructional format consists of lectures, discussion, and conducting assessments with clients. Students will administer, interpret, and write reports on each instrument they engage in during the course and will complete two comprehensive psychological evaluations. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
TSM 595 Internship: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools in math or science content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required. Corequisite: TSM 596
1-12 TSM 500 - Level
HIS 206 Historical Inquiry Teaching Seminar
Introduction to social studies teaching and learning, with visitation to secondary schools and public history venues. Includes discussions, collaborative work, practice teaching, and analysis of middle and high school student learning. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 HIS 200 - Level
EPS 706 History And Systems Of Psychology
The purpose of this course is to provide students with an overview of the history of psychology. The information presented in this course will provide students with an historical perspective that will enhance students' understanding of current theories, as well as trends in research and clinical techniques within the helping profession. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
EDU 465 Evaluation Of Learning In Secondary Schools
Explores the principles and techniques of assessment at the secondary level, including formal and informal assessments, interpretation of standardized assessments, and legal and ethical issues related to assessment. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the Signature Assignment in this course to be eligible for student teaching. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch Campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 400 - Level
PE 325 Applied Movement Analysis And Motor Learning
Foundational components of movement analysis and motor learning specific to the improvement of teaching and learning in the physical education domain. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 300 - Level
ECI 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. Fee required. No repeat limit.
1-12 ECI 300 - Level
EDL 696 Internship
Participation in actual situations in cooperation with various educational organizations. Assignments made according to projected needs of the individual. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. Course fee required. Prerequisites: admission to certification or doctoral program in educational leadership, completion of required leadership courses for desired level of state certification, and department approval. (Please note that you must apply for internship enrollment one semester before serving as an intern; application deadlines are October 1 for spring semester, June 1 for fall.)
3-6 EDL 600 - Level
CTE 696 School-community Relations In Career And Technical Education
Educator's role in promoting effective school-community relations through written and oral information and various ways to actively involve external and internal publics in the education system. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 600 - Level
ETC 625 Designing Instruction
Focuses on researching a variety of instructional design models and strategies and the application of these principles to educational learning environments with special emphasis on the design of web-based instruction. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 600 - Level
CTE 401 Integrated Teaching And Learning
Teaching and learning strategies in the career and technical education classroom. Includes learning styles, cooperative learning, and total quality management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 400 - Level
EPS 612 Adult Psychology
Adult psychology approached through a systems perspective of development theory; focus on adults within family and career contexts. EPS 580 recommended. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 648 Advanced Multiage Education
Multiage philosophy and practices; philosophy of a child-centered approach; research in multiage education, mixed-age learning theories; expanded strategies including the project approach, problem/inquiry-based learning and play. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
COM 323 International Communication Theory
Communication theory and research in an international context. Only available through an international exchange program approved by both NAU's School of Communication and The Center for International Education. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 COM 300 - Level
EDL 734 Education Funding Policy Studies
This course is designed to familiarize students with aspects of school finance policy regarding revenues and expenditures. It includes studying the tools to analyze existing policy and development of recommendations in finance policy at the federal, state, and local level. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
ARE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.  Course fee required.
1-6 ARE 400 - Level
EDU 314 Integrated Mathematics In Early Childhood
The course will investigate a variety of developmentally appropriate strategies and materials to facilitate young children's construction of mathematical understandings through exploration of number concepts; geometric concepts; measurement; patterns and algebraic concepts; persistence in problem solving, flexible and logical thinking; and authentically integrated experiences in language, science, social studies and the arts. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
EDL 662 Leadership In Instructional Planning
Evaluates change in curriculum and teaching procedures and analyzes procedures for implementing desirable changes in these areas. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
EDF 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 EDF 400 - Level
ESE 603 Incl Collaborative Mthds For Tching Culturally & Linguistically Diverse Students W/ Exceptionalities
Philosophy, rationale, methods, and materials for teaching culturally linguistically diverse students with exceptionalities in inclusive settings utilizing team teaching, parallel teaching, co-teaching, and consultative teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
EDL 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 EDL 400 - Level
EDL 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 EDL 400 - Level
EDL 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 EDL 500 - Level
EDL 625 Supervision Of Instruction
Principles and practices of supervision; methods of evaluating instruction. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
SCI 612 Using Science Assessments To Facilitate Instructional Change
This course will examine student work and assessment issues in science as they relate to improving student learning and align with standards-based curriculum and instruction. This course contains key assessments. It is not possible to pass the course without passing the key assessments. Letter grade only.
3 SCI 600 - Level
SCI 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SCI 400 - Level
PE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 PE 400 - Level
ESE 304 Accessibility And Usability: Introduction To Universal Design
Introduction to issues faced by individuals with disabilities and others based on the planning and design of spaces, products, facilities, curriculum, and information and how universal design addresses these issues. Cross-listed w/ DIS 304. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
EDU 301W School And Society
Studies social, historical, and political contexts of education in a multicultural, democratic society. Emphasizes intellectual traditions grounded in a spirited critical debate over the political, economic, and moral center of educational practice. This course fulfills NAU-Yuma's junior-level writing requirement. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campusLetter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
EDF 301W School And Society
Studies social, historical, and political contexts of education in a multicultural, democratic society. Emphasizes intellectual traditions grounded in a spirited critical debate over the political, economic, and moral center of educational practice. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
EPS 621 Marital Counseling And Family Systems
Introduces the major theories in marital and family counseling, including developmental phases of the family. EPS 610, EPS 611 and EPS 612 recommended.
3 EPS 600 - Level
COM 223H International Communication Skills - Honors
Develops oral, written, and/or electronic communication skills in an international context. Only available through an international exchange program approved by both NAU's School of Communication and The Center for International Education. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units. Letter grade only.
1-12 COM 200 - Level
COM 223 International Communication Skills
Develops oral, written, and/or electronic communication skills in an international context. Only available through an international exchange program approved by both NAU's School of Communication and The Center for International Education. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units. Letter grade only.
1-12 COM 200 - Level
EDL 635 School Finance
Fundamental principles and techniques of public school finance; special emphasis on problems of public school finance in Arizona. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
BME 437 Structured English Immersion Methods For Secondary School
This course is designed to prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to: assess the needs of secondary English Language Learners (ELL) and develop materials and effective teaching methods. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Co-convenes with BME 537. Letter grade only.
3 BME 400 - Level
BME 537 Structured English Immersion Methods For Secondary School
This course is designed to prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to: assess the needs of secondary English Language Learners (ELL) and develop materials and effective teaching methods. Co-convenes with BME 437. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 BME 500 - Level
BME 545 Multicultural Narrative Inquiry
This course introduces narrative inquiry methodology for graduate students to use to gather and analyze story in multicultural communities. Letter grade only.
3 BME 500 - Level
BME 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 BME 400 - Level
BME 530 Foundations Of Bilingual And Esl Instruction
Theoretical, historical, and legal background of bilingual and ESL instruction, including an overview of current models. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the capstone course. Letter grade only.
3 BME 500 - Level
BME 637 Cultural Component Of Bilingual And Esl Instruction
How to develop and implement programs and practices relevant to local cultures and subcultures to promote parental and community involvement. Department consent required.
3 BME 600 - Level
CTE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. 
1-6 CTE 400 - Level
BME 200 Introduction To Structured English Immersion
This course provides an introduction to teaching content in English to limited English proficient students in grades P-12 using appropriate approaches, methods, and techniques. Students will become familiar with the study of the philosophy and theory of Structured English Immersion and techniques, approaches, and strategies of Structured English Immersion in P-12 settings. Letter grade only.
3 BME 200 - Level
ETC 547 Instructional Theory And Strategies In Technology Integration
Provides tools to examine and reflect on alternative ways to plan, organize, and implement classroom instruction integrating technology into the K-12 curriculum based on curriculum and learning theory research. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
AT 320 Psychology Of Injury In Sport
This course exposes the student to psychological aspects of working with injured and/or ill athletes in an Athletic Training setting. Letter grade only.
2 AT 300 - Level
ESE 426 Foundations And Methods In Secondary Special Education
Methods and strategies for teaching students with mild/moderate disabilities in the content areas with emphasis on Math and English Language Arts. The focus of the course is on middle and secondary school settings. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
ECI 313 Classroom Management In Early Childhood Education
This course prepares educators to support children in gaining control of self. Emphasis will also be on classroom management practices, building home/school partnerships, and involving parent in education. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
PSY 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation under supervision and approval of an instructor. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PSY 400 - Level
PSY 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-12 PSY 500 - Level
PSY 403 Interpersonal Process And Psychotherapy
Course explores theory and practice of counseling, interpersonal process and intentional interviewing. Surveys key concepts in evidence-based psychotherapy and addresses practical issues such as diversity and ethics. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 400 - Level
PSY 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 PSY 600 - Level
PSY 227 Introduction To Personality
Theories and topics in personality including its development, measurement, research, and behavior-change techniques. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level
PSY 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PSY 400 - Level
PSY 625 Intermediate Statistics
Advanced descriptive and inferential statistics including parametric and nonparametric procedures. Undergraduate course in statistics required before taking PSY 625. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PSY 600 - Level
PSY 645 Behavior Medicine Practicum: Individual
Supervised behavioral medicine assessment and therapy experience with individuals. Pass/Fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-6 PSY 600 - Level
PSYCH 227 Introduction To Personality
Theories and topics in personality including its development, measurement, research, and behavior-change techniques. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 200 - Level
EPS 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 550 Foundations Of Inquiry And Practice In Human Relations
Introduces the study of human relations, and prepares students to maximize success in the degree program, on the job, in their community, and at home. Using a modular format, the course builds competencies necessary for successful completion of degree requirements as well as developing insights and interpersonal skills essential in today's diverse and technologically driven society. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
ESE 280 Introduction To Children With Exceptional Needs
This course offers the learner an overview of the philosophy and psychology of teaching children with exceptional needs (CEN). Through the varied activities and assignments, the student will gain knowledge regarding assumptions and practices as related to the education of CEN learners. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 200 - Level
ESE 280H Introduction To Children With Exceptional Needs - Honors
This course offers the learner an overview of the philosophy and psychology of teaching children with exceptional needs (CEN). Through the varied activities and assignments the student will gain knowledge regarding assumptions and practices as related to the education of CEN learners. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 200 - Level
ARE 231 Art In The Elementary School
Art education teaching methods, including integration, art content, building relationships between classroom teachers and art specialists. Intended for elementary education majors; may be used as an elective in art education. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARE 200 - Level
PSY 202 Educational And Career Planning In The Psychological Sciences
Required course designed to provide majors with the information and tools needed to help them make informed decisions about their current educational plans and future career directions. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1 PSY 200 - Level
COM 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Letter grade only. No repeat limit.
1-3 COM 600 - Level
EES 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-Fail or letter grade. Note that no more than 3 units may be included on a master's plan in education.
1-3 EES 600 - Level
ECI 652 Gender Issues In Education
This course is an exploration of the complexities of issues surrounding the topic of gender in education. Sociocultural, political, historical, and personal contexts will be covered in this course with a focus on teaching and learning within schools. Cross-listed with WGS 652. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
MAT 405 Secondary Teaching Methods I
Issues and methods associated with teaching mathematics in grades seven through twelve with an emphasis on geometry. This course is a requisite to the Mathematics emphasis in the Master of Education - Secondary Education (certification) degree. Credits earned in this course are not applicable to any undergraduate degree program. Instructor consent required. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 400 - Level
MAT 406 Secondary Teaching Methods II
Issues and methods associated with teaching mathematics in grades seven through twelve with an emphasis on algebra, probability, and statistics. This course is a requisite to the Mathematics emphasis in the Master of Education - Secondary Education (certification) degree. Credits earned in this course are not applicable to any undergraduate degree program. Instructor consent required. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 400 - Level
ANT 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Letter grade only. No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-3 ANT 600 - Level
PRM 230 Introduction To Park Management
Introduces basic principles of park management, resource protection, and visitor management. Emphasizes park management strategies to protect resources and to manage and educate visitors. Letter grade only.
3 PRM 200 - Level
CHM 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Department Consent. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. May be repeated as needed.
1-3 CHM 600 - Level
CSD 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Department consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. No repeat limit.
1-3 CSD 600 - Level
NUR 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 NUR 600 - Level
SPA 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 units may be included on a master's program in education. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SPA 600 - Level
HON 100 Introduction To Honors
Through an intentional active learning process, first time Honor students will critically explore an Honors education and their understanding of themselves and the world around them. Pass-fail only.
1 HON 100 - Level
REL 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 REL 600 - Level
PRM 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Department consent required. No more than 3 hours may be included on the master's program in education. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 PRM 600 - Level
HIS 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 HIS 600 - Level
OTD 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-Fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. Note that no more than 3 units may be included on a master's plan in education.
1-3 OTD 600 - Level
ETC 320 Introduction To Education Technologies
Provides pre-service teachers with technology tools and skills to help them be successful during their academic experience at the College of Education. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 ETC 300 - Level
PE 355 Physical Education For High School Students
A review of secondary curriculum models and appropriate teaching methods for promoting lifelong physical activity for high school students. 2 hr. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 300 - Level
ECI 432 Queering Schools: Rethinking Sexuality And Gender Identit(Ies) In Educational Contexts
This course offers critical, feminist, queer, and post-modern theoretical grounding that supports an examination of issues of sexuality and gender identity/performance in educational contexts (pre K-Higher Education). Students will develop frameworks for evaluating and responding to school policies and educational experiences from a variety of contexts: as students, as parents, as educators, and as citizens. Cross-listed with WGS 432. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 400 - Level
ECI 574 Integrated Elementary Science/Social Studies Methods
Course offers future educators a practical understanding of an integrated curricular approach by infusing inquiry-based science methods with social studies methods using a thematic approach. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
4 ECI 500 - Level
EDU 309 Integrated Literacy I: Developmental Literacy And Language Arts In The Elementary School
Language acquisition and emergent literacy from birth through third grade. Examines contexts that support children's language and literacy development. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
EDU 310 Integrated Literacy II: Reading Theory, Decoding, And Language Arts In The Elementary School
Language and literacy development, from kindergarten through eighth grade. Supports children's reading, writing, and language arts pedagogy with current and classic research. 5 hrs. lecture, 1 hr. lab. Available only at NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
5 EDU 300 - Level
EPS 701 Seminar In Early Childhood Development
Advanced study of theories and research related to infancy and early childhood normal development. EPS 610 recommended. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
SPA 323 Intermediate Study Abroad
Intermediate academic study in Spanish language, literature, or culture. Available only at study abroad sites; contact the Department of Modern Languages and The Center for International Education for more information. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit with different content. Prerequisite: as appropriate; placement determined by exam at Study Abroad site.
1-6 SPA 300 - Level
SPA 323H Intermediate Study Abroad - Honors
Honors course. Intermediate academic study in Spanish language, literature, or culture. Available only at study abroad sites; contact the Department of Modern Languages and The Center for International Education for more information. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit with different content. Prerequisite: as appropriate; placement determined by exam at Study Abroad site.
1-6 SPA 300 - Level
FRE 323H Intermediate Study Abroad - Honors
Intermediate academic study in French language, literature, or culture. Available only at study abroad sites; contact the Department of Modern Languages and The Center for International Education for more information. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit with different content. Prerequisite: as appropriate; placement determined by exam at Study Abroad site.
1-6 FRE 300 - Level
GER 323 Intermediate Study Abroad
Intermediate academic study in German language, literature, or culture. Available only at study abroad sites; contact the Department of Modern Languages and The Center for International Education for more information. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit with different content. Prerequisite: as appropriate; placement determined by exam at Study Abroad site.
1-6 GER 300 - Level
FRE 323 Intermediate Study Abroad
Intermediate academic study in French language, literature, or culture. Available only at study abroad sites; contact the Department of Modern Languages and The Center for International Education for more information. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit with different content. Prerequisite: as appropriate; placement determined by exam at Study Abroad site.
1-6 FRE 300 - Level
CINE 394 Identity And Resistance: World Indigenous Film And Media
This course emphasizes an interdisciplinary and topical approach to the study of World Indigenous Identities and Indigenous Cinema. It explores self-representation in film and other media among indigenous peoples worldwide as a tool of self- determination, cultural assertion and preservation, development of sustainable communities, religious revitalization, artistic innovation, modernization, and resistance to commodification of ethnicity and globalization. Letter grade only.
3 CINE 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Effective Writing
AIS 390 Indigenous Knowledge
This course will explore the variety, depth, and practical applications of Indigenous knowledge by integrating perspectives from diverse sources, including NAU Traditional Knowledge Scholars as well as cultural experts from Indigenous communities throughout Arizona. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level
AIS 201 American Indian Expression
Examines different forms of American Indian expression that reflect living cultures and traditions. Particular attention will be given to the ways in which expressive forms function in Native communities in the past and present. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Effective Writing
SYS 221 Aesthetic And Humanistic Inquiry
This Second Year Seminar will explore the competing conceptual frameworks of artistic, philosophical, or historical inquiry and/or aesthetic experiences. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to six units of credit with different topics.
3 SYS 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing|Oral Communication
ART 143 Introduction To Handmade Books
This course is an introduction to the traditional techniques and processes used in the making of Handmade Books. The student will be introduced to and shall gain experience in the technical aspects of bookmaking. The student will also acquire an understanding of the history of books and the art of contemporary handmade bookmaking. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ART 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
AIS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation.  Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.  
1-6 AIS 400 - Level
AIS 504 Global Indigenous Law And Policy
This course will provide an overview of the contemporary state of Indigenous peoples, and will describe and explain the history of Indigenous peoples in International Law and Policy as well as human rights. The course takes an interdisciplinary approach by exploring the legal history of colonization theory from Aboriginal Title (Doctrine of Discovery) to the contemporary United Nations Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 500 - Level
ID 322 Interior Design Materials And Processes
Studies characteristics, manufacturing processes, evaluation, and specification of materials and products for use in interior design. Letter grade only.
3 ID 300 - Level
AIS 503 Indigenous Nation Building: Issues Of Leadership, Strategic Thinking, Governance, Culture & Devt
This course explores critical nation-building issues confronting Indigenous peoples in North America, with a primary focus on Native peoples in the United States. Students will examine current Indigenous institutions of self-government, assess policies of Indigenous and non-Indigenous governments, and assess capacity building methods for effective governance. Students will describe augmenting leadership skills, knowledge, and abilities for nation building. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 500 - Level
CIS 490 Management Of Information Assurance And Security
Advanced study of Enterprise-wide information assurance and security; includes strategic, continuity and disaster recovery planning, policies, procedures, staffing functions, security practices and security architecture. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 400 - Level
CIS 440 Applied Business Intelligence
Data analytics for business intelligence and decision making. Topics include the use of historical business data for quantitative analysis, data mining, predictive modeling, data warehousing, reporting, and decision making techniques, encompassing functional areas like marketing and finance. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 400 - Level
CIS 360 Management Information Systems
Presents information systems used by organizations and work groups with an emphasis on system development, management, and effective use. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 300 - Level
CIS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 CIS 400 - Level
HPI 600 The Dynamics, Structure, And Management Of Interdisciplinary Research
The course provides an introduction to the foundational principles of successful interdisciplinary research, addresses essential elements for the establishment of a dynamic research team, interdisciplinary leadership and management, core characteristics of well-functioning research collaboration and the barriers, evaluation of a team and its effectiveness, and strategies to develop interdisciplinary initiatives. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 HPI 600 - Level
AIS 101 Introduction To Indigenous Studies
Surveys concepts, methods, and content relevant to Applied Indigenous Studies, using examples from diverse indigenous cultures. This course demonstrates the interdependence of social, political, religious, and economic aspects of indigenous experience, processes that are best understood through interdisciplinary study. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 100 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Effective Writing
CMF 106 Introduction To Documentary Studies
Introduces students to a range of documentary work by photographers, filmmakers, oral historians, audio documentarians, and writers stressing, aesthetic, scholarly, and ethical considerations involved in representing other people and cultures. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
AIS 490C Indigenous Nation-building II
Involves a senior capstone project that applies the concepts of capacity-building for indigenous nations in the current era. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ID 326W Interior Codes And Regulations
Codes and regulations related to interior design, with emphasis on building, life safety, and barrier-free regulations. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only.
3 ID 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ECI 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ECI 400 - Level
ECI 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 ECI 400 - Level
CINE 101H Introduction To Cinema Studies - Honors
This class introduces students to the historical issues and theoretical concepts in Cinema Studies. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CINE 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ECI 531 Foundations Of Reading Instruction
Theories of language acquisition and reading instruction including bilingual and bicultural considerations. Presents authorities, philosophies, methodology, and materials and evaluates their strengths and weaknesses. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ECI 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-12 ECI 500 - Level
CINE 101 Introduction To Cinema Studies
This class introduces students to the historical issues and theoretical concepts in Cinema Studies. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CINE 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
AIS 290 Foundations Of Indigenous Environmental Justice: Law, Policy And Movements
This course examines perspectives on environmental justice, the history of the environmental justice movement, policy and law, contemporary issues, and current struggles of indigenous peoples for environmental justice worldwide. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level
ECI 730 Paradigms For Research In Curriculum And Instruction
Frameworks for conducting research in curriculum and instruction, using paradigms reflecting distinctively different assumptions about ontology and epistemology by examining various disciplines of inquiry. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 700 - Level
AIS 232 Museums And American Indians: Collecting, Displaying, And Repatriating Indigenous Cultures
Introduction to museum anthropology and current developments in tribal and non-tribal museums, with special attention to ideology of display and politics of repatriation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 AIS 200 - Level
AIS 450 Indian Health: Issues In Health Care, Promotion And Policy
This seminar addresses healthcare systems, policy and health conditions unique to Native Americans. Students study environmentally related illness and health environments as a whole. The class will consider innovative healing and illness prevention strategies. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 400 - Level
AIS 470 Traditional Ethno-biological Knowledge Of Indigenous Peoples
This course addresses traditional ethno-biological knowledge of wild foragers and farmers, and explores case studies of indigenous communities interacting with parks, endangered species regulators and environmentalists. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 400 - Level
SIMY 240 Introduction To Service Industry Management
Introduction to service industry data and practices, with focus on customer relations, management strategies, and competitive business advantages. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 SIMY 200 - Level
SIMY 365 Service Industry Operations Management
Introduces operations management for services, focusing on the design, management, and improvement of service processes, efforts that occur within the context of the firm's strategy. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 SIMY 300 - Level
ECI 570 Core Introductory Seminar
This course fosters the foundation for all subsequent coursework. It initiates the theme of "Community" through a set of common readings and is linked to the capstone course to ensure program continuity. Letter grade only.
1 ECI 500 - Level
ID 123 Interior Design Visualization
Basic course in free-hand perspective, visualization techniques, and basic rendering of quick sketches for interior design, using pencil, ink, and colored pencil. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 100 - Level
ID 110 Introduction To Interior Design
Basic issues and concepts related to the history and processes of commercial and residential interior design. Letter grade only.
3 ID 100 - Level
ID 121 Interior Design Graphics
Theory and practice of production drawings and orthographic and perspective projections as they relate to interior design. Emphasizes the use of mechanical drawing and producing scaled working drawings. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 100 - Level
ID 246 History Of Interior Architecture And Furniture I
Surveys historical architecture, interior treatments, furnishings and decorative appointments characteristic of specific design styles in selected cultures from antiquity to approximately 1900. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 200 - Level
ID 247 History Of Interior Architecture And Furniture II
Surveys historical architecture, interior treatments, furnishings, and decorative appointments characteristic of specific design styles in selected cultures from approximately 1900 to the present. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 200 - Level
ID 361 Interior Design I
Basic problems in design of total interior spaces. Emphasizes determinants of space utilization and specifications and preparation of design graphics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 300 - Level
ID 362 Interior Design II
Intermediate-level studio problems dealing with multi-space, public and private uses of interiors. Emphasizes use planning, working drawings, and budgeting. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 300 - Level
ID 421 Interior Lighting And Acoustics
Lighting and acoustical considerations for interior spaces with emphasis on lighting design and specification. Letter grade only.
3 ID 400 - Level
ID 461 Interior Design III
Facility planning. Advanced project problem solving, concentrating on facility planning of private and public interiors. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 400 - Level
ID 462 Interior Design IV
Comprehensive large-scale projects in commercial and institutional interiors. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ID 400 - Level
ID 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 ID 400 - Level
AIS 210 Current American Indian Government
Provides overview of the development of modern tribal governments, their powers, and the problems they face; includes historical examination of North American indigenous societies. Cross-listed with POS 210. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
AIS 304 Indigenous-state Relations: Comparative Global Contexts
As a critical approach to the study of Federal Indian Law, this course will examine the basic principles of Indian Law in the United States in a comparative context, utilizing both other British-influenced legal systems (Canada, New Zealand, Australia) as well as those of other former colonial powers, such as Spain and France. The course would include an introduction to Federal Indian Law as usually conceived. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
INT 301 Intelligence And National Security
A comprehensive introduction to intelligence...what it is, who does it, and who uses it. Starting with a brief historical overview, students will explore the intelligence cycle; examine relationships and tensions between agencies, government leaders and policymakers; delve into issues of maintaining balance between the need for intelligence and the civil rights and liberties of the people; and discuss intelligence oversight. Letter grade only.
3 INT 300 - Level
INT 315 Intelligence Collection, Analysis And Technology
With an emphasis on contemporary methods of foreign and domestic intelligence collection and analysis, this course will focus on sources, means, capabilities, and limitations of information mining at the local, state, federal level. Analytic procedures used to present findings to a broad range of clients and the use of technology in the collection and analysis processes are also highlighted. Letter grade only.
3 INT 300 - Level
INT 440 Legal And Ethical Issues In Intelligence
The responsibilities of different U.S. intelligence community members, the relationship between intelligence and policy-making processes, and legal foundations with particular emphasis on the intersection of national security and civil liberties will be highlighted. This provides a foundation to explore the U.S. foreign intelligence apparatus, discuss its authorities, limits, and oversight mechanisms, and also explore current legal and policy issues/controversies. Letter grade only.
3 INT 400 - Level
CIS 120 Intro To Computer Information Systems
Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Scientific Inquiry
INT 450 U.s. And Foreign Intelligence Communities
An exploration of the responsibilities different U.S. intelligence community members hold, including their authorities, limits, and oversight mechanisms, with particular emphasis on the intersection of national security concerns and civil liberties. The history and methods of foreign intelligence organizations that have shaped and continue to shape U.S. strategic intelligence, foreign policy, and national security planning will also be highlighted. Letter grade only.
3 INT 400 - Level
ENG 230 Introduction To Literature
Interpretive concepts in literature; practice in critical reading and written response. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
CIS 120H Introduction To Computer Information Systems - Honors
Introduces computer and information systems, including the development and hands-on use of applications designed for communications, decision support, and database management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CIS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
ECI 497C Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit..
1-6 ECI 400 - Level Senior Capstone
AIS 460 Applied Indigenous Cultural Resource Management
This course explores the developments in the working relationships of Indigenous peoples and archeologists in cultural resource management (CRM). Tribal CRM strategies and case studies across Indian country will be reviewed. Cross-listed with ANT 460. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 400 - Level US Ethnic Diversity
ARH 143 Introduction To The Arts Of Asia
Explores a wide range of works of art produced in West, Central, South, and East Asia from prehistoric to modern times, as well as provides a basic introduction to the discipline of art history. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARH 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Critical Thinking
ARH 143H Introduction To The Arts Of Asia - Honors
Explores a wide range of works of art produced in West, Central, South, and East Asia from prehistoric to modern times, as well as provides a basic introduction to the discipline of art history. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARH 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Critical Thinking
AIS 202 Roots Of Federal American Indian Policy
Surveys basic concepts and ideologies surrounding modern U.S. federal Indian policy, emphasizing stereotypes, historical controversies, and cultural differences. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Oral Communication
PHI 105H Introduction To Ethics - Honors
Introduces philosophical analysis of the ethical life. Reading and critical discussion of both classical and contemporary texts. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
PHI 101H Introduction To Philosophy - Honors
Introduces philosophical analysis of topics such as knowledge, belief, truth, causality, reality, and God. Reading and critical discussion of both classical and contemporary texts. Note: You may only receive credit for PHI 100 or 101, but not both. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
PHI 101 Introduction To Philosophy
Introduces philosophical analysis of topics such as knowledge, belief, truth, causality, reality, and God. Reading and critical discussion of both classical and contemporary texts. Note: You may only receive credit for PHI 100 or 101, but not both. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry SUN Critical Thinking
PHI 105 Introduction To Ethics
Introduces philosophical analysis of the ethical life. Reading and critical discussion of both classical and contemporary texts. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry SUN Effective Writing
AIS 310 Sounding Resistance In Indian Country
An examination of the ways in which music has fueled American Indian resistance, from Red Power of the 1960s and 70s to the present. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ART 258 Introduction To Video Art
This is a studio art course that will introduce students to basic elements involved in creating video art. Discussions will center on the components that go into putting together and evaluating video art, including mise-en scene, cinematography, editing, sound mixing and the narrative. Pass-fail or letter grade.
3 ART 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 230H Introduction To Literature - Honors
Interpretive concepts in literature; practice in critical reading and written response. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ES 255 Gender And Indigenous Representation
Examines the relationship and negotiation of gender and culture as they are represented within and concerning Indigenous peoples/communities. We will focus on U.S. forms of representation in popular experiences, e.g., literature, film, media. Cross-listed with AIS 255. Letter grade only.
3 ES 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Critical Thinking
EDU 300 Mathematics In The Elementary School
Teaching of mathematics in the elementary and junior high school; opportunity for the development of instructional materials. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
ENTY 330 Creativity And Innovation Models And Methods
Introduction to innovation theory, innovation types, primary and secondary research for innovators, and asymmetric advantages and disadvantages for entrepreneurs. Letter grade only.
2 ENTY 300 - Level
EPS 673 Psychoeducational Assessment I
Administration, scoring, interpretation, and report writing with major measures of intelligence. Includes theory and research with practicum experience. Required programs include: MA School Psychology, PhD Counseling and School Psychology. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 674 Psychoeducational Assessment II
Administration, scoring, and interpretation of tests of cognitive, academic, adaptive, sensory, and motor functioning. Emphasizes psychoeducational diagnosis and report writing. Required programs include EdS School Psychology and PhD School Psychology. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 309 Integrated Lit I: Dev Literacy, Evidence-based Practices, And Language Arts In The Elementary School
Language acquisition and emergent literacy from birth through third grade. Examines contexts that support children's language and literacy development. ECI 310 may be taken concurrently. Contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ENG 266 World Cinema: An Introduction
An introductory survey of the first one hundred years of cinema, including histories and texts from traditionally underrepresented areas such as Africa, the Middle East, Australasia, Asia, and Latin America. Cross-listed with CINE 266. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
CINE 266 World Cinema: An Introduction
An introductory survey of the first one hundred years of cinema, including histories and texts from traditionally underrepresented areas such as Africa, the Middle East, Australasia, Asia, and Latin America. Cross-listed with ENG 266. Letter grade only.
3 CINE 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
ENG 266H World Cinema: An Introduction - Honors
An introductory survey of the first one hundred years of cinema, including histories and texts from traditionally underrepresented areas such as Africa, the Middle East, Australasia, Asia, and Latin America. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
EDL 622 Legal Aspects Of School Administration
Functions, relationships, and responsibilities of school districts, with interpretations of legal status as shown by statutes and court decisions. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eliglble to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
ENG 261 Introduction To Women Writers
Representative novels, poetry, and plays by women writing in English studied in the context of new scholarship on women in language, literary theory, history, philosophy, and psychology. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ENG 261H Introduction To Women Writers - Honors
Representative novels, poetry, and plays by women writing in English studied in the context of new scholarship on women in language, literary theory, history, philosophy, and psychology. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
ANT 607 Pre-internship Seminar
Preparation for internship. Includes training in developing, presenting, and evaluating position papers, proposals, and work plans; literature search and use of secondary data; ethics and professional development for work outside academia. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 600 - Level
ECI 576 Student Teaching And Internship
This field experience consists of directed teaching experience in an elementary school with directed and cooperative preparation, teaching and evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 11 units of credit. Course fee required.
2-11 ECI 500 - Level
EPS 767 Research Paradigms
The first purpose of this course is to develop understanding in the application of research designs and methods for planning and conducting research in the fields of Counseling Psychology, School Psychology, and Learning & Instruction. A second purpose of the course is to assist students in developing the major components of their dissertation proposals. A third purpose is to enhance skills in analyzing and interpreting research articles. Pass-fail only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
AHBY 210 Introduction To Human Behavior
This course explores the degrees, careers and roles in the Behavioral health field. This includes the history, roles and goals of Psychology, Social Work, Sociology and Criminology. Self-exploration and research of future career choices within the behavioral health field are part of course requirements. Research of profession based topics: understanding academic requirements, licenses, experience and marketability in today's economy. Letter grade only.
1 AHBY 200 - Level
EPS 740 Doctoral Practicum In Counseling Psychology And Supervision
Doctoral-level practicum emphasizing advanced skills, educational and psychological assessment, and intervention strategies. 150 clock hours minimum experience. Models and theories of supervision will also be covered along with supervised practice in supervision of master's level students. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to six units of credit. Course fee required.
3 EPS 700 - Level
EPS 661 Group Processes
Methods of leadership, group effectiveness, communication within groups, and evaluation of outcomes. Required programs include: MA Counseling, MEd School Counseling and Student Affairs, PhD Counseling Psychology. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
TSM 618 Science And Mathematics Teacher Induction Course I
This course is designed to support first year teachers as they navigate the transition between their teacher preparation program and the school system where they are teaching. Instruction will emphasize further skill development needed by novice teachers such as classroom management, communication, record keeping, and material resources selection while reinforcing content and pedagogical knowledge, and instructional practices. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 3 units.
1-3 TSM 600 - Level
EPS 199 Special Topics
Foundations of intellectual inquiry. In-depth study of a substantive problem. Letter grade only. Student may select up to 6 units of different EPS 199 topics. The same topic can only be repeated for grade replacement.
1-3 EPS 100 - Level
PSY 230 Introduction To Statistics In Psychology
Basic concepts of statistical analysis and design in psychological research. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 PSY 200 - Level
PSYCH 230 Introduction To Statistics In Psychology
Basic concepts of statistical analysis and design in psychological research. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 PSYCH 200 - Level
SCI 593 Public School In-service Workshop
Topical instruction involving exchange of ideas, practical methods, skills, and principles. Normally you may count up to 6 hours of 593 toward your graduate program. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SCI 500 - Level
EDF 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 EDF 300 - Level
EDL 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 EDL 300 - Level
ESE 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 ESE 300 - Level
EPS 565 Student Services In High Education
Survey course introduces the areas of student services. Reviews organization, administration, goals, and objectives of these areas from a theoretical and practical perspective. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
ECI 540 Teaching And Managing Secondary Classrooms
High school teaching methods, integrating theory with practice, that involve classroom management, lesson planning, student evaluation and strategies to provide optimal learning environments in secondary classrooms. Co-convenes with ECI 450. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ESE 548 Survey Of Special Education
Develop basic understanding of learning and developmental characteristics, educational service provisions, and common instructional needs. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
EPS 692 Counseling Practicum
Supervised, on-campus counseling practicum experiences, emphasizing interaction with individuals seeking service from counselors. One hundred clock hours minimum experience. Required programs include: MA Counseling, MEd School Counseling and Student Affairs, PhD Counseling Psychology. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for the internship. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
3 EPS 600 - Level
CCHE 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 CCHE 300 - Level
BME 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Course fee required.
1-12 BME 300 - Level
ARE 495C Supervised Teaching; Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to complete the program. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ARE 400 - Level Senior Capstone
PE 495C Supervised Teaching: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to complete the program. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 24 units of credit. Course fee required.
12 PE 400 - Level Senior Capstone
BME 593 Public School In-service Workshop
Topical instruction involving exchange of ideas, practical methods, skills, and principles. Normally you may count up to 6 hours of 593 toward your graduate program. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-3 BME 500 - Level
ARE 331 Trends In Art Education
Individualized problems course covering the literature in art education. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARE 300 - Level
EDL 627 Personnel Administration In Education
Overview of personnel function in the educational field, focusing on employer-employee relations. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
EPS 799 Dissertation
Individualized directed research, writing, and oral defense of selected dissertation topic. Admission to Doctoral Program in Educational Psychology.
1-9 EPS 700 - Level
EPS 606 Applied Behavior Management
Opportunity to put into practice principles of learning as they relate to the design, implementation, and evaluation of behavioral programs for school-aged individuals. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
CTE 565 Career And Technical Education Teaching Methods
Examines philosophy, teaching methods, preparation and use of instructional materials, and evaluation as they specifically apply to Career and Technical Education. Designed for teachers with elementary or secondary education certification or prior coursework in secondary curriculum and teaching methods. Satisfies methods course requirement for ADE CTE certification. Contains key assessments that M.Ed. Secondary Education, Certification CTE students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 500 - Level
HA 325 Design And Layout For Restaurant Facilities
This course introduces the design and layout of food service facilities to assist future managers in working with design professionals. It covers preliminary planning, the roles and responsibilities of members of the project team, the design sequence, principles of design, space analysis, equipment layout, fabricated and manufactured equipment, and engineering and architecture for food service facilities. Letter grade only.
3 HA 300 - Level
EE 325 Engineering Analysis II
Analysis tools for electrical and mechanical systems with computer implementations. Typical topics include matrix and vector algebra, curve fitting, transform methods, Fourier analysis, partial differential equations, and boundary value problems. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EE 300 - Level
PADM 325 Personnel Administration In The Public Sector
This course is a practical application of personnel administration in the public sector. Topics include personnel supervision and management, from recruitment and selection to retirement, employee motivation, evaluation, promotion and career development, and grievances and termination. Letter grade only.
3 PADM 300 - Level
PRM 325 Special Event Planning
Introduces special event planning processes and techniques. Emphasizes creating, organizing, identifying sponsors, marketing, and implementing large community events. Spring. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PRM 300 - Level
FOR 325 Forest Management III
Evaluates interactions between and among competing and complementary uses of forested ecosystems within a human context. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 300 - Level
POS 325 Human Resource Management
Theories and practices of human resource management, from recruitment and selection to retirement, including motivation, evaluation, promotion, career development, organizations and negotiation, grievances and termination. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level
HIS 325 Modern China
Examines the political, socioeconomic, and cultural-intellectual developments in China from the 1830s to the 1940s. Focuses on the dual processes of modernization and revolution. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
REL 325 The Historical Jesus
Training in the methods of modern historical-critical study of gospel materials. Explores how the sayings and deeds of Jesus were remembered, spread, and written down. Recommended: REL 220. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
INT 340 Psychology Of Terrorism
With an emphasis on the phenomenon of terrorism, focusing on the factors that facilitate and compel individual and group terrorist behavior, this course will emphasize theoretical foundations from social psychology sociology, political science, criminology, and history. The course will draw heavily upon historical examples, as well as current cases of international and domestic terrorist groups around the world. Letter grade only.
3 INT 300 - Level
MAT 302 Mathematics Education Practicum
Field experience in a middle or high school mathematics department, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of a mathematics or statistics teacher. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only.
1 MAT 300 - Level
BME 480 Parent And Community Involvement In Bilingual And Esl Programs
Strategies for facilitating community participation in the education of minorities. Letter grade only.
3 BME 400 - Level
BME 210 Foundations Of Multicultural Education
This course focuses primarily on the perspectives of ethnic minority populations in schools, including linguistically and culturally diverse students, exploring the historical, legal, theoretical, and sociological foundations of U.S. educational programs. Letter grade only.
3 BME 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Effective Writing
CTE 494C Supervised Teaching: Secondary
Directed teaching in secondary schools and secondary school content areas; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences on the theories, issues, and practices in cooperation with the classroom teacher and university supervisor. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to complete the program. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 24 units of credit. Course fee required.
12 CTE 400 - Level Senior Capstone
EGR 389 Cooperative Education
Study work plan of education with alternate semesters of attendance in university and semesters of employment in industry or government related to your major area of study. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Course fee required.
1 EGR 300 - Level
CTE 500 Foundations Of Career And Technical Education
Explores secondary comprehensive career and technical education programs in Arizona, including curriculum standards, program approval requirements, performance standards and data reporting, and federal and state funding. Core foundational knowledge related to the organization and administration of career and technical education in Arizona is covered, including the important roles of integration of academics and career and technical student organizations. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 500 - Level
PSY 346 Industrial Organizational Psychology
Studies applications of psychological theory and methodology to organizational issues: selection, training, motivation, leadership, work settings, and consumer behavior. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 300 - Level
PSY 695 Health Psychology Internship
Post-practicum experience providing supervised, on-the-job activities in a broad variety of health psychology applications. Students must be enrolled in the Pre-Doctoral Clinical Health or Clinical Health Psychology Masters programs and have completed all required coursework in the respective program. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
3-6 PSY 600 - Level
ECI 710 Contexts Of Schooling
Introduces multiple contexts that influence curricular and instructional decision-making, socio-cultural, political, organization, and historical. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 700 - Level
EDF 500 Cultural Foundations Of Education
Introduces cultural, historical, and philosophical contexts of schooling. For post-degree state certification students. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 500 - Level
EPS 680 Psychopathology And Diagnosis
Presents current diagnostic system and variety of psychoeducational diagnoses set forth in Individuals with Disabilities Education Act and federal and Arizona regulations. Emphasizes integrating psychological assessment results with the diagnostic process. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Previous graduate or undergraduate courses in Abnormal Psychology and Personality Theory are strongly recommended.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ARE 200 Foundations In Art Education
Includes quality components, state and national standards, lesson plan design and writing, the language of art, and children's artistic development. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARE 200 - Level
EDL 733 Educational Organization Development
The purpose of this course is to provide the student with opportunities to learn the theories, models, research, planning processes and the development of strategies for change in public institutions and organizations. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
ECI 311 Activities For Early Childhood Education
Developing creative activities for young children through puppetry and drama, music and dance, movement exploration and play, and arts and crafts; techniques of preparation and use of learning centers, electric response units, and intellectual kits. Lab experience. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ECI 622 Early Education Of The Exceptional Child
Early development of the exceptional child, emphasizing early perceptual, conceptual, and social development; introduction and discussion of curriculum modifications as well as methods and materials. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
ETC 557 Technology Integration In The Elementary Classroom
Examines roles and impacts of technology on elementary education curriculum and practices that facilitate creation of a computer-using curriculum based on models, theories, national standards, and relevant research. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
ETC 585 Technology Integration In The Pk-16 Classroom
This course brings together theory, content, and technology to assist educators in developing understanding, appreciation, and a vision of technology's roles and impacts on curriculum. This course is based on models, theories, national standards, and relevant research. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
EDL 623 Publicity And Politics Of Education
Administrator's responsibilities in maintaining satisfactory public relations, including general policies, organization of school publicity, and agencies for reaching the public. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
ENG 689 Practicum In English Education
Field experience in a middle and high school English department or in a community college, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of an English/language arts teacher/instructor/professor. Co-convenes with ENG 401. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 ENG 600 - Level
EDL 629 The Principalship
School leadership concepts and skills as they relate to elementary, middle, and high schools. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
CCHE 680 Higher Education In The United States
History and current trends, including aims, control, curricular organization, selection of students and professors, academic freedom and responsibility, problems in teaching, research, and public service; innovations on the scene. Letter grade only.
3 CCHE 600 - Level
DIS 526 Applications Of Assistive Technology For School-aged Individuals
Develops the specific skills and device knowledge necessary to provide assistive technology services to young children and school-aged individuals across a range of disabilities in a variety of settings. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 DIS 500 - Level
AST 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Fee required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 AST 300 - Level
ART 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Fee required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 ART 300 - Level
BIO 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Fee required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 BIO 300 - Level
AS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field or study or career objectives.  Pass-fail only.  May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 AS 300 - Level
CHM 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated as needed. Course fee required.
1-12 CHM 300 - Level
ANT 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives.  Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-12 ANT 300 - Level
ENG 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 ENG 300 - Level
CM 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated as needed.
1-12 CM 300 - Level
CCJ 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Course fee required.
1-12 CCJ 300 - Level
COM 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Fee required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units. Department consent required.
1-12 COM 300 - Level
CS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Fee required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units.
1-12 CS 300 - Level
REL 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Fee required.
1-12 REL 300 - Level
CMF 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 CMF 300 - Level
ME 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit.
1-3 ME 300 - Level
ENV 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 ENV 300 - Level
CST 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 CST 300 - Level
ECI 316 Play Education
This course will examine play from birth through age eight by focusing on the social and cognitive benefits of play and its role in children's development. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
GLG 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 GLG 300 - Level
SPA 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 SPA 300 - Level
CENE 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 CENE 300 - Level
NUR 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 NUR 300 - Level
SBS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. Fee required. No repeat limit.
1-12 SBS 300 - Level
SOC 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 SOC 300 - Level
VC 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 VC 300 - Level
GSP 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 GSP 300 - Level
MAT 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 MAT 300 - Level
SW 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 SW 300 - Level
PADM 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 PADM 300 - Level
JLS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required. No repeat limit.
1-12 JLS 300 - Level
HIS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 HIS 300 - Level
MUP 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. No repeat limit. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1-12 MUP 300 - Level
POS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 POS 300 - Level
GER 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 GER 300 - Level
LAN 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 LAN 300 - Level
HUM 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 HUM 300 - Level
LS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. Fee required. No repeat limit.
1-12 LS 300 - Level
NAV 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 NAV 300 - Level
PHY 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 PHY 300 - Level
GRT 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 GRT 300 - Level
HON 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 HON 300 - Level
MUS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. No repeat limit. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1-12 MUS 300 - Level
HA 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 HA 300 - Level
MS 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 MS 300 - Level
FRE 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 FRE 300 - Level
PHO 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 PHO 300 - Level
PHI 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 PHI 300 - Level
ADV 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Pass-fail only.  Fee required.  May be repeated for credit. Department consent required.
1-12 ADV 300 - Level
MER 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. May be repeated for credit. Fee required.
1-12 MER 300 - Level
PR 389 Cooperative Education
Individualized preplanned cooperative employment experience related to your field of study or career objectives. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Fee required. No repeat limit.
1-12 PR 300 - Level
ECI 450 High School Teaching Methods
General and specific methods involving classroom management, lesson planning, classroom presentations, and evaluation of classroom teaching. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Co-convenes with ECI 540. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 400 - Level
ECI 573 Teaching And Learning Elementary School Mathematics
Builds pre-service teachers' understanding and appreciation of mathematics and of children's mathematical thinking, learning, development and diversity. Course presents effective strategies, techniques for planning, teaching, assessing and adapting mathematics instruction. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ES 484 Racism In U.s. Schools And Society: Investigating Whiteness And Constructions Of Race
This course examines the cultural, ideological, and institutional aspects of racism in schools, with a special focus on how race has been constructed and how whiteness operates and is maintained. Co-convened with ES 584. Cross-listed with EDF 484. Letter grade only.
3 ES 400 - Level
ES 584 Racism In U.s. Schools And Society: Investigating Whiteness And Constructions Of Race
This course examines the cultural, ideological, and institutional aspects of racism in schools, with a special focus on how race has been constructed and how whiteness operates and is maintained. Co-convened with ES 484. Cross-listed with EDF 584. Letter grade only.
3 ES 500 - Level
ESE 519 Introduction To Positive Behavior Support
This course is designed to provide students with an overview of positive behavior support (PBS) that will help them understand and help students with disabilities and behavior challenges. Cross-listed with DIS 519. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
ESE 549 Methods In Early Intensive Behavioral Support
Introduction to Early Intensive Behavioral Interventions (EIBI) trains individuals to enhance the learning of young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) and other developmental disabilities. EIBI incorporates principles of applied behavior analysis (ABA) such as reinforcement, shaping, prompting, facing, and measurement of behavior. The course consists of on-line lessons, readings, quizzes, discussions, recording data from videos, and a project assignment. Instructor consent required. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
EDR 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 EDR 600 - Level
EDF 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 EDF 600 - Level
EDL 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 EDL 600 - Level
SCI 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SCI 600 - Level
ESE 497 Independent Study
approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 ESE 400 - Level
ESE 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 ESE 600 - Level
ESE 681 Advanced Methods And Assessment In Special Education: Autism Spectrum Disorders
This online course covers the range of program and instructional options for designing a comprehensive educational program for individuals who have Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD). The course includes a review of programs and interventions to address sensory, motor, academic, communication, social, and transition needs that are specifically unique to school-aged children with ASD. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
EPS 672 Campus Crisis, Ethics, And Legal Issues In Student Affairs
This class will introduce students to basic skills required in higher education settings including assessing and responding to campus crises. Students will become familiar with crisis intervention models and techniques, ethical and legal principles in higher education, and professional standards applied to crisis, ethical, and legal issues. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
BME 437H Structure English Immersion Methods For Secondary School
This course is designed to prepare pre-service and in-service teachers to: assess the needs of secondary English Language Learners (ELL) and develop materials and effective teaching methods. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 BME 400 - Level
EDF 677 Educational Sociology
Major problem areas in American culture, social objectives of the school's curriculum. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
ESE 601 Limiting Bias In Assessment Of Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Students With Exceptionalities
Pre-referral procedures, educational and psychological assessment techniques and instruments, educational diagnosis, and placement procedures. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
PSY 601 Introduction To Clinical Skills
Basic verbal and nonverbal communications skills and their application in psychological and health-care settings. Microskills training format. Letter grade only.
4 PSY 600 - Level
MAT 600 Equity In Mathematics Education
Examination of recent mathematics education research and policy to facilitate reflection regarding effective mathematics education for all students. Investigation of expectations, rationales, realities and strategies of the Mathematics for All initiatives. Cannot be used for the M.S. Mathematics or M.S. Statistics degrees. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 600 - Level
MAT 601 Seminar In Mathematics Education
Investigates special topics in mathematical education. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 MAT 600 - Level
HIS 407 Practicum In The Schools
Field experience including a minimum 45 hours of work in a middle or high school classroom and the teaching of a lesson, guided reflections, observations, and collaborative learning design and implementation. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 HIS 400 - Level
EPS 603 College Student Development Theory
Human and college-student development theory and its application to practice. Involves critically evaluating various developmental theories in relation to student-affairs practice in higher education. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 622 Child And Adolescent Counseling
Theory and techniques for treating psychological disorders in children and adolescents. Includes approaches to treatment, efficacy research, and treatment evaluation. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
MUS 200 Prelude To Music Education
Introduction to the teaching of choral, instrumental and general music through lecture, discussion, and research pertaining to professional responsibilities and career opportunities. Required for all music education majors. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 MUS 200 - Level
LAN 308 Foreign Language Education Practicum
Field experience in a middle or high school foreign language class, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of a foreign language teacher. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
3 LAN 300 - Level
ENG 401 English Education Practicum
Field experience in a middle or high school English department, with exposure to and practical experience in the tasks of an English/language arts teacher. Co-convenes with ENG 689. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
1 ENG 400 - Level
HS 415 Planning And Implementing School Health Education
Teaching methods, curricula, and strategies used for health promotion in school settings. Candidates must satisfactorily complete key assessments to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HS 400 - Level
BME 697 Independent Study
Department Consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 BME 600 - Level
CCHE 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 CCHE 600 - Level
CCHE 696 Internship
Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit. Course fee required.
3-9 CCHE 600 - Level
CTE 697 Independent Study
Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 CTE 600 - Level
CIE 599 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study. May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number. Letter grade only. May be repeated for credit.
1-9 CIE 500 - Level
ETC 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-3 ETC 600 - Level
CIE 408 Field Work Experience
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Pass-Fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Fee required.
1-12 CIE 400 - Level
CIE 485 Undergraduate Research
Individualized original research under the supervision of a research advisor. Pass-Fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 CIE 400 - Level
ECI 565 Evaluation Of Learning: Secondary
Principles and techniques of assessment at the secondary level, including formal and informal assessments, interpretation of standardized assessments and legal and ethical issues related to assessment. Co-convenes with ECI 465. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
ECI 465 Evaluation Of Learning: Secondary
Principles and techniques of assessment at the secondary level, including formal and informal assessments, interpretation of standardized assessments, and legal and ethical issues related to assessment. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Co-convenes with ECI 565. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 400 - Level
ECI 465H Evaluation Of Learning Secondary - Honors
Principles and techniques of assessment at the secondary level, including formal and informal assessments, interpretation of standardized assessments, and legal and ethical issues related to assessment. Candidates must satisfactorily complete the key assessment in this course to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 400 - Level
MUS 490 Pedagogical Topics In K-12 Music Education
This course is designed to introduce students to the fundamental principles of effective instruction with respect to contemporary topics in K-12 Music Education. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
1 MUS 400 - Level
EPS 602 The Impact Of College On Students
This seminar will include a study of the characteristics of college students, the educational outcomes associated with college attendance, and the predictors of college student success. College impact researchers investigate various aspects of the college environment that have an impact on student outcomes. The course will also focus on discussions regarding student affairs programs designed to provide positive impacts for students. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
PSY 255 Introduction To Cognitive & Behavioral Neuroscience
Course takes a biological approach to understanding behavior and mental processes; exploring relationships between the nervous system and behavior, and providing a foundation in basic nervous system structure and function. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level
PSY 255H Introduction To Cognitive And Behavioral Neuroscience - Honors
Course takes a biological approach to understanding behavior and mental processes; exploring relationships between the nervous system and behavior, and providing a foundation in basic nervous system structure and function. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level
PSYY 230 Introduction To Statistics In The Social And Behavioral Sciences
Basic concepts of statistical analysis and design in social and behavioral science research. Letter grade only.
3 PSYY 200 - Level
EPS 640 Biological Bases Of Behavior
This course provides an overview of the neural mechanisms underlying human behavior. Core components of neuroscience are reviewed, including history, development, anatomy, physiology, pharmacology, research, assessment and treatment. Psychological constructs including language, learning and memory, emotion, spatial behavior, and attention,/consciousness are reviewed. Brain injury and developmental, neurological, and psychiatric disorders are examined in conjunction with the role of the brain's plasticity Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
ECI 666 Problems In Secondary School Curriculum
Analyzes contemporary and controversial issues in the development of secondary school curriculum. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
EDF 742 Historical Research And Educational History
This course will provide the student with an exploration of American Education History through the requirements of practicing history at the local, state, and national level. The context of social history will be used to explore history of schools and teachers and educators at the K-12 and CC/HE level. The main historical research focus is Oral History. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 700 - Level
ECI 300 Mathematics And Evidence-based Practices In The Elementary School
Teaching of mathematics in the elementary and junior high school; opportunity for the development of instructional materials. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ECI 300H Mathematics And Evidence-based Practices In The Elementary School - Honors
Teaching of mathematics in the elementary and junior high school; opportunity for the development of instructional materials. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
AT 301 Clinical Education III
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day fieldwork in an approved athletic training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 300 - Level
AT 202 Clinical Education II
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day fieldwork in an approved training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 200 - Level
AT 302 Clinical Education IV
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day fieldwork in an approved athletic training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 300 - Level
AT 401 Clinical Education V
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day in an approved athletic training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 400 - Level
AT 402 Clinical Education VI
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day fieldwork in an approved athletic training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 400 - Level
ECI 607 Advanced Study In Play Education
Theories of play; development of play, play types, social play categories; the relationship of play to personality, social development, gender differences, social class and culture; planning play (birth to age 8). Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
DIS 417 Disability Law And Education
This course covers legal issues dealing with IDEA, inclusion, LRE, discipline, AT, Section 504, Title II of the ADA, and other disability related laws. Co-convenes with DIS 517. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 400 - Level
DIS 517 Disability Law And Education
This course covers legal issues dealing with IDEA, inclusion, LRE, discipline, AT, Section 504, Title II of the ADA, and other disability related laws. Co-convenes with DIS 417. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 500 - Level
AT 201 Clinical Education I
Review and evaluation of specific clinical proficiencies required by the National Athletic Trainers' Association for certification. Includes day-to-day fieldwork in an approved athletic training clinical site facility. Pass-fail only. Course fee required.
2 AT 200 - Level
AT 503 Clinical Education III
Students will attend required, brief clinical rotations, including: Orthopedic Physician's office, Rehabilitation clinic office, and a General Medical Physician's office. They will observe and, as appropriate, practice clinical skills under the supervision of the clinical preceptor. Pass-fail only.
2 AT 500 - Level
ECI 740 Praxis Seminar
Examines how theoretical frameworks in education can and often should be constructed from successful practice, thus demonstrating how practice can influence theory. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 700 - Level
OTD 772 Inspired Practice Through Visionary Leadership
The approaches to leadership in traditional and emerging practice settings is emphasized in the context of professional development and behaviors , strategic planning and visioning, mentoring and professional responsibilities across the roles of practice scholar, fieldwork educator, entrepreneur, faculty, consultant, advocate and servant leader. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
3 OTD 700 - Level
CTE 465 Methods Of Career And Technical Education
Examines philosophy and teaching methods, preparation and use of instructional material, and evaluation in agriculture education, business education, family and consumer education, health careers education, industrial technological education, and marketing education. Satisfies methods course requirement for ADE CTE certification. Contains key assessments that BSED CTE students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 400 - Level
EDL 650 Critical Issues In Educational Leadership
Overview of current critical issues in educational leadership. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed to be eligible to register for the internship. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 600 - Level
ARE 421 Concepts, Strategies, And Assessments For The Elementary School
Methods involving teaching strategies, assessment of student progress, elementary resource materials, unit and course planning, presentation and evaluation of classroom teaching in art. This course contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ARE 400 - Level
SCI 630 Survey Of Literature In Science Education
In this course, students will become critical readers of current science education research and its implications to classroom practice. Areas to be discussed include but are not limited to: curriculum and instruction, knowing and learning, equity, technology, professional development, nature of science and informal science education. Students will also receive instruction on basic educational research methods and gain experience in designing a study. Letter grade only.
3 SCI 600 - Level
EPS 615 Lifespan Human Development: Implications For Counseling
The course will examine human development over the lifespan and prepare students to conceptualize clients through this perspective. Child, adolescent and adult development will be explored through the study of major theories and models. This course will combine theory and models with practice by looking at strategies for assessment, case conceptualization, intervention and wellness from a developmental perspective. Application of these principles in relation to self and others will be practiced. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 599 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study. May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number. May be repeated for credit. Pass-fail or letter grade.
1-3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 415 Leadership Skills For True Blue Ambassadors
This course is a pre-service course for students in training to serve as True Blue Ambassadors for Northern Arizona University during the spring, summer, and fall orientation sessions and participate in university recruitment events/daily campus visits. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Successfully hired as a True Blue Ambassadors by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation.
3 EPS 400 - Level
EPS 406 Resident Assistant Pre-service Training
This course is a required pre-service course for students who will serve as Residence Assistants in NAU's residential (housing) communities. Instructor's consent required. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: students must be selected as RA trainees
2 EPS 400 - Level
EPS 699 Thesis
Individualized directed research, writing, and oral defense of selected thesis topic. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Prerequisite: Admission to master's program.
1-9 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 712 Foundations Of Learning
Foundations of learning and individual differences applied to professional practice. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
EPS 739 Directed Readings
Current information from professional journals on topics not covered in regular programs of studies. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-3 EPS 700 - Level
EPS 101 Study Skills And College Success
Covers time-management and study skills, communication skills, career exploration, and use of university resources. Prerequisite: recommendation by Undergraduate Admissions' Office of Campus Programs and Outreach, or instructor's consent.
3 EPS 100 - Level
EPS 485 Undergraduate Research
Individualized original research under the supervision of a research adviser. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 EPS 400 - Level
EPS 499 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area. Letter grade only. No repeat limit.
1-3 EPS 400 - Level
EPS 580 Human Development
Principles of growth and development within the lifespan of the individual, relating these principles to human relations and behavior. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 592 Foundations Of Clinical Mental Health Counseling
Introduces clinical mental health counseling, including historical perspectives, theory, practice, employment settings, credentialing requirements, research, and ethical considerations. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 591 Personality Adjustment
Investigates the dynamics of human behavior and adaptation to the environment; consideration of personality theory, motivation, frustration and conflict, anxiety, deviance, defense, and psychotherapy. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 595 Self-management Techniques
Presents procedures by which the principles of learning theory can be translated into the achievement of personal goals. Includes techniques for initiating self-change that address the affective, behavioral, and cognitive modes of human functioning. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 596 Development Perspectives Of Human Diversity
Examines human development and behavior within the context of racial, ethnic, and cultural diversity. Topics include racial/ethnic identity development, intelligence, stereotyping, and racism. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 597 Reading For Comprehensive Exam
Preparation for comprehensive examination. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-9 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 724 Computer Statistics
Computer application of descriptive and inferential statistics including practice in using computers to assist in research projects. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
EPS 664 Tests And Measurements
Test theory and construction of selected intelligence, achievement, aptitude, personality, interest, and special ability tests. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 670 Professional Ethics, Legal Standards And Responsibilities
Current professional problems and ethics in the helping professions, including issues related to certification, licensure, confidentiality, forensic concerns, values, responsibilities, and professional and legal standards. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 681 Evidence-based Counseling Techniques
This course provides information and supervised practice on how to select and apply specific counseling techniques. Topics will include case conceptualization and treatment planning and guidance on how to research client problems and disorders and find information on evidence-based treatments. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 669 Crisis, Trauma, And Disaster Counseling
This course is an introduction to the research and practice of crisis counseling, trauma counseling, and disaster mental health. Issues related to the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of individuals, families and communities affected by crises, trauma and disasters will be thoroughly addressed consistent with the 2009 CACREP standards. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 682 Student Affairs Practicum
This course is a supervised Student Affairs practicum experience emphasizing interaction with individuals and groups seeking student support services. The minimum amount of practicum experience required is 100 clock hours (40 direct, 60 indirect). This course contains a case study that must be passed according to a rubric to be eligible to register for internship. Pass-fail only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 650 Theory And Practice In Program Evaluation
Theory and Practice in Program Evaluation introduces program evaluation theory, methodology, applications, and issues in both formal and informal application. The course also examines application of program evaluation within specific areas of professional practice and use of evaluation for thesis or dissertation projects. A central course theme is thinking evaluatively in all aspects of personal and professional life. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
EPS 580H Human Development - Honors
Principles of growth and development within the lifespan of the individual, relating these principles to human relations and behavior. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 595H Self-management Techniques - Honors
Presents procedures by which the principles of learning theory can be translated into the achievement of personal goals. Includes techniques for initiating self-change that address the affective, behavioral, and cognitive modes of human functioning. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 500 - Level
EPS 702 Seminar In Developmental Disabilities
Advanced study of theories and research related to atypical development in infancy and early childhood. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 700 - Level
CSD 653 Traumatic Brain Injury And Dementia
This course will prepare graduate speech-language pathology students to work with clients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and dementia. Students will obtain the knowledge and skills to evaluate, treat, and educate/counsel individuals with cognitive-communicative disorders related to traumatic brain injury and dementia. A review of functional and efficacious approaches to therapy will be completed in this course. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Successful completion of a neurological foundations of speech, language and hearing course and admission to the CSD graduate program.
3 CSD 600 - Level
ECI 603 Assessment Of Students
This course is designed to prepare practicing teachers to be informed participants in the discussion and development of defensible assessment practices and programs. Given the continued emphasis on accountability and high-stakes testing, it is crucial that professional educators understand the assessment process and potential consequences to students with special emphasis on developing defensible alternative assessments, evaluation of programs, alignment of curriculum and assessment, and individualized assessments (e.g., AIMS). Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Graduate standing.
3 ECI 600 - Level
MUS 260 Introduction To World Music
Surveys the music of the Pacific, Middle Eastern, Asian, Australian, African, Latin American, and Caribbean communities. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 MUS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Global Oral Communication
CST 323H Intercultural Communication - Honors
Examines central concepts, issues, and dynamics involved in communication between cultures. Emphasizes developing a critical sensitivity appropriate to a multicultural society. Letter grade only.
3 CST 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
UC 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-Fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 UC 400 - Level
FIN 442 Student Managed Investment Fun - Fixed Income Emphasis
Students make investment decisions for the Student Managed Investment Fund (SMIF). Selected portions of the Chartered Financial Analyst Program related to investment performance and fixed income securities are covered. Letter grade only.
3 FIN 400 - Level
HA 379 Introduction To Teas Of The World
This is a basic course introducing tea drinking as a cultural experience and clearing myths in tea drinking. This course will provide an introduction to the history of tea, traditions around the world involving tea, the art of cupping tea, and the trappings of a tea table. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 HA 300 - Level
BIO 221 Lower Invertebrates
Surveys the "lower" invertebrate phyla using selected taxa to illustrate concepts in evolution, ecology, and behavior. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required. Prerequisite: (BIO 181 or BIO 181H) and BIO 182
4 BIO 200 - Level
BIO 222 Higher Invertebrates
Surveys the "higher" invertebrate phyla using selected taxa to illustrate concepts in evolution, ecology, and behavior. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required. Prerequisite: (BIO 181 or BIO 181H) and BIO 182
4 BIO 200 - Level
BIO 227 Intertidal Invertebrates
Surveys invertebrate diversity in the northern Gulf of California, with emphasis on common living and fossil species. Includes a five-day field trip to Puerto Penasco, Mexico. Instructor's Consent. Letter grade only. Course fee required. Prerequisite: BIO 221 or BIO 222.
1 BIO 200 - Level
EE 497H Independent Study - Honors
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 EE 400 - Level
CM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated as needed. Course fee required.
1-6 CM 400 - Level
TSM 450 Project-based Instruction
Students design, implement, and evaluate project-based curricula. Use of technology in instruction and observations of project-based learning are emphasized. This course contains signature assessments. It is not possible to pass the course without passing the signature assessments. All signature assessments must meet or exceed minimum criteria in order to be recommended for apprentice teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 TSM 400 - Level
MGT 101 Introduction To Business
Introduces the functional areas of business management and how they interrelate to maximize wealth in a socially responsible way. Students who have business major status may not enroll in this course. Letter grade only.
3 MGT 100 - Level
ECO 201 Introduction To Business Statistics
Basic business statistics including a review of descriptive measures, selected discrete probability distributions, selected continuous probability distributions, and statistical inference; statistical decision making, correlation, and regression. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ECO 200 - Level SUN
ECO 321 Intermediate Business Statistics
This course provides training in quantitative analysis as it applies to business problems. Topics include, but are not limited to, probability, sampling issues, statistical decision making using hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression, and nonparametric statistics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ECO 300 - Level
MGT 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall semester. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree and have completed all lower-division requirements and attained senior status at the end of the fall semester preceding the internship.) Registration is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only.  May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit; not the same subject.
1-12 MGT 400 - Level
BA 653 Individuals, Teams, And Careers
Introduces human-asset issues in organizations from personal, legal, and management perspectives. Letter grade only.
1 BA 600 - Level
DH 430 Introductory Dental Hygiene Teaching Internship
Techniques of pre-clinical or clinical instruction of dental hygiene, with practice in teaching and evaluating your lab and/or clinical performances. Approximately 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units.
1-3 DH 400 - Level
AHBY 322 Institutions, Society And Inequality
This course challenges the student to consider personal socio-political value systems through understanding present sociological and social work theories on social, economic, and political stratification, and applying theoretical models to the institutions and social systems that support ongoing stratification. This includes understanding the consequences of inequality for individuals and social groups as well as determining stratification within organizations and communities. Letter grade only.
2 AHBY 300 - Level
LAN 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 LAN 400 - Level
ACC 460 Income Tax Accounting
Introduces tax concepts and tax entities, the role of federal taxation in business decision-making processes, basic tax research and tax planning techniques. Letter grade only.
3 ACC 400 - Level
ECI 310 Integrated Lit II: Reading Theory, Decoding, Evidence-based Practices, And Lang Arts In The Elem Sch
Language and literacy development, from kindergarten through eighth grade. Supports children's reading, writing, and language arts pedagogy with current and classic research. 5 hrs. lecture, 1 hr. lab. Contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
5 ECI 300 - Level
ART 241 Intaglio Printmaking
Studio course. Introduces basic intaglio engraving and etching printmaking techniques. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ART 200 - Level
PRM 201 Introduction To Bicycle Maintenance
This course is an introduction to novice bicycle maintenance and repair. It offers everything you need to know to tune up a bicycle to ensure a smooth, clean, and safe ride. Letter grade only.
1 PRM 200 - Level
JLS 105 Introduction To Journalism
What journalists do, why society needs them, history and ethics of the journalist, differences between corporate news and independent media, technological changes, reporter as witness and documenter of history. Letter grade only.
3 JLS 100 - Level
ART 341 Color Relief And Intaglio Printmaking
Studio course. Explores and incorporates color in relief and intaglio printmaking processes. 5 hrs. studio. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ART 300 - Level
EE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 EE 400 - Level
DIS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation.  Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. 
1-6 DIS 400 - Level
CENE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade. No repeat limit. Course fee required.
1-6 CENE 400 - Level
CMF 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit.
1-6 CMF 400 - Level
EES 209 International Field Experience In Earth Science And Environmental Sustainability
International field experience to study geological and/or environmental problems in depth. Location and length of classes vary. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 18 units of credit.
1-6 EES 200 - Level
ENG 500 Introduction To Research In Literary Studies
General introduction to current textual practices and research methods. Recommended for incoming literature students. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENTY 331 Applied Innovation Project
Introduces and compares several models for the process of innovation combined with an applied project. Letter grade only.
1 ENTY 300 - Level
ACC 205 Introduction To Business Law
An introduction to business-related legal, regulatory, global, and ethical issues. Topics include contract law, intellectual property, employment law, business structures, and alternative dispute resolution. Letter grade only.
3 ACC 200 - Level
DH 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit. 
1-6 DH 400 - Level
ACC 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall semester. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree and have completed all lower-division requirements and attained senior status at the end of the fall semester preceding the internship.) Registration is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units; not the same subject. Department consent required.
1-12 ACC 400 - Level
ACC 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation.  Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. 
1-6 ACC 400 - Level
ANT 609 Post-internship Seminar
Emphasizes preparing and presenting internship reports and developing skills in report writing and presentation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 600 - Level
ANT 636 Archaeological Methods And Inference
Provides extensive and intensive experience in the application of archaeological methods for gathering and analyzing archaeological data. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ANT 600 - Level
ENTY 250 Introduction To Entrepreneurship, Risks, And Rewards
Introduces entrepreneurship fundamentals, its role in society, and the concept of risk with emphasis on startups; presents methods for identifying, analyzing, and mitigating business risk, and discusses value creation and other rewards. The Creative Destruction model is introduced and discussed. Letter grade only.
1 ENTY 200 - Level
CCJ 345W Investigating Difference
Explores the development and effects of categories of difference and inequality on patterns of crime and victimization, and the meaning and practice of justice. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ENG 561 Introduction To Rhetoric, Writing And Digital Media Studies
This course provides a survey of key texts, current trends, and critical questions in rhetorical and composition theory, research metholodogies in rhetoric and composition, workplace writing, historical and contemporary rhetoric, narrative studies and creative rhetorics, and social and digital media studies. Student are introduced to pedagogical and workplace techniques derived from the main theories of the discipline. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ART 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 ART 400 - Level
ART 697 Independent Study
Independent program of study with instructor supervision. Pass-fail or letter grade. No repeat limit.
1-3 ART 600 - Level
POS 683 Topics In International Policy Studies
Explores state policies on major international issues, such as trade, security, environment, resources, and international organizations. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 POS 600 - Level
MAT 562 Interest Theory For Actuarial Science
Theory and applications of interest, or the time value of money. Topics include measurement of interest, annuities certain, yield rates, amortization schedules and sinking funds, bonds, and related securities. Co-convened with MAT 462. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 500 - Level
BIO 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall semester. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree and have completed all lower-division requirements and attained senior status at the end of the fall semester preceding the internship.) Registration is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units; not the same subject.
1-12 BIO 400 - Level
BIO 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 BIO 400 - Level
JUS 352 Applications Of Criminal Intelligence In Policing
The course will examine the current use of criminal intelligence in law enforcement (federal, state, and local) and its applications in support of investigations, resource management, and operational planning. The methods examined in this course will also be applicable in the private sector.
3 JUS 300 - Level
PRM 408 Internship In Parks And Recreation Management
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Pass-Fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 PRM 400 - Level
CHI 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 CHI 400 - Level
AHBY 392 Practice And Intervention With Couples And Families
This course will explore the fundamental theories, developmental principals and treatment modalities related to human relationships. An examination of relationships and experiences in micro and meso environments while incorporating current global social impacts of culture and technology is included. Prevalent theories and treatment for families and partners experiencing domestic violence and abuse are discussed. Generalist Social Work Practice is emphasized. Letter grade only.
2 AHBY 300 - Level
AST 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 AST 400 - Level
AT 200 Prevention Of Athletic Injuries And Emergency Care
Involves preventing athletic injuries using taping techniques, special bracing or padding, and standard protective equipment. Incorporates knowledge and skills of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation into athletic emergency situations. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 AT 200 - Level
AT 360 Physical Assessment Of The Injured Athlete I
Physical assessment of sports-related injuries to the upper and lower extremities. Letter grade only.
3 AT 300 - Level
AT 365 Physical Assessment Of The Injured Athlete II
Physical assessment of sports-related injuries to the axial skeleton, thorax, abdomen, and associated organs. Letter grade only.
3 AT 300 - Level
ACM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. 
1-6 ACM 400 - Level
TSM 450H Project-based Instruction - Honors
Students design, implement, and evaluate project-based curricula. Use of technology in instruction and observations of project-based learning are emphasized. This course contains signature assessments. It is not possible to pass the course without passing the signature assessments. All signature assessments must meet or exceed minimum criteria in order to be recommended for apprentice teaching. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: TSM 350 with a grade of C or better and Honors student group. Course fee required.
3 TSM 400 - Level
FOR 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. (See the section titled Independent Study in the Degree Requirements chapter of this catalog for more information.) Department consent required.
1-3 FOR 600 - Level
ENG 107 Intensive Writing Lab
This is an individualized course providing instruction for improving proficiency in writing. This course is taken concurrently with ENG 105 in order to provide supplemental instruction. Special emphasis is placed on aspects of the composing process indicated by individual needs. By the end of the semester, students should be able to demonstrate competency in writing in the university context. Pass-fail only.
1 ENG 100 - Level
NUR 424 Nursing Informatics And Health Care Policy
Nursing Informatics and Health Care Policy provides the student with knowledge and skills of information technology and health care policy for quality outcomes within the current health care delivery system. Letter grade only.
3 NUR 400 - Level
ENG 563 Introduction To Research Methods In Rhetoric And Writing Studies
Introduction to Research Methods helps you to learn about the basic research methodologies in rhetoric and composition. You will study practical methods for conducting research in the discipline. Methods will include ethnographic research methods, case studies, qualitative literacy research, discourse studies in composition, and archival research. You will have the opportunity to begin mapping out research questions that you might later address in the Graduate Research class. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
JUS 452 Criminal Intelligence Leadership And Management
The demands of today's criminal environment requires law enforcement leaders to use intelligence to make longer-term predictions and think beyond traditional methods for responding to criminal activity. This course provides students with an understanding of the skills required to manage the collection, analysis and dissemination of intelligence to respond to sophisticated criminal activity, manage resources, and strategically deploy personnel.
3 JUS 400 - Level
BIO 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only.
1-12 BIO 500 - Level
CENE 150 Introduction To Environmental Engineering
Scientific and technical introduction to contemporary ecological, environmental, and engineering issues. Common contaminants, sources and effects, measurements, pollution prevention and control technologies, regulatory policies, and environmental ethics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CENE 100 - Level
TH 218 Introduction To Theatrical Design
Theatrical Design will provide students with a broad based understanding of design as a theatrical art; the designers, their process, and their responsibilities; the importance of collaboration and communication in theatre; and the skill of articulately presenting their work during oral presentation. Letter grade only.
3 TH 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Oral Communication
MAT 462 Interest Theory For Actuarial Science
Theory and applications of interest, or the time value of money. Topics include measurement of interest, annuities certain, yield rates, amortization schedules and sinking funds, bonds, and related securities. Co-convened with MAT 562. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 400 - Level
NAU 180 Academic Success For International Students
This is a course designed to support international students in their first semester of NAU coursework. Students will explore approaches to academics and learning unique to the US university setting, life skills, study skills and strategies for learning language. Peer coaches are assigned to each student in the course to provide 1:1 assistance to students in finding academic resources and support, creating a personalized study plan, connecting to campus social activities and programs, answering questions, and applying the information and skills learned in class. Letter grade only.
3 NAU 100 - Level
STA 570L Introduction To R
Provides an introduction to the software package R. Topics include the creation and manipulation of data structures (vectors, data frames, and lists), using R as a suite of statistical tables, graphing data, statistical model syntax, and simple programing constructs. Pass-fail only.
1 STA 500 - Level
CMF 470C Independent Project
An independently derived project representing a culmination of experience in the CMF program conducted by an individual or team. Students must submit a project proposal to be approved the semester prior to enrolling in this course. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 400 - Level Senior Capstone
CMF 121 The Storytelling Industries
This course introducing students to storytelling as an art form and career, examining the history and importance of storytelling through myth, symbol, character, and available technologies. It also explores story formats, diving deeply into the storytelling industries and professions of the Creative Media and Film industries. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 100 - Level
EMGT 400 Incident Management Systems
This course explores the use of incident management systems to provide an efficient and effective public safety response to natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and planned events. This course will allow students to develop a deep understanding of the command and general staff components of the Incident Command Systems (ICS) and apply that knowledge to real world events. Letter grade only.
3 EMGT 400 - Level
CHM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation.  Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. 
1-6 CHM 400 - Level
HON 291 Topics In Aesthetic And Humanistic Inquiry: Creative Expressions
Introduction to philosophical inquiry and analysis of forms of creative and literary expression, encompassing diverse modes of artistic communication, including the study of writing, music, film, photography, and art. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
CM 220 Introduction To Structural Design
Introduction to the basics of statics, mechanics of materials, and structural design philosophies. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CM 200 - Level
CS 200 Introduction To Computer Organization
Binary representation of information in digital computers. An introduction to digital logic design, computer architectures, microprocessor architectures and assembly language programming. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CS 200 - Level
HA 375 Introduction To Cheeses
This is a basic course introducing the basic factual and cultural knowledge of cheese for students who are interested in cheese but have limited tasting experience. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 HA 300 - Level
ANT 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 ANT 400 - Level
ANT 511 Introduction To Anthropological Fieldwork
Integrated approach to anthropological fieldwork with varying emphases on archaeology and ethnology depending on the field problem. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3-6 ANT 500 - Level
ARH 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 6 units. Department consent required.
1-6 ARH 400 - Level
ART 141 Introduction To Relief Printmaking
Studio course. Introduces relief printmaking techniques with emphasis on woodcuts. Open to all students. 5 hrs. studio. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ART 100 - Level
JLS 250 Introduction To Video Journalism
Introduction to video journalism, including critical examination of various styles of video journalism from news websites to local TV news to national/international television news programs and other nontraditional video journalism platforms. This course also introduces students to using DSLRs for shooting video stories, using audio equipment to record interviews and natural sound, professional lighting techniques, finding good video journalism stories, interviewing for video journalism stories, writing video journalism stories, video journalism laws and ethics, and related content. Letter grade only.
3 JLS 200 - Level
BBA 293 Information And Technology Literacy
Study of the pervasive influence of information and technology systems in organizations and society. Acquire and enhance skills to organize and apply information using databases, spreadsheets, word and information processing, and presentation graphics; evaluate the effectiveness and reliability of various information sources for their appropriate use. Critical evaluation of public policy issues relating to computers and information technology. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 200 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Critical Thinking
ACC 205H Introduction To Business Law - Honors
An introduction to business-related legal, regulatory, global, and ethical issues. Topics include contract law, intellectual property, employment law, business structures, and alternative dispute resolution. Letter grade only.
3 ACC 200 - Level
VC 351 Interactive Design I
Studio course. Experimental and professional use of the computer as a tool for interative design. Focuses on technique, style, and concepts. Projects using web-based and interactive media. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 VC 300 - Level
AS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 AS 400 - Level
CDSY 242 Introduction To Sustainability And Ecosystem Thinking
This course teaches sustainability principles. Students learn the social, economic and environmental components that define sustainability. It facilitates environmental awareness and builds foundational knowledge. Using problem solving case studies students hone their abilities to read critically, articulate their views clearly, think about the intersecting human and natural systems that shape our environment to develop critically thinking system perspective towards sustainability. Letter grade only.
2 CDSY 200 - Level
CHM 650 Advanced Inorganic Chemistry
Modern inorganic chemistry, including recent bonding theories, applications of symmetry and group theory to spectroscopic measurements, inorganic reaction mechanisms, and modern physical inorganic chemistry. Letter grade only.
3 CHM 600 - Level
ENV 497H Independent Study - Honors
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit
1-6 ENV 400 - Level
EGR 186 Introduction To Engineering Design
Introduces the design process, problem-solving techniques, teaming skills, oral and written communication skills, and tools for success in academic and professional careers. Multiple hands-on projects. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EGR 100 - Level SUN
EGR 186H Introduction To Engineering Design - Honors
Introduces the design process, problem-solving techniques, teaming skills, oral and written communication skills, and tools for success in academic and professional careers. Multiple hands-on projects. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EGR 100 - Level
ADM 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit Department consent.
1-12 ADM 500 - Level
CIS 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated as needed.
1-3 CIS 600 - Level
BBA 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Instructor consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 BBA 400 - Level
CMF 135 Introduction To Filmmaking
In this class the students will be introduced to concepts, techniques, terminology, and equipment used in film and digital video production. 2 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 100 - Level
ECI 796 Internship In Curriculum And Instruction
Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3-6 ECI 700 - Level
ECO 385 Intermediate Macroeconomics Theory
Measurement of economic activity; classical, Keynesian, neo-Keynesian, and monetarist theories of income and employment; fiscal and monetary policy; economic growth and fluctuations; global implications of international trade and production. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 300 - Level
ECO 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ECO 400 - Level
EE 110 Introduction To Digital Logic
Design of digital subsystems using individual components, MSI and LSI circuits, design of state machines. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 EE 100 - Level
LAS 101 Introduction To Latin American Studies
This course introduces students to the historical issues and theoretical concepts critical to the study of Latin America; it also examines Latin American arts and literature for their humanistic ideas and values. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 LAS 100 - Level Cultural Understanding and Global Critical Thinking
ARB 223 Intermediate Study Abroad
Intermediate academic study in Arabic language, history and culture. Available only at the study abroad site in Meknes, Morocco every other year. The course requires beginner level Arabic to be able to navigate the language and the culture in Morocco. Contact the Arabic instructor at the Department of Global Languages and Cultures for more information. Letter grade only.
4 ARB 200 - Level
CDSY 241 Introduction To Community Development
This course will look at the principles and practices of community development, community development strategies, preparation and planning, as well as techniques and strategies for overall improvement of community well-being and quality of life. Students will gain hands on experience of key community development concepts from scenario based exercises in class or online, and/or community involvement activities. Letter grade only.
1 CDSY 200 - Level
ENG 90X Intensive Writing Skills
Individual and small-group instruction in mastery of reading skills with emphasis on vocabulary improvement, comprehension, and flexibility of reading rate. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 12 units.
4 ENG 900 - Level
ENG 80X Semi-intensive English For Academic Purposes
Semi-intensive course in academic English for nonnative speakers. Focuses on academic writing, reading, speaking, listening, and study skills. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 5 times.
1 ENG 800 - Level
ENG 70X Intensive English For Academic Purpose
Intensive, full-time course in academic English for nonnative speakers. Focuses on academic reading, writing, speaking, listening, and study skills. This course is developmental in nature and does not count toward a student's GPA or graduation requirements. May be repeated up to 5 times.
1 ENG 700 - Level
ENG 562 Introduction To Rhetoric And Composition Theory
This course introduces students to ancient and present-day theories of rhetoric, writing, and digital media and their significance for contemporary composition instruction and professional writing practices. Throughout the course, students explore the connections between rhetorical theories, writing processes, and pedagogical practices. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
CCJ 390 Criminal Investigation
Examines use and analysis of evidence; legal aspects of investigative techniques; role of behavioral sciences in investigation. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level
COM 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall semester. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree and have completed all lower-division requirements and attained senior status at the end of the fall semester preceding the internship.) Registration is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only.  May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units; not the same subject.
1-12 COM 400 - Level
COM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit.
1-6 COM 400 - Level
CMF 122 Introduction To Media Studies
An introduction to the ways in which electronic media is created, circulated and consumed within local, national and global cultural settings. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 100 - Level
ECO 486 International Economics
Applies economic theory to international trade and finance, theories of exchange rate determination, the international monetary system, exchange rate regimes, international cooperation, and the impact of various labor and environmental standard and policies in an open economy setting. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 400 - Level
ECO 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 ECO 400 - Level
EE 222 Intermediate Programming
Intermediate programming using C including program design, algorithm design and data structures. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EE 200 - Level
EE 280 Introduction To Electronics
Application of diodes, BJTs and MOSFETs in digital and analog circuits. Transient and s-domain analysis including Bode plots. Circuit analysis and testing using computer simulations. 3 hrs. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 EE 200 - Level
EMGT 302 Introduction To Emergency Management
This course is an introduction to the field of emergency management. It provides a foundation for those just entering the profession, or practitioners enhancing their skills to function effectively within the emergency management system in the United States. Students will be introduced to the principles and practices of emergency management, including the concepts of prevention, protection, mitigation, response, and recovery. Letter grade only.
3 EMGT 300 - Level
ENG 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 ENG 400 - Level
CCJ 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units; not the same subject.
1-12 CCJ 400 - Level
CCJ 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 CCJ 400 - Level
CCJ 515 World Indigenous People And Justice
Seminar presents an overview of justice processes, trends, and issues as they relate to indigenous peoples. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 500 - Level
CCJ 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during the fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. May be repeated for credit. Pass-fail only.
1-12 CCJ 500 - Level
HS 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 HS 400 - Level
ENG 506 Intro To American Language And Thought
For graduate students of non-English backgrounds who need sophisticated English language skills. Course provides academic support in developing fluency and study skills in addition to an introduction to American university expectations. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 504 Introduction To Language And Linguistics
Surveys the field of linguistics including phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, and related fields of sociolinguistics, psycholinguistics, historical linguistics, and applied linguistics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENG 500 - Level
CCJ 654 Inequality, Crime, And Criminal Justice
Relationship between social inequality, crime, and crime control; differential treatment by gender, race, ethnicity, and class in the justice system. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 600 - Level
SST 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SST 400 - Level
SST 460 Clinical Interaction In Speech-language Pathology And Audiology
Observation of therapy procedures in various clinical settings. Introduces clinic policies and procedures through a variety of clinical activities. 3 hrs. lecture. Pass-fail only.
3 SST 400 - Level
AST 280 Introduction To Astrophysics
Calculus-based introductory astrophysics course covering solar system mechanics, overview of planets, electromagnetic radiation, telescopes, stellar evolution, galactic structure, interstellar medium, galaxies, and cosmology. Letter grade only.
3 AST 200 - Level
CHM 425LH Instrumental Analysis Lab - Honors
Principles of spectroscopic, electrochemical, and separation science instrumentation. 6 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: CHM 320L and Honors student group and Prerequisite or Corequisite: CHM 425. Course fee required.
2 CHM 400 - Level
ECI 642 Modern Language-arts Instruction
Problems faced in the field of language arts, approached through study of research and current trends. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
CMF 129 Introduction To Screenwriting
Introduces various formats and techniques, as well as the dramatic narrative structure for short fiction and non-fiction, for effective storytelling created from a personal vision of the world. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 100 - Level
AT 400 Anatomical Basis Of Sports Injuries
An in depth study of the human body, focusing on the effects of injury to the musculature, nervous system, and blood supply of the extremities. Letter grade or pass-fail. Course fee required.
3 AT 400 - Level
MGT 300I Integrated Business Seminar - Management
Introduction to management. Discussion and application of strategic management concepts, teamwork, planning, organizing, leading, process and systems analysis. Equivalent to MGT 300 but integrated with business communications and marketing. Letter grade only.
3 MGT 300 - Level
MKT 333I Integrated Business Seminar - Marketing
Introduction to marketing. Discussion and application of strategic marketing concepts, external forces and application of strategic marketing concepts, external forces affecting marketing, social responsibility and global issues. Substitutes for MKT 333 but integrated with management and business communication. Letter grade only.
3 MKT 300 - Level
PHY 265 Introduction To Computational Physics
Introduction to numerical methods, visualization techniques, and data analysis. Students will also be introduced to scientific computing on the Linux/Unix platform and programming in that environment. Common software packages in current scientific computing routinely used in the discipline will be introduced. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PHY 200 - Level
CS 470 Introduction To Intelligent Systems
Introduces fundamental principles of fuzzy systems, artificial neural networks, and genetic algorithms. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CS 400 - Level
CMF 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only.
1-12 CMF 500 - Level
ENG 546 American Indian Literature
American Indian literature and narrative. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ENG 549 Information Design And Usability Testing
Analysis of discourse communities and appropriate communication strategies for dealing with each individual community. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 500 - Level
CS 477 Advanced User Interfaces
Explores design and construction of modern graphical user interfaces, including event models, client-server interaction, and interface design and usability evaluation. Co-convenes with CS 577. Letter grade only.
3 CS 400 - Level
CS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. May not exceed 6 units. Department consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade. Course fee required.
1-6 CS 400 - Level
CS 577 Advanced User Interfaces
Explores design and construction of modern graphical user interfaces, including event models, client-server interaction, and interface design and usability evaluation. Co-convenes with CS 477. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: CS 249.
3 CS 500 - Level
FOR 543 Ecology And Management Of Introduced Species In Forests And Rangelands
An exploration of introduced species, including how land managers and policy makers are dealing with such species and case studies of specific introduced species. In-depth coverage of invasive species ecology aids understanding and leadership in invasive species management. Co-convenes with FOR 443. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 500 - Level
NTS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Student must have study mentor approval prior to departmental consent. Pass-fail only.
1-6 NTS 400 - Level
ECI 672 Northern Arizona Writing Project Summer Institute
National Writing Project site brings master teachers together to demonstrate their most successful classroom practices, study current theory and research in the teaching of writing, and experience writing in a variety of forms. Cross-listed as ENG 672 and CTE 672. Letter grade only.
6 ECI 600 - Level
CMF 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 CMF 400 - Level
PRM 103 Introduction To Rock Climbing
This course is an introduction to basic rock climbing skills, techniques, and safety. Letter grade only.
1 PRM 100 - Level
PT 720 Interventions In Musculoskeletal Therapeutics
In-depth analysis of selected interventions currently used to treat clients with dysfunctions of the musculoskeletal system. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 43 units of credit.
2-4 PT 700 - Level
PT 730 Interventions In Cardio-pulmonary Therapeutics
In-depth exploration of selected medical interventions used to treat cardiovascular and cardiopulmonary disease. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 20 units of credit.
2-3 PT 700 - Level
PT 735 Interventions In Neuromuscular Therapeutics
In-depth analysis of selected interventions currently used to treat clients with dysfunctions of the neuromuscular system. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 20 units of credit.
2-3 PT 700 - Level
ECI 697 Independent Study
Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 ECI 600 - Level
BBA 340 Management Information Systems
This course presents information systems used by organizations and work groups with an emphasis on system development, management and effective use. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 300 - Level
SPA 511 Methods Of Spanish Instruction
Exploration of learning theories and instructional strategies for promoting students' speaking, writing, listening, reading abilities as well as cultural knowledge of the Hispanic experience. Letter grade only.
3 SPA 500 - Level
GSP 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 GSP 400 - Level
GSP 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 GSP 500 - Level
CM 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 CM 600 - Level
PHI 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. You must apply during fall term; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Enrollment is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PHI 500 - Level
PM 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 PM 600 - Level
ANT 465 Indigenous Perspectives In Anthropology
This course provides a history of the relationship between anthropologists and indigenous peoples that contextualizes contemporary indigenous perspectives in anthropology. Work by indigenous anthropologists is highlighted throughout the course. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 400 - Level
MAT 632 Measure And Integration
Measure theory, the Lebesgue integral, convergence theorems, absolute continuity, differentiation, Lebesgue function spaces. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 600 - Level
HPI 698 Interdisciplinary Health Policy Graduate Seminar
Integration of the social and personal foundations of health policy with the policy analysis, policy development, and policy advocacy processes. Letter grade only.
3 HPI 600 - Level
CST 623 Intercultural Communication Theory
This course provides an overview of research in intercultural communication, including quantitative and qualitative research, theories and concepts, and critical approaches. Emphasis is given to both early development of the field as well as the latest trends. Letter grade only.
3 CST 600 - Level
SW 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 SW 400 - Level
SW 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SW 400 - Level
MAT 431 Introduction To Analysis
The real number system, topology of the real line, limits of sequences and functions, continuity, differentiation, and integration. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 400 - Level
MAT 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 MAT 400 - Level
CST 314 Communicating In Instructional Environments
Investigates theories and practices of oral communication as they relate to pedagogical contexts within traditional and nontraditional classroom environments, organizations, and professions. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CST 300 - Level
CST 312 Methods Of Interviewing
Theoretical and practical application of communication principles for effective interviews from the perspectives of the interviewer and interviewee in various contexts including selection, probing, persuasive, and survey interviews. Letter grade only.
3 CST 300 - Level
CST 451 Advanced Interpersonal Communication
Theoretical and critical examination of how individuals manage relationships through human communication, especially in personal and familial situations. Letter grade only.
3 CST 400 - Level
CST 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 CST 400 - Level
SPA 321 Introduction To Literature In Spanish
Modern Hispanic works (short stories, novels, poetry, and drama) are analyzed to introduce the techniques of critical evaluation of literature. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 SPA 300 - Level
PRM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PRM 400 - Level
DIS 407 Introduction To Principles And Practices Of Family Support, Self-determination And Disability
Introduction to the principles and practices of disability awareness, family support and self-determination with applications for multi-disciplinary professions. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 400 - Level
CENS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 CENS 400 - Level
ENV 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 ENV 400 - Level
ENV 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 ENV 400 - Level
BIO 192H Introduction To Exercise Science - Honors
Overview of the biological basis of human movement and function, including health, disease, and human performance. Provides information on the subject matter, career opportunities, and current literature in exercise science. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 100 - Level
CST 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 CST 400 - Level
PHIY 110 Introduction To Critical Thinking
Fundamentals of critical thinking, including logic, argument, biases, and assumptions. Application of critical thinking strategies to contemporary issues and practical problem solving. Letter grade only.
3 PHIY 100 - Level
GLG 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 GLG 400 - Level
CST 697 Independent Study
individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Letter grade only. May not exceed 6 units of credit toward degree requirements.
1-3 CST 600 - Level
CST 503 Communication In Instruction
Cognitive and experiential understanding of practices, issues, and trends related to the communication process in instructional settings. Includes strategies for managing instructional communication more effectively. Letter grade only.
3 CST 500 - Level
SPA 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 SPA 400 - Level
SPA 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SPA 400 - Level
AHBY 360 Institutions, Stratification And Social Systems
Presents sociological, anthropological and social work theories on stratification, institutions, and social systems. Includes understanding the consequences of inequality for individuals and social groups, and within organizations and communities. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 AHBY 300 - Level
BBA 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only.
1-12 BBA 400 - Level
FOR 251 Introduction To Wildland Fire
An introduction to the science of wildland fire, fire's role in forested ecosystems, and wildland fire management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 FOR 200 - Level
FOR 443 Ecology And Management Of Introduced Species In Forests And Rangelands
An exploration of introduced species, including how land managers and policy makers are dealing with such species and case studies of specific introduced species. Co-convened w/ FOR 543. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 400 - Level
CDSY 240 Introduction To Community Development And Sustainability
Introduction to community development practices and strategies, focused on sustainable assets and asset building. Topics include community organizations, historical and contemporary development efforts, and environmental, human, financial, and political capital. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 CDSY 200 - Level
NUR 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 NUR 400 - Level
NUR 470 Introduction To International Health
Provides an overview of health care within an international context. Primary health care focusing on child survival and women's health is emphasized. Letter grade only.
3 NUR 400 - Level
NUR 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. Prerequisite: prior arrangement with a nursing faculty member. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 NUR 400 - Level
NUR 330 Introduction To Nursing As A Discipline And Profession
An introduction to nursing as a distinct discipline of knowledge and a unique professional service. Letter grade only.
3 NUR 300 - Level
CINE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 CINE 400 - Level
ENTY 240 Introduction To Entrepreneurship
Introduction to economic, social, and human factors necessary to opening and operating a business. Emphasis on writing and analyzing business plans, developing marketing strategies and raising capital. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 ENTY 200 - Level
ENTY 320 Innovation And Creativity
Introduces the concepts of innovation and creativity as they apply to problem solving and business needs. Department consent required. Letter grade only.
3 ENTY 300 - Level
TH 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent and contract required. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 TH 400 - Level
TH 697 Independent Study
Individualized directed study on selected topics. Department consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on departmental policy. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 TH 600 - Level
GER 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 GER 400 - Level
GSP 320 Introduction To Remote Sensing
Introductory principles of electromagnetic radiation and analysis techniques of both visible and non-visible forms of remotely sensed data. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GSP 300 - Level
SOC 408 Internship
Application of theory, skills, and knowledge of sociology in direct public or private human service settings. Individualized supervision with department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 SOC 400 - Level
ASN 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit. Department consent required.
1-6 ASN 400 - Level
SBS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SBS 400 - Level
STA 371 Intermediate Statistics
Applies statistical methods to real world problems. Simple and multiple regression, ANOVA, experimental design, and categorical data analysis. Designing studies and collecting data, analyzing information, and writing reports. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 STA 300 - Level
STA 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 STA 400 - Level
VC 451 Interactive Design II
Studio course. Conceptual and practical focus on interactive design methods. 1 hr. lecture, 4 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 VC 400 - Level
VC 452 Interactive Design III
Studio course. Advanced exploration of interactive design practices and theories. Focuses on complex visual communication problems. 1 hr. lecture, 4 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 VC 400 - Level
VC 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 VC 400 - Level
AIS 350 Research Issues In Applied Indigenous Studies
The course introduces students to the ideological, political, and practical issues involved in managing and conducting research with indigenous communities. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level
ACC 440 Internal Auditing And Controls
Overview of the incremental regulations spawned by the Sarbanes-Oxley Act of 2002. Acquaints students with the relevance and significance of internal control and internal audit procedures supporting business operation and corporate governance. Letter grade only.
3 ACC 400 - Level
HHS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Pass-fail only. Student must have study mentor approval prior to departmental consent.
1-6 HHS 400 - Level
SPA 497H Independent Study - Honors
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SPA 400 - Level
USC 108 Introduction To The Biomedical Professions
Designed for students interested in the biomedical professions. Health practitioners will discuss careers and health care issues in the United States. Information regarding requirements, preparation, and application will be presented. Pass-fail only.
1 USC 100 - Level
BIO 375 Infectious Disease
This course will cover the challenge presented by infectious microorganisms, how the host responds to the challenge, and what challenges lie ahead for both humans and microbes. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level
MAT 362 Introduction To Numerical Analysis
Algorithms, computational errors, single variable equations, curve fitting, interpolation, numerical differentiation and integration, numerical solutions of differential equations, and linear systems of equations. Includes computer lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 MAT 300 - Level
PRM 220 Introduction To Parks And Recreation
History, philosophy, scope, and value of park and recreation services; their organization and relationship to other social institutions. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PRM 200 - Level
PRM 326 Inclusive Recreation
Methods and techniques that promote the inclusion of people with disabilities into recreation programs and facilities. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PRM 300 - Level
TSM 619 Science And Mathematics Teacher Induction Course 2
This second year induction course will continue to focus on student learning and science and mathematics standards-based teaching practices while expanding to the application of theory into classroom practice. This expansion will include the examination of classroom video and student work. Through collaborative lesson study and action research, students will be supported as scholars of teaching science or mathematics. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit.
1-3 TSM 600 - Level
PRM 360 Interpretation For Parks And Recreation
Theory, techniques, and applications of oral and written interpretation for parks and recreation management. Spring. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PRM 300 - Level
ART 315 Site-specific, Place-based Installation Art
Students will explore and research specific social and environmental topics gaining the knowledge and skills necessary to design and create site-specific, place-based installations on campus. Letter grade only.
3 ART 300 - Level
MST 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 MST 400 - Level
ECO 456 International Economic Development
This course introduces the student to economic and social characteristics within the context of a global perspective. Topics include models of growth and development, poverty, inequality, migration, human capital, agriculture, the environment, and policy issues in the international arena. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 400 - Level
REL 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 REL 400 - Level
RUS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 RUS 400 - Level
PRM 213 Introduction To Mountain Biking
An experimentally-based course in the basic principles of mountain biking theory and practice including safety, technical skills, and trail etiquette and protection. Emphasis will be placed on development of skills and proper application. Letter grade only.
1 PRM 200 - Level
SOC 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 SOC 400 - Level
SOC 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 SOC 400 - Level
COM 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 COM 500 - Level
WGS 600 Introduction To Feminist Theories
Survey of feminist theories, their arguments and strategies for transformation, with particular focus on how gender intersects with race, class, sexuality, imperialism, neo-imperialism, and resulting global inequalities. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 600 - Level
PADM 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PADM 400 - Level
PADM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PADM 400 - Level
ES 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 ES 400 - Level
JUS 120 Introduction To Criminology
This course provides an introduction to the social science of criminology. As criminology traditionally examines the principle themes and theories related to the causes of crime, students will examine a number of the most significant theories concerning the nature and causes of crime, different types of crimes and criminal behaviors, and the impact that crime has on society at large. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
HA 492 International Hospitality Marketing
Marketing to the international traveler industry and the public sector. Letter grade only.
3 HA 400 - Level
HA 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Areas of study are determined with faculty member. Instructor's consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 HA 400 - Level
FIN 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 FIN 400 - Level
HON 497 Independent Study
Individual approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. A written description of the proposed study must be approved by the instructor and the director of the honors program before registering. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 HON 400 - Level
JLS 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 JLS 400 - Level
JLS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 JLS 400 - Level
JPN 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 JPN 400 - Level
SOCIO 101 Introduction To Sociology
Basic concepts and interpretations of human action; significance of a sociological perspective on the human experience. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
MGT 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 MGT 400 - Level
MKT 333 Introduction To Marketing
Orientation to basic marketing concepts and practices. Topics include the impact of external forces on marketing decisions; marketing strategies; marketing aspects of business ethics and social responsibility; and global marketing. Letter grade only.
3 MKT 300 - Level
MKT 480 International Marketing
Marketing opportunities and strategies for multinational organizations. Special attention given to planning and implementing marketing mix variables in international settings. Letter grade only.
3 MKT 400 - Level
PHO 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PHO 400 - Level
PHO 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit. Course fee required.
1-6 PHO 400 - Level
POS 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 POS 400 - Level
POS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 POS 400 - Level
ENG 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 ENG 500 - Level
FRE 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 FRE 400 - Level
PHS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PHS 400 - Level
FIN 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 FIN 400 - Level
FOR 101 Forestry Introduction
Introduces the subject areas and career opportunities in forestry. Required of lower-division forestry students currently enrolled at NAU. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 100 - Level
GLG 565 Introduction To Solid Earth Geophysics
Surveys the principles and methods of geophysics as applied to the study of the earth: its origin, history, and internal constitution. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 500 - Level
HIS 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 HIS 400 - Level
HS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Instructor consent required. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 HS 400 - Level
MUP 433 Instrumental Conducting
Techniques, organization, materials, and interpretation for large instrumental groups. Letter grade only.
2 MUP 400 - Level
LS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 LS 400 - Level
HIS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 HIS 400 - Level
MKT 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-6 MKT 400 - Level
MUP 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 MUP 400 - Level
MUP 668 Like Instrument Ensemble
Small ensemble of like bowed string, woodwind, or brass instruments. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1 MUP 600 - Level
MUP 670 Instrumental Ensemble
Instructor consent required. Letter grade only. Four completions of each topic are allowed. May be repeated for credit.
1 MUP 600 - Level
NAV 303 Intermediate Conversation
Introduces variations in language use throughout the Navajo reservation. Emphasizes oral proficiency. Letter grade only.
3 NAV 300 - Level
NAV 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 NAV 400 - Level
POS 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-12 POS 500 - Level
DIS 201 Introduction To Disability
Introduction to Disability explores the disability experience from the perspective of the person with a disability, from how society views disabilities and considers the relationship between the two. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
FOR 453 Forest Insects
Identification, biology, population dynamics, ecological role, and management of forest insects in western forests. Co-convenes with FOR 553. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 400 - Level
FOR 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. Department consent required.
1-6 FOR 400 - Level
FOR 515 Advanced International Forestry
Ecology, management, and policy issues related to forests around the world, including ecological, political, economic and cultural perspectives. Co-convenes with FOR 415. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 500 - Level
HUM 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 HUM 400 - Level
SPA 304W Spanish Stylistics: Intermediate Composition
Intermediate level course stressing clarity and accuracy of written expression through grammar review and practice This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 SPA 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
HUM 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 HUM 400 - Level
MGT 350IW Integrated Business Seminar - Business Communication
Written and oral communication in organizations. Emphasizes writing business reports and other business communication. Equivalent to BA/MGT 350W but integrated with management and marketing. Letter grade only.
3 MGT 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
GRT 408 Internship
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit. Fee required.
1-12 GRT 400 - Level
HIS 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 HIS 500 - Level
SPA 221 Intermediate Spanish Immersion I
Third course in the Spanish immersion sequence. Designed to consolidate and increase the basic skills: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing. Expansion of vocabulary and cultural awareness. Class conducted entirely in Spanish. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 SPA 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Oral Communication
SPA 222 Intermediate Spanish Immersion II
Fourth course in the Spanish immersion sequence. Designed to consolidate and increase the basic skills: comprehension, speaking, reading and writing. Expansion of vocabulary and cultural awareness. Class conducted entirely in Spanish. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 SPA 200 - Level Cultural Understanding Oral Communication
GRT 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 GRT 400 - Level
HA 100 Introduction To The Hospitality Industry
Introduces the hospitality industry and career paths in hospitality. Letter grade only.
1 HA 100 - Level
ME 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-3 ME 400 - Level
PHY 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PHY 400 - Level
PHY 540 Modern Electronics And Instrumentation
Analysis of electronics found in modern instrument systems and experience in using electronic instruments. 2 hrs. lecture, 1 hr. lab. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: satisfactory completion of undergraduate electronics or instructor's consent.
3 PHY 500 - Level
POS 680 International Relations Theory
Surveys the major theoretical approaches in the area of international relations. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3 POS 600 - Level
POS 657 American Indian Policies And Laws
Examines the development, structure, functioning, political, and legal aspects of American Indian policies and laws. Letter grade only.
3 POS 600 - Level
BIO 192 Introduction To Exercise Science
Overview of the biological basis of human movement and function, including health, disease, and human performance. Provides information on the subject matter, career opportunities, and current literature in exercise science. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 100 - Level
MGT 350IH Integrated Business Seminar - Business Communication - Honors
Written and oral communication in organizations. Emphasizes writing business reports and other business communication. Equivalent to BA/MGT 350W but integrated with management and marketing. Letter grade only.
3 MGT 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
HA 284 International Travel And Tourism
Provides an in-depth examination of international tourism including scope, socioeconomic impact, and tourism development issues. Letter grade only.
3 HA 200 - Level
HA 270 Hospitality Information Technology II
Describes the basic functions found in hotel and restaurant management systems and devotes a significant amount of time to learning industry-specific applications. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HA 200 - Level
HA 371 Hospitality Information Technology III
Technology as a management (versus operations) tool in problem solving at property or corporate levels. Topics include application acquisition. Letter grade only.
3 HA 300 - Level
HIS 796 Internship
Individualized teaching, service, archival, or research internships in the areas of history and cognate disciplines. Department consent required. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3-6 HIS 700 - Level
HON 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 HON 400 - Level
ITA 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to select topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 ITA 400 - Level
MUS 423 Major Instrument Pedagogy
Explores and compares different approaches to teaching in a private or group settings on your major instrument. Studies teaching strategies, goals, and appropriate literature. Co-convened with MUS 523. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 2 units of credit. Course fee required.
1 MUS 400 - Level
MUS 422 Major Instrument Literature
Studies the literature available for the specific instrument. Co-convened with MUS 522. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 2 units of credit.
1 MUS 400 - Level
DIS 304 Accessibility And Usability: Introduction To Universal Design
Introduction to issues faced by individuals with disabilities and others based on the planning and design of spaces, products, facilities, curriculum, and information and how universal design addresses these issues. Cross-listed w/ ESE 304. Letter grade only.
3 DIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
CST 151 Introduction To Interpersonal Communication
Analysis of communication concepts, processes, and practices in interpersonal contexts, including development of self-concept, other-awareness, culture-awareness, and situational-management of interactions and relationships. Letter grade only.
3 CST 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Oral Communication
HON 294 Topics In Social And Political Worlds: Individual And Society
Introduction to the dynamic relationships between human communities and their ecological context, the systemic components and dynamics of contemporary human societies, relationships between human societies and the global community. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 9 units of credit.
3 HON 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Effective Writing
MS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 MS 400 - Level
MUS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 MUS 400 - Level
ECO 280 Introduction To Economics
This course is designed to introduce the fundamental concepts of economic analysis and to apply them to contemporary problems. (Note: If you're enrolled in a BSACCY., BSBA, or MBA program within The W.A. Frank College of Business, you cannot take this course for credit.) Letter grade only.
3 ECO 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
SPAY 202 Intermediate Spanish II
Development of speaking, writing, listening, and reading proficiency in Spanish at the intermediate low level. Culture of the Spanish-speaking world. Letter grade only.
4 SPAY 200 - Level Cultural Understanding
MGT 405 International Management
Influences of financial, environmental, socio-cultural, political, and economic forces on management theory and practices of multinational enterprises. Letter grade only.
3 MGT 400 - Level
ENG 308H Introduction To Linguistics - Honors
Basic concepts of descriptive linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, and language processing. ENG 308 is a prerequisite for all 400-level linguistics courses; concurrent enrollment acceptable. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Honors student group and ENG 105 or HON 190 or English Placement Test Results (Accuplacer WR 8; PLACE 50+) or International Exchange Student Group.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
PHI 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PHI 400 - Level
PHI 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PHI 400 - Level
FIN 431 Investment Management
Application of investment management theory to model portfolios. Options, futures contracts, and other derivative instruments are examined in context of hedging and speculation. Financial engineering fundamentals are used to determine how payoff streams are altered by combining securities. Letter grade only.
3 FIN 400 - Level
ECI 530 The Role Of Phonics In Reading Instruction
This class examines phonics in reading and in the instruction of reading. Phonemic awareness, specific phonic elements, and methods of teaching and assessing phonic knowledge are included. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 500 - Level
JUS 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-Fail or letter grade. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 JUS 400 - Level
HIS 686 Internship
Supervised agency placement as a component of Internship capstone option. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 HIS 600 - Level
CCE 330 Civic Engagement And Formal Democratic Institutions
Examine the interrelationships between civic engagement in the informal democratic sector (nonprofits, social movements) and the formal institutions and practices of representative democracy (local, regional, and state levels). Study the variety of ways in which diverse organizations in the informal sector seek to influence, contest, change, or transform the processes and outcomes of formal representative and administrative institutions. Letter grade only.
3 CCE 300 - Level
SOC 315 American Society And The American Indian
Studies contemporary status of American Indians in the United States with emphasis on those of the Southwest; policies and events leading to present conditions; possible future directions and their implications for the nation. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 300 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
HIS 293 American Indian History
History of the native peoples of the United States from the period of tribal origins to the present. Emphasizes cultural survival and cross-cultural interactions. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ENG 308 Introduction To Linguistics
Basic concepts of descriptive linguistics, including phonetics, phonology, morphology, syntax, semantics, language acquisition, and language processing. ENG 308 is a prerequisite for all 400-level linguistics courses; concurrent enrollment acceptable. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Scientific Inquiry
STA 474C Introduction To Mathematical Statistics II
Principles of statistical inference, estimation, and hypothesis testing. Letter grade only.
3 STA 400 - Level Senior Capstone
PADM 408C Field Work Experience: Public Sector Internship
The internship course provides students with an opportunity to apply public sector knowledge, theory and skills learned in a public sector setting. Pre-approval of internship project is required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
3-6 PADM 400 - Level Senior Capstone
WGS 250 Introduction To Queer Studies
This course will provide an introduction to queer theory and activism. Studies include social and historical construction of gender and sexuality, politics of coming out, transgender theory, mainstream LGBT movement, historical trauma and violence, HIV/AIDS, connections between sexuality, race, ethnicity, class, ability, national citizenship, role of allies and social change. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Ethnic Critical Thinking
HIS 205 Historical Inquiry
Introduction to historical discipline, theories, historiography, and historical thinking skills. This course encourages students to think about the teaching and learning of history, making transparent course design, teaching strategies, and evaluation of learning. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level
HIS 314 Contemporary India
Examines political, social, economic, and cultural developments in India from 1947 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 293H American Indian History - Honors
History of the native peoples of the United States from the period of tribal origins to the present. Emphasizes cultural survival and cross-cultural interactions. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
AST 201 Introduction To Indigenous Astronomy
This is a course in comparative astronomy, as seen through the eyes of indigenous peoples and western astronomers, which provides an introduction to ancient and living astronomies of native cultures. Letter grade only.
3 AST 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
CS 112 Introduction To The World Wide Web And Internet
Provides a broad introduction to World Wide Web and Internet-related software, including email, HTML, telnet, and FTP. Includes discovery of ethical and privacy issues in e-commerce. 3 hrs. lecture. Letter grade only.
3 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
REL 201 Indigenous Religions
Introduces the cosmologies, rituals, and worldviews of global indigenous traditions, ancient and contemporary. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Effective Writing
FRE 303W Intermediate Stylistics And Oral Expression
Emphasizes written and spoken French, with a cultural component and an intensive review of grammar. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 FRE 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement
POS 201 Introduction To Politics
Issues in contemporary political analysis, human values, and political goals; comparative study of how political systems differ; how nations influence one another. Letter grade only.
3 POS 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
REL 201H Indigenous Religions - Honors
Introduces the cosmologies, rituals, and worldviews of global indigenous traditions, ancient and contemporary. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 REL 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds and Global Effective Writing
SOCIO 315 American Society And The American Indian
Studies contemporary status of American Indians in the United States with emphasis on those of the Southwest; policies and events leading to present conditions; possible future directions and their implications for the nation. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level Cultural Understanding and Ethnic Critical Thinking
POS 380 Advanced International Politics
Analyzes international political relations emphasizing major theoretical approaches and their contributions to the search for solutions to particular issues and cases. Letter grade only.
3 POS 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
ECO 321H Intermediate Business Statistics - Honors
This course provides training in quantitative analysis as it applies to business problems. Topics include, but are not limited to, probability, sampling issues, statistical decision making using hypothesis testing, analysis of variance, regression, and nonparametric statistics. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ECO 300 - Level
CST 323 Intercultural Communication
Examines central concepts, issues, and dynamics involved in communication between cultures. Emphasizes developing a critical sensitivity appropriate to a multicultural society. Letter grade only.
3 CST 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
HON 340 Honors Seminar: Aesthetic And Human Inquiry
Honors seminar that carries Aesthetic and Human Inquiry Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only.
1-3 HON 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
HIS 249 Pre-modern India
Examines cultural, political, social, and economic developments in the Indian subcontinent from around 2500 B.C.E. to 1750 C.E. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Global Critical Thinking
HIS 281 Latin America From Independence To The Present
Struggles for independence and the problems of national development from 1810 to the present. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Global Critical Thinking
SOC 101 Introduction To Sociology
Basic concepts and interpretations of human action; significance of a sociological perspective on the human experience. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
ANT 465H Indigenous Perspectives In Anthropology - Honors
This course provides a history of the relationship between anthropologists and indigenous peoples that contextualizes contemporary indigenous perspectives in anthropology. Work by indigenous anthropologists is highlighted throughout the course. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 400 - Level
CHM 425C Instrumental Analysis
Spectroscopic, electrochemical, and separation science instrumental techniques and applications. Letter grade only.
3 CHM 400 - Level Senior Capstone
CM 490C Construction Management Integration Seminar
Integration of construction processes including operations, estimating, scheduling, cost control, and contract administration. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CM 400 - Level Senior Capstone
GLG 100 Introductory Geology
Fundamental physical and historical concepts in geology, including dynamics of the earth. You may take either GLG 100 and 100L or GLG 101 and 103 or GLG 110 and 110L or GLG 112 and 112L for credit. Letter grade only.
3 GLG 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
PHI 103 Introduction To Logic
A rigorous introduction to the basic concepts of deductive and inductive logic. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Science and Applied Science SUN Quantitative Reasoning
PHI 103H Introduction To Logic - Honors
A rigorous introduction to the basic concepts of deductive and inductive logic. Letter grade only.
3 PHI 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Quantitative Reasoning
WGS 150 Women, Information, And Technology
Examines the historical relationship of women, information, and technology through web-based learning, critical explorations of information technology, and computer communication skill building. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking|Effective Writing
CM 300L Construction Management Integrated Laboratory II
Development and management of information associated with a construction project including the development of drawings, details, and digital models. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 CM 300 - Level
CM 200L Construction Management Integrated Laboratory I
Construction of a building mockup including fabrication and assembly of components, documentation and tracking, teamwork and coordination, and quality control. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 CM 200 - Level
CM 400L Construction Management Integrated Laboratory III
Development of project management skills related to construction projects including schedule and cost control, safety and risk management, quality assurance, project coordination and leadership. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 CM 400 - Level
HUM 101 Introduction To Humanities
Comparative examination of the nature and elements of the arts, literature, and artistic creativity in the humanities. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HUM 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Critical Thinking
PHA 610 Introduction To Clinical Practice
This intensive, daily, four-week lecture/laboratory-based course is designed to ease the student's transition from the didactic to the clinical year and will introduce the student to procedures and exams that will be utilized throughout clinical rotations. Review of first year knowledge will be applied to clinical scenarios, plus an overview of administrative tasks and expectations required during the second year. 1 hr. lecture, 2 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
3 PHA 600 - Level
CM 425 Integrated Project Delivery
This class will investigate how Integrated Project Delivery systems can be used to reduce risks, streamline costs, improve project teamwork and cooperation, and optimize communication in building projects. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CM 400 - Level
HIS 249H Pre-modern India - Honors
Examines cultural, political, social, and economic developments in the Indian subcontinent from around 2500 B.C.E. to 1750 C.E. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 200 - Level Cultural Understanding and Global Critical Thinking
PHA 612 Internal Medicine Rotation
This course is a required four-week rotation in internal medicine. The student will apply medical knowledge gained during the didactic year to the evaluation and management of more complicated problems encountered in adult patients (age 21 - 100+), both ambulatory and/or inpatient settings. Students will work under the supervision of a Program-determined preceptor or his or her designee(s). Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 8 units of credit.
4 PHA 600 - Level
ENV 566 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. You must apply during fall semester; selection is competitive, and you must be a candidate for a graduate degree. Registration is handled by the internship coordinator after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit Department consent.
1-12 ENV 500 - Level
CS 110 Introduction To Computer Science
Introduction to algorithmic thinking and object-oriented programming for students with little or no prior programming experience. Emphasis on graphical programming, object-oriented problem solving, and basic Java concepts. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CS 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Critical Thinking
MUS 522 Major Instrument Literature
Extensive study of the literature available for a major instrument. Co-convened with MUS 422. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 3 units of credit.
1 MUS 500 - Level
MUS 523 Major Instrument Pedagogy
Explores and compares different approaches to teaching in a private or group settings on a student's major instrument. Studies teaching strategies, goals, and appropriate literature for these pedagogical approaches. Co-convened with MUS 423. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
2 MUS 500 - Level
HIS 502 Introduction To Public History
This course is a requirement for the Public History Emphasis. This colloquium format course focuses on core readings in public history and applied history themes. It provides an introduction to this rapidly expanding field and prepares students for public history internships. It fulfills a critical component of the public history track and is open to all interested graduate students. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 500 - Level
ACM 210 Introduction To Arts And Cultural Management
History, law, and problems associated with art and cultural organizations in the non-profit, for profit, and public sector; fund raising, grant writing, marketing/publicity, personnel management, programming, and office management. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ACM 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Effective Writing
ANT 460 Applied Indigenous Cultural Resource Management
This course explores the developments in the working relationships of Indigenous peoples and archaeologists in cultural resource management (CRM). Tribal CRM strategies and case studies across Indian country will be reviewed. Cross-listed as AIS 460. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 400 - Level US Ethnic Diversity
BIO 497C Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation under the guidance of a faculty adviser. Pass-fail only. Student must have study mentor approval prior to departmental consent. Department consent required.
1-6 BIO 400 - Level Senior Capstone
CSAY 110 Introduction To Computer Information Systems
Computer hardware, software, and information-processing systems including analysis, development, and implementation of computer systems. Letter grade only.
3 CSAY 100 - Level Science and Applied Science Scientific Inquiry
JUS 315 Intelligence-led Policing
The class material will explore the integration of intelligence-led policing with community-based policing and problem solving. Focus will be placed on training first responders to develop raw information into actionable intelligence, thereby allowing field officers to be more effective during routine law enforcement functions. Students will also learn the intelligence principles that exist within the daily operations of law enforcement. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 300 - Level
GER 497H Independent Study - Honors
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. No repeat limit.
1-6 GER 400 - Level
GRT 408C Internship
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Application of theory, skill, and knowledge of social gerontology in direct social service settings. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
3-12 GRT 400 - Level Senior Capstone
AIS 320 American Indian Politics And Policy
Examines the development of political and policy relationships between Native American nations and the U.S government, using a political, social, economic, and cultural context. Cross-listed with POS 320. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Cultural Understanding Critical Thinking
SPA 321H Introduction To Literature In Spanish - Honors
Modern Hispanic works (short stories, novels, poetry, and drama) are analyzed to introduce the techniques of critical evaluation of literature. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 SPA 300 - Level
HUM 101H Introduction To Humanities - Honors
Comparative examination of the nature and elements of the arts, literature, and artistic creativity in the humanities. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HUM 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Global Critical Thinking
NUR 700 Introduction To Doctor Of Nursing Practice
This course introduces the role of the DNP, the impact on advanced practice, nursing, and interdisciplinary practice, and emphasizes innovative research and practice-based roles of the practice doctorate. Letter grade only.
3 NUR 700 - Level
NUR 702 Healthcare Technology And Informatics For Advanced Practice Nursing
The course provides students with the knowledge to select and use information systems/technology to evaluate programs of care, outcomes of care, and care systems. Additionally the students will investigate the use of information systems/technology resources to implement quality improvement initiatives and support practice, administrative decision-making and quality patient care. Letter grade only.
3 NUR 700 - Level
ECO 486H International Economics - Honors
Applies economic theory to international trade and finance, theories of exchange rate determination, the international monetary system, exchange rate regimes, international cooperation, and the impact of various labor and environmental standard and policies in an open economy setting. Letter grade only.
3 ECO 400 - Level
GEOY 103 Introduction To Physical Geography
A geographic introduction to the physical processes and land forms of the earth. Letter grade only.
4 GEOY 100 - Level Lab Science Scientific Inquiry
FOR 255 International Wildlife Issues
Current international issues in wildlife conservation and management. Topics include regulation of global wildlife, threats to biodiversity, and issues of sustainable management and protection. Case studies focus on perspectives of ethnic minorities. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 200 - Level Science and Applied Science and Global Oral Communication
CCJ 101 Introduction To Crime And Justice
Introduces the branches of the U.S. justice system and the policies, processes, controversies, and challenges facing the justice system in the global world. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds SUN Critical Thinking
FOR 415 International Forestry
Ecology, management, and policy issues related to forests around the world, including ecological, political, economic and cultural perspectives. Co-convenes with FOR 515. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 400 - Level Global Diversity
SUS 604 The Craft Of Inquiry
This course introduces methods used to produce knowledge from different perspectives, including positivism, post-modernism, and text interpretation. Students build research questions and methods for answering them. Emphasis is on mindfulness, constant consideration and reconsideration of the skills, abilities, and habits of mind needed to become active knowledge producers. Letter grade only.
3 SUS 600 - Level
BIO 290 Introduction To Bioinformatics
Introduces computer scientists and biologists to Bioinformatics. This course will introduce essential algorithms and tools used in bioinformatics, as well as several special topics of contemporary interest. Students will work on independent programming and data analysis assignments and group projects that require interdisciplinary collaborations. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 200 - Level
CS 290 Introduction To Bioinformatics
Introduces computer scientists and biologists to Bioinformatics. This course will introduce essential algorithms and tools used in bioinformatics, as well as several special topics of contemporary interest. Students will work on independent programming, data analysis and writing assignments, as well as group projects that require interdisciplinary collaborations. Letter grade only.
3 CS 200 - Level
BASW 220 Introduction To Social Work
A survey course that introduces social work as a profession within the context of the institution of social welfare. A service learning experience is required. Letter grade only.
3 BASW 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
BASW 321 Social Work Practice With Individuals
Ecological systems, strength perspective, and the planned change process applied to micro level client systems. This course includes a service-learning requirement. Letter grade only.
3 BASW 300 - Level
BA 523 Integrated Introduction To Management And Marketing
An integrated introduction to management and marketing topics important for MBA students as a foundation for their further studies. Students will develop problem identification, analytic, and decision-making skills through application of course concepts to applied business problems. Letter grade only.
3 BA 500 - Level
HON 140 Honors Seminar: Aesthetic And Human Inquiry
Honors seminar that carries Aesthetic and Human Inquiry Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-3 HON 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
HON 240 Honors Seminar: Aesthetic And Human Inquiry
Honors seminar that carries Aesthetic and Human Inquiry Liberal Studies credit. Topics will vary by semester. Letter grade only.
1-3 HON 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry
MUS 183 Introduction To Opera I
Historical exploration of the development of opera from the sixteenth century through the mid-nineteenth century with an analysis of style and dramaturgy. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 MUS 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
MUS 184 Introduction To Opera II
Historical exploration of the development of opera from the mid-nineteenth century through the present with an analysis of style and dramaturgy. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 MUS 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
HIS 386 American Indian Women
Ethnohistorical approach to the history of the lives of American Indian women from a variety of tribes. Letter grade only.
3 HIS 300 - Level
GER 304W Intermediate Grammar And Composition
Intensive practice in writing German. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GER 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
ADV 207 Introduction To Advertising
Provides overview of the role and function of advertising in society. Topics include techniques, media, creative strategy, and ad execution for various media channels. Letter grade only.
3 ADV 200 - Level
CHM 425CH Instrumental Analysis - Honors
Spectroscopic, electrochemical, and separation science instrumental techniques and applications. Letter grade only.
3 CHM 400 - Level Senior Capstone
CCE 450C Civic Engagement Internship Capstone
Serve as interns with an organization of their choice for at least 8 hours a week during the semester. The internships will afford students with an in-depth, extensive, and reflective engagement in collaborative leadership roles, as well as a substantial community research project. Letter grade only.
3 CCE 400 - Level Senior Capstone
BBA 475C Project In Industrial Technology Management
Student will apply knowledge learned in previous business courses to identify, formulate, and suggest management solutions in conjunction with an internship, individual project, or team project related to the needs of local business units. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ADV 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring semester. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall semester. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree and have completed all lower-division requirements and attained senior status at the end of the fall semester preceding the internship.) Registration is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-fail only.  May be repeated for a maximum of 12 units; not the same subject. Department consent required.
1-12 ADV 400 - Level
ADV 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Pass-fail only.  No repeat limit.  Department consent required.
1-6 ADV 400 - Level
ENV 101L Introduction To Environmental Science Lab
Investigates the impacts of humans on the natural world while developing an appreciation of the value of scientific inquiry and the tools for scientific research. 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 ENV 100 - Level Lab Science Scientific Inquiry
FIN 480 International Finance
Development of financial theory and intensive application of techniques in the framework of multinational corporations. Special emphasis on currency exchange and translation problems as to evaluation of international cash flows. Letter grade only.
3 FIN 400 - Level
BSC 376 Industrial Microbiology And Biotechnology
Industrial Microbiology and Biotechnology explores how microorganisms are used to make medicines, foods, and energy, and to genetically engineer plants and animals. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 BSC 300 - Level
BSC 375 Infectious Disease
This course will cover the challenge presented by infectious microorganisms, how the host responds to the challenge, and what challenges lie ahead for both humans and microbes. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 BSC 300 - Level
CHM 425L Instrumental Analysis Lab
Principles of spectroscopic, electrochemical, and separation science instrumentation. 6 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 CHM 400 - Level
MER 333 International Buying
Role of import buying, including the buying process, trade laws and restrictions, and the impact of imports on merchandising. Letter grade only.
3 MER 300 - Level
MER 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 MER 400 - Level
VC 452H Interactive Design III - Honors
Studio course. Advanced exploration of interactive design practices and theories. Focuses on complex visual communication problems. 1 hr. lecture, 4 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 VC 400 - Level
SPA 515 Using Spanish As The Medium Of Instruction
Focuses on the functions of Spanish in the classroom. Students examine classroom discourse and Spanish teacher language use during delivery of instruction and classroom management. Students will be able to use Spanish for all formal and informal classroom-related purposes. Letter grade only.
3 SPA 500 - Level
ACC 496 International Financial Reporting
International financial reporting environment, and primary differences in financial statement presentation and financial statement elements under International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) versus United States Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (US GAAP). Letter grade only.
1 ACC 400 - Level
FIN 331 Introductory Investments
Investments, security markets, and security valuation. Development of investment strategies based on efficient markets, asset pricing, and portfolio theory. Letter grade only.
3 FIN 300 - Level
MER 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 MER 400 - Level
PR 272 Introduction To Public Relations
Overview of public relations as a management function, including planning, ethics, public opinion, organizational contexts, skills, and related disciplines and technologies. Letter grade only.
3 PR 200 - Level
OTD 748 Integrated Practice Seminar
Focus will be on the application of neuro-physiological principles, sensorimotor learning and performance, cognitive and perceptual learning and performance, application of principles and psychosocial perspectives. Specific intervention strategies as related to the various populations across the lifespan will be practiced and enhanced. 2 hr. lecture, 3 hrs. lab. Letter grade only.
3 OTD 700 - Level
BSC 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Instructor consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-6 BSC 400 - Level
COM 605 Introduction To Documentary Issues, Theories, And Methods
Graduate level class in learning how to see the world from a variety of interdisciplinary perspectives. Includes a range of documentary work by photographers, filmmakers, oral historians, folklorists, radio documentarians, and writers stressing aesthetic, scholarly, and ethical considerations involved in representing other people and cultures. Letter grade only.
3 COM 600 - Level
JUS 530 Counterterrorism And Intelligence
This course provides a detailed look at terrorism and counterterrorism, at all levels (local, national, and international) from the perspective of the intelligence community. Particular focus is placed on examining problems of policy, law, resources, and management, as they arise for senior officials in the criminal justice community. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 500 - Level
PR 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-12 PR 400 - Level
ENG 618 Introduction To Discourse Analysis
Introduces techniques for analyzing spoken and written discourse from a linguistic perspective. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 600 - Level
CHM 450L Inorganic Chemistry Lab
Individual experiments in inorganic microscale techniques, spectroscopy, main group and transition metal element chemistry, and organometallic and bio-inorganic chemistry. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 CHM 400 - Level
PR 497 Independent Study
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PR 400 - Level
BIO 375H Infectious Disease - Honors
This course will cover the challenge presented by infectious microorganisms, how the host responds to the challenge, and what challenges lie ahead for both humans and microbes. Letter grade only.
3 BIO 300 - Level
PHA 530 Introduction To History Taking And Physical Examination
This lecture/laboratory course will focus on developing, practicing and meeting a proficient level of the skills needed to perform the medical interview (baseline interviewing, communication and medical knowledge proficiency) and a complete head-to-toe physical examination (obtaining, performing and documenting findings). The course will focus on communication, interviewing skills and normal/abnormal physiologic findings for each body system. 2.5 hrs. lecture, 1.5 hrs lab. Letter grade only.
4 PHA 500 - Level
HIS 688 Introduction To Archives Administration
Examines contemporary practices and challenges of administering an archival program. Focuses on methods to collect, preserve, and make available archival material in a variety of formats and disciplines. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: graduate status or instructor's consent.
3 HIS 600 - Level
NAUY 466 Legislative Internship
Supervised internship in the Arizona Legislature during spring term. Students are selected on a competitive basis, and you must apply during the fall term. (To be eligible, you must be a candidate for a bachelor's degree, have completed all lower-division requirements, and have attained senior status at the end of the fall term preceding the internship.) Course enrollment is handled by the associate provost for academic administration after the legislature has made its final selection. Pass-Fail only.
1-12 NAUY 400 - Level
FOR 483 Forestry In The Wildland - Urban Interface
This course provides an overview of the social and biological complexities of managing forests in the wildland-urban interface (WUI). The course uses social science theory, concepts and analytic techniques for understanding human-forest ecosystems using human communities as a fundamental unit of social organization. Emphasis is placed on understanding how WUI management differs from management of similar resource values in wildlands. Letter grade only.
3 FOR 400 - Level
BBA 457 Critical Thinking And Innovation
Examines the relationship between creativity, innovation, and critical thinking. Topics include key concepts and techniques of creativity, innovation, application of skills in critical thinking, and decision making in small business administration. Letter grade only.
3 BBA 400 - Level
PHI 497H Independent Study - Honors
Individualized approach to selected topics by guided reading and critical evaluation. Department consent required. Letter grade or pass-fail. May be repeated for credit.
1-6 PHI 400 - Level
TH 101 Introduction To The Theatre
Principles and elements of theatre and drama. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 TH 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Critical Thinking
TH 125 Introduction To Acting
Practice of acting theories through in-class performance. History and theory of acting from sixth century B.C. to the present. May not be taken by theatre majors. Letter grade only.
3 TH 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Oral Communication
JUS 235 Criminal Investigation
This course explores foundations and history of criminal investigations, the processing of crime scenes, legal issues in criminal investigations and the foundations of interviewing witnesses, citizens, and victims as part of the investigative process. Students will examine issues concerning rules of evidence, trial testimony, and other constitutional processes, as well as methods detectives use to manage caseloads. Letter grade only.
3 JUS 200 - Level
GLG 240 Introduction To Field Methods And Report Writing
Introduces geological field methods; emphasis on sedimentary and volcanic rocks, faults, and folds through lectures, labs, and field trips. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 GLG 200 - Level
GER 305 Introduction To German Culture And Civilization
Foundation course in German culture and civilization, including film, music and art. Letter grade or pass-fail.
3 GER 300 - Level
BUS 450C Capstone On Integrative Learning
This final ten week, two credit capstone course is the culminating experience for the Bachelor of University Studies. This course is designed to link to your cumulative academic experience by integrating real world experiences with personalized competency development and preparing you to enter the workforce. You will complete your capstone project (internship or scholar project) that was designed and approved during BUS 449C. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 BUS 400 - Level Senior Capstone
HUM 130 Introduction To Southwest Humanities
Explores how the social, political, economic, environmental, technological, and cultural mores of a diversity of Southwestern peoples have found expression in arts and literature. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HUM 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ENG 247 Introduction To African American Literature
An examination of African American Literature with emphasis on works that reflect major historical and literary eras and cultural trends. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
ES 150 Introduction To African American Studies
The purpose of this course is to expose students to the cultural history of African Americans. Letter grade only.
3 ES 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Critical Thinking
ENG 247H Intro To African American Literature - Honors
An examination of African American Literature with emphasis on works that reflect major historical and literary eras and cultural trends. Letter grade only.
3 ENG 200 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Effective Writing
HUM 130H Introduction To Southwest Humanities - Honors
Explores how the social, political, economic, environmental, technological, and cultural mores of a diversity of Southwestern peoples have found expression in arts and literature. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HUM 100 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry and Ethnic Critical Thinking
PHY 585 Modern Astronomical Instrumentation And Techniques
Principles of optics, statistics, semiconductor physics, and electronics as applied to the detection of light. Topics include: radiant energy; signals and noise; detectors; techniques for imaging, photometry, polarimetry and spectroscopy. Instructor consent required. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: Bachelor's degree in physics, astronomy or related field. Undergraduate curriculum must have included the full physics sequence, calculus sequence, and electricity and magnetism.
3 PHY 500 - Level
AIS 301W Communication Skills For Applied Indigenous Studies
This is the required junior-level writing course for AIS students. It assists students with developing the communication skills needed by professionals working in indigenous communities and organizations. Students will develop skills in writing any of the following: policy, business plans, environmental impact statements, research reports, grants, and other documents as required. They will also develop oral and non-verbal communication skills which will focus on culturally sensitive communication. Letter grade only.
3 AIS 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
HIS 429 Teaching And Learning History And Geography
This course focuses on the disciplinary practices of history and geography, critical thinking skills and habits of mind needed for each discipline, as well as ways of teaching middle and high school history and geography classes. Content is interwoven with evidence-based pedagogical strategies, evaluation, standards, dispositions, and practice. Required of all secondary education majors preparing to teach history and the social sciences. Contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 400 - Level
CTE 330 Contemporary Technology Education Programs
Experimental and innovative curriculum, program, methodology, and facility approaches used in career and technical education classrooms. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 300 - Level
CTE 503 Special Problems In Career And Technical Education
For specific needs of career and technical educators, individually and/or groups. Pass-fail only.
3 CTE 500 - Level
PE 316 Content Progressions In Physical Education
Introduces strategies for developing content progressions for developmentally appropriate physical education. Candidates will develop content progressions for a variety of physical activity topics. The content progression assignment is a key assessment for this program and must satisfactorily be completed to be eligible to enter student teaching or internship placements. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 PE 300 - Level
ESE 520 Bilingual And Multicultural Aspects Of Special Education
Focuses on the interface of special education and bilingual and multicultural education, and the historical and philosophical roots of both disciplines. Also covers legislation, cultural values of different groups, assessment and evaluation, instructional strategies, and community and agency resources. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
ESE 436 Foundations Of Special Education: Early Childhood
Definitions, characteristics, etiologies, legal and educational provisions for infants and young children with disabilities. Co-convenes with ESE 536. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
CTE 396 Community Leadership In Cte
This course examines effective school-community relations and leadership and the role of both workforce professionals and educators in promoting and actively involving external and internal publics in the educational system. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 300 - Level
COM 201 Independent Filmmaking Storytelling
Introduces students to the concept of storytelling for narrative film production. Only available through an exchange program with the Yavapai College's Sedona Film School. Letter grade only.
9 COM 200 - Level
EDU 436 Foundations In Early Childhood Special Education
This course will survey historical, social, and legal foundations of special education in early childhood. Typical and atypical growth and behavior in domains of language/literacy, cognitive, emotional, physical, and adaptive will be examined. Focus on interdisciplinary, professional collaboration among educators, psychologists, child specialists, therapists, and family to create learning environments that match strengths and promote optimal growth.
3 EDU 400 - Level
COM 202 Independent Filmmaking Production Techniques
Introduces students to techniques of producing narrative films - directing actors, camera, and editing. Only available through an exchange program with Yavapai College's Sedona Film School. Letter Grade only.
6 COM 200 - Level
ETC 695 Educational Technology Capstone
Provides an environment for students to fully plan, design, produce, implement, and evaluate an instructional product that summarizes theory and practice within the educational technology field. Recommended to be taken during the last semester in the program. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 600 - Level
EPS 605 Educational Psychology Applied To Learning
Theories and principles of learning and development related to issues and problems of teaching and learning. Letter grade only.
3 EPS 600 - Level
TSM 360 Perspectives On Science
This course examines the ways in which we have come to understand how science works. Students will examine work in the philosophy, history, and sociology of science as well as the science studies literature to develop understandings of the nature of science. Additionally, the course will examine pedagogies to enact nature of science understandings and scientific and engineering practices in the secondary science classroom. A specific focus will be on the effective use of writing to express our ideas about the ways in which science works. This course is intended to improve your writing skills. Letter grade only.
3 TSM 300 - Level Aesthetic and Humanistic Inquiry Scientific Inquiry
ECI 308 Teacher Aid Practicum
Practicum experiences in elementary schools and classrooms; exposure to and practical experiences in the knowledge, skills, and dispositions essential for teaching in elementary school. For elementary majors, this one unit practicum experience is required for three semesters (for a total of three units) in conjunction with methods courses prescribed program of study and includes mandatory meetings each semester. This ties directly to professional teaching standards (currently InTASC) required in the state of Arizona. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ECI 300 - Level
ECI 308H Teacher Aid Practicum - Honors
Practicum experiences in elementary schools and classrooms; exposure to and practical experiences in the knowledge, skills, and dispositions essential for teaching in elementary school. For elementary majors, this one unit practicum experience is required for three semesters (for a total of three units) in conjunction with methods courses prescribed program of study and includes mandatory meetings each semester. This ties directly to professional teaching standards (currently InTASC) required in the state of Arizona. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
1-12 ECI 300 - Level
ANT 522 Research Ethics In Cross-cultural And International Contexts
The course covers theory and application of research principles for cross-cultural and international ethics research. The course includes cross-cultural and international research projects; the ethics guidelines for protecting people from physical, social or psychological harm, mechanisms for identifying and resolving ethical dilemmas; practical exploration and resolution of current ethical problems in cross-cultural and international research. Letter grade only.
1 ANT 500 - Level
ECI 490C Supervised Teaching: Elementary
Directs teaching in the early childhood and elementary grades: directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences and seminars on theories, issues, and practices of effective elementary school instruction. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
3-12 ECI 400 - Level Senior Capstone
ETC 556 Contexts And Methods Of Technology In Adult Education
This course is designed for adult educators in the various contexts, including: higher education, military, non-profit, health and business settings. Through research, readings and collaborative activities, students will gain an understanding of various adult learning methods that include, but are not limited to, training, professional development, performance improvement, online and mobile learning. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
ESE 655 Advanced Assessment And Eligibility Of Exceptional Learners
This course reviews basic concepts of measurement, assessment of processes and skills, data literacy and communication with stakeholders, and professional responsibilities for completing a comprehensive educational evaluation of school-aged students with mild/moderate disabilities. This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ESE 600 - Level
EDU 492 Supervised Teaching: Early Childhood
Directs teaching in the elementary grades Pre-K - 8: directed and cooperative preparation, co-teaching, teaching and evaluation; conferences and seminars in theories, issues, and practices of effective elementary, primary, and early education and school instruction. Pass-fail only.
4 EDU 400 - Level
EDL 724 School Superintendency
Problems, duties, and changing role of the present-day chief school administrator. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
PSY 406 Clinical Psychology
Introduces the principles and processes of applying psychology to the clinical setting. Includes professional issues, assessment, diagnosis, and psychotherapy. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 400 - Level
ECI 649 Problems In Elementary School Curriculum
Basic curriculum problems facing educators; research techniques applicable to solving curriculum problems. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 600 - Level
PSYCH 215 Abnormal Psychology
Abnormal Psychology is the study of abnormal or dysfunctional emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. The course focuses on experiences (symptoms) that deviate from cultural norms and cause clinically significant distress as well as psychosocial dysfunction. We will focus on the classification of psychological disorders into various classes of disorders, the disorders themselves, and symptoms of each disorder. Other major components involve learning about the etiology (risk factors for) and research-supported treatments for psychological disorders. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 200 - Level
PSY 215 Abnormal Psychology
Abnormal Psychology is the study of abnormal or dysfunctional emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. The course focuses on experiences (symptoms) that deviate from cultural norms and cause clinically significant distress as well as psychosocial dysfunction. We will focus on the classification of psychological disorders into various classes of disorders, the disorders themselves, and symptoms of each disorder. Other major components involve learning about the etiology (risk factors for) and research-supported treatments for psychological disorders. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level
ESE 424 Foundations And Legal Aspects Of Special Education: Mild To Moderate Disabilities
Definitions, characteristics, etiologies, legal aspects and educational provisions for children who have mild/moderate disabilities. This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
ESE 502 Behavioral Management In Special Education
Selected competency-based modules on the management of learners with exceptional needs, including discipline and classroom organization. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-3 ESE 500 - Level
EDF 703 Sociological Foundations Of Education
Institutional order; belief systems, and ideologies; normative system, roles, and status; problems of institutional order; relation to curriculum and administration. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 700 - Level
ESE 460 Consultation And Collaboration In Special Education
Introduces techniques of working with parents, agencies, classroom teachers, and other professional personnel. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
ESE 505 Consultative Techniques In Special Education
Selected competency-based modules on working with parents and related professionals, interviewing, conferencing, consulting, IEP management, and utilizing agencies. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit.
1-3 ESE 500 - Level
ESE 423 Assessment And Eligibility Of Exceptional Children
Evaluation of school-aged students with mild/moderate disabilities to include basic concepts of measurement, data literacy, procedural safeguards, and professional responsibilities, communication with stakeholders, and the team approach to assessment. This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ESE 400 - Level
POS 372 Studies In Middle Eastern Politics
Historical, cultural, and political patterns in Middle Eastern countries with special attention to the internal political dynamics of selected nations, regional tensions, and foreign policies of the region. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit with different content.
3 POS 300 - Level Global Diversity
CTE 433 Program And Curriculum Planning In Career And Technical Education
Methods of gathering and analyzing information necessary for establishing responsive and comprehensive career and technical education programs. Contains key assessment that BSED CTE students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 400 - Level
EDU 312 Curriculum And Assessment In Early Childhood Education
This course examines comprehensive systems of curriculum, instruction, assessment, documentation, monitoring and reporting appropriate for early learning that challenge, engage and support the diverse learning characteristics and needs of young children. Considers ways in which to make assessment a central part of early learning experiences. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
ESE 456 Methods In Special Education: Early Childhood
Applications of methods and strategies when teaching for infants and young children with disabilities. Co-convenes with ESE 556. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ESE 400 - Level
PSY 348 Organizational Psychology
Studies individual, group, and organizational influences on behavior, focusing on motivation, leadership, conflict, and organizational structure and development. Recommended: PSY 346. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 300 - Level
PSY 491 Psychology Of Gender
Surveys theory and research concerning the construction and enactment of gender in contemporary society. Analyzes assumptions about what causes humans to endorse gendered lives and how being gendered affects identity and behavior. Models for increasing gender role flexibility and broader social identities are examined. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 400 - Level
PSY 260 Cognitive Psychology
Research, methods, and theory in human information processing. Topics may include attention, memory, problem solving, and language. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level
PSY 250 Social Psychology
Scientific theory and research on how people think about self and others, influence other people, and form relationships with others. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSYCH 348 Organizational Psychology
Studies individual, group, and organizational influences on behavior, focusing on motivation, leadership, conflict, and organizational structure and development. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 300 - Level
PSYCH 250 Social Psychology
Scientific theory and research on how people think about self and others, influence other people, and form relationships with others. Letter grade only.
3 PSYCH 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 378 Positive Psychology: Understanding Human Strengths
Positive psychology explores the factors that make life worth living and the human strengths that enable individuals to confront challenges, overcome adversities, appreciate others, and regard daily experiences as meaningful. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 300 - Level
CCHE 590 Educational Technology In The College Classroom
Introduction to and familiarization with technology used in delivery of instruction. Letter grade only.
3 CCHE 500 - Level
ETC 548 Assistive Technology In Special Education
Includes history; adaptive devices; prostheses; assessment packages; evaluation, selection, and modification of devices and software; hardware; and research with exceptional learners. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 500 - Level
CTE 495C Capstone In Career And Technical Education
The integration and application of occupational and classroom experience through a fieldwork experience. This class meets the capstone requirement for the Occupational Emphasis in the CTE program. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 400 - Level Senior Capstone
PSY 640 Health Psychology Assessment
Skill development in behaviorally oriented assessment of psychological/behavioral dysfunction, as practiced in health-care settings, including traditional personality assessment. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 600 - Level
PSY 665 Psychology Teaching Practicum
Supervised psychology teaching experience. Seminar and practical experience in instructional techniques, course design, classroom management, and evaluation methods. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 600 - Level
SCI 560 Science Methods I
Development, application, and evaluation of skillsfor effective secondary science teaching, including instructional methods, lesson development, and application of teaching standards. Contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to student. teach. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 SCI 500 - Level
PSY 302WH Research Methods In Psychology - Honors
Introduces scientific methodologies as used in psychological research including projects in conducting research. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 PSY 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
PSY 302W Research Methods In Psychology
Introduces scientific methodologies as used in psychological research including projects in conducting research. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 PSY 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
PSYY 132 Cross-cultural Psychology
Impact of culture on the study of psychology. The role of culture in perceptual and cognition processes, human development, and social behavior. Includes issues such as intergroup relations, ethnocentrism, gender, personality, emotion, language, and communication. Letter grade only.
3 PSYY 100 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSYCH 302W Research Methods In Psychology
Introduces scientific methodologies as used in psychological research including projects in conducting research. This course fulfills NAU's junior-level writing requirement. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
4 PSYCH 300 - Level Junior Writing Requirement Effective Writing
EDF 670 Philosophy Of Education
Educational aims, values, and criteria of education in a democracy; systems of educational philosophy, the nature of thinking, methods, and subject matter. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
ESE 590 Students With Exceptional Needs In General Education Programs
Characteristics and needs of mentally retarded, learning disabled, emotionally disabled, orthopedically impaired, other health impaired, and gifted students; methods of teaching inclusive settings. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 500 - Level
ESE 664 Advanced Methods In Special Education: Moderate To Severe Disabilities
This course covers strategies for modifying curriculum for students with moderate to severe disabilities. Specific focus will be on Math and English Language Arts. This course will also address critical collaboration and supervision approaches for ensuring effective coordination and implementation of adapted learning goals using evidence-based practices that include ABA procedures, progress monitoring, and data-based decision making. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
EDF 672 Comparative Education
Educational problems requiring an understanding of the relationship of education to a particular society. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
EDL 736 Advanced School Law: Seminar In Policy Analysis, Development And Application
This advanced seminar explores issues of educational law and policy and the historical, social, political, and educational contexts in which educational law and policy develop. Letter grade only.
3 EDL 700 - Level
WGS 652 Gender Issues In Education
This course is an exploration of the complexities of issues surrounding the topics of gender in education. Sociocultural, political, historical, and personal contexts will be covered in this course with a focus on teaching and learning within schools. Cross-listed with ECI 652. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 600 - Level
EDU 447 Technology In The Classroom
Overview of technology used in schools, including computers, multimedia, telecommunications, distance learning, software preview, integration, issues, and trends. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 400 - Level
BME 534 Science And Mathematics Education For Lep Students
Provides teachers with pedagogical information and experiences to develop and implement science and mathematics curriculum with limited-English-proficiency students. Letter grade only.
3 BME 500 - Level
WGS 432 Queering Schools: Rethinking Sexuality And Gender Identit(Ies) In Educational Contexts
This course offers critical, feminist, queer, and post-modern theoretical grounding that supports an examination of issues of sexuality and gender identity/performance in educational contexts (pre K-Higher Education). Students will develop frameworks for evaluating and responding to school policies and educational experiences from a variety of contexts: as students, as parents, as educators, and as citizens. Cross-listed with ECI 432. Letter grade only.
3 WGS 400 - Level
MAT 501 History And Philosophy Of Mathematics Education
Historical underpinnings of the field of mathematics education; identifying issues and forces which influence curricular and philosophical change in mathematics education. Cannot be used for the M.S. Mathematics or M.S. Statistics degrees. Letter grade only.
3 MAT 500 - Level
SCI 530 History Of Science
This course provides an overview of major episodes in the history of science from the scientific revolution of the seventeenth century through the present. Topics include recent historiographical approaches within the history of science along with noteworthy episodes in the history of biology, chemistry, physics, and the earth sciences. The course does not attempt to be definitive or exhaustive in its coverage of the history of science; it is not a celebration of great geniuses or theories. It is instead an attempt to pick out a handful of episodes that are judged to be particularly revealing about the way in which the sciences have developed. Readings include a combination of primary and secondary sources. Letter grade only.
3 SCI 500 - Level
EDU 490C Supervised Teaching: Elementary
Directs teaching in the early childhood and elementary grades: directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences and seminars on theories, issues, and practices of effective elementary school instruction. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
3-12 EDU 400 - Level Senior Capstone
PSY 280 Cross-cultural Psychology
Studies the interaction between culture and human behavior. Topics will include cross-cultural methodology, cultural perspectives on cognition, emotion, motivation, development, social interaction, and psychopathology. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 200 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
PSY 491H Psychology Of Gender - Honors
Surveys theory and research concerning the construction and enactment of gender in contemporary society. Analyzes assumptions about what causes humans to endorse gendered lives and how being gendered affects identity and behavior. Models for increasing gender role flexibility and broader social identities are examined. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 400 - Level
MUS 455 Secondary Music Methods I
A first semester study and application of the pedagogical and administrative knowledge and skills related to performing ensemble teaching at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 MUS 400 - Level
MUS 457 Secondary Music Methods II
A second semester study and application of the pedagogical and administrative knowledge and skills related to performing ensemble teaching at the elementary, middle, and high school levels. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
2 MUS 400 - Level
CTE 431 Presentation Of Technical Material In Career Technological Education
Selection, design, and production of instructional media. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 400 - Level
CTE 592 Program Planning And Curriculum Development In Career And Technical Education
Program development, including courses of study, syllabi, lesson plans, teaching plans, instructional materials, and course evaluation. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 500 - Level
ESE 602 Teaching Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Students With Exceptionalities
Unique contributions of culture and language to educational performance and the educational interventions designed to maximize each child's individual potential. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
HIS 430 Teaching And Learning Government Economics
This course focuses on the teaching and learning of government and economics, critical thinking skills, and ways of teaching secondary school government and economics classes. The content is interwoven with pedagogical strategies, evidence-based evaluation, standards, dispositions, and practice. Required of all secondary education majors preparing to teach history and the social sciences. Normally completed the semester before student teaching. Co-convenes with HIS 530. Contains an assessment that must be passed to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 HIS 400 - Level
BME 542 Administration Of Multicultural Programs
In this course you will explore the role of school policy makers and leaders in school-wide issues, such as planning, funding and administering multicultural programs which support the teaching of indigenous languages. You will review case studies of successful programs. Letter grade only.
3 BME 500 - Level
PE 435 Evaluation And Assessment In Physical Education
Methods of assessment in secondary education and techniques for assessing students' acquisition of the Arizona and National Content Standards in Physical Education. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 400 - Level
CTE 392 Accident Prevention
Development of the safety movement; background useful for handling problems and procedures of typical school, industrial, transportation, civil defense, and emergency safety programs. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 300 - Level
ECI 621 Selected Topics In Early Childhood Education
Covers major issues in early childhood education. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 ECI 600 - Level
ENG 400 Methods Of Teaching Literature In The Secondary Classroom
Materials, planning techniques, classroom methods, and evaluative devices specific to the teaching of literature in the secondary school. Co-convenes with ENG 580. Instructor's consent required. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENG 400 - Level
ENG 580 Methods Of Teaching Literature In The Secondary Classroom
Materials, planning, techniques, classroom methods, and evaluative devices specific to the teaching of literature in the secondary school. Co-convenes with ENG 400. Instructor's consent. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ENG 500 - Level
ESE 472 Foundations And Methods For Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Students With Exceptionalities
Foundations, legal aspects, and educational interventions related to culturally and linguistically diverse students with special education needs. Emphasis on the importance of native culture and first and second language acquisition. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
FRE 321 Survey Of French Literature: Middle Ages To Eighteenth Century
Introduces masterpieces of French prose, poetry, and drama. Presentation of explication de texte method and overview of different periods of literature. Letter grade only.
3 FRE 300 - Level
EDL 720 Directed Readings In Leadership
No more than 3 hours may be included on a master's program in education. Pass-fail only.
1-3 EDL 700 - Level
CMF 325 Post Production
Post production explores the more advanced aspects of video and audio editing. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CMF 300 - Level
PHI 325 Topics In Ethics
Specific topic to be announced in the Schedule of Classes. Letter grade only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit as topic varies.
3 PHI 300 - Level
CCJ 325 Drug Issues And The Law
Examines theories and research related to causes and consequences of illegal drug usage and its effect on the justice system. Letter grade only.
3 CCJ 300 - Level Social and Political Worlds Critical Thinking
ETC 447 Technology In The Classroom
Overview of technology used in schools, including computers, multimedia, telecommunications, distance learning, software preview, integration, issues, and trends. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 ETC 400 - Level
ETC 635 Technology Planning And Professional Development
Prepares technology leaders for planning, writing, assessing, and maintaining district and school-based technology plans. Also involves instructional program and staff development, facilities and resource management, managing change processes, and grant writing. Field component. Letter grade only.
3 ETC 600 - Level
PE 408 Fieldwork Experience
Instruction and supervised fieldwork experience in a professional physical education setting. 2 hrs. lecture, 2 hrs. lab. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 PE 400 - Level
ESE 660 Advanced Foundations And Methods Of Learning Disabilities And Language Disorders
Etiology, identification, characteristics, and educational provisions related to students with mild/moderate learning disabilities. In-depth attention to Language Development/Disorders, methods and strategies for instruction to include English Language Arts and Math. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
EDR 736 Survey Development Techniques
Data collecting and processing, projections, evaluations, and reporting procedures for immediate and long-term planning of facilities, finances, curriculum, pupil services, and administrative structure of educational institutions. Letter grade only.
3 EDR 700 - Level
ESE 471 Assessment Of Culturally And Linquistically Diverse Students With Exceptionalities
Course will focus on pre-referral procedures, assessment techniques and instruments, educational diagnosis, and placement procedures for Culturally Linguistically Diverse students with exceptionalities (CLDE). Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
EDU 360 Communication In The Classroom
This course investigates and practices verbal and non-verbal communication as it relates to contexts within the classroom and the education profession. Available only at the NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
2 EDU 300 - Level
ANT 638 Psychological Anthropology
Cultural influences on personality and the individual's impact on society. Letter grade only.
3 ANT 600 - Level
SOC 320 Social Psychology
Individual and group behavior; processes of social interaction; social influences and attraction; and the development of the self and social order. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 300 - Level
SOC 616 Social Psychology
Relationship between the individual and the social system, emphasizing contexts within which interpersonal behavior occurs: the small group, the large-scale organization, the community, and the society. Letter grade only.
3 SOC 600 - Level
SOCIO 320 Social Psychology
Individual and group behavior; processes of social interaction; social influences and attraction; and the development of the self and social order. Letter grade only.
3 SOCIO 300 - Level
EDF 671 History Of American Education
Development and history of education in America. Letter grade only.
3 EDF 600 - Level
ESE 670 Advanced Classroom Management And Behavior Analysis Of Students With Challenging Behaviors
Etiology, identification, characteristics, ethicalconcerns, and educational provisions related to students with challenging behaviors and/or emotional and behavioral disabilities. Emphasis on behavior analysis and Positive Behavior and Instructional Support (PBIS). This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching or internship. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 600 - Level
CTE 496 Career And Technical Student Organizations
The exploration, integration, and use of student organizations in comprehensive career and technical education programs. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 400 - Level
ESE 425 Classroom Management And Behavior Analysis
Basic classroom management with emphasis on behavioral analysis, communication and collaboration with team members, and positive behavioral and instructional support of students (PBIS) with mild/moderate disabilities. This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
ESE 434 Foundations Of Moderate To Severe Disabilities And Language Development
This course covers the IDEA Definitions for students who have moderate to severe disabilities, including, characteristics, etiologies, legal and educational provisions. The course also reviews cognitive, social, and language development of individuals who experience moderate to severe disabilities. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
ESE 425H Classroom Management And Behavior Analysis - Honors
Basic classroom management with emphasis on behavioral analysis, communication and collaboration with team members, and positive behavioral and instructional support of students (PBIS) with mild/moderate disabilities. This course is required for educators seeking certification in mild/moderate disabilities and contains a key assessment that students must pass to be eligible to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ESE 400 - Level
EDU 306 Science In The Elementary School
Objectives, content, and methodology of elementary science; selection and use of texts, equipment, and supplementary materials. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Available only at NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 EDU 300 - Level
EDU 321 Elementary School Curriculum
Content, organization, methods, and materials for grades K-8. Lab and field experience. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Available only at NAU-Yuma Branch campus. Letter grade only.
3 EDU 300 - Level
CTE 561 Facilities Design
Design and layout of facilities to promote efficient instruction in career and technical education. Includes planning for equipment and other resources. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 500 - Level
CTE 300 Comp Cte Programs
Explores the comprehensive career and technical education programs, including competencies, sequencing, funding, performance standards, and data reporting. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
3 CTE 300 - Level
ECI 751 Contexts Of Educational Technology
Focuses on historical, political, social, and cultural perspectives of technology within the context of teaching and learning. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 700 - Level
ECI 493 Supervised Teaching: Bilingual Education
Directed teaching in elementary classrooms meeting and emphasizing bilingual needs; directed and cooperative preparation, teaching, and evaluation; conferences and seminars in theories, issues, and practices in bilingual classrooms. Pass-fail only. May be repeated for up to 12 units of credit. Course fee required.
3-12 ECI 400 - Level
MUP 208 Percussion Techniques II
Group instruction to learn advanced percussion skills for music education wind majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 200 - Level
MUP 209 Brass Techniques II
Group instruction to learn the trombone and tuba for music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 200 - Level
MUP 210 String Techniques II
Group instruction to learn the cello and double bass for music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 200 - Level
MUP 107 Woodwind Techniques I
Group instruction to learn the flute, clarinet, and saxophone for instrumental music education majors to teach in the public school. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 100 - Level
MUP 108 Percussion Techniques I
Group instruction to learn basic percussion skills for music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 100 - Level
MUP 109 Brass Techniques I
Group instruction to learn the trumpet and horn for music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 100 - Level
MUP 110 String Techniques I
Group instruction to learn the violin and viola for music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 100 - Level
PSY 365 The Psychology Of Stress Management
Current theories of stress, with primary focus on stress management techniques including autogenics, imagery, progressive muscle relaxation, time management, cognitive techniques, conflict management, and lifestyle change. Includes practice implementing techniques. Letter grade only.
3 PSY 300 - Level
EPS 416 Leadership And Mentorship For True Blue Ambassadors
This course is a pre-service course for returning student leaders who are training to serve as True Blue Ambassadors for Northern Arizona University during the spring, summer, and fall orientation sessions and university recruitment events. Letter grade only. Prerequisite: EPS 415 and completion of the previous year as a True Blue Ambassador and successfully hired as a True Blue Ambassador for the current year by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation.
3 EPS 400 - Level
CTE 550 Grant Writing
This class focuses on searching for funding sources and developing the major components of request for proposal for education, health care, public sector, or business/industry. Regulatory guidelines, proposal preparation, budgeting, and proposal processing and submission are also included. Students will conduct a search for an appropriate funding source and write a proposal for that agency. Letter grade only.
3 CTE 500 - Level
PES 100 Physical Education
For a description about this specific PES class, please visit our website at www.nau.edu/pes. PES classes are pass-fail only and count as general elective credits.
1 PES 100 - Level
SHP 599 Contemporary Developments
Examines recent trends and investigations in a selected area of a particular field of study. May be offered no more than three times before being submitted for a permanent course number. Pass-fail or letter grade. May be repeated for credit.
1-3 SHP 500 - Level
SHP 685 Graduate Research
Individualized directed research on selected topics. Pass-fail or letter grade, depending on department policy. May be repeated for up to 6 units of credit.
1-6 SHP 600 - Level
ENG 408 Field Work Experience: Cooperative Education
Individualized supervised field experience in an appropriate agency or organization. Department consent required. Pass-fail only. No repeat limit.
1-12 ENG 400 - Level
LAN 435 Issues In Second-language Acquisition And Education
Introductory survey of language acquisition, testing, and bilingualism. Taught in English. For teaching majors and minors only. Letter grade only.
3 LAN 400 - Level
MUP 207 Woodwind Techniques II
Group instruction to learn the double-reed instruments, the oboe and bassoon, for instrumental music education majors to teach in the public schools. Letter grade only. Course fee required.
1 MUP 200 - Level
ECI 321 Elementary School Curriculum
Content, organization, methods, and materials for grades K-8. Lab and field experience. This course contains an assessment that must be successfully completed in order to register for student teaching. Letter grade only.
3 ECI 300 - Level
ECI 643 Modern Elementary School Mathematics
Problems faced in the field of arithmetic, approached through study of research and current trends. Letter grade only.
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