Curriculum & Instruction (EDCI)


1000

EDCI 1000 [Not Offered] Introduction to the Study of Education (3 credits)
Field experience in multicultural settings in secondary schools. Historical foundations, organization, and administration of American public education.
EDCI 1001 Introduction to College Study (3 credits)
Intended for entering freshmen. College-level readings and techniques for organizing text and lecture information for effective study; critical thinking and reading; time management; preparation for tests.

2000

EDCI 2001 Education, Schooling, and Society (3 credits)
Introduction to contemporary educational issues, especially as these are situated historically, culturally, socially, and politically; topics include history, theory, and politics of education, especially as related to gender, race, class, and technology.
EDCI 2025 [Not Offered] Foundations and Principles of Teaching in Elementary School (3 credits)
2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. field experience in elementary schools. Open only to students enrolled in programs leading to teacher certification.
EDCI 2030 Teaching, Schooling, and Society (3 credits)
Prereq.: admission to Grades PK-3 or 1-6 teacher certification program. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. field experience in elementary school and middle schools. Experiences that join theory to practice; teaching as it operates in elementary school culture; a reflective approach to pedagogy; discussions of teaching in the historical and philosophical dimensions of discourse/practice.
EDCI 2040 [Not Offered] Principles and Practices in Secondary Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 1000.
EDCI 2045 [Not Offered] Principles and Practices in K-12 Programs (4 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 1000 and enrollment in a program leading to teacher certification in grades K-12. 3 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Managerial aspects of instruction; application of learning principles to the classroom setting.
EDCI 2081 PK-3 Program Overview (1 credits)
Pass-fail grading. The nature of PK-3 instruction and expectations of the PK-3 teacher education program.
EDCI 2083 [Not Offered] INTRO EARLY CHLD ED (3.0 credits)
EDCI 2271 Art Education for Elementary Schools (3 credits)
ART 2271 is prerequisite for 2272. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Critical analysis and evaluation of past and present concepts of art education; development of a functional art program for elementary schools in Louisiana; art materials, techniques, and activities recommended for elementary school grades.
EDCI 2272 [Not Offered] Art Education for Elementary Schools (3 credits)
ART 2271 is prerequisite for 2272. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Critical analysis and evaluation of past and present concepts of art education; development of a functional art program for elementary schools in Louisiana; art materials, techniques, and activities recommended for elementary school grades.
EDCI 2400 Education and Diverse Populations (3 credits)
Prereq.: admission to 1-6 teacher education certification program. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Differences among elementary students (grades 1-6) associated with their developmental levels, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, and gender.
EDCI 2500 KNOW/LEARN MATH/SCI (3.0 credits)
EDCI 2700 Characteristics of Learners with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
F,S,Su 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience. Requires field experience in a school environment containing learners with exceptionalities. An introductory course on differences of learners with various exceptionalities; characteristics, educational programs, and resources for education and support.

3000

EDCI 3000 Children's Literature (3 credits)
Survey of children's literature across time, genres, and media; focus on wide reading in children's literature and an appreciation of the value of literature for children.
EDCI 3001 Student Development and Diversity (3 credits)
Prereq.: credit or registration in EDCI 2001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3001, CHEM 3001, ENGL 3201, FREN 3401, HIST 3001, MATH 3001, PHYS 3001, SPAN 3001. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Differences among secondary students (grades 6-12) associated with their development levels, cultural, and ethnic backgrounds, genders, learning abilities, and special needs.
EDCI 3002 [Not Offered] Classroom Culture (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3001 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 3002, CHEM 3002, ENGL 3202, FREN 3402, MATH 3002, PHYS 3002, SPAN 3002. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Learning processes of middle school and high school students in the social learning environment of the classroom, with attention to individual and group motivation, social interactions, integration of technology, and classroom management.
EDCI 3055 DEVELOP YOUNG CHILD (4.0 credits)
EDCI 3056 [Not Offered] COGNITIVE LINGUIST (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3112 [Not Offered] Reading Instruction in the Elementary School (6 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2025; concurrent registration in EDCI 3113 for elementary grades majors. 3 hrs. lecture; 6 hrs. field experience in multicultural settings. Current instructional materials and methods in teaching reading at the elementary school level; understandings and skills in a laboratory situation in the public schools.
EDCI 3113 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Teaching Communicative Skills in the Elementary School (2 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2025; concurrent registration in EDCI 3112 for elementary grades majors. Instructional materials and methods in teaching language arts communicative skills at the elementary school level; understanding and skills in a laboratory situation in the public school.
EDCI 3124 Curriculum Discipline: Mathematics Theory and Practice (6 credits)
Prereq.: Professional Practice Block I; 12 sem. hrs. of mathematics, including MATH 1201 and 1202; 11 sem. hrs. of natural science; and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3125 and MATH 2203. 3 hrs. lecture; 6 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural, multi-level settings. Structures of the discipline of mathematics applied to teaching mathematics in grades 1-6; standards-based pedagogical strategies, techniques, and materials are coordinated with basic principles of learning.
EDCI 3125 Curriculum Discipline: Science (3 credits)
Prereq.: Professional Practice Block I, 11 sem. hrs. of natural science, 12 sem. hrs. mathematics, and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3124 and MATH 2203. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural, multi-level settings. Structures of science disciplines applied to teaching science in grades 1-6; standards-based pedagogical strategies, techniques, and materials coordinated with basic principles of learning.
EDCI 3126 [Not Offered] Curriculum Disciplines: Mathematics (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2025 or 2030, 6 sem. hrs. of credit in mathematics courses, and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3125 and 3127. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Structures of mathematical disciplines for teaching in lower/upper elementary school; strategies, techniques, basic rationales, and materials.
EDCI 3127 Curriculum Disciplines: Social Studies (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2400, 3000 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3137, 3200, and 4460. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural, multi-level settings. Structures of the social science disciplines applied to teaching social studies in grades 1-5; standards-based pedagogical strategies, techniques, and materials coordinated with basic rationales and principles of learning..
EDCI 3135 [Not Offered] Teaching Reading in the Junior and Senior High School (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 or 2045 or equivalent. Approaches for teaching reading; general review of reading approaches and materials.
EDCI 3136 Reading in the Content Areas (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3135 or equivalent. Content area reading problems and solutions; the reading process, approaches, skills, and materials.
EDCI 3137 Assessing and Guiding Classroom Reading Instruction (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2400, 3000, and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3200, 3127, and 4460. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural, multi-level settings. Advanced reading instruction experience with particular emphasis on assessment in diverse and multicultural settings.
EDCI 3142 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School English (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in 21 of the 24 sem. hrs. of English courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school English. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3143 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School French (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in 23 of the 26 sem. hrs. of French courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school French. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3144 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Social Studies (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in 21 sem. hrs. of the social studies courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school social studies. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Techniques, strategies, and materials for teaching secondary school social studies.
EDCI 3145 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Latin (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in the Latin courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school Latin. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3146 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Mathematics (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in 17 of the 20 sem. hrs. of mathematics courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school mathematics. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Techniques, strategies, and materials for teaching secondary school mathematics.
EDCI 3147 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Science (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040; 8 sem. hrs. of biology (BIOL 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004 or BIOL 1201, 1208, and either BIOL 1402 or 1502; 8 sem. hrs. of chemistry (CHEM 1201, 1202, 1212); 8 sem. hrs. of physics (PHYS 2001, 2002, 2009, 2108 or PHYS 2101, 2102, 2108, 2109); and credit for or registration in at least 8 additional sem. hrs. from among the science courses required for the teaching major (biology, chemistry, or physics) or minor (biology, chemistry, physics, or general science) selected by the student. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3148 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Speech (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in the speech courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school speech. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3149 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Secondary School Spanish (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2040 and credit for or registration in 23 of the 26 sem. hrs. of Spanish courses required for a teaching minor in secondary school Spanish. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3160 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Art in Elementary and Secondary Schools (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2045 and credit for or registration in 25 of the 31 sem. hrs. of art courses required for a teaching minor in art. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings.
EDCI 3170 [Not Offered] Principles of Teaching Elementary School Music (3 credits)
Materials, methods, and current trends.
EDCI 3171 [Not Offered] Principles of Teaching Secondary School Music (3 credits)
Materials, methods, and current trends.
EDCI 3181 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods in Communicative Disorders in the Elementary and Secondary Schools (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2025, completion of all speech courses required in curriculum, and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3641. Speech, language, and hearing services in the public schools; organization and implementation.
EDCI 3200 Reading, Writing, and Oral Communication in the Elementary School (6 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2400, 3000 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3127 , 3137, and 4460. 3 hrs. lecture; 6 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural, multi-level settings. Principles and practices of an effective program in reading, writing, and the oral language arts in grades 1-5.
EDCI 3223 [Not Offered] Adolescent Literature (3 credits)
See ENGL 3223.
EDCI 3381 ECE CURRICULUM (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3382 ECE PEDAGOGY (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3383 ASSESS/PLAN REFL INS (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3400 [Not Offered] Educational Principles, Policies, and Practices for Special Populations (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience. Current issues in identification, assessment, and instruction in the mainstream classroom for diverse students, such as different racial/ethnic groups.
EDCI 3481 [Not Offered] Curriculum in Grades 1-3 (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 3381, 3382, 3383; membership in PK-3 teacher education program; and concurrent enrollment in HUEC 3056, EDCI 3482, and 3483. Comprehensive, integrated curriculum content for children in grades 1-3: reading/language arts, mathematics, social studies, science, and the arts.
EDCI 3482 [Not Offered] Pedagogy in Grades 1-3 (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 3055; HUEC 3381, 3383; membership in PK-3 teacher education program; and concurrent enrollment in HUEC 3056, EDCI 3481, and 3483. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multi-level, multicultural settings. Instructional strategies and materials for children in grades 1-3.
EDCI 3483 [Not Offered] Assessment and Planning for Reflective Instruction: Grades 1-3 (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 3055; HUEC 3381, 3382, 3383; membership in PK-3 teacher education program; and concurrent enrollment in HUEC 3056, EDCI 3481, and 3482. 1 hr. lecture; 6 hrs. lab/field experience in multi-level, multicultural settings. The process of building the teaching and learning cycle (assessing, planning, teaching, reflecting) into integrated instruction of children in grades 1-3.
EDCI 3500 [Not Offered] KNOW/LEARN MATH/SCI (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3550 [Not Offered] CLASSRM INTERACTIONS (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3625 Student Teaching in the Elementary Grades (12 credits)
Prereq.: see �Requirements for Student Teaching.�2 hrs. lecture; 30 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading.
EDCI 3630 [Not Offered] Student Teaching in the Elementary and Secondary Gr ades (12 credits)
Prereq.: see �Requirements for Student Teaching.�2 hrs. lecture; 30 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading.
EDCI 3635 [Not Offered] Student Teaching in the Secondary Grades (12 credits)
Prereq.: see �Requirements for Student Teaching.�2 hrs. lecture; 30 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading.
EDCI 3640 [Not Offered] STU TEACH GEN SPED (9.0 credits)
EDCI 3641 [Not Offered] Student Teaching in Communicative Disorders in the Elementary and Secondary Schools (12 credits)
Prereq.: concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3181. See �Requirements for Student Teaching.�1 hr. lecture; 30 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading.
EDCI 3701 Assessment for Special Education Instructional Practice (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2700 and admission to a Teacher Education Program. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience. Requires practical field experience with student(s) with disabilities in a school environment. Does not satisfy the Louisiana requirements for certification as an Exceptional Diagnostician. Assessing performance of students with disabilities; interpreting standardized test results; designing and using assessment in the classroom; instructional design based on assessment data.
EDCI 3702 Instructional Practice for Students with Disabilities I (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 3701. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Instructional methods, procedures, and materials for teaching students with mild to moderate learning and behavior problems; overview of various methods and introductory procedures for explicit instruction and ongoing assessment.
EDCI 3703 Instructional Practice for Students with Disabilities II (3 credits)
F Prereq.: EDCI 3702. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Advanced instructional methods, procedures, and materials for teaching students with mild to moderate learning and behavior problems; includes the use of explicit instruction in academic subjects and ongoing assessment techniques; emphasis on reflective practice and making informed instructional decisions.
EDCI 3704 IMPROV LANG SKILLS (3.0 credits)
EDCI 3712 [Not Offered] Secondary Methods and Transition Planning in Special Education (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 3702. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Application of foundational knowledge in secondary programs for students with mild to moderate disabilities; focus on the design, delivery, and evaluation of transition services to post-school environments.

4000

EDCI 4003 Curriculum and Pedagogy in Secondary Disciplines (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3002 and concurrent enrollment in one of the following: BIOL 4003, CHEM 4003, ENGL 4203, FREN 4403, HIST 4403, MATH 4003, PHYS 4003, or SPAN 4003, or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4465. Applying instructional approaches in particular subject areas for middle and high school students.
EDCI 4004 Critical Issues in Secondary School Content Area Teaching (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 4003 or permission of instructor. May be repeated for credit in a second subject area. 2 hrs. lecture; 3 hrs. lab/field experience in multicultural settings. Credit will not be given for both this course and EDCI 4466. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in specific school subjects.
EDCI 4005 Student Teaching in Grades 6-12 (9 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 4003 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4004 and in one of the following: BIOL 4004, CHEM 4004, ENGL 4204, FREN 4404, HIST 4404, MATH 4004, PHYS 4004, SPAN 4004. 1 hr. lecture; 24 hrs. lab/field experience in diverse multicultural settings. All day, all semester student teaching experiences, including observation, participation, and a minimum of 180 actual clock hours of teaching (with a substantial portion of the 180 hrs. in a full day teaching) under the supervision of an assigned public school mentor teacher.
EDCI 4006 STU TEACH MATH/SCI (9.0 credits)
EDCI 4025 [Not Offered] Modern Principles and Practices in the Elementary School (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. Current issues in elementary education; research findings applied to the solution of instructional problems.
EDCI 4030 [Not Offered] Middle School Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)
Principles and practices of middle grades education with emphasis on reflective practice and middle grades students.
EDCI 4040 [Not Offered] Principles of Secondary Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. Analysis of criticisms of secondary education; functions of schools and institutions in a complex political, social, and economic matrix; current theories and relevant research.
EDCI 4055 [Not Offered] Principles and Practices in Kindergarten Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 3055 or PSYC 2076; 2.50 gpa required for registration. Same as HUEC 4055. Classroom organization and instructional management using pre-academic objectives for kindergarten as an entry point into elementary school.
EDCI 4057 [Not Offered] Methods of Teaching Nursery School and Kindergarten (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 3055 or PSYC 2076. 2.50 gpa required for registration. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Same as HUEC 4057. Essentials needed for successful involvement with children from various socioeconomic and cultural groups at the nursery/kindergarten level; teaching methods, and materials providing optimum learning experiences for the child under six.
EDCI 4058 [Not Offered] Student Teaching in the Kindergarten (5 credits)
See HUEC 4058.
EDCI 4113 [Not Offered] Language Acquisition and Development of Communication Skills in the Young Child (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3112 or equivalent. Analysis of stages of native language acquisition and development of communication skills in children from birth to six years.
EDCI 4241 [Not Offered] Special Studies in Art Education (3 credits)
Research in areas directly related to the teaching of art.
EDCI 4269 [Not Offered] Art Education Workshop (3 credits)
Art as an integral part of the school curriculum; art activities and classroom procedures, materials, and techniques.
EDCI 4270 [Not Offered] Art Education Workshop (3 credits)
Art as an integral part of the school curriculum; art activities and classroom procedures, materials, and techniques.
EDCI 4272 [Not Offered] Current Practices in Art Education (3 credits)
Contemporary trends and practices in art education; critical review of 4705 texts, journals, and other information sources.
EDCI 4273 [Not Offered] Art Education in the Elementary and Secondary Schools (3 credits)
For students concentrating in art education. Development of a functional art program for elementary and secondary schools; philosophy of art education, curriculum construction, teaching methods, planning, and measurement of the results of instruction.
EDCI 4274 [Not Offered] Art Education in the Elementary and Secondary Schools (3 credits)
For students concentrating in art education. Development of a functional art program for elementary and secondary schools; philosophy of art education, curriculum construction, teaching methods, planning, and measurement of the results of instruction.
EDCI 4381 [Not Offered] STUDENT TEACH: PK/K (2.0 credits)
EDCI 4382 CRIT ISS CHILD EDUC (3.0 credits)
EDCI 4450 [Not Offered] Principles and Practices in Secondary Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. Analysis of criticisms of secondary education and of current proposals for reform; conflicting conceptions of teaching, learning, cognition and related approaches to curriculum, instruction, and evaluation; current theoretical and research approaches; implications for educational policy and practice.
EDCI 4455 [Not Offered] Principles and Practices in K-12 Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. Analysis of criticisms of K-12 education and of current proposals for reform; conflicting conceptions of teaching, learning, cognition and related approaches to curriculum, instruction, and evaluation; current theoretical and research approaches; implications for educational policy and practice.
EDCI 4460 Planning, Managing, and Evaluating School Instruction (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2400, 3000 and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 3127, 3137, and 3200. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Exploration and observation of skills and techniques for organizing and assessing learning in schools.
EDCI 4465 Seminar: Reflective Teaching in Secondary Subjects (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Critical issues and pedagogical practices related to the reflective teacher of English, social studies, science, or mathematics.
EDCI 4466 [Not Offered] Seminar: Critical Issues in Secondary School Teaching (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Critical issues in the nature of knowledge and inquiry in school subjects: English, mathematics, science, and social studies.
EDCI 4470 [Not Offered] Reflective Practice in Foreign Language Education: K-12 (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. Class observation is required. Current theories in foreign language learning; lesson plans for different approaches and methodologies; analysis of textbooks and materials for elementary and secondary schools.
EDCI 4472 [Not Offered] Teaching for Communication: K-12 (3 credits)
Methods and techniques conducive to language proficiency; development of listening, reading, speaking, writing skills; integration of theory and practice in peer-teaching, mini-lessons, and hands-on activities; emphasis on use of foreign language as vehicle of instruction.
EDCI 4481 Student Teaching: Practice and Reflection in Grades 1-3 (12 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 4381 and 4382; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4482. 4 hrs. lecture; 24 hrs. lab/field experience in multi-level, multicultural settings. Designed to partially fulfill student teaching requirements and to prepare student to be effective classroom teachers in grades 1-3.
EDCI 4482 [Not Offered] Capstone Seminar in Early Childhood Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: HUEC 4381 and 4382; concurrent enrollment in EDCI 4481. Critically analyzing epistemology and contexts of learning; conducting action research; communicating teaching expertise.
EDCI 4500 INSTR MODELS MATH/SC (3.0 credits)
EDCI 4606 [Not Offered] Materials and Methods for Teaching Computer Science (3 credits)
Prereq.: 3 sem. hrs. in computer science or equivalent. 3 hrs. lecture plus field experience. Materials and methods for planning instruction in computer science.
EDCI 4630 STUDENT TEACHING K12 (9.0 credits)
EDCI 4635 [Not Offered] Internship in Curriculum and Instruction (3-12 credits)
Prereq.: permission of the College of Education Office of Field Experiences. Pass-fail grading. Specific teaching or practicum experience in a public school setting; periodic evening seminars.
EDCI 4701 [Not Offered] Trends and Issues in Educating Learners with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
Su Requires field experience with student(s) with exceptionalities in a school environment. Exceptionality and special education; characteristics, educational needs, and instructional practice; current trends and issues in service provision.
EDCI 4703 CLSSRM MGT IN SPED (3.0 credits)
EDCI 4704 [Not Offered] Contingency Management with Exceptional Children (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 2700 or equivalent. Skills for behavior management of children in public school programs; theoretical and historical foundations; practical application of techniques.
EDCI 4705 [Not Offered] Learning and Behavior Principles Applied to Students with Exceptionalities (3 credits)
F,S Prereq.: EDCI 2700 and 4460. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab/field experience . Development of intervention programs based on the principles of applied behavior analysis; emphasis on proactive strategies that promote learning and prosocial behavior.
EDCI 4710 [Not Offered] Consultation, Collaboration, and Co-teaching (3 credits)
O Prereq.: EDCI 2700 or 4701. Professional roles; models and practices in building cooperative and inclusive environments for education; emphasis on consulting teacher, collaborative consultation, co-teaching, and building effective communications among educators, parents, and other professionals in providing education and other services to children with exceptionalities.
EDCI 4749 [Not Offered] Student Teaching in Special Education: Mild/Moderate Disabilities (9 credits)
F,S Prereq.: credit or registration in EDCI 4705. 1 hr. seminar; 30 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. Laboratory teaching experience to accompany the minor in special education.
EDCI 4800 [Not Offered] Teaching in the Multicultural Classroom (3 credits)
Strategies and resources for teaching students of cultural diversity in the classroom; development of units and activities of cultural variety.
EDCI 4900 [Not Offered] Special Topics in Curriculum and Instruction (1-3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. Methods, trends, and issues in curriculum and instruction.

5000

EDCI 5880 Special Topics in Education (1-3 credits)
Prereq.: consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 9 sem. hrs. of credit. New methods, trends, and techniques.

6000

EDCI 6701 [Not Offered] FOUND ABA IN EDUC (3.0 credits)
EDCI 6702 MEAS BEH ANA EVL ED (3.0 credits)
EDCI 6703 [Not Offered] PRO POS BEH CHG ED (3.0 credits)
EDCI 6704 [Not Offered] APP BEH ANALY PRACT (3.0 credits)

7000

EDCI 7002 [Not Offered] Trends and Issues in Mental Retardation (3 credits)
An in-depth examination of issues in mental retardation including diagnosis, etiology, current theory, and delivery systems.
EDCI 7005 [Not Offered] Trends and Issues in Learning Disabilities (3 credits)
F-E An in-depth study of the meaning and concepts associated with the field of learning disabilities and the divergent characteristics of children with language, academic, and cognitive impairments.
EDCI 7008 [Not Offered] Trends and Issues in Emotional and Behavioral Disturbance (3 credits)
F-O An in-depth examination of issues and trends in emotional and behavioral disturbance including diagnosis, etiology, current theory, and delivery systems.
EDCI 7009 Advanced Evaluation and Assessment for Students at-Risk (3 credits)
F Prereq.: EDCI 3701 or equivalent. Requires practical field experience with students with disabilities in a school environment. Identification and diagnosis of learning and behavior problems; IDEA and Section 504 legal requirements; administration and interpretation of individually administered standardized tests, design of classroom-based assessments and methods of comparative analysis; instructional and service recommendations based on multifaceted assessment.
EDCI 7010 [Not Offered] Advanced Practicum in Evaluation and Assessment (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 7009. Supervised experience in educational evaluation and assessment; practical and in-depth approach; procedures for prereferral screening, for conducting individual assessments, including evaluating for eligibility, interpreting data for instructional decisionmaking, and for designing ongoing data collection systems.
EDCI 7011 [Not Offered] Administration and Supervision in Special Education (3 credits)
Su Study of the policies and procedures; organization, administration, and supervision of special education programs; specific emphasis on legal, financial, programmatic, and professional responsibilities, including the CEC and CASE standards for professional practice.
EDCI 7014 [Not Offered] Advocacy for Individuals with Disabilities (3 credits)
F Family/caregiver issues, responsibilities, and participation; the individual with disabilities as a member of the community; and legal issues specific to a free appropriate education in the least restrictive environment.
EDCI 7017 [Not Offered] Explicit Instructional Models for Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
F Prereq.: ELRC 4249. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Evaluating the research base and theories supporting the use of instructional and assessment models, including Direct Instruction Model and curriculum-based assessment.
EDCI 7018 [Not Offered] Strategic Ins tructional Models for Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
S Prereq.: ELRC 4249. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Evaluating the research base and theories supporting the use of strategic instructional and assessment models; emphasis on the use of strategic instruction with students with mild to moderate disabilities.
EDCI 7019 [Not Offered] Teaching Social and Functional Skills to Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
Su Prereq.: EDCI 4701, 4704, or equivalents. Instructional planning and methods for teaching functional and social behavior to students with disabilities.
EDCI 7021 [Not Offered] Legal and Ethical Issues in Special Education (3 credits)
Su Legal and ethical issues in special education; specific emphasis on IDEA, Section 504, case law, regulatory issues, professional responsibilities, and CEC standards for professional practice.
EDCI 7024 [Not Offered] Seminar on Transition for Students with Disabilities (3 credits)
S An in-depth examination of the secondary/postsecondary transition of students with mild disabilities.
EDCI 7033 [Not Offered] Quality Assurance in Special Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7021, special education law, or permission of instructor. 3 hrs. lecture; 1 hr. lab. The design and implementation of quality assurance and compliance monitoring for programs serving students with disabilities; focus on the federal and state program requirements and quality assurance approaches prevalent in the field of disabilities.
EDCI 7054 [Not Offered] CHILD GUIDNCE & BEHA (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7055 [Not Offered] HUMAN DEVELOPMENT (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7056 THEORIES CHLD DVLPMT (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7059 [Not Offered] PAR INV ERLY CHLD ED (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7105 [Not Offered] Teaching Reading in the Elementary School (3 credits)
Current instructional procedures and research in reading instruction in the elementary school; approaches and ideas for teaching reading to culturally different students.
EDCI 7106 Teaching Reading to Students with Diverse Cultural Backgrounds (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7105 or 7135 or consent of instructor. Characteristics of learners from different cultural settings; analysis of methods and materials that support reading instruction for these students.
EDCI 7107 [Not Offered] Topics in Reading Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7105 or 7135 or equivalent. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. Issues and practices in elementary through adult reading education.
EDCI 7108 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Elementary School Science (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3125 or equivalent. Theoretical foundations, instructional skills, and materials for teaching elementary school science.
EDCI 7109 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Elementary School Mathematics (3 credits)
Techniques and materials for teaching elementary school mathematics; relationship between learning theories and acquisition of mathematical skills and concepts.
EDCI 7110 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Elementary School Social Studies (3 credits)
Methods and materials for teaching elementary-level social studies.
EDCI 7111 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Elementary School Language Arts (3 credits)
Practices and curricula in the teaching of elementary school language arts.
EDCI 7112 [Not Offered] EARLY LITERACY DEVEL (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7125 [Not Offered] Teaching Reading to the Adult Learner (3 credits)
Theory, research, and practical application.
EDCI 7130 [Not Offered] Techniques and Resources for Reading Instruction (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7105 or 7135 or equivalent. Methods and materials in all areas of reading; demonstration and student production; application of materials and methods for effective reading instruction.
EDCI 7131 [Not Offered] Developing Learning Skills Through Content Reading (3 credits)
Relationships between learning skills and content areas; the reading process; materials and research related to reading.
EDCI 7135 Techniques for Teaching Reading in the Middle and Secondary School (3 credits)
Reading skills appropriate for the upper levels; approaches for teaching reading; techniques for improving the school reading program.
EDCI 7140 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Social Studies in Secondary Schools (3 credits)
Theory and research with practical application to areas of study needed to teach social studies in the secondary school.
EDCI 7141 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary Schools (3 credits)
Practices and issues in techniques and materials for teaching mathematics in secondary schools; relationship between learning theories and acquisition of mathematical skills and concepts.
EDCI 7142 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of English in Secondary Schools (3 credits)
EDCI 7143 [Not Offered] The Teaching of Literature in Secondary Schools (3 credits)
EDCI 7147 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Secondary School Science (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3147 or equivalent; and science teaching experience . Instructional materials, evaluation practices, and science teaching skills for grades 6-12.
EDCI 7149 [Not Offered] Studies in the Teaching of Foreign Languages (3 credits)
Prereq.: completion of an undergraduate foreign language methods course and/or teaching experience; or consent of instructor. Principles and current research related to the teaching of foreign languages.
EDCI 7205 [Not Offered] Critical Analysis of Current Resear ch in Reading (3 credits)
Prereq.: 12 hours of graduate reading courses or equivalent. Evaluation of current and needed research; application of research findings in the instructional program.
EDCI 7247 [Not Offered] Teaching in the Science Laboratory (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3147 or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Interpreting research in laboratory science instruction; use of results to generate creative laboratory activities.
EDCI 7269 [Not Offered] Foundations of Art Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: graduate standing in art education or consent of instructor. Development of theory and philosophy leading to contemporary practices in art education.
EDCI 7271 [Not Offered] Development and Administration of an Art Education Curriculum (3 credits)
EDCI 7272 [Not Offered] Development and Administration of an Art Education Curriculum (3 credits)
EDCI 7307 Topics in Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.
EDCI 7308 [Not Offered] Topics in Science Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3147 or 7108; or equivalent. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.
EDCI 7309 [Not Offered] Topics in Mathematics Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7109 or 7141 or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.
EDCI 7310 [Not Offered] Topics in Social Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7110 or 7140; or equivalent. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.
EDCI 7311 [Not Offered] Topics in Language Arts Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7111 or 7142; or equivalent. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary. Selected topic in a specific subject matter, level of instruction, or a methodological problem in teaching English language arts.
EDCI 7312 [Not Offered] Diagnos tic and Prescriptive Teaching in Mathematics (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7109 or EDCI 7141. Techniques for assessing students' skill levels and understanding in K-12 mathematics and for tailoring instruction to individual needs.
EDCI 7313 [Not Offered] Teaching Literature in the Elementary School (3 credits)
Role of literature in elementary education; relevant teaching issues and strategies; integration of literature into the elementary curriculum.
EDCI 7314 [Not Offered] Teaching Written Composition in the Elementary School (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 3113 or equivalent. Practices and curricula in the teaching of written composition in the elementary school; its relationship to language arts instruction.
EDCI 7315 Teaching Multicultural Children's Literature (3 credits)
Multicultural literature for children from elementary through junior high school; historical and contemporary perspectives; implications for the classroom.
EDCI 7450 [Not Offered] Designing and Delivering the Secondary or K-12 Curriculum (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 4450 or 4455. Principles of education applied to vital aspects of teaching practice in all content areas: language, literacy, and reading; student needs and characteristics; multicultural and global education; uses of technology; assessment and evaluation.
EDCI 7455 [Not Offered] Foundations of Secondary or K-12 Educational Theory, Policy, and Practice (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership and completion of EDCI 7460, 7461, or consent of instructor. Social contexts, history, and philosophy of current and perennial issues in education; conflicting purposes and functions of public schooling; economic and political analysis of educational policy; implications of conflicting approaches to teaching and learning; current theory and research.
EDCI 7460 Fall Practicum in Secondary or K-12 Schools (6 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. 1 hr. lecture; 10 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. First of two practica in local schools.
EDCI 7461 [Not Offered] Spring Practicum in Secondary or K-12 Schools (6 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. 1 hr. lecture; 10 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. Second of two practica in local schools.
EDCI 7465 [Not Offered] Seminar: The Teacher-Researcher in Secondary School Subjects (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. when topics vary. Study of teacher-researcher literature; its application to secondary teaching and curriculum in the subject area (English, mathematics, science, or social studies).
EDCI 7467 [Not Offered] Teaching Culture in the Foreign Language Class: K-12 (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. Class observation is required. Development of an awareness of cultures; techniques for presenting the foreign culture; integration of the four skills in daily lessons; use of authentic cultural materials.
EDCI 7468 [Not Offered] The Teacher-Researcher in Art Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor. Study of teacher-researcher literature and its application to art education.
EDCI 7475 [Not Offered] Research Project in Secondary or K-12 Teacher Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership and completion of EDCI 7460 and 7461 or consent of instructor. May be taken for a max. of 6 sem. hrs. of credit when topics vary. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Development, completion, and presentation of a research problem in curriculum and instruction that grows out of fifth-year clinical experiences and precedes course work.
EDCI 7480 Teaching Practicum I (6 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7482, 7484. 20 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. Along with the Seminar in Teaching Research and the Master's Project, this course is designed to partially fulfill student teaching requirements and to prepare students to be effective classroom teachers.
EDCI 7481 [Not Offered] Teaching Practicum II (6 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7483, 7485. 20 hrs. lab. Pass-fail grading. Along with the Seminar in Teaching Research and the Master's Project, this course is designed to partially fulfill student teaching requirements and to prepare students to be effective classroom teachers.
EDCI 7482 [Not Offered] Seminar in Teaching Research I (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7480, 7484. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. An integral part of the fifth-year teaching research project; along with the Teaching Practicum and the Master's Project, this course partially fulfills student teaching requirements.
EDCI 7483 Seminar in Teaching Research II (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7481, 7485. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. An integral part of the fifth-year teaching research project; along with the Teaching Practicum and the Master's Project, this course partially fulfills student teaching requirements.
EDCI 7484 [Not Offered] Master's Project I (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7480, 7482. Development and completion of a research problem in curriculum and instruction that grows out of the first semester's clinical experience.
EDCI 7485 [Not Offered] Master's Project II (3 credits)
Prereq.: cohort membership or consent of instructor and concurrent enrollment in EDCI 7481, 7483. Development and completion of a research problem in curriculum and instruction that grows out of the second and culminating semester's clinical experience.
EDCI 7610 [Not Offered] Advanced Seminar and Practicum in Curriculum and Instruction (3-6 credits)
The student, major professor, and a committee will structure experiences around the student's needs and interests.
EDCI 7682 Assessment Techniques and Practicum in Reading (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7105, 7135, or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Mastery level skills for evaluating reading strengths and weaknesses of elementary and secondary school students; theoretical models and a practicum for applying techniques.
EDCI 7683 [Not Offered] Guiding Classroom Instruction and Practicum in Reading (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7105 and 7682; or equivalent. 2 hrs. lecture; 2 hrs. lab. Procedures for guiding instruction in reading; theory and practice.
EDCI 7684 [Not Offered] Advanced Internship in Reading (6 credits)
Prereq.: advanced standing in the specialist or doctoral program or equivalent. 1 hr. lecture; 10 hrs. lab. Field experiences in various job-related settings. Teaching experiences at the local school and university levels; administrative experience at the parish level, and consultant experience at the state level.
EDCI 7685 [Not Offered] Applied Research in Reading (3 credits)
Prereq.: enrollment in advanced graduate program and ELRC 4249; or equivalent. Individual research projects.
EDCI 7701 [Not Offered] Advanced Seminar in Special Education I (3 credits)
F Prereq.: ELRC 4249. Current trends and issues in special education, including legal/ethical considerations, history, theory, and seminal research.
EDCI 7702 [Not Offered] Advanced Seminar in Special Education II (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 7701. Current trends and issues in special education, including seminal research and instructional methodology; builds upon primary concepts presented in EDCI 7701, with emphasis on the further development of oral and written expression skills.
EDCI 7705 [Not Offered] APPLIED LRNG THEORY (3.0 credits)
EDCI 7713 [Not Offered] Individual Study in Special Education (3 credits)
EDCI 7727 [Not Offered] Behavior Analysis in Special Education (3 credits)
F-E Prereq.: EDCI 4705 or PSYC 4030. Requires intermediate understanding of research and applied behavior. Advanced course in the understanding and application of single case experimental designs in special education and related disciplines.
EDCI 7760 Nature and Needs of the Gifted and Talented (3 credits)
V Historical perspective, social, emotional, and educational characteristics; administrative considerations; sociological and psychological studies; special populations.
EDCI 7761 [Not Offered] Models and Strategies for Teaching the Gifted (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 7760 or equivalent. Examination of models, teaching strategies, and resources for planning appropriate learning experiences for gifted and talented students in diverse settings.
EDCI 7762 Creative Behavior (3 credits)
V Nature and analysis of creative behavior; appraisal and implementation of specific processes designed to encourage creative productivity.
EDCI 7763 [Not Offered] Developing Curriculum for the Gifted (3 credits)
Su Prereq.: EDCI 7761. An examination of curricular theories and models for use in gifted education programs, including the development and evaluation of educational plans for individuals and groups.
EDCI 7764 [Not Offered] Social and Emotional Development of the Gifted (3 credits)
S Prereq.: EDCI 7760. In depth study of the social and emotional development of the gifted; specific emphasis on underachievement, counseling, youth with special needs, and working with other mental health professionals in the school setting.
EDCI 7768 [Not Offered] Practicum in Education for the Gifted (3-6 credits)
V Prereq.: EDCI 7760, 7761, and 7762. Planning, implementing, and evaluating teaching strategies, materials, and counseling techniques in a school program.
EDCI 7810 [Not Offered] Current Trends in Secondary School Instruction (3 credits)
Contemporary patterns in organization, administration, curriculum, and governance of the modern secondary school.
EDCI 7811 [Not Offered] Seminar in Current Trends in Education Literature (3 credits)
Seminar for beginning doctoral students in curriculum and instruction. May be taken for a max. of 6 hrs. of credit when topics vary.
EDCI 7821 Problems in Curriculum and Instruction (2-4 credits)
For advanced graduate students who are qualified to undertake individual problems.
EDCI 7822 [Not Offered] Problems in Curriculum and Instruction (2-4 credits)
For advanced graduate students who are qualified to undertake individual problems.
EDCI 7824 [Not Offered] Elementary School Curriculum (3 credits)
Content, organization, and evaluation of the elementary school curriculum.
EDCI 7825 [Not Offered] Secondary School Curr iculum (3 credits)
Content, organization, and evaluation of the secondary school curriculum.
EDCI 7830 [Not Offered] Advanced Seminar in Junior High/Middle School Instruction (3 credits)
For advanced students in elementary and secondary education with special interest in the instructional program for early adolescents.
EDCI 7843 [Not Offered] Early Childhood Education (3 credits)
See HUEC 7843. Historical, theoretical, philosophical, and programmatic issues that effect contemporary early childhood education.
EDCI 7844 [Not Offered] Creativity in Early Childhood Education (3 credits)
Role of creativity in designing the educational environment for young children; philosophy, teaching techniques, and instructional planning; role of parents, teachers, and today's multicultural society in the development of creativity.
EDCI 7845 [Not Offered] Teaching Concepts in Early Childhood (3 credits)
Methods and materials for the teaching of mathematics, science, and social studies concepts in the early childhood curriculum.
EDCI 7846 [Not Offered] Diagnostic Teaching in Early Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 4055 or equivalent. Using age-level competency skills for developing diagnostic strategies for young children to be used as the basis for instructional planning.
EDCI 7880 [Not Offered] Seminar in Reading (2 credits)
May be taken for a max. of 8 sem. hrs. credit when topics vary; a minimum of 4 sem. hrs. is required for each doctoral student in reading. Special topics not covered in other reading courses.
EDCI 7900 [Not Offered] Doctoral Orientation Seminar (1 credits)
Orientation to the doctoral program for new and resident doctoral students. Pass-fail grading.
EDCI 7901 Curriculum Theory (3 credits)
Means for strengthening the curriculum; links between past and current concepts of curriculum.
EDCI 7902 [Not Offered] Analysis of Research on Teaching (3 credits)
Prereq.: ELRC 7006 or equivalent. Theory of design and application of research related to systematized instruction.
EDCI 7903 [Not Offered] Curriculum Planning (3 credits)
Prereq.: EDCI 7901 or equivalent. Principles of curriculum needs assessment, design, implementation, and evaluation.
EDCI 7904 [Not Offered] Education and Cognition (3 credits)
S Understanding human cognition and cognitive change; implications for educational theory, practice, and research.
EDCI 7910 [Not Offered] Traditions of Inquiry in Education (3 credits)
Prereq.: ELRC 7299 or permission of instructor. Theoretical and methodological issues related to research traditions in education; development of major traditions.
EDCI 7920 [Not Offered] Analysis of Research in Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)
Prereq.: ELRC 7241 or equivalent. A max. of 6 sem. hrs. may be earned in this series; only 3 sem. hrs. may be earned in any one area. Factors influencing research and critical analysis of selected research in one of the following areas: curriculum, mathematics, science, language arts, social, or early childhood education.
EDCI 7921 [Not Offered] Analysis of Research in Curriculum and Instruction (3 credits)
Prereq.: ELRC 7241 or equivalent. A max. of 6 sem. hrs. may be earned in this series; only 3 sem. hrs. may be earned in any one area. Factors influencing research and critical analysis of selected research in one of the following areas: curriculum, mathematics, science, language arts, social, or early childhood education.
EDCI 7930 Seminar: Curriculum and Instruction (1-6 credits)
A max. of 6 sem. hrs. may be earned in this series when topics vary. Trends and issues in one of the following areas: curriculum, mathematics, science, language arts, social, or early childhood education.
EDCI 7931 Seminar: Curriculum and Instruction (1-6 credits)
A max. of 6 sem. hrs. may be earned in this series when topics vary. Trends and issues in one of the following areas: curriculum, mathematics, science, language arts, social, or early childhood education.

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EDCI 8000 Thesis Research (1-12 per sem. credits)
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EDCI 9000 Dissertation Research (1-12 per sem. credits)
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