College of Education Courses

For courses for each of the programs, consult the programs individually:

EDUC 199 Special Studies: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable. Recent topics include exploring careers in education.

EDUC 399 Special Studies: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 406 Special Problems: [Topic]
116 Credits
Repeatable. Recent topics include peer advising experience.

EDUC 407 Seminar: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 408 Workshop: [Topic]
1-18 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 410 Experimental Course: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 507 Seminar: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 508 Workshop: [Topic]
118 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 510 Experimental Course: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 602 Supervised College Teaching
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 605 Reading and Conference: [Topic]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 606 Special Problems: [Topic]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 607 Seminar: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable. Recent topics include advanced professional practices.

EDUC 609 Practicum: [Topic]
116 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 610 Experimental Course: [Topic]
15 Credits
Repeatable.

EDUC 611 Survey of Educational Research Methods
3 Credits
Survey of qualitative, quantitative, and single-subject research methods. Students develop competence in using published research to inform decision making in various settings.

EDUC 612 Social Science Research Design
4 Credits
Overview of qualitative, quantitative, and single-subject research methods. Emphasis on introducing students to considerations, issues, and techniques of social science research design.

EDUC 614 Educational Statistics
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 612
Foundations of statistical methods for research producers. Covers sampling methods, descriptive statistics, standard scores, distributions, estimation, statisticalsignificance testing, T tests, correlation, Pearson’s chi-square test, power, effect size.

EDUC 620 Program Evaluation I
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 640
Focuses on small-scale evaluations, particularly in the field of education and human services. Students plan and design an evaluation.

EDUC 621 Program Evaluation II
36 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 620
Implementation and completion of the evaluation design defined in Program Evaluation I.

EDUC 630 Qualitative Methodology I: Interpretivist Inquiry
4 Credits
Examines the history of qualitative research in the study of human experience, emphasizing interpretive approaches to qualitative research that retain the regulative ideal of objectivity.

EDUC 632 Qualitative Methodology II: Postcritical Inquiry
4 Credits – Prerequisite or corequisite: EDUC 630
Explores the epistemic limits of representing human experience, and the political and ethical implications for researchers beginning with Marx.

EDUC 634 Qualitative Methodology III: Posthumanist Inquiry
4 Credits – Prerequisite or corequisite: EDUC 630, EDUC 632
Examines theoretical influences on qualitative research beginning with those associated with the linguistic turn, then critiquing the linguistic turn, and ending with the ontological turn.

EDUC 636 Advanced Qualitative Methodology: New Materialisms
4 Credits – Prerequisite or corequisite: EDUC 630, EDUC 632, EDUC 634
Examines contemporary theoretical explorations prompted by “the new materialisms” and how questions of ontology and materiality produce considerations of agency, data, subjectivity, voice, and analysis.

EDUC 640 Applied Statistical Design and Analysis
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 614
Factor analysis of variance, planned comparisons, post hoc tests, trend analysis, effect size and strength of association measures, repeated measures designs.

EDUC 642 Multiple Regression in Educational Research
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 640
Application and use of multiple regression in educational research. Topics include bivariate regression, multiple regression with continuous and categorical independent variables.

EDUC 644 Applied Multivariate Statistics
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 640
Advanced statistical techniques including covariance analyses, discriminant function analysis, multivariate analysis of variance, principal components analysis, and exploratory factor analysis.

EDUC 646 Advanced Research Design
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 640
Provides a deeper understanding of educational research with an emphasis on principles of research designs and their use in applied research. Offered alternate years.

EDUC 650 Single-Subject Research Methods I
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 614
Basic single-subject design strategies and general procedures as well as issues related to conducting and analyzing single-subject research in applied settings.

EDUC 652 Single-Subject Research Methods II
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 650
Critical evaluation of single-subject and group-analysis research designs; elaboration on critical topics in single-subject methodology.

EDUC 654 Advanced Applied Behavior Analysis
4 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 652
Doctoral-level seminar designed to provide skills, practice, and knowledge in advanced methods and theory of applied behavior analysis.

EDUC 656 Advanced Analysis of Single-Case Research
3 Credits – Prerequisite: EDUC 650; one course in structural equation modeling or hierarchical linear modeling is recommended preparation; Sequence with EDUC 650, 652, 654. Offered alternate years. Focuses on application of statistical and meta-analytic strategies for analyzing single-case research.