Featured Courses

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EDUCST 5880.07: Interprofessional Approaches to Child Abuse and Neglect

Tuesdays 3:30-5:15
Online
2 credit hours
Undergraduate and Graduate Students
Contact: Stephanie Flood

Students will learn about child abuse and neglect through a socio-ecological lens examining individual, interpersonal, organizational, community, and political establishments synthesizing literatures of psychology, development, law, ethics, education, and social work.


ESEPOL 3312: Conflict, Power, and Voice in Public Education

Wednesdays 2-3:30
Hybrid
3 credit hours
Undergraduate Students
Contact: Rhodesia McMillian

The course explores various conflicting purposes of education, the multiple stakeholders and conflicting interests in education, power and authority in education, issues of representation, agency, and change.


ESHESA 3200: Who are You and What are You Doing Here? Understanding Self: Epistemic, Identity, and Social Awareness

Mondays 12:45-3:25
Hybrid
3 credit hours
Undergraduate Students
Contact: Zach Hooten

This course focuses on the role of student development theory and its use in helping students examine how they grow as a result of the college experience. Students will learn about the core issues in higher education and explore a potential career in student affairs.


ESEADM 8895: Culturally Responsive School Leadership

Online
3 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Muhammad Khalifa

This course covers the histories, contexts, and major strands of culturally responsive school leadership, including: bias and systemic change, critical self-reflection, students identity, school climate, instructional leadership, and community engagement.


ESQREM 6641: Introduction to Educational Statistics

Lecture: Mondays, 4:10-6:50; Lab: Wednesday 12:00-1:30 OR 4:30-6:00
Online
4 credit hours
Graduate Students
Contact: Eric Anderman

This online course introduces descriptive and inferential statistical techniques within the context of education. Emphasis is on applications to real-world data. Students will gain experience using statistical software to analyze and interpret data.