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    Mississippi University for Women
   
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Undergraduate Bulletin

12. Courses


 
   •  EC 499 - Independent Projects in Economics
   •  ED 100 - Reading For College
   •  ED 101 - Praxis Seminar (Writing)
   •  ED 206 - Developing Critical And Creative Thinking
   •  ED 297 - The Computer and the Classroom
   •  ED 299 - Special Topics in Education
   •  ED 300 - Education as a Profession
   •  ED 302 - Art and Science of Teaching
   •  ED 304 - Principles of Early Childhood Learning
   •  ED 305 - Teaching Mathematics in Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  ED 306 - Introduction to Exceptional Learners
   •  ED 307 - Children's Literature in Pre-K Through Grade 3
   •  ED 309 - Mathematics in K-3
   •  ED 310 - Teaching Social Studies in Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  ED 312 - Teaching Science in Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  ED 317 - Behaviors in Early Childhood
   •  ED 319 - Early Childhood Language and Literacy
   •  ED 320 - Developmentally Appropriate Materials and Methods in Early Childhood Education
   •  ED 334 - Methods for Teaching Reading and Language Arts in the Elementary and Middle Schools
   •  ED 335 - Elementary Residency 3
   •  ED 351 - Educational Measurement
   •  ED 361 - Early Literacy Instruction I
   •  ED 362 - Early Literacy Instruction II
   •  ED 365 - Content Area Reading
   •  ED 366 - Reading Assessment and Intervention
   •  ED 401 - Teacher Internship Seminar: Classroom Management
   •  ED 406 - Observation and Directed Teaching Grades K-8
   •  ED 407 - Observation and Directed Teaching Grades K-12
   •  ED 409 - Observation and Directed Teaching in Secondary Education Grades 7-12
   •  ED 498 - Instructional Technology
   •  ED 499 - Special Topics In Education
   •  EDS 313 - Introduction to Special Education
   •  EDS 320 - Education of the Mildly/Moderately Handicapped
   •  EDS 324 - Teaching in the Inclusion Classroom
   •  EDS 330 - Procedures for the Resource Room
   •  EDS 414 - Practicum in the Elementary Resource Room
   •  EDS 415 - Practicum in the Secondary Resource Room
   •  EN 100 - Basic Writing
   •  EN 101 - English Composition I
   •  EN 102 - English Composition II
   •  EN 201 - Survey of Early English Literature
   •  EN 202 - Survey of Late English Literature
   •  EN 203 - Survey of Early American Literature
   •  EN 204 - Survey of Late American Literature
   •  EN 231 - Survey of Early World Literature
   •  EN 232 - Survey of Late World Literature
   •  EN 291 - Methods for Tutors of Writing
   •  EN 299 - Special Topics in English
   •  EN 300 - Advanced Composition
   •  EN 302 - History and Structure of the English Language
   •  EN 303 - Early Shakespeare
   •  EN 304 - Late Shakespeare
   •  EN 305 - Advanced Grammar
   •  EN 311 - Nonfiction Writing
   •  EN 312 - Creative Writing
   •  EN 317 - Technical and Business Writing
   •  EN 334 - Ancient Greek and Roman Myth
   •  EN 341 - Teaching English as a Second Language
   •  EN 342 - Second Language Acquisition
   •  EN 350 - Women in Literature
   •  EN 355 - The Bible as Literature
   •  EN 360 - African-American Literature
   •  EN 370 - Ethnic American Literatures
   •  EN 375 - Women in Medieval Literature
   •  EN 380 - Native American Literatures and Religions
   •  EN 401 - Internship
   •  EN 409 - Literature for Adolescents and Older Children
   •  EN 410 - Methods & Materials in Secondary English
   •  EN 411 - Fiction Writing Workshop
   •  EN 412 - Poetry Writing Workshop
   •  EN 415 - Advanced Writing Workshop
   •  EN 419 - Senior Portfolio
   •  EN 420 - Seminar in English Literature
   •  EN 425 - Seminar in American Literature
   •  EN 426 - Seminar in World Literature
   •  EN 428 - Independent Study in English
   •  EN 433 - Literature in the Postcolonial World
   •  EN 444 - The Earliest English Literature
   •  EN 445 - Chaucer and the Medieval World
   •  EN 453 - Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama
   •  EN 455 - Early Modern Poetry
   •  EN 473 - Restoration and Eighteenth-Century British Literature
   •  EN 474 - Early British Gothic Literature
   •  EN 475 - The English Novel
   •  EN 478 - English Literature of the Early Nineteenth Century
   •  EN 479 - English Literature of the Later Nineteenth Century
   •  EN 480 - Literary Theory
   •  EN 484 - American Literature of the Early Nineteenth Century
   •  EN 485 - American Literature of the Later Nineteenth Century
   •  EN 490 - The Literature of the South
   •  EN 491 - Modern Poetry
   •  EN 492 - Contemporary Poetry
   •  EN 493 - Modern Fiction
   •  EN 494 - Contemporary Fiction
   •  EN 495 - Drama from the Nineteenth-Century to the Present
   •  EN 499 - English Capstone Course
   •  ENT 280 - Introduction to Entrepreneurship
   •  ENT 372 - Entrepreneurial Finance
   •  ENT 399 - Special Topics in Entrepreneurship
   •  ENT 400 - Internship in Entrpreneurship
 

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