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    Indiana University–Purdue University Fort Wayne
   
 
  Oct 22, 2017
 
 
    
2016-2017 Graduate Bulletin [Archived Catalog]

Course Descriptions


This area consists of course descriptions in an alphabetical order that parallels the order used in the Schedule of Classes. Because of certain groupings of courses by sponsoring departments, you will find some cross-references, such as Statistics (STAT)-See Mathematical Sciences.

Standard information for each course includes the number, title, and credits (sometimes called credit hours or semester hours). For some courses, you will find information about the hours of laboratory or studio for which the course is scheduled during each week of a regular semester; these weekly hours are expanded during summer sessions. Fees for courses are assessed on the basis of credits and other factors.

V.T. (Variable Title) is shown for courses approved for variable titles. The title used for the course may be changed to specify the topic or other special focus of each offering of the course.

The course numbering system generally suggests levels of difficulty and appropriateness. Undergraduate courses eligible for graduate credit have numbers below 500. Courses at the 500 level in Purdue University departments are open to both advanced undergraduate and graduate students; other courses numbered 500 and above are generally open only to graduate students.

Preparation for courses is indicated as follows:


P: Indicates a prerequisite that must precede your enrollment in the course described. You may find one or more specific course numbers, the number of credits you should already have in a subject, or other conditions.


C: Indicates a corequisite that must be taken no later than the same semester you take the course described.


R: Indicates a recommendation concerning conditions to be met for enrollment in the course.


When no subject code is shown for prerequisites, corequisites, and recommended courses, they are in the same subject area as the course being described. If you lack a prerequisite or corequisite, you may seek the instructor’s consent to enroll in the course.

Session indicators (fall, spring, summer) suggest the times at which courses are generally offered. However, scheduling patterns may vary.

IPFW reserves the right to add, withdraw, or change courses without notice.

 
   •  EDUC P540 - Learning and Cognition in Education
   •  EDUC P555 - Emotional Development
   •  EDUC P570 - Managing Classroom Behavior
   •  EDUC P575 - Developing Human Potential
   •  EDUC R505 - Workshop in Instructional Systems Technology
   •  EDUC R506 - Practicum in Instructional Systems Technology
   •  EDUC R523 - Utilization of Audio-Visual Materials
   •  EDUC R533 - Organization and Curricula Integration of Audio-Visual Media
   •  EDUC R543 - Preparation of Inexpensive Instruction Materials
   •  EDUC R544 - Basic Instructional Photography
   •  EDUC R546 - Survey of Instruction System Technology
   •  EDUC R558 - Designing Instructional Video
   •  EDUC R566 - Instructional Development Basics
   •  EDUC R590 - Research in Instructional System Technology
   •  EDUC S503 - Secondary School Curriculum
   •  EDUC S505 - The Junior High and Middle School
   •  EDUC S518 - Advanced Study in the Teaching of Secondary School Science
   •  EDUC S519 - Advanced Study in the Teaching of Secondary School Social Studies
   •  EDUC S530 - Junior High and Middle School Curriculum
   •  EDUC S590 - Research in Secondary Education
   •  EDUC S591 - Research Project in Secondary Education
   •  EDUC S655 - Supervision of Secondary School Instruction
   •  EDUC W551 - Educational Foundations for High Ability Students
   •  EDUC W553 - Methods and Materials for the Gifted and Talented
   •  EDUC W554 - Creative Problem-Solving and Metacognition
   •  EDUC W560 - Topical Seminar in Gifted Education
   •  EDUC W595 - Practicum: High Ability Students
   •  EDUC X504 - Diagnosis of Reading Difficulties in the Classroom
   •  EDUC X515 - Workshop in Elementary Reading
   •  EDUC X516 - Advanced Study in the Teaching of Reading in the Junior High and Secondary School
   •  EDUC X525 - Practicum in Reading
   •  EDUC X530 - Topical Workshop in Reading
   •  EDUC X545 - Advanced Study in the Teaching of Reading in the Elementary Schools
   •  EDUC X590 - Research in Reading
   •  ENG B501 - Professional Scholarship in Literature
   •  ENG B502 - Introduction to Literacy Studies and the Teaching of College English
   •  ENG B605 - Critical Theory
   •  ENG B612 - Chaucer
   •  ENG B613 - Middle English Literature
   •  ENG B622 - Elizabethan Poetry
   •  ENG B624 - Elizabethan Drama and Its Background
   •  ENG B625 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG B627 - English Poetry of the Early 17th Century
   •  ENG B628 - Milton
   •  ENG B635 - British Literature 1660-1790
   •  ENG B639 - British Fiction to 1800
   •  ENG B642 - Romantic Literature
   •  ENG B644 - Victorian Literature
   •  ENG B645 - British Fiction 1800-1900
   •  ENG B648 - 20th Century British Poetry
   •  ENG B649 - 20th Century British Fiction
   •  ENG B651 - American Literature 1800-1865
   •  ENG B652 - American Literature 1865-1914
   •  ENG B654 - American Literature since 1914
   •  ENG B655 - American Fiction to 1900
   •  ENG B656 - 20th Century American Fiction
   •  ENG B657 - Recent Writing
   •  ENG B660 - Studies in British and American Writers
   •  ENG B666 - Survey of Children's Literature
   •  ENG B668 - Topics in Children's Literature
   •  ENG B673 - Studies in Women and Literature
   •  ENG B675 - Studies in American Ethnic and Minority Literature and Culture
   •  ENG B680 - Special Topics in Literary Study and Theory
   •  ENG B688 - Irish Literature and Culture
   •  ENG B695 - Individual Readings in English
   •  ENG B699 - Master's Thesis
   •  ENG B712 - Chaucer
   •  ENG B725 - Shakespeare
   •  ENG B731 - Milton
   •  ENG B733 - Restoration and Augustan Literature
   •  ENG B739 - British Fiction to 1800
   •  ENG B741 - Romantic Literature
   •  ENG B743 - Victorian Literature
   •  ENG B745 - British Fiction 1800-1900
   •  ENG B749 - 20th Century British Literature
   •  ENG B751 - Major American Writers 1700-1855
   •  ENG B753 - Major American Writers 1855 to the Present
   •  ENG B780 - Special Studies in British and American Literature
   •  ENG C501 - Teaching of Composition in College
   •  ENG C505 - Teaching Composition: Issues and Approaches
   •  ENG C506 - Teaching Composition Practicum
   •  ENG C507 - Writing Center Theory and Praxis
   •  ENG C511 - Writing Fiction
   •  ENG C513 - Writing Poetry
   •  ENG C515 - Writing Prose Nonfiction
   •  ENG C517 - Professional Scholarship in Writing Studies
   •  ENG C521 - Introduction to Professional Writing
   •  ENG C531 - Theory and Practice of Exposition
   •  ENG C532 - Advanced Argumentative Writing
   •  ENG C565 - Theories and Practices of Editing
   •  ENG C567 - Writing for Multiple Media
   •  ENG C572 - Composing the Self
   •  ENG C576 - Writers Reading
   •  ENG C590 - Internship in Writing
   •  ENG C601 - History of Rhetoric
   •  ENG C602 - Contemporary Theories of Composition
   •  ENG C611 - Writing Fiction
   •  ENG C613 - Writing Poetry
   •  ENG C620 - Publications Managment and Production
   •  ENG C622 - Creativity and Community
 

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