Graduate Catalog 2010-12

COURSE DESCRIPTIONS

The content of this catalog is provided for the information of the student. It is accurate at the time of its posting but is subject to change from time to time as deemed appropriate by Central Connecticut State University in order to fulfill its role and mission or to accommodate circumstances beyond its control. Any such changes may be implemented without prior notice and without obligation and, unless specified otherwise, are effective when made.

Similarly, the courses listed in the catalog are accurate at the time of its posting. Curricular changes may occur throughout the academic year. Graduate students are advised to plan their programs as early as possible with their assigned adviser; once approved by the dean, School of Graduate Studies, or designee, the planned program represents a formal agreement between the University and the student.

Only the 400-level courses that are listed in the current Graduate Catalog may be taken for graduate credit and be included in the student's planned program of graduate degree study, when approved by the program advisor.

Symbols referring to course cycling information are as follows:

                        (O) = odd year, (E) = even year,* and

                        no symbol = course may be offered both semesters of the academic year
                
                        Courses also may be noted as “Irregular” and “On Demand”

*Years begin with the fall semester. For example, 2010-11 is considered an even year, and 2011-12 is considered an odd year.

The list below provides links to individual courses. Please note that a major program in any particular subject (English, for example) may require courses or offer electives in other disciplines.


Accounting (AC)
Educational Foundations (EDF)
Mechanical Engineering (ME)
Actuarial Science (ACTL)
Educational Leadership (EDL)
Modern Languages (ML)
Anthropology (ANTH) Educational Technology (EDT)
Music (MUS)
Art (ART) Electro-Mechanical Technology (EMEC)
Nursing (NRSE)
Biology (BIO) Engineering Technology (ET)
Philosophy (PHIL)
Biomolecular Sciences Engineering Technology-Civil (ETC)
Physical Education (PE)
Chemistry (CHEM) Engineering Technology-Mechanical/Manufacturing (ETM)
Physics (PHYS)
Chinese (CHIN) English (ENG)
Political Science (PS)
Communication (COMM) Exercise Science (EXS)
Psychology (PSY)
Computer Electronics Technology (CET) Finance (FIN)
Reading (RDG)
Computer Information Technology (CIT) Fine Arts (FA)
School of Engineering and Technology (SET)
Computer Science (CS) French (FR)
Science Education (SCI)
Construction Management (CM) Geography (GEOG)
Social Work (SW)
Counseling (CNSL) Graphics Technology (GRT)
Sociology (SOC)
Criminal Justice (CJ) History (HIST)
Spanish (SPAN)
Criminology (CRM) Humanities (HUM)
Special Education (SPED)
Dance (DAN) International Studies (IS) Statistics (STAT)
Design (Graphic/Information) (DES) Italian (ITAL)
Sustainability (SUST)
Earth Sciences (ESCI) Law (LAW)
Technology Education (TE)
Economics (ECON) Linguistics (LING)
Technology Management (TM)
Education (ED)
Management (MGT)
Theatre (TH)
Education-Early Childhood (EDEC) Management Information Systems (MIS)
Vocational-Technical Education (VTE)
Education-Elementary (EDEL) Marketing (MKT)
Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies (WGSS)
Education-Secondary (EDSC) Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT)
 
Education-Teacher Education(EDTE) Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT)

  Mathematics (MATH)
 
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