Curriculum Sheets and Academic Maps

These are valuable tools used by students and advisors. A curriculum sheet lists the degree requirements in an academic program and is a tool used to track academic progress. An academic map provides a recommended semester-by-semester schedule of courses and highlights additional milestones required for completing a degree in four years.

Undergraduate Degree Programs

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Proficient level of skill and dance technique
  2. Students will identify and apply choreographic principles, processes, and structures
  3. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate dance education lessons
  4. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate units of instruction in dance education
  5. The ability to implement developmentally appropriate units of instruction in dance education
  6. The ability to effectively market and manage a successful business

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Knowledgeable and competent in executing the values and skills necessary to serve and care for infants and toddlers and their families to meet Level I of the Infant Mental Health Levels of Endorsement competencies in eight areas: Theoretical Foundations; Law, Regulation & Agency Policy; Systems Expertise; Direct Service Skills; Working With Others; Communicating; Thinking; and Reflection.
  2. Knowledgeable and competent in executing the values, roles and responsibilities of a professional working with preschool children in state private and public agencies, including non-profit community-based agencies that are state- and/or federally funded.
  3. Knowledgeable and competent in promoting child development and learning, especially infant/toddler, preschool, and children with and without exceptionalities.
  4. Knowledgeable and competent in building family and community relationships, especially with families whose members include infant/toddlers and/or preschool children.
  5. Knowledgeable and competent in assessing and supporting families and young children, especially infant/toddler, preschool, and children with and without exceptionalities.
  6. Knowledgeable and competent in using developmentally effective approaches to advance the development and learning of infant/toddler, preschool children with and without exceptionalities.
  7. Knowledgeable and competent in using content knowledge to build meaningful curriculum and learning activities that are appropriate for infant/toddler, preschool, and young children with and without exceptionalities.
  8. Reflective, ethical, and committed to professional behavior and practices, i.e., program graduates will continue to engage in ongoing professional learning and use evidence to evaluate their practice to better meet the needs of children in these populations: infant/toddler, preschool, and young children with and without exceptionalities.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Candidates use their understanding of each child's developmental and learning needs, individual differences, and diverse families, cultures and communities to plan and implement inclusive learning environments that provide each learner with equitable access to high quality learning.
  2. Candidates demonstrate and apply understandings of major concepts, skills, and practices, as they interpret disciplinary curricular standards and related expectations within and across literacy, mathematics, science, and social studies for grades 1-6.
  3. Candidates plan and adapt instructional sequences to promote a full range of competencies for every learner based on knowledge of each child, educational goals, instructional practices, disciplinary knowledge, and student assessment.
  4. Candidates design, compose, select, adapt and administer formative, summative, and performance-based assessments appropriately to gather data on student learning and engagement.
  5. Candidates make informed decisions about instruction guided by knowledge of children and assessment of student learning that result in the use of a variety of effective instructional practices.
  6. Candidates use a variety of communication strategies to interact effectively with learners, families, and colleagues as well as work collaboratively with colleagues, mentors, and school leaders in a professional way.
  7. Candidates conduct themselves professionally at all times in accordance to the Connecticut Code of Professional Responsibility for Teachers, Section 10-145d-400a of the Regulations of Connecticut State Agencies.

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Clinical Exercise Physiology
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Health Sciences
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Strength & Conditioning/Personal Fitness Training
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in exercise prescription and programming.
  2. Students will demonstrate ability to acquire and apply the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) in exercise physiology and related exercise science.
  3. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in health appraisal, fitness and clinical exercise testing.
  4. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in nutrition and weight management.
  5. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in program administration, quality assurance, and outcome assessment.
  6. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in safety, injury prevention, and emergency procedures.
  7. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire and apply the knowledge, skills and abilities in pathophysiology and risk factors.
  8. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in human behavior and counseling.
  9. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in electrocardiography and diagnostic techniques.
  10. Students will demonstrate the ability to acquire knowledge, skills and abilities in patient management and medications.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Integrate theories and concepts from liberal education into nursing practice.
  2. Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings.
  3. Critically evaluate evidence-based research in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team to improve patient outcomes.
  4. Demonstrate skills in using patient care technologies, information systems, and communication devices that support safe nursing practice.
  5. Advocate for a variety of socio-political issues affecting health care through participation in legislative and political forums.
  6. Incorporate inter- and intra-professional communication and collaborative skills into the delivery of evidence-based, culturally sensitive patient-centered care.
  7. Provide innovative interventions to promote health and prevent illness invulnerable populations.
  8. Practice from a caring, professional nursing perspective by incorporating the values of social justice, diversity, and global awareness.
  9. Integrate knowledge, skills, and attitudes through use of the nursing process to provide patient-centered care to patients across the lifespan from a diverse perspective.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Integrate theories and concepts from liberal education into nursing practice.
  2. Apply leadership concepts, skills, and decision making in the provision of high quality nursing care, healthcare team coordination, and the oversight and accountability for care delivery in a variety of settings.
  3. Critically evaluate evidence-based research in collaboration with other members of the healthcare team to improve patient outcomes.
  4. Demonstrate skills in using patient care technologies, information systems, and communication devices that support safe nursing practice.
  5. Advocate for a variety of socio-political issues affecting health care through participation in legislative and political forums.
  6. Incorporate inter- and intra-professional communication and collaborative skills into the delivery of evidence-based, culturally sensitive patient-centered care.
  7. Provide innovative interventions to promote health and prevent illness invulnerable populations.
  8. Practice from a caring, professional nursing perspective by incorporating the values of social justice, diversity, and global awareness.
  9. Integrate knowledge, skills, and attitudes through use of the nursing process to provide patient-centered care to patients across the lifespan from a diverse perspective.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Demonstrate competencies in social work knowledge, values and skills measured by senior evaluations, portfolio and employer surveys.
  2. Demonstrate understanding of diverse client systems with an emphasis on populations at risk, including cultural and spiritual considerations and the socio political and economic environment.
  3. Develop writing skills.
  4. Develop a social work value base.
  5. Demonstrate skills necessary to effect change with client systems of various sizes.

Elementary Education - Certifiable for Grades 1-6

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Biology Specialization
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Earth Science Specialization
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Biology Specialization
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Learning Outcomes

  1. demonstrate knowledge of the basic concepts of physical and human geography.
  2. use geographic theories, principles and data to solve spatial problems
  3. apply basic research skills, including the ability to critically evaluate the research of others
  4. show competent skills in oral or written expressions regarding the clarity, logic and effectiveness of arguments.
  5. synthesize and produce graphic displays of spatial data (i.e., maps, graphs and database).
  6. describe the nature of Geography as an academic discipline, including familiarity with its history and recognition of its major subfields.
  7. demonstrate knowledge and skills that are sufficient to allow one pursue advanced study in geography and/or find employment in a geography-related field.

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Secondary Education - Certifiable for Grades 7-12

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Speak at an Advanced Low oral proficiency in the target language.
  2. Write at an Advanced Low written proficiency in the target language.
  3. Use the target language to discuss major topics related to the cultures of countries where the target language is spoken.
  4. Use the target language to discuss the works of major authors of countries where the target language is spoken.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Speak at an Advanced Low oral proficiency in the target language.
  2. Write at an Advanced Low written proficiency in the target language.
  3. Use the target language to discuss major topics related to the cultures of countries where the target language is spoken.
  4. Use the target language to discuss the works of major authors of countries where the target language is spoken.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Understand basic analytic arguments using such common notions as epsilon/delta, infinite sums, and limits and basic algebraic and discrete notions, such as facts about vector spaces and counting arguments.
  2. Be able to follow and recreate algebraic and geometric proofs.
  3. Apply mathematical principles to the solution of problems, including real world applications
  4. Understand issues concerning the mathematics curriculum for grades 7-12
  5. Develop skills necessary to become an effective teacher of mathematics

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Speak at an Advanced Low oral proficiency in the target language.
  2. Write at an Advanced Low written proficiency in the target language.
  3. Use the target language to discuss major topics related to the cultures of countries where the target language is spoken.
  4. Use the target language to discuss the works of major authors of countries where the target language is spoken.

All Level Education - Certifiable for PK-12

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Content: Art Making - Art teacher candidates will demonstrate knowledge of appropriate techniques and processes in a variety of visual media.
  2. Content: Art in Context - Art teacher candidates will demonstrate knowledge of art forms, artists, and art works from diverse historical and contemporary contexts.
  3. Pedagogy: Planning - Teacher candidates will design comprehensive, sequential art curriculum that incorporates a variety of teaching strategies and considers the developmental appropriateness of K-12 students.
  4. Pedagogy: Applying - Art teacher candidates will use a variety of teaching and assessment strategies to promote students' conceptual learning and artistic achievement during select field and student teaching experiences.
  5. Reflective Practitioner - Art teacher candidates will engage in self-reflection and analysis of their field and teaching experiences to identify areas for personal growth.

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Learning Outcomes

  1. Proficient level of skill and dance technique
  2. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate dance education lessons
  3. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate units of instruction in dance education
  4. The ability to implement developmentally appropriate units of instruction in dance education
  5. The ability to demonstrate effective teaching strategies in the public-school setting at the elementary and secondary levels

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Learning Outcomes

  1. demonstrate competence in musicianship, to include: aural skills, and knowledge and application of music theory;
  2. demonstrate competence in musical performance on his/her primary instrument, with particular emphasis on technical precision;
  3. demonstrate competence in basic piano playing skills appropriate to a PK-12 music educator;
  4. exhibit knowledge of instructional methods as they pertain to choral, instrumental, and general music education;
  5. demonstrate application of pedagogy and instructional methods as they pertain to choral, instrumental, and general music education;
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Learning Outcomes

By the time of graduation, a student will demonstrate:

  1. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate physical education lessons.
  2. The ability to plan developmentally appropriate units of instruction in physical education.
  3. The ability to implement developmentally appropriate units of instruction in physical education.
  4. The ability to demonstrate effective teaching strategies in the public school setting at the elementary and secondary levels.

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  1. Possess and be able to teach and assess basic knowledge and skills in technology and engineering education, as outlined in the Standards for Technological Literacy, the Framework for K-12 Science Standards, and applicable state standards.
  2. Understand and be able to foster and assess student acquisition of age-appropriate technology and engineering concepts, as outlined.
  3. Demonstrate an ability to plan and maintain a safe, flexible, and age-appropriate learning environment which promotes inquiry and problem-based learning; and demonstrate the skills and knowledge to operate equipment and handle materials safely.
  4. Demonstrate an ability to design and adapt rigorous, appealing, standards-based student challenges which require students to research, design, test, and redesign solutions to ill-defined problems, and which meaningfully integrate studies of mathematics, science, engineering, technology, and other subjects.
  5. Demonstrate an ability to adjust instructional approaches in response to differing learning styles; to manage multiple, disparate student activities simultaneously; and to design and administer assessments which promote continuous reflection and improvement of teaching and learning.
  6. Demonstrate an ability to critically assess technological and educational tends, and when appropriate, promote change in technology and engineering education.