ARCT 224. Sustainable Design in Architecture: This course provides students with hands-on opportunity to increase their aware- ness in, and respond to the issues of responsible environmentally friendly building design by engaging in an integrated design process combining ‘Traditional Design Process’ with ‘Sustainable Environmental Design’ strategies. Students will expand their awareness of global environmental impacts due to design and construction, and gain knowledge in the industry’s leading design ‘tool’ LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) green building design rating system. LEED strategies will be utilized in the design of individual projects apply LEED in practical, individual design development, and develop an integrated building model utilizing the concept of BIM (Building Information Modeling). Such project development will require learning a basic design process and specific sequence including conceptual design, schematic design, design development and BIM (utilizing a BIM software such as REVIT, or AutoCad Architecture). Prerequisite(s): DRFT 109 or DRFT 165 or consent of instructor.

C EP 199. Academic Excellence: Academic curriculum of excellence that includes the development of collaborative learning and student success environment, learning diverse learning styles and multiple intelligences, and developing multi-contextual academic communication styles.

C EP 210. Educational Psychology: Psychological foundations as they apply to the learner in the classroom setting.

C EP 498. Internship in Counseling & Community Psychology: Students will explore in more depth the fields of counseling, community, and school psychology professions by completing an internship. Through the completion of the internship students will gain hands on work experience, enhance sensitivity for respect with working with diverse populations, and hone their interpersonal skills needed to succeed in the counseling, community, and school psychology professions. May be repeated up to 6 credits.

EDLT 368. Integrating Technology with Teaching: Considers impact of technology on communication and knowledge development; engages students in the design of technology-integrated lessons with a constructivist approach.

EDUC 315. Multicultural Education: The conceptual manifestations of culture, race and ethnicity, class, gender, exceptionalities, language and bilingualism within the schooling process.

EDUC 515. Multicultural Education: Conceptual manifestations of culture, race, and ethnicity, class, gender, exceptionalities, language and bilingualism within the schooling process.
Same as EDUC 315 with differentiated assignments for graduate students.

ELA 350V. Introduction to Educational Leadership in a Global Society: Multinational educational systems covered through knowledge of the U.S. system of education promoting critical leadership roles every citizen plays in the success of educational systems.

GOVT 335. Management of Non-Profit Organizations: This course provides an overview of a range of nonprofit management concerns and practices. Students will be challenged to assess their own theories of nonprofit accountability and excellence, while confronting critical issues facing the sector. Activities are designed to expand the management skills of the students by offering tools and knowledge, and providing opportunities to test the application of these skills.

PSY 402. Field Experience: Working with preschool, juvenile delinquent, handicapped, aged, convict, or mentally ill. Approximately five hours scheduled work per week per credit.