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Graduate School - The University of Akron

Graduate School - The University of Akron

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Courses of Instruction 109ELEMENTARY EDUCATION5200:511535536CREATIVE TECHNIQUES FOR EXPLORING CHILDREN'S U1CRATURE . 2 cred1tsPrerequ 1 s 1 te: 286. Exam1nat1Dn of techn1ques for 1nterpretat1on of children's literature 1nclud1nQstorytelling, creat1ve dramatics, reader's theatre and choral speak1ng515 MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS FORdELEMENTARY TEACHERS . 3 ere ItsPrerequ1s1te. 5100:520 or permiSSion of lnstru.ctor. Focus is upon developing studentcompetence 1n the use of elementary education computer technology to enhance both theteacher's personal and professional productiVItYACTIVITIES TO INDIVIDUALIZE SOCIAL STUDIES . . 2 creditsPrerequ1s1te 338 Development of matenals and act1V1t1es (learning games, S1mulat1on games,51mulat1ons. learn1ng stations. programmed f1eld trips and map act1vtt1es) to prov1de teacherw 1th vanety of techn1ques 1n order to develop an 1nd1V1dualrzed, student-rnvolved sacral studresprogramGEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 3 cred1tsPrereqursrte. 336 Trends rn geometry and measurement instruction rn elementary school.Procedures for development of rmportant geometnc concepts and measurement skills.537 STRUCTURE OF THE NUMBER SYSTEM IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOLMATHEMATICS3 cred1tsPrerequ1s1te. 336 Applred and advanced toptcs 1n mathemattcs educat1on tn elementaryschool Thorough 1nvest1gatron of number system presently bemg taught rn elementaryschool538 MATERIALS AND LABORATORY TECHNIQUES INELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS3 cred1tsPrereqursrte· 336 Applted mathematrcs. Construction and applicatton of mathematical modelsProcedures for development of tmportant mathemattcal concepts through the laboratoryapproach539 PROPERTIES OF NUMBERS IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 3 creditsPrerequrstte· 336 1 nvesttgatton of those number propertres that help explarn how laws of arithmetiCwork Procedures for development of tmportant anthmet1c concepts and computattonalskills540 CONTEMPORARY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL SCIENCE PROGRAMS 2 creditsPrerequrstte. 333. Contemporary elementary science programs cnttcally analyzed and thetrprocedure developed and Implemented rn Untverstty classroom.590, 1,2,3, WORKSHOP 1-3 cred1ts eachElecttve workshop for elementary educat1on maJor who would pursue further reftnement ofteachtng skills. Emphastzes demonstrations of teachrng techntques and development of suitableteachtng devices594 EDUCATIONAL INSmUTES 7-4 creditsSpecral c0urses destgned as 1n-serv1ce upgrading programs Frequently provrded wrth the supportof national foundattons620 LITERATURE FOR YOUNG CHILDREN 2 cred1tsLtterature for children ages two through stx examtned rn depth 1n terms of value and purpose;methods and techn1ques for presenttng it to chtldren; vanety and quality of books available.630 ELEMENTARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 2 creditsAppltcatton of ftndtngs of recent research to curncuium buildtng and procedures 1n teactung.631 TRENDS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 2 creditsPrereqursttes: graduate stand1ng and 630. lnvesttgatton of tnnovattve programs, organtzatronalpatterns and new curncula currently operat1onal 1n elementary schools tncludtng analysts ofuse of these tnnovattons in relatton to teachtng/learntng process.640 THEORY AND PRACTICE IN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS 2 cred1tsComparattve analysts and evaluatton of purposes and procedures of mathematrcs programsfor elementary schools with appltcatton of ftndtngs to tnstructtonal methods and materrals.641 DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PERFORMANCE DIFFICULTIESIN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATHEMATICS2 cred1tsExarn1nat1on of tmpl1cat1ons of contemporary mathematrcs learntng theory on dtagnostrcremedralprocess645 PROBLEMS IN ELEMENTARY SCIENCE EDUCATION 2 creditsExaminatron of tnfluence of new curncular destgns 1n elementary sctence Emphasis oninquiry, 1nvesttgat1on and d1scovery and their tmpact on total elementary school curriculum.650 EDUCATION AND THE YOUNG CHILD 2 cred1tsContent centered on educattonal setttngs of young chrldren from b1rth through f1ve years666 INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION: LEARNING STYLEIDENTIFICATION AND RESOURCE PRESCRIPTION3 cred1tsPrerequrs1tes pe~m1ss1on of instructor ~nd 630_. lndtvtdual learntng style characteristiCS, practtcalapproaches 1n indtvrdualtzation of 1nstruct1on, multisensory resource development andprescnption695,6 FJELD EXPERIENCE: MASTER'S 7-2 credits eachPrerequisttes: perm·tsslon of adv"tser and department head. On-the-job experience related tostudent's course of study697 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-3 creditsPrereqursttes: permtssion of advtser and department head. Selected areas of Independent1nvest1gat1on as determined by advtser and related to student's academtc needs.698 MASTER'S PROBLEM 2-4 creditsPrerequ1s1te permission of advtser. In-depth study of a research problem rn education. Studentmust be able to demonstrate crittcal and analytical skills in dealing wtth a problem in elementaryeducatton699 MASTER'S THESIS 4-6 creditsPrerequ1s1tes· 5100·64-0 and perm·Jsston of adviser and department head. In-depth research1nvesttgat1on. Student must be able to demonstrate necessary competencies to deal withresearch problems rn elementary education.732 SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION IN THE ELEMENTARY SCHOOLSupervtsory role of elementary pnnctpal and other supervtsory personnel.2 cred1ts780 SEMINAR IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 7-3 credits(May be repeated) lntenstve examtnatton of following areas of elementary school rnstructionchildren's literature. curnculum development, language arts, mathemattcs, readtng, science,soc1al studtes, early chrldhood, cnttcal analys1s of children's literature, art, human sexuality,computers and mtddle school.781 RESIDENCY SEMINAR 2 creditsTwo-hour weekly meettng for elementary doctoral student tn restdence.799 RESEARCH PROJECTS IN ELEMENTARY EDUCATION 7-2 creditsPrerequ1s1tes· permtssion of advtser and department head. In-depth tnvestJgatton of specrftcproblem perttnent to elementary educatton880 SEMINAR IN CURRICULAR AND INSTRUCTIONAL STUDIES . 1-3 credits(May be repeated for a total of ntne credtts) An intensive examtnatton of a partrcular area ofteacher educatton895 6 7 FJELD EXPERIENCE FOR ELEMENTARY DOCTORAL STUDENT 7-2 cred1ts each' 'Prerequ1s1tes: permission of advtser and department head Des1gned to help student prepartngto teach methods course at college level.898INDEPENDENT STUDY . . 1-3 credits(May be repeated for a total of s1x credtts) _Prerequ1s1tes: perm1ssr?n of adv1s~r and departmenthead. Selected areas of 1ndependent 1nvesttgat1on as determ1ned by advtser and relatedto student's academtc needs899 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION7-20 cred1tsPrerequisites: permission of advtser and department head. Study and 1n-depth analysis of aresearch problem 1n elementary educatton.READING5250:511MATERIALS AND ORGANIZATIONS FOR READING INSTRUCTION. 3 creditsPrerequisite· 5200:339. Professional problems of selectton and evaluatton of readrng matenalsand classroom organizations explored.540 DEVELOPMENTAL READING IN THE CONTENT AREAS- ELEMENTARY 3 cred1tsPrerequisite· 5200 337 or permiss10n of Instructor Natur~ of readtng sktlls relating to contentsubjects. Methods and matenals needed to promote readtng achievement 1n content subJectsby the elementary classroom teacher.541 LANGUAGE AND ITS RELATIONSHIP TO READING IN THEELEMENTARY SCHOOL3 cred1tsPrerequ1s1te: 5200:337 or permisston of the Instructor. An overv1ew of the linguiStic fteld 1n theteachmg of reading in the elementary school. A dtscuss1on of maJOr ltngursttc pnnctples forclassroom applicatton 1n grades K-8.TEACHING READING TO CULTURALLY DIVERSE LEARNERS3 creditsPrerequiSite. 5200:337 or by permiss1on of the tns~ructor. Knowledge, skills and attitudes toemploy effective methods of teachtng reading to d1verse populations and/or learners whoselanguage patterns are nonstandard.680 TRENDS IN READING INSTRUCTION 2 creditsPrerequ1s1te: 5200 335 or 5300:425. Survey course designed to update read1ng background ofstudent who has not had a recent course tn readtng681 DIAGNOSIS AND CORRECTION OF READING PROBLEMS5 creditsPrerequistte: _680. R~lat1on _of grovvth to readtng ~evelopment an~ reasons for ret~rdatronJmplementatron of dtagnost1c and correcttve techntques by developtng case studies 1n supervtsedsetting682 CLINICAL PRACTICES IN READING5 creditsPrerequistte: 681. Nature and etiology of reading drfficulttes expenenced by selected children.Supervised practices and independent work with children in conjunction with staff from otherdiSciplines683 READING DIAGNOSIS FOR SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGISTS ANDSUPPORT PERSONNEL3 creditsPrerequtSite: 5200:630 or permission of tnstructor. Th1s course will survey developmentalreading and Its relationship to readrng dtfficultres. Formal and tnformal procedures for dragnosingdisabled readers and a d1scuss1on of prescnpttve strategtes wtll be tncluded.692 ADVANCED STUDY AND RESEARCH IN READING INSTRUCTION3 cred1tsSurvey of research companson and evaluation of programs. destgn and development of pro­Jects 1n readtng through group/tndtvtdual study.693 SUPERVISION AND CURRICULUM DEVELOPMENT INREADING INSTRUCTION2 creditsRelative to total curriculum; procedures for developing read1ng pr~gram 1n all curnculum areas;examination of children's literature and related 1nstruct1onal read1ng by supervtsors and consultantsSECONDARY EDUCATION5300:530 INSTRUCTIONAL AND MANAGEMENT PRACTICES 3 creditsPrerequistte: 780. Students will learn to use both teaching models and management strategtesto ach1eve effectiveness in 1nstructrons. Also mcluded are educattonaltssues the relate toeffecttve management and rnstruct1on.535 CONCEPTS AND CURRICULUM DESIGNS IN ECONOMIC EDUCATION 3 creditsEconomic educatton concepts appropnate from grade levels K-12 and adult education courses.Economrc education matenals developed to teach the concepts ut!IIzed545 COMPUTER APPLICATIONS FOR SECONDARY TEACHERS 3 creditsPrereqUtsrte: 5100:520 or permisston of rnstructor. Develops student competence in the useof secondary education computer technology to enhance both the teacher's personal andprofessional productiVIty575 VOCATIONAL BUSINESS EDUCATION 3 creditsPrerequisite: sen1or status or permrsston. Pnnctples of program construction, organtzatton,implementation, evaluation, Improvement, and development of program gutdes for both tntensrveand cooperative vocational business educatton590, 1,2.3 WORKSHOP 7-3 credits eachlndtvtdual work under staff guidance on curriculum problems, uttltzatton of communityresources, planntng of curriculum untts.594 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES 7-6 creditsSpecial courses destgned as in-serv1ce upgrad1ng programs, frequently prov1ded wrth the supportof national foundations.619 SECONDARY SCHOOL CURRICULUM AND INSTRUCTION 2 cred1tsApplication of findings of recent research to curriculum bu!ldmg and procedures 1n teadlmg625 READING PROGRAMS IN SECONDARY SCHOOLS 3 cred1tsFor all subject teachers both w1th and wrthout prevtous study tn the teachtng of readmg. Materials,class organization and procedures for developtng readtng Improvement programs, for allsecondary sdlool and college students.630 ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES IN BOOKKEEPING-ACCOUNTING AND BASIC BUSINESS SUBJECTS3 cred1tslntenstve examination of teaching-learning strategies for improvement of instruction. Emphasison teacher coordtnation of methods, preplanned obJeCtives and evaluation to 1nsure maximumstudent competency in subject knowledge and sktll.

110 The University of Akron632 ADVANCED INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES IN TYPEWRmNGAND TYPEWRITING-RELATED SUBJECTS3 credtts!ntens1ve exam1nat1on of teach1ng-learn1nQ strateg1es of if"!lprovement of instruction Empha­SIS on teadler coord1nat1on of methods preplanned objectives and evaluation to ensure maximumstudent competency tn subJect knowledge and skill695 AELO EXPERIENCE: MASTER'S 7-6 credtts(May be repeated for a total_ of SIX credits) PrerequiSites· permiSSion of adv1ser and supervisorof fteld expenence On-the-Job expenence related to student's program of studtes697 INDEPENDENT STUDY 7-3 credtts(May be repeated for a total of s1x cred1ts) PrerequiSites permiSSIOn of adv1ser and superv1sorof independent study Area of study determtned by student's needs.698 MASTER'S PROBLEM 24 credttsPrereqUISite: perm1ssion of adv1_ser. In-depth st~dy of a research problem 1n educatton Student~~sc~~i~~ble to demonstrate cntical and analytical sk1lls 1n deal1ng w1th a problem 1n secondary699 MASTER'S TliESIS 4-6 credttsPrerequisite: permission of adviser. In-depth study of research problem tn education. Studentmust b_e able to demonstrate cntical and analytical skills in dealing w1th a problem in secondaryeducationn1 SUPERVISION OF INSTRUCTION IN TliE SECONDARY SCHOOL2 credttsDefinttton of supervisory leadership role in improving instruction at secondary school level anddevelopment of practical theory of secondary school superviston780 SEMINAR IN SECONDARY EDUCATION 7-3 credtls(May be repeated) lntenstve examination of a parttcular area of secondary educatton781 RESIDENCY SEMINAR 1 credtt(Must be repeated) One hour weekly meettng for secondary educat1on doctoral student in residence782 RESIDENCY SEMINAR 1 credtt(Must be repeated) One-hour weekly meet1ng for secondary educatton doctoral student 1n residence.880 SEMINAR IN CURRICULAR AND INSTRUCTIONAL STUDIES 1-3 credtts(May be repeated for a total of ntne cred1ts) An tntenstve exammatton of a parttcular area atteacher education895 AELD EXPERIENCE: DOCTORAL 7-6 credtts(May be repeated for a total of stx credtts) Prerequ1s1tes. permtsston of adv1ser and dtrector offteld experience. lntenstve JOb-related expenence perttnent to student's neeas Student mustbe able to demonstrate sktl!s and leadershtp ablltttes 1n an on-the-JOb s1tuat1on.897 INDEPENDENT STUDY 7-6 credtts(May be repeated for a total of s1x credtts) PrerequiSites: permtsston of adv1ser and director atindependent study. Area of study determtned by student's needs898 RESEARCH PROJECT IN SPECIAL AREAS 7-2 credttsPrerequistte: perm1sston of advtser Cnt1cal and tn-depth study of spectftc problem 1n secondaryeducation899 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION 1-20 credttsPrerequisite: perm1ssion of adviser. Spectfic research problem that requtres student to applyresearch skills and techntques perttnent to problem betng studied.TECHNICAL ANDVOCATIONAL EDUCATION5400:500 TliE POSTSECONDARY LEARNER 3 creditsDescnbes charactenstics of the postsecondary learner, stud1es tssues, factors. and strategtespert1nent to successful fac1litat1on of learning 1n a vanety of postsecondary learn1ng environments.505 OCCUPATIONAL EDUCATION FOR YOUTli AND ADULTS 3 creditsHistory and operatton of current occupattonal educat1on for youth and adults includes studyof soctal, economic and polittcal Influences that sttmulate growth and expanston of occupationaleducation.515 TRAINING IN BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 3 credttsExamtnes the role and mtss1on of the tra1n1ng tunct1on 1n the modern tndustrtal setting. Provtdesa foundation for a student planning to become an industnal trainer or tratning superv1sorof techntctans and other occupational skill-development levels.530 SYSTEMATIC CURRICULUM DESIGN FOR TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION 3 credttsProcedure of breaking down an occupation to determtne curnculum for laboratory and classroom,developmg thts content 1nto an organ1zed sequence of instructtonal un1ts535 INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNIQUES IN TECHNICAL EDUCATION 3 creditsPrereqUISite: 530 and 5100:520 or equ1valent. Selected toptcs 1n 1nstruct1onal techniquesappropnate to postsecondary technical education. Emphasts on instructional methods, techniquesin classroom, laboratory 1ncluding tests, measurements541 EDUCATIONAL GERONTOLOGY SEMINAR 3 credttsDes1gned for person practicing 1n f1eld of gerontology or prepanng for a spectalizat1on 1n educationalgerontology, includtng person responstble for development and 1mplementat10n ofcourses, seminars, occupational training programs and workshops for older people551 HOME ECONOMICS JOB TRAINING 3 credttsPrerequtstte: sen1or stand1ng or permiSSion of tnstructor. Concept development in vocat1onalhome econom1cs. Job tra1n1ng, program development operational procedures. skill andknowledge identification, trainmg profiles, job description and analys1s IndiVIdualized studyguides. In-school and on-the-Job observation590,1,2 WORKSHOP 7-3 credtts eachlnd1v1dual work under staff guidance on curnculum problems. uttlizat1on of communttyresources, p\anntng of cumculum untts594 EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTES 7-4 credttsSpec1al courses destgned as tn-service upgrad1ng programs, frequently prov1ded wtth the supportof national foundations600 TliE lWO-YEAR COLLEGE 3 credttsAn in-depth analysis of the htstory, purpose and philosophy of the two-year college, types ofInstitutions offering two-year programs. management 1ssues and trends605 ADVANCED SYSTEMATIC CURRICULUM DESIGN FORTECHNICAL INSTRUCTION3 credttsPrerequisite: 430/530 An examination of the tnstructtonal design process for techntcaltnstructionand a review of research 1n effecttve performance-based techntcal program plann1ng andevaluat1on.610 COMMUNICATION WITH BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY 2 credttsTechntques of establishtng better communtcat1ons between educat1c·n and bustness andIndustry. Emphasts on the advtsory com~tttee, coord1nat1on functtons and working w1th localprofesstonal assoCiations 1n the commun1ty615 ADVANCED TECHNICAL INSTRUCTIONAL DEVELOPMENT 3 credttsPrerequ1s1te. 435/535 An tn-depth analysts of assessment of techntcal tnstructton andresearch on methods of technical mstruction620 SUPERVISION OF TECHNICAL INSTRUCTION 3 credttsPrerequ1s1tes. 430/530 and 435/535 An exam1nat1on of the role of supervisor of techntcaltnstructlon, faCihtat on and evaluatton of techntcal Instructors, profess1onal development, aswell as related leaaersh1p and management tssues661 CURRENT ISSUES IN HIGHER EDUCATION 2 credtts(May be repeatea wtth change 1n toptc) Exam1nat10n of many current problems and Issues tn1nSt1tuttons of htgher educatton, adult education, techntcalmstttutes, com'llun1ty colleges, propnetaryschools, urdergraduate, graduate and profess1onal educat1on690 INTERNSHIP: TEACHING VOCATIONAL EDUCATION 3 credttsPrerequiSites completton of all requ1red Techntcal Educat1on coursework Technical1nstruct10nor curnculum development under s_uperv1sion from the Untvers1ty and t~e learntng organlzattonIncludes a sem1nar and portfoliO development695 FIELD EXPERIENCE: MASTER'S 7-6 credtts 130-180 fte!d hours}Prerequ1s1tes perm1sston of adviser ?md supervisor of fteld expenence. On-the-job experiencerelated to student's program of stud1es Cred1tiNon-cred1t697 INDEPENDENT STUDY 1-3 credits(May be repeated for a total of SIX cred1ts) Prerequisttes: permisston of acv1ser and supervtsorof Independent study Area of study determined by student's need698 MASTER'S PROBLEMPrerequiSite: perm1sston of advtser. In-depth study ofmust be able to deMonstrate cnttcal and analyticaland vocattonal educatton24 cred1tsresearch problem 1n educatton. Student1n dealing w1th a problem 1n technical699 MASTER'S THESIS 4-6 creditsPrerequiSite permtssion of advtser In-depth study of research problem 1n education. Studentmust be able to demonstrate cnt1cal and analytiCal skills 1n dealing w1th a problem in vocattonaleducattonPHYSICAL EDUCATION5550:536 FOUNDATIONS AND ELEMENTS OF ADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 credttsPnnctples. components. and strategies necessary 1n provtdtng motor actiVIties for handicappedstudents v1a apphcatton of a neuro-developmental model and alternatiVe methods.Three hour lecture541 ADVANCED ATHLETIC INJURY MANAGEMENT 4 crcd1ts (30 cltmcal hours)PrerequiSites. 3100 208/209, 5550:240. Advanced athlettc tra1n1ng techntques for the studentdes1nng to become 3 cert1fted athletiC tratner accordtng to the regulat1ons of the Nat1onal AthleticTratners Assoc1at1on542 THERAPEUTIC MODALmES AND EQUIPMENT INSPORTS MEDICINE3 credtts !30 cltntcal hours)Prerequtsttes 3100208/209, 5550.240 Purpose rs to develop techniques and sktlls amongsports med1C1ne personneltn the selectton and tmplementatton of therapsutic modalit1es andthe equtpment usee 1n the rehabilitation of lfiJUfles to athletes551 ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION INADAPTED PHYSICAL EDUCATION3 credtts 120 c!tmcal hours)PrerequiSite: PermiSSion of adviser. lnvesttgatton analysts, and select1on of appr~pnate assessmer!tnstruments. as well as methodology for determ1n1ng tnstruct1onal objecttves and act1v-1t1es for handicapped students Three hour lecture590,1,2 WORKSHOP 1-3 credttsPracttcal, 1ntens•ve, :md concentrated Involvement with current curncular practices 1n areasrelated to phystcal educat1on593 EDUCATIONAL INSmUTES AND FOUNDATIONS 74 creditsPracttcal expenence wtth current research or curncular practtces Involving expert resource personwtth phys1cal educatton, and usually financed by pnvate or public funding.601 SUPERVISION AND ADMINISTRATION OF PHYSICALAND HEALTli EDUCATION, RECREATION AND DANCE3 credttsThis course tnc:udes techn1ques of organization, administration and evaluatiOn of education,recreat1on and dance programs, as well as admtn1strat1ve policies at the elementary, secondary,and college levels602 MOTOR BEHAVIOR 3 credttsThis course communicates knowledge of current researc..h 1n human movE:ment from a motordevelopment and r~ctor learntng perspective lndlvidualtztng teacher-coach decis1on-mak1ngbased on sktll analysts603 PHYSICAL EDUCATION AND HEALTli EDUCATION:INSTRUCTIONAL STRATEGIES3 credttsDtscuss1on of curnculum development and tnstruct1ona! strateg1es for developtng and Implementingsound program(s).604 CURRENT ISSUES IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION 3 credttsThts course represents a planned experience 1n 1nterpretat1on and arttculatton of 1nformat1onw1th1n the context ot selected aspects of current ISsues 1n sport.605 PHYSIOLOGY OF MUSCULAR ACTIVITY AND EXERCISE 3 credttsFunctions of body systems and phys1ologtcal effects of exefCise. Laboratory expenences, lectures,dtscusstons606 STATISTICS: QUANmATIVE AND QUAUTATIVE METliODS 3 credttsPrerequisite 5100 640 Research methods/destgns. statiStics (appltcatJon and 1nterpretat1on).use of computers ard appropnate software as they relate to vanous dtsctplines tn the area ofphystcal acttvtty609 MOTIVATIONAL ASPECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 3 credttsAnalys1s of factors influencing mottvation of motor performance wtth emphasis on competition,audtence effects, aggression680 SPECIAL TOPICS IN HEALTli AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION 24 credits(May be repeated) Prerequisite permtsston of Instructor. Group study of spec1al toptcs 1nhealth and phystcal educatton and sports medlc1ne.

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