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    Springfield College
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 School of Professional and Continuing Studies

Undergraduate and Graduate Courses and Descriptions


Course Numbering System

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Undergraduate Course Numbers

100-level:

 

These courses are broad surveys or an introduction to a discipline. They do not have prerequisites, unless it is a sequential course.

200-level:

 

These courses are introductions to, or principles of, areas of study within a discipline. They may or may not have prerequisites.

300-level:

 

These are advanced courses, providing depth of study in a specialized topic, or pre-practicums. They often have prerequisites, or assume readiness for advanced level study.

400-level:

 

These are highly specialized undergraduate courses, capstone seminars, or capstone practicums. Prerequisites, a level of readiness, or advancement within the major may be required for this advanced level of work.

   

Graduate Course Numbers

500-level:

 

These courses are generally introductory or entry level graduate courses.

600-level:

  These courses are more advanced, in-depth and specialized graduate study associated with a profession or discipline.
 

UNDG - Business

   •  HSBA 120 - Principles of Marketing Credits: 3
   •  HSBA 130 - Principles of Economics Credits: 3
   •  HSBA 140 - Principles of Accounting Credits: 3

UNDG - Community Youth Development

   •  CYDL 185 - Adolescent Development in Context Credits: 3
   •  CYDL 210 - Alternative Theories in Youth Development Credits: 3
   •  CYDL 251 - Special Topics Credits: 1-3
   •  CYDL 310 - Transformative Cross-Culture Youth Leadership Credits: 3
   •  CYDL 330 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 1 Credits: 4
   •  CYDL 331 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 2 Credits: 4
   •  CYDL 332 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 3 Credits: 4
   •  CYDL 340 - Building Competencies in Community Youth Work Credits: 3
   •  CYDL 391 - Independent Study I Credits: 1-3
   •  CYDL 420 - Counseling Youth Credits: 3
   •  CYDL 486 - Internship Credits: 6-Mar

UNDG - Criminal Justice

   •  CJWB 101 - Introduction to Criminal Justice Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 120 - Criminal Law and Procedure Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 130 - Criminology Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 131 - Women and Crime Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 150 - Homeland Security and Terrorism Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 152 - Police and the Modern Society Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 154 - Corrections Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 155 - The Criminal Court System Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 160 - Criminal Law Concepts Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 170 - Cyber Crime Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 220 - The Intersection of the Criminal Justice and Mental Health Systems Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 239 - Ethics and Law Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 240 - The Changing Nature of Criminal Justice Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 249 - Juvenile Justice Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 251 - Special Topics Credits: 1-3
   •  CJWB 330 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 1 Credits: 4
   •  CJWB 331 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 2 Credits: 4
   •  CJWB 332 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 3 Credits: 4
   •  CJWB 334 - Police Administration and Leadership Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 345 - Politics of Prisons Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 365 - Law and Social Change Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 391 - Independent Study I Credits: 1-3
   •  CJWB 411 - Violence and Social Control in U.S. History and Society Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 438 - Liability Issues for Public Officials Credits: 3
   •  CJWB 486 - Internship Credits: 6-Mar

UNDG - Early Childhood Education

   •  ECED 210 - Early Childhood Development Credits: 3
   •  ECED 250 - Infants and Toddlers: Learning through Relationships Credits: 3
   •  ECED 251 - Special Topics Credits: 1-3
   •  ECED 310 - Foundations of Early Childhood Education Credits: 3
   •  ECED 320 - Children with Special Needs Credits: 3
   •  ECED 325 - Ethical and Professional Standards for Early Childhood Educators Credits: 3
   •  ECED 330 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 1 Credits: 4
   •  ECED 331 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 2 Credits: 4
   •  ECED 332 - Group Project in Community Development and Change 3 Credits: 4
   •  ECED 340 - Diversity and Multicultural Perspectives in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3
   •  ECED 350 - Early Childhood Health, Safety and Nutrition Credits: 3
   •  ECED 391 - Independent Study I Credits: 1-3
   •  ECED 410 - Early Childhood Education Classroom Management Credits: 3
   •  ECED 420 - Basic Management Skills for Early Childhood Education Credits: 3
   •  ECED 450 - Assessment and Documentation in Early Childhood Education Credits: 3
   •  ECED 460 - Program Evaluation on Early Childhood Education Credits: 3
   •  ECED 486 - Early Childhood Education Internship Credits: 6-Mar

UNDG - Human Services

   •  HUSB 101 - Administration I Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 102 - Administration II Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 104 - Basic Management Skills Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 107 - Ethical Decision-Making Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 108 - Creation of Alternative Settings Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 109 - Group Techniques and Analysis Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 111 - Education, Work and Social Welfare Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 112 - Social Factors on Health Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 114 - Structural Analysis of American Society Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 117 - Volunteerism and Human Services Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 118 - Oral Communication Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 119 - Communications Skills I Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 120 - Human Behavior in the Social Environment Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 121 - The Study of Theatre and Drama in Expressing Social Change and Social Justice Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 122 - Introduction to Basic Counseling Techniques Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 124 - Web Design Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 125 - PowerPoint Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 126 - Social Service Networks Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 128 - Word Processing Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 129 - Spreadsheet Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 130 - Introduction to Community Organizing Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 136 - Puerto Rico: Analysis and Perspectives Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 137 - Canoeing Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 138 - Critical Thinking Through Literature Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 139 - Hiking Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 140 - Theories of Counseling Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 141 - Computer Literacy Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 142 - Law and Legal Advocacy Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 143 - Contemporary American Literature Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 146 - Writing Skills Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 147 - Academic Skills Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 150 - African-American History Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 151 - Mathematical Inquiry Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 155 - Yoga Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 156 - Crisis Intervention Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 165 - Public Speaking Credits: 2
   •  HUSB 166 - Music and Empowerment Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 167 - Domestic Violence Credits: 1
   •  HUSB 171 - Statistics Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 203 - Administration: Finances Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 205 - Financial Management Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 206 - Public Relations for Community Organizations Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 211 - Effective Parent-Child Relationships Credits: 3
   •  HUSB 220 - Ecology Credits: 3
 

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