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Teaching & Facilitation

Graduate Courses

Undergraduate Courses

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EDUC819: Leadership Theory and Practice

Completed by Master of Education students, this course explores the theoretical foundations of leadership and how those inform practice in various educational settings.

 

PSYC807: Psychopathology

Completed by Master of Arts in Clinical and Community Psychology students, this course explores the range of mental illness diagnoses as defined by the Diagnostic and Statical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) with emphases on differential diagnoses and treatment plans, including pharmacological methods.

PSCY302: Abnormal Psychology

This course explores the range of mental illnesses as defined by the DSM with emphases on etiology, diagnoses, and treatment.

ENGL212: College Reading

This course explores the range of skills that students are required to demonstrate in developing critical reading skills.

 

ENGL211: College Writing

This course explores the range of skills that students are required to demonstrate in developing competent, tertiary-level writing skills.

 

MATH120: College Math

This course explores basic to intermediate mathematical concepts, including algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.

 

MATH001: Foundation Math

This course explores foundational mathematical concepts, including arithmetic and basic algebra.

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