Courses of Instruction
Higher and postsecondary Education (EDHP)
EDHP 500 Foundations of Higher, Adult, and Professional Education (3, Fa) Contemporary issues in higher, adult, and professional education in the United States; analytic perspectives from various disciplines (history, philosophy, sociology); implications for policy and practice.
EDHP 502 Administration of Higher, Adult, and Professional Education (3, Sp) Policies and theories for governance and management. Relations between historical and contemporary organizational processes in postsecondary education. Critique and applications of current research.
EDHP 503 Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning in Higher, Adult, and Professional Education (3, Sp) Curriculum, teaching, and learning strategies for general, vocational, and professional education; planning for lifelong learning; theories, policies, and practices for higher, adult, and professional education.
EDHP 508 Organization Theory and Higher Education (3) Examines the most prominent organization theories and analyzes issues, problems, and situations in higher education through the lenses of these theories.
EDHP 510 Introduction to Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages (3, Fa) Overview of the foundations of second-language acquisition research and the principles and practices of teaching both ESL (Second Language) and EFL (Foreign Language).
EDHP 511 Applied Linguistics for Language Teachers (3, Fa) Overview of linguistics and its application to second-language teaching for teachers of English to speakers of other languages.
EDHP 518 Applied Linguistics: Teaching American English Pronunciation (3, FaSp) Provides ESL instructors with a thorough grounding in the sound system of American English and a variety of techniques for teaching pronunciation.
EDHP 519 Applied Linguistics: Teaching English Grammar (3, FaSp) Provides ESL instructors with a thorough grounding in the grammar of English and a variety of techniques for teaching grammar.
EDHP 521 Course Design for Language Learning (3, Sp) A survey of current approaches, types of syllabus designs, language courses for specific purposes; evaluating, selecting, and writing course materials.
EDHP 551 Applied Educational Ethnography (3, Fa) Research for improving leadership in higher, adult, and professional education. Ethnographically motivated field designs, observations, focused and unstructured interviews and unobtrusive techniques.
EDHP 552 The Politics of Difference (3) Explores strategies for restructuring institutions of higher education to improve student support and achievement among historically marginalized groups.
EDHP 560 Feminist Theory (4, FaSpSm) (Enroll in SWMS 560)
EDHP 563 Student Affairs Work in College (3, Fa) Principles, services, and organizational patterns of student affairs programs and services for two-year, four-year and professional higher education institutions.
EDHP 565 Intervention Strategies in College Student Development (3, Sp) Exploration of current campus issues such as violence, diversity and academic remediation, and their related intervention strategies (policy-based, programmatic, and counseling-based).
EDHP 580 The Community College (3, SpSm) The community college movement; history; aims; curriculum; types of administrative organization; teaching procedures; relation to lower and higher institutions; profiles of faculty and students; evaluation.
EDHP 585ab English for Academic Purposes (a: 3, Fa, b: 3, Sp) a: First of a two-course sequence for international students only introducing U.S. academic discourse in relation to the subject of methodology in teaching English as a second language. Open to international students only. Concurrent enrollment: EDHP 510. b: Second of a two-course sequence for international students only introducing U.S. academic discourse in relation to the subject of methodology in teaching English as a second language.
EDHP 586 Teaching Reading and Writing in a Second Language for the Literate Student (3, Sm) Survey of current theory, research, and practice in the teaching and learning of second-language reading and writing to students literate in their own languages.
EDHP 587 Fieldwork in Higher, Adult, and Professional Education (1-8, max 8, FaSpSm) Structured participation in supervised teaching or administrative activities. Assignments matched with student’s goals, training, experience. Graded CR/NC. Recommended preparation: EDHP 563, EDHP 565.
EDHP 588 Practicum in Second Language Teaching (2-6, Sp) Observation and participation in ESL programs of various types and levels. Students assigned to programs on basis of experience, needs, and interests.
EDHP 593ab Master’s Seminar (2-2, FaSpSm) An examination and analysis of research and literature in the student’s area of focus. Required for all master’s candidates who do not enroll in the Master’s Thesis (594abz). Graded CR/NC.
EDHP 594abz Master’s Thesis (2-2-0, FaSpSm) Required for all master’s candidates who do not enroll in the Master’s Seminar (593ab). Credit on acceptance of thesis. Graded IP/CR/NC.
EDHP 657 Management of Student Services in Higher Education (3, Sp) Delivery of student services and programs in higher education, organizational behavior, management systems, administrative procedures, and alternative leadership styles.
EDHP 679 Legal Issues in the Administration of Higher Education (3, Sm) Analysis of legal issues related to the administration of higher education; emphasis on relations with students, faculty, staff, alumni, and campus communities. Prerequisite: EDHP 500 or appropriate experience.
EDHP 687 Student Development in Higher Education (3, Sp) Theories of college student development and application of developmental models to program design, interventions, outreach, and research programs.