Apr 22, 2018  
Fitchburg State University 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
Fitchburg State University 2017-2018 Undergraduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Early Childhood, Elementary, and Middle School Education

   •  EDUC 3122 - Sheltered English Immersion
   •  EDUC 3300 - Curriculum and Instruction in Middle School
   •  EDUC 3440 - Science in Education
   •  EDUC 3480 - Teaching Math Effectively
   •  EDUC 3740 - Onsite Immersion Field Experience
   •  EDUC 4020 - Collaboration for the Child: Engaging Families and Community Connections
   •  EDUC 4200 - Theories of Language and Second Language Acquisition
   •  EDUC 4550 - Collaboration: Co-Teaching, Building Communities and Working with Families
   •  EDUC 4862 - Practicum I in Early Childhood Education
   •  EDUC 4863 - Practicum II in Early Childhood Education
   •  EDUC 4864 - Capstone: Early Childhood Education B-8 Concentration (Nonlicensure)
   •  EDUC 4882 - Practicum in Elementary Education I
   •  EDUC 4883 - Practicum in Elementary Education II
   •  EDUC 4885 - Practicum in Middle School Education I
   •  EDUC 4886 - Practicum in Middle School Education II
   •  EDUC 4903 - Independent Study in Education
   •  EDUC 4975 - Directed Study

Economics

   •  ECON 1100 - Principles of Economics: Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 1200 - Principles of Economics: Microeconomics
   •  ECON 1300 - Consumer Economics
   •  ECON 2010 - Political Economy of Gender
   •  ECON 2140 - U.S. Economic History
   •  ECON 2300 - Industrial Organization
   •  ECON 2400 - Money and Banking
   •  ECON 2500 - Economic Development
   •  ECON 2550 - Urban Economics
   •  ECON 2600 - Public Finance
   •  ECON 3000 - History of Economic Thought
   •  ECON 3550 - International Economics
   •  ECON 3600 - International Finance
   •  ECON 3650 - Intermediate Macroeconomics
   •  ECON 3660 - Intermediate Microeconomics
   •  ECON 3700 - Econometrics
   •  ECON 4900 - Independent Study in Economics
   •  ECON 4940 - Internship in Economics
   •  ECON 4975 - Directed Study

English Studies

   •  ENGL 0100 - Basic College Writing
   •  ENGL 1100 - Writing I
   •  ENGL 1200 - Writing II
   •  ENGL 2000 - American Literature I: Age of Exploration to the Civil War
   •  ENGL 2010 - Introduction to Cultural Studies
   •  ENGL 2100 - American Literature II: Civil War to the Present
   •  ENGL 2200 - British Literature I: Beowulf to Milton
   •  ENGL 2210 - British Literature II: Pepys to Shelley
   •  ENGL 2220 - British Literature III: Brönte to Rushdie
   •  ENGL 2300 - Literature and Disability
   •  ENGL 2320 - Script Writing
   •  ENGL 2323 - Digital Journalism
   •  ENGL 2330 - Literature and Film
   •  ENGL 2340 - American Political Film and Literature: Conspiracies & Controversies
   •  ENGL 2400 - World Literature I
   •  ENGL 2500 - World Literature II
   •  ENGL 2540 - Global Issues in Film
   •  ENGL 2600 - The Bible as Literature
   •  ENGL 2620 - Classical Mythology
   •  ENGL 2650 - Ethnic American Literature
   •  ENGL 2660 - 19th Century African American Literature
   •  ENGL 2670 - 20th Century African American Literature
   •  ENGL 2700 - The Short Story
   •  ENGL 2710 - Introduction to Science Fiction and Fantasy
   •  ENGL 2720 - Reading Poetry
   •  ENGL 2750 - Detective Fiction
   •  ENGL 2800 - Journalism
   •  ENGL 2810 - Editing and Publishing
   •  ENGL 2860 - Introduction to Secondary School Teaching
   •  ENGL 2870 - The Structure and Nature of Language
   •  ENGL 2890 - Storytelling and the Oral Tradition
   •  ENGL 2900 - Children's Literature
   •  ENGL 2910 - Literature for Young Adults
   •  ENGL 2951 - The Grammar Dilemma: Grammar Instruction in the Middle and Secondary School
   •  ENGL 2999 - Approaches to English Studies
   •  ENGL 3000 - World Drama
   •  ENGL 3010 - American Drama
   •  ENGL 3015 - Writing the Science Fiction and Fantasy Novel
   •  ENGL 3020 - Modern Drama
   •  ENGL 3025 - English Studies Abroad
   •  ENGL 3026 - Genres, Forms, and Themes in Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 3027 - Experimental Writing
   •  ENGL 3028 - Research for Creative Writers
   •  ENGL 3030 - The Middle Ages
   •  ENGL 3035 - Playwrighting
   •  ENGL 3040 - British Literature Since World War II
   •  ENGL 3045 - Media Conscious Storytelling
   •  ENGL 3050 - 20th-Century Irish Literature
   •  ENGL 3060 - Modern Poetry
   •  ENGL 3061 - Jewish American Literature & Culture
   •  ENGL 3070 - European Literature I
   •  ENGL 3080 - European Literature II
   •  ENGL 3090 - Questioning War in Film and Literature
   •  ENGL 3091 - Asian Cinemas: Eastern Visions in a Post Colonial World
   •  ENGL 3092 - Transatlantic Literature
   •  ENGL 3100 - World Novel
   •  ENGL 3120 - Golden Age of English Renaissance Literature
   •  ENGL 3210 - Major American Writers of the 20th Century
   •  ENGL 3220 - American Novel to 1950
   •  ENGL 3300 - Women and Literature
   •  ENGL 3460 - Rebels in American Film and Literature: Race, Gender, and Class Outsiders
   •  ENGL 3480 - Writing for the Web
   •  ENGL 3500 - Creative Writing
   •  ENGL 3510 - Fiction Writing
 

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