The following courses have been approved to count toward the Minor in Education. Introduction to basic paradigms of thinking about cultural difference, encouraging students to examine how these paradigms shape how we think, act, and imagine ourselves/others as members of diverse cultures. Course focuses on schools and educational issues as they relate to practices and policies. Gen Ed: SS, EE-Service Learning. Criteria to Fulfill a Gen Ed Requirement: Course â¦ This course will introduce students to learning more about immigration-related schooling issues in the United States and North Carolina. Gen Ed: SS. Philosophy courses currently belong within the Foundations, Approaches, and Connections categories. Gen Ed: LA. The UNC Charlotte faculty created a set of Liberal Studies (LBST) courses dedicated exclusively to General Education. This course considers the history and present lives of youth, primarily as teenagers/adolescents. 1 Approach + 1 Connection or 2 Connections. All students take four LBST courses. Pre- or corequisite, GERM 301 or 302 or permission of the instructor. EDUC 517: Educational Partnership Through Program Evaluation (3) Prerequisite: None. Gen Ed: SS, GL, EDUC 509: Helping Youth Thrive in K-12 Schools (3) Prerequisite: None. Gen Ed: HS. This course introduces students to a research-based, highly practical understanding of leadership frames/styles prominent in education and nonprofit organizations and continued student engagement with various leadership models and principles. Teaching to Transform Society II (3) Prerequisite: EDUC 575. See the UNC Registrarâs Directory of Classes page for more information.. For the ENVR 400: In-house Seminar Series, go to weinberg.sph.uncâ¦ Readings, discussions, and essays in German. Gen Ed: LA, CI, EDUC 570: History of American Higher Education (3) Prerequisite: None. 7.3k. This course is primarily built upon weekly service learning, as students receive hands-on and behind-the-scenes experience in serving local schools, community-based organizations, and other youth-serving initiatives, specifically with LatinxEd’s programs and partners. Grading status: ... SERVICE COURSES. The following courses require special arrangements with the instructor for both all semesters offered: BIOS 740, 842, 850, 992, 993 and 994. General Education rests on certain foundational skills and knowledge, including the ability to communicate effectively both in English and another language and to apply quantitative reasoning skills in context. SOCI 426: Sociology of Education (3) Prerequisite: None. The PDF will include all information unique to this page. Explores literature in the contexts of interdisciplinary elementary and middle school curricula and the interests and needs of children and young adolescents. Focus on youth in schools. Gen Ed: HS, US. Students explore multiple perspectives on social justice; examine efforts at local, state, national, and global levels; and learn to articulate efforts in classrooms and schools with wider community initiatives. You will complete your Minor in Education with a capstone course. The UNC Class Search can be used to search for courses by semester. Download PDF of the 2020-21 Graduate Catalog. Does it matter what you learn in college? An overview of theory and research on education and schooling, with an emphasis on inequalities in educational opportunities, education as a social institution, and the changing context of schools and schooling. PSYC 250: Child Development (3) Prerequisite: PSYC 101. Note: Additional School of Education courses are being planned and will be added to the Minor’s list of courses as they are approved. Carolina participates in the Advanced Placement, International Baccalaureate, A Level, and French Baccalaureate programs and awards credit based on the following schedules.These schedules are reviewed annually by the faculty and are subject to change without notice. This course was developed to confront and address questions of global cultural competence and self-critique. Permission of the instructor. PED 101: Many EC students take PE and health courses at their schools, but you must have taken the PED 101 equivalent (PED 110/111/112 at the community college) to earn credit. 124. Course involves discussion about the changing and contested goals of education, how student projects are implicated in these complexities, and how the projects may be articulated in terms of policy change. However, you are not required to do this. This course examines previous and present eras in American education from a critical race perspective. Chemical and biological origins of calcium carbonate, skeletal structure, and chemo-mineralogy, preservation, sedimentation, and early diagenesis are studied in deep and shallow environmental settings to understand skeletal genesis, limestone â¦ This course examines experiential education in a variety of settings. Using the lens of Public Pedagogy defined as the pedagogy in which all humans are immersed in which is not without politics and message. In this course we will examine the role of higher education in U.S. society and why it matters that you are enrolled here at all. Gen Ed: SS SOCI 423: Sociology of Education, Experiential Education (3) Prerequisite: None. Members. Gen Ed: SS, EDUC 507: Arts, Education, and Social (3) Prerequisite: None. The capstone course culminates classes in the minor. Gen Ed: SS, CI. On average, Americans spend less than five percent of their lives in traditional classrooms and an ever-growing body of evidence supports the importance and quality of the knowledge gained outside of school. (Gen Ed: PH, NA) Maymester 2018 RELI 235: Place, Space, and Religion Brad Erickson EDUC 522: Schools, Cultures and Communities II: Schools (3) Prerequisite: None. It is offered in both the Fall and the Spring of each year. GEOL 234.Marine Carbonate Environments. The launch courses are new âthey are small faculty-led sections of a large introductory core subject course like Econ 101, for example. This can include. Parks, museums, theaters, zoos, and aquariums are just a few of the vast resources available to the American public. Students must complete 36 credit hours of general education curriculum. The Catalog is the most authoritative resource for all information about degree programs and courses in the Department of Music. The General Education requirements you must meet will come to between 39 and 44 credit hours (13 or 14 classes). Students in this class will be introduced to higher education in the United States. The course will distinguish among early, middle and late adolescence and will cover several theoretical perspectives. Online. Courses approved as meeting requirements in the General Education Core category or marker areas are indicated by one of the following abbreviations: These are the only School of Education courses that are approved to count toward the Minor in Education. EDUC 572. The construction of this course is based on an integration of macro and micro approaches through constant cross-cultural, cross-group, and cross-sectional (historical) comparisons, and emphasizes studying the impacts of migration on education as a transnational and transregional process. Tar Heels born, bred, and dead since 1789. A practical introduction to theory and methodology in program evaluation, emphasizing partnership with educational organizations. The Classroom and Course Scheduling team plans and directs all activities related to scheduling. UNC Charlotte's General Education program is designed to provide you with the broad liberal arts education that is an essential part of the college experience. You’ll actively engage in the creative process, in four different domains, such as creative writing and music production. Selecting courses with general topical areas allows you to choose courses that align with your individual interests. But today that’s changed, thanks to exciting new technologies that bring learning and making together. Participation in this course serves as a prerequisite to Teaching to Transform Society II, a service-learning course where students receive placement as interns at either LatinxEd or at a partner youth development organization. to discuss issues and ideas in education that will help the student be articulate in the educational debates of today, and. Some courses are considered easy and are usually taken as electives. EDUC 521: Schools, Cultures, and Communities I: Youth (3) Prerequisite: None. Lecture, case studies, discussion. Gen Ed: CI, US, ENGL 291: Children’s Picture Books: Texts and Illustrations (3) Prerequisite: None. Below is a reference table to show â¦ Students explore the explicit and implied ethics of education and schooling as they relate to policy makers, educators, and citizens concerned about social justice. Psychology of Creativity (3) Prerequisite: None. The developmental period of adolescence is studied from a multidisciplinary perspective. The submission of this request will allow the course to be reflected properly within ConnectCarolina/the Tar Heel Tracker. Some courses will only give you one gen ed but others can knock out anywhere from two to three. These courses introduce students to fundamental themes and develop core competencies. Topics analyzed through three of the most commonly used evaluative criteria in policy analysis: equity, efficiency, and effectiveness. Gen Ed: EE-Field Work, EDUC 518: Exploring Public Pedagogies through Popular Culture (3) Prerequisite: None. In my elective section on my Tarheel Tracker, I have a MATH 231 course which is not being used for major requirements and is above 200 level. It also includes a lifetime fitness coursâ¦ Composition II (3 credits) A fullâtime student must enroll in ENG 1050, Composition I, immediately and must earn a âCâ (2.0) grade or better before enrolling in ENG 1060, Composition II. A course can be approved for up to 2 General Education Requirements. A special version of SOCI 130 (see above) for juniors, seniors, and beginning graduate students. These broadly interdisciplinary courses expose students to new ideas, new modes of inquiry and essential skills. The world as constructed as created by humans is charged with messages subtle and overt that shape our experience and point of view. Below is a reference table to show courses that have been pre-approved for various general education credits. Note: UNC Study Abroad cannot guarantee course availability or enrollment in courses at host programs or institutions. Also included is a list of the College of Arts and Sciences courses that have been approved to count toward the Minor in Education. Gen Ed: EE- Service Learning, US. Gen Ed: CI, SS. Gen Ed: SS. Learn strengths-oriented approaches in education practice, research, and policy. An overview of theory and research on education and schooling with an emphasis on inequalities in educational opportunities, education as a social institution, and the changing context of schools and schooling. The EDUC 390 courses listed here can all be counted toward the “Education Course” requirement as part of the Education Minor. ... Home to the students, alumni, and fans of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. In order to register for a UNC Online course, you must first enroll at one of our 16 campuses. Gen Ed: US. An exploration of the function and history of art in educational and social change movements. Students may not receive credit for both SOCI 423 and SOCI 426. Academics and Credit Information While Abroad, America and Australia: The Issues Compared, Truth and Human Existence, Introduction to Philosophy, Australian Studies: Cultures and Identities, Lost Worlds: The Big History of Ancient History, Exploring Contemporary Australia: People, Events, Ideas, FROM MONUMENT TO MEMORIAL: WAR, TRAUMA AND MEMORY IN CENTRAL EUROPEâS PUBLIC SPACES, Poverty and Inequality in 21st Century Brazil (English), Topics in Global China Studies: Chinese Science Fictions, Enemy Within: Spies and Espionage in the Cold War, World of Vikings: Facts, Fiction, and Fantasy, Medicine and Society in the Ancient World, Secrets & Spies: Modern Espionage and Intelligence, The Making of Britain I: Anglo-Saxon and Norman Britain c.400-1100, Understanding Foreign Policy: the Diplomacy of War, Profit, and Justice, Masculin-FÃ©minin: La France au Miroir du cinÃ©ma, International Crises: History of French and American Involvements in the Vietnam War, Art history of the twentieth and twenty-first centuries, The European Union, A Territory in Construction, The Promise of German Philosophy: Between Kant and Hegel, Education for Sustainable Development: Island Communities and Conservation, When Egypt meets the Aegean: Interconnections in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean, Irish Literature in the Last 100 Years: Identity, Selfhood, and the State, Readings in Gender, Class, Religion and Ethnicity in China, Cultural Heritage and Early Irish Literary Tradition, Cultural Heritage and Early Irish Heroic Tradition, Game of Thrones: Gender, Power and Identity, The Age of Heroes: The Illiad, The Odyssey, The Aeneid and Origins of Western Literature, Many Italies, Other Italies: Modern Literary Representations, Creative Processes in Visual Communication, The Holocaust: Jewish and Christian Responses, The 1960's A Global Counter Cultural Movement, Italian Renaissance Civilization and Culture, Italy Today: Italians and Italy through the Media (in Italian), High Renaissance and Mannerism (in Italian only), Contemporary Italian Politics (in Italian only), Italian through Children's Literature (in Italian only; prerequisite UNC's ITAL 300), Italian Women's Literature (in Italian only), Female Characters in 20th Century Fiction, Dante, Petrarca, Boccaccio: Italian Literature of the 14th Century, Italian Grand Tour: Italy through the Eyes of Famous Travellers, Fundamentals of Art & Design: Color Theory, Advanced Drawing I: Observation and Interpretation, Introduction to Digital Photography (Summer), Intermediate Digital Photography (Summer), From Plato to Machiavelli: Classical Political Thought, History 300 Italian Renaissance Civilisation and Culture, Classical Mythology: Gods and Heros of Greece and Rome, Buddhisim and Social Change in Contemporary Asia, Sociolinguistic Issues and Modern Japense, Philosophical Topics on the Ideal Images of Human Beings; Conversations between Japanese and the Western Culture, Aotearoa: Introduction to Traditional MÄori Society, Aotearoa New Zealand: History, Society, and Politics, GENDER, THE MILITARY AND INTERNATIONAL SECURITY, SEMINAR ON NEO-LIBERALISM, GLOBALIZATION, CRISIS, AND LABOR, INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATIONS, NGOS, AND SOCIAL MOVEMENTS, CONFLICTS, PEACE-BUILDING, AND INTERNATIONAL REGULATION, BORDER CROSSINGS: EUROPEAN RESPONSES TO CURRENT MIGRATION ISSUES, Making and Breaking Medieval Britain: England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales c. 1100- c.1500, South Asia: Culture, Politics, and the Economy, Central and Eastern Europe in the Age of Stalin, History 1B, Europe Rising: the Medieval World, 500-1500, From Adam to Apocalypse: The Bible and Western Culture, People and Power: Politics of the British Isles, Quantitative Methods for Economic Analysis, History of Modern Western Political Thought, Names as Marker of Socio-Cultural Identity, Einstein's Universe and Quantum Weirdness, Names As Marker of Socio-Cultural Identity, Science Fiction Movies in the West and the East, Understanding & Critiquing Sustainability, From Samurai to Sony: The History of Modern Japan, Chinese Philosophical Traditions I: From Han to Tang, Environmental and Natural Resource Policy, Traditional Music in a Southeast Asian Country, South Asia: People, Culture, and Development, The Technology of Life - Machines that Go Squish, Quantitative Reasoning Foundation: Mental Events, Exploring Blogs as a Form of Communication, Blood, Death and Desire, Interpreting the Vampire, Writing and Research: Controversies in the History of Ideas, Great 20th Century Artists of Catalonia: Picasso, Dali and Miro, International Events in Barcelona: An Artistic Perspective, Language, Culture and Communication: the Spanish Perspective, European Television in Comparative Perspective, Campaigning in Europe: From Propaganda to Political Marketing, Crime, Disorder, Policing and Justice: Spanish and European Perspectives, History of Europe: Building Contemporary Europe, The American Century: US Policy in Western Europe, Discrimination and Persecution in Spain and the West, Understanding Contemporary Spain: Politics, Society, History, International Security and Geopoligics: A Spanish & European Perspective, Travel Writing in Spain/Europe: Between Self and Other, The Spanis Picaresque: From Don Quixote to Huckleberry, Barcelona and the Latin American Literary Boom, Understanding Photography: Decoding the Still Image, Islamic Art and Architecture of Spain and its Impact, The Role of Social and Mass media in Revolution and Change in the Arab World, The Challenges Of Regional Development And The Eu Response, Democracy, Populism and Public Opinion in the European Union, The Mediterranean Policy Of Spain And The European Union, Water Color Workshop: Landscape in Granada, Reading the City: Literature and Art in Salamanca, Regionalism in Spain: Political Union and Cultural Intersections, Love, Sex and Death in the Spanish Golden Age: 16th & 17th Century Drama and Poetry, Literature & Cinema in Contemporary Spain, Psychology, Health and Wellbeing: Beyond Just Treating Mental Disorders, Paths of the Sacred: Pilgrimage in Religious Traditions and its Evolution in Europe, Comparative Religion: Tracing the Path of the Spanish Soul, Her Side of History: Gender in Mediterranean Societies, The Cultures of Spain: Understanding Past, Present, and Future, Spanish Civil War in Literature and Performing Arts (since 1975), ALMODÃVAR Y LA MUJER EN EL CINE ESPAÃOL, PsicologÃa Social de la ComunicaciÃ³n Audiovisual, ComunicaciÃ³n Audiovisual e Interculturalidad, TeorÃa, TÃ©cnica y GÃ©neros FotogrÃ¡ficos, Tendencias Literarias en la Cultura ContemporÃ¡nea, Historia del Pensamiento PolÃtico y Social, PsicologÃa Social de la Publicidad y las Relaciones PÃºblicas, EvoluciÃ³n de la EconomÃa Europea y EspaÃ±ola y su Entorno, Publicidad, Cultura de Masas e Industrias Culturales, An Introduction to Literary and Cultural Analysis, Global Issues on The First Trans-Atlantic Culture, Spanish Literature from 1700 to the Present, Social Psychology: International Perspectives, Patrimonio Cultural HistÃ³rico y ArtÃstico S. Gen Ed: SS, US, EDUC 567: Children’s Literature in Elementary and Middle Schools (3) Prerequisite: None. We’ve known this for years, but it’s been very hard to design activities for children where they can move and make, and at the same time learn the required course material. Composition I (3 credits) ENG 1060. Study of the development of social and intellectual behavior in normal children and the processes that underlie this development. Gen Ed: SS, EDUC 506: Politics, Policymaking and America’s Schools (3) Prerequisite: None. Campus Directory Contact Information for campus employees. Learn more and apply as a visiting student. This course will focus on the development of colleges and universities and how their development helped shape and define current institutional practices and policies. How do people create? 2 Credits. Courtship, marriage, and parent-child relations viewed within a life-cycle framework. The UNF General Education Program Requirements. “Education” refers to teachers, students, principals, other educators, and the everyday processes of schooling, and “popular culture” refers to school films (fictional films), school documentaries, television shows, music videos and song lyrics, animation, and other media forms. However, I was told I still needed two supplemental gen-Ed courses. Gen Ed: SS, US. An investigation of children’s picture books within the context of illustrated texts in Britain and America. Created Jul 27, 2009. (email@example.com) when your spreadsheet is completed for Phase #2 and all syllabi for the requested courses have been reviewed and saved to your Syllabi Phase 2 subfolder by February 1, 2020. All courses listed below will transfer as study abroad transfer credit, provided students earn the equivalent of a UNC âCâ grade or better. It seeks recognition and understanding of the uniqueness of their lives. PO Box 1510 Pembroke, NC 28372-1510 Note: UNC Class Search can be used to display or sort if a class is open, closed or â¦ to conduct an inquiry into a topic or project of interest to the student in the field of education, broadly defined. PLCY 530: Educational Problems and Policy Solutions (3) Prerequisite: None. Explore and analyze how education has been represented in popular culture. EDUC 390 courses are special topics courses that are awaiting the assignment of a permanent number and may be approved to count toward the Minor in Education (See below). Through extensive case study and conversations with policy actors, students will learn the stages model of policy making and understand conflicting values that play out in policy decisions. Below is a list of courses offered by the School of Education that may count toward the Minor in Education. Academic credit hours are earned through a combination of weekly course meetings, completion of reading and writing assignments, and assessments. The course takes up contemporary literature on positive psychology, developmental assets, resiliency, cultural competence, school readiness, school engagement/ connectedness, and positive youth development. The Minor in Education courses may be loosely grouped into topical areas, such as Culture, Curriculum and Teacher Education; Educational Policy, Organization, and Leadership; and Learning, Development and Psychological Sciences. An overview of theory and research on education and schooling, with an emphasis on inequalities in educational opportunities, education as a social institution, and the changing context of schools and schooling. Foreign Language - must take 101-102 sequence in language other than high school language OR take up to 201 proficiency if you are continuing the â¦ Gen Ed: SS, EDUC 510: Mexican American/Chican@ Experience in Education (3) Prerequisite: None. Important topics include Reconstruction, agrarian protests, disfranchisement and segregation, industrialization and workers’ experience, the civil rights movement, and 20th-century politics. Students may not receive credit for both SOCI 423 and SOCI 426. Gen Ed: HS, NA. A critical review of current debates and policy solutions in education. Critiques will feature dominant or majoritarian narratives (widely adopted accounts often taught as part of an institution’s curriculum) and counter narratives in regards to racism with the education of Blacks in America serving as a case example. Youth, primarily as teenagers/adolescents of how creativity works, in psychology and in other disciplines and societies. 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