Jun 03, 2020  
University Catalog 2013-2014 (ARCHIVED CATALOG) 
    
University Catalog 2013-2014 (ARCHIVED CATALOG) [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


 

Economics and Statistics (Undergraduate)

Upper division status is prerequisite to enrollment in 300- and 400- level ECON courses.

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Economics and Statistics (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser. Classified graduate standing and approval by the College of Business and Economics Advisement Center are required for admission to all 500-level courses.

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Education (Undergraduate)

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Educational Administration (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements, subject to limits established by the division and approval of the graduate adviser.
Classified graduate standing is required for admission, except that postbaccalaureate students may enroll in 500-level courses that are required in a credential program

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Educational Administration (Doctoral)

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Educational Foundations (Undergraduate)

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Educational Foundations (Graduate)

All 400-level courses may be applied toward master’s degree requirements except the following, subject to limits established by the department and approval of the graduate adviser

Classified graduate standing is required for admission, except that postbaccalaureate students may enroll in 500-level courses that are required in a credential program

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