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ENG 370 - Foundations of Language

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
February 2, 2015 — 
The structure of language with emphasis on English, relation to speech and writing. Language families and their relationships. Language change. Significance of regional and social dialects.
Section: 2242
3
credits

ENG 205 - History of Cinema 1

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
February 2, 2015 — 
This course provides the student with an understanding of cinema history from 1890 to 1960. Students will examine trends in cinema's aesthetic forms, technical breakthroughs, innovators, cultural antecedents, and impact.
Section: 4206
3
credits

ENG 206 - History of Cinema 2

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
February 2, 2015 — 
This course provides the student with an understanding of cinema history since 1960. Students will examine representative trends in cinema's aesthetic form, technical breakthroughs, key innovators, cultural antecedents and cultural impact.
Section: 4281
3
credits

ADE 600 - Adulthood and Development

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Study of adulthood and development during the adult years; consideration of the physiological and psychological development of the individual from young adulthood through old age-changing roles, conflicts, adjustments, dilemmas, aspirations, ethnicity, potentials, responsibilities, rights, and freedoms-as indicated in theory and research.
Section: 2847
3
credits

CRJ 455 - Advanced Intelligence Analysis

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Advanced-level continuation of CRJ 250. Introduces a variety of analytical techniques; provides advanced knowledge, understanding, and application of these techniques; promotes critical thinking and report-writing skills.
Section: 2342
3
credits

CRJ 420 - Advanced Issues in Punishment and Corrections

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Critical analysis of contemporary policies, practices, and issues arising from the control and punishment of criminal offenders. Emphasis on the complexity of recent issues, such as disparity in criminal sentencing, use of the death penalty, institutional overcrowding, treatment of institutionalized people, and community supervision of nonincarcerated offenders. Focus of analysis will vary with interests of faculty and students.
Section: 4027
3
credits

EXE 634 - Applied Behavior Analysis

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Applied behavior analysis in the education of students with moderate and severe disabilities: principles and procedures for reinforcing existing behaviors, teaching new behaviors; evaluating progress through use of student performance data; contingency management procedures for including individuals with moderate and severe disabilities in regular education settings.
Section: 2177
3
credits

GES 535 - Astronomy for Earth Science Teachers

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
The dynamic universe: solar system, stars, galaxies, and quasars. Night sky and planetarium observation.
Section: 1937
3
credits

EXE 362 - Behavior and Classroom Management

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Managing the classroom environment to facilitate effective instruction. Various models of behavior management.
Section: 1813
3
credits

ENG 130 - Biblical & Classical Literature

Buffalo State | Spring 2015
January 26, 2015 — 
Works selected from Biblical literature and from Latin and Greek literature before Constantine.
Section: 2407