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ENG 130 - Biblical & Classical Literature

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Works selected from Biblical literature and from Latin and Greek literature before Constantine.
Section: 1125
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ENG 210 - British Literature to 1700

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
A study of selected topics, themes, and authors in British literature before 1700.
Section: 1128
3
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CHE 100 - Chemistry & Society

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Non-mathematical approach to the study of matter. Presentation of the fundamentals of chemistry followed by socially relevant topics such as toxic waste management, environmental pollution, space technology, agricultural chemistry, chemistry of consumer products, food processing, polymers, and plastics.
Section: 1136
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credits

ENG 260 - Children's Literature

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Types of children's literature, with attention to the principles of book selection and reading interests of children.
Section: 1129
3
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HEW 305 - Community Health and Wellness

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Community health as it relates to world concerns, U.S. interests, and local community concerns. The interrelatedness of health care to various societal issues.
Section: 1041
3
credits

SCI 650 - Curricular Research Topics in Science

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Science Education graduate program. Nature of science educational research: problem analysis; descriptive and inferential statistics; experimental design; strategy of historical, descriptive, and experimental studies. Analysis of contemporary educational research.
Section: 1066
3
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EXE 520 - Curriculum for Teaching Individuals with Moderate and Severe Disabilities

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
This course is the first in a two-course sequence that addresses appropriate curriculum content for students with moderate, severe, profound, and multiple disabilities. The course emphasizes curriculum content that is both functional for an individual student, and age-appropriate, with instruction provided with same-age non-disabled peers in general education settings, the student's home school building, and home community. Topics include the integration of such services with national trends in both general educational and special education; collaboration with educational team members, including parents; identification of curriculum content and providing meaningful instruction; and facilitating change.
Section: 1059
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ESL 600 - English as a Second Language Methods

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
This course provides in-service and pre-service teachers with the knowledge and skills to teach Limited English Proficiency (LEP) students.
Section: 1134
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COM 389 - Entertainment Journalism

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Visit the college's website to find the course description.
Section: 1120
3
credits

BIO 104 - Environmental Biology

Buffalo State | Winter 2014-15
January 5, 2015 — 
Biological aspects of global environmental problems. Principles of ecology.
Section: 1062