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    Appalachian State University
   
 
  Dec 13, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Graduate Bulletin

Course Catalog


Graduate courses at Appalachian are numbered 5000 and above. 5000 is master’s level; 6000 is specialist level; 7000 is doctoral level. Courses numbered below 5000 may not count toward the minimum hours required for a graduate degree or certificate program of study.

Courses for Continued Enrollment

Courses numbered 5989/7989 courses are intended for continued enrollment purposes only and do not count toward the minimum hours required for a graduate degree or certificate program of study. All other courses described in this bulletin (except courses numbered 5989 and 7989) are courses that count as a required or elective course on a program of study for at least one graduate degree.

Cross-listed Courses

Several courses are shared across two or more disciplines or departments, and as such are cross listed under multiple prefixes. Students may only count one version of such a course on a program of study. These cross-listed courses are indicated with a notation in (parentheses) at the end of the course description.

Dual-listed Courses

Selected courses at the 5000 level are dual listed with senior undergraduate (4000-level) courses, meaning that the two courses may be offered in the same room at the same time. Graduate students in these 5000-level courses will have additional requirements specified on the syllabus to ensure a more in-depth study of the course topics. These dual-listed courses are indicated with a notation in [brackets] at the end of the course description. Graduate students may include up to 12 semester hours of dual-listed 5000-level courses on a program of study.

NOTE: When a prerequisite is at the undergraduate level (below the 5000 level), students should consult with the department regarding whether they have the relevant background to succeed in the graduate course.

 

History

   •  HIS 5209 - Research Seminar in Appalachian History (3)
   •  HIS 5306 - Readings Seminar in Latin American History (3)
   •  HIS 5307 - Research Seminar in Latin American History (3)
   •  HIS 5400 - Grant Writing (3)
   •  HIS 5406 - Readings Seminar in African/Middle Eastern/Asian History (3)
   •  HIS 5407 - Research Seminar in African/Middle Eastern/Asian History (3)
   •  HIS 5450 - History and Social Studies Education (3)
   •  HIS 5460 - World History: Concepts and Content (3)
   •  HIS 5500 - Independent Study (1-3)
   •  HIS 5530-5549 - Selected Topics (1-4)
   •  HIS 5575 - Introduction to Public History (3)
   •  HIS 5576 - Cultural Resource Management (3)
   •  HIS 5577 - Historical Documentation (3)
   •  HIS 5578 - Architectural History (3)
   •  HIS 5579 - Oral History (3)
   •  HIS 5580 - Studies in Material Culture (3)
   •  HIS 5581 - Records and Society (3)
   •  HIS 5583 - American Environmental History (3)
   •  HIS 5584 - America's National Parks (3)
   •  HIS 5586 - Introduction to Historic Preservation (3)
   •  HIS 5587 - Philosophy of Historic Preservation (3)
   •  HIS 5591 - Archives, History, and Collective Memory (3)
   •  HIS 5595 - Digital History (3)
   •  HIS 5610 - Management of Museums (3)
   •  HIS 5640 - Interpretation in Museums (3)
   •  HIS 5650 - Museum Education (3)
   •  HIS 5660 - Topics in Public and Applied History (3)
   •  HIS 5900 - Internship in History (3-12)
   •  HIS 5989 - Graduate Research (1-9)
   •  HIS 5998 - Thesis Research (1-9)
   •  HIS 5999 - Thesis (1-9)

Human Development & Psychological Counseling

   •  HPC 5000 - Internship in Public Schools (1-9)
   •  HPC 5100 - Counseling Techniques for Teachers of Young Adolescents (3)
   •  HPC 5110 - Multicultural Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5120 - Introduction to Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5130 - Women's Issues in Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5140 - Psychological and Educational Testing (3)
   •  HPC 5190 - Helping Skills in Student Affairs Practice (3)
   •  HPC 5210 - Life and Career Planning (3)
   •  HPC 5220 - Counseling Theory and Techniques (3)
   •  HPC 5225 - The Helping Relationship (3)
   •  HPC 5270 - Theories of Marriage and Family Therapy I (3)
   •  HPC 5271 - Theories of Marriage and Family Therapy II (3)
   •  HPC 5272 - Individual and Family Development (3)
   •  HPC 5273 - Mediation and Divorce Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 5274 - Substance Abuse in Family Systems (3)
   •  HPC 5275 - Systemic Family Therapy Institute (3-9)
   •  HPC 5310 - Introduction to Professional School Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5315 - Elementary/Middle Grades School Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5340 - Research in College Student Development and Student Affairs Practice (3)
   •  HPC 5380 - College Students and Their Environments (3)
   •  HPC 5410 - Introduction to Student Affairs (3)
   •  HPC 5440 - Student Affairs and the Great Outdoors (3)
   •  HPC 5441 - Historical Perspectives on College Student Support Services (3)
   •  HPC 5450 - Learning Communities (3)
   •  HPC 5460 - Professional Practice in College Student Development (3-9)
   •  HPC 5500 - Independent Study (1-4)
   •  HPC 5530-5549 - Selected Topics (1-4)
   •  HPC 5560 - The Addictive Process (3)
   •  HPC 5570 - Counseling the Addicted Person (3)
   •  HPC 5680 - Counseling the Aging (3)
   •  HPC 5700 - Teaching Sex Education Within a Family Context (3)
   •  HPC 5710 - Helping the Troubled Employee (3)
   •  HPC 5751 - Ethics and Law in Professional Practice (3)
   •  HPC 5752 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Clinical Mental Health Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5753 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Marriage and Family Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 5754 - Legal and Ethical Issues in Professional School Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 5790 - Group Methods and Processes (3)
   •  HPC 5820 - College Student Development Theories I (3)
   •  HPC 5821 - College Student Development Theories II (3)
   •  HPC 5840 - Human Relations and Interaction (3)
   •  HPC 5850 - Theory and Practice of Reality Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 5860 - Dreamwork: Clinical Methods (3)
   •  HPC 5870 - Creative Process, Movement, and Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 5900 - Practicum (1-9)
   •  HPC 5989 - Graduate Research (1-9)
   •  HPC 5999 - Thesis (1-4)
   •  HPC 6120 - Developmental Assessment and Diagnosis in Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 6160 - Gestalt Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6162 - Systemic Gestalt Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6270 - Marriage and Family Counseling: Clinical Issues (3)
   •  HPC 6271 - Theories of Marriage and Family Therapy III (3)
   •  HPC 6272 - Marital and Couples Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6280 - Assessment and Diagnosis in Marriage and Family Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6290 - Child and Adolescent Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6330 - Assessment and Program Evaluation in Student Affairs (3)
   •  HPC 6340 - Ecotherapy (3)
   •  HPC 6350 - Body/Mind (3)
   •  HPC 6355 - Mindfulness Based Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 6360 - Therapy and the Expressive Arts (3)
   •  HPC 6365 - Expressive Arts Summer Institute (3-9)
   •  HPC 6366 - EXA Child/Adolescents (3-6)
   •  HPC 6370 - Intermodal Expressive Arts (3)
   •  HPC 6380 - Therapeutic Writing (3)
   •  HPC 6390 - Current Issues in Expressive Arts Therapy (3)
   •  HPC 6410 - Student Development Administration (3)
   •  HPC 6451 - Clinical Mental Health Counseling Seminar (3)
   •  HPC 6452 - Seminar in Professional School Counseling (3)
   •  HPC 6500 - Independent Study (1-4)
   •  HPC 6525 - Advanced Systemic Multicultural Counseling (3)
 

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