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EDH 5040 The American College Student . . . . . 3(F,S)
Studies the characteristics of American college students, the effects of the college experience on their learning and personal development, learning and motivation theories that relate to the college student, and critical trends and learning issues for student affairs practitioners related to student services and student development. Will also provide opportunities to practice professional skills. Admission to Teacher Education is required.
EDH 6051 Introduction to Higher Education . . . . . 3(S,SS)
Development of higher education in United States, current institutions, their practices and possible future trends.
EDH 6405 Legal Issues in Higher Education . . . . . 3(F,S,SS)
Designed to provide students with overview of the legal issues involving the profession of student affairs in higher education. Through course instruction, the study of legal briefs, and assigned test readings, students will gain a basic understanding of the legal issues and principles that confront student affairs professionals. Not designed to provide legal training or advice. Admission to Teacher Education and permission are required.
EDH 6634 Introduction to College Student Personnel . . . . . 3(CALL DEPT)
Provides a comprehensive introduction to college student personnel administration and its role in American higher education. Introduces philosophical and theoretical concepts; the history of modern student affairs work in higher education; the roles and functions of selected professionals in the field; a review of the skills and competencies required for the professions; and discussion of current issues and concerns relevant to college student services.
EDH 6948 Internship in Higher Education . . . . . 1-3(F,S)
Supervised field study for applying specific knowledge and skills in one or more positions in higher education. Permission is required.