Autumn 2014

Undergraduate|Graduate

For general course descriptions, click on course title.

Undergraduate Required (minor)

English

2277 Introduction to Disability Studies(3)

  • 19182, Meets: TTh12:45-2:05 at Denney Hall 0253, Instructor: Staff

Speech and Hearing Sciences

4510 Disability Studies in Context(3)

  • 24987, Meets: MW 3:55-5:15 at Denney Hall 0238, Instructor: Evelyn Hoglund

Undergraduate Electives (minor)

African American and African Studies

7862 Mental Health in the African American Community(1-3)

  • 26262, Meets: T 3:00-3:48 pm at University Hall 0024, Instructor: Linda Myers

Disability Studies

5191 Disability Studies Internship(1-3)

  • 28108, 28109, 28110, Meets: MWF (day will be assigned) 3:00-4:30 pm at Pomerene Hall,
    Contact Margaretha Izzo for more information.

Education and Human Ecology: Teaching and Learning

5471 Clinical Practice in Treating Reading Disabilities(3)

  • 10899/12395, Meets: W 7:05-9:25 pm at 1100 Kinnear Road 0120, Instructor: Dorothy L Morrison
  • 12416/11015 LAB: By arrangement.  for more information Contact instructor Dorothy L Morrison.

5557 Language and Children with Disabilities(3)

  • 11663/11357, Meets: W 6:30-8:50 pm, Instructor: Peter Vincent Paul

Educational Studies: Special Education

5650 Introduction to Exceptional Children(3)

  • 12438/12420, Meets: W 7:05-9:45 pm at Campbell Hall 0200, Instructor: Diane Marie Sianato

Public Health: Health Services Management and Policy

7640 Mental Health & Disability Policy(3)

  • 31640, Meets: M 2:15-5:15 at Lazenby Hall 0018, Instructor: Sandra J Tanenbaum

Kinesiology: Physical Education

5657 Sport and Disability(3)

  • 12528/10825, Meets: T 4:20-6:45 at PAES A0109, Instructor: David Porretta

Psychology

3331 Abnormal Psychology(3)

  • 24038, Meets: MWF 8-8:55 at Psychology Bld 0014, Instructor: Staff
  • 24039, Meets: TTh 9:20-10:55 at Townsend Hall 0255, Instructor: Daniel Richard Strunk
  • 24040, Meets: MWF 10:20-11:15 at Psychology Bld 0014, Instructor: Staff
  • 24041, Meets: MWF 11:30-12:25 at Psychology Bld 0014, Instructor: Staff
  • 30887, Meets: MWF 1:15-2:45 at Psychology Bld 0014, Instructor: Staff
  • 30888, Meets: TTh 2:20-3:40 at Townsend Hall 0255, Instructor: Theodore Patrick Beauchaine
  • 32124, Meets: MWF 3-3:55 at Psychology Bld 0010, Instructor: Staff

3331H Abnormal Psychology(3)

  • 24042, Meets: TTh 11:10-12:30 at Enarson Classroom Building 0226, Instructor: Daniel Richard Strunk

5681 Development and Psychopathology(3)

  • 32168/32166, Meets: TTh 9:35-10:55 at Mendenhall Lab 0191, Instructor: Steven James Beck

7717 Developmental Disabilities: An Interdisciplinary Perspective(3)

  • 26103, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Social Work

7717 Interdisciplinary Seminar on Developmental Disabilities(3)

  • 13121, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Sociology

2290 Sociology of Death and Dying(3)

  • 24500, Meets: MWF 10:20-11:15 at Mendenhall Lab 0185 Instructor: Staff

5450 Sociology of Global Health and Illness(3)

  • 24546, Meets: TTh 11:10-12:20 at Lazenby Hall 0034, Instructor: Kammi K. Schmeer

5629 Health Disparities in Social Context(3)

  • 25630, Meets: WF 12:45-2:05 at Koffolt Lab 0131, Instructor: Staff

Speech and Hearing Science

2230 Introduction to Communication and Its Disorders(3)

  • 24841, Meets: MWF 1:50-2:45 at Mount Hall 0145, Instructor: Jennifer Brello

4510 Disability Studies in Context(3)

  • 24987, Meets: MW 3:55-5:15 at Denney Hall 0238, Instructor: Evelyn M Hoglund

5605 Multicultural Aspects of Communication and Its Disorders(3)

  • 24855, Meets: MW 12:45-2:05 at Howlett Hall 0164, Instructors: Jennifer Peterson Lundine, Monique T Mills

5714 Introduction to Sign Language(3)

  • 24840, Meets: TTh 2:20-3:40 at Ramseyer Hall 0115, Instructor: Marcia Jo Woodfill

7717 Interdisciplinary Perspective on Developmental Disabilities(3)

  • 26104, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Theatre

5771.04 American Voices(3)-available for degree credit AU14 only

  • 24841, Meets: WF 11:10-12:30 at Drake Center 2038, Instructor: Karen Mozingo

 

Graduate

African American and African Studies

7862 Mental Health in the African American Community(1-3)

  • 26262, Meets: T 3:00-3:48 pm at University Hall 0024, Instructor: Linda Myers

Disability Studies

5191 Disability Studies Internship(1-3)

  • 28108, 28109, 28110, Meets: MWF (day will be assigned) 3:00-4:30 pm at Pomerene Hall, Contact Margaretha Izzo for more information.

Education and Human Ecology: Teaching and Learning

5471 Clinical Practice in Treating Reading Disabilities(3)

  • 10899/12395, Meets: W 7:05-9:25 pm at 1100 Kinnear Road 0120, Instructor: Dorothy L Morrison
    12416/11015, LAB: By arrangement, Contact instructor Dorothy L Morrison.

5557 Language and Children with Disabilities(3)

  • 11663/11357, Meets: W 6:30-8:50 pm, Instructor: Peter Vincent Paul

Health and Rehabilitation Science

5717.03 Interdisciplinary Perspective on Developmental Disorders(3)

  • 4596, Meets: M 4:00-6:45, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse
    Please note: this is offered to graduate students ONLY

Public Health: Health Services Management and Policy

7640 Mental Health & Disability Policy(3)

  • 31640, Meets: M 2:15-5:15 at Lazenby Hall 0018, Instructor: Sandra J Tanenbaum

Kinesiology: Physical Education

5657 Sport and Disability(3)

  • 12528/10825 Meets: T 4:20-6:45 at PAES A0109, Instructor: David Porretta

Psychology

5681 Development and Psychopathology(3)

  • 32168/32166, Meets: TTh 9:35-10:55 at Mendenhall Lab 0191, Instructor: Steven James Beck

7717 Interdisciplinary Perspective on Developmental Disabilities(3)

  • 26103, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Social Work

7717 Interdisciplinary Seminar on Developmental Disabilities(3)

  • 13121, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor:Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Sociology

5450 Sociology of Global Health and Illness(3)

  • 24546, Meets: TTh 11:10-12:20 at Lazenby Hall 0034, Instructor: Kammi K. Schmeer

5629 Health Disparities in Social Context(3)

  • 25630, Meets: WF 12:45-2:05 at Koffolt Lab 0131, Instructor: Staff

Speech and Hearing Science

5605 Multicultural Aspects of Communication and Its Disorders(3)

  • 24855, Meets: MW 12:45-2:05 at Howlett Hall 0164, Instructors: Jennifer Peterson Lundine, Monique T Mills

5714 Introduction to Sign Language(3)

  • 24840, Meets: TTh 2:20-3:40 at Ramseyer Hall 0115, Instructor: Marcia Jo Woodfill

7717 Interdisciplinary Perspective on Developmental Disabilities(3)

  • 26104, Meets: M 4:00-6:45 at McCampbell Hall 0230, Instructor: Marc Jocelyn Tasse

Theatre

5771.04 American Voices(3) -available for degree credit AU14only

  • 24841, Meets: WF 11:10-12:30 at Drake Center 2038, Instructor: Karen Mozingo

Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

5620 Topics in Feminist Studies (3)**

  • 32205/31578, Meets: TTh 3:55-5:15 at Menenhall Lab 0175, Instructor: Staff
  • This course engages with norms on sex, gender and identity in relation to the pathologization of trans* and intersex people and the scholarly, activist and community work that has grown out of reactions to such pathologizations. As a class, we will explore temporally and geographically situated examples of cisnormativity, as articulated in medical and juridical contexts, but the main focus will be an engagement with the prolific academic and activist work related to trans* and intersex experiences.
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