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CS 0547 Programming & Scripting Languages for Web Applications

Principles and practice of dynamic and scripting and functional languages used in web applications. Basic language concepts, data structures in dynamic languages, code structure, code quality, testing, string manipulation, dynamic code generation.

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Steve Price
NUTR 0607 Child Nutrition

Nutrition, health, and biochemical growth in children. Conditions leading to malnutrition, prevention, and correction.

Prerequisites: Nutrition 302 and 302L.

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NUTR 0610 Nutrition and Energy

Methods for measurement of energy intake and expenditure assessment, factors which control food intake and energy expenditure, and examination of normal and specialized needs of energy requirements.

Prerequisites: Nutrition 302, 302L, and 309.

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2018 Fall
P H 0667 Prevention & Control of Chronic Illness

Health promotion strategies for modification of individual behaviors and social practices to lower risk of chronic disease.
Prerequisites: Public Health 601 and 602.

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November 26 - January 25
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P H 0700A.01 Seminar: Migration & Global Health

We are currently experiencing the largest global immigration and refugee crisis in history. Human migration is one of the main driving forces in the globalization of health issues, including international epidemics such as SARS and Ebola. This course studies how immigration can have a significant impact on the epidemiology of diseases in host countries and in the strategies and resources needed to provide appropriate health care services.

Prerequisites: Public Health 601, 602, and 603.

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P H 0700F.03 Seminar: Women, Children, & Adolescent Health

During this course, students will examine issues related to the health of mothers, children, and adolescents in the United States. Students will learn to think about these issues using life course, cultural/social constructivist, and ecological perspectives. For each topic discussed, students will investigate epidemiology; causes and social determinants; disparities and health inequities; the impact of the issue on individuals, families, communities, and culture; and public health interventions designed to address these issues.

Prerequisites: Public Health 601, 602, and 603.

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Martha Crowe
2018 Fall
P H 0799A Thesis

Preparation of a project or thesis for the master’s degree
Prerequisites: An officially appointed thesis committee and advancement to candidacy

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November 26 - January 25
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ARP 0798 Special Study: ARP 0798

Individual study. Maximum credit six units applicable to a master’s degree.
Prerequisites: Consent of instructor; to be arranged with department chair and instructor. May involve fieldwork.

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Holly Harris
TE 0637 Instructional Strategies for Reading and Language Arts

Supervised teaching experience utilizing instructional activities in individual and small group settings.

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TE 0639 Literacy and Language

Theories of literacy and methods for developing literacy in language, reading, and writing. Instructional methods and assessment techniques for children and adults.

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Marva Cappello

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