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    University of Massachusetts Boston
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog 
  
2015-2016 Graduate Catalog

Course Descriptions


 

Global Inclusion and Social Development

   •  GISD 608 Ethics and Professionalism in Global Inclusion and Social Development
   •  GISD 609 Cultural Competency: Impacts on Innovation and Model Development
   •  GISD 610 Strategies for Systemic Change
   •  GISD 611 Managing Change: Supporting Communities and Embracing Cultures
   •  GISD 615 Leadership in Global Inclusion and Social Development
   •  GISD 616 Population Needs and Global Practice
   •  GISD 618 Introduction to Disabilities Studies
   •  GISD 619 United States Disability Policy
   •  GISD 620 International Disability Policy
   •  GISD 621 Contemporary Issues Disability Policy
   •  GISD 622 Representations of Disability in Society and the Media
   •  GISD 623 Disability Culture and Identity
   •  GISD 624 International Human Rights Law, Policy and Practice
   •  GISD 625 Human Rights-Based Approaches to Social Justice
   •  GISD 626 Global Health and Human Rights
   •  GISD 695 Independent Study
   •  GISD 696 Independent Study
   •  GISD 697 Special Topics
   •  GISD 801 Innovations Seminar
   •  GISD 898 Transdisciplinary Research to Practice Group
   •  GISD 899 Dissertation Research Seminar

Greek

   •  GREEK 601 Attic Orators
   •  GREEK 602 Plato
   •  GREEK 603 Aeschylus
   •  GREEK 606 Aristophanes
   •  GREEK 607 Herodotus
   •  GREEK 610 Epic Poetry
   •  GREEK 680 Topics in Greek Literature
   •  GREEK 695 Independent Study
   •  GREEK 696 Independent Study

Higher Education

   •  HIGHED 601 Educational Leadership Skills
   •  HIGHED 603 Professional Seminar in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 610 Administration and Governance in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 611 Access and Equity in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 612 Impact of College on Students
   •  HIGHED 615 Critical Race Theory in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 620 Teaching, Learning, and Curriculum in Urban Contexts
   •  HIGHED 622 Community Engagement in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 624 Globalization in Internationalization in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 630 The History of Higher Education in the United States
   •  HIGHED 632 Organization and Leadership in Educational Institutions
   •  HIGHED 634 Public Policy Issues in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 636 Sociological Perspectives on Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 641 Effecting Change in Higher Education: Strategies and Processes
   •  HIGHED 652 Finance and Management in Higher Education Administration
   •  HIGHED 691 Case Studies in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 692 Capstone in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 696 Independent Study
   •  HIGHED 697 Special Topics
   •  HIGHED 740 Research Methods in Higher Education I
   •  HIGHED 741 Research Methods in Higher Education II
   •  HIGHED 751 Research Methods in Higher Education: Quantitative Analysis
   •  HIGHED 752 Research Methods in Higher Education: Qualitative Analysis
   •  HIGHED 753 Research Design in Higher Education
   •  HIGHED 793 Research Seminar on the Qualifying Paper
   •  HIGHED 797 Special Topics
   •  HIGHED 891 Dissertation Seminar
   •  HIGHED 892 Dissertation Seminar
   •  HIGHED 893 Dissertation Seminar
   •  HIGHED 899 Dissertation Research

History

   •  HIST 597 Special Topics
   •  HIST 600 Research and Methods
   •  HIST 602L Historical Sequence I: American Society and Political Culture: 1600-1865
   •  HIST 605 Introduction to Historiography
   •  HIST 610L Greek and Roman Historians
   •  HIST 620 Introduction to Public History and Popular Memory
   •  HIST 625 Interpreting History in Public Approaches to Public History Practice
   •  HIST 626 Introduction to Archives and Information Management
   •  HIST 627 Archival Methods and Practices
   •  HIST 630 Transforming Archives and History in the Digital Era
   •  HIST 632 Women's Health and Healing
   •  HIST 635 Internship in Archives and Information Management
   •  HIST 636 Weimar Germany
   •  HIST 638 World War I
   •  HIST 639 World War II
   •  HIST 640 The Science, Diplomacy, and Politics of the Atomic Bomb
   •  HIST 641 Socialism: The International History of a Revolutionary Idea
   •  HIST 642 Fascism
   •  HIST 644 Topics on the History of the American Revolution
   •  HIST 655 Themes in American Indian History
   •  HIST 662 Immigration and Ethnicity
   •  HIST 663 History of New York City
   •  HIST 664 Boston History
   •  HIST 681 Topics in European History
   •  HIST 682 Topics in American History
   •  HIST 685 Topics in Atlantic History
   •  HIST 688 Oral History
   •  HIST 689 Capstone Project
   •  HIST 690 Thesis Preparation
   •  HIST 691 Teaching History
   •  HIST 692 Teaching the Advanced Placement History Course
   •  HIST 694 Teaching History to English Language Learners
   •  HIST 696 Independent Study
   •  HIST 697 Special Topics
   •  HIST 698 Internship in Public History
   •  HIST 699 Master of Arts Thesis

Human Services

   •  HMS G 601 Human Services Policy
   •  HMS G 602 Ethics in Human Services
   •  HMS G 603 Race, Culture, and Ethnicity in Human Services
   •  HMS G 606 Research Methods
 

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