May 21, 2022  
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EDU 203 - Foundations and Trends in Education

Credit Hour(s): 3
This course provides an overview lens through which the student views the history, philosophy, psychology, and sociology of general and special education in American schools. Through multiple readings and directed activities students create a developmental pedagogical framework in order to gauge the practicality of educational theory and philosophies for the public school setting.

Students are required to complete a 20 hour internship in an assigned placement as part of this course, and the course has an additional fee.

  This course has an additional fee 3 Credit(s). 3 Contact Hour(s). 20 Service Hour(s).


This course has been identified in the General Education Curriculum as addressing Exploration Area 3:
How Do We Evaluate & Solve Problems, with Experiential Emphasis.
Course Session Cycle: Fall and Spring
Course Yearly Cycle: Every Year


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