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The course offerings at Clarion University of PA go through an extensive review process by the Committee on Courses and Programs of Study (CCPS).  This course offerings list is a comprehensive list of courses that could be offered; it does not mean they are currently being offered.

For a complete list of courses offered on the current or upcoming schedules, see the Registrar's page Schedule of Classes.

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Course Id (currently sorted in Ascending order) Course TitleCourse Description
COOP 477
Intrn-Rehab Sciences
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COOP 480
Intern/Allied Health
COOP 480 provides an elective internship experience for allied health students who have achieved senior standing. COOP 480 serves as a culminating clinical/professional experience that reinforces independent and effective functioning of students as h,ealth care professionals and facilitates consideration of leadership dynamics in health care environments. Students electing COOP 480 must be enrolled in or have completed an approved technical educational program and must have a minimum 2.5 QPA at C,larion or in technical course work. Internships must be approved in advance by the Allied Health Chair and the SONAH Director. COOP 480 is offered as credit-no-record. Prerequisite: Enrollment in or completion of an approved technical health care ed|
COOP 483
Intrn-Speech
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COOP 484
Intrn-Theatre
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COOP 487
Intrn-Med Tech
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COOP 489
Intrn-Continuing Ed
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COOP 490
Intrn-Academic Services
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COOP 491
Intrn-Financial Aid
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COOP 492
Intrn-Research
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COOP 493
Intrn-Admissions
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COOP 495
Intrn-L E I P
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COOP 496
Internship Paralegal
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COOP 497
Intrn-Planetarium
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COOP 498
Intern/Women & Gender Studies
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CPSC 101
Intro To Computational Science
This course is an introduction to the interdisciplinary field of Computational Science, which integrates mathematical modeling and visualization to solve problems in the physical, life, behavioral, and social sciences. Students will acquire skills i,n the development of scientific knowledge using experimentation with models and simulation of scientific systems. Prerequisite: MATH 171 or permission of the instructor.|
CPSC 201
Surv Computational Sci Tools
This course presents methods and tools used to implement concepts in mathematics and computational science. The tools will include mathematical and statistical functions such as matrix manipulation and linear algebra, polynomials and interpolation,,data analysis and statistics, and optimization. This course will prepare students for further work in mathematics and computational science. Prerequisite: MATH 171. Each semester.|
CPSC 301
Adv Computational Science
This course combines a formal presentation of classical methods of design optimization with detailed instruction in the application of these methods using software tools. It introduces students to the symbolic, numerical, and graphic features of the,se software tools and integrates this powerful combination in the translation of many algorithms into applied optimization techniques with animation. Prerequisite: MATH 260 or MATH 270|
CPSC 490
Projects Computational Science
This course applies computational science methods and tools to real-world applications in a semester-long project in the student's major field of study. This is the capstone course in computational science. Prerequisite: CPSC 301|
ED 518
Teaching Secondary Lang Arts
Prepares Language Arts candidates in methods appropriate for secondary school teaching. Emphasizes constructivist approaches to teaching, reading, writing, speaking, listening, viewing, and thinking. Incorporates planning, curriculum development, a,ssessment, and evaluation in specifically language arts environments. Includes observations and teaching experiences in schools. Prerequisite: ED 524|
ED 565
Read & Lang Arts In Ech
Study and observation of the child's early reading behavior during early childhood and observation of other aspects of language arts; exercises for listening experiences and developing writing skills; assessment of some of the causes of difficulties,in learning to read and to use language effectively.|
EDML 334
Integ Lang Arts Middle Grades
Reflects an integrated approach for teaching language arts throughout the middle grades. Irrors the constructivist approach to teaching. Bases teacing strategies on cognitive, psycholinguistic, and sociolinguistic theories of how individuals learn,to effectively communicate within a diverse society. Models standards-based strategies for teaching the six language arts across the middle gradew curriculum. Authentic assessment of both process and product is emphasized. Each semester.|
ELED 330
Lang Arts In Elem Sch
Reflects an integrated approach for teaching language arts via an integrated curriculum. Mirrors the constructivist approach to teaching. Bases teaching strategies on cognitive, psycholinguistic, and sociolinguistic theories of how children learn-how, they learn language, in particular. Applies strategies through language modes of listening, speaking, reading, writing, and visual literacy. Assessment of the language arts modes focuses on performance, product, and process focused approaches. Prere,quisite: ED 327. Each semester.|
ELED 334
Integ Lang Arts Middle Grades
Reflects an integrated approach for teaching language arts throughout the middle grades. Irrors the constructivist approach to teaching. Bases teacing strategies on cognitive, psycholinguistic, and sociolinguistic theories of how individuals learn,to effectively communicate within a diverse society. Models standards-based strategies for teaching the six language arts across the middle gradew curriculum. Authentic assessment of both process and product is emphasized. Each semester.|
ENG 110
Writing I
Introduces students to the composing strategies of college writing through a gradual progression from expressive discourse toward explanatory discourse. When necessary, work is done in punctuation, grammar, and spelling. Each semester.|
ENG 111
College Writing
Emphasizes development of critical thinking through analytical and argumentative writing and introduces students to research writing. Each semester. (Credit for advanced placement English or satisfactory SAT verbal scores do not exempt students from,fulfilling the university writing requirement.) Students who have received credit for courses equivalent to ENG 111 must document such transfer credit on a checksheet from the Office of the Registrar. Unless exempt, all students must take ENG 111.|
ENG 115
Comp For Inter Students
Helps ESL writers to develop an understanding of the English grammar system, to discern the systematic patterns that exist in the language, to develop a vocabulary in order to express their ideas in English, and to recognize the rhetorical structure,of the language. Satisfies the requirement for ENG 111.|
ENG 130
Literary Experience
Provides a wide selection of literature to introduce the student to various literary genres. No prerequisite. Recommended for all students. Each semester.|
ENG 140
Drama As Lit
Introduces students to the structures and strategies playwrights use to create different experiences for their readers. Draws on a variety of plays to focus on how to read a dramatic text so as to perceive the special cues it uses to stimulate imagi,native engagement and how the text can be translated into theatrical performance. No prerequisites.|
ENG 160
Discovering Language
Introduces students to the world of language-how it works, how it's used, what it's made of, what it does, and the myriad ways that language shapes and affects our lives and experience of the world.|
ENG 198
Intro Eng Stdy: Rhet & Poet I
For English majors. Introduces students to reading, writing, and interpreting texts, and to different theoretical and critical approaches within English Studies. Students will learn and apply rhetorical theories and strategies for the analysis and,production of texts. Emphasis on research methods and writing within the discipline. Course fulfills General Education English 111 requirement (I.A.) for English majors.|