TESOL Methods/PedagogyEnglish Language TeachingELT-311This course is designed to present methods for teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language. Methods are based on practical application of theories of language acquisition and good teaching practices. (Formerly TESL-311)UndergraduateMain CampusEsl Department, Traditional Only
TESOL PracticumEnglish Language TeachingELT-312This course allows students to observe and participate in practical teaching experiences with second language learners. ELT-311 is a prerequisite. Students will participate in text evaluation, lesson development, and teaching experiences in ESL settings.UndergraduateMain CampusEsl Department, Traditional Only
Ldrshp &mgt for Effect/Efficient SchoolsEDU - EducationEDU-750This course examines current issues that affect elements of educational leadership and administration. The course addresses school leadership and management as a building administrator, as well as issues of district-level leadership and administration. The course includes an examination of the leadership, management skills, and professional dispositions required as an administrator in dealing within the school as well as other organizations. Emphasis will be placed upon the processes by which change is brought about in dealing with decision making, programming, communicating, motivating, controlling, and evaluating in order to realize effective and efficient schools. This course addresses NELP Standard: Standard 1.1-1.4: Mission, Vision, and Core Values GraduateOnline CampusEducation Department, Online Only
School and Community RelationsEDU - EducationEDU-644In this course candidates will gain an understanding of the political, social, and economic factors that affect a school's relationship with various community agencies and constituencies. Candidates will also have the opportunity to develop professional administrative sensitivity to the various communities that they will be involved. As part of the process, candidates will develop skills in group dynamics and communications as they work with faculty, staff, community leaders, and school families to build a sense of school community. Candidates will become aware of the need to give attention to issues of social justice, fairness, equity, and student achievement. Candidates will learn how to facilitate change and conflict resolution, communicate with parents and community, and involve stakeholders in developing school-wide improvement plans. This course addresses Standard 3.1-3.4: Equity and Cultural Leadership, and Standard 5.1-5.4: Community and External Leadership of the NELP StandardsGraduateOnline Campus; Jackson CampusEducation Department, Adult & Online
Enhanced Writing for ScholarshipEDU - EducationEDU-702This course is the third course in the Pre-Dissertation block of courses (EDU 700, 701, &702 - Transition Phase II). In this course, candidates will evaluate their skills and strategies in academic literacy, including critical reading and scholarly writing. Candidates will receive enhanced direction and advice for improving their understanding and writing to APA format. The Belhaven University Graduate School of Education Exceptions to APA Format will be explained with supportive rationale. This course is designed to help candidates improve their research writing skills, practice paraphrasing, and evaluate plagiarism. Candidates will practice scholarly writing by submitting reviews of research literature from publications, journals, and published dissertations.GraduateOnline CampusEducation Department, Online Only
Business Law IBUS - BusinessBUS-414A study of the basic principles of law that apply to business transactions, thereby providing a basis for confidence in reaching decisions within the framework of rules of law. Primary emphasis is on contracts, agency, and the legal environment of business.UndergraduateAtlanta Campus; Bethel CampusBusiness Administration Depart, Trad, Online & Adult
Business Law IIBUS - BusinessBUS-415A study of the basic principles of law that apply to business transactions, thereby providing a basis for confidence in reaching decisions within the framework of rules of law. Primary emphasis is on contracts, agency, and the legal environment of business.UndergraduateAtlanta Campus; Bethel CampusBusiness Administration Depart, Trad, Online & Adult
General PsychologyPSY - PsychologyPSY-203An introduction to the application of the scientific method and critical thinking to the study of human behavior and functioning. Topics include the role of nature and nurture, learning, the brain, motivation, sexuality, personality, happiness, stress & health, abnormality & therapies. PSY 203 is a prerequisite for most upper level courses in psychology.UndergraduateAtlanta Campus; Bethel CampusPsychology Department, Trad, Online & Adult
Introduction to News WritingCOM - CommunicationCOM-203This course is designed to acquaint students with the style of writing required in electronic communication, print journalism, and public relations. Wire systems also will be introduced and discussed.UndergraduateMain CampusCommunication Department, Traditional Only
General Physics IPHY - PhysicsPHY-241A non-calculus-based study of the basic concepts of mechanics, thermodynamics, waves, sound, light, electricity, magnetism, and modern physics. UndergraduateMain CampusChemistry Department, Traditional Only


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