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					     FAIRFIELD UNIVERSITY



                            COURSE GUIDE

            SPRING 2010




THE GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION AND ALLIED PROFESSIONS
                                   Professional Growth Through
                                   Graduate Education

                                   The enduring mission of the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions
                                   at Fairfield University is to provide graduate programs that support academic
                                   growth, foster professional commitment, and model civic engagement. We are
                                   proud of GSEAP’s longstanding tradition of achievement in teaching, scholarship,
                                   and service. Graduates of our programs are exceptionally well qualified to make
                                   significant contributions in fields serving children, youth, families, and communi-
                                   ties. Our faculty members have outstanding expertise, a commitment to instruc-
                                   tional excellence, and a dedication to meeting students’ academic goals and
                                   professional aspirations. Our programs of study — in curriculum and instruction,
                                   counselor education, bilingual and multicultural education, teaching English to
                                   speakers of other languages (TESOL), educational technology, marriage and fam-
                                   ily therapy, school and applied psychology, and special education — are designed
                                   to provide the academic foundations and credentials students need to advance in
                                   their careers.

Dr. Susan Douglas Franzosa, Dean
                                   I encourage you to take advantage of the many educational opportunities offered
                                   by the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions. New students not
                                   currently enrolled in a degree program may explore their interests by registering
                                   under our non-matriculated status option before formally applying for admis-
                                   sion to a degree program. This option provides a wonderful opportunity to explore
                                   the many possibilities for personal growth and professional advancement that
                                   Fairfield University offers.


                                   Dr. Susan Douglas Franzosa
                                   Dean
                                           Calendar
                                           Spring 2010
                                           Dec. 1                Registration begins for GSEAP matriculated students for Spring 2010
                                           Jan. 4                Registration begins for non-matriculated GSEAP students for Spring 2010
                                           Jan. 15               Last day to apply for non-matriculated status
                                           Jan. 18               Martin Luther King Day – University Holiday
                                           Jan. 19               Classes begin for all schools
                                           Jan. 22               Last day to register for Comprehensive Exam Courses for GSEAP
                                                                 Deadline for make up of Fall 2009 incompletes for GSEAP
                                           Feb. 12               Last day to apply for May graduation
                                           Feb. 15               President’s Day – University Holiday
                                           Feb. 16               Monday classes meet (Tuesday classes do not meet)
                                           March 8-12            Spring Recess
                                           March 23              Last day to withdraw without Dean’s permission
                                           March 31              Monday classes meet (Wednesday classes do not meet)
                                           April 1               Registration begins for matriculated GSEAP students for Summer 2010
                                           April 1-4             Easter Recess
                                           April 22              Last day to complete Spring Comprehensive Exams for GSEAP
                                           May 3                 Registration begins for non-matriculated GSEAP students for Summer 2010
                                           May 10                Last day of classes


New Students                               * Registration for all weekend courses must be completed by Tuesday, Jan. 19, the first class day of the
                                           semester.
All NEW students must have met with        Many courses have registration requirements, and only students who meet those requirements may take those courses.
an advisor before registering for class-   Please check the Course Offerings section of this brochure under individual courses for details regarding start dates
es. Call 254-4000, ext. 2413, 2139, or     and registration requirements.
4250 for more information.

New Non-matriculated Status Students
should allow time for their applications
to be entered into the University’s reg-
istration database at the Dean’s Office
                                           Registration
before registering for courses.            We encourage you to register early to get the courses you want. Students must register
                                           before the second class meeting.
                                           Online and walk-in registration for matriculated students begins on Dec. 1; registration for
Returning Students                         non-matriculated students must be done in person and begins on Jan. 4.
Be sure to meet with your advisor
during the school year (September          Online
                                           Online registration is only for formally matriculated students. Instructions for registering
through May) to discuss which courses
                                           online are available through your StagWeb account(select Academics tab, then Registration
you should take.
                                           channel on left side of screen). Non-matriculated students must register in person.

                                           Walk-in
                                           Walk in registration is by money order, check, or credit card. Promissory notes are also
                                           available at the Registrar’s office only. Cash in amounts over $100 cannot be accepted at
                                           the Registrar’s office; however, the Bursar’s office will accept and issue credit.
May 2010                                   Registrar’s Office Hours, Aloysius P. Kelley, S.J. Center:

Graduation                                          Tuesday and Thursday: 8:30 a.m.-7 p.m.
                                                    Monday, Wednesday, Friday: 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
                                                    Also open Monday-Thursday until 7 p.m. the week
Note: The deadline to submit degree                 before and the first week of Spring classes
applications for May 2010 graduation
is Friday, Feb. 12, 2010.                  Dean’s office hours:
                                                   Monday - Friday, 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Degree applications are available in the
Dean’s Office, Canisius 102, the regis-    Please refer to the general catalog of the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions
trar’s office, and at www.fairfield.edu/   for all further information.
gseap
                                           GSEAP catalog and course schedule information can be accessed online via the University’s
                                           website at www.fairfield.edu/gseap.
Fees
The tuition and fee schedule for 2009-10
is available online at:
       www.fairfield.edu/bursar




Course Withdrawal/
Tuition Refunds
Official withdrawals from courses must be
made in writing or in person at the Office of
the Registrar, Kelley Center. Simply ceasing
to attend classes is not considered withdraw-
al and will result in a failing grade and no
tuition refund. Tuition refunds as the result
of official withdrawal from coursework will
be made by the Office of the Bursar accord-
ing to the following schedule:

14-15 Meeting Courses
Before 1st scheduled class
Before 2nd scheduled class
                              100 percent
                               90 percent       Admission/Application Deadlines
Before 3rd scheduled class     80 percent       Deadlines for applying for formal admission are posted on the website. Follow the
Before 4th scheduled class     60 percent       links at www.fairfield.edu/gseap.
Before 5th scheduled class     40 percent
                                                NOTE: Qualified students may start their studies as a non-matriculated status student before
Before 6th scheduled class     20 percent       being formally matriculated. Those who apply for non-matriculated status in a certification
After 6th scheduled class       0 percent       program may take a maximum of six (6) credits. Those who apply for non-matriculated status
                                                in a non-certification program may take a maximum of nine (9) credits. Students must be
                                                formally admitted (matriculated) in order to continue enrollment past their non-matriculated
10-12 meeting schedule                          student status.
Before 1st scheduled class    100 percent
Before 2nd scheduled class     80 percent       For those seeking formal admission to a certification program, the Praxis I must be passed or
                                                waived BEFORE formal admission.
Before 3rd scheduled class     60 percent
Before 4th scheduled class     40 percent       Deadline to apply for non-matriculated status: Friday, January 15
Before 5th scheduled class     20 percent
After 5th scheduled class       0 percent


6-8 meeting schedule
Before 1st scheduled class    100 percent
Before 2nd scheduled class     60 percent
Before 3rd scheduled class     30 percent
After 3rd scheduled class       0 percent


4-5 meeting schedule
Before 1st scheduled class    100 percent
Before 2nd scheduled class     50 percent
After 2nd scheduled class       0 percent
New Course for Spring 2010                                                              For Your
FT 450 Current Trends in Family Intervention:                                           Information:
Evidence-Based and Promising Practice Intensive
In-Home Family Treatment Models                                                         A Graduate Information
The course is intended to increase student awareness of several models of family        Session is scheduled for
intervention that are currently widely practiced throughout the state of Connecticut.
Through this course, students will gain an overview of several models, and gain an            November 4, 2009
understanding of the evolution of evidence based practice and of quality assurance
practices to promote effective clinical implementation of these models. 3 credits              March 4, 2010
Instructor: Anibal Torres                                                               Each session runs from 5:30 to 7 p.m. in
                                                                                        the Kelley Center, Fairfield University.
Day/time: Thursdays 7:15 p.m. - 9:15 p.m.
                                                                                        R.S.V.P. for information sessions online
                                                                                        at www.fairfield.edu/grad or call
                                                                                        (203) 254-4184.




                                                                                        Graduate School
                                                                                        of Education
                                                                                        and Allied Professions
                                                                                        Course Lettering System:
                                                                                        CN      Counselor Education
                                                                                        CS      Computers in Education
                                                                                        ED      Education
                                                                                        EN      English (Education)
                                                                                        ER      Early Childhood Education
                                                                                        FT      Marriage & Family Therapy
                                                                                        HI      History (Education)
                                                                                        MD      Media/Educational Technology
                                                                                        PY      Psychology
                                                                                        SE      Special Education
                                                                                        SL      TESOL/Bilingual
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE      COURSE TITLE                                                       DAY           TIME                         FACULTY
        NUMBER

42740   CN 410      Grief and Loss Counseling                                          Tue           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Greene

40398   CN 432      Community Counseling: Management, Delivery & Evaluation            Tue           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Madwid

40150   CN 433      Multicultural Issues in Counseling                                 Weekend       Fri. Jan. 22, 5-8 p.m.;      Skudrzyk
                    (Cross-referenced as FT 433)                                       (Fri & Sat)   Fri/Sat Mar. 5 and 6,
                    (Attendance at first class on Jan. 22 is mandatory)                              9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.;
                                                                                                     Fri/Sat Apr. 30 and May 1,
                                                                                                     9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

40550   CN 447      Lifespan Human Development                                         Weekend       Fri. Jan. 22, 3-6 p.m.;      Kelly
                    (Attendance at first class on Jan. 22 is mandatory)                (Fri & Sat)   Fri/ Sat, Jan. 29 and 30,
                                                                                                     Fri/Sat Apr. 2 and 3,
                                                                                                     9 a.m.-5 p.m.

40151   CN 455      Group Work: Theories and Practice                                  Thu           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Hulse
                    Prerequisite: Matriculation in Counselor Education or Applied
                    Psychology program and either CN 500 and CN 553 for Counselor
                    Education candidates or PY 435 and PY 471 for Applied Psychology
                    candidates or permission of the department chair

40271   CN 457      Career Development: Theory and Practice                            Thu           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Robert

42741   CN 465      Introduction to Substance Abuse and Addictions                     Wed           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Strainge
                    (Cross-listed as FT 465)

40499   CN 467      Assessment in Counseling                                           Tue           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Skudrzyk
                    Prerequisite: CN 553

41932   CN 468      Professional Issues in Counseling                                  Mon           7:15-9:15 p.m.               Robert

40454   CN 500      Theories of Counseling and Psychotherapy                           Tue           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Hulse

40152   CN 553-01   Counseling Relationships and Skills                                Tue           7:15-9:15 p.m.               Skudrzyk

41931   CN 553-02   Counseling Relationships and Skills                                Tue           7:15-9:15 p.m.               Novella

40156   CN 558-01   Counseling Practicum                                               Wed           4-8 p.m.                     Hulse
                    Prerequisite: Matriculation in Counselor Education Department
                    program, completion of core requirements, and practicum review

40789   CN 558-03   Counseling Practicum                                               Wed           4-8 p.m.                     Robert
                    Prerequisite: Matriculation in Counselor Education Department
                    program, completion of core requirements, and practicum review

42769   CN 565      Substance Abuse and the Family                                     Wed           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Madwid

40455   CN 566      Research Methodology                                               Mon           7:15-9:15 p.m.               Kelly

41935   CN 590-01   Internship: Community Counseling                                   Mon           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Robert
                    Prerequisite: CN 558; permission of advisor

42069   CN 590-02   Internship: School Counseling                                      Mon           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Schmidt
                    Prerequisite: CN 558; permission of advisor

41971   CN 590-03   Internship: School Counseling                                      Mon           4:45-6:45 p.m.               Kelly
                    Prerequisite: CN 558; permission of advisor

41300   CN 99-01    Comprehensive Examination - Community Counseling                   TBA           TBA                          Hulse
                    (Permission of advisor required)

41301   CN 99-02    Comprehensive Examination - School Counseling                      TBA           TBA                          Hulse
                    (Permission of advisor required)
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
Fall 2008 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE      COURSE TITLE                                                            DAY                TIME             FACULTY
        NUMBER

42047   ED 402      Teaching Internship                                                     TBA                TBA              Ricciotti

40500   ED 405-01   Contexts of Education in the Primary Grades                             Saturday           9 a.m.-4 p.m.    Wolen
                                                                                            1/23, 2/6, 2/20,
                                                                                            3/20, 4/10, 4/17

40161   ED 429-01   Philosophical Foundations of Education                                  Tue                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Kohli
                    (Attendance at first class is mandatory)

40162   ED 441-01   Teaching & Learning within Multicultural Contexts of Education Thu                         7:15-9:15 p.m.   Burrell
                    (Cross-referenced as SL 441-01)
                    (For those pursuing initial certification)

41052   ED 441-02   Teaching & Learning within Multicultural Contexts of Education Tue                         4:45-6:45 p.m.   Campbell
                    (Cross-referenced as SL 441-02) (For C.A.S. students)

40241   ED 442      Educational Psychology                                                  Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.   Smith

40551   ED 447-01   Learning Mathematics in the Elementary Classroom                        Wed                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Goldberg

40163   ED 459      Developmental Reading in the Secondary School                           Wed                4:30-7 p.m.      Winslow

41936   ED 462      Science Methods & Lab                                                   Tue                7-9:30 p.m.      Amirshokoohi
                    Prerequisites: Submission of a resume, a one-page philosophy of
                    education writing sample, a data form, and permission of the
                    coordinator of Science Education

41939   ED 497-01   Supporting Science Inquiry and Action for Elementary Students           Tue                7-9:30 p.m.      Amirshokoohi

40165   ED 499      Introduction to Educational Research                                    Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Goldberg
                    Prerequisite: Matriculation and 6 completed credits in the
                    M.A. program

41302   ED 511      Educating for Social Responsibility and Civic Engagement:               Thu                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Calderwood
                    A Capstone Seminar
                    (Permission of advisor required)
                    Prerequisite: All other degree requirements

40164   ED 512      Contemporary Schooling in Society                                       Thu                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Kohli

41972   ED 515      Economic and Cultural Geography                                         Wed                7:15-9:15 p.m.   Alibrandi

41053   ED 522      Learning and the Child’s Development.                                   Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Welles-Nyström
                    Prerequisites: At least one of the following: ED 405, ED 437,
                    ED 447, or ED 497

42743   ED 523      Global and Sociocultural Perspectives on Learning and                   Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Welles-Nyström
                    Development
                    Prerequisite: Advanced course for those already certified or for
                    M.A. degree-only candidates

42744   ED 529      Critical Literacy Beyond the Classroom Walls                            Tue                7:15-9:15 p.m.   Calderwood
                    Prerequisites: Teaching certification or permission of the instructor

40501   ED 531      Extending Literacy in the Elementary School: Grades 3-6                 Tue                4:45-6:45 p.m.   Calderwood
                    (For matriculated students only)
                    Prerequisite: ED 437 or permission of instructor

42756   ED 534      Theories of Learning                                                    Wed                7:15-9:15 p.m.   Siegel

41301   ED 552      Participatory Research and Advocacy in School and Community Thu                            4:45-6:45 p.m.   Burrell
                    Settings (may be taken in lieu of ED 499 with advisor’s permission)
                    Prerequisites: Matriculation and 6 completed credits in the M.A.
                    program in Teaching & Foundations OR permission of instructor
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE      COURSE TITLE                                                          DAY                 TIME             FACULTY
        NUMBER

42748   ED 572      Guided Research in Science                                            by arrangement                       Amirshokoohi

42768   ED 573      Instructional Issues in Teaching Science                              by arrangement                       Amirshokoohi

41373   ED 580      Secondary DSAP II                                                     by arrangement      by arrangement   Kaplan
                    Prerequisites: Formal acceptance into the Teacher Preparation
                    program, completion of certification course requirements and
                    all subject area requirements, completion of ED 579

40212   ED 581-01   Directed Observation and Supervised Student Teaching:                 by arrangement      by arrangement   Smith
                    Secondary English Education
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation
                    program and completion of all certification course requirements

41941   ED 581-02   Directed Observation and Supervised Student Teaching:                 by arrangement      by arrangement   Trupp
                    Social Studies Education
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation program
                    and completion of all certification course requirements

41942   ED 581-03   Directed Observation and Supervised Student Teaching:                 by arrangement      by arrangement   Amirshokoohi
                    Science Education
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation
                    program and completion of all certification course requirements

41943   ED 581-04   Directed Observation and Supervised Student Teaching:                 by arrangement      by arrangement   Amirshokoohi
                    Math Education
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation program
                    and completion of all certification course requirements

41944   ED 581-05   Directed Observation and Supervised                                   by arrangement      by arrangement   Kaplan
                    Student Teaching: World Languages
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation
                    program and completion of all certification course requirements

40305   ED 583-01   Elementary Student Teaching:                                             by arrangement   by arrangement   Kazempour
                    Immersion in a Community of Practice
                    Prerequisite: Formal acceptance into Teacher Preparation program
                    and completion of all certification course requirements, performance-based
                    assessment including, but not limited to, successful completion of all
                    prerequisite certification track courses and requirements while a matriculated
                    candidate in the Elementary Education program, permission only from
                    Dr. Calderwood, and an interview with the director of student teaching placements

40306   ED 584      Reflective Practice Seminar: Elementary Education                     Wed                 5-8 p.m.         Kazempour

42746   ED 585      Supervised Teaching, Learning and Reflection in a                     by arrangement      by arrangement   Kazempour
                    Community of Practice: Part 1
                    Prerequisites: Performance-based assessment, including, but not
                    limited to, successful completion of at least 27 prerequisite
                    certification track credits and related course requirements while a
                    matriculated candidate in the Elementary Education M.A. program,
                    permission of the Elementary Education program director

41950   ED 589      Student Teaching Seminar: Secondary Education                         Mon                 4:30-7 p.m.      Smith
                    (for English certification program candidates)

42750   ED 590      Reflective Research Practicum in Teaching                             by arrangement      by arrangement   Calderwood

41951   ED 591      Secondary Math Student Teaching Seminar                               Mon                 4:30-7 p.m.      Amirshokoohi

41952   ED 592      Secondary Science Student Teaching Seminar                            Mon                 4:30-7 p.m.      Amirshokoohi

41953   ED 593      World Language Student Teaching Seminar                               Mon                 4:30-7 p.m.      Kaplan
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE      COURSE TITLE                                                     DAY                TIME                         FACULTY
        NUMBER

41954   ED 594      Student Teaching Seminar: Secondary Social Studies Education     Tue                4:30-7 p.m.                  Alibrandi

42751   ED 595      Independent Study in Curriculum and Teaching                     by arrangement     by arrangement               Calderwood

42049   ED 599      Professional Writing: Product of Learning                        Wed                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Alibrandi
                    Prerequisite: Completion of student teaching

41304   ED 99-01    Comprehensive Examination - Elementary Education                 by arrangement     by arrangement               Calderwood
                    (Permission of advisor required)

41305   ED 99-02    Comprehensive Examination - Teaching & Foundations               by arrangement     by arrangement               Calderwood
                    (Permission of advisor required)

40277   EN 405      Literature for Young Adults                                      Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Gage

42742   ER 402      Early Childhood Development: Nine Months                         Saturday           9 a.m.-4 p.m.                Welles-Nyström
                    Through the First Nine Years of Age                              1/23, 2/6, 2/27,
                                                                                     3/20, 4/10, 4/17

40502   FT 433      Multicultural Issues in Counseling                               Weekend            Fri. Jan. 22, 5-8 p.m.;      Skudrzyk
                    (Cross-referenced as FT 433)                                     (Fri & Sat)        Fri/Sat Mar. 5 and 6,
                    (Note: Mandatory introductory class Friday, Jan. 22, 5-8 p.m.)                      9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.;
                                                                                                        Fri/Sat Apr. 30 and May 1,
                                                                                                        9:30 a.m.-5:30 p.m.

40676   FT 447      Lifespan Human Development                                       Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Welles- Nyström

42800   FT450       Current Trends in Family Intervention                            Thu                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Torres

40360   FT 465      Introduction to Substance Abuse and Addictions                   Wed                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Strainge
                     (Cross-listed as CN 465)

40240   FT 550      Introduction to Marriage and Family Therapy                      Thu                4:45-6:45 p.m.               O’Brien

40160   FT 553      Family Therapy Pre-practicum                                     Wed                7:15-9:15 p.m.               O’Brien.

40739   FT 555      Foundations of Marital and Family Therapy                        Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Preli

40153   FT 559      Practicum I                                                      Mon                3-5 p.m.                     Strainge
                    Prerequisites: FT 550, FT 552, FT 553, FT 565

40158   FT 560      Practicum II                                                     Thu                3-5 p.m.                     Walker
                    Prerequisite: FT 559

40155   FT 562      Human Sexuality and Sexual Dysfunction                           Tue                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Schofield

42752   FT 565      Ethical, Legal, and Professional Issues                          Thu                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Torres
                    Prerequisite: FT 550

40138   FT 567      Couples Therapy                                                  Tue                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Torres

40157   FT 580      Internship I                                                     by Arrangement                                  Geller
                    Prerequisite: FT 560

40159   FT 581      Internship II                                                    by Arrangement                                  Preli
                    Prerequisite: FT 580

41309   FT 99-01    Comprehensive Exam - Marriage & Family Therapy                   by arrangement                                  Preli

40166   MD 400-01   Introduction to Educational Technology – Lab fee: $45            Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.               Langran

40361   MD 400-02   Introduction to Educational Technology – Lab fee: $45            Tue                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Langran

40399   MD 406      Introduction to Reference – Lab fee: $45                         Wed                7:15-9:15 p.m.               Horrigan
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE      COURSE TITLE                                                     DAY                TIME                 FACULTY
        NUMBER

42753   MD 442      Design & Development of Multimedia Programs – Lab fee: $45       Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Robbins
                    Prerequisite: MD 400

42754   MD 460      Principles of Instructional Development                          Tue                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Langran
                    Prerequisite: MD 400

42755   MD 490      Achieving an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching              Wed                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Hinkley
                    Through Technology – Lab fee: $45

41960   MD 502      Engaging the Library Media Space – Lab fee: $15                  online:           4:45-6:45 p.m.        Hinkley
                                                                                     mandatory
                                                                                     on-campus meetings
                                                                                     Jan. 21 and May 6

40393   MD 545      Designing Development & Training Programs                        Sat Jan. 23,       9 a.m.-4 p.m.        Maloney
                    Prerequisite: PY 420 and matriculation in the IOPE program       Feb. 6 and 27,
                    (Cross-referenced as PY 545)                                                        and Mar. 20 and 27

40310   MD 581      Directed Observation and Supervised Student Teaching in Media by arrangement                             Hinkley

41310   MD 99-01    Comprehensive Exam - Educational Technology                      by arrangement                          Hinkley

41311   MD 99-02    Comprehensive Exam - School Library Media                        by arrangement                          Hinkley

40503   PY 433      Behavioral Statistics (Attendance at first class is mandatory)   Thu                5-8 p.m.             Bilias Lolis

40143   PY 435      Psychology of Personality (Attendance at first class is mandatory) Wed              4:45-6:45 p.m.       Bilias Lolis

40309   PY 436      Psychopathology & Classification I                               Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Rapczynski

40242   PY 438      Treatment Models for School Age Youth                            Tue                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Gill Lopez
                    Prerequisites: PY 435, PY 436

40400   PY 449      Intro to Clinical Child Neuropsychology                          Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Regan

42757   PY 534      Theories of Learning                                             Wed                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Siegel

41313   PY 536      Educational & Psychological Testing                              Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Brone


41314   PY 537      Assessment I: Academic Achievement                               Mon                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Arnold
                    (For matriculated School Psychology students)

40243   PY 544      Assessment IV: Integrated Assessment                             Mon                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Regan
                    Prerequisites: PY 538, PY 540

40394   PY 545      Designing Development & Training Programs                        Sat. Jan. 23,      9 a.m.-4 p.m.        Maloney
                    Prerequisite: PY 420 and matriculation in the IOPE program       Feb. 6 and 27,
                    (Cross-referenced as MD 545)                                                        and Mar. 20 and 27

40144   PY 571      Research in Psychology                                           Tue                7:15-9:15 p.m.       Patelis
                    Prerequisite: PY 433

40145   PY 576-01   Field Work in Child Study I                                      Thu                4:45-6:45 p.m.       Gill Lopez
                    (Permission of instructor required)

40457   PY 576-02   Field Work in Child Study I                                      Tue                2-4 p.m.             Gill Lopez
                    (Permission of instructor required)

40307   PY 578      Field Work in Applied Psychology                                 Mon. Jan. 25,      4:45-6:45 p.m.       Maloney
                    (Permission of instructor; minimum GPA of 3.0;                   Feb. 8, Mar. 15,
                    PY 433, PY 420, PY 545, PY 406, PY 571)                          and Apr. 19

40244   PY 597      Seminar in Psychology                                            Sat. Jan. 30,     9 a.m.-4 p.m.         Hillbrand
                    Prerequisite: Completion of 21 graduate credits in psychology    Feb. 27, Mar. 27,
                                                                                     Apr. 17, May 8
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE     COURSE TITLE                                                        DAY               TIME             FACULTY
        NUMBER

40362   PY 599     Internship in School Psychology II                                   Thu              2-4 p.m.         Gill Lopez

41315   PY 99-01   Comprehensive Exam - Applied Psychology                              by arrangement                    Dohm
                   Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits including
                   18 in psychology and cumulative GPA at least 3.0

42048   PY 99-02   Comprehensive Exam - School Psychology                               by arrangement                    Gill Lopez
                   Prerequisite: Completion of 24 credits
                   including PY 430, PY 435, PY 436, PY 438, PY 446

40146   SE 403     Psychoeducational Issues in Special Education                        Tue              4:45-6:45 p.m.   Alarcon
                   (for Project SETTELL students)

42758   SE 403     Psychoeducational Issues in Special Education                        Tue              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Zera

40175   SE 405     Exceptional Learners in the Mainstream                               Wed              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Berndlmaier
                   (Cross-referenced as SE 430)

42759   SE 411     Introduction to Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities           Mon              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Staff

41316   SE 413     Theories of & Introduction to Learning Disabilities                  Wed              4:45-6:45 p.m.   Zera

42760   SE 417     Introduction to Children & Youth with                                Thu              4:45-6:45 p.m.   French
                   Social & Emotional Disturbances

40554   SE 429     Developmental & Remedial Reading & Language Arts                     Wed              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Zera

40245   SE 430     Special Learners in the Regular Classroom                            Wed              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Berndlmaier
                   (Cross-referenced as SE 405)

42761   SE 432     Management Techniques (Pre- or co-requisite: SE 417)                 Thu              7:15-9:15 p.m.   French

42762   SE 436     Administration of Educational Tests                                  Tue              4:45-6:45 p.m.   DeFelice
                   Pre-requisite: SE 413

41962   SE 441     Parents & Families of Individuals with Disabilities                  Mon              4:45-6:45 p.m.   Geller

40569   SE 534     Skills for Individualized Education Plans                            Tue              7:15-9:15 p.m.   DeFelice
                   (for Project SETTELL students)
                   Prerequisites: SE 413, SE 561; pre- or co-requisite: SE 429

42104   SE 534     Skills for Individualized Education Plans                            Wed              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Kim
                   Prerequisites: SE 413, SE 561; pre- or co-requisite: SE 429

40147   SE 537     Curriculum & Methods for Students with Mild to                       Wed              4:45-6:45 p.m.   Kim
                   Moderate Disabilities
                   Prerequisites: SE 411, SE 413, SE 417

42763   SE 550     Collaboration & Consultation for the Special Educator                Mon              7:15-9:15 p.m.   Boccanfusso

40148   SE 591     Practicum in Special Education I
                   Minimum prerequisites: Permission of the candidate’s University        Thu            4:45-6:45 p.m.   Herman
                   advisor and successful completion of SE 411, SE 413, SE 417, SE 429,
                   SE 432, SE 436, SE 534, SE 537, and SE 561. Candidates must notify
                   their University advisor of their intent to start these courses in the
                   semester prior to their anticipated practicum placement.

40149   SE 592     Practicum in Special Education II                                      Thu            4:45-6:45 p.m.   Herman
                   Minimum prerequisites: Permission of the candidate’s University
                   advisor and successful completion of SE 411, SE 413, SE 417, SE 429,
                   SE 432, SE 436, SE 534, SE 537, and SE 561. Candidates must notify
                   their University advisor of their intent to start these courses in the
                   semester prior to their anticipated practicum placement.
Spring 2010 Course Offerings
CRN     COURSE            COURSE TITLE                                                            DAY                   TIME                     FACULTY
        NUMBER

40738    SE 593           Student Teaching in Special Education                                      Thu                  4:45-6:45 p.m.          Kim
                          Minimum prerequisites: Permission of the candidate’s University
                          advisor and successful completion of MD 400, SE 403, SE 411, SE 413,
                          SE 417, SE 429, SE 432, SE 436, SE 441, SE 534, SE 537, SE 550, SE 561,
                          and SE 99. Candidates must notify their University advisor and the director
                          of Student Teaching Placement of their intent to start this course in the
                          semester prior to their anticipated student teaching experience. For initial certification candidates only.

41317    SE 99            Comprehensive Examination                                                 TBA                 TBA                       Zera

42764    SL 421           Linguistics for Teachers                                                  online              Jan. 23, on campus,        Edwards
                                                                                                                        9 a.m.-3 p.m. (mandatory);
                                                                                                                        then online

40273    SL 436           Methods and Materials for Second Language Teaching                        Mon                 4:45-6:45 p.m.            Dennis

40170    SL 441-01        Teaching and Learning Within Multicultural Contexts                       Thu                 7:15-9:15 p.m.            Burrell
                          of Education
                          (Cross-referenced as ED 441)

41054    SL 441-02        Teaching and Learning Within Multicultural Contexts                       Tue                 4:45-6:45 p.m.            Campbell
                          of Education
                          (Cross-referenced as ED 441)

42765    SL 450           Second Language Methods for Secondary Teachers (6-12)                     Mon                 7:15-9:15 p.m.            Campbell
                          Prerequisites: SL 423 and SL 527, or permission of the instructor.
                          SL 527 can be taken concurrently.

41967    SL 467           Language Acquisition                                                      Wed                 4:45-6:45 p.m.            Simoes

42766    SL 475           Sociolinguistics                                                          Wed                 7:15-9:15 p.m.            Campbell

42767    SL 590           Practicum in Teaching                                                     by arrangement      by arrangement            Poole
                          Prerequisite: Permission of instructor

41318    SL 99            Comprehensive Exam in TESOL/Bilingual Education                           by arrangement       by arrangement           Campbell




LOOKING FOR CONTINUING EDUCATION (CEU) CREDITS?
Contact Kim Baer in the dean’s office for more information on CEU, tuition, and registration (kbaer@fairfield.edu)
(203) 254-4000, ext. 2140.
         FT 568           London Study Tour January 23-30, 2010                                                                                   Haug
                          The program at Marlborough Family Services in London, Great Britain,
                          will focus on working with couples and families and will have an emphasis
                          on school-based interventions.
                          Permission of instructor and registration with kbaer@fairfield.edu are required.

         MD 442           Design & Development of Multimedia Programs                               Mon                 7:15-9:15 p.m.            Robbins
                          (Additional Lab fee: $45)
                          Prerequisite: MD 400

         MD 490           Achieving an Interdisciplinary Approach to Teaching                       Wed                 4:45-6:45 p.m.            Hinkley
                          Through Technology (Additional Lab fee: $45)

         MD 502           Engaging the Library Media Space (Additional Lab fee: $15)                online:          4:45-6:45 p.m.               Hinkley
                                                                                                    mandatory
                                                                                                    on-campus meetings
                                                                                                    Jan 21 and May 6
StagWeb                                           Teacher Internship Program
Registered GSEAP students must activate
and use their StagWeb account, which              Gain valuable teaching experience while earning your tuition.
includes e-mail service. Register, check          As an intern in Fairfield University’s Teaching Internship Program, you will spend one aca-
course schedules, correspond with profes-         demic year in a Fairfield County school district in conjunction with study at the Graduate
sors, and obtain official University messages     School of Education and Allied Professions.
through your StagWeb account.
                                                  The Teaching Internship Program is open to those who hold Connecticut teacher certifica-
To activate your StagWeb account, follow          tion as well as to non-certified candidates who desire to pursue graduate study at Fairfield
the instructions at http://stagweb.fairfield.     University. However, all candidates for the internship program must be formally admitted
edu or visit the Computer Administration          or approved for matriculation in order to qualify for the internship. The deadline for sub-
Help Desk in Dolan Commons. Call (203)            mitting applications for internships for the 2010-2011 academic year is June 15, 2010.
254-4357 for specifics.
                                                  For information on admission to the M.A. degree/certification program: Contact the
It is important that you check your StagWeb       Dean’s Office at (203) 254-4250.
e-mail regularly. Faculty and the Dean’s Office
use the StagWeb e-mail system to send official    For information on admission to the Teaching Internship Program: Contact Dr. Joseph
communications to students.                       Ricciotti, internship coordinator, at (203) 254-4000, ext. 2284.




disclaimer
This course schedule is subject to revision.      State Certification Information
The Graduate School of Education and
Allied Professions reserves the right to          Visit the Bureau of Educator Preparation, Certification, Support, and Assessment’s website
make any course changes, cancellations,           at www.state.ct.us/sde (select the Certification link button for specific information) or call
or instructor substitutions as may be             the Bureau’s interactive phone system at (860) 713-6969 between 1-5 p.m., Monday through
necessary.                                        Friday. You also may contact the University’s Certification Officer, Dr. Christine Siegel, via
                                                  e-mail at csiegel@fairfield.edu or by phone at (203) 254-4000, ext. 4250,
                                                  with your certification questions.

Bookstore                                         A handout describing the steps you need to take to apply for certification is available in the

Information
                                                  Dean’s office (Canisius 102).

                                                  Certification applications may be downloaded directly by following the “certification” link
Why get in line when you can get online?          at www.sde.ct.gov (Form 170 A-short form for first or initial certification and Form 170 for
The Fairfield University bookstore is             cross-endorsements or additional certifications). PRAXIS I and PRAXIS II information is
proud to be an e-partner of efollett.com,         available online through the ETS website at www.ets.org/k12learn/.
a network of online university bookstores.
The Fairfield University bookstore can be
accessed at www.fairfield.bkstr.com.

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Note: The bookstore is located in the Barone
Campus Center and can be reached at
(203) 254-4262.
Professional Organizations
Professional organizations are active on campus for GSEAP students. Enrich your gradu-
ate school experience by learning about and participating in the Fairfield University
chapters of these professional organizations. They can provide you with opportunities
for networking, professional development, access to current thought in a profession,
and a variety of services.

Visit www.fairfield.edu for additional information. GET INVOLVED!!!

APAGS, the American Psychological Association for Graduate Students. The faculty
advisor is Dr. Faith-Anne Dohm, fdohm@fairfield.edu.

Psi Chi, the National Honor Society in Psychology inducts both graduate and
undergraduate psychology students. The faculty advisor is Dr. Judy Primavera,
jprimavera@fairfield.edu.

Chi Sigma Iota (CSI), the International Counseling Academic and Professional Honor
Society. The faculty advisor is Dr. Bogusia Skudrzyk, bskudrzyk@fairfield.edu.

NCTE, the National Council of Teachers of English. The faculty advisor is Dr. Emily
Smith, esmith@fairfield.edu.

Phi Delta Kappa (PDK), the international association for the field of education.
Contact Lily Smith, lasmith@fairfield.edu, for more information.

Association for Childhood Education International (ACEI). The faculty advisor is
Dr. Jennifer Goldberg, jgoldberg@fairfield.edu.
                Graduate School of Education
                and Allied Professions
                1073 North Benson Road
                Fairfield, Connecticut 06824-5195




Welcome to the Graduate School of Education and Allied Professions.
Listed below is general information that              ids                                                   library
we hope will be useful to you. The Dean’s             Student ID cards (called StagCards) are available     The DiMenna-Nyselius Library hours are listed on
office staff (in Canisius 102) can also               at the StagCard Office in the Aloysius P. Kelley,     the StagWeb library page. Sign on to StagWeb,
                                                      S.J. Center. First-time students will get picture     then choose the Library tab.
provide information.
                                                      ID cards that are electronically updated in future
                                                      semesters. Call (203) 254-4009 for hours and          Call (203) 254-4044 for additional library informa-
bookstore                                             location.                                             tion. Your StagCard (ID card) also serves as your
The University Bookstore is located in the
                                                                                                            library card.
Barone Campus Center, however, students
may order books online at www.efollett.com.           inclement weather
Call (203) 254-4262 for further information.          Class cancellations are announced over the            parking
                                                      following radio stations:                             To park on campus without being ticketed, you
food                                                            WICC (600 AM) - Bridgeport
                                                                                                            will need a parking sticker. All students must
The Barone Campus Center operates a snack bar,                                                              apply for a parking sticker through their StagWeb
                                                                WEZN (99.9 FM) - Bridgeport                 account. Contact (203) 254-4000, ext. 2745, for
a café, and the main dining room. Your StagCard
                                                                WNLK (1350 AM) - Norwalk                    more information.
(ID card) can be used to pay for refreshments, if a
                                                                WELI (960 AM) - New Haven
StagBucks account has been activated. Call (203)
                                                                WSTC (1400 AM) - Stamford
254-4009 for information.
                                                                WVOF (88.5 FM) - Fairfield
                                                                                                            recreation
                                                                                                            The Leslie C. Quick Jr. Recreation Complex offers
health                                                Classes are rarely cancelled. A cancellation          memberships to part- and full-time students for
Health insurance is available for full-time           decision for evening classes is generally made        a nominal fee. Call (203) 254-4141 for more
graduate students (those enrolled in at least         and aired after 2 p.m.                                information.
9 credits each semester) by contacting the
Student Health Center at (203) 254-4000,
                                                      job news                                              public safety
ext. 2241. Call for more information.                                                                       The Department of Public Safety is located in Loyola
                                                      Job/Career Announcements are posted on bulletin
                                                      boards outside GSEAP faculty offices on the first     Hall, Room 2. Officers conduct foot, bicycle, and
housing                                               and second floors of Canisius Hall. Additionally,     vehicular patrols of the campus 24 hours a day, 365
No on-campus housing is available for graduate        the Career Planning Center in the Kelley Center       days a year. Any potential criminal act or emergency
students. Off-campus housing information              keeps job postings in the field of education,         should be reported to (203) 254-4090, or ext. 4090
is available online at www.fairfield.edu.             including teaching, school psychology, and school     from any campus phone, for immediate assistance.
                                                      counseling positions, and will offer assistance to    Emergency phones are located throughout the
                                                      Fairfield University graduate alumni or those near-   campus.
                                                      ing graduation from graduate programs. A monthly
                                                      education newsletter is available for a small fee.
                                                      Call (203) 254-4000, ext. 2779, for information.                                                  29851_10.09

				
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