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1 Continuing Education Online Course Schedule July, August, September 2012 Continuing Teacher Education Graduate Level Continuing Teacher Education Courses AUT 500 Foundations of Autism Spectrum Disorders 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 AUT 501 Diagnosis and Assessment of Autism Spectrum Disorders 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 EDD 537 Teaching Personal Finance Education 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 EDD 538 Foundations of Personal Finance in Education 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 EDD 546 Foundations of Education 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 EDD 547 Classroom Management for Educators 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly Weekly EDD 548 Curriculum Development and Instruction 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 EDD 549 Curriculum Development and Instruction: Middle School 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 EDD 554 Assessment and Evaluation for Educators 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 EDD 557 Theories of Growing and Learning 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 EDD 563 Overview of Adolescent Psychology 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly Weekly HIS 510 AZ Constitution 1 2 $175 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 HIS 511 U.S. Constitution 1 2 $175 Weekly 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 HIS 512 NV Constitution 2 4 $350 7/17 8/7, 8/28 9/11 HLTH 500 Health and Nutrition for Educators 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 MED 551 Teaching Methods: Elementary Art 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 MED 552 Teaching Methods - Elementary Language Arts 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 MED 553 Teaching Methods: Elementary Mathematics 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 MED 554 Teaching Methods - Elementary Science 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 MED 555 Teaching Methods - Elementary Social Studies 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 MED 560 Secondary Teaching Methods 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 MED 561 Teaching Methods - Secondary Art 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 MED 563 Teaching Methods - Secondary Mathematics 3 6 $525 7/17 8/7, 8/28 9/11 MED 570 Teaching Methods: Reading through the Arts 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 MED 571 Teaching Methods: Mathematics through the Arts 3 6 $525 7/17 8/7, 8/28 9/11 RDG 502 Diagnosis and Remediation 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 RDG 503 Phonological Theory and Application 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 RDG 524 Teacher Leadership 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 RDG 525 Elementary Reading and Writing Strategies 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 RDG 526 Adolescent Literature 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 RDG 527 Content Area Reading and Writing for Adolescents 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 RDG 528 Reading Assessment 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 RDG 529 Children's Literature 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 RDG 536 Reading Methods: Primary 3 6 $575 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 RDG 538 Reading Methods: Elementary 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 RDG 539 Reading Skills and Practicum (K-8) 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25

2 Graduate Level Continuing Teacher Education Courses (continued) RDG 540 Reading Skills and Practicum (K-5) 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 RDG 541 Reading Skills and Practicum (6-12) 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 RDG 543 Reading Methods: Secondary 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly Weekly SEI 501 Structured English Immersion 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 SEI 502 Advanced SEI Methods 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 BLE 503 Foundations of Instruction 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 BLE 506 Overview of Linguistics 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 SPED 500 Introduction to Learners with Special Needs 3 6 $575 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 SPED 501 Special Education in Early Childhood 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 SPED 502 Mainstreaming and Inclusion 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 TECH 500 Internet for Educators, Basic 2 4 $350 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 TECH 501 Internet for Educators, Intermediate 2 4 $350 7/10 8/7 9/11 TECH 502 Internet for Educators, Advanced 2 4 $350 7/24 8/21 9/18 TECH 504 Multimedia for Educators 2 4 $350 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 TECH 505 Presentation Technology for Educators 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 TECH 506 Web Authoring for Educators 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/31 8/21 9/4, 9/25 TECH 507 Technology Integration for Educators 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 EDU 521 Technologies for Online Teaching 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 EDU 522 Overview of Online Teaching 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 EDU 524 Organizing and Managing the Online Classroom 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 EDU 527 Differentiating Instruction in the Online Classroom 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 EDU 528 Assessment in the Online Classroom 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 EDU 529 Coaching and Mentoring for Online Teaching 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 LBR 510 Overview of School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 LBR 511 Technology in School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 LBR 512 Resources for School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 LBR 513 Administration of School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 LBR 514 Programs and Services in School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 LBR 515 Information Literacy in School Libraries and Media Centers 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 RTI 500 Foundations of Response to Intervention (RTI) 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 Undergraduate Continuing Teacher Education Courses Prefix Course name Credits Weeks Tuition* July August September PAR-ED 201 Foundations of Reading and Writing Instruction 3 5 $525 7/10 8/7 9/18 PAR-ED 202 Foundations of Mathematics Instruction 3 5 $525 7/17 8/14 9/25 PAR-ED 203 Introduction to Paraeducators 3 5 $525 7/24 8/21 9/4

3 Continuing Teacher Education Test Preparation $60 per credit PXTP 1015 Praxis I Test Preparation Mathematics Overview 1 2 $60 7/31 8/28 9/4 PXTP 1025 Praxis I Test Preparation Reading and Writing 1 2 $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 TXTP 1015 TExES Test Preparation - Generalist 4-8 Exam 1 2 $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 TXTP 1025 TExES Test Preparation - Mathematics 4-8 Exam 1 2 $60 7/3, 7/31 8/28 9/4 TXTP 1035 TExES Test Preparation - Mathematics 8-12 Exam 1 2 $60 7/10 8/7 9/18 TXTP 1045 TExES Test Preparation - Science 4-8 Exam 1 2 $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 TXTP 1055 TExES Test Preparation - Science 8-12 Exam 1 2 $60 7/10 8/7 9/18 TXTP 1065 TExES Test Preparation - Special Education Exam 1 2 $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 TXTP 1075 TExES Test Preparation - Principal Exam 1 2 $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 TXTP 1085 TExESTM Test Preparation PPR EC $60 7/17 8/14 9/25 For Florida Teachers Only Continuing Teacher Education Courses TESOL 563 Foundations of Instruction 3 6 $525 7/17 9/11 TESOL 564 Instructional Techniques and Methods 3 6 $525 7/31 9/4 TESOL 566 Applied Linguistics 3 6 $525 8/14 9/18 TESOL 567 Cross-Cultural Communication 3 6 $525 7/3 8/28 9/25 General Electives 5 & 7 week courses, $280 per credit BIO 101 Principles of Biology 3 5 $840 Weekly Weekly Weekly ENG 491 American Literature to $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 ENG 492 American Literature since $840 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 ENG 495 Advanced Creative Writing 3 5 $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 GEO 155 Cultural Geography 3 5 $840 7/10 8/14 9/11 GEO 215 Geography 3 5 $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 GLG 150 Exploration of the Earth Sciences 3 5 $840 Weekly Weekly Weekly HIS 110 U.S. History to $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 HIS 120 U.S. History 1865 to $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 HIS 145 The American Experience Since $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 HIS 301 U.S. Constitution 3 5 $840 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 HIS 308 Modern European History 3 5 $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 MTH 208 College Mathematics I 3 5 $840 Weekly Weekly Weekly MTH 209 College Mathematics II 3 5 $840 Weekly Weekly Weekly MTH 213 Mathematics for Elementary Educators I 3 5 $840 Weekly Weekly Weekly MTH 214 Mathematics for Elementary School Educators II 3 5 $840 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18

4 General Electives (continued) 5 & 7 week courses, $280 per credit MTH 310 Calculus I 4 7 $1,120 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 MTH 320 Calculus II 4 7 $1,120 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 MTH 405 Modern Geometry 3 5 $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 MTH 415 Theory of Numbers 3 5 $840 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 California Teachers of English Learners Certificate Program 25 weeks, MTE 502 Orientation to the California Teachers of English Learners (CTEL) Program 0 1 $0 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 ELD 502 Foundations of Instruction for English Learners 3 6 $525 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 ELD 504 Assessment of English Learners 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21, 8/28 9/11, 9/25 ELD 506 Understanding Language Acquisition and Cognition 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17 8/7, 8/21 9/4, 9/18 ELD 535 Teaching Reading and Writing to English Learners 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 9/18 Bachelors Education Courses 5 week courses, $175*/$420 per credit EDU 301 Foundations of Education 3 5 $525 Weekly Weekly $1,260 Weekly EDU 305 Child Development 3 5 $525 Weekly Weekly $1,260 Weekly EDU 315 Legal and Ethical Issues in Education 3 5 $525 Weekly Weekly $1,260 Weekly EED 400 Assessment in Elementary Education 3 5 $525 Weekly Weekly $1,260 Weekly EED 425 Elementary Methods - Health/PE 3 5 $525 Weekly Weekly $1,260 Weekly Graduate Education Courses 4, 6, & 8 week courses, $175*/$280 per credit SPE 511 Special Education Methods 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 512 Special Education Assessment and Interpretation 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 513 Orientation to the Exceptional Child 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 514 Survey of Special Populations 2 4 $350 Weekly Weekly $560 Weekly SPE 531 Characteristics of MR & Developmental Disabilities 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 537 Characteristics of Learning Disabilities 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 544 Characteristics of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 556 Characteristics of Physical and Health Disabilities 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 557 Collaboration with Families of Students with Disabilities 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 $840

5 Graduate Education Courses (continued) 4, 6, & 8 week courses, $175*/$280 per credit SPE 558 Transition Planning for Adolescents with Disabilities 3 6 $525 7/17 8/7, 8/28 $840 9/11 SPE 575 Inclusion Strategies of the Special Educator 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly SPE 590 Characteristics of Exceptionalities 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MAT 504 Adolescent Psychology 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MAT 538 Middle School Foundations and Philosophy 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 $840 9/4, 9/18 MTH 530 Linear Algebra 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MTH 535 Geometry 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MTH 540 Statistics 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly CUR 578 Evaluation and Assessment of Curriculum 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly ECH 506 Introduction to Early Childhood Education 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly ECH 513 Growth and Development in Early Childhood 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly ECH 531 Methods of Teaching in Early Childhood I 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17, 7/31 8/14, 8/28 $840 9/11 ECH 537 Foundations of Early Childhood Curriculum 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 $840 9/18 ECH 548 Early Childhood Assessment Strategies 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 518 Leadership and Collaborative Processes 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 524 Supervision of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 535 Business and Facilities Management 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 545 School Law for Educators 3 6 $525 7/10, 7/24 8/7, 8/21 $840 EDA 554 Instructional Program Management and Evaluation 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 555 School Policy and Law for Principals 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 560 Human Resources Leadership and Management 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly EDA 570 Equity, Diversity, and Access in Education 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MTE 520 Maintaining an Effective Learning Climate 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MTE 539 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Methods 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly MTE 544 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Mathematics 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17 8/7, 8/21 $840 9/4, 9/18 MTE 546 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary English/Language Arts 3 6 $525 7/17 8/21 $840 9/18 MTE 547 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary History/Social Science 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14, 8/21 $840 9/11, 9/18 MTE 548 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Science 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/17 8/7, 8/21 $840 9/4, 9/18 MTE 550 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Global Languages 3 6 $525 7/10 8/7 $840 9/18 MTE 551 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Physical Education 3 6 $525 7/3, 7/31 8/28 $840 9/4 PSYCH 538 Lifespan Development and Learning 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly RDG 530 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading and Language Arts 4 8 $700 Weekly Weekly $1,120 Weekly RDG 542 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading Methods for Secondary Settings 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly

6 For California Teachers Only 6 & 8 week courses, $175*/$280 per credit MTE 532CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Science and Mathematics 4 8 $700 Weekly Weekly $1,120 Weekly MTE 544CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Mathematics 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 $840 9/11 MTE 546CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary English/Language Arts 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 $840 9/11 MTE 547CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary History/Social Science 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 $840 9/11 MTE 548CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Science 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 $840 9/11 MTE 550CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Global Languages 3 6 $525 7/17 8/14 $840 9/11 MTE 551CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Physical Education 3 6 $525 Weekly Weekly $840 Weekly For more information about our on-time completion rates, the median loan debt incurred by students who complete a program and other important information, please visit our website at phoenix.edu/programs/gainful-employment.html Special * appreciation discount for educators seeking courses for endorsements or recertification For a limited time, current P-12 teachers and administrators may qualify for significant savings. Begin an individual, online course from one of our Education degree programs by August 31, 2012 and pay just (plus fees and any applicable taxes). This tuition does not apply to degree-seeking students. Additional restrictions may apply, and not all courses are available to residents of all states. Please speak with an Enrollment Advisor today for more details. Pricing and course offerings subject to change at discretion of the University of Phoenix. This document contains a selection of courses from our full course list. For a full selection of courses go to phoenix.edu/programs/continuing-education/continuing-teacher-education.html For more information, please contact or talk to an Enrollment Advisor at University of Phoenix is accredited by The Higher Learning Commission and is a member of the North Central Association (ncahlc.org).> <The University s Central Administration is located at 1625 W. Fountainhead Pkwy., Tempe, AZ > <Online Campus: 3157 E. Elwood St., Phoenix, AZ > <Although many courses are accepted by some state departments of education in the United States toward teacher certifications and endorsements, this may not be the case in all states or foreign jurisdictions. If you plan to use a course for certification or endorsement, please check with your state department of education and your school district for applicability. Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the accepting institution. Continuing teacher education courses are not intended to transfer to degree programs at University of Phoenix. It is the student s responsibility to confirm whether or not credits earned at University of Phoenix will be accepted by another institution of the student s choice. Please check with a University Enrollment Advisor. Pricing and course offerings subject to change at discretion of the University of Phoenix.> <Memphis Campus: 65 Germantown Court, Ste. 100, Cordova, TN 38018; Nashville Campus: 616 Marriott Dr., Ste. 150, Nashville, TN 37214; Chattanooga Campus: 1208 Pointe Centre Dr., Chattanooga, TN Clarksville Learning Center: 141 Chesapeake Dr., Clarksville, TN 37040; Murfreesboro Learning Center: 2615 Medical Center Pkwy., Murfreesboro, TN Knoxville Campus: Sherrill Blvd., Knoxville, TN > 2012 University of Phoenix, Inc. All rights reserved.

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