C T g457 Methods of Teaching Adults 3 credits. This course is VED g455 with one additional hour of lecture each week on techniques of developing and delivering conferences and workshops. PREREQ: SAME AS VED g455.
C T g470 Occupational Training Methods 3 credits. Teaching methods and techniques applicable to occupational training. Substitutes for VTE g403. Only available through Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Company. Runs concurrent with CT 471/571.
C T g471 Occupational Analysis and Course Construction 3 credits. Analysis of occupations to determine required competencies to develop an instructional program. Substitutes for VTE g402. Only available through Westinghouse Idaho Nuclear Company. Runs concurrent with CT 470/570.
HEC g402 How to Deal with Child Abuse 1 credit. Designed to help educators identify and cope with neglected/abused children.
HEC g409 Professional Readings 1-3 credits. Broaden conceptual ideas about the relationship of programs, trends, legislation, developments, and principles to the professional environment. Analyze and summarize content and value of professional readings. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
HEC g422 Building Family Strengths 3 credits. Emphasizes the positive assumption of roles and responsibilities within family interaction. Focuses upon the utilization of family strengths in assessing and addressing family situations. PREREQ: SOC 101 AND PSYC 111.
HEC g426 Fashion: History 3 credits. Survey of the history of fashion in the western world with emphasis on the artistic and cultural setting that produces the fashions. 3 hours lecture.
HEC g427 Fashion: Diversity 3 credits. A study of the cultural, socio-psychological, functional, and technological developments in textiles and clothing. PREREQ: PSYC 111 AND SOC 101.
HEC g432 CU(PDO) 132 Behavioral Growth and Development 1 credit. General body growth and development of the normal child. Major theories of psychological growth and maturation of the normal child with common aberrations. Dental management of children in regard to psychological growth and development (IDEP course).
HEC g439 Sports Nutrition 2 credits. Review nutrition recommendations for both competitive and recreational athletic performance. Background into metabolism of nutrients related to strength and endurance given as rationale for nutrition practices. Controversies and misinformation addressed. (HEC 239 SUGGESTED PREREQ)
HEC g457 Experimental Foods 3 credits. Development of experimental methods and their application to cookery and food technology; preparation of student for independent investigation in foods; acquaintance with literature in the field. 2 hours lecture/4 hours laboratory. Cross-listed as NTD g457. PREREQ: HEC 104, JUNIOR STANDING.
HEC g461 Advanced Nutrition 3 credits. Advanced study of nutrition science, including protein, carbohydrate, lipid, vitamin, and mineral metabolism. Introduction to research methodology and professional literature. Cross-listed as NTD g461. PREREQ: HEC 239, CHEM 108.
HEC g471 Advanced Consumer Economics 3 credits. Advanced study of social and economic problems affecting individuals and families. Topics: financial security; credit and loans; tax planning; major consumer purchases; risk management; investments; retirement and estate planning. PREREQ: HEC 371.
HEC g472 Teaching Consumer Economics 1-3 credits. Designed to provide educators with current content and resources for developing consumer and economic education curriculum. Teaching techniques discussed and practiced. PREREQ: HEC 471 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
HEC g481-482 Special Problems 1-2 credits. Students select problem areas in home economics on basis of interest and previous preparation upon which to work independently in laboratory and library with regular conferences with the advisor. Instructor approval required prior to registration.
HEC g491-492 Special Problems in Vocational Home Economics 1-2 credits. Students select problems on basis of special needs, interests, or abilities and work independently in laboratory, library, or community, with regular conferences with the advisor. Instructor approval required prior to registration.
HEC 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. Must be graded S/U.
HEC 676 Supervision of Home Economics Education 2 credits. Explores roles and responsibilities of cooperating teachers and college supervisor in providing desirable experiences for home economics student teachers in the public schools. Supervision styles will be reviewed and evaluated.
VED g409 Professional Readings 1-3 credits. Broaden conceptual ideas about the relationship of programs, trends, legislation, developments, and principles to the professional environment. Analyze and summarize content and value of professional readings. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VED g444 Guidance and Special Needs Concepts for Vocational Education 3 credits. Examine career guiding concepts, specialist services,special needs legislation, abilities and inabilities (both mental and physical), job seeking skills, and information sources. PREREQ: VED g401 AND A TEACHING METHODS CLASS.
VED g445 Advanced Concepts for Special Needs 3 credits. Develop competencies in modification of programs for teaching methods and communications skills used when working with special needs students in occupational programs.
VED g450 Foundations of Adult Education 3 credits. Provides an understanding of adult education as a field of academic inquiry and professional practice. Examines current and past trends and practices of adult learning.
VED g455 Methods of Teaching Adults 2 credits. Study of the needs/interests of adults in occupational training. Methods, materials, media and experiences in preparation for extension, business, and education. 2 hours lecture. PREREQ: A TEACHING METHODS COURSE IN THE MAJOR FIELD OR PERMISSION OF THE INSTRUCTOR.
VED g468 Techniques of Teaching Cooperative Education 3 credits. Preparation for teaching cooperative vocational education. Topics: Coordinating cooperative programs, occupational/job analysis, utilizing vocational advisory committees, and organizing and administering vocational student organizations. 3 hours lecture.
VED 632 Curriculum Assessment and Research Applications in Occupational Training 3 credits. Examine factors affecting training curriculum and sources of information for these. Attention to available training research and action research for the training manager. PREREQ: VED 631 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR. VED 633 Occupational Program Planning, Development and Evaluation 3 credits.
Preparing local plans for vocational education or training programs for business and industry. State, federal and agency guidelines, program implementation, and program effectiveness. PREREQ: VED 632 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VED 634 Administration of Occupational Training 3 credits. Examination of the executive functions of the vocational or training administrator. Attention to budgeting, reporting, facility, and equipment management, negotiations, advisory committees, and community relations. PREREQ: VED 633 PR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VED 635 Practicum in Occupational Training Administration 3 credits. An individually designed internship under the supervision of the faculty and an experienced local vocational administrator or training manager. PREREQ: VED 634 AND GRADUATE STANDING OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VED 640 Seminar in Training Management 1-2 credits. Current topics in the management of human resources development presented by department faculty and visiting lecturers. Maximum of 2 credits applied to the degree. Graded S/U.
VED 645 Field Research Project in Training Management 3 credits. An individual field research project must be completed, a written report and oral explanation of the report will be required.
VED 650 Thesis 1-6 credits.
VTE g403 Occupational Education Methods 3 credits. Teaching methods and techniques applicable to occupational education. Three hours lecture. PREREQ: VTE g402 OR PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VTE g420 Selected Topics 1-8 credits. Examination and analysis of special topics for occupational education teachers/trainers. May be repeated up to 8 credits. PREREQ: PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR.
VTE g461 Directed Studies 1-4 credits. Individual work under staff guidance. Field research on specific occupational advances in technology. Instructor approval required prior to registration.
VTE g464 Instructional Facilities Management 3 credits. Organization, safety and management of occupational education training facilities. An in-depth study of laboratory requirements and total facility planning. Three hours lecture.
VTE g480 Advanced Technical Competency 1-4 credits. Advanced occupational skills and knowledge obtained from modern practice in selected field. For experienced professionals seeking advanced techniques in specialized areas of vocational education. PREREQ: INTERMEDIATE LEVEL STUDY IN THE SPECIALTY. PERMISSION OF INSTRUCTOR REQUIRED PRIOR TO REGISTRATION.
VTE 597 Professional Education Development Topics. Variable credit. May be repeated. A course for practicing professionals aimed at the development and improvement of skills. May not be applied to graduate degrees. Must be graded S/U.