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Continuing education for teachers

Noncredit Professional Development

For-credit Continuing Education for Teachers Courses

Graduate-Level Continuing Education for Teachers1 ($175 per credit)

2 Week (1 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($175 per credit)

Students residing in AL, AR and KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
HIS 510 AZ Constitution 1 2 $175 5/2 6/27 7/11 8/8 9/5 10/10
HIS 511 U.S. Constitution 1 2 $175 - 6/6 - 8/1 9/19 -
SPED 560 Teaching Learners with Disabilities 1 2 $175 5/2 & 5/23 6/27 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/10
TECH 509 Using Web Tools in the Classroom 1 2 $175 5/16 - 7/11 8/1 - 10/10
TECH 510 Using Apps in the Classroom 1 2 $175 - 6/20 - 8/8 - -
TECH 511 Using Google Tools in the Classroom 1 2 $175 5/23 6/27 7/18 - 9/5 10/24

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3 Week (2 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($175 per credit)

Students residing in AL, AR and KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
HIS 513 NV Constitution 2 3 $350 5/23/17 - - 8/29/17 - 10/24
TECH 519 Using Social Media in the Classroom 2 3 $350 - 6/6/17 7/11/17 8/29/17 - 10/31
TECH 520 Multimedia for Educators 2 3 $350 5/16/17 6/27/17 7/18/17 8/8/17 - 10/10

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4 Week (3 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($175 per credit)

Students residing in AL, AR and KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
ADM 511 Personnel Administration for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 6/20 - 8/1 - 10/31
ADM 512 Leadership Strategies for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 - 10/10
ADM 513 School Law for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 6/20 7/18 8/29 - 10/24
ADM 514 School Finance for Educators 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27 7/18 - 9/19 10/31
ADM 515 Ethical and Legal Issues for Educators 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - - 9/5 -
ADM 516 Ethical and Legal Issues for Administrators 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
ADM 517 Special Education Program Administration 3 4 $525 - - 7/18 8/29 - 10/24
AUT 510 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Foundations 3 4 $525 5/23 6/20 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/24
AUT 511 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Diagnosis and Assessment 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - - -
AUT 512 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Communication and Socialization 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - - 9/19 -
AUT 513 Autism Spectrum Disorders: Behavior Management 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/5 -
BLE 570 Foundations of Instruction 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
BLE 571 Instructional Techniques and Methods 3 4 $525 5/16 6/20 7/18 8/8 - 10/24
BLE 572 Assessment 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - - - 10/10
BLE 573 Overview of Linguistics 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/19 -
BLE 574 School, Community, and Family Culture 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - - - -
CTEC 510 Overview of Career and Technical Education 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
CTEC 511 Career and Technical Education Curriculum and Instruction 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - 9/19 -
CTEC 512 Career and Technical Education Leadership 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - - - -
ECE 510 Effective Instruction for Early Childhood Education 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27 7/18 - 9/5 -
ECE 511 Language and Literacy Methods in Early Childhood Education 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/18 - - 10/10
ECE 512 Early Childhood Assessment 3 4 $525 - 6/6 7/11 - 9/5 -
ECE 513 Early Childhood Growth and Development 3 4 $525 5/2 - 7/11 - 9/19 -
ECE 514 Family & Community Involvement in Early Childhood Education 3 4 $525 5/23 6/20 7/18 - - 10/24
EDTPA 510 Candidate Preparation for edTPA 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
EDTPA 515 Remediation for edTPA 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
EDUC 519 Foundations of Education 3 4 $525 5/16 6/6 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/31
EDUC 521 Classroom Management for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 & 7/18 8/8 & 8/29 9/19 10/10
EDUC 522 Curriculum Development and Instruction 3 4 $525 5/16 6/20 7/11 8/8 9/19 10/24
EDUC 523 Middle School Curriculum Development and Instruction 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/1 9/5 10/10
EDUC 524 Assessment and Evaluation for Educators 3 4 $525 5/16 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/10
EDUC 525 Theories of Growing and Learning 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/20 7/11 8/8 9/19 10/31
EDUC 526 Overview of Adolescent Psychology 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/24
EDUC 527 Teaching Critical Thinking Skills 3 4 $525 5/2 - 7/11 8/29 - 10/24
EDUC 528 Communication Strategies for Educators 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/5 -
EDUC 529 Communication Strategies for Educators and Administrators 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
EDUC 545 Family Engagement and Community Involvement 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/18 8/29 - -
EDUC 546 Promoting Safe School Environments 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - - -
EDUC 547 Human Relations and Multiculturalism for Educators 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - - -
EDUC 548 Coaching and Mentoring 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - - 9/5 -
GFT 500 Teaching Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
GFT 501 Curriculum and Instruction for Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - 9/5 -
GFT 502 Learning Strategies for Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/19 -
GFT 503 Assessment for Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/5 -
GFT 504 Enhancing Creativity in Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/19 -
GFT 505 Critical Thinking Skills for Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - - 9/19 -
GFT 506 Guidance and Counseling of Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 5/16 - - 8/1 - -
GFT 507 Special Populations of Gifted and Talented Learners 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - - -
HLTH 510 Health and Nutrition for Educators 3 4 $525 5/23   7/18 8/29 - 10/24
ONL 500 Foundations of Online Teaching 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
ONL 501 Technologies for Online Teaching 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - - -
ONL 502 Organizing and Managing the Online Classroom 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - - -
ONL 503 Differentiating Instruction in the Online Classroom 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - - -
ONL 504 Assessment in the Online Classroom 3 4 $525 5/2 6/27 - - - -
ONL 505 Cyberethics for Educators 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - - 9/5 -
ONL 506 K-12 Cybertraps: Strategies for Teaching Digital Citizenship 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - 9/19 -
ONL 507 Digital Citizenship for Educators 3 4 $525 - - 7/11 - - -
RDNG 500 Reading Methods: Primary 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27 - - 9/5 10/24
RDNG 501 Reading Methods: Elementary 3 4 $525 - 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/31
RDNG 502 Reading Methods: Secondary 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/23 6/27 7/18 8/1 9/5 10/24
RDNG 503 Diagnosis and Remediation 3 4 $525 - 6/20 7/18 8/8 9/19 10/31
RDNG 504 Phonological Theory and Application 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - 8/8 9/5 10/10
RDNG 505 Children’s Literature 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/11   9/19 -
RDNG 506 Elementary Reading and Writing Strategies 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
RDNG 507 Content Area Reading and Writing for Elementary 3 4 $525 5/2 6/27 - 8/29 - 10/10
RDNG 508 Adolescent Literature 3 4 $525 5/2 6/20 7/11 8/8 9/5 10/24
RDNG 509 Adolescent Reading and Writing Strategies 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/19 -
RDNG 510 Content Area Reading and Writing for Adolescents 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/31
RDNG 511 Reading Assessment 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - 8/29 - 10/10
RDNG 512 Research Foundations of Language and Literacy 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - - -
RDNG 513 Teacher Leadership 3 4 $525 5/23 - - -   -
SCH-CN 501 School Counseling: Delivery of Services 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - 9/19 -
SEI 505 Structured English Immersion 3 4 $525 5/16 - 7/11 - - -
SPAN 520 Spanish for Educators, Basic 3 4 $525 5/23   7/11 8/15 9/19 10/31
SPAN 521 Spanish for Educators, Intermediate 3 4 $525 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/24
SPED 530 Introduction to Learners with Special Needs 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/20 7/11 8/8 9/5 10/10
SPED 531 Special Education Teaching Methods 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/1 9/5 -
SPED 532 Special Education Assessment 3 4 $525 5/16 6/20 7/18 - 9/5 -
SPED 533 Mainstreaming and Inclusion 3 4 $525 5/16 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
SPED 534 Speech and Language Disorders 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - 8/8 - 10/10
SPED 535 Overview of Severe Disabilities 3 4 $525 5/2 - 7/11 8/29 - 10/31
SPED 536 Transition Planning for Adolescents with Disabilities 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 -
SPED 537 Mathematics Instruction for Special Education 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
SPED 538 Special Education in Early Childhood 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27 - 8/1 9/19 10/24
STEAM 506 STEAM Education: Curriculum and Instruction 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
STEAM 507 STEAM Education: Assessment Strategies 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - - -
STEM 506 STEM: Curriculum and Instruction 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - 9/5 -
STEM 507 STEM: Assessment Strategies 3 4 $525 5/16 - - - 9/19 -
STEM 508 STEM: Critical Thinking 3 4 $525 5/2 - - - - -
TCH 501 Teaching Methods: Elementary Art 3 4 $525 - 6/6 - 8/1 - 10/10
TCH 502 Teaching Methods: Elementary Language Arts 3 4 $525 5/2 6/20 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
TCH 503 Teaching Methods: Elementary Mathematics 3 4 $525 - 6/6 7/11 8/8 9/19 10/31
TCH 504 Teaching Methods: Elementary Science 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/18 8/15 9/19 -
TCH 505 Teaching Methods: Elementary Social Studies 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - 8/8 9/5 10/24
TCH 510 Secondary Teaching Methods 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/31
TCH 511 Teaching Methods: Secondary Art 3 4 $525 - 6/27 - 8/29 - 10/10
TCH 513 Teaching Methods: Secondary Mathematics 3 4 $525 - 6/20 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
TCH 514 Teaching Methods: Secondary Science 3 4 $525 5/23 - - - 9/5 -
TCH 515 Teaching Methods: Secondary History/Social Studies 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27 - - 9/5 -
TCH 533 Teaching Methods: Mathematics Assessment 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - - -
TCH 543 Teaching Methods: Remedial Mathematics 3 4 $525 5/23 - 7/11 8/29 - 10/24
TECH 521 Presentation Technology for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 - 7/11 - 9/5 -
TECH 522 Technology Integration for Educators 3 4 $525 5/23 6/20 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
TECH 524 Technology Survival for Educators 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/29 - 10/31
TECH 525 Becoming a Connected Educator 3 4 $525 - 6/20 - - 9/19 -
TESOL 570 Foundations of Instruction 3 4 $525 - 6/6 7/11 - - 10/10
TESOL 571 Instructional Techniques and Methods 3 4 $525 5/2 & 5/16 6/20 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
TESOL 572 Assessment 3 4 $525 5/16 - 7/18 - 9/5 -
TESOL 573 Applied Linguistics 3 4 $525 5/2 6/20 - - 9/5 -
TESOL 574 Cross-Cultural Communication 3 4 $525 5/16 6/27   - 9/19 -
TESOL 575 Teaching Reading and Writing 3 4 $525 5/2 6/6 7/18 8/1 - 10/10

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6 Week (3 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($175 per credit)

Students residing in AL, AR and KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
RDG 539 Reading Skills and Practicum (K-8) 3 6 $525 5/23 - - - - -
RDG 540 Reading Skills and Practicum (K-5) 3 6 $525 5/23 - - - - -
RDG 541 Reading Skills and Practicum (6-12) 3 6 $525 - 6/6 - - 9/5 -

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8 Week (4 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($175 per credit)

Only available for CA Residents.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
CTEL 501 Language and Language Development 4 8 $700 5/2 6/6 & 6/20 7/11 8/8 9/5 10/10
CTEL 502 Assessment and Instruction 4 8 $700 5/16 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/15 9/19 10/24
CTEL 503 Culture and Inclusion 4 8 $700 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/18 8/29 9/19 10/31

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6 & 12 Week Internships (3 Credit) Graduate Level Continuing Education for Teachers Courses1 ($455 per credit)

Only available for AZ Residents.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
ADM 590 Internship on the Principalship 3 12 $1,365 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly
ADM 591 Internship on the Superintendency 3 12 $1,365 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly
ADM 592 Internship of the Supervisor 3 12 $1,365 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly
ADM 596 Internship on the Principalship (6 week) 3 6 $1,365 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly
ADM 597 Internship on the Superintendency (6 week) 3 6 $1,365 Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly Monthly

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Undergraduate Continuing Education for Teachers1 ($175 per credit)

Students residing in AL, AR, and KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
ECE 205 Developmentally-Effective Learning Environments 3 5 $525 5/2 6/6/17 7/11 - 9/5 -
ECE 206 Curriculum and Instruction in Early Childhood Education 3 5 $525 5/16 6/6/17 7/11 - 9/5 -
ECE 207 Assessment in Early Childhood Education 3 5 $525 5/23 6/20/17 7/18 - 9/19 -

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Graduate Education Courses1 (4, 6 & 8 week courses, $280 per credit)

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
ADMIN 518 Leadership and Collaborative Processes 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
ADMIN 524 Supervision of Curriculum, Instruction and Assessment 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
ADMIN 528 Administration of Special Programs 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
ADMIN 535 Business and Facilities Management 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
ADMIN 555 School Policy and Law for Principals 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
ADMIN 560 Human Resources Leadership and Management 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
ADMIN 565 School Improvement Processes 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
ADMIN 570 Equity, Diversity, and Access in Education 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
ADMIN 575 Family, Community, and Media Relations 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
AET 500 Foundations of Adult Learning Theory 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
AET 560 Facilitating Change 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
COM 520 Organizational Communication for Adult Education & Training 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
CUR 505 Social and Global Perspectives of Teacher Leadership 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 506 Theories and Best Practices of Curriculum and Instruction 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 515 Critical Thinking and Innovative Skills 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 516 Curriculum Theory and Instructional Design 4 8 $1,120 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
CUR 518 Multicultural Strategies For the Adult Learner 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 520 Advocating for Learning 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 525 Ethical Issues In Education 3 5 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 528 Assessment of Learning 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 530 Assessment and Evaluation Models 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
CUR 535 Research For Improved Practice 4 8 $1,120 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
EDD 581 Action Research and Evaluation 4 8 $1,120 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
MTE 518 Models, Theories, and Instructional Strategies 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
MTE 522 Maintaining an Effective Learning Climate 3 6 $840 - 6/27 (Hawaii) 7/18 - 9/19 10/10
MTE 523 Maintaining an Effective Learning Climate 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
MTE 528CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Visual Arts 3 6 $840 - - - 8/8 - -
MTE 531 (AZ) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: History/Social Science 2 4 $560 - - 7/18 8/29 - 10/31
MTE 531 (CA) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: History/Social Science 2 4 $560 - - - - - -
MTE 533 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Science and Mathematics 4 8 $1,120 5/16 & 5/23 - - 8/15 - 10/10
MTE 533CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Science and Mathematics 4 8 $1,120 5/23 - 7/11 - - -
MTE 534 (AZ) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Visual & Performing Arts 2 4 $560 - - 7/18 - - 10/10
MTE 534 (CA) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Visual & Performing Arts 2 4 $560 - - - - 9/26 -
MTE 537 (AZ) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Physical Education & Health 2 4 $560 - - - 8/15 - -
MTE 537 (CA) Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Physical Education & Health 2 4 $560 5/2 - - 8/15 - -
MTE 541CA Language Development for Secondary Settings 2 4 $560 5/16 6/27 - - - 10/31
MTE 550 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Global Languages 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - - - 10/10
MTE 551 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Physical Education 3 6 $840 - - - 8/8 - -
MTE 553 Instruction and Assessment of English Language Learners 3 6 $840 - 6/27 - - - -
MTE 559 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Methods 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
MTE 560CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Health Science 3 6 $840 5/23 - - - 9/5 -
MTE 564CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Math 3 6 $840 - - - 8/8 - -
MTE 566CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary English/Language Arts 3 6 $840 - - - 8/8 - -
MTE 567CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary History/Social Science 3 6 $840 - - - 8/8 - -
MTE 569 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Science 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - - - -
MTE 569CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Science 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - 8/8 - -
MTE 580 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Secondary Business & Marketing 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - - - -
MTH 506 Methods of Teaching Mathematics 3 6 $840 5/16 - - - - -
RDG 500 Scientifically Based Reading Instruction 3 6 $840 5/23 - - 8/8 9/19 -
RDG 537 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading and Language Arts 4 8 $1,120 5/23 - 7/18 8/15 - 10/10
RDG 537CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading and Language Arts 4 8 $1,120 5/2 - - - 9/5 -
RDG 542 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading Methods for Secondary Settings 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
RDG 542CA Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading Methods for Secondary Settings 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - - - 10/10
RDG 570 Curriculum Constructs and Assessment: Reading and Language Arts for Special Education 4 8 $1,120 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SEC 508 Models, Theories and Instructional Strategies for Secondary Education 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
SEI 500 Structured English Immersion 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
SEI 503 Advanced Structured English Immersion Methods 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 9/19 10/10
SPE 512 Special Education Assessment & Interpretation 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 513 Orientation to the Exceptional Child 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 514 Survey of Special Populations 2 4 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
SPE 544 Characteristics of Emotional & Behavioral Disorders 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 546 Special Education Methods 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 556 Characteristics of Physical & Health Disabilities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 557 Collaboration with Families of Students with Disabilities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - - 9/19 10/31
SPE 558 Transition Planning for Adolescents with Disabilities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 559 Characteristics of Learning Disabilities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 574 Characteristics of Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 575 Inclusion Strategies for the Special Educator 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 578 Models, Theories and Instructional Strategies for Special Education 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31
SPE 591 Characteristics of Exceptionalities 3 6 $840 5/16 6/27 - 8/8 9/19 10/31

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General Electives1 (5, 6, & 7 week courses, $280 per credit)

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
BIO 101 Principles of Biology 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
BIO 204 Plant Physiology 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
BIO 240 General Biology 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
BIO 290 Anatomy and Physiology I 4 7 $1,120 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
BIO 291 Anatomy and Physiology II 4 7 $1,120 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
BIO 340 Microbiology 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
BIO 350 General Biology I 4 7 $1,120 - 6/6 - 8/15 - 10/24
CHM 110 Introductory Chemistry 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
ENG 340 Creative Writing 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
ENG 380 Applied Linguistics 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
GEO 155 Cultural Geography 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
GEO 215 Geography 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
GLG 150 Exploration of the Earth Sciences 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
GLG 220 Physical Geology 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
HIS 301 United States Constitution 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
HST 165 US History 1865 to 1945 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 110 History of Mathematics 1 2 $280 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 208 College Mathematics I 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
MTH 209 College Mathematics II 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
MTH 210 Fundamentals of Geometry 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 213 Mathematics for Elementary Educators I 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 214 Mathematics for Elementary Educators II 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 219 Introduction to College Algebra 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
MTH 220 College Algebra 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
MTH 221 Discrete Math for Information Technology 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 225 Pre-Calculus 4 7 $1,120 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 280 Calculus I 4 7 $1,120 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
MTH 290 Calculus II 4 7 $1,120 5/2 - 7/11 - 9/19 -
MTH 360 Linear Algebra 3 5 $840 5/2 - - 8/15 - -
MTH 530 Linear Algebra 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - 8/29 - -
MTH 535 Geometry 3 6 $840 - 6/6 - 8/29 - -
MTH 540 Statistics 3 6 $840 - 6/6 7/18 8/29 - 10/10
PHY 101 Fundamentals of Physics 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
PSY 280 Human Growth & Development 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
PSY 375 Life Span Human Development 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
PSY 410 Abnormal Psychology 3 5 $840 5/2 & 5/23 6/6 & 6/27 7/11 8/1 & 8/15 9/5 & 9/19 10/10 & 10/24
SCI 151 Astronomy 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
SPAN 110 Conversational Spanish I 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
SPAN 114 Conversational Spanish II 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24

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Bachelors Education Courses1 (5 week courses, $280 per credit)

Prefix Course Credits Weeks Tuition May June July August September October
ECH 205 Early Childhood Growth and Development 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 211 Instructional Strategies for Early Childhood Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 301 Foundations of Early Childhood Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 302 Exceptionalities of the Young Child 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 321 Developmentally Effective Learning Environments 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 400 Assessment and Evaluation in Early Childhood 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
ECH 418 Community and Family Engagement 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EDU 101 Foundations of Education 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
EDU 105 Diversity in Educational Settings 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
EDU 200 Introduction to Assessment 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
EDU 215 Ethics and Social Responsibility in Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EDU 301 Foundations of Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EDU 305 Child Development 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EDU 315 Legal & Ethical Issues in Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EED 400 Assessment in Elementary Education 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10
EED 425 Elementary Methods - Health/PE 3 5 $840 5/2 6/6 7/11 8/15 9/19 10/24
HPE 270 Physical Education and Health for Educators 3 5 $840 - - 7/11 - - -
SPE 300 Orientation to the Exceptional Child 3 5 $840 5/23 6/27 - 8/1 9/5 10/10

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Noncredit Professional Development Courses

Accounting and Finance2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BMCEU 5010 Financial Analysis for the Business Manager 5/23 6/27 8/15
BMCEU 5030 Accounting Basics for the Business Manager 5/16 7/11 8/29

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Basic Skills2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BSCEU 1005 Problem-Solving Skills 6/27
BSCEU 1010 Basic Business Math 7/18
BSCEU 1035 Ethical Decisions-Making Essentials 5/2 7/11
BSCEU 1045 Making Effective Decisions 8/1
CMCEU 1040 Time Management 7/18

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Business2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BECEU 1110 The Role of Operations Management 5/2 6/27
BECEU 1175 Supply Chain Management
BMCEU 5005 Entrepreneurship 5/16 6/6 8/1
BMCEU 5020 Operations and Supply Chain Management 6/6 8/8
BMCEU 5035 Legal, Regulatory, and Ethical Considerations 5/2 6/27
BMCEU 5040 SWOT Analysis in Strategic Planning 8/1
BMCEU 5065 Sales Management 7/18
BMCEU 5090 Creating a Business Plan
MKCEU 2010 Statistics 6/6

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Business Intelligence2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BACEU 2000 Foundations in Data Analytics 6/27 8/8
BACEU 2020 Business Intelligence 6/6 8/15
BACEU 2030 Data Visualization 7/18

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Communication2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
CMCEU 1000 Effective Business Communication 5/2 6/6 8/8
CMCEU 1030 Face to Face Communications 7/11

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Computer Skills2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
ADCEU 2100 Introduction to Adobe Photoshop 5/2 6/6 7/18
ADCEU 2200 Introduction to Adobe InDesign 5/16 6/27
ADCEU 2300 Introduction to Adobe Dreamweaver 5/2 7/11
ADCEU 2350 Advanced Adobe Dreamweaver 7/18
BACEU 2010 Database Fundamentals 8/1
BSCEU 1025 Basic Computer Skills 7/11
BSCEU 1100 Basic Word Processing With Microsoft Word 6/6
BSCEU 1150 Advanced Word Features 6/27
BSCEU 1200 Organizing Your Day with Outlook Basics 7/18
BSCEU 1240 Advanced Outlook Features
BSCEU 1300 Foundations of Microsoft Excel 5/23 6/27 8/29
BSCEU 1350 Intermediate Features of Microsoft Excel 5/16 7/11
BSCEU 1375 Advanced Features of Microsoft Office Excel 6/27 8/1
BSCEU 1400 Introduction to Microsoft PowerPoint 7/11
BSCEU 1470 Advanced Features of Microsoft PowerPoint 8/15
BSCEU 2100 Introduction to Microsoft Visio 7/18
BSCEU 2200 Introduction to Microsoft Project 5/16 8/8

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Covey2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
CVCEU 2100 The 5 Choices® to Extraordinary Production 6/6
CVCEU 2500 Rule Your Technology Don't Let It Rule You 6/27

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Customer Service2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BECEU 1130 Customer Service 5/23 8/8
BSCEU 1015 Dealing with Challenging Customer Interactions 8/1

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Human Resources2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BECEU 1115 Human Capital
HRCEU 2000 Working with a Generationally-Diverse Workforce 5/23 6/27 8/15
HRCEU 2030 Talent Acquisition and Retention
HRCEU 2220 Change Management 5/2 8/8
HRCEU 2260 Supporting Diversity 7/11

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Leadership and Management2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BECEU 1125 Organizational Behavior 7/11 8/29
BSCEU 1020 Emotional Intelligence for Managers 5/16 6/27 8/15
BSCEU 1040 Managing Conflict 6/27
HRCEU 1000 Coaching Essentials 5/16 6/6 8/1
LDCEU 1000 Applying Leadership Principles 5/2 7/11
LDCEU 1005 Developing Yourself as a Leader 5/23 6/27 8/1
LDCEU 1010 Practical Leadership 8/15
LDCEU 5000 Managerial Leadership 5/2 6/6 8/8
MGCEU 1000 Managing Organizational Goals 5/16 8/8
MGCEU 1005 What Good Managers Do: The First 100 Days 5/2 8/1
MGCEU 1010 Effective Management 5/2 7/11 8/29

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Lean Six Sigma2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
SSCEU 3350 Lean Six Sigma Green Belt 7/11
SSCEU 3400 LSS Green Belt: Exams 5/16 8/15

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Marketing2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BMCEU 5015 Marketing Principles 7/18
DMCEU 2000 Digital Marketing Fundamentals and Strategy 5/23 7/18
MACEU 2000 Marketing Analytics 7/18
MACEU 2010 Google® Analytics 6/27
MKCEU 2000 Key Performance Indicators 6/27
MKCEU 2040 Enhancing Search Engine Performance 7/18
MKCEU 2050 Integrated Marketing Campaigns 8/8
MKCEU 2070 Content Marketing 5/16 8/1
SMCEU 2010 Social Media Community Fundamentals 7/18

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Project Management2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
BSCEU 1030 Project Management Skills for Non-Project Managers 5/23 6/6 8/1
PMPDU 2000 Project Management Fundamentals 5/23 7/11

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Noncredit Test Prep

Human Resource Test Preparation2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
HRTP 2000 SHRM-CP®/SHRM-SCP® Certification Test Preparation 5/23

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Project Management Professional Test Preparation2

Students residing in KY are not eligible to enroll in these courses.

Prefix Course May June July August
PMPTP 2500 Project Management Professional Test-Prep 5/23 6/27 8/1

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This document contains a selection of courses from our full course list. For more information about Continuing Education for Teachers courses, go to phoenix.edu/programs/continuing-education/education.html. For information about Professional Development courses go to phoenix.edu/programs/continuing-education/professional-development.html.

Course offerings subject to change at the discretion of University of Phoenix.

(1) Although our continuing education for teachers courses are accepted by some state agencies 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 courses for certification or endorsement, please check with your own state agency and your school district for applicability. Continuing education for teachers courses are not eligible to apply to degree programs at University of Phoenix. These courses are not eligible for federal financial aid.

(2) Professional development courses and certificates are not credit-bearing and are not eligible for federal financial aid. Students intending to use courses to satisfy continuing education or professional development requirements are responsible for determining whether courses taken at University of Phoenix will satisfy such requirements. In addition, none of this coursework is eligible to be converted into academic credit 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 employers and/or applicable licensing agencies.

Transferability of credit is at the discretion of the receiving institution. 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.

While widely available, not all programs are available in all locations or in both online and on-campus formats. Certificate programs are widely available in an online format but generally not available at our campus locations.  Please check with a University Enrollment Representative.

The University’s Central Administration is located at 1625 W. Fountainhead Pkwy., Tempe, AZ 85282.