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    Columbia College Chicago
   
 
  Nov 19, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog

Courses


  

 
   •  36-3997 Large Team Game Project
   •  36-3998 Large Team Game Studio
   •  36-4600 IAM Team
   •  36-4890 Data Storytelling
   •  37-1151 American Sign Language I
   •  37-1152 American Sign Language II
   •  37-1153 Introduction to Classifiers in American Sign Language
   •  37-1252 Deaf Culture
   •  37-1253 Introduction to Career Opportunities within the Deaf Community
   •  37-1701 ASL Fingerspelling
   •  37-1899 Directed Study: ASL/English Interpretation
   •  37-1901 American Sign Language II Lab
   •  37-1903 Rehearsal Lab
   •  37-2153 American Sign Language III
   •  37-2154 American Sign Language IV
   •  37-2201 Deaf Representations in the Medi a
   •  37-2251 Historical and Cultural Perspectives on Deaf American Artists and Art
   •  37-2252 Deaf Art Movement/De'Via: Discussions with Deaf Artists
   •  37-2253 Linguistics of ASL
   •  37-2301 Interpreting Techniques
   •  37-2302 Language and Translation
   •  37-2402 Music Interpreting
   •  37-2501 Visual Methodologies
   •  37-2601 Creativity and ASL
   •  37-2602 Working in the Deaf-Blind Community
   •  37-2701 Deaf Interpreters
   •  37-2702 Cultural Diversity within the Deaf Community
   •  37-2703 Consumer Assessment: Identifying Culture, Language & Communication Styles
   •  37-2900 ASL III Lab
   •  37-2901 ASL IV Lab
   •  37-2902 Interpreting Techniques Lab
   •  37-3176 Directed Study
   •  37-3204 Multicultural Issues
   •  37-3205 Advanced American Sign Language
   •  37-3225 Deaf Education
   •  37-3250 Topics in Deaf Studies
   •  37-3251 Intensive Three Week Immersion at Siena School
   •  37-3304 Theory of Interpretation
   •  37-3305 Interpreting for Special Populations within the Deaf Community
   •  37-3401 Consecutive Interpreting
   •  37-3402 Advanced Interpreting Analysis
   •  37-3403 Interpreting Discourse Genres
   •  37-3404 Transliterating & Educational Interpreting
   •  37-3405 2-D Interpreting: VRS and VRI
   •  37-3650 Topics in ASL-English Interpretation
   •  37-3650J Topics in ASL-English Interpretation
   •  37-3661 ASL Literature
   •  37-3898 Independent Project: ASL-English Interpretation
   •  37-3901 Advanced ASL Lab
   •  37-3950 Undergraduate Research Mentorship
   •  37-4501 Interpreting Practicum I
   •  37-4502 Interpreting Practicum II
   •  37-4503 Deaf Studies Capstone
   •  37-5502 Interpreting Practicum II
   •  37-5503 Deaf Studies Capstone
   •  38-1100 Introduction to Early Childhood Education
   •  38-1101 Integrating Literature in ECE
   •  38-1125 Human Development: Birth through Young Adulthood
   •  38-1530 Brain Development in Childhood
   •  38-1530J Brain Basics: Health & Development in Young Children
   •  38-1581J BIGart J-Session
   •  38-2110 Philosophy & Curricular Approaches in ECE
   •  38-2111 Materials Explorations and Art Making: Languages of Early Childhood
   •  38-2125 Child Growth & Development
   •  38-2130 Language Learning and Linguistic Development
   •  38-2140 Child, Family & Community: Critical Perspectives of Schools
   •  38-2150 Teaching English Language Learners: Theoretical Foundations
   •  38-2150J BIGart J-Session
   •  38-2155 Education of Learners with Exceptional and Diverse Needs
   •  38-2175 Topics in Early Childhood Education
   •  38-2601 Culture in Young Children's Literature
   •  38-3051 Characteristics of Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3051J Characteristics of Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3052 Methods and Materials for Teaching Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3052J Methods and Materials for Teaching Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3053 Assessment of Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3053J Assessment of Students with Disabilities
   •  38-3100 Pre-Primary Methods for Math and Science
   •  38-3105 Preprimary Practicum
   •  38-3110 Seminar I: Preprimary Methods for Language, Literacy and the Arts
   •  38-3115 Infant, Toddler, and Two-Year- Old Programming and Methods
   •  38-3130 Seminar II: Environments and Relationships that Cultivate Learning
   •  38-3131 Pre-Primary Seminar II
   •  38-3135 Documenting and Assessing Children's Learning
   •  38-3140 Literacy Instruction and Assessment in Primary Grades
   •  38-3145 Methods for Teaching English as a Second Language
   •  38-3150 Methods for Teaching Mathematics in Primary Grades
   •  38-3155 Seminar III: Primary Practicum
   •  38-3155J Collaborating with Families of Young Children
   •  38-3160 Methods for Teaching Social Studies and Science in Primary Grades
   •  38-3165 Methods for Early Childhood Special Education II
   •  38-3175 Independent Project: ECE
   •  38-3176 Directed Study
   •  38-3176J Directed Study
   •  38-3180 The Role of Art in Development Seminar
   •  38-3400 Observation, Assessment, & Documentation
   •  38-3580 The Teaching Artist in School and Community Settings
   •  38-3581 Interdisciplinary Learning Through the Arts
   •  38-3588 Teaching Artist Internship
   •  38-3950 Undergraduate Research Mentorship
 

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