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Prerequisites: EDF 3945, EDG 3323. Corequisites: Special Methods Courses. Continuation of supervised, structured field experiences in selected schools designed to assist in the acquisition of the accomplished practices required by Florida State Board of Education Rules. Weekly seminars are held to a...
|Exceptional, Deaf, & Interpreter Education||College of Education & Human Services||8||0.00||0|
This course will introduce students to a variety of environments where interpreting services might be provided. Through observation, shadowing, and community involvement, students will gain an understanding of the human dynamics and linguistic variations in a wide scope of settings that include meet...
|Exceptional, Deaf, & Interpreter Education||College of Education & Human Services||23||681.18||632|
This course is a practice-oriented, skills-enhancement course that includes guidance for successfully achieving external interpreting credentials. Through hands-on practice with external mentors and simulated interpreting situations, students will integrate professional skills based on individual in...
|Exceptional, Deaf, & Interpreter Education||College of Education & Human Services||29||98.15||78|
This course is a field-based capstone course and requires mentored interpreting experiences. Students will apply classroom learning and theory to real-world interpreting within 200 hours under the supervision of a nationally certified interpreter. A minimum of 90 hours must involve direct provision ...
|Exceptional, Deaf, & Interpreter Education||College of Education & Human Services||13||1492.80||242|
The primary purpose of the course Practicum in Athletic Administration, is to link the theoretical and philosophical frameworks of athletic administration to practice in the field. The course requires students to perform in field settings as an assistant to a sport organizational leader.
|Leadership, School Counseling, & Sports Management||College of Education & Human Services||4||348.00||16|