Spring Graduate Non-Matriculated Courses

↓  Counseling
↓  Leadership
↓  Teaching
↓  Information Studies

Spring 2017 CSEP Course Options

  • CEP 503 Test & Measurements in Psychology
  • CEP 523 Statistical Methods: Ed. Inference II*
  • CEP 532 Understanding Statistical Research ON CAMPUS & ONLINE
  • CEP 541 Human Growth and Development ONLINE
  • CEP 564 Cognitive Psychology
  • CEP 582 Applied Research Methods
  • CEP 588 College Counseling for High School Students ONLINE
  • CEP 592 Psych Asses Child and Adolescent
  • CEP 615 Legal/Ethical Counseling
  • CEP 616 Grief Counseling ONLINE
  • CEP 661 Medical & Psychosocial Aspects of Disability ON CAMPUS & ONLINE
  • CEP 751 Obesity in the Schools

Course descriptions, times, dates, and seat availability can be found in UB's Graduate Academic Schedule for the semester. Please visit the schedule to get up-to-date information about your course of interest.

Apply for permission to take the courses using the CSEP Non-Matric Application

Contact: Ms. JoAnn Laska, 716-645-2110, jlaska@buffalo.edu

Directions for obtaining permission may be found on the CSEP Non-Matric Info Sheet.

Spring 2017 ELP Course Options

  • ELP 500 Nature of Inquiry ONLINE
  • ELP 574 Education in Asia
  • ELP 575 Education and Globalization
  • ELP 589 Education and Socialization
  • ELP 627 Issues and Perspectives in Policies for Educational Admin.
  • ELP 629 Human Resources Administration in Education ONLINE
  • ELP 639 Topic: Urban Poverty and Achievement Gaps
  • ELP 643 Ref Teacher Compensation
  • ELP 652 Leadership and Policy for Inclusion
  • ELP 677 Leading Curriculum and Instructional Improvement
  • ELP 684 Topic: Youth Exploitation, Trafficking and (Dis) placement
  • ELP 686 Topic: Educational Transitions P-20
  • ELP 695 Topic: The Black Student Protest Movement in American Higher Education

Course descriptions, times, dates, and seat availability can be found in UB's Graduate Academic Schedule for the semester. Please visit the schedule to get up-to-date information about your course of interest.

Apply for permission to take the courses using the ELP Non-Matric Application

Contact: Ms. Veronica Kase, 716-645-2110, vakase@buffalo.edu

Spring 2017 LAI Course Options

  • LAI 474 Teaching the Exceptional Learner ON CAMPUS & ONLINE
  • LAI 490 Seminar & Practicum in Early Childhood Programs
  • LAI 506 Foundations of Early Childhood Education
  • LAI 512 Readings in Multicultural Literature
  • LAI 514 Adolescent Writing Across Curriculum ON CAMPUS & ONLINE
  • LAI 517 Media, Pop Culture and ELA
  • LAI 523 Social Studies Curriculum
  • LAI 527 Learning Math: Early Childhood
  • LAI 529 Computers in Early and Primary Education
  • LAI 530 Improving Elementary Science Instruction
  • LAI 531 Science Curricula: Current Approaches
  • LAI 536 Digital Video/Literacy Instruction
  • LAI 545 Math Problem Posing & Solving
  • LAI 546 Teaching & Learning of Algebra
  • LAI 550 Literacy Acquisition & Instruction: Pre-K to Primary
  • LAI 551 Childhood Literacy Methods
  • LAI 552 Middle Childhood/Adolescent Literacy Methods
  • LAI 566 Design & Eval Music Curr (Design and Evaluation of Music Curriculum)
  • LAI 567 Intercultural Interactions in Multicultural Classrooms
  • LAI 569 Introduction to Research in Music Education
  • LAI 574 Teaching Exceptional Learner ON CAMPUS & ONLINE
  • LAI 576 Literacy & Technology
  • LAI 580 Literature for Young Adults
  • LAI 597 Styles & Genres of Music
  • LAI 606 Curricular and Instructional Foundations of Music Education
  • LAI 615 Introduction to Curriculum, Instruction & the Science of Learning
  • LAI 622 Research in Social Studies Education: Research in Youth Civic Engagement
  • LAI 635 Preparing for a Career in Academics ONLINE
  • LAI 638 Intro to Doctoral Studies & Learning & Instruction ONLINE
  • LAI 647 The Chinese Education System
  • LAI 648 Research Ethics
  • LAI 658 Analysis of Research II ONLINE
  • LAI 664 Bakhtinian and (Neo-Bakhtinian) Perspectives on Language, Literacy and Culture
  • LAI 671 Philosophy of Technology
  • LAI 689 Curriculum and Instruction for Children with Disabilities
  • LAI 775 Chinese Language Pedagogy
  • LAI 801: Differentiated Instruction ONLINE
  • LAI 802: Assess Gifted Students ONLINE

Course descriptions, times, dates, and seat availability can be found in UB's Graduate Academic Schedule for the semester. Please visit the schedule to get up-to-date information about your course of interest.

Apply for permission to take the courses using the LAI Non-Matric Application

Contact: Ms. LuAnn Zak, 716-645-2110, luannzak@buffalo.edu

Spring 2017 LIS Course Options

  • LIS 503 Special Topics: Information Interaction ONLINE
  • LIS 506 Intro To Information Technology ONLINE
  • LIS 509 Intro To Archives Management ONLINE
  • LIS 518 Reference Sources and Services ONLINE
  • LIS 532 Curriculum Role of the Media Specialist ONLINE
  • LIS 560 Emerging Techologies ONLINE
  • LIS 571 Organization and Control of Recorded Information I ONLINE AND ON CAMPUS
  • LIS 581 Management of Library and Information Studies ONLINE
  • LIS 587 Collection Development ONLINE

Non-matriculated students must have a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0, or an existing graduate degree. All LIS courses are open for non-matriculated students if you meet the previous condition, as long as there is space, and *with permission of the instructor*. Full listing of spring MLS courses.

Course descriptions, times, dates, and seat availability can be found in UB's Graduate Academic Schedule for the semester. Please visit the schedule to get up-to-date information about your course of interest.

Apply for permission to take the courses using the LIS Non-Matric Application

Contact: Ms. Pat Glinski, 716-645-2110, pglinski@buffalo.edu