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School of Education courses

Descriptions for all courses offered by the university may be accessed through the online courses database at www.pubapps.vcu.edu/vcucourses. You may search by unit, subject or keyword, as well as by degree level.

The School of Education offers courses in the following areas:

Use this link to see administration and supervision (ADMS) courses.

Use this link to see adult education (ADLT) courses.

Use this link to see athletic training (ATTR) courses.

Use this link to see counselor education (CLED) courses.

Use this link to see early childhood special education (ECSE) courses.

Use this link to see educational leadership (EDLP) courses.

Use this link to see educational studies (EDUS) courses.

Use this link to see emotional disturbance (EMOD) courses.

Use this link to see English education (ENED) courses.

Use this link to see health and movement sciences (HEMS) courses.

Follow these links to health, physical education and exercise science (HPEX) courses or the (HPEZ) laboratories.

Use this link to see interdisciplinary developmental disability studies (IDDS) courses.

Use this link to see mental retardation (MNRT) courses.

Use this link to see reading (READ) courses.

Use this link to see reading and study skills (RDSS) courses.

Use this link to see rehabilitation and movement science (REMS) courses.

Follow these links to recreation, parks and sport management (RPSM) courses or the (RPSZ) laboratories.

Use this link to see special education and disability policy (SEDP) courses.

Use this link to see special education – learning disabilities (SELD) courses.

Use this link to see sport leadership (SPTL) courses.

Use this link to see teacher education (TEDU) courses.

 

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