Graduate Courses

The following graduate courses, organized by area of study, are available during Summer Session 2017.

Follow the links to read the course descriptions from the Graduate Catalog. Specific dates and times for in person, blended, and hybrid courses can be found on the Graduate Course Preview and the Course Schedule.

Visit Study Abroad for more information on international Summer Session opportunities and how to apply.

Courses with an asterisk (*) are reserved for enrolled students in that specific area of study.

Childhood/Early Childhood Education
Communication Disorders and Sciences
Educational Leadership
English
Foundations and Social Advocacy
Health
History
Literacy
Mathematics
Physical Education
Physical Education – Coaching Pedagogy Concentration
Political Science
Psychology
Recreation Education and Recreation
Sport Management
Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Childhood/Early Childhood Education

Inquiry into Teaching, Curriculum, and Student Learning*
EDU 510; 3 credit hours
Session 1; hybrid
Instructor: Kimberly Rombach

Gender Issues in Education
EDU/WGS 552; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Mary Stuck

Classroom Applications of Child Development, Classroom Behavior, and Management*
EDU 656; 3 credit hours
Session 1; hybrid
Instructor: Kim Wieczorek

Issues in Foundations of Education*
EDU 671-010; 3 credit hours
Session 1; on campus
Instructor: Brian Barrett
OR
EDU 671-620; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Joseph Rayle

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Communication Disorders and Sciences

Multiculturalism*
SHH 641; 1 credit hour
Session 1; on campus
Instructor: Regina Grantham

Counseling*
SHH 642; 1 credit hour
Session 1; on campus
Instructor: Mary Emm

Communication Disorders in Adults*
SHH 673; 3 credit hours
Session 1; on campus
Instructor: Eileen Gilroy

Augmentative and Alternative Communication*
SHH 675; 2 credit hours
Session 1; on campus
Instructor: Jill Toftegaard

Neuromotor Speech Disorders*
SHH 674; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus
Instructor: Marjorie Graham

Research Methods*
SHH 679; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus
Instructor: Susan Wilson

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Educational Leadership

Principles of Curriculum Leadership
EDL 616; 3 credit hours
Term C; on campus
Instructor: Kevin Mack

Field Study in Educational Leadership
EDL 618; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Kevin Mack

Principles of Public School Finance
EDL 656; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus
Instructor: Michael Shusda

Strategic Supervision and Leadership
EDL 678; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended with classes at Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC)
Instructor: Christopher Manaseri

Principal Leadership**
EDL 680; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Christopher Manaseri

Facilities Maintenance and Management*
EDL 685; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Kimberly Bell

Principles of School District Leadership
EDL 690; 3 credit hours
Term D; on campus
Instructor: Kevin Mack

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English

The Young Romantics: Keats and Shelley
ENG 645; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus
Instructor: Karla Alwes

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Foundations and Social Advocacy

Teaching the Special Education Learner in the General Education Classroom*
FSA 510; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Judy Bentley

Introduction to Disability Services*
FSA 515; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Judy Bentley

Alternative/Augmentative Communication and Assistive Technology
for Students with Severe or Multiple Disabilities*
FSA 535; 2 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Judy Bentley

Teaching Students with Severe and Multiple Disabilities*
FSA 545; 4 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Judy Bentley

Discipline and Social Skill Development
FSA 620; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus 
Instructor: Tamara Beardsley

Master’s Project
FSA 652/FSA 653; 3 credit hours
Session 2; blended
Instructor: Judy Bentley

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Health

Global Health Problems
HLH 511; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Alexis Blavos

Nutrition Issues (special topics)
HLH 529; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Judith Johns

Alternative Medicine
HLH 544; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Margaret DiVita

Research Methods in Health Education*
HLH 601; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Margaret DiVita

School Health Program
HLH 635; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Donna Videto

Graduate Readings in Health Science
HLH 641; 2 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Matthew Moyer

Advanced Practices in Community Health
HLH 693; 3 credit hours
10-Week Session; online
Instructor: Bonni Hodges

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History

Cultural History of Latin America
HIS 637; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus
Instructor: Brett Troyan

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Literacy 

Teaching Literacy in the Primary Grades*
LIT 511; 3 credit hours
Session 2; on campus  
Instructor: Mary-Jo Morse

Children’s Literature in the Curriculum*
LIT 560; 3 credit hours
Session 1; on campus or at Mohawk Valley Community College (MVCC)
Instructors: Charlotte Pass at SUNY Cortland; Mary-Jo Morse at MVCC

Teaching and Learning Literacy in the Digital Age*
LIT 590; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Nance Wilson

Literacy and Society*
LIT 630; 3 credit hours
Session 1; on campus 
Instructor: Tadayuki Suzuki

Literacy Practicum*
LIT 693; 4 credit hours
Session 2; on campus or at the Mohawk Valley CC Campus (MVCC)
Instructors: Tadayuki Suzuki at SUNY Cortland; Sheila Sullivan at MVCC

Master’s Project in Literacy*
LIT 698; 3 credit hours
Session 1 or 2; hybrid
Instructors: Nance Wilson in Session 1; Charlotte Pass in Session 2

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Mathematics

Technologies in the Adolescence Mathematics Classroom
AED 540; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Isa Jubran

Applications from Mathematical Statistics
MAT 558; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Myung Soon Song

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Physical Education

Inclusive Outdoor Education
PED 531; 3 credit hours
Term B; on campus
Instructor: Timothy Davis

Autism Spectrum Disorder and Physical Education
PED 533; 3 credit hours
Term C; blended
Instructor: Timothy Davis

School-Based Leadership*
PED 644; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Rebecca Bryan

Comprehensive Exam Seminar – Physical Education; Adaptive Physical Education*
PED 651-602; 3 credit hours
10-week session; online
Instructor: Timothy Davis

Physical Education Practicum I*
PED 660; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: JoEllen Bailey

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Physical Education – Coaching Pedagogy Concentration

Summer 1

Readings in Physical Education*
PED 610; 3 credit hours
10-week session; online
Instructor: JoEllen Bailey

Research Methods in Physical Education and Recreation*
PED 611; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: John Foley

Lifespan Motor Development*
PED 625; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Timothy Davis

Digital Video Analysis*
SPM 536; 1 credit hour
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Jeff Bauer

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Summer 2

Physiological Principles of Conditioning for Sports*
EXS 558; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Philip Buckenmeyer

Philosophy and Principles of Coaching*
PED 613; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Thomas Quinn

Sports Skills Analysis*
PED 639; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Stephen Patrick

Advanced Digital Video Analysis*
SPM 537; 1 credit hour
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Jeff Bauer

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Summer 3

Behavior in Sport*
EXS 646; 3 credit hours
10-week session; online
Instructor: Katherine Polasek

Inclusive Coaching Methods and Programs*
PED 633; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Catherine MacDonald

Comprehensive Exam Seminar – Physical Education*
PED 651-601; 3 credit hours
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Matthew Madden

Applied Digital Video Analysis*
SPM 538; 1 credit hour
10-week session; blended
Instructor: Jeff Bauer

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Political Science

Diversity and Inclusion (special topics)
POL 629; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Seth Asumah

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Psychology

Advanced Developmental Psychology
PSY 533; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Melvyn King

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Recreation Education and Recreation

Leisure Services for Older Adults
REC 508; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Susan Barnett

Youth Development through Recreation
REC 520; 3 credit hours
Term B; online
Instructor: Amy Shellman

Adaptive Wilderness Excursions (special topics)
REC 529; 1 credit hour
Term D; 7/14 – 7/16 at Camp Huntington
Instructor: Geoffrey Peppel

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Sport Management

Sport Enterprise
SPM 610; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Jordan Kobritz

Sport Media Management
SPM 630; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Ryan Vooris

Intercollegiate Athletics Management
SPM 647; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Ryan Vooris

Research Methods in Sport Management
SPM 650; 3 credit hours
10-week session; online
Instructor: Genevieve Birren

Sport Marketing
SPM 660; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Mark Dodds

Business and Finance of Sport
SPM 666; 3 credit hours
10-week session; online
Instructor: Genevieve Birren

Sport Law
SPM 670; 3 credit hours
Session 2; online
Instructor: Jordan Kobritz

Policy and Strategic Management in Sport Organizations
SPM 680; 3 credit hours
Session 1; online
Instructor: Justin Lovich

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Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies

Gender Issues in Education
EDU/WGS 552; 3 credit hours
Session 1; blended
Instructor: Mary Stuck

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Fax: 607-753-2959
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summer@cortland.edu

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