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Thematic Sequences

A Thematic Sequence is a series of related courses (usually three) that focuses on a theme or subject in a developmental way. Each course builds or expands upon knowledge or perspective gained from preceding courses, and some sequences prepare students for Capstone experiences. The first course may be a Foundation course and may count as hours in both Foundation and Thematic Sequence requirements.

How to Enroll

To enroll in a sequence, contact the department.

  • Educational Psychology
    • DST1 Disability Studies
    • EDP 1 Cultural Patterns in Education and the Law Affecting Persons with Disability
    • EDP 2 Educational Technology and Instructional Design
    • EDP 3 Technology and Learning
    • EDP 4 Learning Research and Assessment
  • Family Science and Social Work
    • FSW 3 Families and Sexuality Across the Life Course
    • FSW 4 Children in Families
    • FSW 6 Social Inequality and Social Welfare for Diverse Families and Groups
  • Teacher Education
    • EDT 1 Exploring STEM in Society