This is a list of all Graduate College nondepartmental courses. For more information, see Graduate College.

GRAD:0006 SROP Scholars Program0 s.h.

GRAD:3030 SROP/McNair Scholars Academic Development for Juniors0-1 s.h.

Training and mentorship opportunities to enhance academic and professional success; academic preparation (including the GRE) and exploration of doctoral graduate training programs; seminars, interactive workshops, readings, written assignments. Requirements: UI SROP/McNair Scholar and junior standing.

GRAD:3040 SROP/McNair Scholars Academic Development for Seniors0-1 s.h.

Training and mentorship opportunities to enhance academic and professional success; academic preparation and professional development to navigate the graduate admissions process (including preparation of personal statements, selection of referees, mock interviews); seminars, interactive workshops, readings, written assignments. Requirements: UI SROP/McNair Scholar and senior standing.

GRAD:6000 Ph.D. Postcomprehensive Registration1 s.h.

GRAD:6001 Master's Final Registration1 s.h.

Requirements: master's degree candidate.

GRAD:6002 Doctoral Continuous Registration1 s.h.

Requirements: doctoral degree candidate who has passed comprehensive examinations.

GRAD:6003 Doctoral Final Registration1 s.h.

Requirements: doctoral degree candidate in final session of enrollment.

GRAD:6140 Introduction to Multicultural Education and Culturally Competent Practice3 s.h.

Introduction to foundations of multicultural education and cultural competence; numerous equal access movements that impact professional practice in education, social work, counseling, and the allied helping professions mobilized in the U.S. during the 20th century; issues of diversity and equity that continue to fuel current policy debates and impact professional practice; roots of equal access movements from Brown v. Board of Education to the present; social, political, and/or economic contexts for equal access policies concerning race/ethnicity, class, language, gender, ability, and sexual orientation.

GRAD:6217 Seminar in College Teaching1-3 s.h.

Preparation for college teaching; for graduate students planning to teach. Same as PSQF:6217.

GRAD:6300 Writing for Learned Journals1-4 s.h.

Seminar that supports graduate students in bringing written work to publishable form; analysis of target journals' audiences, interests, and citation politics; submission and the publication process; response to reader reports and criticism; best writing and research practices; discussion of knowledge cultures and discourses in disciplines and the contemporary academy. Same as RHET:6330.

GRAD:6313 Digital Rhetorics3 s.h.

Current discourse (utopic, dystopic, other strands) about the Internet as it shapes and is shaped by competing forces.

GRAD:6800 CIC Scholararr.

GRAD:6801 Regents Exchange Programarr.

GRAD:6997 Graduate/Professional Transferarr.

GRAD:6998 Undergraduate Transferarr.

GRAD:6999 Resident/Fellow/Post-Doctoral0 s.h.

GRAD:7280 Obermann Center for Advanced Studies Special Topics Seminars1-3 s.h.

Active participation and engagement in a major program, such as the annual Humanities Symposium; readings on interdisciplinary histories, contexts, and theoretical perspectives that frame featured events; work of artists, scholars, and researchers participating in the program. Requirements: admission to Graduate College.

GRAD:7285 Obermann Center Professional Development Seminar1 s.h.

Active participation and engagement in a series of classes dedicated to connecting public engagement, research, and teaching; readings and media viewings that frame course topics; production of a short film, marketing materials, grant, and syllabi relevant to public engagement project. Requirements: admission to Graduate College and completion of Obermann Graduate Institute on Engagement and the Academy.

GRAD:7290 Digital Humanities Theory and Practice3 s.h.

Overview of theories and use of technology to preserve, deploy, visualize, map, and analyze concepts; discussions with practicing digital public scholars; assignments tailored to student research; final group project; introductory course in public digital humanities certificate. Same as SLIS:7290.

GRAD:7385 Teaching and Learning in Higher Education3 s.h.

Current theoretical and empirical literature on teaching and learning in higher education; focus on development of effective teaching practice. Same as EDTL:7385, EPLS:7385, PSQF:7385, RCE:7385.

GRAD:7400 Practicum in College Teachingarr.

Supervised college teaching experience; teaching in collaboration with faculty, observation and critiques of teaching, participation in course planning and evaluation procedures; ethical and multicultural considerations. Requirements: admission to the graduate certificate in college teaching program.

GRAD:7500 Science Communication in the Digital Age2 s.h.

Preparation for communicating scientific discoveries and importance of scientific endeavors in digital media; focus on adaptable and transferable skills; relevant preparation for digital communication in academic and nonacademic career paths; develop aptitude with speaking and performance skills relevant to video presentation; develop familiarity with video composition and editing processes.

GRAD:7601 Postdoctoral Research Scholar0 s.h.

Requirements: postdoctoral standing.

GRAD:7602 Postdoctoral Research Fellow0 s.h.

Requirements: postdoctoral standing.