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University Badge Catalog

SPD offers the following badges in the areas of education and business/industry. 

Badges for Educators

Description

Courses Required

Credit or Career Development

Badge

Apps Master

Three courses:

  • EST 525 Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer: Foundations

  • EST 526 Google Apps for Education Certified Trainer: Curriculum Integration

  • EST 527 The Impact of Mobile Devices and Cloud Based Systems in Education

Badge available only through SUTRA. Please contact
Craig.Markson@stonybrook.edu.

Graduate Credit  Apps Master

English to Speakers of Other Languages

Four courses:
  • LIN 502 Methods I Foundations of TESOL Pedagogy

  • LIN 503 Methods II TESOL Pedagogy through Content Area

  • LIN 504 Intro to Teaching Literacy

  • LIN 544 Language Acquisition and Literacy

Badge available only through SUTRA. Please contact
Craig.Markson@stonybrook.edu.

Graduate Credit  English to Speakers of Other Languages

Teaching Students with Special Needs

Three courses total.

Take both of these:

  • CEF 547 Principles and Practices in Special Education, plus
  • CEF 550 Special Education: Developing the Individual Education Plan (IEP)

and one of the following:

  • CEE 581 Diverse Classroom/Culture Change
  • CEE 513 Teaching the At Risk Student
  • CEB 586 Differentiated Instruction in Science and Math
  • CEF 560 Differentiated Instruction

 

Graduate Credit

Teaching Students with Special Needs

Understanding Adolescence

Three courses:

CEE 601 Early Adolescent Development
CEM 582 Problems of Adolescence
CEM 580 Adolescent Life Stages
Graduate Credit  Understanding Adolescents

Teaching Adolescence

Three courses:

  • CEE 513 Teaching the At Risk Student
  • CEE 601 Early Adolescent Development
  • CEE 602 Middle Child Education: Instruction

 

Graduate Credit

Teaching Adolescents

Understanding Youth & Character

Any 4 of the following:

  • CEI 558 Youth & Gang Violence
  • CEE 581 Diverse Classroom/Culture Change
  • CEE 513 Teaching the At-Risk Student
  • CEE 584 Preventing Bullying & Bias
  • CEE 504 Youth in Crisis
  • CEE 571 Character Education: Ethics and Values

 

Graduate Credit

Understanding Youth & Character

Youth Literature

Two courses:

  • CEE 509 Children’s Literature
  • CEJ 552 Adolescent Literature

 

Graduate Credit

Youth Literature

Coaching, Athletics

Three courses:

  • CEP 507 Philosophy, Principles and Organization of Athletics Education
  • CEP 513 Health Sciences Applied to Coaching: Care & Prevention of Athletic Injuries
  • CEP 520 Theory and Techniques of Coaching: Sport-Specific Practicum (prerequisite: CEP 507)

 

Graduate Credit

Coaching

Diverse Literatures

Take three of the following:

  • CEG 537 The Immigration Experience in Literature
  • CEV 542 Surviving the Holocaust: Literature
  • CEI 518 Literature of American Slavery
  • AFH 528 Contemporary Black Literature and Cultural Criticism
  • AAS 560 Empire, Memory and Narratives of Asian America

Graduate Credit

Diverse Literatures

Teacher Leader

Two courses:

  • CEE 527 Peer Leadership in Teaching
  • CEF 554 Teachers as Leaders

 

Graduate Credit

Teacher leader

Higher Education Management & Operations

Three courses total.

Take this required course:

  • HEA 503 Leadership in Higher Education

plus two of the following courses:

  • HEA 524 Enrollment Management
  • HEA 531 Finance Issues in Higher Education
  • HEA 532 Facilities Management in Higher Education

Graduate Credit

Higher Education Management and Operations

Student Advising and Counseling (Higher Education)


 

Three courses total.

Take both of these:

  • HEA 520 Advising and Counseling
  • HEA 526 Career Counseling and the Psychology of Work

and one of the following:

  • HEA 521 Diversity and Higher Education
  • HEA 522 Crisis Management and Prevention in Higher Education
  • HEA 525 The Contemporary Undergraduate

*Students who are not in the HEA AGC or MA program need consent of the HEA program director to register.

Website:stonybrook.edu/spd/hea

Graduate Credit

 

Student Advising and Counseling

Spanish Language Awareness for Educators


 

Two courses:

  • Short Course I: The School and Its People (24 hours)
  • Short Course II: Activities and Curriculum (24 hours)

Website:stonybrook.edu/spd/career/spanish.html

Career Development

Spanish Language

Technology for Administrators


 

Three courses:

  • Course 1: Becoming Technology Savvy for Administrators
    (15 hours)

  • Course 2: Social Media and Digital Footprint for Administrators
    (15 hours)

  • Course 3: Making Digital Connections for Administrators (15 hours)

Website:
stonybrook.edu/spdcareer/edtech

Career Development

Technology for Administrators

The Power of Social Media & the Flipped Classroom


 

Three courses:

  • Course 1: Social Media and the Digital Classroom (15 hours)

  • Course 2: Flipped Classroom, Badges and Gamification (15 hours)

  • Course 3: Extending Learning Beyond Classroom Walls (15 hours)

Website:
stonybrook.edu/spdcareer/edtech

 

Career Development

Social Media & the Flipped Classroom

Contemporary Asia and Asian American Studies

Any two of the following courses

  • ASS 560/CEJ 503 Empire, Memory and Narratives of Asian America
  • AAS 575/CEJ 505 Multilingualism & Commnication in Asia
  • AAS 571/CEJ 504 Islamic Thought in Asia

This Badge is coordinated in cooperation with the Department of Asian and Asian American Studies at Stony Brook University. 

Graduate Credit

Contemporary Asia and Asian American Studies

Badges for Business/Industry

Description

Courses Required

Graduate Credit or Career Development (not eligible for graduate credit)

Badge

Organizational Development

Three courses total.

Take both of these:

  • HRM 538 Organizational Development and Change Management
  • HRM 547 Organizational Performance Management

and one of the following:

  • HRM 541 Human Relations and Workforce Planning
  • HRM 537 Employee Learning & Professional/Career Development

*Students who are not in the HRM AGC or MS program need consent of the HRM program director to register.


 

Graduate Credit

 

Organizational Development

Employee Relations

Three courses:

  • HRM 532 Foundations of Human Resources
  • HRM 533 Employee Relations and Labor Management
  • HRM 545 Employment Law and Policy

*Students who are not in the HRM AGC or MS program need consent of the HRM program director to register.

 

Graduate Credit

 

Employee Relations

Financial Analysis

Two courses:

  • MBA 502 Finance
  • MBA 504 Financial Accounting

*Students who are not in the Finance AGC or MBA program need consent of the Finance program director to register.

Website: stonybrook.edu/spd/finance

 

Graduate Credit

 

Financial Analysis

Investment Analysis

Two courses:

  • FIN 539 Investment Analysis
  • FIN 525 Portfolio Management

*Students who are not in the Finance AGC or MBA program need consent of the Finance program director to register.

Website: stonybrook.edu/spd/finance

Graduate Credit

 

Investment Analysis

Corporate Financial Management

Two courses:

  • FIN 552 Mergers & Acquisitions
  • FIN 536 Financial Management

*Students who are not in the Finance AGC or MBA program need consent of the Finance program director to register.

Website: stonybrook.edu/spd/finance

Graduate Credit

 

Corporate Financial Management
Community Residence
Food Literacy

The Badge in Community Residence Food Literacy is awarded to those who successfully complete 3, 3-hour workshops on Food Literacy through Stony Brook University.

This program was developed in cooperation with the Stony Brook Southampton Food Lab and and Family Residences and Essential Enterprises.

For more information, please contact Carolyn.Jankowski@stonybrook.edu.

Career Development  Community Residence Food Literacy
Community Residence
Leadership in Supervision
The Badge in Community Residence Leadership in Supervision is awarded to those who successfully complete 3, 2-hour leadership workshops specifically designed for supervisors of direct service providers.

This program was developed in cooperation with Family Residences and Essential Enterprises.

For more information, please contact Carolyn.Jankowski@stonybrook.edu.

Career Development  Community Residences Leadership in Supervision
Food Literacy

The Badge in Community Residence Food Literacy is awarded to those who successfully complete 3, 3-hour workshops on Food Literacy through Stony Brook University.

This program was developed in cooperation with the Stony Brook Southampton Food Lab.

For more information, please contact Amy.Margolies@stonybrook.edu.

Career Development  Food Literacy
Social Entrepreneurship  The University badge is awarded to those who complete the courses with grades of at least B and a minimum GPA of 3.0:
  • CES 549 Social Entrepreneurship
  • CER 506 Leadership, Team Effectiveness and Communications
  • CES 597 Advocacy and Marketing for Social Entrepreneurship

This badge is offered in coordination with Stony Brook University's College of Business.

 Graduate Credit

 

 Social Entrepreneurship
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