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					Fall 2011




academic course offerings

Undergraduate • Adult Undergraduate • Graduate
                                                 general information
    caldwell college e-mail account                                     health requirements
    Caldwell College requires that all students use their college       All students are required to comply with the State of
    issued e-mail account. It is easily accessible and does not         New Jersey immunization laws. All documentation
    change. Caldwell College uses this e-mail address for all           should be submitted to Health Services. Health Services
    official communication to the college community.                    will not be responsible for records, which are submitted
                                                                        to other departments. Failure to comply with the state’s
                                                                        requirements will result in cancellation of registration
    cancellation policy &                                               and exclusion from class. All full-time students (12 or more
    course changes                                                      credits) must have health insurance. Please refer to the
    The college reserves the right to cancel a course in which          Student Health Form for all requirements. Health forms
    there is not sufficient enrollment, to limit registration, and to   can be obtained in the Health Services Department or on the
    change instructors when necessary. This brochure is subject         Web at www.caldwell.edu/student_services/health.aspx.
    to change. Please check your bill and schedule carefully for        Should further clarification be required after reviewing the
    any changes.                                                        health form, please call 973-618-3319.


    college closings                                                    parking
    Call the Emergency closing Hotline number, 973-618-3100,            Please be advised that all vehicles need to have a
    after 6:00 a.m. for day classes, and 3:00 p.m. to see if            Caldwell College parking sticker. Call the Security Office
    evening classes are cancelled OR go to the college Web site         at 973-618-3286 for more information. All restricted areas
    www.caldwell.edu. Please note that cancellation of daytime          are clearly marked and anyone parking in these areas will
    classes does not necessarily mean that evening classes are          receive a summons.
    also cancelled.
                                                                        payment procedures
    financial aid                                                       Please refer to the letter included in your billing statement or
    Financial aid is available providing students enroll on a           to the payment calendar on the Bursar/Student Accounts
    half time basis (6 credits). Remember you must complete             Web page at http://www.caldwell.edu/student_accounts/
    the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at least       payment_calendar.aspx for payment dates and procedures.
    six weeks prior to your intended start date. Applications are
    available online at www.fafsa.ed.gov. Additionally, there           tuition refund policy
    are several alternative loan resources available to students,
    including some loans for students who wish to enroll for            If a student files an official withdrawal or add/drop form
    less than the 6 credits. Students who are awarded Federal           with the Registrar, they will be entitled to a refund according
    financial assistance and subsequently withdraw from all             to the following schedule:
    coursework prior to 61% of term completion are subject to           Within the first week of class          80%
    the Federal refund/repayment policy. For more information           Within the second week of class         60%
    on Financial Aid, visit www.caldwell.edu/financial_aid/ or
    call 973-618-3221.                                                  Within the third week of class          40%
                                                                        Within the fourth week of class         25%

    grade reports                                                       After four weeks                        NO REFUND

    Matriculating students have access to Caldwell College
    online services and are able to view and print their                withdrawal information
    grades directly from the Web. The Registrar’s Office                An official WITHDRAWAL form must be completed for all
    will not send grade reports in the mail. If you wish a              courses from which a student wishes to withdraw. Not
    grade report sent to you, please e-mail the Registrar’s             attending, even with notification to the instructor, does
    Office at registrar@caldwell.edu.                                   not constitute an official withdrawal. Students will be
                                                                        responsible for tuition and receive a grade of an ‘F’ for
                                                                        courses from which they do not OFFICIALLY withdraw.
                                                                        See page 4 for Add/Drop and Withdrawal dates.




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             family educational rights and privacy act (FERPA)
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974             The college may disclose directory information without the
protects the privacy of education records, establishes the        written consent of the student. Directory information includes
right of students to inspect and review their education           the following: name, address, telephone number, email
records, and provides guidelines for the contesting of            address, dates of attendance, enrollment status, class,
inaccurate or misleading data.                                    previous institutions attended, major and minor field of study,
                                                                  awards, honors (including Dean’s list), degrees conferred
Students have the right to inspect and review all education
                                                                  including date, past and present participation in officially
records maintained by the college. The college is not
                                                                  recognized activities, student’s photograph, height and
required to provide copies unless, for reasons such as great
                                                                  weight (for athletes only), and date and place of birth.
distance, it is impossible for students to inspect the records.
                                                                  Students may request the withholding of disclosure of
Students have the right to request that the college correct
                                                                  directory information. To ensure that a request is properly
records believed to be inaccurate or misleading. If the
                                                                  processed, it must be submitted on the official “Request to
college decides not to amend the record, the student has
                                                                  Prevent Disclosure of Directory Information” Form, which is
a right to a formal hearing with the Vice President of
                                                                  available in the Office of the Registrar. In order to prevent
Academic Affairs. After the hearing, if the college still
                                                                  all disclosures of directory information, the official request
decides not to amend the record, the student has the right
                                                                  must be filed prior to the first day of the semester. However,
to place a statement with the record commenting on the
                                                                  the college will accept requests at any point during the
contested information in the record.
                                                                  semester. The request will remain in effect until the student
The college will not release any confidential information         submits signed authorization to allow disclosure of directory
from a student’s record without the written consent of the        information. The college assumes that failure on the part of
student, with the exception of the following: to college          any student to specifically request on the official form the
officials, including contractors and volunteers performing        withholding of release of directory information indicates
institutional functions, with a legitimate educational            individual approval of disclosure.
interest, to other Institutions at which a student seeks or
                                                                  Students have the right to file a complaint with the U.S.
intends to enroll, to certain government officials in order
                                                                  Department of Education concerning alleged failures by
to carry out lawful functions, to appropriate parties in
                                                                  the college to comply with the requirements of FERPA.
connection with financial aid to a student, to organizations
                                                                  Contact the Family Policy Compliance Office, U.S.
conducting certain studies for the college, to accrediting
                                                                  Department of Education, 400 Maryland Avenue, SW,
organizations, to individuals who have obtained court
                                                                  Washington, DC 20202.
orders or subpoenas, and to persons who need to know
in cases of health and safety emergencies.                        December, 2008




                                       Winter/Spring 2012
                                       REGISTRATION
                                            Begins
                                       NOVEMBER 14, 2011


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                                    online registration procedures
    Online registration instructions can be found on the Student Tab after logging into the MyCaldwell Portal at
    https://mycaldwell.caldwell.edu.



                                       fall 2011 academic calendar
    August                                                               December
    25     Graduate New Student Orientation                              5     Incomplete Grades for Summer 2011 Due in
    27       Adult Undergraduate Student Orientation                           Registrar’s Office

    27-29 Freshman Orientation                                           10       Last Day of Classes

    29       Evening Classes Begin (4:15 p.m.)                           12-17 Final Exams

    30       Day Classes Begin (8:30 a.m.)

    September
    5      Labor Day (No Classes)                                        September 10 – October 22
    7        Last Day for Add/Drop of Classes                            Accelerated Program Session A
                                                                         9/17 Last Day for Add/Drop of Class
    10       Saturday Class Begins (8:00 a.m.)
                                                                         9/24     Last Day to Withdraw from Class
    26       Incomplete Grades for Spring 2011 Due in
             Registrar’s Office                                          October 29 – December 17
                                                                         Accelerated Program Session B
    October
                                                                         11/5 Last Day for Add/Drop of Class
    10-11 Columbus Day Break (No Classes)
                                                                         11/12 Last Day to Withdraw from Class
    17       Mid-Term Progress Report Due
                                                                         11/26 No Class
    24       Last Day to Withdraw from Class with a
             Grade of “W”                                                September 10 – December 17
                                                                         Post Bac Saturday Classes
    November
                                                                         9/17 Last Day for Add/Drop of Class
    1     Deadline for Application for May 2012
          Degree Completion                                              10/22 Last Day to Withdraw Class with a Grade of “W”
    7        Spring/Winter Registration Material Available               11/26 No Class
    14       Spring/Winter Registration Begins                           11/28 Last Day to Withdraw from Class
    21       Last Day to Withdraw from Class                             12/17 Final Exams
    23       Thanksgiving Recess Begins at 4:15 p.m.
             (No Evening Classes)
    24-25 Thanksgiving Recess (No Classes)
    26       No Saturday Classes




    For additional important date information, please refer to the Caldwell College Academic Calendar at
    http://www.caldwell.edu/academics/academic_calendar.aspx.
    PLEASE NOTE: STUDENTS WHO HAVE NOT MET ALL OBLIGATIONS TO THE COLLEGE WILL BE REMOVED
    FROM COURSES AND WILL RECEIVE NEITHER CREDIT NOR GRADES.



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                     registration information and procedures
traditional undergraduate                                            adult undergraduate & graduate
REGISTRATION INFORMATION                                             Registration may be made on the Web at www.caldwell.edu
4/4      Registration Material Available/Time to begin               or by mailing or faxing (973-618-3690) the completed
         Consultation with Advisors                                  registration form.
4/11     Registration begins for Seniors                             COURSE LISTINGS AND DESCRIPTIONS
         (90+ Credits toward Graduation Earned)                      For descriptions of individual courses and for information about
         [Web & In-Person]                                           which courses are required by, or allowed in, your program
4/12     Registration begins for Juniors                             please refer to the Undergraduate/Graduate Catalog, which is
         (60+ Credits toward Graduation Earned)                      also available online at www.caldwell.edu/catalog.aspx.
         [Web & In-Person]                                           REGISTRATION INFORMATION
4/13     Registration begins for Sophomores                          4/4      Registration Material Available – make appointment
         (30+ Credits toward Graduation Earned)                               with your advisor/coordinator
         [Web & In-Person]                                           4/11     Registration opens at 8:30 a.m. for all
4/14     Registration begins for Freshmen                                     Adult Undergraduate & Graduate students
         (18+ Credits toward Graduation Earned)                               [Web & In-Person]
         [In the Registrar’s Office Only]                            8/28     Spring online registration closes at 11:59 p.m. for all
4/15     Registration begins for Freshmen                                     Adult Undergraduate and Graduate students
         (Less than 18 Credits toward Graduation Earned)             Register early to ensure your place in the class. Returning
         [Web and In-Person]                                         students who have outstanding health records, library fines or
Please check your password before April 11 to ensure you can         financial obligations cannot register until these obligations have
utilize online registration.                                         been satisfied.
• Web registration opens at 8:30 a.m. on the dates listed above.     For more information, call 973-618-3203 or visit the Web site
• Once your class is opened for Registration on the Web, it          at www.caldwell.edu.
  will remain open until August 28, 2011 at 11:59 p.m. After         NON-MATRICULATING VISITING STUDENTS
  this date you must register in the Registrar’s Office with the     Caldwell College welcomes non-matriculating and visiting
  correct paper work, signatures and fee if registration is late.    students. Non-matriculating and visiting students may only
REGISTRATION TIME                                                    accumulate a maximum of 12 credits before they MUST apply
• Web Registration – No time restriction.                            for matriculation (going through the admissions process).
• In-Person at the Registrar’s Office, located on the 1st floor of   Notice to Abbott Scholarship students: In order to process
  Aquinas Hall, registrar@caldwell.edu                               your registration you will need a copy of your award letter
  – Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.                     at time of registration.

COMPLETED REGISTRATION FORM                                          TUITION AND FEES
                                                                     For tuition information, please visit the following Web sites
• Copy required if registration is done in the Registrar’s Office.
                                                                     at Caldwell College:
• Copy required if you are registering for more than 18 credits
                                                                     Adult Undergraduate Students –
  with approval from the Director of Student Success.
                                                                     www.caldwell.edu/student_accounts/tuitionCE.aspx
• Completed forms for permission to enroll in an internship
                                                                     Graduate Students –
  or co-operative must be submitted before the first day of
                                                                     www.caldwell.edu/student_accounts/tuitionGS.aspx
  classes. Tutorials and independent studies must be submitted
  prior to registration.
SECURE REQUIRED SIGNATURES FOR
REGISTRATION FORM AND/OR ADD/DROP FORM:
(a) Advisor(s) Signatures(s)                 ALL STUDENTS
(b) E.O.F. Administrator & Advisor           E.O.F. STUDENTS
(c) Executive Director of Student Success    CREDIT LOAD
    & Department Chair                       OVER 18 CREDITS
(d) Director of Academic Advising            ALL ATHLETES
    & Advisor
TUITION AND FEES
For tuition information, please see the Caldwell College Web site
at www.caldwell.edu/student_accounts/tuition.aspx.

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                                             schedule information
    Day/Hour Schedule
    Each letter A through W corresponds to a specific pattern which does not conflict with any other pattern. Double letters (AA)
    are treated as though single (A). When no letter is used for a class, it indicates a combined pattern with special hours.
    Students choosing such courses, should carefully note the TIME scheduled.
    A     M9 W9 F9                  F       T10,11 F11                KK    TR3:00 – 4:15              Q        R4:20 – 6:50
    AA    MW 8:30 – 9:45            G       T12 R12 F12               L     M4:20 – 6:50               M        M7:00 – 9:30
    B     T9 R9 F10                 GG      TR12:00 – 1:15            LP1   MW4:20 – 5:35              TU       T7:00 – 9:30
    BB    TR8:30 – 9:45             LP2     MW5:40 – 6:55             W     W7:00 – 9:30               C        M10 W10 R10
    HH    TR1:30 – 2:45             N       T4:20 – 6:50              TH    R7:00 – 9:30               D        M11 W11 R11
    I     M2 W2 F2                  NQ1     TR4:20 – 5:35             S     S9:00 – 11:30              ABF      F9:00 – 11:30
    GEI F12:00 – 2:30               E       M1 W1 F1                  JJ    MW3:00 – 4:15              NQ2      TR5:40 – 6:55
    SP    S12:00 – 2:30             EI      MW1:30 – 2:45             P     W4:20 – 6:50               TBA      To Be Arranged




    chart of available patterns                                       time on schedule
    A chart of the available patterns can be found to the right. It   If no time is listed, the time will be arranged with the
    may be of help to use it in planning your schedule.               registered students. For all other courses the time is listed.


    days on schedule                                                  room numbers
    M = Monday                                                        Rooms are shown as three digit numbers. The first number
    T = Tuesday                                                       indicates the floor the room is located on.
    W = Wednesday
    R = Thursday                                                      examination schedule
    F = Friday                                                        During exam week, each class must meet once for two
    S = Saturday                                                      hours. At this time a final exam may be administrated,
                                                                      or some other activity may be held. The location of the
                                                                      exam is the same as that of the room assigned for the
    how to find your classroom                                        course. A change in room and/or time during this week,
    The building codes used by Caldwell College are                   must be granted by the Chairperson. The Registrar’s Office
    the following:                                                    must be notified.
    WER     Werner Hall
    ALB     Albertus Magnus Hall
    ALU     Alumni Theatre
    AQU     Aquinas Hall
    JEN     Jennings Library
    STU     Student Center
    VIS     Visceglia Arts Center
    EXT     External Course




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                                 course schedule pattern key

                 Monday          Tuesday           Wednesday        Thursday           Friday      Saturday

8:30               AA               BB                AA                BB                         S

9:00     A                  B              A                   B               A           ABF




10:00        C              F                  C               C                   B




11:00        D                                 D               D               F

12:00            Activity   G       GG              Activity   G        GG     G           GEI     SP




1:00     E                                 E                                   E

1:30               EI       HH                        EI       HH

2:00     I                                 I                                   I




3:00     JJ                 KK             JJ                  KK




4:20     L         LP1      N       NQ1    P          LP1      Q        NQ1




5:40               LP2              NQ2               LP2               NQ2



7:00     M                  TU             W                   TH

9:30




notes:

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                                      FALL          • undergraduate course offerings
                                       Day and Evening ON CAMPUS Course Schedule
                                                      AUGUST 29, 2011 – DECEMBER 17, 2011
                                Last Day to Add/Drop: September 7, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 21, 2011
                    Not all courses may be audited. Permission of instructor required. • This schedule is subject to change.
                     For the most updated schedule information, please view the online schedule at www.caldwell.edu.
    SUBJECT SEC      TITLE                            DAY   INSTRUCTOR           TIME       CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM    EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                       ACADEMIC SUPPORT CENTER
    LA 100    001    APPLICATIONS OF LEARNING          M    A. Benowitz       12:00-12:50    1   CALD   ALB   107    TBA
    LA 101    001    FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING I         TR   M. Purpura         8:30-9:45     3   CALD   ALB   302    12/13 TU 9am      Freshman Connect Only
    LA 101    002    FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING I         TR   M. Purpura         12:00-1:15    3   CALD   ALB   302    12/15 TH 12pm     Freshman Connect Only
    LA 101    003    FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING I         TR   M. Purpura         3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   302    12/15 TH 2:30pm   Freshman Connect Only
    LA 101    004    FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING I         TR   A. Meade           12:00-1:15    3   CALD   ALB   202    12/15 TH 12pm     Non Freshman Connect
    LA 101    005    FOUNDATIONS OF LEARNING I         TR   A. Meade           1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   202    12/13 TU 2:30pm   Non Freshman Connect

                                                                             ANTHROPOLOGY
    AN 225    001    CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY             TR   Y. Cai             1:15-2:45     3   CALD   WER   109    12/13 TU 2:30pm
    AN 225    025    CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (WI)       TRF   R. Bar            12:00-12:50    3   CALD   ALB   307    12/15 TH 12pm     Writing Intensive
    AN 420    009    FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGY             W    Staff              7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   112    12/14 W 7pm

                                                                           ART & ART HISTORY
    AH 122    001    LANGUAGE OF WORLD ART             F    J. Polistena       9:00-11:30    3   CALD   VIS   125    12/16 F 9am
    AH 122    003    LANGUAGE OF WORLD ART             S    J. Ryan            9:00-11:30    3   CALD   VIS   125    12/17 S 9am
    AH 122    008    LANGUAGE OF WORLD ART             T    J. Ryan            5:30-8:00     3   CALD   VIS   125    12/13 TU 7pm
    AH 122    025    LANGUAGE OF WORLD ART (WI)       MW    J. Noonan          3:00-4:20     3   CALD   VIS   125    12/12 M 2:30pm    Writing Intensive
    AH 212    008    WORLD ART I                       W    J. Noonan          5:30-8:00     3   CALD   VIS   125    12/14 W 4:45pm
    AH 214    001    MODERN ART                       MWR   J. Noonan         10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS   125    12/14 W 9am
    AH 312    002    NINETEENTH-CENTURY ART            F    J. Polistena       12:00-2:30    3   CALD   VIS   125    12/16 F 12pm
    AH 360    001    CRITICAL ISSUES IN MUSEOLOGY      TR   Staff              11:00-1:50    3   CALD   VIS   125    TBA
    AR 111    001    DRAWING I                         M    L. Szycher         1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 111    002    DRAWING I                         W    Staff              1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 113    001    2D DESIGN                         W    J. Croce           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   124    TBA
    AR 113    002    2D DESIGN                         F    S. Baron           12:00-3:50    3   CALD   VIS   124    TBA
    AR 220    001    DIGITAL ART I                     W    L. Szycher         5:00-8:30     3   CALD   VIS   113L   TBA
    AR 243    001    CERAMICS                          T    K. Baker           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   127    TBA
    AR 248    001    TYPOGRAPHY                        F    J. Jacob           12:00-3:50    3   CALD   VIS   113L   TBA
    AR 250    001    SCULPTURE I                       W    K. Baker           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   127    TBA
    AR 280    001    PAINTING I                        T    Staff              1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 310    001    JUNIOR COMPREHENSIVE              T    J. Croce          12:00-12:50    1   CALD   VIS   124    TBA
    AR 319    001    INTERM SCULPTURE                  W    K. Baker           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   127    TBA
    AR 341    001    INTERM PAINTING I                 TR   L. Szycher         1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 342    001    INTERM PAINTING II                TR   L. Szycher         1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 343    001    CERAMICS II                       TR   K. Baker           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   127    TBA
    AR 349    001    DIGITAL ART II                    W    L. Szycher         5:00-8:30     3   CALD   VIS   113L   TBA
    AR 417A   001    ADV.PAINTING I                    TR   L. Szycher         1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 417B   001    ADV.PAINTING II                   TR   L. Szycher         1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   126    TBA
    AR 450    001    ADVANCED SCULPTURE                W    K. Baker           1:00-4:50     3   CALD   VIS   127    TBA
    AR 455    001    SENIOR SEMINAR                    M    J. Croce           5:00-6:50     2   CALD   VIS   124    TBA

                                                                              ART THERAPY
    AT 230    001    INTRO ART THERAPY                 M    B. Berkowitz       1:00-3:30     3   CALD   VIS   125B   TBA
    AT 310    001    ART THERAPY METHODS               T    L. Loumeau-May     1:00-3:00     3   CALD   VIS   125B   TBA




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                         FALL          • undergraduate course offerings (continued)
SUBJECT SEC    TITLE                                 DAY   INSTRUCTOR             TIME        CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM   EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                 BUSINESS
BU 101   001   SURVEY OF ECONOMICS                   MWR   A. McKaig-Berliner   10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   206   12/14 W 9am
BU 101   025   SURVEY OF ECONOMICS (WI)              TR    A. Callahan           1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/13 TU 2:30pm   Writing Intensive
BU 110   025   BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (WI)          MWR   L. Harris-Ransom     10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS   223   12/14 W 9am       Writing Intensive
BU 110   026   BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS (WI)          TR    V. Rich              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/15 TH 12pm     Writing Intensive
BU 205   001   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I             MW    A. Kandel             8:30-9:45     3   CALD   VIS   203   12/12 M 9am
BU 205   009   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS I              W    J. Guider             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   202   12/14 W 7pm
BU 208   001   INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS          MW    A. Romano             3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/12 M 2:30pm
BU 210   001   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II            MW    A. Kandel             3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS   225   12/12 M 2:30pm
BU 210   009   PRINCIPLES OF ECONOMICS II             M    J. Guider             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   112   12/12 M 7pm
BU 211   001   ACCOUNTING I                          MW    A. Neiman             8:30-9:45     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/12 M 9am
BU 211   002   ACCOUNTING I                          TR    A. Callahan          12:00-1:15     3   CALD   AQU   103   12/15 TH 12pm
BU 211   009   ACCOUNTING I                           T    A. Callahan           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/13 TU 7pm
BU 212   001   ACCOUNTING II                         TR    A. Neiman             8:30-9:45     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/13 TU 9am
BU 221   001   MARKETING                             TR    T. Keen               3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/15 TH 2:30pm
BU 221   009   MARKETING                              M    J. Bale               7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   225   12/12 M 7pm
BU 235   001   FROM SELF-MANAGEMENT TO LEADER        TR    D. Noone              1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/13 TU 2:30pm
BU 245   007   DECISION ANALYSIS I                    M    A. Kandel             4:20-6:50     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/12 M 4:45pm
BU 290   009   ANALYSIS & TRADING OF SECURITIES       T    S. Hughes             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/13 TU 7pm
BU 305   001   INTRO STATISTICS                      MWR   E. Schons            11:00-11:50    3   CALD   VIS   223   12/15 TH 9am
BU 321   009   INTERM. ACCTING I                      T    A. Neiman             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   225   12/13 TU 7pm
BU 323   009   COST ACCOUNTING                        R    A. Callahan           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   225   12/15 TH 7pm
BU 330   001   PRINC OF MANAGEMENT                   TR    D. Noone              3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/15 TH 2:30pm
BU 330   009   PRINC OF MANAGEMENT                    W    D. Noone              7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   225   12/14 W 7pm
BU 337   001   PRINC OF FINANCE                      MWR   E. Schons            10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS   226   12/14 W 9am
BU 337   009   PRINC OF FINANCE                       R    E. Schons             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/15 TH 7pm
BU 346   009   INTERNATIONAL TRADE & DEVELOPMENT      M    J. McArdle            7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   305   12/12 M 7pm
BU 347   009   PUBLIC RELATIONS                       W    T. Keen               7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/14 W 7pm
BU 350   001   BUSINESS LAW I                        MWR   L. Harris-Ransom     11:00-11:50    3   CALD   VIS   226   12/15 TH 9am
BU 350   009   BUSINESS LAW I                         T    L. Harris-Ransom      7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   209   12/13 TU 7pm
BU 355   001   BUSINESS LAW II                       MW    L. Harris-Ransom      1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/14 W 12pm
BU 360   001   ADVERTISING                           TR    T. Keen              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   VIS   226   12/15 TH 12pm
BU 375   009   INTERNTL BUS.MANAGEMENT                R    A. Romano             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   203   12/15 TH 7pm
BU 385   008   SENIOR OUTCOMES SEMINAR                R    A. Romano             6:00-6:50     1   CALD   VIS   223   TBA
BU 420   009   ETHICAL BUSINESS STRATEGY              R    P. Hess               7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/15 TH 7pm
BU 430   009   ADVANCED ACCTING                       T    H. Rinder             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   112   12/13 TU 7pm
BU 440   009   MONEY AND BANKING                      M    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   101   12/12 M 7pm
BU 460   001   ENTREPRENEURSHIP SMALL BUS MANGEMNT   MW    A. Romano             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   223   12/14 W 12pm

                                                                          COMMUNICATIONS
CO 201   001   CONTEMPORARY MASS MEDIA               MWR   S. Cameron           11:00-11:50    3   CALD   VIS   222   12/15 TH 9am
CO 210   007   BASIC TV PRODUCTION                    T    S. Cameron            4:20-6:50     3   CALD   VIS   222   12/13 TU 4:45pm
CO 215   001   PUBLIC SPEAKING                       TR    D. Yates              9:00-9:50     2   CALD   VIS   224   12/12 M 9am
CO 215   002   PUBLIC SPEAKING                        T    D. Yates             10:00-11:50    2   CALD   VIS   224   12/13 TU 9am
CO 215   003   PUBLIC SPEAKING                        F    D. Yates             10:00-12:00    2   CALD   VIS   224   12/16 F 9am
CO 230   001   COMMUNICATION SKILLS                  MWR   S. Cameron           10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS   224   12/14 W 9am
CO 230   002   COMMUNICATION SKILLS                  TR    S. Cameron            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   222   12/13 TU 2:30pm
CO 275   001   BROADCAST JOURNALISM                   T    R. Mann              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   VIS   224   12/15 TH 12pm
                                                      R                                                         222
CO 310   007   VIDEO EDITING                          W    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   STU   112   12/14 W 4:45pm
CO 350   001   RADIO BROADCASTING                    MW    R. Mann               1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   224   12/14 W 12pm
CO 420   001   SENIOR MEDIA SEMINAR                  MWR   R. Mann              10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS   222   12/14 W 9am




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      SUBJECT SEC         TITLE                                   DAY   INSTRUCTOR             TIME        CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM   EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                          COMPUTER SCIENCE
      CS 115     001      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    MWR   M. Voehl             10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   207   12/14 W 9am
      CS 115     002      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    MW    J. Kao                3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   205   12/12 M 2:30pm
      CS 115     003      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    TR    J. Kao               12:00-1:15     3   CALD   ALB   205   12/15 TH 12pm
      CS 115     004      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    TR    A. Toffler            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/13 TU 2:30pm
      CS 115     005      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    MW    J. Kao                4:20-5:40     3   CALD   ALB   205   12/14 W 4:45pm
      CS 115     006      INTRO COMP BASED SYS                    TR    J. Kao                1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   205   12/13 TU 2:30pm
      CS 195     009      COMPUTER PROGRAMMING I                   M    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   205   12/12 M 7pm
      CS 219     001      BUS SPREADSHEET APPL                    MWR   M. Voehl             11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   207   12/15 TH 12pm
      CS 219     002      BUS SPREADSHEET APPL                    MW    M. Voehl              3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/12 M 2:30pm
      CS 219     009      BUS SPREADSHEET APPL                     M    L. Qually             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/13 TU 9pm
      CS 225     001      PC OPERATING SYSTEMS                    TR    A. Toffler            3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/15 TH 2:30pm
      CS 327     009      INTERNET & ENTERPRISE SECURITY           W    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/14 W 7pm
      CS 355     009      WEB APPL USING ASP.NET                   T    A. Toffler            7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   207   12/13 TU 7pm

                                                                                          CRIMINAL JUSTICE
      CJ 201     001      INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                  TR    M. Reynolds           8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   211   12/13 TU 9am
      CJ 201     002      INTRO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                  TR    R. Grinc             12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   109   12/15 TH 12pm
      CJ 228     009      CYBERCRIME                               R    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   112   12/15 TH 7pm
      CJ 260     001      DOMESTIC & INTERNATION.TERRORISM        MWR   M. Reynolds          10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   211   12/14 W 9am
      CJ 290     001      INSTNL TRTMNT OFFENDER                  MWR   R. Grinc             11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   206   12/15 TH 9am
      CJ 430     009      CRIME & CRIMINAL LAW                     R    D. Cannella           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   109   12/15 TH 7pm

                                                                                            EDUCATION*
      ED 206     001      HIST&PHIL FOUND AM.ED&SCH CUR           MWF   L. Kalustian          9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   305   12/12 M 9am
      ED 206     009      HIST&PHIL FOUND AM.ED&SCH CUR            M    E. Ries               7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   207   12/12 M 7pm
      ED 331     001      INTRO TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILD              TR    D. Mutch             12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   207   12/15 TH 12pm
      ED 331     007      INTRO TO EXCEPTIONAL CHILD               W    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   109   12/14 W 4:45pm
      ED 333     001      CURR EAR CHLDHD ED                      MW    J. Jasmine            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   207   12/14 W 12pm
      ED 340     007      TEACH.READING - LANG ARTS ELEM ED        R    M. Renne              4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   109   12/15 TH 4:45pm
      ED 340     060      TEACH.READING - LANG ARTS ELEM ED        W    C. Warian             6:00-8:30     3   RVCC   TBA                           Off Campus
      ED 348     001      SECONDARY CONT AREA LRN & LITERACY      TR    F. DelVecchio        10:00-11:15    3   CALD   WER   305   TBA
      ED 351     007      ASSESSMENT ISSUES                        T    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   211   12/13 TU 4:45pm
      ED 360     060      BEH MNGMNT STRT INC & SELF-CON           R    Staff                 4:00-6:30     3   RVCC               TBA               Off Campus
      ED 380     007      SPECIALIZED READING INSTRUCTION          R    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   206   12/15 TH 4:45pm
      ED 409     009      METH:HLTH FOR NURSE                      R    J. Loschiavo          7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   211   12/15 TH 7pm
      ED 447     001      INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY                TR    E. Ries              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   305   12/15 TH 12pm
      ED 447     007      INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY                 W    W. Rush               4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   305   12/14 W 4:45pm
      ED 447     060      INSTRUCTIONAL TECHNOLOGY                 T    K. Godshall           3:30-6:00     3   RVCC               TBA               Off Campus
      ED 448E    001      INS DES I:MTH OF TEACH ELEM MATH        MW    R. Rosado             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   305   12/14 W 12pm
      ED 448E    060      INS DES I:MTH OF TEACH ELEM MATH         T    M. Saraco             4:00-6:30     3   RVCC               TBA               Off Campus
      ED 448S    007      INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN I:SECONDARY ED      W    E. Chernobilsky       4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   206   12/14 W 4:45pm
      ED 449E    007      INS DES II:MTH OF TCH EL SS AND SCI      M    E. Ries               4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   112   12/12 M 4:45pm
      ED 449E    060      INS DES II:MTH OF TCH EL SS AND SCI      T    Staff                 4:00-6:30     3   RVCC               TBA               Off Campus
      ED 449S    001      INSTRUCTIONAL DESIGN II:SEC EDU         MW    J. Jasmine           10:00-11:15    3   CALD   WER   305   12/14 W 9am
      ED 451     009      SCHOOL NURSING I                         T    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   AQU   105   12/13 TU 7pm
      ED 456B    001      SCH NURSE FIELD EXPERIENCE                                                        5   CALD                                 Division Approval Required
      ED 456C    001      SCH NURS/HEALTH FLD EXPER                                                         9   CALD                                 Division Approval Required
      ED 458     007      SCHOOL NURSE FIELD SEMINAR               R    J. Woop               4:20-6:50     1   CALD   VIS   225   TBA               Class meets on 9/8, 10/6, 11/3 & 12/1
      ED 470A    001      STUDENT TEACHING:K-5                          R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
      ED 470B    001      STUDENT TEACHING:K-12                         R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
      ED 470C    001      STUDENT TEACHING: K-5 & P-3                   R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
      ED 470D    001      STUD.TEACH:K-5 & (1 AREA 5-8)                 R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
      ED 470E    001      STUD.TEACH: K-5 & (2 AREAS 5-8)               R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
      ED 470F    001      STUD.TEACH:K-5,P-3 &( 1 AREA 5-8)             R. Rosado                           9   CALD                                 Field
     *Live Text software is required for all Education courses.
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 SUBJECT SEC         TITLE                                   DAY   INSTRUCTOR           TIME        CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM   EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                 EDUCATION* (CONTINUED)
 ED 470G    001      STUD.TEACH:K-5,P-3 &( 2 AREAS 5-8)            R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470H    001      STUDENT TEACHING (K-12),(K-5)                 R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470I    001      STUD TEACH:K-5,P-3 & SPECIAL ED               R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470J    001      STUD TEACH:K-5 & SPECIAL ED                   R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470K    001      STUD TEACH: K-12 & SPECIAL ED                 R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470L    001      STUD TEACH:K-5,P-3,K-12 &SPECIAL ED           R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 470M    001      STUD TEACH:K-5, K-12, & SPECIAL ED            R. Rosado                         9   CALD                                 Field
 ED 475     009      STUDENT TEACH SEMINAR                    T    G. Castucci         7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   129   12/13 TU 7pm
 ED 475     010      STUDENT TEACH SEMINAR                    T    E. Ries             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   202   12/13 TU 7pm
 ED 475     011      STUDENT TEACH SEMINAR                    T    J. Jasmine          7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   302   12/12 TU 7pm
 ED 475     012      STUDENT TEACH SEMINAR                    T    T. Reilly-Lawson    7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   211   12/13 TU 7pm
*Live Text software is required for all Education courses.

                                                                                        ENGLISH
 DR 102     001      GREAT DRAMA IN PERFORMANCE              TR    M. Lindroth         1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALU   THE   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 EN 101     001      COLLEGE WRITING                         MWF   A. Hilberth         9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   202   12/12 M 9am       Freshman Connect Only
 EN 101     002      COLLEGE WRITING                         TR    A. Hilberth        12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   202   2/15 TH 12pm      Freshman Connect Only
 EN 101     003      COLLEGE WRITING                         TR    A. Hilberth         1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   202   12/13 TU 2:30pm   Freshman Connect Only
 EN 101     004      COLLEGE WRITING                         MWF   M. Miller           1:00-1:50     3   CALD   WER   109   12/14 W 12pm      Freshman Connect Only
 EN 101     005      COLLEGE WRITING                         MWR   M. Lally           10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   109   12/14 W 9am       Non Freshman Connect
 EN 111     001      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     TR    B. Brady            8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   203   12/13 TU 9am
 EN 111     002      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MWR   C. Lindroth        11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   202   12/15 TH 9am
 EN 111     003      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MWF   C. Lindroth         1:00-1:50     3   CALD   WER   202   12/14 W 12pm
 EN 111     004      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     TR    P. Verrone         12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   215   12/15 TH 12pm
 EN 111     005      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MWR   M. Susman          10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   215   12/14 W 9am
 EN 111     006      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MW    M. Susman           3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   215   12/12 M 2:30pm
 EN 111     010      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                      T    P. Smeraldo        10:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   112   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                              F                       11:00-11:50
 EN 111     011      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     TR    S. Miller           3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   109   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 EN 111     012      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MWF   D. Whelan           9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   109   12/12 M 9am
 EN 111     013      LITERARY TYPE/THEME                     MWR   Staff              11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   207   12/15 TH 9am
 EN 119     001      ADV.COMPOSITION I                       TR    Staff               3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   206   12/15 TH 2:30pm   Non-Native Speakers
 EN 125     001      ADV.GRAMMAR II                          TR    C. Demas            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   206   12/13 TU 2:30pm   Non-Native Speakers
 EN 140     001      CURRENT TOPICS IN AMERICAN CULTURE      TR    Staff              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   ALB   206   12/15 TH 12pm     Non-Native Speakers
 EN 222     009      LITERATURE & LAW                         T    S. Miller           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   303   12/13 TU 7pm
 EN 240     001      INTRO TO POETRY                          T    M. Miller          10:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   109   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                              F                       11:00-11:50
 EN 301     001      MASTERPIECES OF WESTERN LITERATURE      MWR   P. Verrone         11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   215   12/15 TH 9am
 EN 301     009      MASTERPIECES OF WESTERN LITERATURE       W    M. Miller           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   303   12/14 W 7pm
 EN 305     001      AMERICAN LITERATURE                     MWR   C. Lindroth        10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   202   12/14 W 9am
 EN 317     001      LITERARY CRITICISM                      MW    C. Lindroth         3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   203   12/12 M 2:30pm
 EN 320     001      WRITING POWER                           MW    M. Lindroth         3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   109   12/12 M 2:30pm
 EN 320     008      WRITING POWER                           TR    M. Ladany           4:20-5:35     3   CALD   WER   203   12/13 TU 4:45pm
 EN 335     001      TEACH.WRIT.:THEORY & PRACTICE           MW    P. Verrone          1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   203   12/14 W 12pm
 EN 405     001      MEDIEVAL LITERATURE                     TR    B. Brady            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   203   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 EN 406     009      CREATIVE WRITING                         R    B. Brady            7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   203   12/15 TH 7pm
 EN 409     007      MODERN POETRY                           MW    M. Susman           4:20-5:35     3   CALD   WER   303   12/14 W 4:45pm
 EN 410     001      ENGLISH SEMINAR                         TR    M. Lindroth         8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   109   12/13 TU 9am
 EN 420     001      HIS/STRUCT ENG LANG                     MW    B. Brady            8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   203   12/12 M 9am

                                                                                      GEOGRAPHY
 GY 335     001      WORLD GEOGRAPHY                         MW    S. Weber            1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   209   12/14 W 12pm




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                              FALL               • undergraduate course offerings (continued)
     SUBJECT SEC    TITLE                              DAY   INSTRUCTOR          TIME       CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM    EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                HISTORY
     HI 101   001   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 MWR   M. Mullaney      10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   305    12/14 W 9am
     HI 101   002   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 MWR   M. Mullaney      11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   302    12/15 TH 9am
     HI 101   003   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 TR    W. Lipkin         3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   209    12/15 TH 2:30pm
     HI 101   004   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 TR    W. Lipkin         1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   209    12/13 TU 2:30pm
     HI 101   005   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 MWF   Staff             1:00-12:15    3   CALD   VIS   203    12/14 W 12pm      Freshman Connect only
     HI 101   006   WESTERN HERITAGE I                 MWF   Staff             2:00-2:50     3   CALD   VIS   203    12/16 F 12pm      Freshman Connect only
     HI 102   001   WEST HERITAGE II                   MWR   W. Barnhart      10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   209    12/14 W 9am
     HI 102   002   WEST HERITAGE II                   MWR   W. Barnhart      11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   209    12/15 TH 9am
     HI 102   003   WEST HERITAGE II                    T    R. Roemer        10:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   209    12/13 TU 12pm
                                                        F                     11:00-11:50
     HI 203   001   GROW OF AMER NAT.I                 MW    W. Barnhart       3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   209    12/12 M 2:30pm
     HI 328   009   WORLD WAR I                         T    B. Lammers        7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   101    12/13 TU 7pm
     HI 333   001   HIST/POL OF AFRICA                 MW    B. Lammers        1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   305    12/14 W 12pm
     HI 440   001   RECENT AMERICA                     TR    M. Mullaney       12:00-1:15    3   CALD   ALB   305    12/15 TH 12pm
     HI 492   001   RESEARCH SEMINAR                   TR    M. Mullaney       1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   305    12/13 TU 2:30pm

                                                                             MATHEMATICS
     MA 085   001   BASIC MATH.TECH                    MWF   Staff             9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   302    12/12 M 9am
     MA 085   003   BASIC MATH.TECH                    MWF   L. Golovin        1:00-1:50     3   CALD   WER   302    12/14 W 12pm
     MA 085   004   BASIC MATH.TECH                    MWF   L. Golovin        2:00-2:50     3   CALD   WER   302    12/16 F 12pm
     MA 090   001   BASIC ALGEBRA SKILLS               TR    J. Burke          9:00-9:50     3   CALD   VIS   225    12/13 TU 9am
                                                        F                     10:00-10:50
     MA 090   002   BASIC ALGEBRA SKILLS               MWR   Staff            10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   302    12/14 W 9am
     MA 090   004   BASIC ALGEBRA SKILLS               MWF   Staff             1:00-1:50     3   CALD   WER   303    12/14 W 12pm
     MA 090   005   BASIC ALGEBRA SKILLS               TRF   J. Burke         12:00-12:50    3   CALD   VIS   225    12/15 TH 12pm
     MA 090   006   BASIC ALGEBRA SKILLS               MWF   Staff             2:00-2:50     3   CALD   WER   303    12/16 F 12pm
     MA 112   002   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS               TR    I. Leopold        12:00-1:15    3   CALD   WER   303    12/15 TH 12pm
     MA 112   003   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS               TR    P. Sime           8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   302    12/13 TU 9am
     MA 112   005   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS               MW    G. Haweeny        8:30-9:45     3   CALD   AQU   107    12/12 M 9am
     MA 112   006   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS               MWR   G. Haweeny       11:00-11:50    3   CALD   AQU   107    12/15 TH 9am
     MA 112   009   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS                T    Staff             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   AQU   107    12/13 TU 7pm      CE Only
     MA 116   001   EXPLORATIONS OF MATHEMATICS        MWR   P. Hayden        11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   107    12/15 TH 9am
     MA 116   007   EXPLORATIONS OF MATHEMATICS         W    R. Rosado         4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   211    12/14 W 4:45pm
     MA 117   001   MATHEMATICAL PERSPECTIVES          TR    P. Hayden         3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   107    12/15 TH 2:30pm
     MA 120   001   APP MATH/BUS&SOC.SC                TR    P. Garruto        8:30-9:45     3   CALD   ALB   206    12/13 TU 9am
     MA 130   001   FOUND OF ANALYSIS I                MW    P. Garruto        8:30-9:45     3   CALD   ALB   206    12/12 M 9am
     MA 130   002   FOUND OF ANALYSIS I                MWR   P. Garruto       10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   206    12/14 W 9am
     MA 130   003   FOUND OF ANALYSIS I                MWR   P. Garruto       11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   206    12/15 TH 9am
     MA 207   001   APPL.OF STATISTICS I               TR    I. Leopold        8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   303    12/13 TU 9am
     MA 220   001   CALCULUS I                         MW    M. Juliano        8:10-9:50     4   CALD   VIS   225    12/12 M 9am
     MA 220   002   CALCULUS I                         MW    M. Juliano       10:00-11:50    4   CALD   VIS   225    12/14 W 9am
     MA 309   001   FOUNDATIONS OF MATH                TR    P. Sime           1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   302    12/13 TU 2:30pm
     MA 311   001   PROBABILITY & STATISTICS I         TR    P. Sime           12:00-1:15    3   CALD   WER   302    12/15 TH 12pm
     MA 313   001   MATH APPLICATIONS-DIGITAL TECH I    T    M. Juliano        8:30-11:00    3   CALD   VIS   113L   12/13 TU 9am
     MA 324   001   CALCULUS III                       MW    M. Juliano        1:00-2:50     4   CALD   VIS   225    12/14 W 12pm
     MA 420   001   ABSTRACT ALGEBRA                   MW    P. Sime           8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   303    12/12 M 9am
     MA 450   001   COORDINATING SEMINAR                R    P. Sime          10:00-10:50    1   CALD   WER   303    TBA

                                                                           MODERN LANGUAGES
     AS 101   007   AMERICAN SIGN LANGUAGE I           MW    Staff             5:40-6:55     3   CALD   ALB   101    12/14 W 4:45pm
     FR 101   001   ELEM FRENCH I                      MWR   I. Genest        11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   324    12/15 TH 9am
     FR 201   001   INTERM FRENCH I                    MWR   I. Genest        10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   324    12/14 W 9am
     FR 351   001   FRENCH FOR THE GLOBAL WORKPLACE    MW    I. Genest         1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   215    12/14 W 12pm
     FR 420   009   TEACHING WORLD LANGUAGES            R    P. Rucinski       7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   202    12/15 TH 7pm
     IT 101   001   ELEM ITALIAN I                     MWR   S. Weber         10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   307    12/14 W 9am

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                                 FALL        • undergraduate course offerings (continued)
 SUBJECT SEC        TITLE                                   DAY      INSTRUCTOR               TIME        CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM      EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                         MODERN LANGUAGES (CONTINUED)
 IT 101    002      ELEM ITALIAN I                         MWR       S. Weber               11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB      307   12/15 TH 9am
 IT 201    001      INTER ITALIAN I                          TR      A. Violante             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS      225   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 SP 101    001      ELEM. SPANISH I                          T       L. Scarduffa           10:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB      305   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                             F                              11:00-11:50
 SP 101    002      ELEM. SPANISH I                          TR      A. Violante             3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS      225   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 SP 102    001      ELEM SPANISH II                          TR      J. Fraga                9:00-9:50     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/13 TU 9am
                                                              F                             10:00-10:50
 SP 102    002      ELEM SPANISH II                          TR      F. Obregon              1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB      306   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 SP 105    001      SPAN.:MED.PERSONNEL                      TR      F. Obregon              3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB      306   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 SP 115    001      HISPANIC CULTURE: PAST & PRESENT         T       J. Fraga               10:00-11:50    3   CALD   VIS      203   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                             F                              11:00-11:50
 SP 115    015      HISPANIC CULTURE: PAST & PRESENT         S       M. McNamee             9:00-11:30     3   CALD   WER      112   12/17 S 9am
 SP 201    001      INTERM SPANISH I                         TR      C. Stroud               1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER      129   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 SP 201    002      INTERM SPANISH I                         TR      C. Stroud               3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER      129   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 SP 321    001      ADV SPAN GRAM I                          TR      J. Fraga                1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER      303   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 SP 403    001      SPAN-AMER LIT                            TR      C. Stroud              12:00-1:15     3   CALD   AQU      103   12/15 TH 12pm
 SP 420    009      TEACHING WORLD LANGUAGES                 R       P. Rucinski             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER      202   12/15 TH 7pm

                                                                                                MUSIC
 MU 100E   001      VOICE CLASS FOR NON-MAJORS               F       L. Greenwald           11:00-11:50    1   CALD   VIS      202   TBA               Fee Required
 MU 100K 001        GUITAR CLASS FOR NON-MAJORS              F       J. Rubin               12:00-12:50    1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA               Fee Required
 MU 101E   001      APP.MUSIC:VOICE CLASS                    F       L. Greenwald           10:00-10:50    1   CALD   VIS      202   TBA               Fee Required
 MU 101F   001      APP.MUS.PIANO CLASS                      F       N. Childress Orchard    1:00-1:50     1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA               Fee Required
 MU 101K 001        APPLIED MUSIC:GUITAR CLASS               F       J. Rubin               10:00-10:50    1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA               No Fee Required
 MU 103    001      THEORY I                               MWF       N. Childress Orchard    9:00-9:50     3   CALD   VIS      202   12/12 M 9am
 MU 118    001      SIGHT SING/EAR TRAIN I                   TR      G. Wramage             12:00-12:50    1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA
 MU 122    001      LANGUAGE OF MUSIC                      MWR       R. Middleton           10:00-10:50    3   CALD   VIS      203   12/14 W 9am
 MU 122    002      LANGUAGE OF MUSIC                        TR      G. Wramage              1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 MU 122    009      LANGUAGE OF MUSIC                         T      T. Charsky              7:00-9:30     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/13 TU 7pm
 MU 122    025      LANGUAGE OF MUSIC (WI)                   TR      R. Vega                12:00-1:15     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/15 TH 12pm     Writing Intensive
 MU 125    001      COLLEGE CHOIR                            TR      L. Greenwald            1:30-2:45     1   CALD   VIS      202   12/13 TU 2:30pm   Audition
 MU 126    001      KEYBOARD HARMONY I                      MW       N. Childress Orchard 11:00-11:50      1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA
 MU 130    001      OPERA/MUSICAL THEATRE WORKSHOP           TR      L. Greenwald            3:00-4:15     1   CALD   VIS      202   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 MU 135    001      WIND ENSEMBLE                            M       R. Vega                 7:00-8:30     1   CALD   VIS      203   TBA               Audition
                                                             TR                              9:00-9:50                         202
 MU 140    001      JAZZ ENSEMBLE                           MW       R. Middleton            3:00-4:15     1   CALD   VIS      202   12/12 M 2:30pm    Audition
 MU 141    001      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                         M       R. Vega                 5:30-6:30     0   CALD   VIS      203   TBA               Flute Ensemble - Audition
 MU 141    002      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                         M       M. Morden               5:30-6:30     0   CALD   ALU      THE   TBA               Brass Ensemble - Audition
 MU 141    003      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                         W       A. Bocchino             4:30-5:30     0   CALD   VIS      202   TBA               Percussion Ensemble - Audition
 MU 141    004      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                         F       J. Rubin               11:00-11:50    0   CALD   VIS      220   TBA               Guitar Ensemble - Audition
 MU 141    005      CHAMBER ENSEMBLE                          T      M. Maliszewski          5:00-6:00     0   CALD   VIS      202   TBA               String Ensemble - Audition
 MU 203    001      THEORY III                             MWR       R. Middleton           11:00-11:50    3   CALD   VIS      202   12/15 TH 9am
 MU 218    001      SIGHT SINGING/EAR TRAIN III             MW       L. Greenwald           10:00-10:50    1   CALD   VIS      220   12/14 W 9am
 MU 225    001      PERFORMANCE CLASS                       MW       N. Childress Orchard    1:00-1:50     0   CALD   VIS      202   12/14 W 12pm      Audition
 MU 226    001      KEYBOARD HARMONY III                    MW       N. Childress Orchard    2:00-2:50     1   CALD   VIS      220   TBA
 MU 245    001      MUSIC FUNDAMENTALS FOR ELEM TEACHER      TR      T. Charsky              3:00-4:15     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 MU 318    007      HISTORY & LITERATURE OF MUSIC I          TR      J. Orchard              5:40-6:55     3   CALD   VIS      203   12/13 TU 4:45pm
 MU 408    007      INSTR TECH:BRASS                         W       M. Morden               4:20-5:35     1   CALD   VIS      203   TBA               Fee Required
 MU 434    001      CHORAL REHEARSAL TECHNIQUES              TR      L. Greenwald           12:00-12:50    2   CALD   VIS      202   12/15 TH 12pm
 MU 438    001      INSTRUMENTAL REHEARSAL TECHNIQUES         T      R. Vega                10:00-11:50    2   CALD   VIS      202   12/13 TU 12pm
Applied Music Lessons for Non-Majors: MU 100 courses provide private instruction on piano, instrument, voice or composition.
Please see the department chair for registration instruction (1 cr). Lesson fee required. Full course listing online.
Applied Music Lessons for Majors: MU 101-402 courses provide private instruction on piano, instrument, voice or composition.
Please see the department chair for registration instruction (1 cr). Lesson fee required.




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     SUBJECT SEC    TITLE                                 DAY   INSTRUCTOR              TIME       CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM   EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                       NURSING
     NU 301   001   FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING               TBA   Staff                    TBA        6   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA
     NU 303   001   HEALTH & CULTURAL ASSESSMENT          TBA   Staff                    TBA        5   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA
     NU 305   001   PATHOPHYSIOLOGY                       TBA   Staff                    TBA        4   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA
     NU 411   001   PARENT CHILD/PEDIATRIC/MENTAL HLTH    TBA   Staff                    TBA        8   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA
     NU 413   001   HEALTHCARE POLICY & FINANCE IN NURS   TBA   Staff                    TBA        3   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA
     NU 415   001   MANAGEMENT & LEADERSHIP               TBA   Staff                    TBA        4   MSH    TBA   TBA   TBA

                                                                                     PHILOSOPHY
     PH 102   001   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                   MWR   M. Adams             10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   112   12/14 W 9am
     PH 102   002   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                    T    J. Flynn             10:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   215   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                           F                         11:00-11:50
     PH 102   003   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                   TR    E. Manchester         1:30-2:45     3   CALD   AQU   105   12/13 TU 2:30pm
     PH 102   004   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                   TR    J. Flynn              3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   215   12/15 TH 2:30pm
     PH 102   005   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                    W    E. Manchester         4:20-6:50     3   CALD   AQU   105   12/14 W 4:45pm
     PH 202   001   LOGIC                                 TR    J. Flynn              1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   215   12/13 TU 2:30pm
     PH 205   001   THOMISTIC PHILOSOPHY                  TR    E. Manchester         12:00-1:15    3   CALD   AQU   105   12/15 TH 12pm
     PH 230   009   ETHICS                                 W    J. Flynn              7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   206   12/14 W 7pm
     PH 240   025   METAPHYSICS (WI)                      MW    M. Adams              1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   112   12/14 W 12pm      Writing Intensive

                                                                                 POLITICAL SCIENCE
     PO 125   001   UNDERSTANDING THE POLITICAL WORLD     TR    D. Maffei             12:00-1:15    3   CALD   WER   206   12/15 TH 12pm
     PO 225   001   AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                   MW    D. Maffei             8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   206   12/12 M 9am
     PO 328   001   ETHNIC POLITICS                       TR    D. Maffei             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   206   12/13 TU 2:30pm
     PO 330   001   AMER.LEGAL SYSTEM                      T    V. Rich              10:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   202   12/13 TU 12pm
                                                           F                         11:00-11:50
     PO 362   001   INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS               TR    D. Maffei             8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   206   12/13 TU 9am

                                                                                     PSYCHOLOGY
     PS 150   001   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I                  TR    Staff                 12:00-1:15    3   CALD   WER   324   12/15 TH 12pm
     PS 150   002   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I                  TR    Staff                 1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   324   12/13 TU 2:30pm
     PS 207   001   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II                 MW    Staff                 8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   316   12/12 M 9am
     PS 207   060   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II                       S. Maret                            3   UCC                                  Off Campus
     PS 208   001   PSYCH STATISTICS                      MW    L. Farina             3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   320   12/12 M 2:30pm
     PS 208   009   PSYCH STATISTICS                       R    L. Farina             7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   316   12/15 TH 7pm
     PS 209   001   PRENATAL AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY        MWR   Staff                10:00-10:50    3   CALD   WER   316   12/14 W 9am
     PS 209   009   PRENATAL AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY         T    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   316   12/13 TU 7pm
     PS 211   001   CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                      MW    Staff                 8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   324   12/12 M 9am
     PS 211   002   CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                      MWR   Staff                11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   316   12/15 TH 9am
     PS 211   009   CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                       M    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   316   12/12 M 7pm
     PS 216   001   ADOLESCENT PSYCH                      TR    Staff                 8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   324   12/13 TU 9am
     PS 216   007   ADOLESCENT PSYCH                       R    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   316   12/15 TH 4:45pm
     PS 232   001   PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY              F    S. Maret              9:00-11:40    3   CALD   WER   324   12/16 F 9am
     PS 232   007   PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY              T    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   316   12/13 TU 4:45pm
     PS 235   007   PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN                    M    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   316   12/12 M 4:45pm
     PS 261   001   INTERPERS. RELATIONSHIPS              MW    J. Pedoto             3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   316   12/12 M 2:30pm
     PS 275   007   OVERVIEW OF AUTISM                     W    Staff                 4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   316   12/14 W 4:45pm
     PS 309   001   PSYCHOPATHOLOGY                       MW    J. Pedoto             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   316   12/14 W 12pm
     PS 313   009   COUNSEL PSYCHOLOGY                     R    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   324   12/15 TH 7pm
     PS 323   001   SENSATION & PERCEPTION                TR    L. Pereira-Pasarin    12:00-1:15    3   CALD   WER   316   12/15 TH 12pm
     PS 325   001   PHIL & HIST TRENDS IN PSYCHOLOGY      TR    L. Pereira-Pasarin    1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   316   12/13 TU 2:30pm
     PS 325   009   PHIL & HIST TRENDS IN PSYCHOLOGY       W    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   324   12/14 W 7pm
     PS 328   001   PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING                MW    L. Farina             1:30-2:45     3   CALD   WER   324   12/14 W 12pm
     PS 330   001   PSYCHOLOGY OF ADDICTION               TR    Staff                 3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   316   12/15 TH 2:30pm
     PS 402   001   EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY               TR    L. Pereira-Pasarin    8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   316   12/13 TU 9am
     PS 402   009   EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                T    Staff                 7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   324   12/13 TU 7pm


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 SUBJECT SEC        TITLE                                 DAY   INSTRUCTOR        TIME        CRED LOC    BLDG ROOM   EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                SCHOLARS*
 SC 346    001      ART AND VISUAL CULTURE OF THE 1960s   MW    J. Noonan        1:30-2:45     3   CALD   VIS   125   12/14 W 12pm
 SC 369    001      ETHICAL ISSUES                        MWR   M. Adams        11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   112   12/15 TH 9am      By Permission Only
 SC 405    001      HONORS PROJECT                              W. Barnhart                    3   CALD                                 By Permission Only
*Courses open to Caldwell College students only.

                                                                                  SCIENCE
 BI 101    001      GEN BIOLOGY I                         TR    E. Zappi         8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   129   12/13 TU 9am
 BI 101L   001      GEN BIOLOGY I LAB                      T    Staff            2:00-4:30     1   CALD   ALB   102   TBA
 BI 101L   002      GEN BIOLOGY I LAB                      R    Staff            2:00-4:30     1   CALD   ALB   102   TBA
 BI 103    001      BIO PRINCIPLES                        MW    Staff            8:30-9:45     2   CALD   AQU   103   12/14 W 9am
 BI 103L   007      BIO PRINC LAB                          M    Staff            4:20-6:00     2   CALD   ALB   102   TBA
 BI 103L   009      BIO PRINC LAB                          M    Staff            7:00-8:40     2   CALD   ALB   102   TBA
 BI 106    001      ECOLOGY                               TR    E. Zappi        12:00-1:15     3   CALD   ALB   101   12/15 TH 12pm
 BI 106    009      ECOLOGY                                R    M. Castronova    7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   101   12/15 TH 7pm
 BI 110    001      THE HUMAN BODY                        MW    Staff            3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   305   12/12 M 2:30pm
 BI 203    001      HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I          MWR   M. Kenney       11:00-11:50    3   CALD   ALB   101   12/15 TH 9am
 BI 203L   001      HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I LAB       W    Staff            1:30-4:00     1   CALD   ALB   208   TBA
 BI 207    001      VERT.ANAT&PHYS.I-MACROANATOMY         MWR   M. Kenney       10:00-10:50    3   CALD   ALB   101   12/14 W 9am
 BI 207L   001      VERT.ANAT/PHYS LAB I                   T    Staff            1:30-4:00     1   CALD   ALB   208   TBA
 BI 207L   002      VERT.ANAT/PHYS LAB I                   R    Staff            1:30-4:00     1   CALD   ALB   208   TBA
 BI 212    001      BIOSTATISTICS                          M    M. Kenney        1:00-1:50     1   CALD   ALB   101   TBA
 BI 305    001      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY                 TR    M. Kenney        1:30-2:45     3   CALD   ALB   302   12/13 TU 2:30pm
 BI 305L   001      ENVIRONMENTAL BIO LAB                 TR    M. Kenney       12:00-1:15     1   CALD   ALB   208   12/15 TH 12pm
 BI 315    001      MICROBIOLOGY                          TR    E. Zappi         5:40-6:30     2   CALD   ALB   206   TBA
 BI 315L   001      MICROBIOLOGY LAB                       W    E. Zappi         2:00-4:00     2   CALD   ALB   201   TBA
                                                           F                    9:00-11:00
 CH 110    001      PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY               MW    Staff            3:00-4:15     3   CALD   WER   129   12/12 M 2:30pm
 CH 110L   001      PRINCIPLES OF CHEMISTRY LAB            M    Staff            4:30-7:00     1   CALD   ALB   306   TBA
 CH 111    001      GEN CHEMISTRY I                       MWF   A. Scimone       9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   129   12/12 M 9am
 CH 111L   001      GEN CHEMISTRY I LAB                    T    A. Scimone       2:00-4:30     1   CALD   ALB   201   TBA
 CH 111L   002      GEN CHEMISTRY I LAB                    R    R. Casani        2:00-4:30     1   CALD   ALB   201   TBA
 CH 203    001      ORGANIC CHEM I                        MW    A. Scimone       8:15-9:55     4   CALD   ALB   302   TBA
 CH 203L   001      ORGANIC CHEM I LAB                     F    A. Scimone      8:20-11:40     1   CALD   ALB   306   TBA
 CH 203L   002      ORGANIC CHEM I LAB                     F    R. Casani       12:00-3:20     1   CALD   ALB   306   TBA
 CH 403    001      PHYSICAL CHEM I                        M    A. Scimone       2:00-2:50     3   CALD   ALB   302   TBA
                                                           T                    10:00-11:40
 CH 413    001      SPECTROSCOPIC DETERMINATION           MWF   A. Scimone       1:00-2:00     3   CALD   ALB   206   12/14 W 12pm
 NP 341    001      SCI.DEPT.SEMINAR                       W    E. Zappi         1:00-1:50     1   CALD   ALB   302   TBA
 PY 101    001      SURVEY/ PHYSICAL SCI                  TR    W. Straus        3:00-4:15     3   CALD   ALB   305   12/15 TH 2:30pm
 PY 101    009      SURVEY/ PHYSICAL SCI                   T    W. Straus        7:00-9:30     3   CALD   ALB   302   12/13 TU 7pm
 PY 201    001      GEN PHYSICS I                          M    D. Byrne         2:00-2:50     3   CALD   ALB   206   TBA
                                                           T                    10:00-11:40
 PY 201L   001      GEN PHYSICS I LAB                      M    D. Byrne        10:00-12:30    1   CALD   ALB   202   TBA
 PY 201L   002      GEN PHYSICS I LAB                      M    D. Byrne         3:00-5:30     1   CALD   ALB   202   TBA

                                                                                SOCIOLOGY
 SO 101    001      INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY I                  MW    R. Grinc         8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   112   12/12 M 9am
 SO 101    002      INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY I                  TR    M. Reynolds     12:00-1:15     3   CALD   WER   211   12/15 TH 12pm
 SO 101    007      INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY I                   M    T. Reboli        4:20-6:50     3   CALD   WER   109   12/12 M 4:45pm
 SO 231    001      SOCIOLOGY OF POVERTY                  MW    M. Reynolds      8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   211   12/12 M 9am
 SO 323    009      SOC.OF RAC/CULT GRPS                   M    T. Reboli        7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   109   12/12 M 7pm
 SO 330    001      SOC.MARRIAGE/FAMILY                   TR    R. Bar           9:00-9:50     3   CALD   WER   202   12/13 TU 9am
                                                           F                    10:00-10:50
 SO 334    001      SOC.OF MEDICINE                       MWR   Y. Cai          11:00-11:50    3   CALD   WER   109   12/15 TH 9am
 SO 335    001      CRIMINOLOGY                           TR    R. Grinc         8:30-9:45     3   CALD   WER   112   12/13 TU 9am
 SO 344    009      METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH I           R    R. Bar           7:00-9:30     3   CALD   WER   320   12/15 TH 7pm
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                                    FALL            • undergraduate course offerings (continued)
      SUBJECT SEC        TITLE                                    DAY      INSTRUCTOR               TIME       CRED LOC     BLDG ROOM      EXAM              COMMENT

                                                                                         SOCIOLOGY (CONTINUED)
      SO 346    001      METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH II            TR       Y. Cai                 12:00-1:15    3    CALD   WER   203      12/15 TH 12pm
      SO 360    007      SOCIOLOGY OF SPORT                        T       Y. Cai                 4:20-6:50     3    CALD   WER   109      12/13 TU 4:45pm

                                                                                                  THEOLOGY
      TH 101    001      GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION                TR       B. Krug                9:00-9:50     3    CALD   ALB   101      12/13 TU 9am
                                                                   F                             10:00-10:50
      TH 101    002      GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION               MWR       B. Moore              10:00-10:50    3    CALD   AQU   105      12/14 W 9am
      TH 101    003      GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION               MWR       B. Moore              11:00-11:50    3    CALD   AQU   105      12/15 TH 9am
      TH 101    004      GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION                 T       B. Krug               10:00-11:50    3    CALD   ALB   101      12/13 TU 12pm
                                                                   F                             11:00-11:50
      TH 101    009      GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION                 T       B. Topping             7:00-9:30     3    CALD   AQU   103      12/13 TU 7pm
      TH 102    001      INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY             MWF       C. Carr                2:00-2:50     3    CALD   AQU   103      12/16 F 12pm
      TH 102    002      INTRO TO CHRISTIAN THEOLOGY              MW       C. Carr                3:00-4:15     3    CALD   AQU   103      12/12 M 2:30pm
      TH 201    001      CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY                MWR       C. Carr               10:00-10:50    3    CALD   AQU   103      12/14 W 9am
      TH 201    002      CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY                MWR       C. Carr               11:00-11:50    3    CALD   AQU   103      12/15 TH 9am
      TH 201    009      CHRISTIAN RESPONSIBILITY                  T       L. Pristas             7:00-9:30     3    CALD   WER   109      12/13 TU 7pm
      TH 209    001      CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CONSC                   TR       B. Krug                1:30-2:45     3    CALD   ALB   101      12/13 TU 2:30pm
      TH 209    002      CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CONSC                   TR       B. Krug                3:00-4:15     3    CALD   ALB   101      12/15 TH 2:30pm
      TH 215    001      CHRIST. BIOM. ETHICS                     TR       L. Pristas             12:00-1:15    3    CALD   WER   112      12/15 TH 12pm
      TH 303    001      AMER CATH EXPERIEN                       MW       B. Moore               1:30-2:45     3    CALD   AQU   105      12/14 W 12pm
      TH 303    002      AMER CATH EXPERIEN                       TR       B. Moore               3:00-4:15     3    CALD   AQU   105      12/15 TH 2:30pm
      TH 371    001      CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY                   TR       L. Pristas             1:30-2:45     3    CALD   WER   112      12/13 TU 2:30pm
      TH 371    009      CHRISTIAN SPIRITUALITY                    W       L. Pristas             7:00-9:30     3    CALD   WER   109      12/14 W 7pm


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                                                                       ADULT UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS
                                                                                                 ONLINE*
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      SUBJECT     SEC       TITLE                                            INSTRUCTOR                             CRED                COURSE DATES            COMMENT

                                                                                                   BUSINESS
      BU 110      500       BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                          Hess, Philip                            3                  8/29/11 – 12/17/11      Online Course

                                                                                            COMPUTER SCIENCE
      CS 219      500       BUSINESS SPREADSHEET APPL                        Voehl, Mary                             3                  8/29/11 – 12/17/11      Online Course

                                                                                                   ENGLISH
      EN 111      500       LITERARY TYPE/THEME                              Verrone, Patricia                       3                  8/29/11 – 12/17/11      Online Course

                                                                                                 PSYCHOLOGY
      PS 150      500       GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I                             Maret, Stephen                          3                  8/29/11 – 12/17/11      Online Course

                                                                                                 SOCIOLOGY
      SO 101      500       INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY I                             Bar, Rosann                             3                  8/29/11 – 12/17/11      Online Course

     *All External Degree and Online Courses will incur a $75 Distance Education Fee




                                                                           Save the Date!
                                                                                A DAY OF SERVICE
                                                                       Celebrating the life of Martin de Porres
                                                                                        Friday, April 29, 2011
                                                                        Please mark your calendar and syllabus!
                                                                        All classes will be cancelled on that day.
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                    FALL                 • adult undergraduate course offerings
                                         ACCELERATED Course Schedule: SESSION A
                                                              ONLY OPEN TO
                                                 ADULT UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE STUDENTS
                                                          September 10, 2011 – October 22, 2011
                             Last Day to Add/Drop: September 17, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: September 24, 2011
 SUBJECT SEC     TITLE                                    DAY         INSTRUCTOR              TIME              CRED          LOC       BLDG               ROOM            EXAM

                                                                                           BUSINESS
 BU 208   065    INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS              S          A. Romano             8:00-12:30             3          CALD       VIS                226            10/22 S 8am
 BU 211   065    ACCOUNTING I                              S          J. Mezquita           8:00-12:30             3          CALD       VIS                225            10/22 S 8am

                                                                                  COMPUTER SCIENCE
 CS 115   065    INTRO COMP BASED SYS                      S          L. Qually             8:00-12:30             3          CALD       ALB                205            10/22 S 8am

                                                                                            MUSIC
 MU 122   065    LANGUAGE OF MUSIC                         S          M. Gribbroek          8:00-12:30             3          CALD       VIS                203            10/22 S 8am

                                                                                     PHILOSOPHY
 PH 102   065    INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                       S          M. Adams              9:00-11:30             3          CALD       WER                109            10/22 S 9am

                                                                                     PSYCHOLOGY
 PS 150   065    GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I (WI)                 S          L. Pereira-Pasarin    9:00-11:30             3          CALD       WER                316            10/22 S 9am

                                                                                      SOCIOLOGY
 SO 231   065    SOCIOLOGY OF POVERTY                      S          Staff                 8:00-12:30             3          CALD       ALB                101            10/22 S 8am




                                         ACCELERATED Course Schedule: SESSION B
                                                              ONLY OPEN TO
                                                 ADULT UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE STUDENTS
                                                          October 29, 2011 – December 17, 2011
      No classes: November 26, 2011 • Last Day to Add/Drop: November 5, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 12, 2011
 SUBJECT SEC     TITLE                                    DAY         INSTRUCTOR              TIME              CRED          LOC       BLDG               ROOM            EXAM

                                                                                           BUSINESS
 BU 110   066    BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS                   S          P. Hess               8:00-12:30             3          CALD       ALB                207            12/17 S 8am
 BU 212   066    ACCOUNTING II                             S          J. Mezquita           8:00-12:30             3          CALD       VIS                225            12/17 S 8am

                                                                                  CRIMINAL JUSTICE
 CJ 390   066    U.S.COURTS STRUC:FUNCTIONING              S          Staff                 8:00-12:30             3          CALD       ALB                101            12/17 S 8am




                                     PRIOR LEARNING ASSESSMENT WORKSHOPS
                                                              ONLY OPEN TO
                                                 ADULT UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE STUDENTS
PLA 001   001    PLA workshop                   8/27/11         S.Michael Maurice, O.P.          8:00 a.m. – 10:00 a.m.   0 Credits   Library Baord Room          $50.00
PLA 002   009    Workshop/Field-Nurses          9/6/11          S.Michael Maurice, O.P.          5:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.    0 Credits   Library Baord Room          $50.00

You must have 12 Caldwell College credits before you can attend the workshop. If you are interested in attending the PLA Workshop, please include course and
section number on your registration form. Registration for these workshops cannot be done via the Web registration. You must register manually with the Office of Student
Success for these workshops.

SUBJECT SEC      TITLE                          DAY             INSTRUCTOR                       TIME                     CRED        LOC                         BLDG        ROOM

                                                                                                                                                                                         17
                     FALL              • adult undergraduate course offerings (continued)
                                         EXTERNAL Course Schedule: August 27, 2011
                                                                 ONLY OPEN TO
                                                    ADULT UNDERGRADUATE & GRADUATE STUDENTS
                    August 27, 2011 – December 17, 2011 • New Student Orientation: August 27, 2011 – 7:30 a.m.
                        Last Day to Add/Drop: September 7, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 21, 2011
     Listed below are your mandatory faculty/student class meeting times and room numbers for Saturday, August 27, 2011. If you register for
     2 or more classes that meet at the same time and have the same section number, then your name will appear on a Conflict Schedule, that you
     will pick up on Saturday, August 27, 2011. All External Degree and Online Courses will incur a $75 Distance Education Fee.
     *Moodle is an online course management system which allows instructors to post course documents, distribute assignments, provide links to external
      Web sites, and encourages electronic communication with students via Caldwell College e-mail address, discussion boards and virtual chat.

     SUBJECT SEC    TITLE                                 DAY    INSTRUCTOR            TIME        CRED       LOC           BLDG         ROOM         COMMENT

                                                                             ART & ART HISTORY
     AH 122   140   LANGUAGE OF WORLD ART                  S     J. Iribarren         1:00-1:50     3         CALD           VIS           125

                                                                                ANTHROPOLOGY
     AN 225   130   CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY                  S     R. Bar              11:00-11:50    3         CALD           WER           207

                                                                                    BUSINESS
     BU 101   140   SURVEY OF ECONOMICS                    S     S. Murphy            1:00-1:50     3         CALD           VIS           223
     BU 221   130   MARKETING                              S     T. Keen             11:00-11:50    3         CALD           VIS           203
     BU 305   100   INTRO STATISTICS                       S     M. Stein             8:00-8:50     3         CALD           VIS           226
     BU 323   120   COST ACCOUNTING                        S     A. Callahan          9:00-9:50     3         CALD           VIS           203
     BU 330   120   PRINC OF MANAGEMENT                    S     J. Gwinn             9:00-9:50     3         CALD           VIS           225
     BU 337   120   PRINC OF FINANCE                       S     M. Stein             9:00-9:50     3         CALD           VIS           226
     BU 350   130   BUSINESS LAW I                         S     L. Harris-Ransom    11:00-11:50    3         CALD           VIS           223
     BU 355   120   BUSINESS LAW II                        S     L. Harris-Ransom     9:00-9:50     3         CALD           VIS           223
     BU 385   130   SENIOR OUTCOMES SEMINAR                S     E. Schons           11:00-11:50    1         CALD           VIS           226
     BU 420   100   ETHICAL BUSINESS STRATEGY              S     P. Hess              8:00-8:50     3         CALD           VIS           223
     BU 430   100   ADVANCED ACCTING                       S     A. Callahan          8:00-8:50     3         CALD           VIS           203
     BU 460   100   ENTREPRENEURSHIP SMALL BUS MANGEMNT    S     J. Gwinn             8:00-8:50     3         CALD           VIS           225

                                                                             COMPUTER SCIENCE
     CS 219   140   BUS SPREADSHEET APPL                   S     I. Chan              1:00-1:50     3         CALD           ALB           207

                                                                               CRIMINAL JUSTICE
     CJ 260   140   DOMESTIC & INTERNATION.TERRORISM       S     M. Reynolds          1:00-1:50     3         CALD           WER           305
     CJ 290   130   INSTNL TRTMNT OFFENDER                 S     R. Grinc            11:00-11:50    3         CALD           WER           211

                                                                                   EDUCATION
     ED 206   120   HIST&PHIL FOUND AM.ED&SCH CUR          S     L. Kalustian         9:00-9:50     3         CALD           WER           305

                                                                                    ENGLISH
     EN 221   150   WOMEN IN LITERATURE                    S     D. Zieleniewski      2:00-2:50     3         CALD           WER           112
     EN 301   130   MASTERPIECES OF WESTERN LITERATURE     S     P. Verrone          11:00-11:50    3         CALD           WER           112
     EN 305   120   AMERICAN LITERATURE                    S     W. Cmielewski        9:00-9:50     3         CALD           WER           112
     EN 317   140   LITERARY CRITICISM                     S     C. Lindroth          1:00-1:50     3         CALD           WER           112
     EN 410   120   ENGLISH SEMINAR                        S     C. Lindroth          9:00-9:50     3         CALD           WER           303

                                                                                   GEOGRAPHY
     GY 335   130   WORLD GEOGRAPHY                        S     S. Weber            11:00-11:50    3         CALD           ALB           305

                                                                                    HISTORY
     HI 101   130   WESTERN HERITAGE I                     S     M. Mullaney         11:00-11:50    3         CALD           WER           109
     HI 102   150   WEST HERITAGE II                       S     W. Barnhart          2:00-2:50     3         CALD           WER           109
     HI 203   140   GROW OF AMER NAT.I                     S     W. Barnhart          1:00-1:50     3         CALD           WER           109
     HI 440   100   RECENT AMERICA                         S     M. Mullaney          8:00-8:50     3         CALD           WER           109
     HI 492   120   RESEARCH SEMINAR                       S     M. Mullaney          9:00-9:50     3         CALD           WER           109

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               FALL               • adult undergraduate course offerings (continued)
SUBJECT SEC    TITLE                               DAY   INSTRUCTOR             TIME        CRED   LOC    BLDG   ROOM   COMMENT

                                                                        MATHEMATICS
MA 112   140   CONCEPTS/MATHEMATICS                 S    G. Jagen              1:00-1:50     3     CALD   ALB     302
MA 207   150   APPL.OF STATISTICS I                 S    G. Jagen              2:00-2:50     3     CALD   ALB     302

                                                                   MODERN LANGUAGES
FR 113   130   FREN.LANG & CULT I                   S    I. Genest            11:00-11:50    3     CALD   ALB     302
IT 113   140   ITALIAN LANG & CULT I                S    S. Weber              1:00-1:50     3     CALD   ALB     305
SP 115   140   HISPANIC CULTURE: PAST & PRESENT     S    M. McNamee            1:00-1:50     3     CALD   ALB     209
SP 321   130   ADV SPAN GRAM I                      S    C. Stroud            11:00-11:50    3     CALD   ALB     209
SP 403   130   SPAN-AMER LIT                        S    C. Stroud            11:00-11:50    3     CALD   ALB     209

                                                                              MUSIC
MU 122   130   LANGUAGE OF MUSIC                    S    G. Wramage           11:00-11:50    3     CALD    VIS    225

                                                                        PHILOSOPHY
PH 102   130   INTRO TO PHILOSOPHY                  S    J. Flynn             11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     316
PH 230   140   ETHICS                               S    J. Flynn              1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     316

                                                                      POLITICAL SCIENCE
PO 125   140   UNDERSTANDING THE POLITICAL WORLD    S    D. Maffei             1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     302
PO 225   150   AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                  S    D. Maffei             2:00-2:00     3     CALD   WER     302
PO 328   130   ETHNIC POLITICS                      S    D. Maffei            11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     302
PO 362   120   INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS              S    D. Maffei             9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     302

                                                                        PSYCHOLOGY
PS 207   140   GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY II                S    L. Pereira-Pasarin    1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     320
PS 208   130   PSYCH STATISTICS                     S    L. Pereira-Pasarin   11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     320
PS 209   120   PRENATAL AND INFANT PSYCHOLOGY       S    S. Maret              9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     202
PS 210   130   CHILD PSYCHOPATHOLOGY                S    L. Maret             11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     206
PS 211   130   CHILD PSYCHOLOGY                     S    S. Maret             11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     202
PS 216   140   ADOLESCENT PSYCH                     S    S. Maret              1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     202
PS 304   140   BIOPSYCHOLOGY                        S    L. Maret              1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     206
PS 309   120   PSYCHOPATHOLOGY                      S    L. Maret              9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     206
PS 402   120   EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY              S    L. Pereira-Pasarin    9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     320

                                                                              SCIENCE
BI 103   130   BIO PRINCIPLES                       S    M. Kenney            11:00-11:50    2     CALD   ALB     101
BI 106   140   ECOLOGY                              S    M. Kenney             1:00-1:50     3     CALD   ALB     101
CH 105   120   SURVEY OF EVERYDAY CHEMISTRY         S    A. Scimone            9:00-9:50     3     CALD   ALB     101

                                                                         SOCIOLOGY
SO 231   130   SOCIOLOGY OF POVERTY                 S    M. Reynolds          11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     303
SO 330   120   SOC.MARRIAGE/FAMILY                  S    R. Bar                9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     207
SO 335   120   CRIMINOLOGY                          S    R. Grinc              9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     211
SO 344   100   METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH I         S    R. Bar                8:00-8:50     3     CALD   WER     203
SO 346   120   METHODS OF SOCIAL RESEARCH II        S    Y. Cai                8:00-8:50     3     CALD   WER     203

                                                                          THEOLOGY
TH 101   140   GOD & THE HUMAN CONDITION            S    B. Topping            1:00-1:50     3     CALD   WER     324
TH 209   130   CHRISTIAN SOCIAL CONSC               S    B. Topping           11:00-11:50    3     CALD   WER     324
TH 334   120   CHRISTOLOGY                          S    C. Carr               9:00-9:50     3     CALD   WER     324




                                                                                                                                  19
                                                 FALL             • graduate course offerings
                                                             Day and Evening Course Schedule
                                                                                     ONLY OPEN TO
                                                                                   GRADUATE STUDENTS
                                                                  August 29, 2011 – December 17, 2011
                                       Last Day to Add/Drop: September 7, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 21, 2011
                                           Not all courses may be audited. Permission of instructor required.
                                                           This schedule is subject to change.
                           For the most updated schedule information, please view the online schedule at www.caldwell.edu.
      SUBJECT SEC        TITLE                                    DAY           INSTRUCTOR           TIME       CRED   LOC    BLDG   ROOM     COMMENT

                                                                                 APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS
      ABA 510   070      SURVEY RESEARCH METH & STATISTICS                      Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 526   070      BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS AND LEARNING                         Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 534   070      RESEARCH METH. APP. BEHAVIOR ANALYS                    Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 534   071      RESEARCH METH. APP. BEHAVIOR ANALYS                    Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 537   070      INTRO TO APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS                     Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 537   071      INTRO TO APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS                     Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 553   070      ASSESSING AUTISM INTERVENTIONS                         Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 556   070      ADV APPLIED BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS                          Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 573   070      SCIENTIFIC WRITING FOR BEH ANALYSTS       M            K. Reeve           4:20-6:50     3     CALD   WER       129   TBA
      ABA 620   070      STIMULUS CONTROL                          R            K. Reeve           4:20-6:50     3     CALD   ALB       209   TBA
      ABA 648   070      STANDARDIZED TEST FOR DEVELOP DIS         W            F. Cicero          4:20-6:50     3     CALD   WER       320   TBA
      ABA 650   070      THESIS IN ABA I                           W            S. Reeve           4:20-6:50     3     CALD   ALB       209   TBA
      ABA 650   071      THESIS IN ABA I                           R            K. Reeve           7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       209   TBA
      ABA 650   072      THESIS IN ABA I                           W            R. DeBar           4:20-6:50     3     CALD   ALB       305   TBA
      ABA 650   073      THESIS IN ABA I                           W            S. Reeve           7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       209   TBA
      ABA 810   070      ADV RESEARCH MTH & STATISTICS                          Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA
      ABA 826   070      ABA AND LEARNING                                       Staff                            3     CALD                   TBA

                                                                                                  BUSINESS
      BU 525    070      ADVANCED AUDITING                         M            A. Tietjen         7:00-9:30     3     CALD   AQU       103   TBA
      BU 537    070      FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                      M            E. Schons          7:00-9:30     3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 632    070      FEDERAL TAXATION                          W            A. Neiman          7:00-9:30     3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 634    070      ACCOUNTING INFORMATION SYSTEMS            R            Staff              7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       205   TBA
      BU 635    070      STRATEGIC HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT       T            B. Gordon-Stier    7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       305   TBA
      BU 638    070      MARKETING IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT        W            M. Mustachio       7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       101   TBA
      BU 660    070      MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS            R            A. Toffler         7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       207   TBA
      BU 694    070      MANAGERIAL ECONOMICS                      W            A. Kandel          7:00-9:30     3     CALD   ALB       205   TBA

                                                                            BUSINESS: ACCELERATED SESSION A
                                                                         September 10, 2011 – October 22, 2011
                                                  Last Day to Add/Drop: September 17, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: September 24, 2011
      BU 620    085      EXECUTIVE BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS         S            V. Rich            8:00-12:30    3     CALD    VIS      223   TBA

                                                                            BUSINESS: ACCELERATED SESSION B
                                                               October 29, 2011 – December 17, 2011
                             No Classes: November 26, 2011 • Last Day to Add/Drop: November 5, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 12, 2011
      BU 650    086      EMARKETING                                S            Staff              8:00-12:30    3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 785    086      INTEGRATED STRATEGIC MAN.SEMINAR          S            B. O'Rourke        8:00-12:30    3     CALD    VIS      223   TBA

                                                                                          BUSINESS: EXTERNAL*
                                                             August 25, 2011 – December 17, 2011
         External Class Meeting: Thursday, August 25, 2011 – 7:30 a.m. • Last Day to Add/Drop: September 7, 2011 • Last Day to Withdraw: November 12, 2011
      BU 525    400      ADVANCED AUDITING                         R            A. Tietjen         8:00-9:00     3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 537    400      FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                      R            E. Schons          8:00-9:00     3     CALD    VIS      225   TBA
      BU 632    400      FEDERAL TAXATION                          R            R. Nanfro          7:00-8:00     3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 638    400      MARKETING IN A DYNAMIC ENVIRONMENT        R            M. Mustachio       6:00-7:00     3     CALD    VIS      226   TBA
      BU 660    400      MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS            R            A. Toffler         7:00-8:00     3     CALD    VIS      223   TBA
20   *All External Degree and Online Courses will incur a $75 Distance Education Fee
                                       FALL            • graduate course offerings (continued)
 SUBJECT SEC         TITLE                                   DAY   INSTRUCTOR              TIME       CRED   LOC    BLDG   ROOM   COMMENT

                                                                     COUNSELING ART THERAPY
 CAT 501    070      HISTORY & DEVELOPMENT ART THERAPY       M     B. Berkowitz           4:20-6:50    3     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 504    070      COUNSELING THEORY IN ART THERAPY         R    M. Wilson              4:20-6:50    3     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 601    070      PRACTICUM IN ART THERAPY I               T    A. Vaccaro             7:00-9:30    1     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 601    071      PRACTICUM IN ART THERAPY I               R    A. Vaccaro             4:20-6:50    1     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 602    070      PRACTICUM IN ART THERAPY II              T    A. Vaccaro             7:00-9:30    1     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 602    071      PRACTICUM IN ART THERAPY II              R    A. Vaccaro             4:20-6:50    1     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 603    070      ADVANCED PRACTICUM ART THERAPY I         T    A. Vaccaro             7:00-9:30    2     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 603    071      ADVANCED PRACTICUM ART THERAPY I         R    A. Vaccaro             4:20-6:50    2     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 604    070      ADVANCED PRACTICUM ART THERAPY II        T    A. Vaccaro             7:00-9:30    2     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 604    071      ADVANCED PRACTICUM ART THERAPY II        R    A. Vaccaro             4:20-6:50    2     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 607    070      ART DIAGNOSIS AND ASSESSMENT             T    L. Loumeau-May         4:20-6:50    3     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 612    070      COUNSELING-CHILDREN & ADOLES FOR AT     M     M. McAlevey            7:00-9:30    3     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA
 CAT 617    070      GROUP DYNAMICS IN COUNSELING FOR AT      T    L. Loumeau-May         7:00-9:30    3     CALD    VIS   125B   TBA

                                                                     COUNSELING PSYCHOLOGY
 CPS 500    070      INTRODUCTION TO SCHOOL COUNSELING       M     S. Struncis            4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     324   TBA
 CPS 505    070      INTRO COLLEGE ADM COUNSELING            M     S. Struncis            7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     324   TBA
 CPS 510    070      RESEARCH METHODS & STATISTICS           M     T. Ling                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     320   TBA
 CPS 520    070      INTRO TO MENTAL HEALTH COUNSELING       W     J. Pedoto              7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     316   TBA
 CPS 535    070      BIOPSYCHOLOGY                           W     F. Ostella             7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     302   TBA
 CPS 545    070      LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES IN COUNS        R    T. Ling                7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 557    070      COUNSELING: THEORY AND PRACTICE         M     M. Wilson              4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 560    070      ASSESSMENT MEASURES & PRACTICES SCH      T    Staff                  4:20-6:50    3     CALD    VIS    226   TBA
 CPS 590    070      COUNSELING PRACTICUM                     R    Staff                  4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     304   TBA
 CPS 590    071      COUNSELING PRACTICUM                     R    T. Ling                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     303   TBA
 CPS 590    072      COUNSELING PRACTICUM                     R    J. Hall                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     302   TBA
 CPS 590    073      COUNSELING PRACTICUM                    M     Staff                  7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     211   TBA
 CPS 613    070      TECHNIQUES OF INDIVIDUAL COUNSELING      T    C. Waters              7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 623    070      MARRIAGE AND FAMILY COUNSELING           R    T. Shubeck             4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 627    070      PSYCHOPHARMOCOLOGY MENT HLTH PROF       W     J. Pedoto              4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 633    071      CAREER COUNSELING                       M     T. Ling                7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 CPS 653    070      MULTICULTURAL COUNSELING                 T    C. Waters              4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     324   TBA
 CPS 667    070      LIFESPAN DEVELOPMENT                     T    S. Solomon             7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     206   TBA
 CPS 673    070      FOUN OF BRIEF COUNSELING MODALITIES      R    S. Solomon             7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     206   TBA
 CPS 677    070      SEXUAL ISSUES IN COUNSELING             W     M. Wilson              4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     302   TBA
 CPS 688A 070        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP I                  R    Staff                  4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     304   TBA
 CPS 688A 071        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP I                  R    T. Ling                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     303   TBA
 CPS 688A 072        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP I                  R    J. Hall                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     304   TBA
 CPS 688A 073        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP I                 M     Staff                  7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     211   TBA
 CPS 688B 070        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP II                 R    Staff                  4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     304   TBA
 CPS 688B 071        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP II                 R    T. Ling                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     303   TBA
 CPS 688B 072        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP II                 R    J. Hall                4:20-6:50    3     CALD   WER     302   TBA
 CPS 688B 073        COUNSELING INTERNSHIP II                M     Staff                  7:00-9:30    3     CALD   WER     211   TBA

                                                                                       EDUCATION*
 ED 505     070      STUDENT DEV & LEARNING                   S    A. Lanzo              8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     206   TBA
 ED 505     071      STUDENT DEV & LEARNING                   S    G. Polles             10:50-1:20    3     CALD   WER     207   TBA
 ED 505     072      STUDENT DEV & LEARNING                   S    V. Tsigas-Fotinis     10:50-1:20    3     CALD   WER     211   TBA
 ED 510     070      READ/COMMUNICAT.FIELD                    S    W. Cmielewski         8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     305   TBA
 ED 510     071      READ/COMMUNICAT.FIELD                    S    K. Fasanella          8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 ED 510     072      READ/COMMUNICAT.FIELD                    S    K. Fasanella          10:50-1:20    3     CALD   WER     215   TBA
 ED 515     070      CLASS/COMMUNITY:SOCIAL UNIT              S    V. Tsigas-Fotinis     8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     211   TBA
 ED 515     071      CLASS/COMMUNITY:SOCIAL UNIT              S    G. Polles             8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     207   TBA
 ED 515     072      CLASS/COMMUNITY:SOCIAL UNIT              S    A. Lanzo              10:50-1:20    3     CALD   WER     206   TBA
 ED 516     070      INTRODUCTION TO LINGUISTICS             M     S. Weber               4:20-6:50    3     CALD   ALB     209   TBA\
 ED 520     070      PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FIELD                S    K. Barnes             8:15-10:45    3     CALD   WER     202   TBA
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      SUBJECT SEC         TITLE                                   DAY               INSTRUCTOR             TIME        CRED    LOC        BLDG           ROOM   COMMENT

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      ED 520     071      PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FIELD                S                K. Barnes            10:50-1:20        3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 520     072      PROFESSIONAL SKILLS FIELD                S                W. Cmielewski        10:50-1:20        3   CALD        WER            305   TBA
      ED 521     070      EDU PRAC STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES      T                J. Vivinetto         4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 523     070      HISTORY OF SPECIAL ED & THE LAW          R                J. Parmelee          7:00-9:30         3   CALD        AQU            105   TBA
      ED 525     070      ACA ASSESS & INS PLAN STU WITH DIS       R                J. Vivinetto         4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 528     070      LITERACY ASSESSMENT AND EVALUATION       W                J. Bean-Folkes       7:00-9:30         3   CALD        AQU            105   TBA
      ED 530     070      INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS & TECHNOLOGY        W                J. Seelaus           4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            112   TBA
      ED 535     070      NEURO BAS OF LRNG, TH TCH RD ST DIS      T                Staff                7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 539     070      BEHAVIORAL ASSES&INTERVENTION PLAN       R                E. Wotanowski        4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 540     070      SP ED TEACHER AS COLLABORATOR            M                J. Seelaus           4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 559     070      PSYCHO ASSESS LEARNING DISABILITES       T                S. Maricle           4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 564     060      DIAG & CORR OF READING DIFF              R                W. Cmielewski        3:00-6:00         3   HHS                              TBA
      ED 568     070      REMEDIAL STRATEGIES FOR STU LRN DIS      W                T. Reilly-Lawson     7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            215   TBA
      ED 576     070      READING FOUNDATIONS                      R                F. DelVecchio        4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            129   TBA
      ED 577     070      TEACHING WRITING:PROCESS TO PRODUCT      M                W. Cmielewski        4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            206   TBA
      ED 580     070      MODELS/TEACH & CURRIC                    M                E. Chernobilsky      4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            305   TBA
      ED 598     070      STRAT.FOR CURR.DEV.AND CHANGE            M                E. Chernobilsky      7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            305   TBA
      ED 610     070      ED. RESEARCH I                           M                J. Jasmine           4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 610     071      ED. RESEARCH I                           W                E. Chernobilsky      7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 610     072      ED. RESEARCH I                           W                T. Reilly-Lawson     4:20-6:30         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 614     070      PRACTICUM IN LDTC I                      R                J. Vivinetto         7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            207   TBA
      ED 628     070      SUPERVISED PRACTICUM IN READING          W                F. DelVecchio        4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            129   TBA
      ED 650     060      CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP                    W                J. Moriarty          4:30-7:00         3   BMS                              TBA
      ED 650     070      CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP                    T                Staff                4:20-6:50         3   CALD        ALB            101   TBA
      ED 671     070      FOUND.PRE K-12 ADMIN & CURR SUPERV       W                Staff                4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 672     070      SCHOOL FINANCE:PUB.&PRIVATE.FUNDING      M                M. Derderian         7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            202   TBA
      ED 674     070      EDUCATION LAW AND REGULATION             R                J. Parmelee          4:20-6:50         3   CALD        WER            112   TBA
      ED 675     070      COMMUNICATIONS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS        R                Staff                7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            305   TBA
      ED 678     070      MANAGING HUMAN & MATERIAL RESOURCES      W                Staff                7:00-9:30         3   CALD        AQU            103   TBA
      ED 680     060      INTERNSHIP-EDUCATIONAL ADMIN                              F. DiSessa                             3                                    TBA
      ED 686     060      PROBLEM BASED INQUIRY EDU ADM I          R                J. McIntyre          4:30-7:00         3   BMS                              TBA
      ED 686     070      PROBLEM BASED INQUIRY EDU ADM I          T                J. Moriarty          7:00-9:30         3   CALD        WER            305   TBA
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      PS 826     070      ADV BEHAVIOR ANALYSIS & LEARNING                          Staff                                  3   CALD                             TBA

                                                                                             PASTORAL MINISTRY
      PM 505     070      ISSUES IN ECCLESIOLOGY                   S                M. Walsh             9:00-4:00         3   CALD        WER            302   TBA
      PM 699     070      MA PROJECT                                                Staff                                  3   CALD                             TBA


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      ED 635       500      PRIN/PRAC CURR.DEV/SUP SUBJ.AR                  Staff                                      3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 650       500      CURRICULUM LEADERSHIP                           J. McIntyre                                3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 670       500      GEN PRIN STAFF SUPERVISION                      Staff                                      3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 671       500      FOUND.PRE K-12 ADMIN & CURR SUPERV              J. Seelaus                                 3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 674       500      EDUCATION LAW AND REGULATION                    J. Parmelee                                3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 675       500      COMMUNICATIONS FOR SCHOOL LEADERS               Staff                                      3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
      ED 678       500      MANAGING HUMAN & MATERIAL RESOURCES             Staff                                      3              8/29/11-12/17/11          Online Course
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