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Table of Contents
College of Professional Studies                                                                                                 Graduation Policies ........................................................................27
What’s New at Indiana Tech ............................................................1                                           petition for graduation, commencement ceremony, graduation
Overview & Degree Options ..........................................................2                                              requirements—undergraduate, graduation requirements—graduate
                                                                                                                                Tuition and Payment Information .............................................. 28
Undergraduate Programs                                                                                                             Tuition payment Options, invoicing and payments, Tuition
Associate of Science in Accounting .............................................3                                                  and Fees, higherOne refund card
Associate of Science in Business Administration......................4                                                          Financial Aid Information ............................................................ 29
  —Management ......................................................................................................... 4          Types of Aid, eligibility, Financial Aid package, important notes,
  —production Management ................................................................................. 4                       disbursements, Financial Aid for graduate Students, Schedule
Associate of Science in Criminal Justice .....................................5                                                    changes, Questions
Associate of Science in General Studies .....................................6                                                  Distance Education ....................................................................... 30
Associate of Science in Industrial & Manufacturing                                                                                 Online undergraduate courses .....................................................................30
Engineering (IME)............................................................................6                                     Online graduate courses ................................................................................. 36
Bachelor of Science in Accounting .............................................. 7
Bachelor of Science in Business Administration .......................8                                                         Undergraduate Schedule
  —health care Administration .............................................................................8                    Fort Wayne Campus .....................................................................40
  —human resources ............................................................................................... 9               TeAMs ..................................................................................................................... 42
  —Management .......................................................................................................10         Fort Wayne Area.............................................................................52
  —Management information Systems .............................................................. 11                                huntington ............................................................................................................ 52
  — Marketing ............................................................................................................ 12      huntington TeAMs .............................................................................................54
Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice .................................... 13                                                    Kendallville ............................................................................................................ 56
Bachelor of Science in Human Services .................................... 14                                                   Indianapolis Campus..................................................................... 60
Bachelor of Science in Industrial & Manufacturing                                                                                  TeAMs ..................................................................................................................... 62
Engineering (IME).......................................................................... 15                                  Indianapolis Area ........................................................................... 66
Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems .................................. 16                                                      camp Atterbury ..................................................................................................66
Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership .................17                                                               Fishers.....................................................................................................................66
Bachelor of Science in Psychology ............................................ 18                                                  Fishers TeAMs .....................................................................................................68
                                                                                                                                   greenwood ............................................................................................................68
Graduate Programs                                                                                                                  greenwood TeAMs ............................................................................................70
Master of Business Administration (MBA) ................................ 19                                                        plainfield ................................................................................................................ 74
  —human resources, Management, Marketing ........................................... 19                                           plainfield TeAMs ................................................................................................. 74
  —Accounting ........................................................................................................... 19    Elkhart Campus ...............................................................................78
  —health care Management ..............................................................................20                      Elkhart Area .................................................................................... 80
Master of Science in Management (MSM) ............................... 20                                                           Mishawaka .............................................................................................................80
MBA/MSM Dual Degree ................................................................ 21                                            Mishawaka TeAMs .............................................................................................. 82
Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSE) .........22                                                                      Munster ................................................................................................................... 82
MBA/MSE Dual Degree .................................................................22                                            Warsaw ...................................................................................................................84
Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL) .....23                                                                      Warsaw TeAMs ....................................................................................................86
Master of Science in Police Administration (MPA) ................23                                                             Louisville Campus.......................................................................... 88
Ph.D. in Global Leadership ...........................................................23
                                                                                                                                Graduate Schedule
University Policies and Information                                                                                             Fort Wayne Campus ..................................................................... 90
Student Resources & Services .................................................... 24                                            Indianapolis Campus..................................................................... 90
   www.indianaTech.edu, my.indianaTech.edu, Warrior information                                                                 Indianapolis Area ........................................................................... 92
   network, campus resources, Tutoring, career Services                                                                            Fishers..................................................................................................................... 92
General Information .......................................................................25                                      greenwood ............................................................................................................ 92
   Accreditation, enrollment Status, registration, Textbooks,                                                                   Indiana Tech Locations................................................................. 94
   Shipping Address, Software, change of name or Address, grades,                                                               Undergraduate Registration Form ............................................ 95
   identification cards, class cancellations                                                                                    Graduate Registration Form ....................................................... 96
Academic Policies .......................................................................... 26                                 Academic Calendar ...........................................Inside Back Cover
earning college credit, change of curriculum policy, class Attendance,
Academic credit load, Academic Withdrawal policy, refund policy
What’s New at Indiana Tech




                                                                                                              College of Professional Studies
Warsaw Staff, Students Settle Into New Location
Indiana Tech-Warsaw has moved to a new location at 2928 Frontage Road. The new site is larger and
more accessible than the previous location on North Point Drive. The previous facility in Warsaw had
four classrooms, with one equipped as a desktop computer lab. The new Frontage Road facility has five
classrooms, two of them equipped as desktop computer labs. The site also has its own chemistry and
physics equipment plus a six-laptop portable computer lab for the engineering students. The technology
in all of the classrooms has been upgraded to include ceiling mounted projectors, enabling instructors to
more easily incorporate multimedia teaching tools.

Tech Goes Beyond Border to Louisville, Ky.
The College of Professional Studies has added a campus in Louisville, Ky., its first location outside of
Indiana. Indiana Tech-Louisville is 14,725 square feet and features nine classrooms, a library, a computer
lab, multiple breakout areas for students, and wireless connectivity throughout the facility. Classes at
the site are scheduled to begin in January; however admissions representatives in Louisville are already
enrolling students in online courses.

Book Return Policy Now Includes Online Courses
In Session 1 of 2011, Indiana Tech began testing a book return system for online students which provid-
ed a shipping envelope and postage paid label for return of the textbooks. Based on positive results of the
test program, the university will require return of textbooks for online courses beginning with Session 5.
Simply ship the books back to the university using the shipping envelope and postage paid lable provided
no later than one session after a class has ended. Students may be billed for books not returned within
the policy guidelines. The return policy allows the university to reduce costs and environmental impact
of providing textbooks for student use at no charge.

English Proficiency Exam Now Available On Blackboard
Students now have an option for testing out of ENG 1100 Introduction to College Writing online. Once
you have activated your Blackboard account the test will become available to you as a Blackboard course.
To activate your Blackboard account go to www.indianatech.net/StudentAcct/ActivateAcct.aspx. The
course is ENG 1100 Placement Test. The test will be graded on a pass/fail basis within two business days.
If you pass the test you will become eligible to enroll in ENG 1250 English Composition I. This test is
voluntary, and it is your choice to opt in or out.


Did You Know ....?
Indiana Tech has a wide range of career services available to you online. Visit www.IndianaTech.edu/
careercenter and click on the Virtual Career Center. You’ll find career assessment tools, a salary calcula-
tor, and videos, podcasts, webinars, handouts, and links on a variety of career-related topics. The career
center website also houses Warrior Jobs, the university’s job posting database.




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                                  Overview
College of Professional Studies

                                  The College of Professional Studies specializes in making professionally oriented degree programs accessible to students who can-
                                  not attend college full-time in a traditional format. Curricula are adapted for delivery through the Accelerated Degree Program,
                                  which compresses a traditional 15-week semester into a much shorter session. Undergraduate courses are offered in nine five-week
                                  sessions each year, while graduate courses are offered in eight six-week sessions each year. Most classes meet once a week allowing
                                  students to earn a degree while balancing commitments to family, work, and other activities. Students also can earn credit through
                                  standardized exams such as CLEP and DANTES or by completing the portfolio process to document prior learning after taking
                                  our Credit for Learning course.

                                  The College of Professional Studies also offers distance education programs. Distance Education students can pursue degrees via
                                  online courses or Independent Study.

                                  The College of Professional Studies removes many obstacles facing working adults by streamlining services. You can register online
                                  or by phone, fax, mail, or e-mail. Most paperwork can be handled online or by calling the Warrior Information Network. The uni-
                                  versity’s goal is to make administrative tasks as convenient as possible so that you, the student, can focus on academics.




                                  Degree Options
                                  Degree programs at Indiana Tech are designed to provide students with the knowledge and skills needed for rewarding careers.
                                  The university recognizes that each student is an individual and has unique goals. With that in mind, the College of Professional
                                  Studies offers 21 degree options with a variety of concentrations. Each student can choose the degree that fits his or her goals and,
                                  in many cases, combine two or more concentrations for a tailor-made education. Although not all programs are available at all
                                  locations, degree options in the College of Professional Studies for the 2011–12 academic year are:

                                  Undergraduate Degrees                                               Graduate Degrees
                                  ›   Associate of Science in Accounting                              ›   Master of Business Administration (MBA)
                                  ›   Associate of Science in Business Administration:                      —    Accounting
                                        —   Management                                                      —    Health Care Management
                                        —   Production Management                                           —    Human Resources
                                  ›   Associate of Science in Criminal Justice                              —    Management
                                  ›   Associate of Science in General Studies                               —    Marketing
                                  ›   Associate of Science in Industrial and                          ›   Master of Science in Engineering Management (MSE)
                                      Manufacturing Engineering                                       ›   Master of Science in Management (MSM)
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Accounting                               ›   Master of Science in Organizational Leadership (MSOL)
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Business Administration:                 ›   Master of Science in Police Administration
                                        —   Health Care Administration                                ›   MBA/MSM Dual Degree
                                        —   Human Resources                                           ›   MBA/MSE Dual Degree
                                        —   Management                                                ›   Ph.D. in Global Leadership
                                        —   Management Information Systems                                  —    Organizational Management
                                        —   Marketing                                                       —    Academic Administration
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Criminal Science:
                                        —   Crime Analysis
                                        —   Criminal Justice Administration
                                        —   Rehabilitative Services
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Human Services
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Industrial and
                                      Manufacturing Engineering
                                  ›   Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Organizational Leadership
                                  ›   Bachelor of Science in Psychology



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Associate of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                     Undergraduate Programs
in Accounting
The accounting degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students
organized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the accounting courses in a predetermined
order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a
TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the War-
rior Information Network.

Business Administration                                                                    English
     BA 1200 Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                   ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
     BA 2010 Principles of Management.................................. 3                      ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
     BA 2850 Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                             ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3

Math                                                                                       Humanities & Social Sciences
    MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                        HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
    MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                           PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
    MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                     SS 2200         Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                                                                                               SS 2210         Microeconomics .................................................. 3
Accounting & Information Systems
   ACC 1010      Accounting Principles ......................................... 3         Total Credits ............................................................... 63
   ACC 2140      Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
  *ACC 2300      Intermediate Accounting I................................. 3
  *ACC 2320      Intermediate Accounting II ............................... 3
  *ACC 2340      Intermediate Accounting III.............................. 3
  *ACC 2430      Cost Accounting I................................................ 3
  *ACC 2440      Cost Accounting II.............................................. 3
    MIS 1300     Software Tools....................................................... 3


*Students must complete ACC 2140, MA 1025, MA 2025, and MIS 1300 to enroll in the accounting TEAM. Please check the
schedule for TEAM starting dates.




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                         Associate of Science
                         in Business Administration
Undergraduate Programs


                         —Management
                         Students pursuing an associate degree in business administration may choose a concentration in management or production
                         management. Following are the requirements for the management concentration; requirements for the production management
                         concentration are below.

                         Business Administration                                                                         English
                              BA 1200 Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                        ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                              BA 2010 Principles of Management.................................. 3                           ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                                                                                                                             ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
                         Management Concentration
                              BA 2020       Operations Management.................................... 3                  Humanities & Social Sciences
                              BA 2410       Human Resource Management......................... 3                           HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                              BA 2430       International Management ................................ 3                     PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
                              BA 2500       Marketing............................................................... 3       SS 2200         Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                              BA 2850       Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                            SS 2210         Microeconomics .................................................. 3

                         Math                                                                                            Approved Electives ..................................................... 6
                             MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3
                             MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                             Total Credits ............................................................... 63

                         Accounting & Information Systems
                           ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3
                           ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
                            MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3


                         —Production Management
                         Students pursuing an associate degree in business administration may choose a concentration in management or production man-
                         agement. Requirements for the production management concentration are below; the requirements for the management concen-
                         tration are above.

                         Business Administration                                                                         English
                              BA 1200 Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                        ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                              BA 2010 Principles of Management.................................. 3                           ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                                                                                                                             ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
                         Production Management Concentration
                              BA 2020       Operations Management.................................... 3                  Humanities & Social Sciences
                              BA 2600       Occupational Safety and Health....................... 3                        HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                              BA 2700       Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                  PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
                              BA 3110       Project Management I......................................... 3                  SS 2200         Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                                                                                                                             SS 2210         Microeconomics .................................................. 3
                         Math
                             MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                           Approved Electives ..................................................... 6
                             MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3
                             MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                      Total Credits ............................................................... 63

                         Accounting & Information Systems
                           ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3
                           ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
                            MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3


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Associate of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate Programs
in Criminal Justice
The associate degree in criminal justice will provide a broad overview of the criminal justice system. The degree requires 63 credits
including a core of 27 credits in criminal justice. The core courses examine the criminal justice system as a whole and then take a
closer look at various components of the system, such as the police, the courts, and the corrections system.

The criminal justice degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students orga-
nized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the criminal justice courses in a predetermined
order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a
TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the War-
rior Information Network.

Criminal Justice                                                                               Humanities, Psychology, and Social Sciences
      CJ 1100 Introduction to the Criminal Justice System.. 3                                        PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
           CJ TEAM Courses (see below) ............................24                                PSY 3760 Abnormal Psychology ........................................ 3
                                                                                                      SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
Business Administration
     BA 1200 Foundations of Business .................................... 3                    Math
                                                                                                      MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3
Information Systems                                                                                   MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving ........................ 3
    MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3
                                                                                               Approved Electives ..................................................... 6
English
   ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3                    Total Credits ............................................................... 63
   ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
   ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3



The criminal justice TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete CJ 1100, MA 1000, and ENG 1250 in
order to enroll in the criminal justice TEAM. Please check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                                      *CJ 1300      Police in America ..................................................... 3
                                      *CJ 1400      Corrections ................................................................ 3
                                      *CJ 2300      Substantive Criminal Law ....................................... 3
                                      *CJ 2400      Understanding Procedural Law ............................. 3
                                      *CJ 2500      Criminal Investigation ............................................ 3
                                      *CJ 3100      A System of Juvenile Justice .................................... 3
                                      *CJ 3200      Understanding Criminal Behavior........................ 3
                                      *CJ 3700      Ethics and Cultural Diversity in CJ ...................... 3




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                         Associate of Science
                         in General Studies
Undergraduate Programs


                         The general studies curriculum is structured to offer students a broad, general base upon which to build. This curriculum is de-
                         signed for students seeking a two-year degree with a course of study that can be customized to their personal or career objectives, as
                         well as for students who are undecided in their career plans. Students who are planning to transfer to a four-year curriculum should
                         consult with their academic advisors regarding the most appropriate choice of electives.

                         Math & Information Systems                                                                  Humanities & Social Sciences
                             MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                         HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                             MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                              HUM            Electives.................................................................. 6
                             MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3           PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
                                                                                                                              SS         Electives.................................................................. 6
                         English
                            ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3                 Approved Electives .................................................. 27
                            ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                            ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3                        Total Credits ............................................................... 63




                         Associate of Science
                         in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (IME)
                         The IME degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students organized into
                         TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the courses in a predetermined order. Since each course builds
                         upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to wait until
                         the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the Warrior Information Network. Please
                         check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                         Business Administration                                                                     Engineering
                               BA 1200 Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                  *EGR 1710        Graphics and Design ........................................... 3
                                                                                                                        *EGR 2000        Engineering Communication............................ 3
                         English                                                                                        *EGR 2650        Manufacturing Processes .................................... 3
                            ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3                    *IME 2010        Safety Engineering ............................................... 3
                            ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3                     *IME 2020        Work Design ......................................................... 3
                                                                                                                        *IME 2110        Quality Control I................................................. 3
                         Humanities and Social Sciences                                                                 *IME 3020        Computer Sim. of Mfg. Processes .................... 3
                           HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3                         *IME 4020        Lean Manufacturing ............................................ 3
                             SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3                *IME 4300        Integrated Resource Management.................... 3

                         Math & Science                                                                              Total Credits ...............................................................60
                            *CH 1000        Fundamentals of Chemistry .............................. 3
                           *EGR 3430        Applied Probability and Statistics .................... 3
                            *MA 1035        College Algebra.................................................... 3
                            *MA 1060        Trigonometry........................................................ 3
                            *MA 1100        Applied Calculus I ............................................... 3
                             *PH 1100       Fundamentals of Physics I .................................. 3



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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                          Undergraduate Programs
in Accounting
The accounting degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students orga-
nized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the accounting courses in a predetermined
order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from
a TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the
Warrior Information Network.

Business Administration                                                                            English
     BA 1200     Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                        ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
     BA 2010     Principles of Management.................................. 3                           ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
     BA 2020     Operations Management.................................... 3                            ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
     BA 2410     Human Resource Management......................... 3
     BA 2500     Marketing............................................................... 3        Humanities & Social Sciences
     BA 2700     Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                     HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
     BA 2850     Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                                    HUM Electives (3 credits must be in literature)........ 6
     BA 3200     Business Ethics...................................................... 3              PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
     BA 4910     Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3                                  SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
    FIN 3600     Corporate Finance............................................... 3                     SS 2210 Microeconomics .................................................. 3
                                                                                                   One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
Math                                                                                                        SS 2720 Group Dynamics
    MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                                       SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology
    MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3
    MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                         Science
                                                                                                   One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
Accounting & Information Systems                                                                      BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
  ACC 1010       Accounting Principles ......................................... 3                    SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
  ACC 2140       Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
      ACC        TEAM Courses (see below) ............................30                           Approved Electives ....................................................12
   MIS 1300      Software Tools....................................................... 3
                                                                                                   Total Credit Hours ....................................................123




The accounting TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete ACC 2140, MA 1025, MA 2025, and MIS
1300 in order to enroll in the accounting TEAM. Please check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                                 *ACC 2300             Intermediate Accounting I ...................................... 3
                                 *ACC 2320             Intermediate Accounting II .................................... 3
                                 *ACC 2340             Intermediate Accounting III................................... 3
                                 *ACC 2430             Cost Accounting I ..................................................... 3
                                 *ACC 2440             Cost Accounting II ................................................... 3
                                 *ACC 2500             Individual Tax Accounting ..................................... 3
                                 *ACC 3300             Auditing ..................................................................... 3
                                 *ACC 3500             Corporate Tax Accounting .................................... 3
                                 *ACC 4700             Advanced Accounting I ........................................... 3
                                 *ACC 4740             Advanced Accounting II.......................................... 3




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                         Bachelor of Science
                         in Business Administration
Undergraduate Programs


                         —Health Care Administration
                         The health care administration concentration uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM),
                         with students organized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the health care administration
                         courses in a predetermined order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at
                         will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information,
                         please contact the Warrior Information Network.

                         Business Administration Core                                                                     English
                              BA 1200        Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                   ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                              BA 2010        Principles of Management.................................. 3                      ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                              BA 2020        Operations Management.................................... 3                       ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
                              BA 2410        Human Resource Management......................... 3
                              BA 2430        International Management ................................ 3                  Humanities & Social Sciences
                              BA 2500        Marketing............................................................... 3      HUM 2000            Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                              BA 2700        Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                     HUM              Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                              BA 2850        Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                            PSY 1700           Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
                              BA 3200        Business Ethics...................................................... 3           SS 2200           Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                              BA 4910        Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3                             SS 2210           Microeconomics .................................................. 3
                             FIN 3600        Corporate Finance............................................... 3                SS 2800           Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3

                         Math                                                                                             Health Care Administration
                             MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                                HCA 1100 Intro to Health Care Administration .............. 3
                             MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                                     HCA TEAM Courses (see below) ............................18
                             MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3
                                                                                                                          Science
                         Accounting & Information Systems                                                                 One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                            ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3                       BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
                            ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3                          SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
                             MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3
                                                                                                                          Approved Electives ....................................................18

                                                                                                                          Total Credits ..............................................................123


                         The health care administration TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete ACC 2140, BA 2010, ENG
                         1270, HCA 1100, and MA 1025 before enrolling in the health care administration TEAM. Please check the schedule for TEAM
                         starting dates.

                                                          Health Care Administration
                                                              *BIO 1140            Medical Terminology............................................... 3
                                                             *HCA 2100             Legal Aspects of Health Care Admin................... 3
                                                             *HCA 3100             Finance of Health Care Admin.............................. 3
                                                             *HCA 3200             Health Care Policy.................................................... 3
                                                             *HCA 4100             Managed Care & Medical Group Practice .......... 3
                                                             *HCA 4200             Long Term Care Administration ........................... 3




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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                               Undergraduate Programs
in Business Administration
—Human Resources
Students interested in earning their degrees in business administration may choose among the following concentrations: health care
administration, human resources, management, marketing, or MIS. Requirements for human resources are listed below, while the
health care administration requirements are on Page 8, management requirements on Page 10, MIS requirements on Page 11, and
marketing on Page 12.

Business Administration Core                                                                      Human Resources Concentration
      BA 1200        Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                    BA 2600        Occupational Safety and Health ...................... 3
      BA 2010        Principles of Management.................................. 3                       BA 3650        Compensation Management ............................ 3
      BA 2020        Operations Management.................................... 3                        BA 3800        Labor Relations ................................................... 3
      BA 2410        Human Resource Management......................... 3                               BA 4700        Training and Development................................ 3
      BA 2430        International Management ................................ 3                       PSY 3740        Counseling Techniques....................................... 3
      BA 2500        Marketing............................................................... 3
      BA 2700        Organizational Behavior..................................... 3               Science
      BA 2850        Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                        One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
      BA 3200        Business Ethics...................................................... 3         BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
      BA 4910        Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3                           SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
     FIN 3600        Corporate Finance............................................... 3
                                                                                                  Approved Electives ................................................... 24
Math
      MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                           Total Credits ..............................................................123
      MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3
      MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3

Accounting & Information Systems
    ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3
    ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
     MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3

English
    ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
    ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
    ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3

Humanities & Social Sciences
 HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
       HUM Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
   PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
     SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
     SS 2210 Microeconomics .................................................. 3
One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
     SS 2720 Group Dynamics
     SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology




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                         Bachelor of Science
                         in Business Administration
Undergraduate Programs


                         —Management
                         Students interested in earning their degrees in business administration may choose among the following concentrations: health
                         care administration, human resources, management, marketing, or MIS. Requirements for, management are listed below, while the
                         health care administration requirements are on Page 8, human resources requirements on page 9, MIS requirements on Page 11,
                         and marketing on Page 12.

                         Business Administration Core                                                                      Science
                               BA 1200        Foundations of Business ..................................... 3              One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                               BA 2010        Principles of Management.................................. 3                    BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
                               BA 2020        Operations Management                                                           SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
                                    or
                               BA 3110        Project Management I......................................... 3              Approved Electives ................................................... 36
                               BA 2410        Human Resource Management......................... 3
                               BA 2430        International Management ................................ 3                  Total Credits .....................................................123
                               BA 2500        Marketing............................................................... 3
                               BA 2700        Organizational Behavior
                                    or
                               BA 3710        Leadership ............................................................. 3
                               BA 2850        Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3
                               BA 3200        Business Ethics...................................................... 3
                               BA 4910        Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3
                              FIN 3600        Corporate Finance............................................... 3

                         Management Concentration
                                BA 4010 Quality Management .......................................... 3

                         Math
                               MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3
                               MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3
                               MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3

                         Accounting & Information Systems
                             ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3
                             ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
                              MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3

                         English
                             ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                             ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                             ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3

                         Humanities & Social Sciences
                          HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                                HUM Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                            PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
                              SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                              SS 2210 Microeconomics .................................................. 3
                         One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                              SS 2720 Group Dynamics
                              SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology



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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                       Undergraduate Programs
in Business Administration
Management Information Systems
The MIS concentration uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students
organized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the MIS courses in a predetermined
order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from
a TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the
Warrior Information Network.

Business Administration Core                                                                    English
     BA 1200       Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                  ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
     BA 2010       Principles of Management.................................. 3                     ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
     BA 2020       Operations Management.................................... 3                      ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
     BA 2410       Human Resource Management......................... 3
     BA 2430       International Management ................................ 3                  Humanities & Social Sciences
     BA 2500       Marketing............................................................... 3    HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
     BA 2700       Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                      HUM Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
     BA 2850       Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                           PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
     BA 3200       Business Ethics...................................................... 3           SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
     BA 4910       Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3                             SS 2210 Microeconomics .................................................. 3
    FIN 3600       Corporate Finance............................................... 3           One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                                                                                                     SS 2720 Group Dynamics
Math                                                                                                 SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology
      MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3
      MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                           Science
      MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                    One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                                                                                                   BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
Accounting                                                                                         SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
  ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3
  ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3                       Approved Electives ..................................................... 9

MIS                                                                                             Total Credits ..............................................................123
   MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3
       MIS TEAM courses (see below)..............................30



The MIS TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete MA 1025 to enroll in the MIS TEAM. Please check
the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                                     *MIS 1500           Computer Systems & Hardware............................ 3
                                     *MIS 2100           Networking & Infrastructure ................................. 3
                                     *MIS 2150           Component Analysis & Design............................. 3
                                     *MIS 3000           Programming Languages & Logic......................... 3
                                     *MIS 3100           Database Management ............................................ 3
                                     *MIS 3150           Database Application Development..................... 3
                                     *MIS 3200           Web Applications & the Internet .......................... 3
                                     *MIS 4000           Enterprise Resource Planning................................. 3
                                     *MIS 4200           Systems Analysis & Design ..................................... 3
                                     *MIS 4400           MIS Project Management ....................................... 3




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                         Bachelor of Science
                         in Business Administration
Undergraduate Programs


                         — Marketing
                         Business Administration Core                                                                    Humanities & Social Sciences
                             BA 1200        Foundations of Business ..................................... 3               HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                             BA 2010        Principles of Management.................................. 3                        HUM Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                             BA 2020        Operations Management .................................... 3                    PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology .............................. 3
                             BA 2410        Human Resource Management......................... 3                              SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                             BA 2430        International Management ................................ 3                       SS 2210 Microeconomics .................................................. 3
                             BA 2500        Marketing............................................................... 3   One of the two following courses .................................................. 3
                             BA 2700        Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                    SS 2720 Group Dynamics
                             BA 2850        Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                             SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology
                             BA 3200        Business Ethics ...................................................... 3
                             BA 4910        Business Policy & Strategic Planning............... 3                        Science
                            FIN 3600        Corporate Finance ............................................... 3          One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
                                                                                                                            BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
                         Math                                                                                               SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
                            MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3
                            MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                              Marketing Concentration
                            MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                              BA 2550       Personal Selling..................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                BA 2800       E-Commerce......................................................... 3
                         Accounting & Information Systems                                                                       BA 3300       Marketing Research ............................................. 3
                           ACC 1010 Accounting Principles ......................................... 3                           BA 3500       Advertising ............................................................ 3
                           ACC 2140 Managerial Accounting....................................... 3                              BA 3550       International Marketing...................................... 3
                            MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3                    BA 4500       Purchasing.............................................................. 3

                         English                                                                                         Approved Electives ....................................................21
                           ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                           ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3                       Total Credits ..............................................................123
                           ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3




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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Undergraduate Programs
in Criminal Justice
The bachelor’s degree program has a core of criminal justice courses but allows the student to specialize in either crime analysis, crimi-
nal justice administration or rehabilitative services through a specialty of five to six additional relevant courses. The criminal justice
degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students organized into TEAM groups
of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the criminal justice courses in a predetermined order. Since each course builds
upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to wait until the
next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the Warrior Information Network.

Criminal Justice                                                                              Humanities & Social Sciences
      CJ 1100 Intro. to the Criminal Justice System............... 3                            HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
           CJ TEAM Courses (see below) ............................36                              HUM            Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
           CJ Specialty Courses (see below) .........................21                          PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
                                                                                                 PSY 3760         Abnormal Psychology......................................... 3
English                                                                                               PSY         Electives.................................................................. 6
   ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3                       SS 2800         Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
   ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3                        SS 2810         Social Problems .................................................... 3
   ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
                                                                                              Physical Science
Information Systems                                                                           One of the four following courses
    MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3              PH 1000 Physical Science .................................................... 4
                                                                                                 BIO 1110 Anatomy and Physiology.................................... 3
Math                                                                                             CH 1000 Fundamentals of Chemistry .............................. 3
    MA 1000 Foundations of College Math............................ 3                            SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science ....................... 3
    MA 1025 Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3
    MA 2010 Foundations of Statistics..................................... 3                  CJ Electives .................................................................. 6

                                                                                              Approved Electives ..................................................... 6

                                                                                              Total Credits ................................................ 123 or 124*
                                                                                              * Total depends on choice of physical science course

The criminal justice TEAM consists of the courses listed below.                               Crime Analysis Specialty
Students must complete CJ 1100, MA 1000, and ENG 1250 to                                             BA 1200      Foundations of Business ..................................... 3
enroll in the TEAM. Check the schedule for TEAM start dates.                                         CJ 3520      Crime Scene Investigation.................................. 3
                                                                                                     CJ 3620      Forensic Science and Criminalistics................. 3
      CJ 1200      Criminology.......................................................... 3           CJ 4120      Death Investigation ............................................. 3
      CJ 1300      The Police in America ......................................... 3                 CJ 4220      Criminal Profiling................................................ 3
      CJ 1400      Corrections in America ...................................... 3                   CJ 4320      Fundamentals of Crime Analysis...................... 3
      CJ 2000      Homeland Security.............................................. 3                      CJ      Electives................................................................. 3
      CJ 2300      Substantive Criminal Law.................................. 3               Criminal Justice Administration Specialty
      CJ 2400      Understanding Procedural Law ........................ 3                           BA 1200      Foundations of Business ..................................... 3
      CJ 2500      Criminal Investigation ........................................ 3                 BA 2010      Principles of Management.................................. 3
      CJ 2600      Laws of Evidence .................................................. 3             BA 2700      Organizational Behavior..................................... 3
      CJ 3100      A System of Juvenile Justice ............................... 3                    CJ 3510      Community-Oriented Policing ........................ 3
      CJ 3200      Understanding Criminal Behavior................... 3                              CJ 4110      Law Enforcement Planning Process ................. 3
      CJ 3300      Victimology........................................................... 3          CJ 4210      Police Organization and Management............ 3
      CJ 3700      Ethics and Cultural Diversity in CJ................. 3                                 CJ      Electives................................................................. 3
                                                                                              Rehabilitative Services Specialty
                                                                                                    BA 1200       Foundations of Business ..................................... 3
                                                                                                    CJ 3530       Restorative Justice ................................................ 3
                                                                                                    CJ 4130       Probation/Parole Services and Care ................ 3
                                                                                                    CJ 4230       Corrections Counseling ..................................... 3
                                                                                                   PSY 3740       Counseling Techniques....................................... 3
                                                                                                   PSY 3770       Assessment in Psychology .................................. 3
                                                                                                         CJ       Electives................................................................. 3
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                         Bachelor of Science
                         in Human Services
Undergraduate Programs


                         The human services degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students
                         organized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the HS courses in a predetermined order.
                         Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a
                         TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the
                         Warrior Information Network.

                         Business Administration                                                                     Humanities & Social Sciences
                              BA 1200   Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                    CJ 3100           A System of Juvenile Justice ............................... 3
                              BA 2010   Principles of Management.................................. 3                     HUM 2000            Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                              BA 2410   Human Resource Management......................... 3                             HUM 3710            Ethics ...................................................................... 3
                              BA 2700   Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                      HUM              Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                              BA 4700   Training and Development................................ 3                        PSY 1700           Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
                                                                                                                          PSY 2000           Understanding Diversity .................................... 3
                         English                                                                                          PSY 3730           Aging....................................................................... 3
                            ENG 1250    English Composition I........................................ 3                   PSY 3740           Counseling Techniques....................................... 3
                            ENG 1270    English Composition II...................................... 3                    PSY 3760           Abnormal Psychology......................................... 3
                            ENG 2320    Professional Communication............................ 3                           SS 2200           Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                            ENG 2400    Grantwriting ......................................................... 3           SS 2720           Group Dynamics.................................................. 3
                                                                                                                           SS 2800           Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
                         Math, Science & Information Systems
                            BIO 1000    Introductory Biology .......................................... 4            Human Services
                            MA 1000     Foundations of College Math............................ 3                            HS 1200         Introduction to Human Services ..................... 3
                            MA 1025     Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                              HS 2600         Field Experience ................................................... 3
                            MIS 1300    Software Tools....................................................... 3              HS 4950         Internship............................................................... 3
                                                                                                                                 HS          TEAM courses (see below)..............................27

                                                                                                                     Electives
                                                                                                                     PSY, SS, CJ, SPA ............................................................................... 6

                                                                                                                     Approved Electives ..................................................... 3

                                                                                                                     Total Credits ............................................................. 124




                         The HS TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete ENG 1250, PSY 1700 and HS 1200 to enroll in the
                         HS TEAM. Please check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                                                          *HS 1500          Helping Relationships.............................................. 3
                                                          *HS 2000          Human Services Programming............................... 3
                                                        *LHS 2100           First Aid in Fitness Settings .................................... 3
                                                         *PSY 1750          Human Growth and Development....................... 3
                                                         *PSY 3770          Assessment in Psychology ....................................... 3
                                                         *PSY 3780          Research Methods & Statistics............................... 3
                                                        *REC 3010           Nonprofit Management........................................... 3
                                                           *SS 2810         Social Problems.......................................................... 3
                                                           *SS 2900         Community and Social Movements ..................... 3




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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                           Undergraduate Programs
in Industrial & Manufacturing Engineering (IME)
The IME degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules (TEAM), with students organized into
TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the courses in a predetermined order. Since each course builds
upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to wait until
the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the Warrior Information Network. Please
check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

Business Administration                                                                       Engineering
      BA 1200 Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                    *EGR 1710       Graphics and Design ........................................... 3
      BA 2010 Principles of Management.................................. 3                       *EGR 2000       Engineering Communication............................ 3
      OL 3400 Financial Systems for Decision-Making .......... 3                                 *EGR 2600       Materials Science.................................................. 3
                                                                                                 *EGR 2650       Manufacturing Processes .................................... 3
Math & Science                                                                                   *EGR 3430       Applied Probability and Statistics .................... 3
    *CH 1000         Fundamentals of Chemistry .............................. 3                  *EGR 3600       CAD I – Parametric Modeling ......................... 3
     *CS 1250        Problem Solving for Programmers ................... 3                       *EGR 4400       Professional Practice I ......................................... 3
    *MA 1035         College Algebra.................................................... 3        *EM 2030       Statics and Dynamics .......................................... 3
    *MA 1060         Trigonometry........................................................ 3      *IME 2010       Safety Engineering ............................................... 3
    *MA 1100         Applied Calculus I ............................................... 3        *IME 2020       Work Design ......................................................... 3
    *MA 1110         Applied Calculus II.............................................. 3         *IME 2110       Quality Control I................................................. 3
     *PH 1100        Fundamentals of Physics I .................................. 3              *IME 3020       Computer Sim. of Mfg. Processes .................... 3
     *PH 2100        Fundamentals of Physics II ................................ 3               *IME 3040       Computer Integrated Manufacturing.............. 4
                                                                                                 *IME 3060       Adv. Computer Integrated Manufacturing .... 3
English                                                                                          *IME 3110       Quality Control II ............................................... 3
    ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3                     *IME 3120       Design of Experiments........................................ 3
    ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3                      *IME 4110       Total Quality Management................................ 3
                                                                                                 *IME 4020       Lean Manufacturing ............................................ 3
Humanities and Social Sciences                                                                   *IME 4300       Integrated Resource Management.................... 3
 HUM 2000 Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3                            *IME 4950       IME Internship or Elective (Approved).......... 3
       HUM Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6                               *IME 4975       IME Senior Project ............................................. 4
   PSY 1700 Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
     SS 2200 Macroeconomics .................................................. 3              Total Credits ..............................................................122
One of the two following courses.................................................. 3
     SS 2720 Group Dynamics
     SS 2800 Introduction to Sociology




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                         Bachelor of Arts
                         in Information Systems
Undergraduate Programs


                         The Bachelor of Arts in Information Systems emphasizes both technical expertise and business knowledge. This contemporary
                         degree provides the skills to analyze, design, and implement information systems for a small business, a corporation or a multi-
                         national enterprise. The information systems degree uses a tracked teaching approach, Tracked Educational Adult Modules
                         (TEAM), with students organized into TEAM groups of 12 to 18 members. Each TEAM proceeds through the information
                         systems courses in a predetermined order. Since each course builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the
                         TEAM at will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional
                         information, please contact the Warrior Information Network.

                         Business Administration                                                                          English
                              BA 1200       Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                    ENG 1250 English Composition I........................................ 3
                              BA 2010       Principles of Management.................................. 3                       ENG 1270 English Composition II...................................... 3
                              BA 2500       Marketing............................................................... 3         ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3
                              BA 2800       E-Commerce......................................................... 3
                              OL 3400       Financial Systems for Decision-Making .......... 3                            Humanities & Social Sciences
                                                                                                                              HUM 2000            Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                         Math & Science                                                                                       HUM 3710            Ethics ...................................................................... 3
                             MA 1035 College Algebra.................................................... 3                       HUM              Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                             MA 2025 Statistical Problem-Solving ................................ 3                            PSY 1700           Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
                             SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science ....................... 3                                  SS 2200           Macroeconomics .................................................. 3
                                                                                                                                SS 2210           Microeconomics................................................... 3
                         Information Systems                                                                                    SS 2800           Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
                             MIS 1300 Software Tools....................................................... 3
                                   IS TEAM courses (see below)..............................36                            Approved Electives ................................................... 24

                                                                                                                          Total Credits ............................................................. 120




                         The information systems TEAM consists of the courses listed below. Students must complete MIS 1300 and MA 1035 in order to
                         enroll in the information systems TEAM. Please check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

                                                               *CS 1250           Problem-Solving for Programmers........................ 3
                                                               *CS 2500           Database Systems....................................................... 3
                                                                *IS 1300          Programming I .......................................................... 3
                                                                *IS 2100          Internet Programming.............................................. 3
                                                                *IS 2200          Developing Business Solutions............................... 3
                                                                *IS 2300          Programming II ......................................................... 3
                                                                *IS 2900          Web Applications...................................................... 3
                                                                *IS 3100          Information Security ................................................ 3
                                                                *IS 4100          Systems Analysis and Design .................................. 3
                                                                *IS 4600          Disaster Recovery...................................................... 3
                                                                *IS 4800          Technical Project Management.............................. 3
                                                             *NET 1100            Introduction to Networking................................... 3




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Bachelor of Science




                                                                                                                                                                                                    Undergraduate Programs
in Organizational Leadership
The organizational leadership program provides students with the leadership competencies needed for middle management suc-
cess in a variety of job families and functions. To fully develop the leadership skills of students, the program focuses on four key
competency areas: operations and administrative competencies; human relations and interpersonal competencies; decision-making
and critical thinking competencies; and communication competencies. To facilitate development of these competencies, courses
marked with an asterisk (*) must be taken in sequence as part of a Tracked Educational Adult Module (TEAM). Since each course
builds upon the previous one, students cannot drop in or out of the TEAM at will. If you drop from a TEAM, you may have to
wait until the next TEAM to re-register for classes. For additional information, please contact the Warrior Information Network.
Please check the schedule for TEAM starting dates.

Operations & Administrative Competencies                                                        Humanities & Social Sciences
     BA 1200       Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                HUM 2000          Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
     BA 2010       Principles of Management.................................. 3                       HUM           Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
     BA 2410       Human Resource Management......................... 3                            PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
     BA 2500       Marketing............................................................... 3        SS 2800        Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
     BA 2850       Managing in a Legal Environment ................... 3                           SS or PSY        Electives.................................................................. 3
    MIS 1300       Software Tools....................................................... 3
                                                                                                Math & Sciences
Human Relations & Interpersonal Competencies                                                        MA 2010 Foundations of Statistics..................................... 3
     BA 2700       Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                  One of the two following courses............................................. 3
     BA 3710       Leadership ............................................................. 3            BIO 1000 Introductory Biology
    *OL 3000       Employee Development ..................................... 3                          SCI 2000 Contemporary Issues in Science
    PSY 2000       Understanding Diversity .................................... 3
      SS 2850      Conflict Resolution............................................. 3           Approved Electives ................................................... 33

Decision-Making & Critical Thinking Competencies                                                Total Credits ............................................................. 120
     BA 3200 Business Ethics...................................................... 3
    *OL 3200 Managing Organizational Change                                                     *Students must complete at least 45 credit hours, including
             & Continuous Improvement............................. 3                            ENG 1250 and BA 2700, before enrolling in the organizational
    *OL 3300 Quantitative Decision Making.......................... 3                           leadership TEAM.
    *OL 3400 Financial Systems for Decision-Making .......... 3
    *OL 4000 Strategic Planning ................................................ 3
    *OL 4100 Qualitative Decision Making ............................ 3
    *OL 4900 Organizational Leadership Capstone .............. 3

Communication Competencies
   ENG 1250 English Composition I ....................................... 3
   ENG 1270 English Composition II ..................................... 3
   ENG 2320 Professional Communication............................ 3




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                         Bachelor of Science
                         in Psychology
Undergraduate Programs

                         The primary focus of the psychology curriculum is to provide the foundation for a practitioner-oriented career. The curriculum
                         also includes course requirements appropriate for students interested in further graduate study and research. Graduates holding
                         this degree may choose a career in many fields including human services, human resource development, sales, law enforcement,
                         market research, child care, counseling, and residential care for elderly or developmentally impaired persons.


                         Business Administration                                                                          Psychology
                              BA 1200   Foundations of Business ..................................... 3                         PSY 1700         Introduction to Psychology ............................... 3
                              BA 2010   Principles of Management.................................. 3                            PSY 1750         Human Growth & Development..................... 3
                              BA 2700   Organizational Behavior..................................... 3                          PSY 2000         Understanding Diversity .................................... 3
                                  BA    Elective ................................................................... 3          PSY 2760         Personality Theory............................................... 3
                                                                                                                                PSY 2780         Social Psychology................................................. 3
                         English                                                                                                PSY 3720         Child & Adolescent Psychology....................... 3
                            ENG 1250    English Composition I........................................ 3                         PSY 3730         Aging....................................................................... 3
                            ENG 1270    English Composition II...................................... 3                          PSY 3740         Counseling Techniques....................................... 3
                            ENG 2320    Professional Communications .......................... 3                                PSY 3760         Abnormal Psychology......................................... 3
                            ENG 2400    Grantwriting ......................................................... 3                PSY 3770         Assessment in Psychology .................................. 3
                                                                                                                                PSY 3780         Research & Statistics in Psychology................. 3
                         Math, Science & Information Systems                                                                    PSY 4200         Senior Seminar in Psychology........................... 3
                             BIO 1110   Anatomy & Physiology....................................... 3                           PSY 4950         Internship in Psychology.................................... 3
                             MA 1000    Foundations of College Math............................ 3
                             MA 1025    Mathematical Problem-Solving......................... 3                           Electives
                             MIS 1300   Software Tools....................................................... 3           PSY, SS, CJ, HUM .......................................................................... 9

                         Humanities & Social Sciences                                                                     Approved Electives ..................................................... 6
                             CJ 1100    Introduction to the Criminal Justice System.. 3
                             HS 1200    Introduction to Human Services ...................... 3                           Total Credits ..............................................................123
                           HUM 2000     Introduction to Humanities .............................. 3
                           HUM 3710     Ethics ...................................................................... 3
                               HUM      Electives (3 credits must be literature)............. 6
                            REC 3010    Nonprofit Management Practices..................... 3
                              SS 2720   Group Dynamics.................................................. 3
                              SS 2800   Introduction to Sociology.................................. 3
                              SS 2810   Social Problems .................................................... 3
                                   SS   Elective ................................................................... 3




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Master of Business Administration (MBA)




                                                                                                                                                                                            Graduate Programs
— Human Resources, Management, Marketing
The MBA examines the core functional areas of an organization. The disciplines of management, marketing, finance, account-
ing, and economics are explored. MBA students can become immersed in a concentration that best fits their goals. The following
courses are required for students in the human resources, marketing, and management concentrations. The requirements for the
accounting concentration are listed below. Requirements for the health care management concentration are on page 20.

Core Courses                                                                                   Concentration Courses ............................................... 6
   MBA 5000         Executive Management ...................................... 3
   MBA 5130         Managerial Accounting....................................... 3             Electives........................................................................ 6
   MBA 5210         Business Statistics ................................................. 3
   MBA 5220         Marketing Management ..................................... 3               Total Credits ...............................................................42

Also Required
   MBA 5110 Management Information Systems................... 3
   MBA 5120 Managerial Economics........................................ 3
   MBA 5200 Financial Management........................................ 3
   MBA 5310 Business Ethics...................................................... 3
   MBA 5330 Business Law ......................................................... 3
       Students in the human resources concentration
       may substitute MBA 6600 for MBA 5330
   MBA 7000 Business Policy & Strategy ................................. 3


Elective courses are any graduate-level business courses offered by the university or accepted as transfer credit. Below are the courses
required for the human resources, management, and marketing concentrations. Students may have dual concentrations; however,
they must complete the required courses for each concentration.

Human Resources Concentration                                                                  Marketing Concentration
   MBA 5600 Human Resource Management......................... 3                                  MBA 6420 Marketing Research ............................................. 3
   MBA 6200 Performance Management ................................. 3                            MBA 6400 International Marketing...................................... 3

Management Concentration
   MBA 5300 Organizational Behavior..................................... 3
   MBA 5340 Operations Management.................................... 3


— Accounting
The requirements for the accounting concentration are listed below.

Core Courses                                                                                   Accounting Concentration Courses
   MBA 5000 Executive Management ...................................... 3                         MBA 6800         Accounting Automation..................................... 3
   MBA 5210 Business Statistics ................................................. 3               MBA 6810         Communication for Accountants .................... 3
   MBA 5220 Marketing Management ..................................... 3                          MBA 6820         Fraud Examination .............................................. 3
                                                                                                  MBA 6860         Becker Review....................................................... 6
Also Required
   MBA 5110         Management Information Systems................... 3                        Total Credits ...............................................................42
   MBA 5120         Managerial Economics........................................ 3
   MBA 5200         Financial Management........................................ 3             * MBA 6860 is the last course in the program for students in
   MBA 5310         Business Ethics...................................................... 3    the accounting concentration. The student’s grade is based upon
   MBA 5330         Business Law ......................................................... 3   the number of “Certificates of Continuing Help” received by
   MBA 7000         Business Policy & Strategy ................................. 3             the Becker review. Four certificates is an A. Three certificates is a
                                                                                               B. Two certificates is a C. One or none is an F.


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                    Master of Business Administration (MBA)
Graduate Programs

                    — Health Care Management
                    The requirements for the health care management concentration are listed below. This concentration is only available online. See
                    Online Graduate Course schedule on page 38.

                    Core Courses                                                                               Concentration Courses
                      MBA 5000       Executive Management....................................... 3               HCM 5000          Introduction to Health Care Management .... 3
                      MBA 5130       Managerial Accounting....................................... 3              HCM 6200          Health Care Operations and Quality.............. 3
                      MBA 5210       Business Statistics ................................................. 3     HCM 6300          Health Care Policy and Ethics .......................... 3
                      MBA 5220       Marketing Management ..................................... 3                HCM 6400          Health Care Finance............................................ 3

                    Also Required                                                                              Total Credits ...............................................................42
                      HCM 5300       Health Care Law .................................................. 3
                      MBA 5110       Management Information Systems................... 3
                      MBA 5120       Managerial Economics........................................ 3
                      MBA 5200       Financial Management........................................ 3
                      MBA 5310       Business Ethics...................................................... 3
                      MBA 7000       Business Policy and Strategy.............................. 3




                    Master of Science
                    in Management (MSM)
                    The Master of Science in Management develops expertise in using qualitative tools in decision-making and problem-solving.
                    Graduates of the program are equipped with knowledge of leadership processes; total quality and change management; work
                    motivation, empowerment, and organizational culture; financial decision-making; and general management practices. The MSM
                    requires 42 credits of course work spread over 14 classes. The following courses are required:

                    Core Courses                                                                               Electives........................................................................ 6
                      MBA 5000 Executive Management....................................... 3
                      MSM 5100 Qualitative Decision-Making ............................ 3                      Total Credits ...............................................................42
                      MSM 5125 Accounting & Finance for Managers............... 3
                                                                                                               Elective courses are any graduate-level business courses offered
                    Also Required                                                                              by the university or accepted as transfer credit.
                      MBA 5300       Organizational Behavior..................................... 3
                      MBA 5310       Business Ethics...................................................... 3
                      MBA 5320       Quality Management .......................................... 3
                      MBA 5600       Human Resource Management......................... 3
                      MBA 6600       Employment Law................................................. 3
                      MSM 5350       Customer Relationship Management.............. 3
                      MSM 5400       Negotiation Skills................................................. 3
                      MSM 6400       Managing Change................................................ 3
                      MSM 7200       Applied Management Project ........................... 3




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MBA/MSM




                                                                                                                                                                                Graduate Programs
Dual Degree
The dual MBA/MSM degree program is designed for the individual who wants competency in both the leadership skills obtained
within the MSM curriculum along with the solid business analysis and quantitative skills offered within the MBA program. The
dual degree requires the following courses:

Core Courses                                                                              Electives........................................................................ 6
  MBA 5000      Executive Management ...................................... 3
  MBA 5130      Managerial Accounting....................................... 3            Total Credits ...............................................................60
  MBA 5210      Business Statistics ................................................. 3
  MBA 5220      Marketing Management ..................................... 3              Elective courses are any graduate-level business courses offered
                                                                                          by the university or accepted as transfer credit.
Also Required
  MBA 5110      Management Information Systems................... 3
  MBA 5120      Managerial Economics........................................ 3
  MBA 5200      Financial Management........................................ 3
  MBA 5300      Organizational Behavior..................................... 3
  MBA 5310      Business Ethics...................................................... 3
  MBA 5320      Quality Management .......................................... 3
  MBA 5340      Operations Management.................................... 3
  MBA 5350      Customer Relationship Management.............. 3
  MBA 5600      Human Resource Management......................... 3
  MBA 5330      Business Law
        or
  MBA 6600      Employment Law................................................. 3
  MBA 7000      Business Policy & Strategy ................................. 3
  MSM 5100      Qualitative Decision Making ............................ 3
  MSM 5400      Negotiation Skills................................................. 3
  MSM 6400      Managing Change................................................ 3




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                    Master of Science
                    in Engineering Management (MSE)
Graduate Programs

                    The Master of Science in Engineering Management is designed for professionals with a technical background who are preparing
                    to assume more managerial responsibilities, or who are broadening their knowledge base. Topics such as quality assurance, lean
                    manufacturing, and enterprise resource planning are complemented with the study of financial management, project management,
                    managerial economics, and more. This integration creates an educational experience which can be thought of as an MBA with a
                    technical focus. The Master of Science in Engineering Management consists of 14 classes for a total of 42 credits.

                    MSE Courses                                                                                 MBA Courses
                       MSE 5000       Intro. to Engineering Management.................. 3                         MBA 5110         Management Information Systems................... 3
                       MSE 6010       Environmental Health and Safety .................... 3                       MBA 5120         Managerial Economics........................................ 3
                       MSE 6020       Designing for Lean Manufacturing.................. 3                         MBA 5130         Managerial Accounting....................................... 3
                       MSE 6030       Enterprise Resource Planning............................ 3                   MBA 5200         Financial Management........................................ 3
                       MSE 6040       Computer Integrated Manufacturing.............. 3                            MBA 5220         Marketing Management ..................................... 3
                       MSE 6050       Statistical Methods in Quality Assurance....... 3                            MBA 6310         Project Management ........................................... 3
                       MSE 6060       Legal Implications for the Eng. Manager........ 3
                       MSE 7000       Adv. Topics in Engineering Mgmt.................... 3                     Total Credits ...............................................................42




                    MBA/MSE
                    Dual Degree
                    The dual MBA/MSE degree program is designed for the individual with a technical background who wants to gain an understand-
                    ing of the core functional areas of business. A student may take the HR, management, or marketing concentrations in the MBA.
                    The dual degree requires the following courses:

                    MSE Courses                                                                                 Concentration Classes ................................................ 6
                       MSE 5000 Introduction to Engineering Management..... 3
                       MSE 6010 Environmental Health and Safety .................... 3                          Electives........................................................................ 6
                       MSE 6020 Designing for Lean Manufacturing.................. 3
                       MSE 6030 Enterprise Resource Planning............................ 3                      Total Credits ...............................................................60
                       MSE 6040 Computer Integrated Manufacturing.............. 3
                       MSE 6050 Statistical Methods in Quality Assurance....... 3                               Human Resources Concentration
                       MSE 6060 Legal Implications for the                                                         MBA 5600 Human Resource Management......................... 3
                                Engineering Manager .......................................... 3                   MBA 6200 Performance Management ................................. 3
                       MSE 7000 Advanced Topics in Engineering ...................... 3
                                                                                                                Management Concentration
                    MBA Courses                                                                                    MBA 5300 Organizational Behavior..................................... 3
                      MBA 5110        Management Information Systems................... 3                          MBA 5340 Operations Management.................................... 3
                      MBA 5120        Managerial Economics........................................ 3
                      MBA 5130        Managerial Accounting....................................... 3            Marketing Concentration
                      MBA 5200        Financial Management........................................ 3               MBA 6420 Marketing Research ............................................. 3
                      MBA 5220        Marketing Management ..................................... 3                 MBA 6400 International Marketing...................................... 3
                      MBA 5310        Business Ethics...................................................... 3
                      MBA 6310        Project Management ........................................... 3          Elective courses are any graduate-level business courses offered
                      MBA 7000        Business Policy and Strategy.............................. 3              by the university or accepted as transfer credit.



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Master of Science
in Organizational Leadership (MSOL)




                                                                                                                                                                                       Graduate Programs
The Master of Science in Organizational Leadership gives you exposure to leadership theory and current best practices. After you
complete the program, you will have working knowledge of visionary leadership skills to support global service.

Core Courses: Personal Leadership                                                           Organizational Leadership
  MBA 5310        Business Ethics...................................................... 3     MBA 5110          Management Information Systems................... 3
 MSOL 5000        Leadership Styles & Leadership Development .. 3                             MBA 6200          Performance Management ................................. 3
 MSOL 5200        Executive Communication ................................ 3                 MSOL 6500          Global Leadership Perspectives......................... 3
 MSOL 5300        Research Methods................................................ 3         MSOL 7300          Leadership Project ............................................... 3

Negotiation and Influence                                                                   Total Credits ............................................................... 36
  MSM 6400        Managing Change................................................ 3
  MSM 5400        Negotiation Skills................................................. 3
 MSOL 6300        Team Building....................................................... 3
 MSOL 5500        Financial Concepts for Leaders......................... 3



Master of Science
in Police Administration (MPA)
The master’s degree program provides professionals in police administration the chance to further understand and develop exper-
tise in the study of administration and leadership. Students develop expertise through coursework that stresses the application of
theory, applicable research methods, and problem-solving activities relevant to modern day police administration and leadership.
The final capstone project offers students the opportunity to apply what they have learned in their coursework to real-life adminis-
tration and leadership issues.

Foundation Core                                                                             Capstone
   MPA 5000 Criminological Theory ....................................... 3                     MPA 7000 Capstone Requirement....................................... 3
   MPA 5100 Criminal Justice Statistics................................... 3
   MPA 5200 Criminal Justice Research Methods................. 3                            Total Credits ............................................................... 33

Concentration
   MPA 6100       Principles of Leadership...................................... 3
   MPA 6200       Ethics of Supervision........................................... 3
   MPA 6300       Police Organizational Behavior ........................ 3
   MPA 6400       Police Management ............................................. 3
   MPA 6500       Police Administration......................................... 3
   MPA 6600       Budgeting and Resource Management............ 3
   MPA 6700       Legal Issues in Supervision................................. 3



Ph.D.
in Global Leadership
Indiana Tech offers the only Ph.D. program based in northeast Indiana. The Ph.D. in Global Leadership is designed for the post-
graduate student seeking intensive scholarly work in the realm of leadership studies. The Ph.D. requires a minimum of 60 credits of
graduate level course work beyond the master’s level. Coursework will be a blend of online work, self-study, and ongoing consulta-
tion with faculty. The program consists of four components: the research core, the global leadership core, a specialization, and the
dissertation. For more information, visit www.IndianaTech.edu/PhD


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                                      Student Resources and Services
University Policies and Information

                                      www.IndianaTech.edu                                                         cialist can help you gain readmission if you have not been
                                      The Indiana Tech Web site holds a wealth of information for current         enrolled at Indiana Tech for three years or more.
                                      and prospective students. Visit www.IndianaTech.edu when you            ■   Elkhart: The Elkhart campus has an academic resource cen-
                                      need information on topics such as class locations, course schedules,       ter, which includes study space and computers. An academic
                                      Credit for Learning, and financial aid. Forms that can be completed         resource specialist is available to assist you with computer
                                      online or downloaded in PDF format include:                                 and other related questions.
                                      ■ Admissions applications                                               ■   Kendallville: Our Kendallville location (located within
                                      ■ Registration forms                                                        the Four County Cooperative Vocational Center) offers
                                      ■ Financial aid applications                                                access to the community computer lab, and the building is
                                      ■ Payment option forms                                                      equipped with Wi-Fi.
                                      ■ Petitions for graduation                                              ■   Louisville: The newly opened campus offers an academic
                                      ■ Transcript requests                                                       resource center, which contains a computer lab, and the
                                      ■ Change of curriculum forms                                                building is equipped with Wi-Fi. Our enrollment assistant
                                                                                                                  is available to assist with questions.
                                      my.IndianaTech.edu                                                      ■   Indianapolis: The Pyramids campus provides an academic
                                      In addition to the public Web site at www.IndianaTech.edu, the              resource center that includes computers, a quiet place to
                                      university also provides services to students at                            study, and an academic resource specialist. This location also
                                      my.IndianaTech.edu. These services include:                                 houses a financial aid specialist and retention specialist.
                                      ■ A personal secure account to use in computer labs                     ■   New Albany: The New Albany location is ideal for our
                                      ■ An IndianaTech.net e-mail account                                         learners in the area. It offers a computer lab and a quiet place
                                      ■ Access to your grades, schedule, and degree progress                      to study. Our enrollment assistant is available to help with
                                      ■ Access to business office and financial aid information                   computer and other questions.
                                                                                                              ■   Other Locations: Our Fishers, Greenwood, Huntington,
                                      To activate your account, visit www.IndianaTech.edu/its. Go to              Mishawaka, Munster, Plainfield, and Warsaw locations
                                      the Student Accounts box and click on “Click here for more in-              provide a computer lab and an academic resource specialist.
                                      formation.” Then click in the Account Activation box. You will              Many of these locations are also equipped with Wi-Fi.
                                      be required to verify your ID number, birth date, social security
                                      number, first name, and last name. You then will be permitted           Tutoring
                                      to set your password.                                                   The College of Professional Studies offers free tutoring for
                                                                                                              several key courses. For more information on tutoring policies
                                      Warrior Information Network                                             and assistance in arranging tutors, contact:
                                      The Warrior Information Network consolidates administra-
                                      tive services into one convenient resource. A phone call to             ■ Fort Wayne: Tina Moore, tmmoore@indianatech.edu,
                                      888.832.4742 will take care of most of your needs at the univer-          260.422.5561 or 800.288.1766 ext. 2363
                                      sity, including:                                                        ■ Indianapolis: Dan Wearstler, dbwearstler@indianatech.edu,
                                      ■ Registrations                                                           317.466.2121 or 800.288.1766 ext. 4102
                                      ■ Class withdrawals                                                     ■ Elkhart: Janice Cunningham, jmcunningham@indianatech.
                                      ■ Tuition payments                                                        edu, 574.296.7075 or 800.288.1766 ext. 4410
                                      ■ Updates of personal information (name, address, e-mail,               ■ Online: Ben Lee, yblee@IndianaTech.edu, 260.422.5561
                                          shipping address, etc.)                                               ext. 2225

                                      There are three ways to contact the WIN:                                Career Services
                                      ■ E-mail: WIN@indianatech.edu.                                          The Career Planning and Development Center offers free ser-
                                      ■ Telephone: 888.832.4742, from 8:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday              vices to all Indiana Tech students and alumni including:
                                        through Thursday and 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday with the              ■ Career advising
                                        exception of holidays.                                                ■ Job search preparation
                                      ■ Fax: 260.424.4831 or toll-free 888.832.4844.                          ■ Workshops and events such as etiquette dinners, profes-
                                                                                                                 sional dress fashion shows, and networking nights
                                      Campus Resources                                                        ■ Online job posting and résumés at Warrior Jobs
                                      Each Indiana Tech location provides resources to support your
                                      sucess as a student.                                                    To learn more about the career services available to you:
                                      ■ Fort Wayne: Our Fort Wayne campus offers McMillen                     ■ Visit www.IndianaTech.edu/careercenter
                                         Library and the Career Planning and Development Center               ■ Call 800.937.2448, ext. 2217
                                         and also houses a retention specialist. Our retention spe-           ■ Email careercenter@indianatech.edu


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General Information




                                                                                                                                                 University Policies and Information
Accreditation                                                           Software
Indiana Tech is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission            Because of licensing agreements, some classes will require you to
of the North Central Association of Colleges and Schools. For           purchase software for your personal use.
more information on accreditation, contact the Higher Learn-
ing Commission at 30 N. LaSalle Street, Suite 2400, Chicago,            Change of Name or Address
IL 60602-2504, (800) 621-7440. The university is approved               Please notify the Warrior Information Network of any name,
and officially recognized by the U.S. Office of Education and           address, e-mail, or telephone number changes. Name changes
the U.S. State Department and is approved by the State Approv-          require appropriate documentation.
al Agency for the enrollment of veterans and eligible persons.
                                                                        Grades
Enrollment Status                                                       Visit my.indianatech.edu, then enter your user name and
■ A full-time undergraduate student is one who is enrolled for          password, click on Academics, then select Grade Report, select
  12 or more continuous credit hours per semester                       the term, then Final Grade Report. A screen with your name,
■ A three-quarter-time undergraduate student is one who is              courses and GPA information will appear. If you need to print a
  enrolled for 9 to 11 continuous credit hours per semester             copy, just select the printer icon in the upper right corner of the
■ A half-time undergraduate student is one who is enrolled for          screen.
  6 to 8 continuous credit hours per semester
■ A full-time graduate student is one who is enrolled for 9 or          You will be responsible for checking your grades each session. If
  more continuous credit hours per semester                             you don’t know your my.indianatech.edu account information,
                                                                        go to my.indianatech.edu and select the appropriate link in the
Registration                                                            area under Students. Questions about specific grades should be
Registration can be handled online or through the Warrior               directed to the professor. Any questions about the information
Information Network. All registrations are processed on a first-        on my.indianatech.edu should be directed to the Warrior Infor-
come, first-served basis. By registering for classes, the student       mation Network at 888.832.4742 or WIN@indianatech.edu.
agrees to abide by the university’s policies and regulations.
                                                                        If you need an official grade report for your employer, please
Textbooks                                                               complete, sign and submit a Printed Grade Report Request
Textbooks are loaned to students enrolled in courses meeting            form.
face-to-face. Instructors collect textbooks at the last class meet-
ing. If you are unable to return the textbook to the instructor, it     Identification Cards
must be returned to Indiana Tech no later than one session after        If you would like a student I.D. card, please contact the campus
a class has ended.                                                      or office near you for information.

Online textbooks are loaned to students and should be returned to       Class Cancellations
Indiana Tech no later than one session after a class has ended. Ship-   Because weather can vary across the state, each campus must
ments for online books include a shipping envelope and postage          determine when conditions call for cancellations. Whenever
paid label for your convenience.                                        possible, the College of Professional Studies will decide whether
                                                                        to cancel classes no later than 3 p.m. Sundays through Thurs-
You will be billed for books not returned within the policy             days or 7 a.m. Saturdays. For information:
guidelines. If you wish to purchase a textbook, you can keep the        ■ Sign up for class cancellation text messages by clicking on
textbook and your account will be billed.                                   the Indiana Tech Connection logo at www.IndianaTech.edu.
                                                                        ■ Visit our Web site (www.IndianaTech.edu)
Shipping Address                                                        ■ Call (260) 399-2841 or toll free (800) 288-1766, ext. 2411
                                                                            (press 1 first). Please listen carefully as classes are often can-
Textbooks are shipped via UPS to your home address. If you would            celled in some locations, but not others.
like your books shipped to an alternate address, please contact the     ■ Watch WANE or WPTA or listen to WAJI 95.1 FM in Fort
Warrior Information Network before the registration deadline                Wayne; 1070 AM (WIBC), 93.9 FM (WGRL), 95.5 FM
of that session. Doing so will initiate a permanent change in your          (WFMS) and 104.5 FM (WGLD) in Indianapolis; and
shipping address for textbooks only. All other mail will be sent to         WNDU-TV, WBST-TV, 101.5 FM, 94.3 FM, 99.9 FM,
your home address. We cannot use P.O. boxes for UPS delivery.               960 AM, and, on weekdays, 92.9 FM in Elkhart.




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                                      Academic Policies
University Policies and Information

                                      Earning College Credit                                              Academic Credit Load
                                      There are several ways you can earn credit toward your degree       Undergraduate students are allowed to register for two classes
                                      from Indiana Tech:                                                  per session up to 18 credits in a semester. The 18 credit limit
                                      ■ Successfully completing Indiana Tech courses either in class,     includes all methods of delivery: in class, online and Indepen-
                                         online or through Independent Study                              dent Study.
                                      ■ Transferring credit from other colleges
                                      ■ Passing standardized tests such as CLEP, the College-             The criteria to enroll in additional credits in a semester are
                                         Level Examination Program, or the Defense Department’s           as follows:
                                         DANTES program                                                   ■ The student must be in good academic standing with a
                                      ■ Using military experience or corporate training, which when           cumulative grade point average of 3.0.
                                         evaluated may be worthy of college credit                        ■ The student must have completed at least 24 credits at
                                      ■ Turning your prior learning into college credit through the           Indiana Tech.
                                         Credit for Learning Program (ENG 2220). Please see the           ■ Dean approval.
                                         College of Professional Studies Student Handbook for more
                                         information on this option.                                      Academic Withdrawal Policy
                                                                                                          You can withdraw from an Accelerated Degree Program or
                                      Change of Curriculum Policy                                         online course without academic record until the end of the
                                      Students wishing to change degree programs must complete the        first week of the course (all session lengths). Withdrawals with
                                      Change of Curriculum Form (available on our Web site at www.        record are allowed until the end of week 3 for five- and six-week
                                      IndianaTech.edu) and return it with a $10 fee to the registrar.     courses; until the end of week 5 for 10-week courses; and until
                                      Forms returned without the required fee will be charged to your     the end of week 6 for 12-week courses. See the Drop Policy be-
                                      account. Upon changing curriculums, the student must follow         low for information on refunds. You must contact the Warrior
                                      all conditions of the new curriculum.                               Information Network to withdraw, or you will receive a failing
                                                                                                          grade and be charged for the class.
                                      Students may change to the curriculum of the current year
                                      with the approval of the registrar. Students may not change to a    Refund Policy
                                      curriculum in force prior to their enrollment, nor may students     An Accelerated Degree Program or online course can be
                                      revert to previous curriculum requirements after officially         dropped without charge until the end of the first week of the
                                      changing to a current year curriculum.                              session (e.g., the first Friday of classes). Saturday classes must be
                                                                                                          dropped on the Monday following the first class. Drops during
                                      Class Attendance                                                    the second week will receive a 75 percent refund. Third-week
                                      Due to the accelerated pace of the courses, students are required   drops will receive a 50 percent refund. This applies to all session
                                      to attend each class for the full allotted class time.              lengths. Drops can be handled by phone or via e-mail. Students
                                                                                                          will receive a drop confirmation email.
                                      If you are unable to attend the first class due to an emergency,
                                      you must contact the instructor prior to the class or within 3      You must contact the Warrior Information Network to
                                      days of the absence. The instructor will decide whether a make-     withdraw, or you will receive a failing grade and be charged
                                      up assignment is possible for the course. If a make-up assign-      for the class.
                                      ment is available, the instructor will make a request on your
                                      behalf to the associate dean who will make the final decision
                                      about the absence. If not, you will be asked to drop the class.
                                      Failure to contact the instructor regarding a first night absence
                                      will result in an administrative withdrawal from class.

                                      If your request is approved, an email confirmation will be sent
                                      from the registrar’s office. Once approved, students are respon-
                                      sible to contact the WIN with any further schedule changes.

                                      Be aware that an absence could result in a grade reduction. Two
                                      absences during a single-session course and three absences from
                                      a two-session course will result in a failing grade.




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Academic Policies                                                                      continued




                                                                                                                                                                               University Policies and Information
Undergraduate deadlines for refunds are as follows:                                      Graduate deadlines for refunds are as follows:
                        100%	                        75%	                      50%                               100%	                        75%	                     50%
Session 5 . . . . . . . . 1/13. . . . . . . . . . . 1/20 . . . . . . . . . . 1/27        Session 5 . . . . . . . . 2/10. . . . . . . . . . . 2/17 . . . . . . . . . . 2/24
Session 6 . . . . . . . . 2/24. . . . . . . . . . . . 3/2 . . . . . . . . . . . .3/9     Session 6 . . . . . . . . 3/23. . . . . . . . . . . 3/30 . . . . . . . . . . . .4/6
Session 7 . . . . . . . . . 4/6. . . . . . . . . . . 4/13 . . . . . . . . . . 4/20       Session 7 . . . . . . . . . 5/4. . . . . . . . . . . 5/11 . . . . . . . . . . 5/18
Session 8 . . . . . . . . 5/11. . . . . . . . . . . 5/18 . . . . . . . . . . 5/25        Session 8 . . . . . . . . 6/15. . . . . . . . . . . 6/22 . . . . . . . . . . 6/29
Session 9 . . . . . . . . 6/15 . . . . . . . . . . 6/22 . . . . . . . . . . 6/29         Session 1 . . . . . . . . 7/27 . . . . . . . . . . . 8/3 . . . . . . . . . . 8/10
Session 1 . . . . . . . . 7/27 . . . . . . . . . . . 8/3 . . . . . . . . . . 8/10        Session 2 . . . . . . . . . 9/7 . . . . . . . . . . 9/14 . . . . . . . . . . 9/21
Session 2 . . . . . . . . 8/31. . . . . . . . . . . . 9/7 . . . . . . . . . . 9/14       Session 3 . . . . . . . 10/19 . . . . . . . . .10/26 . . . . . . . . . . 11/2
Session 3 . . . . . . . 10/12. . . . . . . . . .10/19 . . . . . . . . . 10/26            Session 4 . . . . . . . . 12/7 . . . . . . . . .12/14 . . . . . . . . . 12/21
Session 4 . . . . . . . 11/16. . . . . . . . . .11/30 . . . . . . . . . . 12/7
                                                                                         * Students who drop an online course with 100% tuition refund
                                                                                         are required to return the supplied course materials within 2
                                                                                         weeks of the withdrawal date. All returned materials should
                                                                                         be in good condition. Students will be charged $150 for not
                                                                                         returning the course materials.



Graduation Policies
Petition for Graduation                                                                  ■ All necessary credit hours required for the degree. Bachelor’s
In order to graduate, all students must file a Petition for Gradu-                         degrees require a minimum of 30 hours earned at Indiana
ation with the registrar’s office. Petitions are processed on a                            Tech. At least 21 of the 30 hours must be among the last
monthly basis and sent to the faculty for approval. The process                            credits completed by the student before graduation. Associ-
takes a minimum of 45 days from the date the petition is re-                               ate degrees require 15 hours earned at Indiana Tech, with
ceived, so please be patient with the registrar’s staff while the pe-                      at least 9 of the 15 being among the last credits completed
tition travels through the review and faculty approval process.                            before graduation. Individual exceptions to the policy can
                                                                                           be made only with written approval by the vice president of
Students can submit their petitions when they are within 4                                 academic affairs.
months of the anticipated course work completion date, or                                ■ Required courses in all areas of major study with a
when:                                                                                      minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.0
■ Associate students have earned 45 credits                                              ■ All courses, required and elected, at an overall minimum
■ Bachelor students have earned 102 credits                                                cumulative grade point average of 2.0
■ Graduate students have earned 27 credits                                               ■ All financial obligations to the university
For a copy of the Petition for Graduation form, please call the                          ■ Completion of exit loan counseling at
Warrior Information Network or visit our Web site at www.                                  www.studentloans.gov
IndianaTech.edu.
                                                                                         Graduation Requirements—Graduate
Commencement Ceremony                                                                    To qualify for graduation from Indiana Tech, you must
Students planning to participate in the May commencement                                 successfully:
exercises must file the petition prior to February 1. Petitions                          ■ Complete all necessary credit hours for the degree, with no
filed after February 1 will not be accepted for participation in                            more than 9 transfer credits
the commencement ceremonies.                                                             ■ Achieve a minimum GPA of 3.0 with no more than 9 credit
                                                                                            hours of C work counting toward the degree
Note: Undergraduate students must be within 15 credits by                                ■ Complete all course work within seven years after
March 30 to participate in May commencement. Graduate                                       completing the first class
students must be within 12 credits by March 30 to participate                            ■ Satisfy all financial obligations to the university
in May commencement.                                                                     ■ Completion of exit loan counseling at
                                                                                            www.studentloans.gov
Graduation Requirements—Undergraduate
To qualify for graduation from Indiana Tech, you must
successfully complete:


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                                      Tuition and Payment Information
University Policies and Information

                                      Tuition Payment Options                                                 Tuition and Fees for 2011-12
                                      Indiana Tech offers six payment options for students in the
                                      College of Professional Studies. All students must submit a pay-        Classroom Program Tuition
                                      ment options form available at www.IndianaTech.edu/forms.               Graduate Tuition ....................................................$470 per credit
                                      ■ Pre-pay: Each course must be paid in full by the registration         Graduate Tuition — Engineering ......................$510 per credit
                                          deadline for each session.                                          Graduate Auditing Fee...........................................$235 per credit
                                      ■ Automatic Payment: An agreement may be signed authoriz-               Undergraduate Tuition..........................................$360 per credit
                                          ing Indiana Tech to automatically charge your debit/credit          Undergraduate Tuition — Engineering.............$380 per credit
                                          card or checking/savings account on the due date. When              Undergraduate Auditing Fee................................$180 per credit
                                          this choice is made, ALL tuition payments must be made
                                          through this process. Please contact the Business Office for        Online & Independent Study Tuition*
                                          the necessary forms and further information regarding this          Graduate Tuition ....................................................$470 per credit
                                          option.                                                             Graduate Tuition — Engineering .......................$510 per credit
                                      ■ Financial Aid: If you plan to use financial aid, you must file        Undergraduate Tuition..........................................$360 per credit
                                          the FAFSA before registering for your first session. You are        Undergraduate Tuition — Engineering.............$380 per credit
                                          responsible for submitting all required paperwork to the
                                          Financial Aid Office in a timely manner. You can file the           Other Fees
                                          FAFSA online at www.fafsa.ed.gov.                                   Graduate Application Fee ..........................................................$25
                                      ■ Voucher/Authorization Process: If your employer uses a                Undergraduate Application Fee................................................$25
                                          voucher system, you will choose this option. A voucher is an        Portfolio Tuition.......................................................$30 per credit
                                          approval form for each course obtained by the student from          Curriculum Change ....................................................................$10
                                          the employer. The voucher or authorization form is due to           Graduation Fee.............................................................................$50
                                          the Student Accounts Office by the registration deadline of         Late Registration Fee...................................................$20 per class
                                          each session.                                                       Tuition Deferment Fee ...............................................................$25
                                      ■ Tuition Assistance Deferment: If you receive tuition as-              Returned Check Fee................................................... $30 per item
                                          sistance from your employer, you qualify to defer tuition for       Returned ACH Fee.................................................... $30 per item
                                          45 days after the end of the session. If you select the deferred    Late tuition charge.......................................................$50 per class
                                          payment option you are authorizing Indiana Tech to auto-
                                          matically charge your debit/credit card for the amount of           *Online and Independent Study courses include textbooks that
                                          tuition along with a $50 late tuition fee per class if tuition is   will remain the property of the student.
                                          not paid by the date due.
                                      ■ Direct Billing: Some employers may wish to have their                 Fees valid through June 30, 2012.
                                          employees’ tuition billed directly. You should contact your
                                          admissions representative or the Business Office for more           HigherOne Refund Card
                                          information.                                                        As a new student you will be receiving a HigherOne Refund
                                      Your payment choice will remain in effect unless you request            Card through the mail 5 to 7 days after you have started your
                                      a change. If your situation changes and you need to choose a            first course. In the event that you have excess funding you will
                                      different payment option, you must submit a new Payment                 receive your refund on a HigherOne Refund Card. Please fol-
                                      Option Form.                                                            low the activation instructions included with your HigherOne
                                                                                                              Refund Card.
                                      Invoicing and Payments
                                      Tuition invoices are sent to all students the 4th week of class.
                                      Checks or credit cards may be used to pay tuition and fees.
                                      We accept MasterCard, Visa, American Express, and Discover.
                                      There is a $30 fee for all returned checks or Automatic Bank
                                      Withdrawals (ACH) that are declined. Automatic payment
                                      and deferment fees must be paid by debit/credit card.




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Financial Aid Information




                                                                                                                                             University Policies and Information
Types of Aid                                                         program. Applying for financial aid does not remove respon-
■ Federal Pell Grant                                                 sibility for payment if the funding is not received. The student
■ Academic Competitive Grant                                         must satisfy all outstanding balances.
■ Frank O’Bannon Grant
■ Indiana Freedom of Choice Award                                    Disbursements
■ Indiana Part-Time Award                                            Aid programs are disbursed as a credit to a student’s account.
■ Federal Subsidized Stafford Loan                                   This is usually done in two disbursements for those students en-
■ Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan                                 rolled for the academic year. Student loan funds are disbursed
■ Private Alternative Loan                                           in two installments usually by electronic fund transfer. Once all
■ Parent Loan for Undergraduate Student (for dependent students)     charges have been satisfied, any excess funds will be refunded
                                                                     to the student unless he or she specifically requests that they
Eligibility                                                          remain on the student account. Refunds are available after the
■ Must be enrolled or accepted in a degree program                   end of the second consecutive session of enrollment and after
■ Male students must satisfy requirements under the Selective        grades are posted.
   Service Act
■ Must not be in default on any federal (Title IV) loan or           Financial Aid for Graduate Students
   owe payment on any federal (Title IV) grant received at any       Financial assistance in the form of loans is available to those
   institution                                                       students enrolled in our graduate program. Full-time enrollment
■ Must be a citizen, national, or permanent resident of the          in the graduate program is considered to be 9 credit hours per se-
   United States                                                     mester. Federal grants are not available to assist graduate students.
■ Must maintain satisfactory academic progress
■ Must have a high school diploma or have successfully passed        Schedule Changes
   the General Education Development (GED) test approved             Dropping a class may adversely affect your financial aid package.
   by the U.S. Department of Education                               Please contact the financial aid office prior to dropping a class.
■ All first-time loan borrowers at Indiana Tech must complete        If you drop a class, you may be eligible to file a Leave of Absence
   online entrance loan counseling and a Master Promissory           form. The Leave of Absence form is available for students in cer-
   Note in order to receive loan funds                               tain situations when they are unable to attend class. You should
                                                                     contact the Financial Aid Office to see whether you qualify for
Financial Aid Package                                                a Leave of Absence.
Financial aid is processed for a full academic year and is
awarded in two semesters. No aid is packaged for the summer          Questions
session because it is not a required attendance period. Students,    We are here to help you obtain the funds necessary to complete
however, may request aid assistance by contacting the Financial      your degree. If you have questions about any of the information
Aid Office if they plan to attend year-round. The following          outlined, contact the Financial Aid Office at:
steps are part of the financial aid process:                         ■ (800) 288-1766
■ Student must file a Free Application for Federal Student Aid       ■ (800) 937-2448
    (FAFSA) and a CPS Institutional Financial Aid Application        ■ (260) 422-5561 ext. 2334
■ Financial aid forms are received at the Financial Aid Office       ■ (260) 422-1578, fax
    to determine eligibility.                                        ■ financialaid@indianatech.edu
■ Students receive a Financial Aid offer indicating the types
    and amounts of aid for which they qualify.
■ The aid package is based on the best estimate of the student’s
    expected enrollment status. Any changes in planned enroll-
    ment will affect the amount of aid for which the student
    may qualify.

Important Notes
In addition to the Payment Option Form that all students com-
plete, Indiana Tech requires that an aid applicant complete two
forms. One is the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student
Aid), and the other is a Letter of Intent. Links to both of these
forms are available at www.IndianaTech.edu in the financial aid
section. Once the results of these forms are received, a financial
aid package will be sent indicating the available aid for your


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                     While classes in the College of Professional Studies are                                     specific start and end dates, you’re not required to be logged
                     designed to fit the lifestyle of most nontraditional students,                               in at particular dates or times. Just access the material when it’s
Distance Education
                     Indiana Tech’s distance education programs give you two more                                 convenient for you each week. You’ll have plenty of opportuni-
                     options for pursuing your degree at your convenience.                                        ties to interact with faculty and classmates online.

                     Online classes are offered in an accelerated, interactive format                             Independent Study courses are truly independent. Classes begin
                     that allows you to progress quickly while working from any-                                  on the 15th of each month, and enrollment is open year-round.
                     where. Most classes span 5 weeks for undergraduate programs,                                 You work at your own pace, corresponding with an instructor
                     6 weeks for graduate programs. Although the classes do have                                  either via online communication or traditional mail correspon-


                     Online Undergraduate Courses
                                 Dates:                                  Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5           May 6–June 9   June 10–July 14
                                 Session:                                     5                   6                    7                     8                9                      Prerequisites
                     ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                                 EOL51                                   EOL71                                         BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                     ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                                                   EOL61                                                               BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                     ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                                 EOL51                                   EOL71                                             ACC 1010 (C or better)
                     ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                                                   EOL61                                                                   ACC 1010 (C or better)
                     ACC 2300     Intermediate Accounting I                                                                     EOL71                                    ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                     ACC 2320     Intermediate Accounting II                EOL51                                                                                                 ACC 2300 (C or better)
                     ACC 2340     Intermediate Accounting III                                    EOL61                                                                            ACC 2320 (C or better)
                     ACC 2430     Cost Accounting I                         EOL51                                                                                            ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better)
                     ACC 2440     Cost Accounting II                                             EOL61                                                                                  ACC 2430
                     ACC 2500     Individual Income Tax                                                                                    EOL81                                  ACC 2340 (C or better)
                     ACC 3300     Auditing                                                                           EOL71                                                        ACC 2340 (C or better)
                     ACC 3500     Corporate Income Tax                                           EOL61                                                                                 Jr. standing
                     ACC 4700     Advanced Accounting I                                 EOL51                                                                                     ACC 2340 (C or better)
                     ACC 4740     Advanced Accounting II                                                                        EOL71                                             ACC 4700 (C or better)
                     BA 1200      Foundations of Business                   EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91
                     BA 2010      Principles of Management                  EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                     BA 2020      Operations Management                     EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                   BA 2010, MA 1025
                     BA 2410      Human Resource Management                 EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                        BA 2010
                     BA 2430      International Management                  EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                        BA 2010
                     BA 2500      Marketing                                 EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                     BA 2550      Personal Selling                                                                   EOL71                                                               BA 2500
                     BA 2600      Occupational Safety & Health                                   EOL61                                                                                   BA 2010
                     BA 2700      Organizational Behavior                   EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                        BA 2010
                     BA 2800      E-Commerce                                EOL51                                    EOL71                                                          BA 2010, BA 2500
                     BA 2850      Managing in a Legal Environment           EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                        BA 2010
                     BA 3110      Project Management I                                           EOL61                                     EOL81                                    BA 2010, MA 2025
                     BA 3200      Business Ethics                           EOL51                EOL61               EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91                        BA 2850
                     BA 3300      Marketing Research                                             EOL61                                                                              BA 2500, MA 2025
                     BA 3500      Advertising                                                                                              EOL81                                         BA 2500
                     BA 3550      International Marketing                   EOL51                                                                                                        BA 2500
                     BA 3650      Compensation Management                                        EOL61                                     EOL81                                         BA 2410
                     BA 3710      Leadership                                EOL51                                    EOL71                                                     BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                     BA 3800      Labor Relations                                                                    EOL71                                                               BA 2410
                     BA 4010      Quality Management                                             EOL61                                     EOL81                              BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                     BA 4500      Purchasing                                                     EOL61                                                                                   BA 2500
                     BA 4700      Training & Development                                         EOL61                                     EOL81                                         BA 2410
                     BA 4800      Public Relations                          EOL51                                    EOL71                                                             Jr. standing
                     BA 4910      Business Policy & Strategic Planning                           EOL61                                     EOL81                                Sr. standing, business core
                     BIO 1110     Anatomy & Physiology                                           EOL61
                     BIO 1140     Medical Terminology                       EOL51                                    EOL71
                                 Dates:                                  Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9       June 10–July 14               Prerequisites
                                 Session:                                     5                    6                  7                  8                    9
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dence. These classes are an excellent option if you have the self-                            available through Independent Study. Courses marked with an
discipline to work independently and ensure that you complete                                 asterisk in the catalog are available through Independent Study.
all coursework within the six months allowed.




                                                                                                                                                                                          Distance Education
                                                                                              Online Class Schedule
Visit www.IndianaTech.edu/DistanceEd for more information                                     Students who register for online courses are required to have
or contact the Warrior Information Network to register.                                       reliable access to the Internet. A broadband connection of DSL,
                                                                                              cable, or fiber optic is necessary. NOTE: This schedule is sub-
Independent Study Classes                                                                     ject to adjustments, so visit www.IndianaTech.edu/DistanceEd
Most courses offered in the College of Professional Studies are                               for the most current online class schedule.



Online Undergraduate Courses
            Dates:                                  July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10           Nov 11-Dec 22
            Session:                                       1                       2                        3                      4                      Prerequisites
ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                                   EOL11                                           EOL31                         BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                                                            EOL21                                                BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                                   EOL11                                           EOL31                             ACC 1010 (C or better)
ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                                                            EOL21                                                    ACC 1010 (C or better)
ACC 2300     Intermediate Accounting I                                                                               EOL31                    ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2320     Intermediate Accounting II                 EOL11                                                                                          ACC 2300 (C or better)
ACC 2340     Intermediate Accounting III                                         EOL21                                                                 ACC 2320 (C or better)
ACC 2430     Cost Accounting I                          EOL11                                                                                     ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better)
ACC 2440     Cost Accounting II                                                  EOL21                                                                       ACC 2430
ACC 2500     Individual Income Tax                                                                       EOL31                                         ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 3300     Auditing                                                                                                            EOL41                 ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 3500     Corporate Income Tax                                                EOL21                                                                      Jr. standing
ACC 4700     Advanced Accounting I                                   EOL11                                                                             ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 4740     Advanced Accounting II                                                                                  EOL31                             ACC 4700 (C or better)
BA 1200      Foundations of Business                    EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41
BA 2010      Principles of Management                   EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020      Operations Management                      EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                   BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410      Human Resource Management                  EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                        BA 2010
BA 2430      International Management                   EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                        BA 2010
BA 2500      Marketing                                  EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2550      Personal Selling                                                                            EOL31                                                BA 2500
BA 2600      Occupational Safety & Health                                        EOL21                                                                        BA 2010
BA 2700      Organizational Behavior                    EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                        BA 2010
BA 2800      E-Commerce                                 EOL11                                            EOL31                                           BA 2010, BA 2500
BA 2850      Managing in a Legal Environment            EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                        BA 2010
BA 3110      Project Management I                                                EOL21                                           EOL41                   BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200      Business Ethics                            EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31                   EOL41                        BA 2850
BA 3300      Marketing Research                                                  EOL21                                                                   BA 2500, MA 2025
BA 3500      Advertising                                                                                                         EOL41                        BA 2500
BA 3550      International Marketing                    EOL11                                                                                                 BA 2500
BA 3650      Compensation Management                                             EOL21                                           EOL41                        BA 2410
BA 3710      Leadership                                 EOL11                                            EOL31                                      BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800      Labor Relations                                                                             EOL31                                                BA 2410
BA 4010      Quality Management                                                  EOL21                                           EOL41             BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4500      Purchasing                                                          EOL21                                                                        BA 2500
BA 4700      Training & Development                                              EOL21                                           EOL41                        BA 2410
BA 4800      Public Relations                           EOL11                                            EOL31                                              Jr. standing
BA 4910      Business Policy & Strategic Planning                                EOL21                                           EOL41               Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1110     Anatomy & Physiology                                                EOL21
BIO 1140     Medical Terminology                        EOL11                                            EOL31
            Dates:                                  July 22-Aug 25   Aug 26-Sept 29        Oct 7-Nov 10                      Nov 11-Dec 22                Prerequisites
            Session:                                       1                2                    3                                 4
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Distance Education   Online Undergraduate Courses
                                 Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11    Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9   June 10–July 14
                                 Session:                                      5                6                 7                 8                9                  Prerequisites
                     CJ 1100      Intro. to the Criminal Justice System                        EOL61                               EOL81
                     CJ 1200      Criminology                                EOL51                                                                                          CJ 1100
                     CJ 1300      The Police in America                                        EOL61                                                                        CJ 1100
                     CJ 1400      Corrections in America                                                         EOL71                                                      CJ 1100
                     CJ 2000      Homeland Security                                                                               EOL81                                     CJ 1100
                     CJ 2300      Substantive Criminal Law                   EOL51                                                                                          CJ 1100
                     CJ 2400      Understanding Procedural Law                                 EOL61                                                                        CJ 1100
                     CJ 2500      Basics of Criminal Investigation                                               EOL71                                                      CJ 1100
                     CJ 2600      Laws of Evidence                                                                                EOL81                                CJ 2300, CJ 2400
                     CJ 3100      A System of Juvenile Justice               EOL51                                                                              CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS Majors
                     CJ 3200      Understanding Criminal Behavior                              EOL61                                                                        CJ 1100
                     CJ 3300      Victimology                                                                    EOL71                                                      CJ 1200
                     CJ 3700      Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                               EOL81                                     CJ 1200
                     CJ 3510      Community-Oriented Policing                EOL51                                                                                          CJ 1300
                     CJ 3530      Restorative Justice                                          EOL61                                                                        CJ 3100
                     CJ 4110      Law Enforcement Planning Process                             EOL61                                                                        CJ 2600
                     CJ 4130      Probation/Parole Services and Care                                             EOL71                                                      CJ 1400
                     CJ 4210      Police Organization and Management                                             EOL71                                                 BA 2010, CJ 3400
                     CJ 4230      Corrections Counseling                                                                          EOL81                                CJ 2500, CJ 3200
                     COMM 1700    Photography                                                                    EOL71
                     COMM 2100    Intro. to Cinema                                             EOL61                                                                      HUM 2000
                     ENG 1100     Intro. to College Writing                  EOL51             EOL61             EOL71            EOL81            EOL91
                     ENG 1250     English Composition I                      EOL51             EOL61             EOL71            EOL81            EOL91
                     ENG 1270     English Composition II                     EOL51             EOL61             EOL71            EOL81            EOL91            ENG 1250 (C or better)
                     ENG 2220     Credit for Learning                                          EOL61                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     ENG 2320     Professional Communication                 EOL51             EOL61             EOL71            EOL81            EOL91             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     ENG 2400     Grantwriting                                                 EOL61                               EOL81                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     FIN 3600     Corporate Finance                          EOL51             EOL61             EOL71                             EOL91                   ACC 2140
                     FIN 3620     Corporate Finance II                                                                                                               FIN 3600 (C or better)
                     FIN 3680     Financial Markets and Institutions                                                                                                       FIN 3620
                     FIN 3700     Financial Analysis and Valuation                                                                                                         FIN 3620
                     FIN 3800     Investments                                EOL51                                                                                         FIN 3620
                     HCA 1100     Intro. to Health Care Administration       EOL51
                     HCA 2100     Legal Aspects of Health Care Admin.                          EOL61                                                                       HCA 1100
                     HCA 3100     Finance of Health Care Organizations                                           EOL71                                                HCA 1100, ACC 1010
                     HCA 3200     Health Care Policy                                                                              EOL81                               HCA 1100, HCA 2100
                     HCA 4100     Managed Care & Med. Practice               EOL51                                                                                         HCA 1100
                     HCA 4200     Long-term Care Administration                                EOL61                                                                       HCA 1100
                     HIT          Intro. to Health Info. Management
                     HIT          Medical Coding
                     HIT          Medical Coding II
                     HIT          Ambulatory Care Coding
                     HS 1200      Intro. to Human Services                   EOL51                                                EOL81
                     HUM 2000     Intro. to Humanities                       EOL51             EOL61             EOL71            EOL81            EOL91             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 2510     Music Appreciation                                           EOL61                               EOL81                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 2520     Art Appreciation                                                               EOL71                             EOL91             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 2730     Intro. to Philosophy                       EOL51                               EOL71                             EOL91             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 3310     Interpretation of Fiction                                    EOL61                               EOL81                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 3330     American Writers                                                               EOL71                                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 3360     African American Literature                EOL51                                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     HUM 3710     Ethics                                                       EOL61                               EOL81                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                 Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11    Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9   June 10–July 14           Prerequisites
                                 Session:                                      5                 6                  7               8                9
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Online Undergraduate Courses




                                                                                                                                                                  Distance Education
            Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29      Oct 7-Nov 10    Nov 11-Dec 22
            Session:                                        1                2                   3               4                     Prerequisites
CJ 1100      Intro. to the Criminal Justice System                          EOL21                              EOL41
CJ 1200      Criminology                                 EOL11                                                                             CJ 1100
CJ 1300      The Police in America                                          EOL21                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 1400      Corrections in America                                                           EOL31                                        CJ 1100
CJ 2000      Homeland Security                                                                                 EOL41                       CJ 1100
CJ 2300      Substantive Criminal Law                    EOL11                                                                             CJ 1100
CJ 2400      Understanding Procedural Law                                   EOL21                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 2500      Basics of Criminal Investigation                                                 EOL31                                        CJ 1100
CJ 2600      Laws of Evidence                                                                                  EOL41                  CJ 2300, CJ 2400
CJ 3100      A System of Juvenile Justice                EOL11                                                                 CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS Majors
CJ 3200      Understanding Criminal Behavior                                EOL21                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 3300      Victimology                                                                      EOL31                                        CJ 1200
CJ 3700      Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                 EOL41                       CJ 1200
CJ 3510      Community-Oriented Policing                 EOL11                                                                             CJ 1300
CJ 3530      Restorative Justice                                            EOL21                                                          CJ 3100
CJ 4110      Law Enforcement Planning Process                                                 EOL31                                        CJ 2600
CJ 4130      Probation/Parole Services and Care                                                                EOL41                       CJ 1400
CJ 4210      Police Organization and Management                                                                EOL41                  BA 2010, CJ 3400
CJ 4230      Corrections Counseling                                                           EOL31                                   CJ 2500, CJ 3200
COMM 1700    Photography                                                    EOL21
COMM 2100    Intro. to Cinema                                                                 EOL31                                      HUM 2000
ENG 1100     Intro. to College Writing                   EOL11              EOL21             EOL31            EOL41
ENG 1250     English Composition I                       EOL11              EOL21             EOL31            EOL41
ENG 1270     English Composition II                      EOL11              EOL21             EOL31            EOL41               ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2220     Credit for Learning                                            EOL21                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2320     Professional Communication                  EOL11              EOL21             EOL31            EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2400     Grantwriting                                                   EOL21                              EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600     Corporate Finance                           EOL11              EOL21             EOL31                                       ACC 2140
FIN 3620     Corporate Finance II                                           EOL21                                                   FIN 3600 (C or better)
FIN 3680     Financial Markets and Institutions                                               EOL31                                       FIN 3620
FIN 3700     Financial Analysis and Valuation                                                                  EOL41                      FIN 3620
FIN 3800     Investments                                 EOL11                                                                            FIN 3620
HCA 1100     Intro. to Health Care Administration        EOL11
HCA 2100     Legal Aspects of Health Care Admin.                            EOL21                                                         HCA 1100
HCA 3100     Finance of Health Care Organizations                                             EOL31                                  HCA 1100, ACC 1010
HCA 3200     Health Care Policy                                                                                EOL41                 HCA 1100, HCA 2100
HCA 4100     Managed Care & Med. Practice                EOL11                                                                            HCA 1100
HCA 4200     Long-term Care Administration                                  EOL21                                                         HCA 1100
HIT          Intro. to Health Info. Management           EOL11
HIT          Medical Coding                                                 EOL21
HIT          Medical Coding II                                                                EOL31
HIT          Ambulatory Care Coding                                                                            EOL41
HS 1200      Intro. to Human Services                    EOL11                                                 EOL41
HUM 2000     Intro. to Humanities                        EOL11              EOL21             EOL31            EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510     Music Appreciation                                             EOL21                              EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2520     Art Appreciation                                               EOL21                              EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2730     Intro. to Philosophy                        EOL11                                EOL31                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310     Interpretation of Fiction                                      EOL21                              EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3330     American Writers                                               EOL21                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3360     African American Literature                 EOL11                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710     Ethics                                                         EOL21                              EOL41                ENG 1270 (C or better)
            Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25   Aug 26-Sept 29        Oct 7-Nov 10   Nov 11-Dec 22               Prerequisites
            Session:                                        1                2                    3              4
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Distance Education   Online Undergraduate Courses
                                Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24   Apr 1–May 5           May 6–June 9   June 10–July 14
                                Session:                                      5                   6              7                     8                9                   Prerequisites
                     HUM 3720    Advanced Critical Thinking                                                    EOL71                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
                     MA 1000     Foundations of College Math                EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91
                     MA 1010     Basic Algebra                              EOL51                                                                                  MA 1000 (C or better) or equivalent
                     MA 1025     Mathematical Problem-Solving               EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91              MA 1000 (C or better)
                     MA 1035     College Algebra                                                EOL61                                                                     MA 1010 (C or better)
                     MA 2025     Statistical Problem-Solving                EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91               MA 1025 (C or better)
                     MIS 1300    Software Tools                             EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91
                     MIS 1500    Computer Systems & Hardware                                    EOL61
                     MIS 2100    Networking & Infrastructure                                                   EOL71                                                       MIS 1300, MIS 1500
                     MIS 2150    Component Analysis & Design                                                                         EOL81                                      MIS 2100
                     MIS 3000    Programming Logic                                      EOL51                                                                              MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                     MIS 3100    Database Management                                            EOL61                                                                      MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                     MIS 3150    Database Applications Development                                             EOL71                                                            MIS 3100
                     MIS 3200    Web Applications & the Internet            EOL51                                                    EOL81                                 MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                     MIS 4000    Enterprise Resource Planning                                   EOL61                                                                 MIS 3000, MIS 3100, MIS 3200
                     MIS 4200    Systems Analysis & Design                                                                EOL71                                            MIS 1300, MIS 1500
                     MIS 4400    MIS Project Management                                 EOL51                                                                                   MIS 3100
                     OL 3000     Employee Development                                           EOL61                                                                           BA 2700
                     OL 3200     Managing Organizational Change                                                EOL71                                                            OL 3000
                     OL 3300     Quantitative Decision-Making                                                                        EOL81                                      OL 3200
                     OL 3400     Financial Systems for Decision-Making      EOL51                                                                                               OL 3300
                     OL 4000     Strategic Planning                                             EOL61                                                                           OL 3400
                     OL 4100     Qualitative Decision-Making                                                   EOL71                                                            OL 4000
                     OL 4900     Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                  EOL81                                      OL 4100
                     PSY 1700    Intro. to Psychology                       EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91
                     PSY 1750    Human Growth & Development                                     EOL61                                                                           PSY 1700
                     PSY 2000    Understanding Diversity                                        EOL61                                EOL81
                     PSY 2750    Psychology of Communication                EOL51                                                                                               PSY 1700
                     PSY 2760    Theories of Personality                                        EOL61                                                                           PSY 1700
                     PSY 2780    Social Psychology                                                             EOL71                                                            PSY 1700
                     PSY 3720    Child & Adolescent Psychology                                  EOL61                                EOL81                                      PSY 1700
                     PSY 3730    Aging                                                          EOL61                                                 EOL91                     PSY 1700
                     PSY 3740    Counseling Techniques                      EOL51                              EOL71                                                            PSY 1700
                     PSY 3760    Abnormal Psychology                                            EOL61                                EOL81                                      PSY 1700
                     PSY 3770    Assessment in Psychology                   EOL51                                                                                               MA 1025
                     PSY 3780    Research & Statistics in Psychology                                           EOL71                                                      MA 1025, Jr. standing
                     REC 3010    Nonprofit Management Practices                                 EOL61                                                              HS 2600 or permission of the dean
                     SCI 2000    Contemporary Issues in Science             EOL51                              EOL71                                                       MA 1025, ENG 1270
                     SS 2200     Macroeconomics                             EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91               Sophomore standing
                     SS 2210     Microeconomics                             EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91              MA 1025 or equivalent
                     SS 2720     Group Dynamics                                                 EOL61                                EOL81
                     SS 2800     Intro. to Sociology                        EOL51               EOL61          EOL71                 EOL81            EOL91
                     SS 2810     Social Problems                                                EOL61                                                                           SS 2800
                     SS 2830     Applied Social Problems                                                       EOL71                                  EOL91
                     SS 2850     Conflict Resolution                                            EOL61
                     SS 2900     Community & Social Movement                                                   EOL71                                                            SS 2800
                                Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24   Apr 1–May 5           May 6–June 9   June 10–July 14            Prerequisites
                                Session:                                      5                   6              7                     8                9




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                                                                                                                                                                               Distance Education
            Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10   Nov 11-Dec 22
            Session:                                        1                       2                        3              4                     Prerequisites
HUM 3720     Advanced Critical Thinking                                                                   EOL31                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000      Foundations of College Math                 EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41
MA 1010      Basic Algebra                               EOL11                                                                           MA 1000 (C or better) or equivalent
MA 1025      Mathematical Problem-Solving                EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41                MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 1035      College Algebra                                                      EOL21                                                         MA 1010 (C or better)
MA 2025      Statistical Problem-Solving                 EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41                 MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300     Software Tools                              EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41
MIS 1500     Computer Systems & Hardware                                          EOL21
MIS 2100     Networking & Infrastructure                                                                  EOL31                                  MIS 1300, MIS 1500
MIS 2150     Component Analysis & Design                                                                                  EOL41                       MIS 2100
MIS 3000     Programming Logic                                        EOL11                                                                      MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 3100     Database Management                                                  EOL21                                                          MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 3150     Database Applications Development                                                            EOL31                                       MIS 3100
MIS 3200     Web Applications & the Internet                                                                              EOL41                  MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 4000     Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                                                   MIS 3000, MIS 3100, MIS 3200
MIS 4200     Systems Analysis & Design                                                         EOL21                                             MIS 1300, MIS 1500
MIS 4400     MIS Project Management                                   EOL11                                                                           MIS 3100
OL 3000      Employee Development                                                 EOL21                                                               BA 2700
OL 3200      Managing Organizational Change                                                               EOL31                                       OL 3000
OL 3300      Quantitative Decision-Making                                                                                 EOL41                       OL 3200
OL 3400      Financial Systems for Decision-Making       EOL11                                                                                        OL 3300
OL 4000      Strategic Planning                                                   EOL21                                                               OL 3400
OL 4100      Qualitative Decision-Making                                                                  EOL31                                       OL 4000
OL 4900      Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                           EOL41                       OL 4100
PSY 1700     Intro. to Psychology                        EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41
PSY 1750     Human Growth & Development                                           EOL21                                                               PSY 1700
PSY 2000     Understanding Diversity                                              EOL21                                   EOL41
PSY 2750     Psychology of Communication                 EOL11                                                                                        PSY 1700
PSY 2760     Theories of Personality                                              EOL21                                                               PSY 1700
PSY 2780     Social Psychology                                                                            EOL31                                       PSY 1700
PSY 3720     Child & Adolescent Psychology                                                                                EOL41                       PSY 1700
PSY 3730     Aging                                                                EOL21                                   EOL41                       PSY 1700
PSY 3740     Counseling Techniques                       EOL11                                            EOL31                                       PSY 1700
PSY 3760     Abnormal Psychology                                                  EOL21                                   EOL41                       PSY 1700
PSY 3770     Assessment in Psychology                    EOL11                                                                                        MA 1025
PSY 3780     Research & Statistics in Psychology                                                          EOL31                                 MA 1025, Jr. standing
REC 3010     Nonprofit Management Practices                                       EOL21                                                  HS 2600 or permission of the dean
SCI 2000     Contemporary Issues in Science              EOL11                                            EOL31                                  MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200      Macroeconomics                              EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41                 Sophomore standing
SS 2210      Microeconomics                              EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41                MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720      Group Dynamics                                                       EOL21                                   EOL41
SS 2800      Intro. to Sociology                         EOL11                    EOL21                   EOL31           EOL41
SS 2810      Social Problems                                                      EOL21                                                               SS 2800
SS 2830      Applied Social Problems                                              EOL21                                   EOL41
SS 2850      Conflict Resolution                                                  EOL21
SS 2900      Community & Social Movement                                                                  EOL31                                       SS 2800
            Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10   Nov 11-Dec 22               Prerequisites
            Session:                                        1                       2                        3              4




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Distance Education   Online Graduate Courses
                                Dates:                                      Jan 29-Mar 10           Mar 18-Apr 28           Apr 29-June 9   June 10-July 21
                                Session:                                          5                       6                       7                8                   Prerequisites
                     HCM 5000    Intro. to Health Care Management               EOL51                                                                                    Core Courses
                     HCM 5300    Health Care Law                                                        EOL61                                                             HCM 5000
                     HCM 6200    Health Care Operations and Quality                                                             EOL71                                     HCM 5000
                     HCM 6300    Health Care Policy and Ethics                                                                                   EOL81                    HCM 5000
                     HCM 6400    Health Care Finance                                                    EOL61                                                             HCM 5000
                     MBA 5000    Executive Management                           EOL51                   EOL61                   EOL71            EOL81
                     MBA 5110    Management Information Systems                                         EOL61                                    EOL81
                     MBA 5120    Managerial Economics                                                                           EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 5130    Managerial Accounting                                                                                           EOL81              MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MBA 5200    Financial Management                                                   EOL61                                                            Core Courses
                     MBA 5210    Business Statistics                                        EOL51                                                                   MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MBA 5210    Business Statistics                                                                EOL61                                           MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MBA 5220    Marketing Management                           EOL51                                           EOL71                               MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MBA 5300    Organizational Behavior                                                EOL61                                    EOL81                   Core Courses
                     MBA 5310    Business Ethics                                EOL51                                           EOL71
                     MBA 5320    Quality Management                                                                             EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 5330    Business Law                                   EOL51                                                                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 5340    Operations Management                                                                          EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 5600    Human Resource Management                                              EOL61                                    EOL81                   Core Courses
                     MBA 6200    Performance Management                                                 EOL61                                                            Core Courses
                     MBA 6310    Project Management                                                                             EOL71                         MBA/MSE 5000, MBA 5120, MBA 5200
                     MBA 6400    International Marketing                        EOL51                                           EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 6420    Marketing Research                                                     EOL61                                                            Core Courses
                     MBA 6600    Employment Law                                 EOL51                                                                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 6800    Accounting Automation                          EOL51                                           EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 6810    Communication for Accountants                                          EOL61                                                            Core Courses
                     MBA 6820    Forensic Accounting                                                                            EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MBA 7000    Business Policy & Strategy                                                                                      EOL81                At least 36 credits
                     MPA 5000    Criminological Theory                          EOL51
                     MPA 5100    Criminal Justice Statistics                                            EOL61                                                             MPA 5000
                     MPA 5200    Criminal Justice Research Methods                                                              EOL71                                     MPA 5000
                     MPA 6100    Principles of Leadership                                                                                        EOL81         MPA 5000 level classes completed
                     MPA 6200    Ethics of Supervision                                                                                                         MPA 5000 level classes completed
                     MPA 6300    Police Organizational Behavior                                                                                                MPA 5000 level classes completed
                     MPA 6400    Police Management                                                                                                             MPA 5000 level classes completed
                     MPA 6500    Police Administration                                                                                                         MPA 5000 level classes completed
                     MSE 5000    Intro. to Engineering Management               EOL51
                     MSE 6010    Environmental Safety                                                   EOL61                                                       MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 6020    Designing for Lean Manufacturing                                                                                EOL81              MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 6030    Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                                                       MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 6040    Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                                                                  MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 6050    Statistical Methods in Quality Assurance                                                                                           MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 6060    Legal Implications for the Eng. Manager                                                                                            MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                     MSE 7000    Advanced Topics in Engineering
                     MSM 5100    Qualitative Decision-Making                    EOL51                                                                                     MBA 5000
                     MSM 5125    Accounting and Finance for Managers                                    EOL61                                                             MBA 5000
                     MSM 5350    Customer Relationship Management                                                               EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MSM 5400    Negotiation Skills                                                                             EOL71                                    Core Courses
                     MSM 6400    Managing Change                                                                                                 EOL81                    MBA 5000
                                Dates:                                      Jan 29-Mar 10    Mar 18-Apr 28       Apr 29-June 9              June 10-July 21            Prerequisites
                                Session:                                          5                6                   7                           8
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                                                                                                                                                                            Distance Education
            Dates:                                      July 22-Sept 1           Sept 2-Oct 13   Oct 14-Dec 1           Dec 2-Feb 2
            Session:                                           1                       2               3                     4                   Prerequisites
HCM 5000     Intro. to Health Care Management               EOL11                                                                                  Core Courses
HCM 5300     Health Care Law                                                         EOL21                                                          HCM 5000
HCM 6200     Health Care Operations and Quality                                                     EOL31                                           HCM 5000
HCM 6300     Health Care Policy and Ethics                                                                                 EOL41                    HCM 5000
HCM 6400     Health Care Finance                            EOL11                                                                                   HCM 5000
MBA 5000     Executive Management                           EOL11                    EOL21          EOL31                  EOL41
MBA 5110     Management Information Systems                                          EOL21                                 EOL41
MBA 5120     Managerial Economics                                                                   EOL31                                          Core Courses
MBA 5130     Managerial Accounting                                                                                         EOL41              MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5200     Financial Management                                                    EOL21                                                         Core Courses
MBA 5210     Business Statistics                                         EOL11                                                                MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5210     Business Statistics                                                                                EOL31                         MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5220     Marketing Management                           EOL11                                   EOL31                                     MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5300     Organizational Behavior                                                 EOL21                                 EOL41                   Core Courses
MBA 5310     Business Ethics                                EOL11                                   EOL31
MBA 5320     Quality Management                                                                     EOL31                                          Core Courses
MBA 5330     Business Law                                   EOL11                                                                                  Core Courses
MBA 5340     Operations Management                                                                  EOL31                                          Core Courses
MBA 5600     Human Resource Management                                               EOL21                                 EOL41                   Core Courses
MBA 6200     Performance Management                                                  EOL21                                                         Core Courses
MBA 6310     Project Management                                                                     EOL31                               MBA/MSE 5000, MBA 5120, MBA 5200
MBA 6400     International Marketing                        EOL11                                   EOL31                                          Core Courses
MBA 6420     Marketing Research                                                      EOL21                                                         Core Courses
MBA 6600     Employment Law                                 EOL11                                                                                  Core Courses
MBA 6800     Accounting Automation                                                   EOL21                                                         Core Courses
MBA 6810     Communication for Accountants                  EOL11                                                                                  Core Courses
MBA 6820     Forensic Accounting                                                                    EOL31                                          Core Courses
MBA 7000     Business Policy & Strategy                                                                                    EOL41                At least 36 credits
MPA 5000     Criminological Theory
MPA 5100     Criminal Justice Statistics                                                                                                            MPA 5000
MPA 5200     Criminal Justice Research Methods                                                                                                      MPA 5000
MPA 6100     Principles of Leadership                                                                                                    MPA 5000 level classes completed
MPA 6200     Ethics of Supervision                          EOL11                                                                        MPA 5000 level classes completed
MPA 6300     Police Organizational Behavior                                          EOL21                                               MPA 5000 level classes completed
MPA 6400     Police Management                                                                      EOL31                                MPA 5000 level classes completed
MPA 6500     Police Administration                                                                                         EOL41         MPA 5000 level classes completed
MSE 5000     Intro. to Engineering Management               EOL11
MSE 6010     Environmental Safety                                                    EOL21                                                    MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 6020     Designing for Lean Manufacturing                                                                              EOL41              MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 6030     Enterprise Resource Planning                                            EOL21                                                    MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 6040     Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                                             EOL41              MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 6050     Statistical Methods in Quality Assurance                                                                                         MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 6060     Legal Implications for the Eng. Manager                                                                                          MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MSE 7000     Advanced Topics in Engineering
MSM 5100     Qualitative Decision-Making                    EOL11                                                                                   MBA 5000
MSM 5125     Accounting and Finance for Managers                                     EOL21                                                          MBA 5000
MSM 5350     Customer Relationship Management                                                       EOL31                                          Core Courses
MSM 5400     Negotiation Skills                                                                                            EOL41                   Core Courses
MSM 6400     Managing Change                                                                        EOL31                                           MBA 5000
            Dates:                                      July 22-Sept 1    Sept 2-Oct 13        Oct 14-Dec 1             Dec 2-Feb 2              Prerequisites
            Session:                                           1                2                    3                       4
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Distance Education   Online Graduate Courses
                                  Dates:                             Jan 29-Mar 10           Mar 18-Apr 28   Apr 29-June 9   June 10-July 21
                                  Session:                                 5                       6               7                8                 Prerequisites
                      MSM 7200     Applied Management Project                        EOL51                                                     MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400
                      MSOL 5000    Leadership Styles & Development       EOL51
                      MSOL 5200    Executive Communication                                       EOL61                                                  MSOL 5000
                      MSOL 5300    Research Methods                                                              EOL71                                  MSOL 5000
                      MSOL 5500    Financial Concepts for Leaders                                                                 EOL81                Core Courses
                      MSOL 6300    Team Building                                                                                                       Core Courses
                      MSOL 6500    Global Leadership Perspectives        EOL51                                                                         Core Courses
                      MSOL 7300    Leadership Project                                            EOL61
                                  Dates:                             Jan 29-Mar 10           Mar 18-Apr 28   Apr 29-June 9   June 10-July 21          Prerequisites
                                  Session:                                 5                       6               7                8




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                                                                                                                                                         Distance Education
             Dates:                             July 22-Sept 1           Sept 2-Oct 13   Oct 14-Dec 1   Dec 2-Feb 2
             Session:                                  1                       2               3             4                   Prerequisites
MSM 7200      Applied Management Project                         EOL11                                                    MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400
MSOL 5000     Leadership Styles & Development       EOL11
MSOL 5200     Executive Communication                                        EOL21                                                 MSOL 5000
MSOL 5300     Research Methods                                                              EOL31                                  MSOL 5000
MSOL 5500     Financial Concepts for Leaders                                                               EOL41                  Core Courses
MSOL 6300     Team Building                         EOL11                                                                         Core Courses
MSOL 6500     Global Leadership Perspectives                                 EOL21                                                Core Courses
MSOL 7300     Leadership Project                                                            EOL31
             Dates:                             July 22-Sept 1           Sept 2-Oct 13   Oct 14-Dec 1   Dec 2-Feb 2              Prerequisites
             Session:                                  1                       2               3             4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                 Dates:                                Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                 Session:                                   5                     6               7                     8                9                      Prerequisites
                                     ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                         FFF51/Tues/5:30                       FFF71/Thur/5:30                                  BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                         FFF51/Thur/5:30                       FFF71/Tues/5:30                                       ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                     BA 1200      Foundations of Business             FFF51/Thur/6:00     FFF61/Tues/5:30   FFF71/Wed/5:30      FFF81/Sat/9am     FFF91/Thur/6:00
                                     BA 2010      Principles of Management            FFF51/Wed/6:00      FFF61/Thur/5:30   FFF71/Mon/6:00      FFF81/Sun/5:00                               BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020      Operations Management                                   FFF61/Mon/6:00                        FFF81/Tues/5:30                               BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410      Human Resource Management           FFF51/Mon/6:00                        FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2430      International Management                                FFF61/Wed/5:30                        FFF81/Mon/6:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 2500      Marketing                           FFF51/Tues/5:30                       FFF71/Thur/5:30                                                  BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2550      Personal Selling                                        FFF61/Mon/6:00                                                                          BA 2500
                                     BA 2600      Occupational Safety & Health        FFF51/Wed/6:00                                                                                              BA 2010
                                     BA 2700      Organizational Behavior                                 FFF61/Wed/5:30                        FFF81/Thur/5:30                                   BA 2010
                                     BA 2800      E-Commerce                          FFF57/Wed/6:00                                                                                          BA 2010, BA 2500
                                     BA 2850      Managing in a Legal Environment                         FFF61/Thur/5:30                       FFF81/Mon/6:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 3110      Project Management I                                    FFF61/Tues/5:30                                                                    BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200      Business Ethics                                                           FFF71/Mon/5:30                                                        BA 2850
                                     BA 3300      Marketing Research                  FFF51/Sun/5:00                                                                                         BA 2500, MA 2025
                                     BA 3500      Advertising                                            FFF67/Wed/6:00                                                                           BA 2500
                                     BA 3550      International Marketing                                                   FFF77/Wed/6:00                                                        BA 2500
                                     BA 3650      Compensation Management             FFF51/Tues/5:30                                                                                             BA 2410
                                     BA 3710      Leadership                                              FFF61/Mon/6:00                        FFF81/Tues/6:00                         BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800      Labor Relations                                                           FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                       BA 2410
                                     BA 4010      Quality Management                                      FFF61/Wed/5:30                                                               BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4500      Purchasing                                                                                   FFF87/Wed/6:00                                     BA 2500
                                     BA 4700      Training & Development                                  FFF61/Wed/5:30                                                                          BA 2410
                                     BA 4800      Public Relations                                                          FFF71/Thur/5:30                                                     Jr. standing
                                     BA 4820      Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                           FFF91*                     BA 2410
                                     BA 4910      Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                          FFF61/Mon/6:00                        FFF81/Wed/5:30                           Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1000     Introductory Biology                                    FFF67/Mon/6:00
                                     CJ 1100      Intro. to Criminal Justice System   FFF51/Thur/5:30
                                     COMM 1700    Photography                                                                                   FFF81/Sat/9am
                                     COMM 2100    Intro. to Cinema                                                                                                 FFF91/Sun/5:00                HUM 2000
                                     ENG 1100     Intro. to College Writing           FFF51/Sat/9am       FFF61/Thur/6:00   FFF71/Wed/5:30      FFF81/Tues/5:30
                                     ENG 1250     English Composition I               FFF51/Tues/5:30     FFF61/Sat/9am     FFF71/Thur/6:00     FFF81/Wed/5:30     FFF91/Mon/5:30    ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270     English Composition II              FFF51/Tues/5:30     FFF61/Tues/5:30   FFF71/Sat/9am       FFF81/Thur/6:00    FFF91/Tues/5:30         ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2220     Credit for Learning                                                       FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320     Professional Comm.                  FFF51/Thur/5:30     FFF61/Tues/5:30   FFF71/Tues/5:30     FFF81/Sat/9am     FFF91/Wed/5:30           ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2400     Grantwriting                                                              FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600     Corporate Finance                                                         FFF71/Mon/6:00                                                        ACC 2140
                                     HCA 1100     Intro. to Health Care Admin.        FFF51/Mon/6:00
                                     HS 1200      Intro. to Human Services            FFF51/Tues/5:30
                                     HUM 2000     Intro. to Humanities                                    FFF61/Wed/5:30                        FFF81/Tues/5:30                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510     Music Appreciation                  FFF51/Thur/5:30                                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2730     Intro. to Philosophy                                                      FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3320     British Writers                     FFF51/Wed/6:00                                                                                       ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310     Interpretation of Fiction                               FFF61/Sat/9am                                                                    ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3330     American Writers                                                                              FFF81/Mon/6:00                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3360     African-American Literature                                               FFF71/Thur/5:30                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710     Ethics                                                  FFF61/Wed/5:30                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3720     Adv. Critical Thinking              FFF51/Tues/5:30                                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                                 Dates:                               Jan 8–Feb 11 Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9           June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                 Session:                                  5                6                  7                8                        9
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                                                                                                                                                                                          FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
            Dates:                               July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
            Session:                                    1                      2                3                      4                             Prerequisites
ACC 1010     Accounting Principles                           FFF11/Tues/5:30                         FFF31/Thur/5:30                        BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140     Managerial Accounting                           FFF11/Thur/5:30                         FFF31/Tues/6:00                             ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200      Foundations of Business             FFF11/Mon/6:00         FFF21/Thur/5:30   FFF31/Tues/6:00       FFF41/Tues/6:00
BA 2010      Principles of Management            FFF11/Tues/6:00        FFF21/Mon/5:30    FFF31/Wed/6:00        FFF41/Thur/6:00                    BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020      Operations Management                                      FFF21/Wed/6:00                          FFF/41/Thur/6:00                   BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410      Human Resource Management           FFF11/Wed/6:00                           FFF31/Thur/5:30                                               BA 2010
BA 2430      International Management                                   FFF21/Tues/6:00                         FFF41/Tues/5:30                         BA 2010
BA 2500      Marketing                           FFF11/Tues/5:30                          FFF31/Mon/6:00                                           BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2550      Personal Selling                                           FFF21/Wed/6:00                                                                  BA 2500
BA 2600      Occupational Safety & Health        FFF11/Mon/6:00                                                                                         BA 2010
BA 2700      Organizational Behavior                                    FFF21/Mon/5:30                          FFF41/Mon/6:00                          BA 2010
BA 2800      E-Commerce                          FFF11/Thur/5:30                                                                                   BA 2010, BA 2500
BA 2850      Managing in a Legal Environment                            FFF21/Thur/5:30                         FFF41/Wed/6:00                          BA 2010
BA 3110      Project Management I                                       FFF21/Wed/6:00                                                             BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200      Business Ethics                                                              FFF31/Mon/6:00                                                BA 2850
BA 3300      Marketing Research                  FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                                   BA 2500, MA 2025
BA 3500      Advertising                                                FFF21/Mon/5:30                                                                  BA 2500
BA 3550      International Marketing                                                      FFF31/Wed/6:00                                                BA 2500
BA 3650      Compensation Management             FFF11/Wed/6:00                                                                                         BA 2410
BA 3710      Leadership                                                 FFF21/Tues/5:30                         FFF41/Thur/6:00               BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800      Labor Relations                                                              FFF31/Thur/5:30                                               BA 2410
BA 4010      Quality Management                                         FFF21/Thur/5:30                                                     BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4500      Purchasing                                                                   FFF31/Mon/6:00                                                BA 2500
BA 4700      Training & Development                                     FFF21/Mon/5:30                                                                  BA 2410
BA 4800      Public Relations                                                             FFF31/Tues/6:00                                             Jr. standing
BA 4820      Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                                                 BA 2410
BA 4910      Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                             FFF21/Tues/6:00                         FFF41/Thur/6:00               Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1000     Introductory Biology                                       FFF21/Wed/5:30
CJ 1100      Intro. to Criminal Justice System   FFF11/Thur/6:00
COMM 1700    Photography                                                                  FFF31/Sun/5:00
COMM 2100    Intro. to Cinema                                                                                   FFF41/Tues/5:30                        HUM 2000
ENG 1100     Intro. to College Writing           FFF11/Wed/6:00          FFF21/Sat/9am    FFF31/Tues/6:00       FFF41/Mon/6:00
ENG 1250     English Composition I               FFF11/Mon/6:00         FFF21/Thur/5:30   FFF31/Sat/9am         FFF41/Mon/6:00         ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270     English Composition II              FFF11/Thu/6:00         FFF21/Mon/5:30    FFF31/Wed/6:00         FFF41/Sat/9am                   ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2220     Credit for Learning                                                          FFF31/Thur/5:30                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2320     Professional Comm.                  FFF11/Wed/6:00          FFF21/Sat/9am    FFF31/Tues/6:00       FFF41/Mon/6:00                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2400     Grantwriting                                                                 FFF31/Wed/6:00                                         ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600     Corporate Finance                                                            FFF31/Mon/6:00                                                ACC 2140
HCA 1100     Intro. to Health Care Admin.        FFF11/Mon/5:30
HS 1200      Intro. to Human Services            FFF11/Wed/5:30
HUM 2000     Intro. to Humanities                                       FFF21/Thur/6:00                         FFF41/Thur/6:00                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510     Music Appreciation                  FFF11/Sun/5:00                                                                                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2730     Intro. to Philosophy                                                         FFF31/Wed/5:30                                         ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3320     British Writers                     FFF11/Thur/5:30                                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310     Interpretation of Fiction                                  FFF21/Mon/5:30                                                           ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3330     American Writers                                                                                   FFF41/Wed/6:00                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3360     African-American Literature                                                  FFF31/Thur/5:30                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710     Ethics                                                     FFF21/Tues/6:00                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3720     Adv. Critical Thinking              FFF11/Wed/5:30                                                                                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
            Dates:                               July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                        Prerequisites
            Session:                                    1                  2                    3                    4
                                                    Listings for this location continue on the next page.                        *This class is a trip to the annual SHRM conference.

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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                      Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                      Session:                                      5                    6               7                     8                9                      Prerequisites
                                     MA 1000            Foundations of College Math           FFF51/Wed/5:30     FFF61/Tues/5:30   FFF71/Mon/6:00      FFF81/Thur/5:30    FFF91/Mon/5:30
                                     MA 1025            Mathematical Problem-Solving          FFF51/Tues/5:30    FFF61/Mon/5:30    FFF71/Tues/6:00     FFF81/Wed/5:30     FFF91/Thur/5:30   MA 1000 (C or better) or equivalent
                                     MA 1035            College Algebra                                          FFF61/TTh*/6:00
                                     MA 2010            Foundations of Statistics
                                     MA 2025            Statistical Problem-Solving           FFF51/Mon/5:30                       FFF71/Wed/6:00                                                  MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300           Software Tools                        FFF51/Mon/5:30     FFF61/Thur/5:30   FFF71/Wed/6:00      FFF81/Mon/5:30     FFF91/Tues/5:30
                                     PSY 1700           Intro. to Psychology                  FFF51/Thur/5:30    FFF61/Wed/5:30    FFF71/Thur/6:00     FFF81/Tues/5:30   FFF91/Wed/5:30
                                     PSY 1750           Human Growth & Development                                                 FFF71/Thur/5:30                                                       PSY 1700
                                     PSY 2000           Understanding Diversity                                  FFF61/Mon/6:00                        FFF81/Sun/5:00
                                     PSY 2750           Psychology of Comm.                                                        FFF71/Sat/9am                                                         PSY 1700
                                     PSY 2760           Theories of Personalities                                                                      FFF81/Wed/5:30                                    PSY 1700
                                     PSY 2780           Social Psychology                                        FFF61/Wed/6:00                                                                          PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3720           Child & Adolescent Psychology         FFF51/Tues/5:30                                                                                            PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3730           Aging                                                                      FFF71/Tues/5:30                                                       PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3740           Counseling Techniques                 FFF51/Thur/6:00                      FFF71/Mon/5:30                                                        PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3760           Abnormal Psychology                                                                            FFF81/Mon/5:30                                    PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3770           Assessment in Psychology                                 FFF61/Wed/6:00                                                                          MA 1025
                                     PSY 3780           Research & Statistics in Psychology                                        FFF71/Tues/5:30                                                 MA 1025, Jr. standing
                                     SCI 2000           Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                 FFF87/Mon/6:00                               MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                     SPA 1100           Conversational Spanish I                        FFF51/Wed/6:00
                                     SPA 1200           Conversational Spanish II                                                            FFF71/Tues/6:00                                             SPA 1100
                                     SPA 1300           Spanish for Business                  FFF51/Thur/6:00                                                             FFF91/Sun/5:00                 SPA 1100
                                     SS 2200            Macroeconomics                        FFF51/Wed/5:30     FFF61/Tues/5:30   FFF71/Mon/6:00      FFF81/Thur/5:30    FFF91/Mon/5:30              Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210            Microeconomics                        FFF51/Tues/5:30    FFF61/Mon/5:30    FFF71/Tues/6:00     FFF81/Wed/5:30     FFF91/Thur/5:30         MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720            Group Dynamics                        FFF51/Mon/6:00                       FFF71/Wed/5:30
                                     SS 2800            Intro. to Sociology                                      FFF61/Sat/9am                         FFF81/Thur/6:00
                                     SS 2810            Social Problems                                          FFF61/Tues/5:30                                                                         SS 2800
                                     SS 2830            Applied Social Problems                                                                                           FFF91/Tues/5:30
                                     SS 2850            Conflict Resolution                                                                            FFF81/Tues/5:30
                                     SS 2900            Community and Social Movements                                                                                                                   SS 2800
                                     SS 2990            Marriage and Counseling                                  FFF61/Wed/6:00


                                     Fort Wayne Accounting Team P
                                     ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accoutning             FFF51/Mon/5:30                                                                                ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3500           Corporate Income Tax                                     FFF61/Mon/5:30                                                                      Junior standing


                                     Fort Wayne Accounting Team Q
                                     ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                           ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                                                         FFF91/Wed/5:30     ACC 2340 or concurrent enrollment
                                     ACC 3500           Corporate Income Tax                                                                                                                         Junior standing
                                     ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                           FFF51/Wed/5:30                                                                            ACC 2340 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                                                               FFF71/Wed/5:30                                       ACC 4700 (C or better)
                                                      Dates:                                  Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                      Session:                                     5                   6                7                   8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                   FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                 Dates:                                  July 22-Aug 25        Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                 Session:                                       1                    2                 3                     4                         Prerequisites
MA 1000            Foundations of College Math           FFF11/Tues/6:00       FFF21/Wed/5:30    FFF31/Thur/6:00       FFF41/Mon/6:00
MA 1025            Mathematical Problem-Solving          FFF11/Mon/6:00        FFF21/Thur/5:30   FFF31/Wed/6:00        FFF41/Tues/6:00      MA 1000 (C or better) or equivalent
MA 1035            College Algebra                                             FFF21/TTh*/6:00
MA 2010            Foundations of Statistics             FFF11/Wed/6:00
MA 2025            Statistical Problem-Solving           FFF11/Thur/6:00                         FFF31/Mon/6:00                                    MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300           Software Tools                        FFF11/Wed/6:00        FFF21/Tues/5:30   FFF31/Thur/6:00       FFF41/Wed/6:00
PSY 1700           Intro. to Psychology                  FFF11/Thur/6:00       FFF21/Wed/5:30    FFF31/Mon/6:00        FFF41/Tues/6:00
PSY 1750           Human Growth & Development                                                    FFF31/Sat/9am                                           PSY 1700
PSY 2000           Understanding Diversity                                     FFF21/Wed/5:30                          FFF41/Thur/6:00
PSY 2750           Psychology of Comm.                                                           FFF31/Tues/6:00                                         PSY 1700
PSY 2760           Theories of Personalities                                                                           FFF41/Wed/6:00                    PSY 1700
PSY 2780           Social Psychology                                           FFF21/Mon/5:30                                                            PSY 1700
PSY 3720           Child & Adolescent Psychology          FFF11/Sat/9am                                                                                  PSY 1700
PSY 3730           Aging                                                                         FFF31/Tues/5:30                                         PSY 1700
PSY 3740           Counseling Techniques                 FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                FFF41/Sun/5:00                    PSY 1700
PSY 3760           Abnormal Psychology                                                           FFF31/Thur/5:30                                         PSY 1700
PSY 3770           Assessment in Psychology                                                      FFF21/Thur/5:30                                         MA 1025
PSY 3780           Research & Statistics in Psychology                         FFF31/Thur/6:00                                                     MA 1025, Jr. standing
SCI 2000           Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                      FFF41/Sat/9am                MA 1025, ENG 1270
SPA 1100           Conversational Spanish I                          FFF11/Sat/9am
SPA 1200           Conversational Spanish II                                                                 FFF31/Sat/9am                               SPA 1100
SPA 1300           Spanish for Business                                                                                                                  SPA 1100
SS 2200            Macroeconomics                        FFF11/Wed/6:00        FFF21/Thur/5:30   FFF31/Mon/6:00        FFF41/Tues/6:00                Soph. standing
SS 2210            Microeconomics                        FFF11/Tues/6:00       FFF21/Wed/5:30    FFF31/Thur/6:00       FFF41/Mon/6:00             MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720            Group Dynamics                        FFF11/Sun/5:00                          FFF31/Tues/6:00
SS 2800            Intro. to Sociology                                         FFF21/Mon/5:30                          FFF41/Tues/5:30
SS 2810            Social Problems                                                                                                                       SS 2800
SS 2830            Applied Social Problems                                                                             FFF41/Wed/6:00
SS 2850            Conflict Resolution                                                           FFF31/Wed/5:30
SS 2900            Community and Social Movements        FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                                 SS 2800
SS 2990            Marriage and Counseling                                     FFF21/Thur/6:00


Fort Wayne Accounting Team P
ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accoutning                                                                                                ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3500           Corporate Income Tax                                                                                                              Junior standing


Fort Wayne Accounting Team Q
ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting             FFF11/Wed/5:30                                                                     ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                                                                 ACC 2340 or concurrent enrollment
ACC 3500           Corporate Income Tax                                        FFF21/Wed/5:30                                                        Junior standing
ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                                                                                                          ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                         ACC 4700 (C or better)
                 Dates:                                  July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                 Session:                                       1                   2                  3                     4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                        Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11     Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                           5                 6                 7                     8                9                         Prerequisites
                                     Fort Wayne Accounting Team R
                                     ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                  FFF51/Thur/5:30                                                                                       ACC 2300 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III                                   FFF61/Thur/5:30                                                                     ACC 2320 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                                   ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3500            Corporate Income Tax                                                                                                                                 Junior standing
                                     ACC 4700            Advanced Accoutning I                                                                     FFF71/Thur/5:30                                         ACC 2340 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                                            ACC 4700 (C or better)


                                     Fort Wayne Accounting Team S
                                     ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                 FFF71/Tues/5:30                                ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                             FFF91/Tues/5:30            ACC 2300 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III
                                     ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                           FFF51/Tues/5:30                                                                                         ACC 2140, MA 1025
                                     ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                            FFF61/Tues/5:30                                                                            ACC 2430
                                     ACC 3300            Auditing
                                     ACC 4700            Advanced Accoutning I


                                     Fort Wayne Accounting Team T
                                     ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                                ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                                   ACC 2140, MA 1025
                                     ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                                       ACC 2430


                                     Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team G (Crime Analysis Specialty)
                                     CJ 3520             Crime Scene Investigation                   FFF51/Mon/5:30                                                                                                CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3620             Forensic Science & Criminalistics                             FFF61/Mon/5:30                                                                              CJ 2500
                                     CJ 4120             Death Investigation                                                             FFF71/Mon/5:30                                                            CJ 2500
                                     CJ 4220             Criminal Profiling                                                                                  FFF81/Mon/5:30                                   CJ 2500, CJ 3200
                                     CJ 4320             Fundamentals of Crime Analysis                                                                                         FFF91/Mon/5:30               CJ 3600, MA 2025


                                     Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team H (Crime Analysis Specialty)
                                     CJ 1200             Criminology                                                                                                                                               CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1300             The Police in America                                                                                                                                     CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                                                                                                    CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                      FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                               CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2600             Laws of Evidence                                              FFF61/Tues/6:00                                                                    CJ 1100, CJ 2300, CJ 2400
                                     CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                    FFF71/Tues/6:00                                              CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS majors
                                     CJ 3200             Understanding Criminal Behavior                                                                     FFF81/Tues/6:00                                       CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3300             Victimology                                                                                                           FFF91/Tues/6:00                     CJ 1200
                                     CJ 3700             Ethics and Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                                                                       CJ 1100


                                     Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team I (Crime Analysis Specialty)
                                     CJ 1200             Criminology                                                   FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                                             CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1300             The Police in America                                                           FFF71/Thur/6:00                                                           CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                                              FFF81/Thur/6:00                                       CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal law                                                                                                                                  CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                                                                                                                              CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                                                                                                    CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                                                                 CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS majors
                                                        Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11      Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                 Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                          5                  6                7                   8                   9



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                                                                                                                                                                                                FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                            1                      2                3                      4                          Prerequisites
Fort Wayne Accounting Team R
ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                                              ACC 2300 (C or better)
ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III                                                                                                             ACC 2320 (C or better)
ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                            FFF31/Thur/5:30                              ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3500            Corporate Income Tax                                                                                       FFF41/Thur/5:30                 Junior standing
ACC 4700            Advanced Accoutning I                                                                                                                   ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                                  FFF11/Thur/5:30                                                                 ACC 4700 (C or better)


Fort Wayne Accounting Team S
ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                      ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                                              ACC 2300 (C or better)
ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III                 FFF11/Tues/5:30
ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                         ACC 2140, MA 1025
ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                             ACC 2430
ACC 3300            Auditing                                                           FFF21/Tues/5:30
ACC 4700            Advanced Accoutning I                                                                           FFF31/Tues/5:30


Fort Wayne Accounting Team T
ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                       FFF31/Tues/5:30                ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                           FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                                ACC 2140, MA 1025
ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                 FFF21/Mon/5:30                                                              ACC 2430


Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team G (Crime Analysis Specialty)
CJ 3520             Crime Scene Investigation                                                                                                                       CJ 1100
CJ 3620             Forensic Science & Criminalistics                                                                                                               CJ 2500
CJ 4120             Death Investigation                                                                                                                             CJ 2500
CJ 4220             Criminal Profiling                                                                                                                         CJ 2500, CJ 3200
CJ 4320             Fundamentals of Crime Analysis                                                                                                            CJ 3600, MA 2025


Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team H (Crime Analysis Specialty)
CJ 1200             Criminology                                 FFF11/Tues/6:00                                                                                     CJ 1100
CJ 1300             The Police in America                                              FFF21/Tues/6:00                                                              CJ 1100
CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                               FFF31/Tues/6:00                                            CJ 1100
CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                                                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 2600             Laws of Evidence                                                                                                                       CJ 1100, CJ 2300, CJ 2400
CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                                                 CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for Human Services majors
CJ 3200             Understanding Criminal Behavior                                                                                                                 CJ 1100
CJ 3300             Victimology                                                                                                                                     CJ 1200
CJ 3700             Ethics and Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                        FFF41/Tues/6:00                      CJ 1100


Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team I (Crime Analysis Specialty)
CJ 1200             Criminology                                                                                                                                     CJ 1100
CJ 1300             The Police in America                                                                                                                           CJ 1100
CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                                                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal law                    FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                                     CJ 1100
CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                                       FFF21/Thur/6:00                                                              CJ 1100
CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                               FFF31/Thur/6:00                                            CJ 1100
CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                               FFF41/Thur/6:00   CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for Human Services majors
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25        Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22                    Prerequisites
                   Session:                                            1                    2                  3                     4



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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                        Dates:                                    Jan 8–Feb 11     Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                       5                 6                 7                 8                  9                     Prerequisites
                                     Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team J (Crime Analysis
                                     CJ 1200             Criminology                                                                                                                                     CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1300             The Police in America                                                                                                                           CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                                                                                          CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal law                                                                                                                        CJ 1100


                                     Fort Wayne Health Care Team D
                                     HCA 3200            Health Care Policy                      FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                   HCA 1100, HCA 2100
                                     HCA 4100            Managed Care & Medical Group Practice                     FFF61/Tues/6:00                                                                      HCA 1100
                                     HCA 4200            Long Term Care Administration                                               FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                    HCA 1100


                                     Fort Wayne Health Care Team E
                                     BIO 1140            Medical Terminology
                                     HCA 2100            Legal Aspects of Health Card Admin.                                                                                                            HCA 1100
                                     HCA 3100            Finance of Health Care Admin.                                                                                                                  HCA 1100


                                     Fort Wayne Human Services Team C
                                     HS 2600             Field Experience                        FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                        HS 2000
                                     HS 4950             Internship                                                                                    FFF81/Tues/6:00                                  HS 2600
                                     PSY 3780            Research Methods and Statistics                           FFF61/Tues/6:00                                                            MA 1025,PSY 1700, Jr Standing
                                     SS 2810             Social Problems                                                             FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                    SS 2800


                                     Fort Wayne Human Services Team D
                                     HS 2600             Field Experience                        FFF51/Thur/6:00                                                                                        HS 2000
                                     HS 4950             Internship                                                                                                                                     HS 2600
                                     REC 3010            Nonprofit Management                                      FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                          HS 2600 or permission of the dean
                                     PSY 1750            Human Growth and Development                                                FFF71/Thur/6:00                                                    PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                                                                      FFF81/Thur/6:00                                  MA 1025
                                     PSY 3780            Research Methods and Statistics                                                                                                      MA 1025,PSY 1700, Jr Standing
                                     SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                                 FFF91/Thur/6:00                SS 2800
                                     SS 2900             Community and Social Movements                                                                                                                 SS 2800


                                     Fort Wayne Human Services Team E
                                     HS 1500             Helping Relationships                                                                                                                          HS 1200
                                     HS 2000             Human Services Programming                                                                                                                     HS 1200
                                     LHS 2100            First Aid in Fitness Settings


                                     Fort Wayne IME Team C
                                     EGR 4400            Professional Practice I                                                     FFF71/MW*/5:30                                                  Jr./Sr. Standing
                                     IME 4010            Technical Computer graphics             FFF51/MW*/5:30                                                                             EGR 1710, EGR 2650 or concurrent
                                     IME 4110            Total Quality Management                                  FFF61/MW*/5:30                                                                       IME 3110
                                     IME 4975            IME Senior Project                                                                            FFF81/MW*/5:30                            EGR 2000, Sr. Standing
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Wednesdays
                                                        Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11      Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14             Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                      5                  6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                   FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                        1                2                 3                 4                         Prerequisites
Fort Wayne Criminal Justice Team J (Crime Analysis
CJ 1200             Criminology                             FFF11/Tues/6:00                                                                           CJ 1100
CJ 1300             The Police in America                                     FFF21/Tues/6:00                                                         CJ 1100
CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                      FFF31/Tues/6:00                                       CJ 1100
CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal law                                                                      FFF41/Wed/6:00                      CJ 1100


Fort Wayne Health Care Team D
HCA 3200            Health Care Policy                                                                                                         HCA 1100, HCA 2100
HCA 4100            Managed Care & Medical Group Practice                                                                                            HCA 1100
HCA 4200            Long Term Care Administration                                                                                                    HCA 1100


Fort Wayne Health Care Team E
BIO 1140            Medical Terminology                                       FFF21/Mon/5:30
HCA 2100            Legal Aspects of Health Card Admin.                                         FFF31/Mon/5:30                                       HCA 1100
HCA 3100            Finance of Health Care Admin.                                                                 FFF41/Mon/5:30                     HCA 1100


Fort Wayne Human Services Team C
HS 2600             Field Experience                                                                                                                 HS 2000
HS 4950             Internship                                                                                                                       HS 2600
PSY 3780            Research Methods and Statistics                                                                                       MA 1025,PSY 1700, Jr Standing
SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                                                  SS 2800


Fort Wayne Human Services Team D
HS 2600             Field Experience                                                                                                                 HS 2000
HS 4950             Internship                                                                  FFF31/Thur/6:00                                      HS 2600
REC 3010            Nonprofit Management                                                                                                HS 2600 or permission of the dean
PSY 1750            Human Growth and Development                                                                                                     PSY 1700
PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                                                                                                         MA 1025
PSY 3780            Research Methods and Statistics                           FFF21/Thur/6:00                                             MA 1025,PSY 1700, Jr Standing
SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                                                  SS 2800
SS 2900             Community and Social Movements          FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                          SS 2800


Fort Wayne Human Services Team E
HS 1500             Helping Relationships                                     FFF21/Wed/5:30                                                         HS 1200
HS 2000             Human Services Programming                                                  FFF31/Wed/5:30                                       HS 1200
LHS 2100            First Aid in Fitness Settings                                                                 FFF41/Wed/5:30


Fort Wayne IME Team C
EGR 4400            Professional Practice I                                                                                                      Jr./Sr. Standing
IME 4010            Technical Computer graphics                                                                                    EGR 1710, EGR 2650 or concurrent registration
IME 4110            Total Quality Management                                                                                                         IME 3110
IME 4975            IME Senior Project                                                                                                        EGR 2000, Sr. Standing
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Wednesdays
                   Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                   Session:                                        1                2                 3                 4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                       Dates:                                 Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                       Session:                                    5                    6               7                 8                    9                   Prerequisites
                                     Fort Wayne IME Team D
                                     CS 1250            Problem Solving for Programmers      FFF51/Mon/5:30
                                     EGR 4400           Professional Practice I                                                                                                               Junior/Senior Standing
                                     EM 2030            Statics and Dynamics                                                                                                               MA 1100 or concurrent; PH 1100
                                     IME 3040           Computer Integrated Manufacturing                       FFF61/MTh*/5:30                                                                  MA 1100, EGR 1710
                                     IME 3060           Adv. Computer Integrated                                                  FF71/MTh*/5:30                                                EGR 2650, IME 3040
                                     MA 1110            Applied Calculus II                                                                                   FFF81/Mon/5:30             MA 1100 (C or better) or equivalent
                                     PH 2100            Fundamentals of Physics II                                                                                                                    PH 1100
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


                                     Fort Wayne IME Team E
                                     EGR 2000           Engineering Communication                                                                                      FFF91/MTh*/5:30         ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     EGR 2650           Manufacturing Processes                                 FFF61/MTh*/5:30                                                                      EGR 2600
                                     EGR 3430           Applied Probability and Statistics                                        FFF71/Mon/5:30                                                MA 1100 or MA 1200
                                     IME 2110           Quality Control I                    FFF51/MTh*/5:30                                                                                  MA 1035, Soph. Standing
                                     MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                                                                                                                      MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     PH 2100            Fundamentals of Physics II                                                                                                                    PH 1100
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


                                     Fort Wayne IME Team F
                                     CH 1000            Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                 FFF71/MTh*/5:30                                                     MA 1035
                                     EGR 2000           Engineering Communication                                                                                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     EGR 2650           Manufacturing Processes                                                                                                                      EGR 2600
                                     EGR 3430           Applied Probability and Statistics                                                                                                      MA 1100 or MA 1200
                                     IME 2010           Safety Engineering                                                                          FFF81/MTh*/5:30                                   BA 2010
                                     IME 2020           Work Design                                                                                                                                   IME 2010
                                     IME 2110           Quality Control                                                                                                FFF91/MTh*/5:30        MA 1035, Soph. Standing
                                     MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                             FFF51/Mon/5:30                                                                           MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


                                     Fort Wayne IME Team G
                                     CH 1000            Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                 FFF71/MTh*/5:30                                                     MA 1035
                                     EGR 1710           Graphics and Design                                                                         FFF81/MTh*/5:30                            MA 1010 or concurrent
                                     IME 2010           Safety Engineering                                                                                                                            BA 2010
                                     MA 1010            Basic Algebra                        FFF51/MTh*/5:30                                                                                   MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 1035            College Algebra                                         FFF61/MTh*/5:30                                                                 MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     MA 1060            Trigonometry                                                              FFF71/MTh*/5:30                                               MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                                                                                                                      MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


                                     Fort Wayne IME Team H
                                     EGR 1710           Graphics and Design                                                                                                                    MA 1010 or concurrent
                                     MA 1010            Basic Algebra                                                                                                                          MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 1035            College Algebra                                                                                                                         MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     MA 1060            Trigonometry                                                                                                                            MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     *Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.
                                                       Dates:                                Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14             Prerequisites
                                                       Session:                                   5                   6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                     FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                  Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25        Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                  Session:                                     1                    2                3                     4                         Prerequisites
Fort Wayne IME Team D
CS 1250            Problem Solving for Programmers
EGR 4400           Professional Practice I                                                     FFF31/MTh*/5:30                                  Junior/Senior Standing
EM 2030            Statics and Dynamics                                                                             FFF41/MTh*/5:30    MA 1100 or concurrent registration; PH 1100
IME 3040           Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                                                               MA 1100, EGR 1710
IME 3060           Adv. Computer Integrated                                                                                                       EGR 2650, IME 3040
MA 1110            Applied Calculus II                                                                                                     MA 1100 (C or better) or equivalent
PH 2100            Fundamentals of Physics II                      FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                       PH 1100
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


Fort Wayne IME Team E
EGR 2000           Engineering Communication                                                                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
EGR 2650           Manufacturing Processes                                                                                                             EGR 2600
EGR 3430           Applied Probability and Statistics                                                                                             MA 1100 or MA 1200
IME 2110           Quality Control I                                                                                                            MA 1035, Soph. Standing
MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                              FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                 MA 1035 (C or better)
PH 2100            Fundamentals of Physics II                                                             FFF31/Mon/5:30                                PH 1100
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


Fort Wayne IME Team F
CH 1000            Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                                                                            MA 1035
EGR 2000           Engineering Communication            FFF11/MTh*/5:30                                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
EGR 2650           Manufacturing Processes                                   FFF21/MTh*/5:30                                                           EGR 2600
EGR 3430           Applied Probability and Statistics                                                                FF41/MTh*/5:30               MA 1100 or MA 1200
IME 2010           Safety Engineering                                                                                                                   BA 2010
IME 2020           Work Design                                                                 FF31/MTh*/5:30                                           IME 2010
IME 2110           Quality Control                                                                                                              MA 1035, Soph. Standing
MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                                                                                                             MA 1035 (C or better)
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


Fort Wayne IME Team G
CH 1000            Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                   FFF31/MTh*/5:30                                          MA 1035
EGR 1710           Graphics and Design                                                                                                     MA 1010 or concurrent registration
IME 2010           Safety Engineering                                                                               FFF41/MTh*/5:30                     BA 2010
MA 1010            Basic Algebra                                                                                                                 MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 1035            College Algebra                                                                                                                MA 1035 (C or better)
MA 1060            Trigonometry                                                                                                                   MA 1035 (C or better)
MA 1100            Applied Calculus I                              FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                 MA 1035 (C or better)
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.


Fort Wayne IME Team H
EGR 1710           Graphics and Design                                                                              FFF81/MTh*/5:30        MA 1010 or concurrent registration
MA 1010            Basic Algebra                        FFF51/MTh*/5:30                                                                          MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 1035            College Algebra                                           FFF61/MTh*/5:30                                                      MA 1035 (C or better)
MA 1060            Trigonometry                                                                FFF71/MTh*/5:30                                    MA 1035 (C or better)
*Class meets twice a week on Mondays & Thursdays.
                  Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                  Session:                                     1                   2                 3                    4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Campus
                                                       Dates:                                 Jan 8–Feb 11     Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                       Session:                                    5                 6                 7                 8                    9                       Prerequisites
                                     Fort Wayne IS Team E
                                     IS 2900            Web Applications                     FFF51/Mon/5:30                                                                                        IS 2100 or CS 2500
                                     IS 3100            Information Security                                   FFF61/Mon/5:30                                                           Jr. standing & computer sciences major
                                     IS 4100            Systems Analysis and Design                                              FFF71/Mon/5:30                                         Sr. stdg or approval, IS 2300 or NET 2300
                                     IS 4600            Disaster Recovery                                                                          FFF81/Mon/5:30                                        IS 3100
                                     IS 4800            Technical Project Management                                                                                                      Sr. stdg or administrative approval
                                     NET 1100           Introduction to Networking


                                     Fort Wayne IS Team F
                                     CS 2500            Database Systems                     FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                             IS 1300
                                     IS 2100            Internet Fundamentals                                                    FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                         IS 1300
                                     IS 2200            Developing Business Solutions                                                              FFF81/Tues/6:00                        IS 100 or IS 1150, ACC 1010 or OL 3400
                                     IS 2300            Programming II-Java                                                                                                                        IS 1300 or CS 1300
                                     IS 2900            Web Applications                                                                                                                            IS 2100, CS 2500
                                     IS 3100            Information Security                                                                                                                        Junior Standing
                                     NET 1100           Intro to Networking                                    FFF61/Tues/6:00


                                     Fort Wayne IS Team G
                                     CS 1250            Problem Solving for Programmers                                                                                                           MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     MA 1010            Basic Algebra                                                                                                                            MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 1035            College Algebra                                                                                                                           MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     NET 1100           Introduction to Networking


                                     Fort Wayne MIS Team Q
                                     MIS 1500           Computer Systems and Hardware        FFF51/Wed/6:00
                                     MIS 2100           Networking and Infrastructure                          FFF61/Wed/6:00                                                                      MIS 1300, MIS 1500
                                     MIS 2150           Component Analysis and Design                                            FFF71/Wed/6:00                                                         MIS 2100
                                     MIS 3000           Programming Language and Logic                                                                       FFF81/Wed/6:00                        MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                                     MIS 3100           Database Management                                                                                                                             MIS 1300
                                     MIS 3150           Database Application Development                                                                                                         MIS 3000 or MIS 3100
                                     MIS 3200           Web Applications & the Internet                                                                                                            MIS 2150, MIS 3000
                                     MIS 4000           Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                                                               MIS 3000, MIS 3100


                                     Fort Wayne Organizational Team J
                                     OL 4000            Strategic Planning                   FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                            OL 3400
                                     OL 4100            Qualitative Decision Making                            FFF61/Tues/6:00                                                                          OL 4000
                                     OL 4900            Organizational Leadership Capstone                                       FFF71/Tues/6:00                                                        OL 4100


                                     Fort Wayne Organizational Team K
                                     OL 3000            Employee Development                 FFF51/Thur/6:00                                                                                            BA 2700
                                     OL 3200            Managing Organizational Change                         FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                                          OL 3000
                                     OL 3300            Quantitative Decision Making                                             FFF71/Thur/6:00                                                        OL 3200
                                     OL 3400            Fin Systems for Decision Making                                                            FFF81/Thur/6:00                                      OL 3300
                                     OL 4000            Strategic Planning                                                                                            FFF91/Thur/6:00                   OL 3400
                                     OL 4100            Qualitative Decision Making                                                                                                                     OL 4000
                                     OL 4900            Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                                                              OL 4100
                                                       Dates:                                Jan 8–Feb 11      Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                 Prerequisites
                                                       Session:                                   5                  6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                    FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                  Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25        Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                  Session:                                     1                     2                3                 4                           Prerequisites
Fort Wayne IS
IS 2900            Web Applications                                                                                                              IS 2100 or CS 2500
IS 3100            Information Security                                                                                              Jr. standing and computer sciences major
IS 4100            Systems Analysis and Design                                                                                      Sr. standing or approval, IS 2300 or NET 2300
IS 4600            Disaster Recovery                                                                                                                   IS 3100
IS 4800            Technical Project Management         FFF11/Mon/5:30                                                                sr. standing or administrative approval
NET 1100           Introduction to Networking                                 FFF21/Mon/5:30


Fort Wayne IS Team F
CS 2500            Database Systems                                                                                                                    IS 1300
IS 2100            Internet Fundamentals                                                                                                               IS 1300
IS 2200            Developing Business Solutions                                                                                        IS 100 or IS 1150, ACC 1010 or OL 3400
IS 2300            Programming II-Java                             FFF11/Tues/6:00                                                               IS 1300 or CS 1300
IS 2900            Web Applications                                                             FFF31/Tues/6:00                                   IS 2100, CS 2500
IS 3100            Information Security                                                                           FFF41/Tues/6:00                 Junior Standing
NET 1100           Intro to Networking


Fort Wayne IS Team G
CS 1250            Problem Solving for Programmers                                              FFF31/Wed/5:30                                  MA 1035 (C or better)
MA 1010            Basic Algebra                        FFF11/MTh*/5:30                                                                        MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 1035            College Algebra                                            FFF21/MTh*/5:30                                                   MA 1035 (C or better)
NET 1100           Introduction to Networking                                                                     FFF41/Wed/5:30


Fort Wayne MIS Team Q
MIS 1500           Computer Systems and Hardware
MIS 2100           Networking and Infrastructure                                                                                                 MIS 1300, MIS 1500
MIS 2150           Component Analysis and Design                                                                                                      MIS 2100
MIS 3000           Programming Language and Logic                                                                                                MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 3100           Database Management                  FFF11/Wed/6:00                                                                                MIS 1300
MIS 3150           Database Application Development                           FFF21/Wed/6:00                                                   MIS 3000 or MIS 3100
MIS 3200           Web Applications & the Internet                                              FFF31/Wed/6:00                                   MIS 2150, MIS 3000
MIS 4000           Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                   FFF41/Wed/6:00                 MIS 3000, MIS 3100


Fort Wayne Organizational Team J
OL 4000            Strategic Planning                                                                                                                 OL 3400
OL 4100            Qualitative Decision Making                                                                                                        OL 4000
OL 4900            Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                                                 OL 4100


Fort Wayne Organizational Team K
OL 3000            Employee Development                                                                                                               BA 2700
OL 3200            Managing Organizational Change                                                                                                     OL 3000
OL 3300            Quantitative Decision Making                                                                                                       OL 3200
OL 3400            Fin Systems for Decision Making                                                                                                    OL 3300
OL 4000            Strategic Planning                                                                                                                 OL 3400
OL 4100            Qualitative Decision Making          FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                               OL 4000
OL 4900            Organizational Leadership Capstone                         FFF21/Thur/6:00                                                         OL 4100
                  Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                    Prerequisites
                  Session:                                     1                   2                  3                 4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne & Area
                                                        Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11           Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                           5                       6                7                   8                9                      Prerequisites
                                     Fort Wayne Organizational Team K
                                     OL 3000             Employee Development                                                                                                                                     BA 2700
                                     OL 3200             Managing Organizational Change                                                                                                                           OL 3000
                                     OL 3300             Quantitative Decision Making                                                                                                                             OL 3200
                                     OL 3400             Fin Systems for Decision Making                                                                                                                          OL 3300



                                     Huntington
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                                 FHP51/Sat/9am                                                                           BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                                          FHP71/Sat/9am                                       ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                     BA 1200             Foundations of Business                    FHP51/Sun/5:00                            FHP71/Mon/5:30
                                     BA 2010             Principles of Management                                        FHP61/Sun/5:00                         FHP81/Mon/5:30                               BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020             Operations Management                                                                FHP71/Sat/9am                                                   BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                                                              FHP81/Sun/5:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 2430             International Management                                        FHP61/Sun/5:00                                                                           BA 2010
                                     BA 2500             Marketing                                                                            FHP71/Sun/5:00                                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                                         FHP71/Sat/9am                                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                                                                                FHP81/Sun/5:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment            FHP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                               BA 2010
                                     BA 3110             Project Management I                                            FHP61/Sat/9am                                                                       BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200             Business Ethics                                                                                        FHP81/Tues/5:30                                   BA 2850
                                     BA 3650             Compensation Management                     FHP51/Sat/9am                                                                                                BA 2410
                                     BA 3710             Leadership                                                                                                                                     BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800             Labor Relations                                                                                         FHP81/Sat/9am                                    BA 2410
                                     BA 4010             Quality Management                                                                                                       FHP91/Wed/5:30       BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                                                                                   BA 2410
                                     BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                                                         FHP91/Mon/5:30                Jr. standing
                                     BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                         FHP81/Mon/5:30                           Sr. standing, business core
                                     CJ 1100             Intro. to the Criminal Justice System      FHP51/Wed/5:30
                                     COMM 1700           Photography
                                     ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                  FHP51/Wed/5:30
                                     ENG 1250            English Composition I                                           FHP61/Wed/5:30                                                              ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270            English Composition II                      FHP51/Sat/9am                            FHP71/Wed/5:30                                               ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                      FHP61/Sat/9am                          FHP81/Wed/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                                                                                                                                        ACC 2140
                                     HCA 1100            Intro. to Health Care Administration       FHP51/Thur/5:30
                                     HS 1200             Intro. to Human Services                                                                                                 FHP91/Wed/5:30
                                     HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                       FHP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2730            Intro. to Philosophy                                            FHP61/Tues/5:30                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction
                                     HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                                  FHP81/Sat/9am                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                                     FHP61/Sun/5:00
                                     MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                         FHP71/Sun/5:00                                                MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                FHP51/Mon/5:30                                                                                          MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                                                          FHP81/Sat/9am
                                     PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                            FHP61/Mon/5:30
                                     PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity
                                     PSY 2760            Theories of Personalities                                           FHP61/Fri/5:30                                                                       PSY 1700
                                                        Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11 Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9            June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                          5                6                  7                8                         9
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                                                                                                                                                                                             FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                        July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                             1                     2                 3                     4                        Prerequisites
Fort Wayne Organizational Team K
OL 3000             Employee Development                         FFF11/Tues/6:00                                                                                  BA 2700
OL 3200             Managing Organizational Change                                      FFF21/Tues/6:00                                                           OL 3000
OL 3300             Quantitative Decision Making                                                          FFF31/Tues/6:00                                         OL 3200
OL 3400             Fin Systems for Decision Making                                                                            FFF41/Tues/6:00                    OL 3300



Huntington
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                                    FHP11/Tue/5:30                                                            BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                                            FHP31/Tue/5:30                        ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200             Foundations of Business                      FHP11/Sat/9am                            FHP31/Mon/5:30
BA 2010             Principles of Management                                            FHP21/Sat/9am                          FHP41/Mon/5:30                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020             Operations Management                                                                 FHP31/Sat/9am                                      BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                           FHP21/Fri/5:30                                                            BA 2010
BA 2430             International Management                                                              FHP31/Sun/5:00                                          BA 2010
BA 2500             Marketing                                                                                                  FHP41/Sun/5:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                                                                                                  BA 2010
BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                                                               FHP31/Sat/9am                                           BA 2010
BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment              FHP11/Sat/9am                                                                                    BA 2010
BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                                       FHP41/Thur/5:30               BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200             Business Ethics                                                     FHP21/Sun/5:00                          FHP41/Sat/9am                     BA 2850
BA 3650             Compensation Management                                                                                                                       BA 2410
BA 3710             Leadership                                   FHP11/Mon/5:30                                                                         BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800             Labor Relations                                                                                                                               BA 2410
BA 4010             Quality Management                                                                                                                 BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                FHP31/Sun/5:00                                          BA 2410
BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                                                                            Jr. standing
BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                      FHP21/Sun/5:00                                                   Sr. standing, business core
CJ 1100             Intro. to the Criminal Justice System                                                                      FHP41/Sun/5:00
COMM 1700           Photography
ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                     FHP11/Fri/5:30                          FHP31/Sun/5:00
ENG 1250            English Composition I                                               FHP21/Fri/5:30                         FHP41/Sun/5:00     ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                                                      FHP41/Fri/5:30             ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                                                                                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                            FHP11/Sun/5:00                                                                                   ACC 2140
HCA 1100            Intro. to Health Care Administration                                                  FHP31/Fri/5:30
HS 1200             Intro. to Human Services
HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                         FHP11/Wed/5:30                                                                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2730            Intro. to Philosophy                                                                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                           FHP21/Wed/5:30
HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                FHP31/Fri/5:30                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                  FHP11/Thur/5:30                          FHP31/Sat/9am
MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                        FHP21/Thur/5:30                         FHP41/Sat/9am              MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                           FHP31/Thur/5:30                                  MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                      FHP21/Mon/5:30                          FHP41/Sat/9am
PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                          FHP11/Fri/5:30                                               FHP41/Thur/5:30
PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity                                             FHP21/Sun/5:00
PSY 2760            Theories of Personalities                                                                                                                     PSY 1700
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                   Session:                                            1                  2                    3                    4
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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Area
                                                        Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11           Feb 19–Mar 24    Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9     June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                           5                      6                7                     8               9                        Prerequisites
                                     Huntington continued
                                     PSY 2780            Social Psychology                                                                                                                                           PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3720            Child & Adolescent Psychology              FHP51/Sun/5:00                                                                                                   PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3730            Aging                                                                                                                                                       PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                                                                                       PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology                                                                                                      FHP91/Tues/5:30                    PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                                                            FHP71/Fri/5:30                                                          MA 1025
                                     SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                                  FHP61/Tues/5:30                                                                         Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                                      FHP71/Tues/5:30                                                  MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720             Group Dynamics
                                     SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                                    FHP81/Tues/5:30
                                     SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                                                                             SS 2800
                                     SS 2900             Community & Social Movements                FHP51/Fri/5:30                                                                                                  SS 2800


                                     Huntington Accounting Team B
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                     FHP71/Thur/5:30                               ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                                                           ACC 2300 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III                                                                                                                          ACC 2320 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                          FHP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                             ACC 2140, MA 1025
                                     ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                              FHP61/Thur/5:30                                                                            ACC 2430
                                     ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                                            ACC 2340 (C or better)
                                     ACC 3300            Auditing                                                                                                                                             ACC 2340 (C or better)


                                     Huntington Criminal Justice Team D
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     CJ 3530             Restorative Justice                        FHP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                                  CJ 3100
                                     CJ 4130             Probation/Parole Services & Care                                FHP61/Thur/5:30                                                                              CJ 1100
                                     CJ 4230             Corrections Counseling                                                              FHP71/Thur/5:30                                                          CJ 1100


                                     Huntington Criminal Justice Team E
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     CJ 1200             Criminology                                                                                                                                                  CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1300             The Police in America                                           FHP61/Wed/5:30                                                                               CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                              FHP71/Wed/5:30                                                           CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal Law                                                                               FHP81/Wed/5:30                                        CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                                                                                                                                 CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                                                                                                       CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                                                                                 CJ 1100


                                     Huntington Human Services Team B
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     HS 1500             Helping Relationships                      FHP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                                  HS 1200
                                     HS 2000             Human Services Programming                                      FHP61/Tues/5:30                                                                             HS 1200
                                     HS 2600             Field Experience                                                                                                                                            HS 2000
                                     LHS 2100            First Aid in Fitness Settings                                                       FHP71/Tues/5:30
                                     PSY 1750            Human Growth & Development                                                                             FHP81/Tues/5:30                                      PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                                                            FHP71/Fri/5:30                                                          PSY 1700
                                     REC 3010            Nonprofit Management                                                                                                                          HS 2600 or permission of the dean
                                     SS 2900             Community & Social Movements                                                                                                                                SS 2800
                                                        Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9     June 10–July 14                Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                          5                    6                  7                   8                  9

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                                                                                                                                                                                           FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                        July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                             1                     2                 3                 4                         Prerequisites
Huntington continued
PSY 2780            Social Psychology                            FHP11/Sun/5:00                                                                                PSY 1700
PSY 3720            Child & Adolescent Psychology                                                                                                              PSY 1700
PSY 3730            Aging                                                                                                   FHP41/Fri/5:30                     PSY 1700
PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                               FHP21/Sat/9am                                                          PSY 1700
PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology                                                                                                                        PSY 1700
PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                                                                                                                   MA 1025
SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                                      FHP21/Sat/9am                                                      Soph. standing
SS 2210             Microeconomics                               FHP11/Sat/9am                                                                          MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720             Group Dynamics
SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                   FHP31/Thur/5:30
SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                         FHP41/Sat/9am                      SS 2800
SS 2900             Community & Social Movements                                                                                                               SS 2800


Huntington Accounting Team B
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                  ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2320            Intermediate Accounting II                   FHP11/Thur/5:30                                                                        ACC 2300 (C or better)
ACC 2340            Intermediate Accounting III                                         FHP21/Thur/5:30                                                 ACC 2320 (C or better)
ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                     ACC 2140, MA 1025
ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                        ACC 2430
ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                             FHP31/Thur/5:30                               ACC 2340 (C or better)
ACC 3300            Auditing                                                                                                FHP41/Thur/5:30             ACC 2340 (C or better)


Huntington Criminal Justice Team D
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
CJ 3530             Restorative Justice                                                                                                                        CJ 3100
CJ 4130             Probation/Parole Services & Care                                                                                                            CJ 1100
CJ 4230             Corrections Counseling                                                                                                                      CJ 1100


Huntington Criminal Justice Team E
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
CJ 1200             Criminology                                                                                             FHP41/Wed/5:30                      CJ 1100
CJ 1300             The Police in America                                                                                                                       CJ 1100
CJ 1400             Corrections in America                                                                                                                      CJ 1100
CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal Law                                                                                                                    CJ 1100
CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                 FHP11/Wed/5:30                                                                                 CJ 1100
CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                              FHP21/Wed/5:30                                                          CJ 1100
CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                          FHP31/Wed/5:30                                        CJ 1100


Huntington Human Services Team B
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
HS 1500             Helping Relationships                                                                                                                      HS 1200
HS 2000             Human Services Programming                                                                                                                 HS 1200
HS 2600             Field Experience                                                    FHP21/Tues/5:30                                                        HS 2000
LHS 2100            First Aid in Fitness Settings
PSY 1750            Human Growth & Development                                                                                                                 PSY 1700
PSY 3770            Assessment in Psychology                     FHP11/Tues/5:30                                                                               PSY 1700
REC 3010            Nonprofit Management                                                                  FHP31/Tues/5:30                        HS 2600 or permission of the dean
SS 2900             Community & Social Movements                                                                            FHP41/Tues/5:30                    SS 2800
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25          Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                   Session:                                            1                      2                 3                 4

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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Area
                                                         Dates:                                           Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24        Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                              5                     6                     7               8                 9                         Prerequisites
                                     Huntington IME Teams D and E
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     EGR 4400             Professional Practice                                                                                     FHP81/MTh*/5:30                                   Jr./Sr. Standing
                                     IME 3040             Comp. Integrated Manuf.                      FHP51/MTh*/5:30                                                                                               MA 1100, EGR 1710
                                     IME 3060             Adv. Comp. Integrated Manuf.                                       FHP61/MTh*/5:30                                                                      EGR 2650 or IME 3040
                                     IME 4110             Total Quality Management                                                                FHP71/MTh*/5:30                                                        IME 3110
                                     IME 4975             IME Senior Project                                                                                                          FHP91/MTh*/5:30             EGR 2000/Sr. Standing
                                     Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays


                                     Huntington IME Team F
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     EGR 2000             Engineering Communication                                                                FHP71/TF*/5:30                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     EGR 2650             Manufacturing Processes                                                                                                                             EGR 2600 or advisor approval
                                     EGR 3430             Applied Probability & Statistics                         FHP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                  MA 1100 or MA 1200
                                     IME 2020             Work Design                                                                                               FHP81/TF*/5:30                                       IME 2010
                                     IME 2110             Quality Control I                                                                                                                                      MA 1035, Soph. standing
                                     IME 3020             Computer Sim. Of Mfg. Processes                                                                                                                                EGR 3430
                                     IME 4020             Lean Manufacturing                                                                                                                                        IME 2020, EGR 2650
                                     * Class meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.


                                     Huntington IME Team G
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     EGR 1710             Graphics & Design                                                                                                                                       MA 1010 or Concurrent
                                     MA 1010              Basic Algebra                                                                                                                                                  MA 1000
                                     MA 1035              College Algebra                                                                                                                                           MA 1010 or MA 1025
                                     MA 1060              Trigonometry                                                                                                                                             MA 1035 (C or better)


                                     Huntington IS Team A
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
                                     IS 2300              Programming II                                                                  FHP61/Wed/5:30                                                             IS 1300 or CS 1300
                                     IS 2900              Web Applications                                                                                          FHP81/Wed/5:30                                  IS 2100 or CS 2500
                                     IS 3100              Information Security                                                                                                                           Jr. standing & computer sciences major
                                     IS 4100              Systems Analysis & Design                                                                                                                      Sr. stdg. or approval, IS 2300 or NET 2300
                                     IS 4600              Disaster Recovery                                                                                                                                               IS 3100
                                     IS 4800              Technical Project Management                                                                                                                      IS 4100 or concurrent; jr. standing
                                     NET 1100             Intro. to Networking                          FHP51/Wed/5:30



                                     Kendallville
                                     Class Location: Four County Area Vocational Center, 1607 E. Dowling Street, Kendallville, IN 46755
                                     ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                                                                                                               BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                    FKP51/Mon/5:30                                                                                  ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                     BA 1200              Foundations of Business                       FKP51/Wed/5:30
                                     BA 2010              Principles of Management                                            FKP61/Thur/5:30                                                                       BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020              Operations Management                         FKP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                              BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                FKP71/Mon/5:30                                                        BA 2010
                                     BA 2430              International Management                                                                                                                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                                                                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                       FKP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                                  BA 2010
                                                         Dates:                                         Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24          Apr 1–May 5     May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                 Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                            5                     6                     7               8                   9
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                                                                                                                                                                                                              FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                           July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10        Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                                1                        2                    3                   4                            Prerequisites
Huntington IME Teams D and E
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
EGR 4400             Professional Practice                                                                                                                                Jr./Sr. Standing
IME 3040             Comp. Integrated Manuf.                                                                                                                             MA 1100, EGR 1710
IME 3060             Adv. Comp. Integrated Manuf.                                                                                                                      EGR 2650 or IME 3040
IME 4110             Total Quality Management                                                                                                                                IME 3110
IME 4975             IME Senior Project                                                                                                                               EGR 2000/Sr. Standing
Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays


Huntington IME Team F
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
EGR 2000             Engineering Communication                                                                                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
EGR 2650             Manufacturing Processes                                                  FHP21/TF*/5:30                                                      EGR 2600 or advisor approval
EGR 3430             Applied Probability & Statistics                                                                                                                   MA 1100 or MA 1200
IME 2020             Work Design                                                                                                                                             IME 2010
IME 2110             Quality Control I                               FHP11/TF*/5:30                                                                                  MA 1035, Soph. standing
IME 3020             Computer Sim. Of Mfg. Processes                                                               FHP31/TF*/5:30                                            EGR 3430
IME 4020             Lean Manufacturing                                                                                                 FHP41/TF*/5:30                  IME 2020, EGR 2650
* Class meets twice a week on Tuesdays and Fridays.


Huntington IME Team G
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
EGR 1710             Graphics & Design                                                                                                  FHP41/Mon/5:30          MA 1010 or Concurrent Registration
MA 1010              Basic Algebra                                   FHP11/MTh/5:30                                                                                          MA 1000
MA 1035              College Algebra                                                          FHP21/MTh/5:30                                                            MA 1010 or MA 1025
MA 1060              Trigonometry                                                                                  FHP31/MTh/5:30                                      MA 1035 (C or better)


Huntington IS Team A
Class Location: Indiana Tech - Huntington, 2809 Commercial Road, Huntington, IN 46750
IS 2300              Programming II                                                                                                                                      IS 1300 or CS 1300
IS 2900              Web Applications                                                                                                                                   IS 2100 or CS 2500
IS 3100              Information Security                           FHP11/Wed/5:30                                                                          Jr. standing and computer sciences major
IS 4100              Systems Analysis & Design                                               FHP21/Wed/5:30                                                Sr. standing or approval, IS 2300 or NET 2300
IS 4600              Disaster Recovery                                                                             FHP31/Wed/5:30                                             IS 3100
IS 4800              Technical Project Management                                                                                       FHP41/Wed/5:30   IS4100 or concurrent registration; junior standing
NET 1100             Intro. to Networking



Kendallville
Class Location: Four County Area Vocational Center, 1607 E. Dowling Street, Kendallville, IN 46755
ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                        FKP11/Tues/5:30                                                                 BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                             ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200              Foundations of Business                         FKP11/Mon/5:30
BA 2010              Principles of Management                                                FKP21/Wed/5:30                                                             BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020              Operations Management                          FKP11/Thur/5:30                                                                                      BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                     FKP31/Tues/5:30                                            BA 2010
BA 2430              International Management                                                FKP21/Mon/5:30                                                                   BA 2010
BA 2500              Marketing                                      FKP11/Wed/5:30                                                                                      BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                        FKP11/Tues/5:30                                                                                           BA 2010
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10        Nov 11-Dec 22                     Prerequisites
                    Session:                                               1                       2                      3                   4
                                                                               Listings for this location continue on the next page.   
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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Fort Wayne Area
                                                        Dates:                              Jan 8–Feb 11     Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                 5                 6                 7                 8                  9                      Prerequisites
                                     Kendallville continued
                                     BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                                       FKP71/Tues/5:30                                                     BA 2010
                                     BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                                                                 BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200             Business Ethics                   FKP51/Mon/5:30                                                                                          BA 2850
                                     BA 3710             Leadership                                                                              FKP81/Wed/5:30                          BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 4010             Quality Management                                                                                                             BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4700             Training & Development            FKP51/Wed/5:30                                                                                          BA 2410
                                     BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                                                                        Jr. standing
                                     BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                      FKP61/Tues/5:30                                                              Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1110            Anatomy & Physiology                                                                                      FKP91/Mon/5:30
                                     ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing         FKP51/Tues/5:30
                                     ENG 1250            English Composition I                               FKP61/Mon/5:30                                                           ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                FKP71/Thur/5:30                                              ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                                              FKP81/Thur/5:30                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                                                                      FKP91/Wed/5:30           ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510            Music Appreciation                                  FKP61/Wed/5:30                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                                               FKP81/Mon/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                                                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                         FKP61/Tues/5:30
                                     MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                          FKP71/Mon/5:30                                                MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                             FKP81/Tues/5:30                             MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                                                            FKP91/Tues/5:30
                                     PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                                    FKP81/Thur/5:30
                                     SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                                        FKP71/Tues/5:30                                                  Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                                          FKP81/Mon/5:30                             MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720             Group Dynamics
                                     SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                                       FKP91/Thur/5:30
                                                        Dates:                             Jan 8–Feb 11      Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                5                  6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                       FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                  1                2                 3                 4                         Prerequisites
Kendallville continued
BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                                       FKP31/Thur/5:30                                     BA 2010
BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                                                 BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200             Business Ethics                   FKP11/Thur/5:30                                                                         BA 2850
BA 3710             Leadership                                                                              FKP41/Mon/5:30          BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 4010             Quality Management                                                    FKP31/Mon/5:30                           BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700             Training & Development            FKP11/Wed/5:30                                                                          BA 2410
BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                        FKP41/Tues/5:30                 Jr. standing
BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                      FKP21/Thur/5:30                                              Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1110            Anatomy & Physiology                                                                    FKP41/Wed/5:30
ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing         FKP11/Mon/5:30
ENG 1250            English Composition I                                                 FKP31/Wed/5:30                         ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
ENG 1270            English Composition II                              FKP21/Tues/5:30                                                ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                                              FKP41/Wed/5:30             ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                                                    FKP41/Thur/5:30            ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510            Music Appreciation                                  FKP21/Mon/5:30                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                             FKP31/Tues/5:30                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710            Ethics                            FKP11/Wed/5:30                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                         FKP21/Wed/5:30
MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                            FKP41/Mon/5:30              MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                           FKP31/Mon/5:30                                MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                                          FKP41/Tues/5:30
PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                  FKP31/Tues/5:30
SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                      FKP21/Tues/5:30                                                    Soph. standing
SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                        FKP31/Wed/5:30                               MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720             Group Dynamics                    FKP11/Tues/5:30
SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                     FKP41/Wed/5:30
                   Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                   Session:                                  1                2                 3                 4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Campus
                                                      Dates:                                    Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                      Session:                                       5                      6               7                      8                9                      Prerequisites
                                     Indianapolis Campus
                                     ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                          III51/Thur/6:00                        III71/Tues/6:00                                       MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                         III51/Wed/6:00                          III71/Thur/6:00                                  ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
                                     BA 1200               Foundations of Business                                  III61/Thur/6:00   III71/Wed/6:00       III81/Wed/6:00
                                     BA 2010               Principles of Management                                 III61/Tues/6:00   III71/Mon/6:00        11181/Sun/5:00                              BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020               Operations Management                                     III61/Mon/6:00                        III81/Thur/6:00                               BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410               Human Resource Management                                III61/Thur/6:00   III71/Sat/9am                                                          BA 2010
                                     BA 2430               International Management                                 III61/Wed/6:00                         III81/Tues/6:00                                   BA 2010
                                     BA 2500               Marketing                           III51/Thur/6:00                        III71/Wed/6:00        III81/Sat/9am                               BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2600               Occupational Safety & Health                             III61/Tues/6:00                                                                          BA 2010
                                     BA 2700               Organizational Behavior             III51/Mon/6:00       III61/Wed/6:00                         III81/Tues/6:00                                   BA 2010
                                     BA 2800               E-Commerce                          III57/Wed/6:00                                                                                           BA 2010, BA 2500
                                     BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment     III51/Mon/6:00                         III71/Tues/6:00      III81/Wed/6:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 3110               Project Management I                III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                          BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200               Business Ethics                                           III61/Sat/9am                         III81/Tues/6:00                                   BA 2850
                                     BA 3300               Marketing Research                                                                                                                           BA 2500, MA 2025
                                     BA 3500               Advertising                                              III67/Wed/6:00                                                                           BA 2500
                                     BA 3550               International Marketing                                                    III77/Wed/6:00                                                         BA 2500
                                     BA 3650               Compensation Management             III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                               BA 2410
                                     BA 3710               Leadership                                                                 III71/Thur/6:00                                              BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800               Labor Relations                     III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                               BA 2410
                                     BA 4010               Quality Management                                                         III71/Wed/6:00                                              BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4500               Purchasing                                                                                      III87/Wed/6:00                                    BA 2500
                                     BA 4700               Training & Development              III51/Wed/6:00                                                                                                BA 2410
                                     BA 4800               Public Relations                                                           III71/Wed/6:00                                                       Jr. standing
                                     BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                            III61/Sat/9am                         III81/Wed/6:00                           Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1000              Introductory Biology                                     III67/Mon/6:00
                                     BIO 1140              Medical Terminology
                                     CJ 1100               Intro. to Criminal Justice System   III51/Mon/6:00
                                     CJ 1200               Criminology                                               III61/Mon/6:00                                                                           CJ 1100
                                     COMM 1700             Intro. to Photography                                                                            III81/Mon/6:00
                                     COMM 2100             Intro. to Cinema                                                                                 III81/Mon/6:00                                  HUM 2000
                                     ENG 1100              Intro to College Writing            III51/Mon/6:00       III61/Wed/6:00                         III81/Tues/6:00
                                     ENG 1250              English Composition I               III51/Thur/6:00       III61/Mon/6:00   III71/Wed/6:00                          III91/Tues/6:00   ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270              English Composition II              III51/Wed/6:00       III61/Thur/6:00   III71/Mon/6:00       III81/Wed/6:00                             ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2220              Credit for Learning                                                        III71/Thur/6:00                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                                       III61/Thur/6:00                         III81/Mon/6:00                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2400              Grantwriting                        III51/Wed/6:00                                                                                         ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                   III51/Wed/6:00                         III71/Mon/6:00                                                         ACC 2140
                                     HCA 1100              Intro. to Health Care Admin.        III51/Tues/6:00
                                     HS 1200               Intro. to Human Services                                 III61/Thur/6:00
                                     HS 2000               Human Services Programming                               III61/Wed/6:00                                                                           HS 1200
                                     HS 2600               Human Services Field Experience                                            III71/Wed/6:00                                                         HS 2000
                                     HS 4950               Human Services Internship                                                                       III81/Wed/6:00                                    HS 2600
                                     HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                III51/Sat/9am                          III71/Mon/6:00                          III91/Tues/6:00         ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510              Music Appreciation                  III51/Thur/6:00                                              III81/Sat/9am                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2520              Art Appreciation                                          III61/Mon/6:00
                                     HUM 2730              Intro. to Philosophy                                                                                               III91/Mon/6:00          ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310              Interpretation of Fiction                                III61/Tues/6:00                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                                      Dates:                                   Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                      Session:                                      5                     6                7                    8                   9
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                                                                                                                                                                                               FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                 Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25             Aug 26-Sept 29       Oct 7-Nov 10            Nov 11-Dec 22
                 Session:                                         1                         2                  3                        4                        Prerequisites
Indianapolis Campus
ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                              III11/Sun/5:00                              III31/Wed/6:00                          MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                              III11/Tues/6:00                              III31/Sun/5:00                     ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
BA 1200               Foundations of Business              III11/Tues/6:00           III21/Thur/6:00     III31/Tues/6:00          III41Wed/6:00
BA 2010               Principles of Management             III11/Thur/6:00           III21/Mon/6:00                              III41/Tues/6:00               BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020               Operations Management                                          III21/Wed/6:00                               III41/Mon/6:00               BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410               Human Resource Management            III11/Thur/6:00                                III31/Sat/9am                                             BA 2010
BA 2430               International Management            IIII11/Wed/6:00                                                         III41/Mon/6:00                    BA 2010
BA 2500               Marketing                            III11/Sat/9am                                 III31/Mon/6:00                                        BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600               Occupational Safety & Health                                   III21/Mon/6:00                                                                 BA 2010
BA 2700               Organizational Behavior                                        III21/Tues/6:00                              III41/Sat/9am                     BA 2010
BA 2800               E-Commerce                           III11/Mon/6:00                                                        III41/Thur/6:00               BA 2010, BA 2500
BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment                                 III21/Sat/9am      III31/Thur/6:00                                            BA 2010
BA 3110               Project Management I                                                               III31/Mon/6:00                                        BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200               Business Ethics                      III11/Sun/5:00                                III31/Tues/6:00                                            BA 2850
BA 3300               Marketing Research                                                                                                                       BA 2500, MA 2025
BA 3500               Advertising                                                                                                                                   BA 2500
BA 3550               International Marketing                                                                                                                       BA 2500
BA 3650               Compensation Management                                        III21/Wed/6:00                                                                 BA 2410
BA 3710               Leadership                           III11/Thur/6:00                                                        III41/Sat/9am           BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800               Labor Relations                                                                    III31/Thur/6:00                                            BA 2410
BA 4010               Quality Management                   III11/Wed/6:00                                III31/Wed/6:00                                  BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4500               Purchasing                                                                                                                                    BA 2500
BA 4700               Training & Development                                          IIII21/Sat/9am                                                                BA 2410
BA 4800               Public Relations                                                                   III31/Wed/6:00                                           Jr. standing
BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning       III11/Mon/6:00                                 III31/Sat/9am                                    Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1000              Introductory Biology                                                                                        III41/Mon/6:00
BIO 1140              Medical Terminology
CJ 1100               Intro. to Criminal Justice System                              III21/Thur/6:00
CJ 1200               Criminology                                                                        III31/Thur/6:00                                             CJ 1100
COMM 1700             Intro. to Photography                                          III21/Wed/6:00
COMM 2100             Intro. to Cinema                                                                   III31/Thur/6:00                                           HUM 2000
ENG 1100              Intro to College Writing             III11/Mon/6:00            III21/Tues/6:00     III31/Wed/6:00          III41/Thur/6:00
ENG 1250              English Composition I                                          III21/Mon/6:00      III31/Tues/6:00         III41/Wed/6:00     ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270              English Composition II               III11/Sun/5:00                                III31/Mon/6:00          III41/Tues/6:00             ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2220              Credit for Learning                                            III21/Mon/6:00                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                   III11/Wed/6:00                                 III31/Sat/9am                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2400              Grantwriting                                                   III21/Wed/6:00                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                    III11/Wed/6:00                                                         III41/Mon/6:00                    ACC 2140
HCA 1100              Intro. to Health Care Admin.         III11/Mon/6:00
HS 1200               Intro. to Human Services                                       III21/Thur/6:00
HS 2000               Human Services Programming                                                                                                                    HS 1200
HS 2600               Human Services Field Experience                                                                                                               HS 2000
HS 4950               Human Services Internship                                                                                                                     HS 2600
HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                                            III21/Sat/9am                              III41/Tues/6:00             ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510              Music Appreciation                                              III21/Sat/9am                              III41/Wed/6:00              ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2520              Art Appreciation                                                                   III31/Wed/6:00
HUM 2730              Intro. to Philosophy                                                                                                                   ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310              Interpretation of Fiction            III11Wed/6:00                                 III31/Thur/6:00                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
                 Dates:                                   July 22-Aug 25            Aug 26-Sept 29       Oct 7-Nov 10            Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                 Session:                                        1                        2                    3                       4
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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Campus
                                                       Dates:                             Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                       Session:                                5                      6               7                      8                9                          Prerequisites
                                     HUM 3330           American Writers                                                                              III81/Sat/9am                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3360           African-American Literature                           III61/Thur/6:00                         III81/Mon/6:00                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710           Ethics                           III51/Tues/6:00                        III71/Sun/5:00                          III91/Tues/6:00             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3720           Adv. Critical Thinking                                                                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000            Foundations of College Math                           III61/Tues/6:00                         III81/Mon/6:00
                                     MA 1025            Mathematical Problem-Solving     III51/Sun/5:00                         III71/Wed/6:00                          III91/Mon/6:00               MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025            Statistical Problem-Solving                            III61/Mon/6:00                        III81/Thur/6:00                      MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL majors
                                     MIS 1300           Software Tools                   III51/Wed/6:00       III61/Thur/6:00   III71/Sat/9am        III81/Tues/6:00
                                     PSY 1700           Intro. to Psychology                                   III61/Mon/6:00                        III81/Wed/6:00
                                     PSY 2000           Understanding Diversity                                                 III71/Tues/6:00                         III91/Mon/6:00
                                     PSY 2750           Psychology of Comm.              III51/Sat/9am                                                                                                     PSY 1700
                                     PSY 2760           Theories of Personality                                III61/Sat/9am                                                                               PSY 1700
                                     PSY 2780           Social Psychology                III51/Wed/6:00                                                                                                    PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3720           Child & Adolescent Psychology                          III61/Sun/5:00                                                                              PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3730           Aging                                                                   III71/Thur/6:00                         III91/Sat/9am                      PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3740           Counseling Techniques                                                                        III81/Wed/6:00                                        PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3760           Abnormal Psychology                                                                                             III91/Tues/6:00                    PSY 1700
                                     SCI 2000           Contemporary Issues in Science                                                               III87/Mon/6:00                                   MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                     SPA 1100           Conversational Spanish I
                                     SPA 1200           Conversational Spanish II                                                                                                                          SPA 1100
                                     SS 2200            Macroeconomics                                                          III71/Sat/9am                                                        Sophomore standing
                                     SS 2210            Microeconomics                   III51/Mon/6:00                                               III81/Sat/9am                                 MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720            Group Dynamics                                         III61/Sat/9am                          III81/Mon/6:00
                                     SS 2800            Intro. to Sociology              III51/Wed/6:00                         III71/Sat/9am                           III91/Mon/6:00
                                     SS 2810            Social Problems                  III51/Sat/9am                                                                                                     SS 2800
                                     SS 2830            Applied Social Problems
                                     SS 2850            Conflict Resolution                                   III61/Tues/6:00


                                     Indianapolis Accounting Team S
                                     ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting        III51/Wed/6:00                                                                                       ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3300           Auditing                                              III61/Wed/6:00                                                                               ACC 2240
                                     ACC 3500           Corporate Tax Accounting                                                III71/Wed/6:00                                                            Jr. standing


                                     Indianapolis Accounting Team T
                                     ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                             ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                                                                                    ACC 2240 (C or better)
                                     ACC 3500           Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                                                                          Jr. standing
                                     ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                       III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                 ACC 2240 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                                                             III71/Tues/6:00                                          ACC 4700 (C or better)


                                     Indianapolis Accounting TEAM U
                                     ACC 2320           Intermediate Accounting II       III51/Mon/6:00                                                                                             ACC 2300 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2340           Intermediate Accounting III                            III61/Mon/6:00                                                                       ACC 2320 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                             ACC 1240 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                                                                                    ACC 2240 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                                                              III71/Mon/6:00                                           ACC 2240 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                                      ACC 4700 (C or better)
                                                       Dates:                            Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                  Prerequisites
                                                       Session:                               5                     6                7                    8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                       FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                  Dates:                            July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10           Nov 11-Dec 22
                  Session:                                  1                      2                 3                       4                         Prerequisites
HUM 3330           American Writers                                          III21/Mon/6:00                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3360           African-American Literature       III11/Tues/6:00                           III31/Tues/6:00                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710           Ethics                                                    III21/Thur/6:00                          III41/Mon/6:00               ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3720           Adv. Critical Thinking                                                                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000            Foundations of College Math                               III21/Mon/6:00                           III41/Thur/6:00
MA 1025            Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                III31/Mon/6:00                                      MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025            Statistical Problem-Solving       III11/Mon/6:00                            III31/Sat/9am                            MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL Majors
MIS 1300           Software Tools                    III11/Wed/6:00          III21/Thur/6:00   III31/Mon/6:00          III41/Sat/9am
PSY 1700           Intro. to Psychology              III11/Thur/6:00                           III31/Sat/9am
PSY 2000           Understanding Diversity                                   III21/Tues/6:00                          III41/Mon/6:00
PSY 2750           Psychology of Comm.               III11/Mon/6:00                                                                                      PSY 1700
PSY 2760           Theories of Personality                                   III21/Mon/6:00                                                              PSY 1700
PSY 2780           Social Psychology                 III11/Wed/6:00                                                                                      PSY 1700
PSY 3720           Child & Adolescent Psychology                             III21/Wed/6:00                                                              PSY 1700
PSY 3730           Aging                                                                       III31/Sat/9am                                             PSY 1700
PSY 3740           Counseling Techniques             III11/Sat/9am                                                    III41/Wed/6:00                     PSY 1700
PSY 3760           Abnormal Psychology                                                                                III41/Thur/6:00                    PSY 1700
SCI 2000           Contemporary Issues in Science                            III21/Tues/6:00                                                        MA 1025, ENG 1270
SPA 1100           Conversational Spanish I                      III11/Wed/6:00
SPA 1200           Conversational Spanish II                                                               III31/Wed/6:00                                SPA 1100
SS 2200            Macroeconomics                                            III21/Thur/6:00                          III41/Mon/6:00               Sophomore standing
SS 2210            Microeconomics                    III11/Thur/6:00                           III31/Thur/6:00                                    MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720            Group Dynamics                                             III21/Sat/9am
SS 2800            Intro. to Sociology               III11/Wed/6:00                                                    III41/Sat/9am
SS 2810            Social Problems                                           III21/Wed/6:00                                                               SS 2800
SS 2830            Applied Social Problems                                                                             III41/Sun/5:00
SS 2850            Conflict Resolution               III11/Mon/6:00


Indianapolis Accounting Team S
ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                                                                              ACC 2240
ACC 3500           Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                                                             Jr. standing


Indianapolis Accounting Team T
ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting         III11/Tues/6:00                                                                        ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3300           Auditing                                                  III21/Tues/6:00                                                      ACC 2240 (C or better)
ACC 3500           Corporate Tax Accounting                                                    III31/Tues/6:00                                          Jr. standing
ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                                                                                                          ACC 2240 (C or better)
ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                         ACC 4700 (C or better)


Indianapolis Accounting TEAM U
ACC 2320           Intermediate Accounting II                                                                                                     ACC 2300 (C or better)
ACC 2340           Intermediate Accounting III                                                                                                     ACC 2320 (C or better)
ACC 2500           Individual Tax Accounting                                                                          III41/Mon/6:00        ACC 1240 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3300           Auditing                                                                    III31/Mon/6:00                                     ACC 2240 (C or better)
ACC 4700           Advanced Accounting I                                                                                                          ACC 2240 (C or better)
ACC 4740           Advanced Accounting II                         III11/Mon/6:00                                                                  ACC 4700 (C or better)
                  Dates:                            July 22-Aug 25          Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10           Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                  Session:                                 1                      2                  3                      4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Campus
                                                        Dates:                                 Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9       June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                    5                      6               7                 8                  9                         Prerequisites
                                     Indianapolis Criminal Justice TEAM E
                                     CJ 3520             Crime Scene Investigation                                 III61/Thur/6:00                                                                           CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3620             Forensic Science & Criminalistics                                           III71/Thur/6:00                                                         CJ 2500
                                     CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ    III51/Thur/6:00                                                                                                CJ 1200
                                     CJ 4120             Death Investigation                                                                           III81/Thur/6:00                                       CJ 2500
                                     CJ 4220             Criminal Profiling                                                                                                                             CJ 2500, CJ 3200
                                     CJ 4320             Fundamentals of Crime Analysis                                                                                                                 CJ 3600, MA 2025


                                     Indianapolis Criminal Justice TEAM F
                                     CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal Law             III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                                CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                              III61/Tues/6:00                                                                           CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                      III71/Tues/6:00                                                         CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2600             Laws of Evidence                                                                              III81/Tues/6:00                              CJ 1100, CJ 2300, CJ 2400
                                     CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                                                           CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS majors
                                     CJ 3200             Understanding Criminal Behavior                                                                                                                     CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3300             Victimology                                                                                                                                         CJ 1200
                                     CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                                                                   CJ 1200


                                     Indianapolis Health Care Administration TEAM D
                                     HCA 4200            Long Term Care Administration        III51/Mon/6:00                                                                                                HCA 1100


                                     Indianapolis IS TEAM C
                                     NET 1100            Intro. to Networking                 III51/Mon/6:00


                                     Indianapolis IS TEAM D
                                     CS 1250             Problem-Solving for Programmers      III51/Thur/6:00
                                     IS 1300             Programming I                                             III61/Thur/6:00                                                                    CS 1250 (C or better)
                                     IS 2100             Internet Programming                                                        III71/Thur/6:00                                                         IS 1300
                                     IS 2200             Developing Business Solutions                                                                 III81/Thur/6:00                        IS 1100 or IS 1150; ACC 1010 or OL 3400
                                     IS 2300             Programming II                                                                                                                                 IS 1300 or CS 1300
                                     IS 2900             Web Applications                                                                                                                              IS 2000 or CS 2500
                                     IS 3100             Information Security                                                                                                               Jr. standing and computer sciences major


                                     Indianapolis MIS TEAM T
                                     MIS 3000            Programming Logic                               III51/Tues/6:00                                                                               MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                                     MIS 3100            Database Management                                                         III71/Tues/6:00                                                   MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                                     MIS 3150            Database Application Development                                                              III81/Tues/6:00                                      MIS 3100
                                     MIS 3200            Web Applications & the Internet                                                                                                               MIS 2100, MIS 2150
                                     MIS 4000            Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                                                             MIS 3000, MIS 3100, MIS 3200
                                     MIS 4200            Systems Analysis & Design                                                                                                                     MIS 1300, MIS 1500


                                     Indianapolis Organizational Leadership Team I
                                     OL 4000             Strategic Planning                   III51/Thur/6:00                                                                                                OL 3400
                                     OL 4100             Qualitative Decision Making                               III61/Thur/6:00                                                                           OL 4000
                                     OL 4900             Organizational Leadership Capstone                                          III71/Thur/6:00                                                         OL 4100
                                                        Dates:                                Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                 Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                   5                     6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                           FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25           Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10            Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                      1                      2                 3                       4                          Prerequisites
Indianapolis Criminal Justice TEAM E
CJ 3520             Crime Scene Investigation                                                                                                                   CJ 1100
CJ 3620             Forensic Science & Criminalistics                                                                                                           CJ 2500
CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                                                           CJ 1200
CJ 4120             Death Investigation                                                                                                                         CJ 2500
CJ 4220             Criminal Profiling                    III11/Thur/6:00                                                                                  CJ 2500, CJ 3200
CJ 4320             Fundamentals of Crime Analysis                                III21/Thur/6:00                                                          CJ 3600, MA 2025


Indianapolis Criminal Justice TEAM F
CJ 2300             Substantive Criminal Law                                                                                                                    CJ 1100
CJ 2400             Understanding Procedural Law                                                                                                                CJ 1100
CJ 2500             Criminal Investigation                                                                                                                      CJ 1100
CJ 2600             Laws of Evidence                                                                                                                   CJ 1100, CJ 2300, CJ 2400
CJ 3100             A System of Juvenile Justice          III11/Tues/6:00                                                                          CJ 1100 or HS 1200 for HS majors
CJ 3200             Understanding Criminal Behavior                               III21/Tues/6:00                                                               CJ 1100
CJ 3300             Victimology                                                                     III31/Tues/6:00                                             CJ 1200
CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                       III41/Tues/6:00                     CJ 1200


Indianapolis Health Care Administration TEAM D
HCA 4200            Long Term Care Administration                                                                                                              HCA 1100


Indianapolis IS TEAM C
NET 1100            Intro. to Networking


Indianapolis IS TEAM D
CS 1250             Problem-Solving for Programmers
IS 1300             Programming I                                                                                                                        CS 1250 (C or better)
IS 2100             Internet Programming                                                                                                                        IS 1300
IS 2200             Developing Business Solutions                                                                                                IS 1100 or IS 1150; ACC 1010 or OL 3400
IS 2300             Programming II                                    III11/Thur/6:00                                                                      IS 1300 or CS 1300
IS 2900             Web Applications                                                                III31/Thur/6:00                                       IS 2000 or CS 2500
IS 3100             Information Security                                                                                    III41/Thur/6:00    Jr. standing and computer sciences major


Indianapolis MIS TEAM T
MIS 3000            Programming Logic                                                                                                                     MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 3100            Database Management                                                                                                                   MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 3150            Database Application Development                                                                                                           MIS 3100
MIS 3200            Web Applications & the Internet       III11/Tues/6:00                                                                                 MIS 2100, MIS 2150
MIS 4000            Enterprise Resource Planning                                  III21/Tues/6:00                                                    MIS 3000, MIS 3100, MIS 3200
MIS 4200            Systems Analysis & Design                                                                   III31/Tues/6:00                           MIS 1300, MIS 1500


Indianapolis Organizational Leadership Team I
OL 4000             Strategic Planning                                                                                                                          OL 3400
OL 4100             Qualitative Decision Making                                                                                                                 OL 4000
OL 4900             Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                                                          OL 4100
                   Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25          Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10            Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                   Session:                                     1                      2                  3                       4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Area
                                                         Dates:                                           Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                               5                     6                  7                    8                9                        Prerequisites
                                     Camp Atterbury
                                     Class Location: TBD — Location will be listed on the syllabus for each class
                                     Note: Classes open only to military personnel, their dependents, and state/federal government contractors on post
                                     BA 1200               Foundations of Business
                                     BA 2010               Principles of Management                                                                                                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2500               Marketing                                                                                                                                                  BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing                     ICA51/Mon/5:30
                                     ENG 1250              English Composition I                                              ICA61/Mon/5:30                                                                 ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270              English Composition II                                                                ICA71/Mon/5:30                                                     ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                                                                                         ICA81/Mon/5:30                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000               Foundations of College Math



                                     Fishers
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
                                     ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                                                                             IFP71/Mon/6:00                                         MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                                    IFP51/Thur/6:00                                                                             ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
                                     BA 1200               Foundations of Business                                            IFP61/Sat/9am
                                     BA 2010               Principles of Management                                                              IFP71/Wed/6:00                                                       BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020               Operations Management                                                                 IFP71/Wed/6:00                                                       BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410               Human Resource Management                                                                                  IFP81/Thur/6:00                                      BA 2010
                                     BA 2430               International Management                                                                                                                                        BA 2010
                                     BA 2500               Marketing                                                                                                  IFP81/Tues/6:00                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2550               Personal Selling
                                     BA 2700               Organizational Behavior                                                                                                                                         BA 2010
                                     BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment                                    IFP61/Sat/9am                                                                                BA 2010
                                     BA 3110               Project Management I                                                                                                         IFP91/Wed/6:00                BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200               Business Ethics                               IFP51/Thur/6:00                                                                                                   BA 2850
                                     BA 3710               Leadership                                                                                                                                            BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800               Labor Relations                              IFP51/Wed/6:00                                                                                                     BA 2410
                                     BA 4700               Training & Development                                             IFP61/Wed/6:00                                                                               BA 2410
                                     BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                                                                         Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1000              Introductory to Biology                                            IFP61/Mon/6:00
                                     ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing                                          IFP61/Tues/6:00
                                     ENG 1250              English Composition I                                                                 IFP71/Tues/6:00                                             ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270              English Composition II                       IFP51/Mon/ 6:00                                               IFP81/Tues/6:00                               ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320              Professional Communication                                         IFP61/Mon/6:00                                            IFP91/Tues/6:00             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                                                                                          IFP81/Wed/6:00                                       ACC 2140
                                     HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                          IFP51/Tues/6:00                                              IFP81/Thur/6:00                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510              Music Appreciation                                                 IFP61/Wed/6:00                                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3330              American Writers
                                     HUM 3360              African-American Literature                                                           IFP71/Mon/6:00                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710              Ethics                                                                                                                       IFP91/Wed/6:00              ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000               Foundations of College Math                                                           IFP71/Thur/6:00
                                     MA 1025               Mathematical Problem-Solving                  IFP51/Tues/6:00                                              IFP81/Thur/6:00                               MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025               Statistical Problem-Solving                                        IFP61/Tues/6:00                                           IFP91/Thur/6:00 MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL majors
                                     MIS 1300              Software Tools                                                                        IFP71/Wed/6:00
                                     PSY 1700              Intro. to Psychology                          IFP51/Mon/6:00
                                     PSY 1750              Human Growth & Development                                         IFP61/Thur/6:00                                           IFP91/Thur/6:00
                                                         Dates:                                          Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                             5                    6                  7                    8                   9
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                                                                                                                                                                                                              FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                            July 22-Aug 25             Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                                   1                       2                     3                     4                          Prerequisites
Camp Atterbury
Class Location: TBD — Location will be listed on the syllabus for each class
Note: Classes open only to military personnel, their dependants, and state/federal government contractors on post
BA 1200               Foundations of Business                        ICA11/Mon/5:30
BA 2010               Principles of Management                                                   ICA21/Mon/5:30                                                            BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2500               Marketing                                                                                                              ICA41/Mon/5:30                BA 1200, ENG 1250
ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing
ENG 1250              English Composition I                                                                                                                    ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270              English Composition II                                                                                                                              ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                                                                                                                                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000               Foundations of College Math                                                                     ICA31/Mon/5:30



Fishers
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                                                                                       IFP31/Mon/6:00                          MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                                           IFP11/Wed/6:00                                                                 ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
BA 1200               Foundations of Business                        IFP11/Wed/6:00                                                          IFP41/Sat/9am
BA 2010               Principles of Management                                                  IFP21/Wed/6:00                                                             BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020               Operations Management                                                                            IFP31/Sat/9am                                        BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410               Human Resource Management                                                                        IFP31/Tues/6:0                                            BA 2010
BA 2430               International Management                                                   IFP21/Mon/6:00                                                                  BA 2010
BA 2500               Marketing                                                                                                             IFP41/Tues/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2550               Personal Selling                                                          IFP21/Wed/6:00                              IFP41/Mon/6:00
BA 2700               Organizational Behavior                        IFP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                              BA 2010
BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment                IFP21/Tues/6:00                                                                                             BA 2010
BA 3110               Project Management I                                                                                                                                  BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200               Business Ethics                                                            IFP21/Mon/6:00                                                                 BA 2850
BA 3710               Leadership                                                                                      IFP31/Thur/6:00                                  BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800               Labor Relations                                                                                                                                            BA 2410
BA 4700               Training & Development                                                                                                                                     BA 2410
BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                             IFP21/Sat/9am                                                         Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1000              Introductory to Biology                                                    IFP21/Mon/6:00
ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing                      IFP11/Thur/6:00                                  IFP31/Wed/6:00
ENG 1250              English Composition I                                                     IFP21/Thur/6:00                             IFP41/Wed/6:00      ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270              English Composition II                                                                          IFP31/Thur/6:00                                     ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320              Professional Communication                                                                                            IFP41/Thur/6:00               ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                                                                               IFP31/Mon/6:00                                            ACC 2140
HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                           IFP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                       ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510              Music Appreciation                                                                               IFP311/Sat/9am                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3330              American Writers                                                          IFP21/Tues/6:00
HUM 3360              African-American Literature                                                                                           IFP41/Mon/6:00                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710              Ethics                                                                                                                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000               Foundations of College Math                    IFP11/Tues/6:00
MA 1025               Mathematical Problem-Solving                                              IFP21/Tues/6:00                                                           MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025               Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                     IFP31/Tues/6:00                          MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL majors
MIS 1300              Software Tools                                 IFP11/Mon/6:00                                                         IFP41/Wed/6:00
PSY 1700              Intro. to Psychology                                                      IFP21/Thur/6:00
PSY 1750              Human Growth & Development
                    Dates:                                           July 22-Aug 25             Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                    Prerequisites
                    Session:                                                1                         2                      3                    4
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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Area
                                                         Dates:                                          Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                             5                     6               7                     8                9                        Prerequisites
                                     Fishers continued
                                     PSY 2000             Understanding Diversity                                                                                 IFP81/Wed/6:00
                                     PSY 3740             Counseling Techniques                                                               IFP71/Tues/6:00                                                          PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3760             Abnormal Psychology                                                                                                                                          PSY 1700
                                     SCI 2000             Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                                            IFP91/Thur/6:00               MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                     SS 2200              Macroeconomics                                                                                          IFP81/Tues/6:00                                Sophmore Standing
                                     SS 2210              Microeconomics                                                                                                                                        MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720              Group Dynamics                                                                                          IFP81/Wed/6:00
                                     SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                          IFP51/Wed/6:00
                                     SS 2810              Social Problems                                                                     IFP71/Thur/6:00                                                          SS 2800
                                     SS 2850              Conflict Resolution                                                                                                        IFP91/Mon/6:00


                                     Fishers - Accounting Team FA
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
                                     ACC 2500             Individual Tax Accounting                                         IFP61/Wed/6:00                                                             ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 3300             Auditing                                     IFP51/Wed/6:00                                                                                                 ACC 2300
                                     ACC 3500             Corporate Tax Accounting                                                            IFP71/Wed/6:00                                                           ACC 2320


                                     Fishers - Accounting Team FB
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
                                     ACC 2300             Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                                    ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 2430             Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                                            ACC 2140
                                     ACC 2440             Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                                          ACC 2430


                                     Fishers-Organizational Leadership Team FA
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
                                     OL 3300              Quantitative Decision-Making                 IFP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                                  OL 3200
                                     OL 3400              Fin. Systems for Decision-Making                                  IFP61/Mon/6:00                                                                             OL 3300
                                     OL 4000              Strategic Planning                                                                  IFP71/Mon/6:00                                                           OL 3400
                                     OL 4100              Qualitative Decision-Making                                                                             IFP81/Mon/6:00                                       OL 4000
                                     OL 4900              OL Capstone                                                                                                                                                  OL 4100



                                     Greenwood
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                     ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                   ISP51/Wed/6:00                        ISP71/Thur/6:00                                         MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                   ISP51/Tues/6:00                       ISP71/Wed/6:00                                      ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
                                     BA 1200              Foundations of Business                      ISP51/Mon/6:00                                             ISP81/Thur/6:00   ISP91/Tues/6:00
                                     BA 2010              Principles of Management                     ISP51/Thur/6:00                                            ISP81/Wed/6:00    ISP91/Mon/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020              Operations Management                                             ISP61/Thur/6:00                                         ISP91/Tues/6:00               BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                               ISP81/Wed/6:00                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2430              International Management                                                                                ISP81/Wed/6:00                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2500              Marketing                                                                           ISP71/Tues/6:00                       ISP91/Mon/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2600              Occupational Safety & Health                                                                                                                                 BA 2010
                                     BA 2500              Marketing                                                                           ISP71/Tues/6:00                       ISP91/Mon/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2600              Occupational Safety & Health                                                                                                                                 BA 2010
                                     BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                      ISP51/Mon/6:00                         ISP71/Thur/6:00                                                          BA 2010
                                     BA 2850              Managing in a Legal Environment                                   ISP61/Tues/6:00                                                                            BA 2010
                                     BA 3110              Project Management I                         ISP51/Wed/6:00                                                                                             BA 2010, MA 2025
                                                         Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11 Feb 19–Mar 24        Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9              June 10–July 14                Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                           5               6                 7                8                           9
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                                                                                                                                                                                                     FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25            Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                               1                         2                 3                     4                        Prerequisites
Fishers continued
PSY 2000             Understanding Diversity
PSY 3740             Counseling Techniques                                                                                                                               PSY 1700
PSY 3760             Abnormal Psychology                                                                        IFP31/Tues/6:00                                          PSY 1700
SCI 2000             Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                                   IFP41/Thur/6:00               MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200              Macroeconomics                                                                             IFP31/Mon/6:00                                     Sophmore Standing
SS 2210              Microeconomics                                                                                                                               MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720              Group Dynamics                                 IFP11/Thur/6:00
SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                                                                        IFP31/Wed/6:00
SS 2810              Social Problems                                                                                                                                     SS 2800
SS 2850              Conflict Resolution


Fishers - Accounting Team FA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
ACC 2500             Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                           ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 3300             Auditing                                                                                                                                           ACC 2300
ACC 3500             Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                                                                            ACC 2320


Fishers - Accounting Team FB
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
ACC 2300             Intermediate Accounting I                                                                             IFP31/Thur/6:00               ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2430             Cost Accounting I                              IFP11/Thur/6:00                                                                                      ACC 2140
ACC 2440             Cost Accounting II                                                       IFP21/Thur/6:00                                                           ACC 2430


Fishers-Organizational Leadership Team FA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
OL 3300              Quantitative Decision-Making                                                                                                                        OL 3200
OL 3400              Fin. Systems for Decision-Making                                                                                                                    OL 3300
OL 4000              Strategic Planning                                                                                                                                  OL 3400
OL 4100              Qualitative Decision-Making                                                                                                                         OL 4000
OL 4900              OL Capstone                                    IFP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                       OL 4100



Greenwood
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                         ISP11/Tues/6:00                                                                MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                                                                 ISP31/Tues/6:00                    ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
BA 1200              Foundations of Business                        ISP11/Thur/6:00                             ISP31/Mon/6:00
BA 2010              Principles of Management                                                 ISP21/Thur/6:00                         ISP41/Mon/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020              Operations Management                                                    ISP21/Mon/6:00                                                        BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                                        ISP41/Tues/6:00                    BA 2010
BA 2430              International Management                                                                                         ISP41/Thur/6:00                    BA 2010
BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                  ISO31/Tues/6:00                                     BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600              Occupational Safety & Health                   ISP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                       BA 2010
BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                  ISO31/Tues/6:00                                     BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600              Occupational Safety & Health                   ISP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                       BA 2010
BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                        ISP11/Thur/6:00                             ISP31/Wed/6:00                                           BA 2010
BA 2850              Managing in a Legal Environment                                          ISP21/Tues/6:00                          ISP41/Sat/9am                     BA 2010
BA 3110              Project Management I                           ISP11/Tues/6:00                                                                                 BA 2010, MA 2025
                    Dates:                                         July 22-Aug 25   Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10             Nov 11-Dec 22                    Prerequisites
                    Session:                                              1                 2                    3                        4
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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Area
                                                        Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                        Session:                                          5                     6                  7                8                  9                          Prerequisites
                                     Greenwood continued
                                     BA 3200             Business Ethics                           ISP51/Mon/6:00                                             ISP81/Sat/9am                                         BA 2850
                                     BA 3650             Compensation Management                                                                                                                                     BA 2410
                                     BA 3710             Leadership                                                                         ISP71/Thur/6:00                                               BA 2010, BA2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800             Labor Relations                            ISP51/Sat/9am                                                                                                    BA 2410
                                     BA 4010             Quality Management                                             ISP61/Sat/9am                                                                    BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                               ISP81/Mon/6:00                                         BA 2410
                                     BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                   ISP71/Mon/6:00                                                         Jr. standing
                                     BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                     ISP71/Sat/9am     ISP81/Mon/6:00                               Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1000            Introductory to Biology                                                                              ISP81/Sat/9am
                                     CJ 1100             Intro. to Criminal Justice System                              ISP61/Tues/6:00                                         ISP91/Thur/6:00
                                     COMM 1700           Intro. to Photography                                                              ISP71/Tues/6:00
                                     COMM 2100           Intro. to Cinema                                                                                     ISP81/Tues/6:00                                      HUM 2000
                                     ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                 ISP51/Wed/6:00                           ISP71/Sat/9am
                                     ENG 1250            English Composition I                                          ISP61/Wed/6:00                                                                ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                             ISP71/Wed/6:00                                                   ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320            Professional Comm.                                                                                   ISP81/Thur/6:00                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                                                                  ISP71/Tues/6:00                                                         ACC 2140
                                     HCA 1100            Intro. To Health Care Administration                                               ISP71/Wed/6:00
                                     HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                           ISP61/Mon/6:00                                                                       ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510            Music Appreciation                                             ISP61/Tues/6:00                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2520            Art Appreciation                          ISP51/Thur/6:00
                                     HUM 2730            Intro. to Philosophy                                           ISP61/Sat/9am                                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                                                           ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                               ISP81/Mon/6:00                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                                    ISP61/Thur/6:00                       ISP81/Sat/9am
                                     MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                       ISP71/Thur/6:00                                                   MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                          ISP81/Mon/6:00                       MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL majors
                                     MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                 ISP61/Wed/6:00                        ISP81/Tues/6:00
                                     PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                       ISP51/Sat/9am                           ISP71/Wed/6:00                      ISP91/Wed/6:00
                                     PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity                                        ISP61/Mon/6:00
                                     PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                     ISP51/Tues/9am                                                                                                   PSY 1700
                                     PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology                                            ISP61/Sat/9am                                                                               PSY 1700
                                     SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                                     ISP71/Mon/6:00                      ISP91/Mon/6:00                 MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                     SS 2200             Macroeconomics                            ISP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                               Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                 ISP61/Wed/6:00                                                                       MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720             Group Dynamics                                                                                       ISP81/Sat/9am
                                     SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                            ISP61/Thur/6:00                       ISP81/Tues/6:00   ISP91/Thur/6:00
                                     SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                                                                            SS 2800
                                     SS 2850             Conflict Resolution                       ISP51/Tues/6:00


                                     Greenwood Accounting Team GF
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                     ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                          ISP71/Tues/6:00                                            ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                     ACC 3500            Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                             ISP81/Tues/6:00                                      Jr. standing
                                     ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                               ISP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                ACC 4700 (C or better)
                                                        Dates:                                      Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                  Prerequisites
                                                        Session:                                         5                   6                    7                8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                                 FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10     Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                            1                      2                        3              4                          Prerequisites
Greenwood continued
BA 3200             Business Ethics                             ISP11/Wed/6:00                                                  ISP41/Sat/9am                      BA 2850
BA 3650             Compensation Management                                            ISP21/Mon/6:00                                                               BA 2410
BA 3710             Leadership                                                                                ISP31/Thur/6:00                             BA 2010, BA2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800             Labor Relations                                                                           ISP31/Mon/6:00                                        BA 2410
BA 4010             Quality Management                                                 ISP21/Thur/6:00                                                  BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                    ISP31/Thur/6:00                                       BA 2410
BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                          ISP31/Wed/6:00                                      Jr. standing
BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                              ISP41/Thur/6:00           Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1000            Introductory to Biology                                                                                     ISP41/Sat/9am
CJ 1100             Intro. to Criminal Justice System                                  ISP21/Mon/6:00
COMM 1700           Intro. to Photography
COMM 2100           Intro. to Cinema                                                                                                                              HUM 2000
ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                   ISP11/Tues/6:00
ENG 1250            English Composition I                                              ISP21/Tues/6:00                                               ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                                    ISP31/Tues/6:00                                ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320            Professional Comm.                                                                                          ISP41/Tues/6:00              ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                                                                         ISP31/Tues/6:00                                      ACC 2140
HCA 1100            Intro. To Health Care Administration                                                      ISP31/Thur/6:00
HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                               ISP21/Tues.6:00                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510            Music Appreciation                          ISP11/Tues/6:00                                                                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2520            Art Appreciation
HUM 2730            Intro. to Philosophy                                                                                                                    ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                                                  ISP31/Sat/9am                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                     ISP31/Sat/9am                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                                        ISP2/Wed/6:00
MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                              ISP31/Wed/6:00                                 MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                                 ISP41/Wed/6:00    MA 1025 (C or better), OL 3300 for OL majors
MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                     ISP21/Wed/6:00                           ISP41/Wed/6:00
PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                        ISP11/Tues/6:00                               ISP31/Mon/6:00
PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity
PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                                       ISP41/Mon/6:00                     PSY 1700
PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology                                                ISP21/Sat/9am                                                               PSY 1700
SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                                             ISP31/Sat/9am                                  MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200             Macroeconomics                              ISP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                  Soph. standing
SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                     ISP21/Wed/6:00                                                       MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720             Group Dynamics                              ISP11/Sat/9am                                 ISP31/Wed/6:00
SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                ISP21/Thur/6:00                          ISP41/Tues/6:00
SS 2810             Social Problems                                                                                             ISP41/Thur/6:00                     SS 2800
SS 2850             Conflict Resolution                                                ISP21/Tues/6:00


Greenwood Accounting Team GF
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                         ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3500            Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                                                                      Jr. standing
ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                                   ACC 4700 (C or better)
                   Dates:                                      July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10     Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                   Session:                                           1                     2                        3                4




 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                                  Schedule Subject to Change                                        71
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis Area
                                                         Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24          Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                          5                     6                    7               8                  9                         Prerequisites
                                      Greenwood Accounting Team GF
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                           ISP71/Tues/6:00                                           ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
                                      ACC 3500            Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                              ISP81/Tues/6:00                                    Jr. standing
                                      ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                               ISP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                ACC 4700 (C or better)


                                      Greenwood Accounting Team GH
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                                  ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                      ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                                          ACC 2140
                                      ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                                         ACC 2430


                                      Greenwood Criminal Justice Team GA
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ         ISP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                                   CJ 1200


                                      Greenwood IME Team GA
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      EGR 2600            Materials Science                                                                   ISP71/MTh*/6:00                                                  IME 2020, EGR 2650
                                      EM 2030             Statics & Dynamics                                                                                    ISP81/MTh*/6:00                                IME 4020, EGR 3430
                                      IME 3110            Quality Control II                                                                                                                                         IME 2110
                                      IME 3120            Design of Experiments                                                                                                                                      EGR 3430
                                      IME 3040            Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                                                                                     MA 1100, EGR 1710
                                      IME 3060            Adv. Computer Integrated Mfg                                                                                                                         EGR 2650, IME 3040
                                      MA 1110             Applied Calculus II                       ISP51/MTh*/6:00                                                                                            MA 1100 (C or better)
                                      PH 2100             Fundamentals of Physics II                                    ISP61/MTh*/6:00                                                                               PH 1100


                                      Greenwood IME Team GB
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      CH 1100             Fundamentals of Chemistry                 ISP51/MTh*/6:00                                                                                                  MA 1100
                                      EGR 1710            Engineering Graphics & Design                                                                         ISP81/MTh*/6:00                                MA 1035 (C or better)
                                      EGR 2650            Manufacturing Processes                                                                                                                         EGR 2600 or Advisor Approval
                                      IME 2010            Safety Engineering                                                                                                                                         BA 2010
                                      IME 2020            Work Design                                                                                                                                                IME 2010
                                      IME 2110            Quality Control I                                                                                                                                  MA 1035, Soph. Standing
                                      PH 1100             Fundamentals of Physics                                                    ISP61/Mon/6:00                                                            MA 1035 (C or better)


                                      Greenwood Organizational Leadership Team GA
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                      OL 3400             Fin. Systems For Dec. Making              ISP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                                  OL 3500
                                      OL 4000             Strategic Planning                                             ISP61/Tues/6:00                                                                             OL 3400
                                      OL 4100             Qualitative Decision-Making                                                         ISP71/Tues/6:00                                                        OL 4000
                                      OL 4900             Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                    ISP81/Tues/6:00                                      OL 4100
                                                         Dates:                                      Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24          Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14                 Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                         5                   6                     7                8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                                      FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10           Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                            1                      2                        3                     4                          Prerequisites
Greenwood Accounting Team GF
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
ACC 2500            Individual Tax Accounting                                                                                                                ACC 2140 (C or better), Jr. standing
ACC 3500            Corporate Tax Accounting                                                                                                                            Jr. standing
ACC 4740            Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                                         ACC 4700 (C or better)


Greenwood Accounting Team GH
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
ACC 2300            Intermediate Accounting I                                                                              ISP31/Thur/6:00                ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2430            Cost Accounting I                           ISP11/Thur/6:00                                                                                           ACC 2140
ACC 2440            Cost Accounting II                                                 ISP21/Thur/6:00                                                                    ACC 2430


Greenwood Criminal Justice Team GA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
CJ 3700             Ethics & Cultural Diversity in CJ                                                                                                                      CJ 1200


Greenwood IME Team GA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
EGR 2600            Materials Science                                                                                                                               IME 2020, EGR 2650
EM 2030             Statics & Dynamics                                                                                                                              IME 4020, EGR 3430
IME 3110            Quality Control II                         ISP11/MTh*/6:00                                                                                            IME 2110
IME 3120            Design of Experiments                                                                                             ISP41/MTh*/6:00                     EGR 3430
IME 3040            Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                  ISP21/MTh*/6:00                                                               MA 1100, EGR 1710
IME 3060            Adv. Computer Integrated Mfg                                                              ISP31/MTh*/6:00                                       EGR 2650, IME 3040
MA 1110             Applied Calculus II                                                                                                                             MA 1100 (C or better)
PH 2100             Fundamentals of Physics II                                                                                                                             PH 1100


Greenwood IME Team GB
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
CH 1100             Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                                                                                             MA 1100
EGR 1710            Engineering Graphics & Design                                                                                                                   MA 1035 (C or better)
EGR 2650            Manufacturing Processes                                                                   ISP31/MTh*/6:00                                  EGR 2600 or Advisor Approval
IME 2010            Safety Engineering                         ISP11/MTh*/6:00                                                                                            BA 2010
IME 2020            Work Design                                                                                                       ISP41/MTh*/6:00                     IME 2010
IME 2110            Quality Control I                                                  ISP21/MTh*/6:00                                                            MA 1035, Soph. Standing
PH 1100             Fundamentals of Physics                                                                                                                         MA 1035 (C or better)


Greenwood Organizational Leadership Team GA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
OL 3400             Fin. Systems For Dec. Making                                                                                                                          OL 3500
OL 4000             Strategic Planning                                                                                                                                    OL 3400
OL 4100             Qualitative Decision-Making                                                                                                                           OL 4000
OL 4900             Organizational Leadership Capstone                                                                                                                    OL 4100
                   Dates:                                      July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29           Oct 7-Nov 10           Nov 11-Dec 22                    Prerequisites
                   Session:                                           1                     2                        3                      4




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                                     Indianapolis Area
                                                         Dates:                                           Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                                                         Session:                                               5                    6                     7                    8                9                      Prerequisites
                                     Plainfield
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
                                     ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                                    IPP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                  MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                                                                               IPP71/Mon/6:00                                  ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
                                     BA 1200               Foundations of Business                                           IPP61/Thur/6:00
                                     BA 2010               Principles of Management                     IPP51/Tues/6:00                            IPP71/Thur/6:00                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1100
                                     BA 2020               Operations Management                                             IPP61/Tues/6:00                                                                          BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410               Human Resource Management                                                                                    IPP81/Wed/6:00                                    BA 2010
                                     BA 2430               International Management                                                                                                                                       BA 2010
                                     BA 2500               Marketing                                                                                                                      IPP91/Wed/6:00             BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2700               Organizational Behavior                      IPP51/Thur/6:00                                                                                                   BA 2010
                                     BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment                                                         IPP71/Wed/6:00                                                         BA 2010
                                     BA 3110               Project Management I                                                                                                                                      BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200               Business Ethics                                                   IPP61/Wed/6:00                                                                               BA 2850
                                     BA 3710               Leadership                                                                                                   IPP81/Thur/6:00                         BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 4010               Quality Management                                                                                                                                  BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4700               Training & Development                       IPP51/Tues/6:00                                                                                                   BA 2410
                                     BA 4800               Public Relations                                                                                                                                             Jr. standing
                                     BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                    IPP61/Tues/6:00                                                                     Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1110              Anatomy and Physiology                                                                  IPP71/Mon/6:00
                                     CJ 1100               Intro. to Criminal Justice System            IPP51/Tues/6:00
                                     ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing                    IPP51/Wed/6:00                             IPP71/Tues/6:00
                                     ENG 1250              English Composition I                                             IPP61/Wed/6:00                             IPP81/Tues/6:00                      ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270              English Composition II                       IPP51/Mon/6:00                             IPP71/Wed/6:00                         IPP91/Tues/6:00          ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                                                IPP61/Mon/6:00                             IPP81/Wed/6:00                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                                                                                                              IPP91/Thur/6:00                 ACC 2140
                                     HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                         IPP51/Thur/6:00                                                 IPP81/Thur/6:00                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2520              Art Appreciation                                                  IPP61/Wed/6:00                                                                        ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310              Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                                                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000               Foundations of College Math                                       IPP61/Tues/6:00
                                     MA 1025               Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                            IPP71/Tues/6:00                                                  MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025               Statistical Problem-Solving                  IPP51/Tues/6:00                                                 IPP81/Tues/6:00                             MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300              Software Tools                                                    IPP61/Wed/6:00
                                     PSY 1700              Intro. to Psychology                         IPP51/Wed/6:00                                                                    IPP91/Mon/6:00
                                     PSY 2000              Understanding Diversity                                                                 IPP71/Mon/6:00
                                     PSY 3760              Abnormal Psychology                                                                                          IPP81/Tues/6:00                                   PSY 1700
                                     SCI 2000              Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                                                                            MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                     SS 2200               Macroeconomics                                                                                               IPP81/Mon/6:00                              Sophomore standing
                                     SS 2210               Microeconomics                                                                                                                 IPP91/Mon/6:00           MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2800               Intro. to Sociology                                                                     IPP71/Thur/6:00
                                     SS 2810               Social Problems                                                                                                                                                SS 2800
                                     SS 2850               Conflict Resolution                                                                                                            IPP91/Wed/6:00


                                     Plainfield Accounting Team PA
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
                                     ACC 3500              Corporate Income Tax                         IPP51/Thur/6:00                                                                                               Junior standing
                                     ACC 4700              Advanced Accounting I                                                         IPP61/Thur/6:00                                                           ACC 2240 (C or better)
                                     ACC 4740              Advanced Accounting II                                                                                                                                  ACC 4700 (C or better)
                                                         Dates:                                          Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24         Apr 1–May 5          May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                             5                    6                    7                    8                   9




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Indianapolis Area
                    Dates:                                           July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22




                                                                                                                                                                                                  FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Session:                                                1                      2                3                      4                        Prerequisites
Plainfield
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
ACC 1010              Accounting Principles                                      IPP11/Tues/6:00                                                                MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140              Managerial Accounting                                                                              IPP31/Tues/6:00                    ACC 1010 (C or better), BA 1200
BA 1200               Foundations of Business                        IPP11/Mon/6:00
BA 2010               Principles of Management                                              IPP21/Mon/6:00                                                        BA 1200, ENG 1100
BA 2020               Operations Management                                                                                         IPP41/Mon/6:00                BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410               Human Resource Management                                                               IPP31/Mon/6:00                                           BA 2010
BA 2430               International Management                       IPP11/Tues/6:00                                                                                   BA 2010
BA 2500               Marketing                                                                               IPP31/Tues/6:00                                     BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2700               Organizational Behavior                                               IPP21/Thur/6:00                                                            BA 2010
BA 2850               Managing in a Legal Environment                                                                               IPP41/Thur/6:00                    BA 2010
BA 3110               Project Management I                                                                                                                        BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200               Business Ethics                                                                                                                                  BA 2850
BA 3710               Leadership                                                                                                                             BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 4010               Quality Management                                                                                                                    BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700               Training & Development                                                                                                                           BA 2410
BA 4800               Public Relations                                                                                                                               Jr. standing
BA 4910               Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                                                          Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1110              Anatomy and Physiology
CJ 1100               Intro. to Criminal Justice System                                                       IPP31/Mon/6:00
ENG 1100              Intro. to College Writing                      IPP11/Wed/6:00
ENG 1250              English Composition I                                                 IPP21/Wed/6:00                                             ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270              English Composition II                                                                  IPP31/Wed/6:00                                    ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320              Professional Comm.                             IPP11/Mon/6:00                                                 IPP41/Wed/6:00              ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600              Corporate Finance                                                                                                                                ACC 2140
HUM 2000              Intro. to Humanities                                                                                          IPP41/Wed/6:00              ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2520              Art Appreciation                                                                                                                          ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310              Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000               Foundations of College Math                                           IPP21/Tues/6:00
MA 1025               Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                            IPP31/Tues/6:00                                   MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025               Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                                   IPP41/Tues/6:00             MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300              Software Tools                                                                                                IPP41/Mon/6:00
PSY 1700              Intro. to Psychology                                                  IPP21/Thur/6:00
PSY 2000              Understanding Diversity                        IPP11/Thur/6:00
PSY 3760              Abnormal Psychology                                                                                                                              PSY 1700
SCI 2000              Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                                                              MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200               Macroeconomics                                                                          IPP31/Thur/6:00                                   Sophomore standing
SS 2210               Microeconomics                                                                                                IPP41/Thur/6:00             MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2800               Intro. to Sociology                                                                     IPP31/Wed/6:00
SS 2810               Social Problems                                                                                                                                  SS 2800
SS 2850               Conflict Resolution


Plainfield Accounting Team PA
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
ACC 3500              Corporate Income Tax                                                                                                                         Junior standing
ACC 4700              Advanced Accounting I                                                                                                                     ACC 2240 (C or better)
ACC 4740              Advanced Accounting II                                     IPP11/Thur/6:00                                                                ACC 4700 (C or better)
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25         Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                    Session:                                               1                     2                  3                     4




Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                                       Schedule Subject to Change                                   75
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Indianapolis & Area
                                                         Dates:                                           Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5     May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                               5                  6                7                8                 9                        Prerequisites
                                     Plainfield Accounting Team PB
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
                                     ACC 2300              Intermediate Accounting I                                                                                                               ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
                                     ACC 2430              Cost Accounting I                                                                                                                                       ACC 2140
                                     ACC 2440              Cost Accounting II                                                                                                                                     ACC 2430


                                     Plainfield Criminal Justice Team A
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
                                     CJ 1200               Criminology                                  IPP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                              CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1300               Police in America                                                 IPP61/Mon/6:00                                                                         CJ 1100
                                     CJ 1400               Corrections in America                                                             IPP71/Mon/6:00                                                        CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2300               Substantive Procedural Law                                                                          IPP81/Mon/6:00                                       CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2400               Understanding Procedural Law                                                                                                                             CJ 1100
                                     CJ 2500               Criminal Investigation                                                                                                                                   CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3100               A System of Juvenile Justice                                                                                                                             CJ 1100
                                     CJ 3200               Understanding Criminal Behavior                                                                                                                          CJ 1100
                                                         Dates:                                          Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24    Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9     June 10–July 14                Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                             5                    6               7                8                  9




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Indianapolis & Area




                                                                                                                                                                                              FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                           July 22-Aug 25     Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                                1                 2                 3                      4                       Prerequisites
Plainfield Accounting Team PB
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
ACC 2300              Intermediate Accounting I                                                                      IPP31/Thur/6:00              ACC 2140, MA 1025 (C or better), MIS 1300
ACC 2430              Cost Accounting I                              IPP11/Thur/6:00                                                                              ACC 2140
ACC 2440              Cost Accounting II                                                IPP21/Thur/6:00                                                          ACC 2430


Plainfield Criminal Justice Team A
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Plainfield, 6090 Clarks Creek Road, Plainfield, IN 46168
CJ 1200               Criminology                                                                                                                                  CJ 1100
CJ 1300               Police in America                                                                                                                            CJ 1100
CJ 1400               Corrections in America                                                                                                                       CJ 1100
CJ 2300               Substantive Procedural Law                                                                                                                   CJ 1100
CJ 2400               Understanding Procedural Law                   IPP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                CJ 1100
CJ 2500               Criminal Investigation                                            IPP21/Wed/6:00                                                             CJ 1100
CJ 3100               A System of Juvenile Justice                                                        IPP31/Wed/6:00                                           CJ 1100
CJ 3200               Understanding Criminal Behavior                                                                           IPP41/Wed/6:00                     CJ 1100
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25      Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22                 Prerequisites
                    Session:                                               1                  2                 3                     4




 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                                 Schedule Subject to Change                                   77
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Elkhart Campus
                                                      Dates:                              Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5         May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                      Session:                                 5                   6                 7                   8                   9                     Prerequisites
                                     Elkhart Campus
                                     ACC 1010          Principles of Accounting                    SEP51/Thur/5:30                                                                        BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140          Managerial Accounting                                                             SEP71/Thur/5:30                                       ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                     BA 1200           Foundations of Business                              SEP61/Wed/5:30                         SEP81/Thur/5:30
                                     BA 2010           Principles of Management                                                SEP71/Mon/5:30                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020           Operations Management             SEP51/Wed/5:30                                                                                          BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410           Human Resource Management                                                                                                                     BA 2010
                                     BA 2430           International Management                                                                                      SEP91/Mon/5:30                  BA 2010
                                     BA 2500           Marketing                                                                                   SEP81/Tues/5:30                              BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2600           Occupational Safety & Health                          SEP61/Mon/5:30                                                                          BA 2010
                                     BA 2700           Organizational Behavior                                                 SEP71/Wed/5:30                                                        BA 2010
                                     BA 2800           E-Commerce                        SEP57/Wed/6:00                                                                                          BA 2010, BA 2500
                                     BA 2850           Managing in a Legal Environment                                                            SEP81/Wed/5:30                                     BA 2010
                                     BA 3110           Project Management I              SEP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                        BA 2010, MA 2025
                                     BA 3200           Business Ethics                                                                             SEP81/Tues/5:30                                   BA 2850
                                     BA 3500           Advertising                                          SEP67/Wed/6:00                                                                           BA 2500
                                     BA 3550           International Marketing                                                 SEP77/Wed/6:00                                                        BA 2500
                                     BA 3650           Compensation Management                               SEP61/Tues/5:30                                                                         BA 2410
                                     BA 3710           Leadership                                                                                 SEP81/Wed/5:30                           BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 3800           Labor Relations                                                         SEP71/Tues/5:30                                                       BA 2410
                                     BA 4010           Quality Management                                                                          SEP81/Mon/5:30                         BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                     BA 4500           Purchasing                                                                                 SEP87/Wed/6:00                                     BA 2500
                                     BA 4700           Training & Development            SEP51/Mon/5:30                                                                                              BA 2410
                                     BA 4800           Public Relations
                                     BA 4910           Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                                                       Sr. standing, business core
                                     BIO 1000          Introductory Biology                                 SEP67/Mon/6:00
                                     CJ 1100           Intro. to Criminal Justice Sys
                                     ENG 1100          Intro. to College Writing         SEP51/Mon/6:00
                                     ENG 1250          English Composition I                                 SEP61/Mon/5:30                                                             ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270          English Composition II                                                  SEP71/Mon/5:30                                                 ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2220          Credit for Learning               SEP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320          Professional Comm.                                                                          SEP81/Mon/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600          Corporate Finance                                                                                             SEP91/Wed/5:30                  ACC 2140
                                     HUM 2000          Intro. to Humanities                                                    SEP71/Wed/5:30                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510          Music Appreciation                SEP51/Wed/5:30                                                              SEP91/Mon/5:30           ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2730          Intro. to Philosophy                                 SEP61/Wed/5:30                                                                    ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3310          Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 3710          Ethics                                                                  SEP71/Tues/5:30                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000           Foundations of College Math                           SEP61/Tues/5:30
                                     MA 1025           Mathematical Problem-Solving                                            SEP71/Tues/5:30                                                 MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025           Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                 SEP81/Tues/5:30                             MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300          Software Tools                                                                             SEP81/Wed/5:30
                                     PSY 1700          Intro. to Psychology                                  SEP61/Mon/5:30
                                     PSY 2000          Understanding Diversity           SEP51/Mon/5:30                                            SEP81/Thur/5:30
                                     PSY 3740          Counseling Techniques             SEP51/Wed/5:30                                                              SEP91/Tues/5:30                 PSY 1700
                                     SCI 2000          Contemporary Issues in Science                                                             SEP87/Mon/6:00
                                     SS 2200           Macroeconomics                                                          SEP71/Thur/5:30                                                    Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210           Microeconomics                                                                              SEP81/Thur/5:30                            MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2720           Group Dynamics                                        SEP61/Thur/5:30
                                     SS 2800           Intro. to Sociology                                                     SEP71/Mon/5:30
                                     SS 2850           Conflict Resolution                                                     SEP71/Thur/5:30
                                                      Dates:                             Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24       Apr 1–May 5        May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                      Session:                                5                   6                  7                  8                   9
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Elkhart Campus




                                                                                                                                                                    FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                 Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                 Session:                                  1                2                  3                 4                       Prerequisites
Elkhart Campus
ACC 1010          Principles of Accounting                                                                                      BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140          Managerial Accounting                                                                                              ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200           Foundations of Business                                               SEP31/Tues/5:30
BA 2010           Principles of Management                                                                SEP31/Thur/5:30             BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020           Operations Management             SEP11/Tues/5:30                                                                    BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410           Human Resource Management                                                               SEP41/Wed/5:30                   BA 2010
BA 2430           International Management                                              SEP31/Wed/5:30                                     BA 2010
BA 2500           Marketing                                           SEP21/Thur/5:30                                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600           Occupational Safety & Health      SEP11/Mon/5:30                                                                         BA 2010
BA 2700           Organizational Behavior                                                                 SEP41/Thur/5:30                  BA 2010
BA 2800           E-Commerce                                                                                                           BA 2010, BA 2500
BA 2850           Managing in a Legal Environment                                                                                          BA 2010
BA 3110           Project Management I                                SEP21/Tues/5:30                                                 BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200           Business Ethics                                                       SEP31/Mon/5:30                                     BA 2850
BA 3500           Advertising                                                                                                              BA 2500
BA 3550           International Marketing                                                                                                  BA 2500
BA 3650           Compensation Management                                                                                                  BA 2410
BA 3710           Leadership                                                            SEP31/Tues/5:30                          BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 3800           Labor Relations                                                                                                          BA 2410
BA 4010           Quality Management                                                                                            BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4500           Purchasing                                                                                                               BA 2500
BA 4700           Training & Development                              SEP21/Wed/5:30                                                       BA 2410
BA 4800           Public Relations                                    SEP21/Tues/5:30
BA 4910           Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning    SEP11/Wed/5:30                                                                Sr. standing, business core
BIO 1000          Introductory Biology                                                                    SEP41/Mon/5:30
CJ 1100           Intro. to Criminal Justice Sys    SEP11/Mon/5:30
ENG 1100          Intro. to College Writing         SEP11/Tues/5:30
ENG 1250          English Composition I                                                 SEP31/Tues/5:30                       ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
ENG 1270          English Composition II                                                                                            ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2220          Credit for Learning                                                                                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2320          Professional Comm.                                                                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600          Corporate Finance                                                                       SEP41/Tues/5:30                  ACC 2140
HUM 2000          Intro. to Humanities              SEP11/Wed/5:30                                                                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510          Music Appreciation                                                    SEP31/Thur/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2730          Intro. to Philosophy                                                                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3310          Interpretation of Fiction         SEP11/Thur/5:30                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3710          Ethics                                              SEP21/Tues/5:30                                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000           Foundations of College Math                         SEP21/Mon/5:30
MA 1025           Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                            SEP41/Mon/5:30             MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025           Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                                        MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300          Software Tools                                      SEP21/Wed/5:30
PSY 1700          Intro. to Psychology                                                                    SEP41/Wed/5:30
PSY 2000          Understanding Diversity           SEP11/Thur/5:30
PSY 3740          Counseling Techniques                               SEP21/Thur/5:30                                                      PSY 1700
SCI 2000          Contemporary Issues in Science                                        SEP31/Wed/5:30
SS 2200           Macroeconomics                                                        SEP31/Mon/5:30                                  Soph. standing
SS 2210           Microeconomics                                                                          SEP41/Tues/5:30           MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720           Group Dynamics                                      SEP21/Mon/5:30
SS 2800           Intro. to Sociology                                                   SEP31/Wed/5:30
SS 2850           Conflict Resolution
                 Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25    Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                 Prerequisites
                 Session:                                  1                2                 3                 4
 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                            Schedule Subject to Change                              79
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Elkhart Area
                                                         Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                           5                    6                7                 8                  9                      Prerequisites
                                      Mishawaka
                                      Class Location: Indiana Tech-Mishawaka, 4215 Edison Lakes Parkway Suite 150, Mishawaka, IN 46545
                                      ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                                                                                                                      BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                      ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                           ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                      BA 1200             Foundations of Business                    SSS51/Mon/5:30                         SSS71/Wed/5:30
                                      BA 2010             Principles of Management                                                                            SSS81/Thur/5:30                              BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                      BA 2020             Operations Management                                                                                                                             BA 2010, MA 1025
                                      BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                                         SSS71/Thur/5:30                                                     BA 2010
                                      BA 2430             International Management                                                          SSS71/Mon/5:30                                                      BA 2010
                                      BA 2500             Marketing                                                       SSS61/Mon/5:30                                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                      BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                                                        SSS81/Tues/5:30                                   BA 2010
                                      BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                    SSS51/Mon/5:30                                                                                             BA 2010
                                      BA 2800             E-Commerce                                                      SSS61/Thur/5:30
                                      BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                                                   SSS71/Mon/5:30                                                      BA 2010
                                      BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                                SSS81/Mon/5:30                               BA 2010, MA 2025
                                      BA 3200             Business Ethics                                                                                                                                       BA 2850
                                      BA 3710             Leadership                                                                                                                                  BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                      BA 4010             Quality Management                         SSS51/Wed/5:30                                                                                  BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                      BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                              SSS81/Wed/5:30                                    BA 2410
                                      BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                                                                                    Jr. standing
                                      BA 4910             Bus. Policy & Strategic Planning                                SSS61/Thur/5:30                                                              Sr. standing, business core
                                      COMM 1700           Photography                                                                                                           SSS91/Mon/5:30
                                      CJ 1100             Intro. to Criminal Justice System                                                                   SSS81/Mon/5:30
                                      ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                  SSS51/Wed/5:30
                                      ENG 1250            English Composition I                                           SSS61/Wed/5:30                                                           ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                      ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                            SSS71/Wed/5:30                                               ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                      ENG 2220            Credit for Learning                                                                                                                            ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      ENG 2320            Professional Comm.                                                                                  SSS81/Wed/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      ENG 2400            Granting Writing                                                                                                      SSS91/Thur/5:30          ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                          SSS51/Wed/5:30                                                                                             ACC 2140
                                      HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                            SSS61/Thur/5:30                                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      HUM 3330            American Writers                                                                  SSS71/Thur/5:30                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                                     SSS61/Mon/5:30
                                      MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                      SSS71/Mon/5:30                                                MA 1000 (C or better)
                                      MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                         SSS81/Mon/5:30                              MA 1025 (C or better)
                                      MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                  SSS61/Mon/5:30                                        SSS91/Tues/5:30
                                      PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                              SSS71/Tues/5:30
                                      PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity                    SSS51/Thur/5:30
                                      PSY 2750            Psychology of Communication                                                       SSS71/Wed/5:30                                                      PSY 1700
                                      PSY 3730            Aging                                                                                               SSS81/Wed/5:30                                    PSY 1700
                                      PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                                                                                 PSY 1700
                                      SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                                    SSS71/Thur/5:30                                                MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                      SS 2200             Macroeconomics                             SSS51/Thur/5:30                                                                                        Soph. standing
                                      SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                  SSS61/Wed/5:30                                                                 MA 1025 or equivalent
                                      SS 2720             Group Dynamics                                                                                                        SSS91/Wed/5:30
                                      SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                                 SSS81/Thur/5:30
                                      SS 2830             Applied Social Problems                                                                                               SSS91/Mon/5:30
                                      SS 2850             Conflict Resolution                        SSS51/Tues/5:30
                                                         Dates:                                       Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                          5                    6                7                 8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                               FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                                        July 22-Aug 25          Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                             1                          2             3                     4                         Prerequisites
Mishawaka
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Mishawaka, 4215 Edison Lakes Parkway Suite 150, Mishawaka, IN 46545
ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                                                                             SSS31/Mon/5:30                     BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                    ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200             Foundations of Business                      SSS11/Mon/5:30
BA 2010             Principles of Management                                             SSS21/Mon/5:30                                                        BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020             Operations Management                                                                                       SSS41/Wed/5:30                 BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                                              SSS31/Mon/5:30                                           BA 2010
BA 2430             International Management                                                                                                                        BA 2010
BA 2500             Marketing                                                                                                   SSS41/Tues/5:30                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                                                                                                    BA 2010
BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                      SSS11/Wed/5:30                                                                                     BA 2010
BA 2800             E-Commerce                                                           SSS21/Wed/5:30
BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                                                        SSS31/Thur/5:30                                          BA 2010
BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                                                                       BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200             Business Ethics                              SSS11/Thur/5:30                                                                                    BA 2850
BA 3710             Leadership                                   SSS11/Wed/5:30                                                                           BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 4010             Quality Management                                                                     SSS31/Tues/5:30                               BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                                                                          BA 2410
BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                       SSS31/Wed/5:30                                         Jr. standing
BA 4910             Bus. Policy & Strategic Planning                                                                            SSS41/Tues/5:30            Sr. standing, business core
COMM 1700           Photography
CJ 1100             Intro. to Criminal Justice System
ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing                                            SSS21/Thur/5:30
ENG 1250            English Composition I                                                                                       SSS41/Thur/5:30     ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                                                                                   ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2220            Credit for Learning                          SSS11/Mon/5:30                                                                              ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2320            Professional Comm.                                                                                                                       ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2400            Granting Writing                                                                                                                         ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                            SSS11/Tues/5:30                                                                                    ACC 2140
HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                                 SSS21/Thur/5:30                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 3330            American Writers                                                     SSS21/Tues/5:30                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                  SSS11/Thur/5:30                                                SSS41/Wed/5:30
MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                           SSS31/Thur/5:30                                   MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                                                              MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300            Software Tools                                                                         SSS31/Wed/5:30
PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                 SSS21/Wed/5:30
PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity                                                                                     SSS41/Mon/5:30
PSY 2750            Psychology of Communication                                                                                                                     PSY 1700
PSY 3730            Aging                                                                                                                                           PSY 1700
PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                                       SSS41/Wed/5:30                      PSY 1700
SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                              SSS41/Thur/5:30                MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                                       SSS21/Mon/5:30                                                         Soph. standing
SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                                         SSS31/Mon/5:30                                    MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720             Group Dynamics
SS 2800             Intro. to Sociology                                                                    SSS31/Tues/5:30
SS 2830             Applied Social Problems
SS 2850             Conflict Resolution                                                  SSS21/Tues/5:30
                   Dates:                                       July 22-Aug 25          Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                   Session:                                            1                      2                  3                    4




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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Elkhart Area
                                                         Dates:                                         Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                             5                    6                7                8                  9                      Prerequisites
                                     Mishawaka MIS TEAM A
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Mishawaka, 4215 Edison Lakes Parkway Suite 150, Mishawaka, IN 46545
                                     MIS 3150             Database Application Development             SSS51/Tues/5:30                                                                                           MIS 3100
                                     MIS 3200             Web Applications & the Internet                                  SSS61/Tues/5:30                                                                   MIS 2100 & 2150
                                     MIS 4000             Enterprise Resource Planning                                                       SSS71/Tues/5:30                                          MIS 3000, MIS 3100 & MIS 3200
                                     MIS 4200             Systems Analysis & Design                                                                                                                              MIS 3150
                                     MIS 4400             MIS Project Mgmt                                                                                                                                       MIS 4200



                                     Munster
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Munster, 9245 Calumet, Suite 201, Munster, IN 46321
                                     ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                                                                                                       BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                   EHP51/Wed/6:00                                                                           ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                     BA 1200              Foundations of Business                                         EHP61/Tues/6:00                      EHP81/Thur/6:00
                                     BA 2010              Principles of Management                                                           EHP71/Wed/6:00                                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2020              Operations Management                                                                                                                              BA 2010, MA 1025
                                     BA 2410              Human Resource Management                   EHP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                             BA 2010
                                     BA 2430              International Management                                                                             EHP81/Tues/6:00                                   BA 2010
                                     BA 2500              Marketing                                                                          EHP71/Mon/6:00                                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                                                                                                                                BA 2010
                                     BA 2850              Managing the Legal Environment                                                                                                                         BA 2010
                                     BA 3200              Business Ethics                                                                                      EHP81/Wed/6:00                                    BA 2850
                                     BA 3710              Leadership                                                       EHP61/Mon/6:00                                                              BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                     BA 4700              Training & Development                                                                               EHP81/Mon/6:00                                    BA 2410
                                     CJ 1100              Intro to Criminal Justice Sys
                                     ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing                                       EHP61/Thur/6:00
                                     ENG 1250             English Composition I                                                              EHP71/Wed/6:00                                         ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                                               EHP81/Wed/6:00                             ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320             Professional Comm.                          EHP51/Thur/6:00                                                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     FIN 3600             Corporate Finance                           EHP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                             ACC 2140
                                     HUM 2000             Intro. to Humanities                        EHP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2510             Music Appreciation                                                                                                     EHP91/Mon/6:00                 HUM 2000
                                     HUM 3310             Interpretation of Fiction
                                     HUM 3330             American Writers                                                                                                       EHP91/Wed/6:00                 HUM 2000
                                     HUM 3360             African American Literature                                                        EHP71/Tues/6:00                                                    HUM 2000
                                     HUM 3710             Ethics                                                           EHP61/Mon/6:00                                                                 ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000              Foundations of College Math                                                        EHP71/Thur/6:00
                                     MA 1025              Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                                         EHP81/Thur/6:00                             MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MA 2025              Statistical Problem-Solving                 EHP51/Mon/6:00                                                                                       MA 1025 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300             Software Tools                                                  EHP61/Thur/6:00                      EHP81/Mon/6:00    EHP91/Tues/6:00
                                     PSY 1700             Intro. to Psychology                                                               EHP71/Mon/6:00
                                     SS 2200              Macroeconomics                                                  EHP61/Wed/6:00                                                                      Soph. standing
                                     SS 2210              Microeconomics                                                                     EHP71/Wed/6:00                                               MA 1025 or equivalent
                                     SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                         EHP51/Wed/6:00
                                                         Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11        Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                           5                    6                 7                8                   9




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                                                                                                                                                                                                    FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25            Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                               1                         2                 3                     4                        Prerequisites
Mishawaka MIS TEAM A
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Mishawaka, 4215 Edison Lakes Parkway Suite 150, Mishawaka, IN 46545
MIS 3150             Database Application Development                                                                                                                   MIS 3100
MIS 3200             Web Applications & the Internet                                                                                                                 MIS 2100 & 2150
MIS 4000             Enterprise Resource Planning                                                                                                             MIS 3000, MIS 3100 & MIS 3200
MIS 4200             Systems Analysis & Design                                     SSS11/Tues/5:30                                                                      MIS 3150
MIS 4400             MIS Project Mgmt                                                                                      SSS31/Tues/5:30                              MIS 4200



Munster
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Munster, 9245 Calumet, Suite 201, Munster, IN 46321
ACC 1010             Accounting Principles                                                                                 EHP31/Tues/6:00                    BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140             Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                        ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200              Foundations of Business                                                  EHP21/Thur/6:00
BA 2010              Principles of Management                                                                                         EHP41/Mon/6:00                BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020              Operations Management                         EHP11/Thur/6:00                                                                                  BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                  EHP31/Wed/6:00                                           BA 2010
BA 2430              International Management                                                                                                                            BA 2010
BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                                        EHP41/Tues/6:00               BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                                                  EHP21/Wed/6:00                                                             BA 2010
BA 2850              Managing the Legal Environment                EHP11/Tues/6:00                                                                                       BA 2010
BA 3200              Business Ethics                                                                                                                                     BA 2850
BA 3710              Leadership                                                                                                                                BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 4700              Training & Development                                                                                                                              BA 2410
CJ 1100              Intro to Criminal Justice Sys                                                              EHP31/Thur/6:00
ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing                     EHP11/Mon/6:00
ENG 1250             English Composition I                                                                      EHP31/Mon/6:00                           ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                                                           EHP41/Wed/6:00              ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320             Professional Comm.                                                       EHP21/Mon/6:00                                                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600             Corporate Finance                             EHP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                       ACC 2140
HUM 2000             Intro. to Humanities                                                     EHP21/Tues/6:00                                                     ENG 1270 (C or better)
HUM 2510             Music Appreciation                                                                                                                                 HUM 2000
HUM 3310             Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                        EHP41/Thur/6:00
HUM 3330             American Writers                                                                                                                                   HUM 2000
HUM 3360             African American Literature                                                                                                                        HUM 2000
HUM 3710             Ethics                                                                                                                                       ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000              Foundations of College Math                                              EHP21/Mon/6:00
MA 1025              Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                                                     EHP41/Wed/6:00              MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025              Statistical Problem-Solving                   EHP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                 MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300             Software Tools                                                                             EHP3/Mon/6:00
PSY 1700             Intro. to Psychology                                                                                             EHP41/Mon/6:00
SS 2200              Macroeconomics                                                           EHP21/Wed/6:00                                                         Soph. standing
SS 2210              Microeconomics                                                                             EHP31/Wed/6:00                                    MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                           EHP11/Wed/6:00
                    Dates:                                         July 22-Aug 25            Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10          Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                    Session:                                              1                        2                  3                     4




 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                                        Schedule Subject to Change                                  83
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Elkhart Area
                                                         Dates:                               Jan 8–Feb 11      Feb 19–Mar 24      Apr 1–May 5        May 6–June 9     June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                  5                    6               7                    8               9                      Prerequisites
                                      Warsaw
                                      Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
                                      ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                        SWP51/Wed/5:30                                                                      BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
                                      ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                             SWP71/Wed/5:30                                      ACC 1010 (C or better)
                                      BA 1200             Foundations of Business           SWP51/Thur/5:30                                         SWP81/Wed/5:30
                                      BA 2010             Principles of Management                             SWP61/Thur/5:30                                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                      BA 2020             Operations Management                                                  SWP71/Wed/5:30                                                   BA 2010, MA 1025
                                      BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                                                 SWP81/Tues/5:30                                   BA 2010
                                      BA 2430             International Management                                                                                                                    BA 2010
                                      BA 2500             Marketing                                            SWP61/Tues/5:30                                                                   BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                      BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                           SWP71/Wed/5:30                                                       BA 2010
                                      BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                                                                   SWP81/Tues/5:30                                   BA 2010
                                      BA 2800             E-Commerce                        SWP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                       BA 2010,BA 2500
                                      BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                      SWP61/Wed/5:30                                                                         BA 2010
                                      BA 3110             Project Management I                                                                      SWP81/Tues/5:30                              BA 2010, MA 2025
                                      BA 3200             Business Ethics                                                                           SWP81/Wed/5:30                                    BA 2850
                                      BA 3710             Leadership                                                                                                  SWP91/Wed/5:30        BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
                                      BA 4010             Quality Management                SWP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
                                      BA 4700             Training & Development            SWP51/Tues/5:30                                                                                           BA 2410
                                      BA 4800             Public Relations                  SWP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                         Jr. standing
                                      BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                            SWP81/Tues/5:30                          Sr. standing, business core
                                      COMM 1700           Photography                                                            SWP71/Tues/5:30
                                      ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing         SWP51/Mon/5:30
                                      ENG 1250            English Composition I                                SWP61/Tues/5:30                                                           ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                      ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                 SWP71/Tues/5:30                                               ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                      ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                                                SWP81/Wed/5:30                             ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      ENG 2400            Grantwriting                                                                                                                         ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                      FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                                                      SWP71/Mon/5:30                                                       ACC 2140
                                      HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                                                      SWP81/Thur/5:30                                   ENG 1270
                                      HUM 2520            Art Apprecation                                                                                             SWP91/Wed/5:30                  ENG 1270
                                      HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                   SWP91/Tues/5:30                 ENG 1270
                                      HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                                                                      ENG 1270
                                      HUM 3720            Advanced Critical Thinking                           SWP61/Wed/5:30                                                                         ENG 1270
                                      MA 1000             Foundations of College Math
                                      MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving      SWP51/Wed/5:30                                                                                      MA 1000 (C or better)
                                      MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                          SWP61/Wed/5:30                                                                   MA 1025 (C or better)
                                      MIS 1300            Software Tools                                       SWP61/Tues/5:30                                        SWP91/Tues/5:30
                                      PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                   SWP71/Wed/5:30
                                      PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity           SWP51/Tues/5:30
                                      PSY 2750            Psychology of Communication                                            SWP71/Thur/5:30                                                      PSY 1700
                                      PSY 2760            Theories of Personality                                                                                                                     PSY 1700
                                      PSY 2780            Social Psychology                                                                                                                           PSY 1700
                                      PSY 3720            Child & Adolescent Psychology
                                      PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                     SWP81/Mon/5:30                                    PSY 1700
                                      PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology                                                                                                                         PSY 1700
                                      SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                         SWP71/Tues/5:30                                                 MA 1025, ENG 1270
                                      SS 2200             Macroeconomics                    SWP51/Mon/5:30                                                                                         Soph. standing
                                      SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                         SWP71/Wed/5:30                                                MA 1025 or equivalent
                                      SS 2720             Group Dynamics                                       SWP61/Wed/5:30
                                                         Dates:                              Jan 8–Feb 11 Feb 19–Mar 24        Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9          June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                 5               6                  7               8                       9
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                                                                                                                                                                                  FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                   Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25        Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22
                   Session:                                  1                     2                3                     4                         Prerequisites
Warsaw
Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
ACC 1010            Accounting Principles                        SWP11/Tues/5:30                                                            BA 1200, MA 1000 (C or better)
ACC 2140            Managerial Accounting                                                               SWP31/Tues/5:30                         ACC 1010 (C or better)
BA 1200             Foundations of Business           SWP11/Mon/5:30                                               SWP41/Mon/5:30
BA 2010             Principles of Management                                                 SWP31/Wed/5:30                                       BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2020             Operations Management             SWP11/Mon/5:30                                                                              BA 2010, MA 1025
BA 2410             Human Resource Management                                                                      SWP41/Wed/5:30                      BA 2010
BA 2430             International Management          SWP11/Wed/5:30                                                                                   BA 2010
BA 2500             Marketing                                              SWP21/Wed/5:30                                                         BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2600             Occupational Safety & Health                                             SWP31/Wed/5:30                                            BA 2010
BA 2700             Organizational Behavior                                                                                                            BA 2010
BA 2800             E-Commerce                                                                                                                     BA 2010,BA 2500
BA 2850             Managing in a Legal Environment                        SWP21/Wed/5:30                                                              BA 2010
BA 3110             Project Management I                                                     SWP31/Thur/5:30                                      BA 2010, MA 2025
BA 3200             Business Ethics                                                                                                                    BA 2850
BA 3710             Leadership                                                                                                               BA 2010, BA 2700 or SS 2720
BA 4010             Quality Management                                                                                                      BA 2010, MA 2025, Jr. standing
BA 4700             Training & Development                                                                                                             BA 2410
BA 4800             Public Relations                                                                                                                 Jr. standing
BA 4910             Bus. Pol. & Strategic Planning                                                                                            Sr. standing, business core
COMM 1700           Photography
ENG 1100            Intro. to College Writing         SWP11/Tues/5:30
ENG 1250            English Composition I                                  SWP21/Tues/5:30                                             ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement exam
ENG 1270            English Composition II                                                   SWP31/Tues/5:30                                    ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320            Professional Communication                                                                                                  ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 2400            Grantwriting                      SWP11/Tues/5:30                                                                           ENG 1270 (C or better)
FIN 3600            Corporate Finance                                      SWP21/Wed/5:30                                                              ACC 2140
HUM 2000            Intro. to Humanities                                                     SWP31/Mon/5:30                                           ENG 1270
HUM 2520            Art Apprecation                                                                                                                   ENG 1270
HUM 3310            Interpretation of Fiction                                                                                                         ENG 1270
HUM 3710            Ethics                                                                                         SWP41/Tues/5:30                    ENG 1270
HUM 3720            Advanced Critical Thinking                                                                                                        ENG 1270
MA 1000             Foundations of College Math                            SWP21/Tues/5:30                         SWP41/Wed/5:30
MA 1025             Mathematical Problem-Solving                                             SWP31/Tues/5:30                                    MA 1000 (C or better)
MA 2025             Statistical Problem-Solving                                                                                                 MA 1025 (C or better)
MIS 1300            Software Tools                                         SWP21/Tues/5:30
PSY 1700            Intro. to Psychology                                                                           SWP41/Thur/5:30
PSY 2000            Understanding Diversity
PSY 2750            Psychology of Communication                                                                                                        PSY 1700
PSY 2760            Theories of Personality                                SWP21/Wed/5:30                                                              PSY 1700
PSY 2780            Social Psychology                                                                              SWP41/Wed/5:30                      PSY 1700
PSY 3720            Child & Adolescent Psychology                           SWP21/Mon/5:30
PSY 3740            Counseling Techniques                                                                                                              PSY 1700
PSY 3760            Abnormal Psychology               SWP11/Wed/5:30                                                                                   PSY 1700
SCI 2000            Contemporary Issues in Science                                                                 SWP41/Tues/5:30                MA 1025, ENG 1270
SS 2200             Macroeconomics                                                           SWP31/Wed/5:30                                        Soph. standing
SS 2210             Microeconomics                                                                                 SWP41/Wed/5:30               MA 1025 or equivalent
SS 2720             Group Dynamics                                         SWP21/Tues/5:30
                   Dates:                             July 22-Aug 25   Aug 26-Sept 29         Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22                   Prerequisites
                   Session:                                  1                 2                    3                    4
                                                          Listings for location continue on the next page.    

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SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Elkhart Area
                                                         Dates:                                 Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                    5                    6               7                8                  9               Prerequisites
                                     Warsaw continued
                                     SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                                                                        SWP81/Tues/5:30
                                     SS 2810              Social Problems                                                                                                                        SS 2800
                                     SS 2850              Conflict Resolution                 SWP51/Tues/5:30
                                     SS 2900              Community & Social Movements                                                                                 SWP91/Thur/5:30           SS 2800

                                     Warsaw IME TEAM C
                                     Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
                                     EM 2030              Statics and Dynamics                                                     SWP71/MTh*/5:30                                              EGR 3430
                                     IME 3040             Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                          SWP81/MTh*/5:30                       IME 2020, EGR 2650
                                     PH 2100              Fundamentals of Physics II                     SWP51/Mon/5:30                                                                    MA 1100 or MA 1200
                                     IME 3060             Adv. Com. Integrated Mfg.                                                                                                        EGR 2650,IME 3040
                                     IME 3110             Quality Control II                                                                                                                    IME 2110
                                     IME 3120             Design of Experiments                                                                                                                 EGR 3430
                                     IME 4010             Technical Computer Graphics                                                                                                      EGR 1710, EGR 2650
                                     * Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

                                     Warsaw IME TEAM D
                                     Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
                                     CS 1250              Problem Solving for Programmers
                                     EGR 3430             Probability & Statistics            SWP51/Thur/5:30                                                                                    MA 1100
                                     IME 3020             Computer Sim. of Mfg. Processes                                          SWP71/MTh*/5:30                                              EGR 3430
                                     IME 4020             Lean Manufacturing                                                                         SWP81/MTh*/5:30                       IME 2020, EGR 2650
                                     IME 4300             Integrated Resource Management                                                                                                   IME 4020, EGR 3430
                                     MA 1110              Calculus II                                                                                                                     MA 1100 (C or better)
                                     SS 2200              Macroeconomics                      SWP51/Mon/5:30
                                     SS 2800              Sociology
                                     * Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

                                     Warsaw IME TEAM E
                                     Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
                                     EGR 2000             Engineering Communication                                                                  SWP81/MTh*/5:30                      ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing           SWP51/Mon/5:30
                                     ENG 1250             English Composition I                                  SWP61/Tues/5:30                                                          ENG 1100 (C or better)
                                     ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                   SWP71/Tues/5:30                                        ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     HUM 2000             Intro to Humanities                                                                                                                   ENG 1270
                                     IME 2110             Quality Control                                                                                                                       MA 1035
                                     IME 2020             Work Design                                                                                                                           IME 2010
                                     PH 1100              Physics                                                                                                                           MA 1035, MA 1060
                                     * Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

                                     Warsaw IME TEAM F
                                     Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
                                     BA 1200              Foundations of Business
                                     CH 1000              Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                                  SWP81/MTh*/5:30                            MA 1035
                                     EGR 1710             Graphics & Design                                                                                                                     MA 1035
                                     IME 2010             Safety Engineering                                                                                                                     BA 1200
                                     MA 1035              College Algebra                                        SWP61/MTh*/5:30
                                     MA 1060              Trigonometry                                                             SWP71/MTh*/5:30                                        MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     MA 1100              Calculus I                                                                                                                      MA 1035 (C or better)
                                     * Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.
                                                         Dates:                                Jan 8–Feb 11       Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5      May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14       Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                   5                   6                7                8                   9
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                                                                                                                                                                      FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                    1                     2                3                     4                   Prerequisites
Warsaw continued
SS 2800              Intro. to Sociology                                                        SWP31/Thur/5:30
SS 2810              Social Problems                     SWP11/Wed/5:30                                                                             SS 2800
SS 2850              Conflict Resolution                                                                             SWP41/Tues/5:30
SS 2900              Community & Social Movements                                                                                                   SS 2800

Warsaw IME TEAM C
Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
EM 2030              Statics and Dynamics                                                                                                          EGR 3430
IME 3040             Computer Integrated Manufacturing                                                                                        IME 2020, EGR 2650
PH 2100              Fundamentals of Physics II                                                                                               MA 1100 or MA 1200
IME 3060             Adv. Com. Integrated Mfg.           SWP11/MTh*/5:30                                                                      EGR 2650,IME 3040
IME 3110             Quality Control II                                       SWP21/MTh*/5:30                                                      IME 2110
IME 3120             Design of Experiments                                                      SWP31/MTh*/5:30                                    EGR 3430
IME 4010             Technical Computer Graphics                                                                     SWP41/MTh*/5:30          EGR 1710, EGR 2650
* Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

Warsaw IME TEAM D
Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
CS 1250              Problem Solving for Programmers                           SWP21/Mon/5:30
EGR 3430             Probability & Statistics                                                                                                       MA 1100
IME 3020             Computer Sim. of Mfg. Processes                                                                                               EGR 3430
IME 4020             Lean Manufacturing                                                                                                       IME 2020, EGR 2650
IME 4300             Integrated Resource Management      SWP11/MTh*/5:30                                                                      IME 4020, EGR 3430
MA 1110              Calculus II                                                                           SWP31/Mon/5:30                    MA 1100 (C or better)
SS 2200              Macroeconomics
SS 2800              Sociology                                                                  SWP31/Thur/5:30
* Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

Warsaw IME TEAM E
Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
EGR 2000             Engineering Communication                                                                                               ENG 1270 (C or better)
ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing
ENG 1250             English Composition I                                                                                                   ENG 1100 (C or better)
ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                                                                  ENG 1250 (C or better)
HUM 2000             Intro to Humanities                                                        SWP31/Mon/5:30                                     ENG 1270
IME 2110             Quality Control                     SWP11/MTh*/5:30                                                                           MA 1035
IME 2020             Work Design                                              SWP21/MTh*/5:30                                                      IME 2010
PH 1100              Physics                                                                               SWP31/Thur/5:30                     MA 1035, MA 1060
* Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.

Warsaw IME TEAM F
Class Location: 2928 Frontage Road, Warsaw, IN
BA 1200              Foundations of Business             SWP11/Mon/5:30
CH 1000              Fundamentals of Chemistry                                                                                                     MA 1035
EGR 1710             Graphics & Design                                                          SWP31/MTh*/5:30                                    MA 1035
IME 2010             Safety Engineering                                                                              SWP41/MTh*/5:30                BA 1200
MA 1035              College Algebra
MA 1060              Trigonometry                                                                                                            MA 1035 (C or better)
MA 1100              Calculus I                                     SWP11/Thur/5:30                                                          MA 1035 (C or better)
* Class meets twice a week on Mondays and Thursdays.
                    Dates:                               July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10         Nov 11-Dec 22             Prerequisites
                    Session:                                    1                   2                  3                    4
 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                       Schedule Subject to Change                     87
SPRING 2012 Undergraduate Schedule   Louisville Campus
                                                         Dates:                                         Jan 8–Feb 11         Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9       June 10–July 14
                                                         Session:                                             5                    6                 7                 8                  9                      Prerequisites
                                     Louisville
                                     Class Location: Indiana Tech-Louisville, 11855 Commonwealth Dr., Louisville, KY 40299
                                     BA 1200              Foundations of Business                       ELV51/Mon/5:30
                                     BA 2010              Principles of Management                                           ELV61/Tues/5:30                                                                  BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                            ELV71/Tues/5:30                                                     BA 2010
                                     BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                                                                           BA 1200, ENG 1250
                                     BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                                                                                                   ELV91/Thur/5:30                BA 2010
                                     BA 2850              Managing in a Legal Environment                                                                                                                          BA 2010
                                     ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing                                                            ELV71/Wed/5:30
                                     ENG 1250             English Composition I                         ELV51/Tues/5:30                                                                               ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
                                     ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                                                 ELV81/Wed/5:30                             ENG 1250 (C or better)
                                     ENG 2320             Professional Comm.                                                                                                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
                                     MA 1000              Foundations of College Math                                        ELV61/Mon/5:30
                                     MA 1025              Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                                                                                       MA 1000 (C or better)
                                     MIS 1300             Software Tools                                                                                                            ELV91/Mon/5:30
                                     PSY 1700             Intro. to Psychology                                                                                   ELV81/Tues/5:30
                                                         Dates:                                        Jan 8–Feb 11          Feb 19–Mar 24     Apr 1–May 5       May 6–June 9      June 10–July 14              Prerequisites
                                                         Session:                                           5                      6                7                 8                   9




      88                             Schedule Subject to Change
Louisville Campus




                                                                                                                                                                                       FALL 2012 Undergraduate Schedule
                    Dates:                                          July 22-Aug 25      Aug 26-Sept 29     Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22
                    Session:                                               1                  2                 3                 4                         Prerequisites
Louisville
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Louisville, 11855 Commonwealth Dr., Louisville, KY 40299
BA 1200              Foundations of Business                        ELV11/Wed/5:30
BA 2010              Principles of Management                                                             ELV31/Wed/5:30                                 BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2410              Human Resource Management                                                                                                                BA 2010
BA 2500              Marketing                                                                                              ELV41/Wed/5:30               BA 1200, ENG 1250
BA 2700              Organizational Behavior                                                                                                                  BA 2010
BA 2850              Managing in a Legal Environment                                    ELV21/Tues/5:30                                                       BA 2010
ENG 1100             Intro. to College Writing                     ELV11/Thur/5:30
ENG 1250             English Composition I                                                                ELV31/Thur/5:30                        ENG 1100 (C or better) or placement
ENG 1270             English Composition II                                                                                                            ENG 1250 (C or better)
ENG 2320             Professional Comm.                                                                                                                ENG 1270 (C or better)
MA 1000              Foundations of College Math                                        ELV21/Thur/5:30
MA 1025              Mathematical Problem-Solving                                                                           ELV41/Thur/5:30             MA 1000 (C or better)
MIS 1300             Software Tools
PSY 1700             Intro. to Psychology
                    Dates:                                         July 22-Aug 25       Aug 26-Sept 29    Oct 7-Nov 10      Nov 11-Dec 22                  Prerequisites
                    Session:                                              1                   2                 3                 4




 Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                              Schedule Subject to Change                               89
SPRING 2012 Graduate Schedule     Fort Wayne Campus
                                                     Dates:                                          Jan 29-Mar 10             Mar 18-Apr 28           Apr 29-June 9            June 10-July 21
                                                     Session:                                              5                         6                       7                        8                         Prerequisites
                                 MBA 5000             Executive Management                          FFF51/Thur/6:00           FFF61/Tues/6:00                                   FFF81/Thur/6:00
                                 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems                FFF51/Mon/6:00                                    FFF71/Tues/6:00
                                 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                                                    FFF61/Mon/6:00                                    FFF81/Wed/6:00                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                         FFF51/Wed/6:00                                    FFF71/Thur/6:00                                      MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5200             Financial Management                                                    FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                                   Core Courses
                                 MBA 5210             Business Statistics                                       FFF51/Wed/6:00                                    FFF71/Tues/6:00                          MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5220             Marketing Management                                                    FFF61/Wed/6:00                                    FFF81/Mon/6:00             MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5300             Organizational Behavior                                                 FFF61/Mon/6:00                                                                    Core Courses
                                 MBA 5310             Business Ethics                                                         FFF61/Tues/6:00                                   FFF81/Thur/6:00
                                 MBA 5320             Quality Management                            FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
                                 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                            FFF61/Wed/6:00                                    FFF81/Wed/6:00                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 5340             Operations Management                                                                           FFF71/Mon/6:00                                            Core Courses
                                 MBA 5600             Human Resource Management                                                FFF61/Sat/9am                                    FFF81/Mon/6:00                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 6200             Performance Management                                                                          FFF71/Wed/6:00                                            Core Courses
                                 MBA 6310             Project Management                                                                                                        FFF81/Tues/6:00   MBA 5000 or MSE 5000, MBA 5110, MBA 5200
                                 MBA 6400             International Marketing                       FFF51/Thur/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
                                 MBA 6420             Marketing Research                                                      FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                                   Core Courses
                                 MBA 6500             Small Business Management                     FFF51/Tues/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
                                 MBA 6600             Employment Law                                                          FFF61/Thur/6:00                                                                   Core Courses
                                 MBA 6610             Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                                    FFF81*                      Core Courses
                                 MBA 6800             Accounting Automation                         FFF51/Mon/6:00                                                                                              Core Courses
                                 MBA 6810             Communication for Accountants                                           FFF61/Mon/6:00                                                                    Core Courses
                                 MBA 6820             Fraud Examination                                                                               FFF71/Tues/6:00                                           Core Courses
                                 MBA 6860             Becker Review                                                    Contact the Warrior Information Network - 888.832.4742                                At least 36 credits
                                 MBA 7000             Business Policy & Strategy                    FFF51/Wed/6:00                                    FFF71/Thur/6:00                                        At least 36 credits
                                 MSM 5100             Qualitative Decision-Making                                                                     FFF71/Tues/6:00                                            MBA 5000
                                 MSM 5125             Accounting & Finance for Managers             FFF51/Wed/6:00                                                                                               MBA 5000
                                 MSM 5350             Customer Relationship Mgmt.                                                                                               FFF81/Mon/6:00                  Core Courses
                                 MSM 5400             Negotiation Skills                                                                              FFF71/Wed/6:00                                            Core Courses
                                 MSM 6400             Managing Change                                                         FFF61/Tues/6:00                                                                    MBA 5000
                                 MSM 7200             Applied Management Project                                                          FFF61/Tues/6:00                                              MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400
                                * This course is a trip to the annual Society for Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) conference.




                                  Indianapolis Campus
                                 MBA 5000             Executive Management                           III51/Mon/6:00            III61/Tues/6:00        III71/Wed/6:00
                                 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems                                           III61/Wed/6:00                                   III81/Tues/6:00
                                 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                           III51/Thur/6:00                                   III71/Sat/9am                                           Core Courses**
                                 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                                                    III61/Thur/6:00                                                             MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5200             Financial Management                                                                             III71/Sun/5:00                                           Core Courses
                                 MBA 5210             Business Statistics                                        III51/Wed/6:00                                                                            MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5220             Marketing Management                           III51/Sun/5:00                                   III71/Mon/6:00                                       MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5300             Organizational Behavior                                                  III61/Thur/6:00                                                                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 5310             Business Ethics                                                                                 III71/Mon/6:00
                                 MBA 5320             Quality Management                                                                               III71/Sat/9am                                            Core Courses
                                 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                                                                              III81/Tues/6:00                 Core Courses
                                 MBA 5340             Operations Management                          III51/Wed/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
                                 MBA 5600             Human Resource Management                      III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                            Core Courses
                                                     Dates:                                         Jan 29-Mar 10     Mar 18-Apr 28        Apr 29-June 9                   June 10-July 21                     Prerequisites
                                                     Session:                                             5                  6                    7                               8
                                                                                                          Listings for location continue on the next page.                

     90                          Schedule Subject to Change
Fort Wayne Campus




                                                                                                                                                                                          FALL 2012 Graduate Schedule
            Dates:                               July 22-Sept 1             Sept 2-Oct 13           Oct 14-Dec 1              Dec 2-Feb 2
            Session:                                    1                        2                       3                        4                          Prerequisites
MBA 5000     Executive Management                FFF11/Tues/6:00          FFF21/Wed/6:00          FFF31/Thur/6:00
MBA 5110     Management Information Systems      FFF11/Wed/6:00                                   FFF31/Mon/6:00
MBA 5120     Managerial Economics                                         FFF21/Tues/6:00                                   FFF41/Thur/6:00                  Core Courses
MBA 5130     Managerial Accounting               FFF11/Tues/6:00                                  FFF31/Mon/6:00                                        MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5200     Financial Management                                         FFF21/Mon/6:00                                                                     Core Courses
MBA 5210     Business Statistics                             FFF11/Mon/6:00                                   FFF31/Thur/6:00                           MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5220     Marketing Management                                         FFF21/Sun/5pm                                     FFF41/Tues/6:00             MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5300     Organizational Behavior                                      FFF21/Wed/6:00                                                                     Core Courses
MBA 5310     Business Ethics                                              FFF21/Tues/6:00                                   FFF41/Wed/6:00
MBA 5320     Quality Management                  FFF11/Mon/6:00                                                                                              Core Courses
MBA 5330     Business Law                                                 FFF21/Mon/6:00                                    FFF41/Sat/9am                    Core Courses
MBA 5340     Operations Management                                                                                                                           Core Courses
MBA 5600     Human Resource Management                                    FFF21/Tues/6:00                                   FFF41/Mon/6:00                   Core Courses
MBA 6200     Performance Management                                                               FFF31/Tues/6:00                                            Core Courses
MBA 6310     Project Management                                                                                             FFF41/Mon/6:00     MBA 5000 or MSE 5000, MBA 5110, MBA 5200
MBA 6400     International Marketing             FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
MBA 6420     Marketing Research                                           FFF21/Thur/6:00                                                                    Core Courses
MBA 6500     Small Business Management           FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                                             Core Courses
MBA 6600     Employment Law                                               FFF21/Mon/6:00                                                                     Core Courses
MBA 6610*    Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                                                      Core Courses
MBA 6800     Accounting Automation               FFF11/Mon/6:00                                                                                              Core Courses
MBA 6810     Communication for Accountants                                FFF21/Thur/6:00                                                                    Core Courses
MBA 6820     Fraud Examination                                                                    FFF31/Wed/6:00                                             Core Courses
MBA 6860     Becker Review                                         Contact the Warrior Information Network - 888.832.4742                                 At least 36 credits
MBA 7000     Business Policy & Strategy          FFF11/Wed/6:00                                   FFF31/Thur/6:00                                         At least 36 credits
MSM 5100     Qualitative Decision-Making                                                          FFF31/Wed/6:00                                              MBA 5000
MSM 5125     Accounting & Finance for Managers   FFF11/Thur/6:00                                                                                              MBA 5000
MSM 5350     Customer Relationship Mgmt.                                                                                    FFF41/Sun/5pm                    Core Courses
MSM 5400     Negotiation Skills                                                                   FFF31/Tues/6:00                                            Core Courses
MSM 6400     Managing Change                                              FFF21/Thur/6:00                                                                     MBA 5000
MSM 7200     Applied Management Project                                               FFF21/Wed/6:00                                                MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400




Indianapolis Campus
MBA 5000     Executive Management                III11/Mon/6:00                                   III31/Tues/6:00           III41/Wed/6:00
MBA 5110     Management Information Systems                                III21/Sat/9am                                    III41/Thur/6:00
MBA 5120     Managerial Economics                III11/Thur/6:00                                   III31/Sun/5:00                                           Core Courses**
MBA 5130     Managerial Accounting                                         III21/Mon/6:00                                                               MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5200     Financial Management                                                                                           III41/Sun/5:00                   Core Courses
MBA 5210     Business Statistics                             III11/Wed/6:00                                                                             MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5220     Marketing Management                                          III21/Tue/6:00                                                               MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
MBA 5300     Organizational Behavior                                                                                        III41/Mon./6:00                  Core Courses
MBA 5310     Business Ethics                                                                      III31/Thur/6:00
MBA 5320     Quality Management                                                                                             III41/Tues/6:00                  Core Courses
MBA 5330     Business Law                                                                                                    III41/Sat/9am                   Core Courses
MBA 5340     Operations Management                                         III21/Wed/6:00                                                                    Core Courses
MBA 5600     Human Resource Management                                                             III31/Sun/5:00                                            Core Courses
            Dates:                               July 22-Sept 1    Sept 2-Oct 13         Oct 14-Dec 1                        Dec 2-Feb 2                    Prerequisites
            Session:                                    1                2                     3                                  4
                                                     Listings for location continue on the next page.                

Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                               Schedule Subject to Change                                 91
SPRING 2012 Graduate Schedule   Indianapolis Campus & Area
                                                     Dates:                                           Jan 29-Mar 10            Mar 18-Apr 28           Apr 29-June 9             June 10-July 21
                                                     Session:                                               5                        6                       7                          8                    Prerequisites
                                 Indianapolis continued
                                 MBA 6200             Performance Management                                                                                                     III81/Thur/6:00             Core Courses
                                 MBA 6210             Labor Relations                                                                                                            III81/Sat/9am               Core Courses
                                 MBA 6220             Compensation Management                                                  III61/Tues/6:00                                                               Core Courses
                                 MBA 6310             Project Management                                                                              III71/Thur/6:00                              MBA/MSE 5000, MBA 5110, MBA 5200
                                 MBA 6400             International Marketing                                                  III61/Wed/6:00                                                                Core Courses
                                 MBA 6420             Marketing Research                                                                              III71/Thur/6:00                                        Core Courses
                                 MBA 6500             Small Business Management                                                                                                  III81/Wed/6:00              Core Courses
                                 MBA 6600             Employment Law                                 III51/Mon/6:00                                                                                          Core Courses
                                 MBA 6610*            Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                                      III81*                 Core Courses
                                 MBA 6800             Accounting Automation                                                                                                                                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 6810             Communication for Accountants                                                                                                                          Core Courses
                                 MBA 6820             Fraud Examination                                                                                                                                      Core Courses
                                 MBA 6860             Becker Review                                                    Contact the Warrior Information Network - 888.832.4742                              At least 36 credits
                                 MBA 7000             Business Policy & Strategic Planning            III51/Sat/9am                                   III71/Thur/6:00                                      At least 36 credits
                                 MSM 5100             Qualitative Decision-Making                                              III61/Sat/9am                                                                   MBA 5000
                                 MSM 5125             Accounting & Finance for Managers                                                                III71/Sun/5:00                                          MBA 5000
                                 MSM 5350             Customer Relationship Management                                                                                           III81/Sat/9am               Core Courses
                                 MSM 5400             Negotiations                                    III51/Sat/9am                                                                                          Core Courses
                                 MSM 6400             Managing Change                                III51/Tues/6:00                                                                                           MBA 5000
                                 MSM 7200             Applied Management Project                                                                                   III71/Sat/9am                     MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400
                                * This course is a trip to the annual Society for Human Resource Professionals (SHRM) conference.

                                Fishers
                                Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
                                 MBA 5000             Executive Management                           IFP51/Thur/6:00
                                 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems                                                                                            IFP81/Mon/6:00
                                 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                           IFP51/Wed/6:00                                                                                          Core Courses
                                 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                                                    IFP61/Sat/9am                                                                   MBA 5000
                                 MBA 5200             Financial Management                                                    IFP61/Mon/6:00                                                                 Core Courses
                                 MBA 5210             Business Statistics                                                                                         IFP71/Mon/6:00                        MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5220             Marketing Management                           IFP51/Thur/6:00                                                                                    MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5300             Organizational Behavior                                                                                                                                Core Courses
                                 MBA 5310             Business Ethics
                                 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                                                    IFP71/Tues/6:00                                        Core Courses
                                 MBA 5340             Operations Management                                                                                                                                  Core Courses
                                 MBA 5600             Human Resource Management                                                                                                                              Core Courses
                                 MBA 6200             Performance Management                                                                                                                                 Core Courses
                                 MBA 7000             Business Policy & Strategy                                                                      IFP71/Sat/9am                                        At Least 36 credits


                                Greenwood
                                Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
                                 MBA 5000             Executive Management
                                 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems                                          ISP61/Wed/6:00
                                 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                                                                            ISP71/Wed/6:00                                         Core Courses
                                 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                          ISP51/Wed/6:00                                                                                     MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
                                 MBA 5200             Financial Management                                                                                                                                   Core Courses
                                 MBA 5310             Business Ethics
                                 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                                                                                                           Core Courses
                                 MBA 5340             Operations Management                                                                                                                                  Core Courses
                                                     Dates:                                         Jan 29-Mar 10             Mar 18-Apr 28           Apr 29-June 9             June 10-July 21             Prerequisites
                                                     Session:                                             5                         6                       7                          8

     92                         Schedule Subject to Change
Indianapolis Campus & Area




                                                                                                                                                                                                 FALL 2012 Graduate Schedule
                     Dates:                                           July 22-Sept 1      Sept 2-Oct 13          Oct 14-Dec 1             Dec 2-Feb 2
                     Session:                                               1                  2                       3                      4                         Prerequisites
 Indianapolis continued
 MBA 6200             Performance Management                                                                    III31/Tues/6:00                                         Core Courses
 MBA 6210             Labor Relations                                                                                                    III41/Sat/9am                  Core Courses
 MBA 6220             Compensation Management                        III11/Wed/6:00                                                                                     Core Courses
 MBA 6310             Project Management                                                                                                                      MBA/MSE 5000, MBA 5110, MBA 5200
 MBA 6400             International Marketing                                                                                                                           Core Courses
 MBA 6420             Marketing Research                                                                                                                                Core Courses
 MBA 6500             Small Business Management                                                                                                                         Core Courses
 MBA 6600             Employment Law                                                                                                                                    Core Courses
 MBA 6610*            Seminar in Human Resources                                                                                                                        Core Courses
 MBA 6800             Accounting Automation                                              III21/Mon/6:00                                                                 Core Courses
 MBA 6810             Communication for Accountants                                                             III31/Mon/6:00                                          Core Courses
 MBA 6820             Fraud Examination                                                                                                 III41/Mon/6:00                  Core Courses
 MBA 6860             Becker Review                                                                                                                                   At least 36 credits
 MBA 7000             Business Policy & Strategic Planning                               III21/Tues/6:00                                                              At least 36 credits
 MSM 5100             Qualitative Decision-Making                    III11/Thur/6:00                                                                                      MBA 5000
 MSM 5125             Accounting & Finance for Managers                                  III21/Wed/6:00                                                                   MBA 5000
 MSM 5350             Customer Relationship Management                                                                                  III41/Thur/6:00                 Core Courses
 MSM 5400             Negotiations                                                                                                                                      Core Courses
 MSM 6400             Managing Change                                                                                                                                     MBA 5000
 MSM 7200             Applied Management Project                                                                            III31/Thur/6:00                     MSM 5100, MSM 5125, MSM 6400



Fishers
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Fishers, 10765 Lantern Road, Fishers, IN 46038-3539
 MBA 5000             Executive Management                                              IFP21/Tues/6:00
 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems
 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                                              IFP21/Tues/6:00                                                                 Core Courses
 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                               MBA 5000
 MBA 5200             Financial Management                                                                                                                              Core Courses
 MBA 5210             Business Statistics                                                                                                                          MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
 MBA 5220             Marketing Management                           IFP11/Mon/6:00                                                                                MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
 MBA 5300             Organizational Behavior                                                                  IFP31/Tues/6:00                                          Core Courses
 MBA 5310             Business Ethics                                                                                                   IFP41/Sat/9am
 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                                                                                                      Core Courses
 MBA 5340             Operations Management                          IFP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                     Core Courses
 MBA 5600             Human Resource Management                                         IFP21/Thur/6:00                                                                 Core Courses
 MBA 6200             Performance Management                                                                                            IFP41/Mon/6:00                  Core Courses
 MBA 7000             Business Policy & Strategy                                                                                                                      At Least 36 credits


Greenwood
Class Location: Indiana Tech-Greenwood, Greenwood Commerce Center, 65 Airport Parkway, Ste. 100, Greenwood, IN 46143
 MBA 5000             Executive Management
 MBA 5110             Management Information Systems
 MBA 5120             Managerial Economics                                                                                                                              Core Courses
 MBA 5130             Managerial Accounting                                                                                                                        MBA 5000 or MSE 5000
 MBA 5200             Financial Management                           ISP11/Wed/6:00                                                                                     Core Courses
 MBA 5310             Business Ethics                                                   ISP21/Wed/6:00
 MBA 5330             Business Law                                                                             ISP31/Wed/6:00                                           Core Courses
 MBA 5340             Operations Management                                                                                            ISP41/Wed/6:00                   Core Courses
                     Dates:                                          July 22-Sept 1      Sept 2-Oct 13          Oct 14-Dec 1             Dec 2-Feb 2                   Prerequisites
                     Session:                                               1                  2                      3                       4

Schedule of Classes Spring 2012                                                                                                                           Schedule Subject to Change                          93
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    Session 5                     Begins Jan. 8, 2012            Final registration deadline: Friday, Dec. 16, 2011                             Session 1            Begins July 22, 2012            Final registration deadline: Friday, July 6, 2012
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    Session 6                  Begins Feb. 19, 2012              Final registration deadline: Friday, Feb. 3, 2012                              Session 2            Begins Aug. 26, 2012           Final registration deadline: Friday, Aug. 10, 2012
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    Session 7                     Begins April 1, 2012           Final registration deadline: Friday, Mar. 16, 2012                             Session 3             Begins Oct. 7, 2012            Final registration deadline: Friday, Sept. 21, 2012
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                                                          Registration




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                                   Session 5 — 12/16/11
                                                          You may register after
           1/8/12    Session 5                                                                        1/8/12                  Session 5 — 1/13/12
                                                          the registration deadline;
Spring




                                                                                           Spring
          1/15/12                                                                                    1/15/12
                                                          however, a late fee of $20
          1/22/12                                                                                    1/22/12
                                                          per course applies. No
          1/29/12                 Session 6 — 2/3/2012                                               1/29/12
                                                          registrations will be accepted
           2/5/12
                                                          after 5 p.m. the Wednesday                  2/5/12    Session 5

          2/12/12    Off Week                             before each session starts.                2/12/12

          2/19/12    Session 6                            Please see Page 26 for                     2/19/12

         2/26/12                                          information on dropping                   2/26/12                  Session 6 — 3/2/2012

           3/4/12                                         classes.                                    3/4/12

          3/11/12                 Session 7 — 3/16/2012                                              3/11/12

          3/18/12                                         Holiday Scheduling                         3/18/12    Session 6

         3/25/12     Off Week                             Classes scheduled for the                 3/25/12

           4/1/12    Session 7
                                                          following holidays may meet                 4/1/12

          4/8/12
                                                          on another night during the                4/8/12                  Session 7 — 4/13/2012

          4/15/12                Session 8 — 4/20/2012
                                                          week as determined by the                  4/15/12
                                                          instructors, students, and
         4/22/12                                                                                    4/22/12
                                                          room availability:
         4/29/12                                                                                    4/29/12     Session 7

           5/6/12    Session 8
                                                          Martin Luther King Day                      5/6/12
                                                            — Jan. 16, 2012
          5/13/12                                                                                    5/13/12

         5/20/12                 Session 9 — 5/25/2012    Easter Sunday                             5/20/12                 Session 8 — 5/25/2012

          5/27/12
                                                            — April 8, 2012                          5/27/12

          6/3/12                                          Memorial Day                               6/3/12

          6/10/12    Session 9                              — May 28, 2012                           6/10/12    Session 8


                                                                                           Summer
Summer




          6/17/12                                         Independence Day                           6/17/12

         6/24/12                                            — July 4, 2012                          6/24/12

           7/1/12                 Session 1 — 7/6/2012                                                7/1/12                 Session 1 — 7/6/2012

           7/8/12                                         Fall Semester                               7/8/12

          7/15/12    Off Week
                                                          Undergraduate:                             7/15/12

          7/22/12    Session 1
                                                            Sessions 1, 2, 3 & 4                     7/22/12    Session 1
Fall




                                                                                           Fall




          7/29/12                                         Graduate:                                  7/29/12

           8/5/12                 Session 2 — 8/10/2012
                                                            Sessions 1, 2 , 3 & 4                     8/5/12

          8/12/12                                                                                    8/12/12                 Session 2 — 8/17/2012

          8/19/12                                         Spring Semester                            8/19/12

         8/26/12     Session 2                            Undergraduate:                            8/26/12

          9/2/12                                            Sessions 5, 6, 7 & 8                     9/2/12     Session 2

          9/9/12                                          Graduate:                                  9/9/12

          9/16/12                 Session 3 — 9/21/2012     Sessions 5, 6 & 7                        9/16/12

         9/23/12                                                                                    9/23/12                 Session 3 — 9/28/2012

         9/30/12     Off Week                                                                       9/30/12
                                                          Summer Semester
          10/7/12    Session 3                                                                       10/7/12
                                                          Undergraduate: Session 9
         10/14/12                                                                                   10/14/12    Session 3
                                                          Graduate: Session 8
         10/21/12                Session 4 — 10/26/2012                                             10/21/12

         10/28/12                                                                                   10/28/12

          11/4/12                                         Weather-Related                            11/4/12

          11/11/12   Session 4                            Cancellations                              11/11/12               Session 4 — 11/16/2012

         11/18/12    Off Week
                                                          All classes will be                       11/18/12    Off Week

         11/25/12
                                                          rescheduled by the professor              11/25/12
                                                          prior to the end of the
          12/2/12                                                                                    12/2/12    Session 4
                                                          session based on room
          12/9/12                Session 5 — 12/14/2012                                              12/9/12
                                                          availability.
         12/16/12                                                                                   12/16/12

         12/23/12    Off Weeks                                                                      12/23/12    Off weeks

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