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The University of Mississippi–DeSoto 2011 Fall Semester Courses Offered in: • Accountancy • Business Administration (Finance, Management, Marketing, MIS) • Liberal Arts • Education • Paralegal Studies • Criminal Justice • Social Work Graduate Courses Offered in: • Accountancy • Higher Education and Student Services • Educational Leadership • Curriculum and Instruction • Counselor Education • Specialist in Curriculum and Instruction • Teaching English as a Second Language • Literacy Courses Offered by The University of Mississippi Medical Center: • RN to BSN to MSN • Health Science Administration • Health Sciences • Clinical Laboratory Science All off-campus students must be admitted to The University of Mississippi before they will be allowed to register for courses. Classes meet one night a week (Monday through Thursday) from 6-8:45 pm unless otherwise noted. SCHOOL OF ACCOUNTANCY EDHE 671* The College and the Student Fri INTEGRATED MARKETING (3:30-6 pm) ACCY 303 Financial Accounting I W ACCY 309 Cost Control Th EDHE 301 Career Counseling Th COMMUNICATIONS EDHE 665 Contemporary Issues in Online IMC 204* Introduction to Integrated Tu/Th ACCY 402 Advanced Accounting W Higher Education ACCY 405 Income Taxes Tu Mktg Communication EDLD 674 Developing Quality Teaching Th (9:30-10:45 am) ACCY 407* Governmental Accounting Th (4:30-9:30 pm) IMC 205* Writing for Integrated Mktg Tu/Th MASTER’S OF ACCOUNTANCY EDLD 676 Leading Change in Educational Th Communication (1-2:15 pm) Org. (4:30-9:30 pm) ACCY 501 Internal/Operational Auditing M/Th EDLD 694 Human Resource Development Online LING 600* Fundamentals of Linguistics for Th (1st half of the semester) EDLE 417-1 Senior Practicum M/W TESL ACCY 509 Income Taxes II M/Th EDLE 417-2 Senior Practicum M/W MATH 305* Foundation of Mathematics Tu/Th (2nd half of semester) EDLE 417-3 Senior Practicum M/W (9:30-10:45 am) EDLE 417-4 Senior Practicum M/W MATH 375* Modern Algebra I Tu/Th SCHOOL OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION EDLE 417-5 Senior Practicum M/W (4:30-5:45 pm) FIN 331-1 Business Finance I (1-2:15 pm) M/W EDLE 464-1 Student Teaching: Elementary TBA MATH 533* Topics in Euclidean Geometry M/W FIN 331-2 Business Finance I (4:30-5:45 pm) M/W Education (4:30-5:45 pm) FIN 334* Investments Th EDLE 464-2 Student Teaching: Elementary TBA MATH 540* History of Mathematics Tu/Th FIN 338* Intermediate Financial Management M Education (3-4:15 pm) FIN 361 Quantitative Financial Analysis Online EDLE 464-3 Student Teaching: Elementary TBA MUS 313 American Musical Theatre Tu FIN 533* Security Analysis & Portfolio Mgmt W Education MUS 329 Music for Children Th MGMT 371-1* Principles of Management Tu/Th POL 103* Introduction to International Tu/Th (11 am-12:15 pm) MASTER OF ARTS IN LITERACY Relations (4:30-5:45 pm) MGMT 371-2 Principles of Management W EDLT 604* Effective Literacy Assess & M POL 331* International Organizations Tu MGMT 383* Human Resource Management Tu/Th Intervention (7-9:30 pm) PSY 301 Developmental Psychology M (4:30-5:45 pm) EDLT 607* Literacy Leadership M PSY 308 Industrial Psychology Th MGMT 391* Organizational Behavior M/W (4:15-6:45 pm) PSY 309 Learning Tu (4:30-5:45 pm) EDRD 355-1 Early Literacy Instruction Tu/Th PSY 311 Abnormal Psychology Th MGMT 484* Training and Development Tu (8-10:45 am) PSY 319 Brain and Behavior W MGMT 493 Management of Strategic Planning M EDRD 355-2 Early Literacy Instruction M/W REL 310* The Old Testament & Early MWF MGMT 494 Compensation Management W EDRD 400 Reading Instruction in the M Judaism (1-1:50 pm) MGMT 582 Employee Relations Th Elementary School SOC 301 The Family M MIS 307* System Analysis and Design M/W EDRD 414-1 Reading Diagnosis & Intervention Th SOC 315 Leisure & Popular Culture Online (3-4:15 pm) EDRD 414-2 Reading Diagnosis & Intervention Tu/Th SOC 323 Occupations and Professions Th MIS 309-1* Management Inform ation Systems M/W (2:30-3:45 pm) SOC 333 Juvenile Delinquency M/W (9:30-10:45 am) EDRD 500* Basic Skills in Reading (7-9:30 pm) M (4:30-5:45 pm) MIS 309-2 Management Information Systems M EDRD 615* Materials & Methods for Reading M SOC 336 Sociology of Religion Online MIS 408* Advanced Mgt Information Systems Th in Elem. School (4:15-6:45 pm) SOC 345 Population Trends and Problems Th MIS 412* Web Application Programming M/W EDRS 605 Educational Research I Th SOC 361 The Sociology of Education Online (4:30-5:45 pm) EDSE 400-1 Principles of Education Tu SOC 451 Topics in Sociology: Peace and Tu MKTG 351-1 Marketing Principles W (4:15-6:45 pm) Justice MKTG 351-2* Marketing Principles M/W EDSE 400-2 Principles of Education Tu TESL 542* Teaching English as a Second M (11 am-12:15 pm) (4:15-6:45 pm) Language MKTG 353* Advertising and Promotion W EDSE 400-3 Principles of Education M TESL 631 Assessment in Second Online MKTG 367* Consumer/Market Behavior Tu/Th (4:15-6:45 pm) Language Acquisition (4:30-5:45 pm) EDSE 442 Special Methods I: English W TESL 647 Cultural Dimensions of Online MKTG 372-1* Introduction to Operation and Tu/Th (4:15-6:45 pm) Second Language Acqu. Supply Chain Mgmt (1-2:15 pm) EDSE 447 Special Methods I: Social Studies Th TESL 694 R e s e a rch in Applied Linguistics Online MKTG 372-2* Introduction to Operation and Th Supply Chain Mgmt (6-8:45 pm) SCHOOL OF APPLIED SCIENCES EDSP 308-1 Introduction to Special Education W MKTG 451* Marketing Policy and Strategy W EDSP 308-2* Introduction to Special Education Tu/Th CJ 310 Law Enforcement Process & Policy Tu MKTG 458* Sales Management (4:30-5:45 pm)M/W (11 am-12:15 pm) CJ 322 Criminal Justice Communications M MKTG 525* Marketing Research M EDSP 308-3 Introduction to Special Education Online CJ 330* Hate Crime Enforcement M/W (3-4:15 pm) SCHOOL OF EDUCATION EDSP 595 Differentiated Instruction: Atypical Gift. Online CJ 340 Cold Case TBA COUN 539 Introduction to the Counseling Tu CJ 376* Elite Forces and Special Tu/Th COUN 570 Multicultural Issues in Counseling Th COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS Operations (4:30-5:45 pm) COUN 621 Assessment in Counseling I Online ANTH 337 Anthropology of Blues Culture W CJ 399 Social Justice and Community TBA COUN 672 Seminar: Issues and Ethics in M ARED 361 Teaching of Art in the Elementary W Service Counseling School CJ 400* Homeland Security Operations W COUN 680 Career Counseling Online ECON 302-1* Economic Statistics II Tu CJ 410 Criminal Procedure Tu COUN 693 Practicum (6-7:30 pm) Tu ECON 302-2* Economic Statistics II M/W CJ 435* Terrorism in the 21st Century Tu/Th EDCI 352-1 Human Development and M/W (9:30-10:45 am) (1-2:15 pm) Diversity (9:30-10:45 am) ECON 417 Labor Economics Th CJ 490 Criminal Justice Internship TBA EDCI 352-2 Human Development and Diversity Tu ENGL 250-1 Applied W riting (9:30-10:45 am) Tu/Th HP 312 Behavioral Aspects of Weight Online EDCI 353 Effective Classroom Practice W ENGL 250-2 Applied Writing M Management EDCI 419 Effective Classroom Management M ENGL 250-3 Applied W riting (4:30-5:45 pm) Tu/Th LA 303* Civil Litigation I W for Teachers (4-6:45 pm) ENGL 311 Beginning Fiction Workshop Online LA 305* Criminal Law and Procedure Tu/Th EDCI 558 Integrating the Internet in Online ENGL 323 Afro Amer Lit Survey of the M/W (9:30-10:45 am) Education 20th Century (11 am-12:15 pm) LA 308* Administration of Wills and Estates Tu EDCI 601 Advanced Curriculum Theory M ENGL 351 Topics in Contemporary Literature M LA 402* Torts (2:30-3:45 pm) Tu/Th and Practice ENGL 353 Introduction to Film Tu LA 421 Selected Topics: Elder Law Online EDCI 616* Science, Tech, Society in the Tu ENGL 360 Women in Literature Online LA 490* Advanced Seminar in Paralegal M/W/F Classroom (7-9:30 pm) ENGL 368 Survey of Southern Literature W Studies (11-11:50 am) EDCI 657 Information Technology for Online ENGL 385 Shakespeare (4:30-5:45 pm) Tu/Th LA 495 Internship TBA Professional Educators ENGL 398 Junior Seminar: Literary Criticism M/W PRM 380 Current Issues in Travel & Online EDEL 401-1 Social Studies in the Elementary Tu (9:30-10:45 am) Tourism Mgmt School ENGL 460 American Fiction 1919 to 1940 Th SW 315 Introduction to Social Work M EDEL 401-2 Social Studies in the Tu/Th ENGL 501 Descriptive Grammar Online (9-11:45 am) Elementary School (8-9:15 am) ENGL 507* Grammar for Teachers Th SW 321 Human Behavior and the Social W EDEL 402-1 Art of Teaching Literacy M GEOL 105 Environmental Geology Online Environment I (9-11:45 am) EDEL 402-2 Art of Teaching Literacy Tu/Th Resources SW 339 Research Writing (12-12:50 pm) M (9:30-10:45 am) HIS 303 US History, 1789-1850: M SW 402 Child Welfare Policies (1-3:45 pm) M EDEL 403-1 Mathematics for the Elementary W Emerging Nation SW 417 Social Welfare Policy II W School HIS 306-1 The U. S. Since 1945 (1-2:15 pm) Tu/Th (9-11:45 am) EDEL 403-2 Mathematics for the Elementary Tu/Th HIS 306-2 The U. S. Since 1945 Th SW 436 Social Work Practice II (9-11:45 am) M School (11 am-12:15 pm) HIS 330-1 History of Mississippi Tu/Th SW 575 Psychosocial Aspects of Aging Online EDEL 404-1 Science in the Elementary M/W (9:30-10:45 am) School (4:30-5:45 pm) * Taught through interactive video HIS 330-2 History of Mississippi Tu EDEL 404-2 Science in the Elementary Tu/Th HIS 355 Europe in the Late Middle Ages M/W School (1-2:15 pm) & Renaissance (1-2:15 pm) EDEL 531* Differentiated Instruction W HIS 358-1 Europe in the Age of Revolution, M/W (7-9:30 pm) Nationalism, and Empire, EDEL 621* Brain/Mind Theories & Thematic W 1789-1890 (9:30-10:45 am) Approach (4:15-6:45 pm) HIS 358-2 Europe in the Age of Revolution, W EDEL 627* Problems in Teaching Math II Tu Nationalism, and Empire, 1789-1890 (4:15-6:45 pm) EDEL 767 Field Study TBA Revised 08–03–2011 REGISTRATION AND CLASS LOCATION The University of Mississippi-DeSoto • Located at Northwest Mississippi Community College - DeSoto Center • 5197 W.E. Ross Parkway • Southaven, MS 38671 • Phone: (662) 342-4765 • Fax: (662) 342-5208 • Website: www.olemiss.edu/desoto THE UNIVERSITY OF MISSISSIPPI DESOTO-SOUTHAVEN ENROLLMENT INFORMATION *All students must be admitted & advised before registering for courses. APPLICATION AND ADMISSION: PARKING DECAL: Applicants are encouraged to apply for admission online at DO NOT REGISTER ONLINE. University of Mississippi parking www.olemiss.edu/desoto. If you prefer a paper application, a print- decals must be purchased by all University of Mississippi DeSoto able form is available on the website or at the UM-DeSoto Center Center students beginning this fall. The decals will cost $75 and office. Mississippi residents must pay a non-refundable $35 applica- will be valid on the Oxford campus as well as the DeSoto Center tion fee. The non-resident application fee is $50. campus. The decals will be sold on-site only, so please do not Applicants for admission (undergraduate or graduate) are advised to register online. submit the application for admission well in advance of the period in which enrollment is sought. Mail official transcripts from all prior TEXTBOOKS: colleges to the admissions office in Oxford. Applicants applying for Textbooks may be purchased through our online ordering system. the fall can find application deadlines on the academic calendar at Go to the UM-DeSoto website and click on “Order Textbooks” — www.olemiss.edu/depts/registrar/acal.html. Late application may www.olemiss.edu/desoto. require the applicant to register after classes begin and pay associ- ated late registration fees. (See academic calendar for details.) WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND: Deadline dates for withdrawals are listed in the academic calendar. All off-campus students MUST be admitted to The University of Refunds are computed based on the time of official notification of Mississippi before they will be allowed to register for courses. withdrawal according to the 2011 catalog. There are no refunds after the 10th class day—September 1st. A full refund will be granted if the IMMUNIZATION REQUIREMENT: class is cancelled by the University. All applicants born after January 1, 1957, must submit proof of two immunizations for measles and one for rubella prior to registration. **FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASS DOES NOT CONSTITUTE WITH- The medical history and certificate of compliance forms are available DRAWAL. Students are responsible for all schedule adjustments. at the UM-DeSoto office and at www.olemiss.edu/desoto. Drop/add is accomplished via the web. TUITION AND FEES: (subject to change) For information regarding billing and payment of tuition, call the 2011 FALL ACADEMIC CALENDAR Bursar at 1-800-891-4596 or visit www.olemiss.edu/depts/bursar. Classes meet one night a week (Monday-Thursday) The following is subject to change. from 6-8:45 pm unless otherwise noted. Resident Nonresident March 23-April 6 Academic Advising Undergraduate (per credit hour) $241.25 $616.50 Graduate (per credit hour) $322.00 $822.00 March 30-April 13 Priority Registration Undergraduate (3 credit hours) $723.75 $1,849.50 March 30-July 30 Phase 1 registration Graduate (3 credit hours) $966.00 $2,466.00 July 29 Application for first-time enrollment should Full-Time Fees Resident Nonresident be submitted no later than this date. Undergraduate (12-19 hours) $2,895.00 $7,398.00 August 1 Phase 2 registration. $50 registration fee Graduate (9-13 hours) $2,898.00 $7,398.00 assessed this date. August 2 Official Registration - 2:30 - 6 pm FINANCIAL AID: Steven Bennett, our financial aid representative is available at the August 21 Last day to officially cancel registration and DeSoto Center, Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9 am-6 pm. avoid responsibility for payment of tuition Call (662) 393-0744 or email email@example.com for financial and fees. aid assistance. To check and accept your financial aid awards online, August 22 Classes begin; registration fee ($100) please visit www.olemiss.edu/depts/financial_aid. Call the Ole Miss assessed this date; 100% refund (less 5% Financial Aid Services Help Line at 1-800-891-4596 for additional of fees or $100, whichever is less) on with- assistance. drawals through September 3. August 26 Students may add courses on a space REGISTRATION: available basis through this date. Registration is accomplished via the web. Students register for classes and make schedule adjustments using their Web ID. New students September 2 Last day to register or add classes (between August 28 and September 3 may may contact the office for instructions and assistance. add only with instructor’s approval.) Refund period ends. ADVISORS: On-going academic counseling is available during office hours at the September 3 $5 fee assessed per drop or add DeSoto Center throughout the semester. Please call the DeSoto September 5 Labor Day Holiday Center, (662) 342-4765, for an appointment. For newly admitted and currently enrolled students, go to the UM-DeSoto website and click October 3 Deadline for course withdrawals (no refund). on “Meet With an Advisor.” — www.olemiss.edu/desoto November 21-25 Thanksgiving Holidays December 2 Classes end December 5-9 Final Examinations REGISTRATION AND CLASS LOCATION The University of Mississippi-DeSoto Located at Northwest Mississippi Community College - DeSoto Center 5197 W.E. Ross Parkway Southaven, MS 38671 Phone: (662) 342-4765 Fax: (662) 342-5208 Website: www.olemiss.edu/desoto
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