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important dates                                     Summer 2009
 Spring 2009                                  College of UndergradUate StUdieS
awards Convocation for June 2009
Thursday June 18                                College of gradUate StUdieS
PM Time & Place TBA
                                                      and reSearCh
June 2009 graduation Ceremony
In SHS Center (DC, UG, GR)                        College of ChiropraCtiC
Friday, June 19 • 1:00 p.m.

 Summer 2009
pre-registration Begins
Monday, June 1
grades available Spring 2009
Wednesday, June 24
new Student orientation
July 8-10 • Wed.–Fri.
first tuesday
Tuesday, July 14
Club and Market day
Thursday, July 16
rights and responsibility
Wednesday, August 5
Ug (pre-dC) to dC transition Meeting
Wednesday, September 2
reactivation Meeting for Clubs
and organizations
Thursday, September 3
awards Convocation for September 2009
Thursday September 24
PM Time & Place TBA
Sept. 2009 graduation Ceremony
In SHS Center (DC only)
Friday, September 25 • 1:00 p.m.
additional activities planned Summer 2009
 • Braves’ Game
 • Cooking Class
 • Smoothies
 • Whitewater
For More Information Contact Student
Services 770-426-2700
This publication is to be used for planning
student schedules, consulting with
advisors, and registering for classes.
WELCOME TO LIFE UNIVERSITY



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                        Annex C Post Grad Office (Near C1 and C2)
                   See Dr. Bob Rabin (770) 426-2608 or (404) 964 5328




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 Free Food: BBQ Chicken & Beef Sandwiches,
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 Squeezed Lemonade & a Firecracker Dessert
 Free Student Designed T-Shirts • Games
                                         Life University Phone Directory

Campus Emergency (770) 426-2911                                C.C.E. Office Number (480) 443-8877
Nat. Board of Examiners (970) 356-9100                         C.C.E. Fax Number (480) 483-7333

Office                                        Telephone        Office                                     Telephone
Accounting                                    (770) 426-2630   Institutional Research                     (770) 426-2654
Accounts - Payable                            (770) 426-2631   International Student Services             (770) 426-2835
Accounting - Payroll                          (770) 426-2799   Library                                    (770) 426-2688
Accounting - Student                          (770) 426-2626   Library A.V.                               (770) 426-2690
Admissions (New Student Development)          (770) 426-2884   Library Prod. Services                     (770) 426-2857
Alumni Relations                              (770) 426-2925   Life Center for Seniors                    (770) 426-2666
Archives                                      (770) 794-2905   Life Commons (Apts.)                       (770) 792-3098
Assembly Hotline                              (770) 426-2709   Mailroom                                   (770) 426-2679
Asst. Dean, College of Chiropractic           (770) 426-2797   Management/Business                        (770) 426-2750
Basic Sciences Division                       (770) 426-2718   Marketing, Communications & Publications   (770) 426-2975
Bookstore                                     (770) 426-2686   Natural Sciences Dept.                     (770) 426-2733
Business Department                           (770) 426-2750   Nutrition Dept.                            (770) 426-2736
Campus Café                                   (770) 792-6042   Office of Student Ambassadors              (770) 426-2722
Career Placement                              (770) 426-2700   Operations & Finance                       (770) 426-2647
Chiropractic Sciences Division                (770) 426-2709   Par Center                                 (770) 426-2723
Clinic - Administration                       (770) 426-2976   Personnel                                  (770) 426-2930
Clinic - Data Entry                           (770) 426-2643   Physical Plant - Custodial Services        (770) 426-2952
Clinic – Dean of Clinic                       (770) 426-2976   Physical Plant - Director                  (770) 426-2979
Clinic - Main (Outpatient)                    (770) 792-6100   Physical Plant - Grounds                   (770) 426-2952
Clinic - Main (Outpatient) Director           (770) 426-2640   Physical Plant - Leasing                   (770) 426-2874
Clinic - Main Hearing Impaired                (770) 794-3002   Physical Plant - Locksmith                 (770) 426-2865
Clinic - Main Rehab                           (770) 426-2749   Physical Plant - Maintenance.              (770) 426-2979
Clinic - Main X-ray                           (770) 426-2766   Police Department - Director               (770) 426-2681
Clinic - Outreach                             (770) 426-2680   Police Department - Dispatch               (770) 426-2911
Clinic - P.E.A.K. Program                     (770) 426-2980   Police Department - Hearing Impaired       (770) 792-6033
Clinic - Records                              (770) 792-6100   Post Graduate and Continuing Education.    (770) 426-2753
Clinic - Student                              (770) 426-2664   President’s Office                         (770) 426-2601
Clinic - Student Director                     (770) 426-2633   Provost’s Office                           (770) 426-2695
Clinical Sciences Division                    (770) 426-2741   Purchasing                                 (770) 426-2960
College Graduate and Undergraduate Studies    (770) 426-2697   Recruiting                                 (770) 426-2751
College of Chiropractic                       (770) 426-2757   Registrar’s Office                         (770) 426-2780
Counseling                                    (770) 426-2725   Research Center                            (770) 426-2636
Development                                   (770) 426-2975   Sports Health Science Dept.                (770) 426-2771
Diagnostic Imaging                            (770) 426-2669   Student Council                            (770) 792-6041
Events                                        (770) 426-2809   Student Success Center                     (770) 426-2725
Executive Office                              (770) 426-2601   Student Life Intramural                    (770) 426-2765
Financial Aid                                 (770) 426-2901   Student Services                           (770) 426-2700
General Studies, Department                   (770) 426-2697   Switchboard                                (770) 426-2600
Human Resources                               (770) 426-2930   Telephone Grades                           (770) 426-2800
Information Tech. - AV Prod. Serv.& Support   (770) 794-3029   Telephone Registration                     (770) 426-2800
Information Tech. - Multimedia Services       (770) 794-3040   Tours & Campus Visit                       (770) 426-2884
Information Tech.- Department                 (770) 426-2624   Transitional Studies                       (770) 426-2750
Information Tech. - Director                  (770) 426-2644   Tree House Center                          (770) 792-6051
Information Tech. Network/Internet            (770) 426-2618   University Info #                          (770) 426-2815
Information Tech Services                     (770) 426-2844   Veteran's Affairs                          (770) 426-2780
Institutional Planning & Effectiveness        (770) 426-2615   Wellness Center                            (770) 426-2870



                                                    FAX NUMBERS
Accounting (770) 426-2772                 Alumni (770) 792-6126               Registrar (770) 426-2872
Admissions (770) 426-2895                 Financial Aid (770) 426-2926        Student Services(770) 426-2677
                                   SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS         4




                                         Since Spring 2009 Quarter
 The Academic Quarterly has been available online only (Including Schedules)
                  Required Academic Records Review for 12th qtr. Students
12th Quarter:
Records review is mandatory whether you petition to graduate or not. Mandatory records review for December
2009 and March 2010 prospective graduates will start Monday, July 27, 2009 and end Friday, August 7, 2009.
You must come to the Registrar’s office during the weeks, June 15 - July 13, 2009 to sign up for your quarter’s
review time.

     FINANCIAL AID SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY IS BEING MODIFIED
                                                     See Page 27 for details

      Life Clinics and PEAK Program in Sweden Invite Student Participation
The Life University PEAK (Practice, Excellence, Art and Knowledge) Program now offers a wonderful opportunity at the
Kiropraktisk Center in Varnamo in central Sweden, a region known for its natural beauty and outdoor activities.


The next openings for the program are in Fall Quarter. Student interns currently in 11th or 12th quarter
should start planning now if they wish to participate.
For information, contact Caroline Anderson at 770-426-2906 or caroline.anderson@life.edu.



           Requirements to Participate in the Graduation Ceremonies
Doctor of Chiropractic Students may participate in the graduation ceremonies if they have
already completed or are scheduled to complete their requirements in the quarter in which they are graduating.
         (Ceremonies are to be held four times a year, March, June, September and December.)

Undergraduate Students may participate in the graduation ceremonies if they have already
completed or are scheduled to complete their requirements in the quarter in which they are graduating. For
example, March graduates and potential June graduates will be eligible to participate in the June Ceremony and the September
graduates and potential December graduates will be eligible to participate in the December Ceremony
            (Ceremonies for Undergraduate degrees are to be held twice a year, June & December)

Graduate Students may participate in the graduation ceremonies if they meet the eligibility
requirements as set by the Graduate Faculty (Have completed all graduation requirements including having
taken comprehensive exams). For example, March graduates and potential June graduates will be eligible to participate in the
June Ceremony and the September graduates and potential December graduates will be eligible to participate in the December
Ceremony
              (Ceremonies for Master’s degree are to be held twice a year, June & December)

         The University reserves the right to alter the minimum
         requirements to participate in graduation ceremonies.
                                                                         TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                                                                                             Grade Availability and Grade Change .........28-29
Calendar Dates to Remember... .........................................................ii-iii
                                                                                                                             Graduation, Participation & Records Review...29
Announcements and General Information...................................... 1-5
                                                                                                                             Transcripts & Graduation Documents..............30
          Board of Trustees–Tuition Rates Eff. SU 2009 .............. 1
                                                                                                                             Enrollment Verification and Status ....................30
          Campus Security................................................................... 1-2
                                                                                                         Registration Information and Procedures ....................................31-39
          Information Technology
                                                                                                                   Registration Definitions and Guidelines ......................31-33
                    Student Email, Blackboard, Web Advisor ...... 2-4
                                                                                                                             Including Independent Study & Audit........32
          International Student Services ............................................... 4
                                                                                                                   Pre-registration Time Summary...........................................34
          Learning Resource Center – Library..................................... 5
                                                                                                                   Web Registration Procedures ........................................34-35
          Sports and Wellness – ............................................................. 5
                                                                                                                   NBCE Registration Reminders......................................34-35
                    Athletics –Club Sports............................................ 5
                                                                                                                   Pre-registration Schedule for COC & CUS ........ 36-39
          Student Success Center ....................................................... 5-6
                                                                                                         Advisement and Schedules..............................................................40-97
                    Acad. Support, Counseling, Disability Serv........ 5
                                                                                                                   College of Undergraduate Studies (CUS) .......................40-61
                    Dry Lab Documentation Policy........................ 5-6
                                                                                                                             Advisement .............................................................40
                    Make-up Testing ..................................................... 6
                                                                                                                             Undergraduate..................................................40-61
College of Undergraduate Studies UG Announcements ......................... 6
                                                                                                                                  Advisor’s List .................................................40
          Assembly Policies..................................................................... 6
                                                                                                                                  Biology & Pre-DC...................................41-42
                    Core Proficiencies Policy ....................................... 6
                                                                                                                                  UG Course Offerings .............................44-57
College of Chiropractic Announcements ....................................... 6-21
                                                                                                                                       Courses & Prerequisites.................44-49
          Clinic Course Announcements.............................................. 6
                                                                                                                                       Humanities & Social Sciences ......50-51
                    CPR Requirement for Clinic ............................. 6-7
                                                                                                                                       Evening and Weekend Sum. 2009 ....51
          Clinic Practicum Announcements................................... 7-11
                                                                                                                                       Accelerated Courses Sum. 2009 ........52
          Academic Announcements ............................................ 11-21
                                                                                                                   Summer 2009 UG Class Scheduling ........................53-59
                    OSCE ......................................................................11
                                                                                                                             Life University’s West Campus Offerings.........59
                    CLET 3757 Knowledge Competency Exam..11-12
                                                                                                                   Summer 2009 UG Final Exam Schedule................60-61
          Assembly Policies (A Graduation Requirement) .........................12
                                                                                                                   College of Graduate Studies & Research (CGSR) ........62-63
          Graduation Research Tract ..................................................12
                                                                                                                                  Advisor’s List .................................................62
          Canadian Board Information 2009 ...............................13
                                                                                                                                  Degree Offerings...........................................62
          National Board Information 2010 ........................... 13-14
                                                                                                                                  Course Offerings & Prerequisites...............62
                    NBCE Qualifying Requirements ........................13
                                                                                                                   Summer 2009 GR Class Scheduling...............................63
                    NBCE Deadlines & Test Dates..........................13
                                                                                                                   College of Chiropractic ...................................................64-97
                    Special NBCE Prep Assemblies .........................14
                                                                                                                             Advisement .............................................................64
          State Board Alerts and Contact Information .............. 14-16
                                                                                                                                  Advisor’s List .................................................64
          PPBM 46XX Quarterly Session Offerings ........................17
                                                                                                                                  DCP Course Offerings...........................64-66
          Conversion Planning for Discontinued Courses..............18
                                                                                                                                  DCP Course Prerequisites .....................67-70
          Spring 2009 DCP Final Exams ................................. 18-20
                                                                                                                                  Curricular & Resequencing Notes 2009 ....70
                    DCP Electives from Sport Health Science .......18
                                                                                                                   Summer 2009 DCP Class Scheduling......................71-98
                    DCP Final Exam Schedule .................................19
                                                                                                                                  1st Qtr Class Schedules .................................71
                    Final Exam Center Rules & Procedures............20
                                                                                                                                  2nd Qtr Class Schedules ..........................72-73
Student Administrative Services
                                                                                                                                  3rd Qtr Class Schedules...........................73-75
          Accounting Information ................................................. 21-24
                                                                                                                                  4th Qtr Class Schedules...........................75-78
                    Tuition & Fee Schedules – New Sum. 2009 ...21
                                                                                                                                  5th Qtr Class Schedules...........................78-80
                    Foreign Discount Policy.......................................21
                                                                                                                                  6th Qtr Class Schedules...........................80-82
                    Emergency Loan....................................................21
                                                                                                                                  7th Qtr Class Schedules...........................83-85
                    Payment Policies and Due Dates.................. 21-22
                                                                                                                                  8th Qtr Class Schedules...........................86-87
                    Direct Deposit .......................................................23
                                                                                                                                  9th Qtr Class Schedules...........................87-89
                    Disbursement Policies .................................... 22-23
                                                                                                                                  10th Qtr Class Schedules.........................89-90
                    Withdrawal & Dropped Class Refunds ....... 23-24
                                                                                                                                  11th Qtr Class Schedules.........................90-92
Financial Aid Information Policies and Dates ............................ 24-27
                                                                                                                                  12th Qtr Class Schedules...............................93
                    Veterans Administration Eligibility ....................24
                                                                                                                                  13th Qtr Class Schedules.........................94-95
                    Financial Aid Awarding Policy...........................24
                                                                                                                                  14th Qtr Class Schedules...............................95
                    Satisfactory Academic Policies (SAP) .......... 24-25
                                                                                                                                  Discontinued Academic Courses................95
                    Scholarships, Grants, Loans & Work Study25-27
                                                                                                                                  Clinic Course Schedules .........................95-96
                    Eligibility for Budget Increase (Including NBCE) ...27
                                                                                                                                  Previously Numbered Clinic Courses .......97
                    NBCE Check Issuance by LU ............................27
                                                                                                                                  Elective Course Schedules .....................97-98
Student Services (Formerly Student Life) now includes Registrar’s Office
                                                                                                         Campus Guide & Map ……………………….. Inside Back Cover
          Registrar’s Office Policies and Procedures.................. 28-30
                                                                                                         University Telephone Directory..........................................Back Cover
                    Academic Records Change ..................................28
                    Family Educational Rights & Privacy Act (FERPA) ....28


     Additional Information is available in the new Life University Catalog – See web site www.life.edu for more

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                                              Spring 2009: Dates to Remember
Winter 2009: Dates to Remember
Mon, 05/25 Memorial Day (School Closed)                                  Wed, 6/17-6/20 Final Exams 2nd 5wk UG
Tue, 05/26 Last day to 10 wk Drop Classes                                Thu, 06/18 Graduation Rehearsal - 11-1pm
Mon, 06/01 Start CAS-UG 2nd 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn                       Thu, 6/18 Awards Convocation pm TBA
Classes graded “WF” or “WNP”                                             Fri, 06/19 Graduation 1:00 pm
Mon, 06/08 Last day to Drop Classes for 2nd 5 wk UG                      Fri, 06/19 Academic Grades Due
Mon, 06/08 Last Day to Withdraw from all classes & programs              Sat, 06/20 Last Day for achieving Clinic Qtr. Milestone
Mon, 6/15-6/18 Final Exams for DC, 10 week UG, & MS                      Sat, 06/20 End of Quarter
Tues, 06/16 Classes End 2nd 5wk UG                                       Mon, 06/22 All Grades Due


                                            Summer 2009: Dates to Remember
Mon, 6/01-6/23 Pre-Registration All programs                             Fri, 08/14 Classes End 1st 5wk UG & MS
Wed, 6/24-7/15 Registration returning students                           Mon, 8/17-8/18 Final Exams -1st 5wk UG & MS
Fri, 07/03 July 4 Holiday Observance (School Closed)                     Tue, 08/18 Registration 2nd 5wk UG & MS
Tue, 07/07 National Board Application Deadline                           Wed, 08/19 Registration 2nd 5wk UG & MS Ends 1:00 pm
Wed, 07/08 All Faculty return to Campus                                  Wed, 08/19 Classes Begin 2nd 5wk UG & MS
Wed, 07/08 Dr. Riekeman “Getting to Well”                                Mon, 08/24 Start COC & CAS 10 wk Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Wed, 07/08-07/10 New Student Orientation/Advisement Registration                      graded “WF” or “WNP”
Mon, 07/13 Classes Begin All programs                                    Mon, 08/31 Last Day to Drop 10 wk Classes
Tue, 07/14 “First Tuesday” Welcome Back 11:00-1:00 pm                    Mon, 09/07 Labor Day (School Closed)
Tue, 07/14 Last Day to Add UG & MS 1st 5 wk                              Mon, 09/07 Start CAS-UG 2nd 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Wed, 07/15 Registration Ends COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                                      graded “WF” or “WNP”
Thu, 07/16-07/17 Add/Drop Classes with fees COC, UG 10 wk, & MS          Fri, 9/11-9/13 Nat. Boards Part I, 2, 3, PT Exams (No DCP Classes)
Fri, 07/17 Last Day to Add Classes COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                   Mon, 09/14 Last Day to Drop Classes for 2nd 5wk UG & MS
Fri, 07/17 Last Day to Drop Classes without Tuition forfeiture           Mon, 09/14 Last day to withdraw from all classes all programs
Mon, 07/20 All Drop or Withdrawn Classes start being graded “W “         Sat, 09/19 Rosh Hashanah
Tue, 07/21 National Board Late Application Postmark Due Date             Mon, 9/21-9/24 Final Exams for DC, MS & 10 week UG
Wed, 07/29 Last Day for UG to change from 5 to 10 wk classes             Tues, 09/22 Classes End 2nd 5wk UG
Fri, 07/31 Last day to sign up for Written Comp. Exams MS                Wed, 9/23-9/25 Final Exams 2nd 5wk UG
Mon, 08/03 Start CAS-UG 1st 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes graded        Thu, 9/24 Awards Convocation pm TBA
             “WF” or “WNP”                                               Fri, 09/25 Graduation 1:00 pm
Wed, 08/05 COC Assessment Day - OSCE Exams                               Fri, 09/25 Academic Grades Due
Wed, 08/05 Dr. Riekeman “Rights and Responsibilities”                    Sat, 09/26 Last Day for achieving Clinic Qtr. Milestone
Fri, 08/07 Written Comprehensive Final Examination MS                    Sat, 09/26 End of Quarter
Mon, 08/10 Last Day to Drop 1st 5wk classes                              Mon, 09/28 All Grades Due
Tue, 08/11 National Board Application Part IV Deadline                   Mon, 09/28 Yom Kippur

                                                Fall 2009: Dates to Remember
08/31-9/29 Pre-Registration All programs                                 Wed, 11/11 Registration 2nd 5wk UG Ends 1:00 pm
9/30-10/07 Registration returning students (All Programs)                Wed, 11/11 Classes Begin 2nd 5wk UG
Wed, 9/30 All Faculty return to Campus                                   Fri, 11/13-15 National Board Part IV Exam
Wed, 9/30 Dr. Riekeman “Getting to Well”                                 (NBCE Using C1, C2, C113, C115, C117 on Friday
Wed, 9/30-10/02 New Student Orientation/Advisement Registration            Cancelled classes may be re-scheduled contact instructor)
Mon, 10/05 Classes Begin All programs                                    Mon, 11/16 Start COC & CAS 10 wk Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Tue, 10/06 “First Tuesday” Welcome Back 11:00-1:00 pm                                graded “WF” or “WNP”
Tue, 10/06 Last Day to Register 1st 5 wk UG                              Mon, 11/23 Last Day to Drop 10 wk Classes
Wed, 10/07 Registration Ends COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                         Thu, 11/26-27 Thanksgiving (School Closed)
Thu, 10/08 Yom Kippur                                                    Mon, 11/30 Start CAS-UG 2nd 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Thu, 10/08-10/9 Add/Drop Classes with fees COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                       graded “WF” or “WNP”
Fri, 10/9 Last Day to Add Classes (COC, UG 10 wk, & MS)                  Mon, 12/07 Last Day to Drop 2nd 5wk Classes
Fri, 10/9 Last Day to Drop Classes without Tuition Forfeiture            Mon, 12/07 Last Day to Withdraw (from all classes & programs)
Mon, 10/12 All Drop or Withdrawn Classes start being graded “W”          Sat, 12/12 MS Classes End
Thu, 10/15-18/09 Life University Lyceum (Homecoming)                     12/14-12/17 Final Exams for DC, UG 10 wk, & MS
Wed, 10/21 Last Day for UG to change from 5 to 10 wk classes             Tue, 12/15 Classes End 2nd 5wk UG
Fri, 10/23 Last day to sign up for Written Comp. Exams MS                12/16-12/19 Final Exams 2nd 5wk UG
Mon, 10/26 Start CAS-UG 1st 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes graded        Thu, 12/17 Graduation Rehearsal -11am – 1pm
             “WF” or “WNP”                                               Fri, 12/18 Awards Convocation am TBA
Wed, 10/28 COC Assessment Day - OSCE Exams                               Fri, 12/18 Graduation 1:00 pm
Wed, 10/28 Dr. Riekeman “Rights and Responsibilities”                    Fri, 12/18 Academic Grades Due
Fri, 10/30 Written Comprehensive Final Examination MS                    Sat, 12/19 Last Day for achieving Clinic Qtr. Milestone
Mon. 11/2 Last Day to Drop 1st 5 wk classes                              Sat, 12/19 End of Quarter
Fri, 11/06 Classes End 1st 5wk UG                                        Mon, 12/21 All Grades Due
11/9-11/10 Final Exams -1st 5wk UG                                       TBD Winter Break (School Closed
Tue, 11/10 Orientation/Registration 2nd 5wk UG                           Fri, 12/25/09 Christmas (School Closed)
                                                                         Tue, 01/12/10 National Board Application Deadline
                                                                    ii
                                            Winter 2010: Dates to Remember

11/30-12/22 Pre-Registration All programs-                                Tue, 02/09 National Board Part IV Application Due
Wed, 12/23 Registration begins returning students (All Programs)          Fri., 02/12 Classes End 1st 5wk UG
Fri, 01/01/09 New Year’s Day Holiday (School Closed)                      Mon, 02/15-02/17 Final Exams -1st 5wk UG
Wed, 01/06 All Faculty return to Campus                                   Tue, 02/17 Registration 2nd 5wk UG
Wed, 01/6 Dr. Riekeman “Getting to Well”                                  Wed, 2/18 Registration 2nd 5wk UG Ends 1:00 pm
Wed, 01/6-01/8 New Student Orientation/Advisement Registration            Wed, 2/18 Classes Begin 2nd 5wk UG
Mon, 01/11 Classes Begin All programs                                     Mon, 02/22 Start COC & CAS 10 wk Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Tue, 01/12 “First Tuesday” Welcome Back 11:00 -1:00 pm                                 graded “WF” or “WNP”
Tue, 01/12 Life University’s National Board App. Deadline                 Mon, 03/01 Last Day to Drop Classes
Tue, 01/12 Last day to add 1st 5wk UG                                     Sat, 03/06 End of Quarter 14th qtr. Classes
Wed, 01/13 Registration Ends COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                          Mon, 03/8 Start CAS-UG 2nd 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn
Thu, 01/14-01/15 Add/Drop Classes with fees COC, UG 10 wk, & MS           Classes graded “WF” or “WNP”
Fri, 01/15 Last Day to Add Classes COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                    Fri, 03/12-14 Nat. Boards Part I, II, III, PT Exams (No DCP Classes)
Fri, 01/15 Last Day to Drop Classes without Tuition forfeiture            Mon, 03/15 Last Day to Drop 2nd 5wk Classes
Mon, 01/18 Martin Luther King Holiday (No Classes)                        Mon, 03/15 Last Day to Withdraw (from all classes & programs)
Tues, 01/19 All Drop or Withdrawn Classes start being graded “W”          Mon, 3/223-3/25 Final Exams for DC, UG 10 wk, & MS
Tue, 01/19 National Board Late Application Post Mark Due Date             Tues, 03/23 Classes End 2nd 5wk UG
Wed, 01/27 Last Day for UG to change from 5 to 10 wk classes              3/24-3/26 Final Exams 2nd 5wk UG
Fri, 01/29 Last day to sign up for Written Comp. Exams MS                 Thu, 3/25 Awards Convocation pm TBA
Mon, 02/01 Start CAS-UG 1st 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes graded         Fri, 3/26 Graduation 1:00 pm
             “WF” or “WNP”                                                Fri, 3/26 Academic Grades Due
Wed, 02/03 COC Assessment Day - OSCE Exams                                Sat, 3/27 Last Day for achieving Clinic Qtr. Milestone
Wed, 02/03 Dr. Riekeman “Rights and Responsibilities”                     Sat, 03/27 End of Quarter
Fri, 02/05 Written Comprehensive Final Examination MS                     Mon, 03/29 All Grades Due
Tue, 02/08 Last Day to Drop 1st 5 wk classes

                                            Spring 2010: Dates to Remember
Mon, 03/01-3/30 Pre-Registration All programs                             Mon, 5/10-5/11 Final Exams -1st 5wk UG
Tue, 03/30 Passover                                                       Tue, 05/11 Registration 2nd 5wk UG
Wed, 03/31 Registration begins returning students (All Programs)          Wed, 05/12 Classes Begin 2nd 5wk UG
Wed, 03/31 All Faculty return to Campus                                   Wed, 05/12 Registration 2nd 5wk UG Ends 1:00 pm
Wed, 03/31 Dr. Riekeman “Getting to Well”                                 Fri, 5/14-5/16 National Board Part IV Exam
Wed, 03/31 -04/02 New Student Orientation/Advisement Registration         (NBCE Using C1, C2, C113, C115, C117 on Friday
Fri, 04/02 Good Friday (School Closed)                                      Cancelled classes may be re-scheduled contact instructor)
Mon, 04/05 Classes Begin All programs                                     Mon, 05/17 Start COC & CAS 10 wk Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Tue, 04/06 “First Tuesday” Welcome Back 11:00-1:00 pm                                 graded “WF” or “WNP”
Tue, 04/06 Last day to add UG 1st 5wk                                     Tue, 05/25 Last day to 10 wk Drop Classes
Wed, 04/07 Registration Ends (COC, UG 10 wk, & MS)                        Mon, 05/31 Memorial Day (School Closed)
Thu, 04/8 Add/Drop Classes with fees COC, UG 10 wk, & MS                  Mon, 05/31 Start CAS-UG 2nd 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes
Thu, 04/8 Last Day to Add Classes (COC, UG 10 wk & MS)                                graded “WF” or “WNP”
Thu, 04/8 Last Day to Drop Classes without Tuition forfeiture             Mon, 06/07 Last day to Drop Classes for 2nd 5 wk UG
Mon, 04/12 All Drop or Withdrawn Classes start being graded “W”           Mon, 06/07 Last Day to Withdraw from all classes & programs
Wed, 04/21 Last day for UG to change from 5 to 10 week classes            Mon, 6/14-6/17 Final Exams for DC, 10 week UG, & MS
Fri, 04/23 Last day to sign up for Written Comp. Exams MS                 Tues, 06/15 Classes End 2nd 5wk UG
Mon, 04/26 Start CAS-UG 1st 5 wk. Drop & Withdrawn Classes graded         Wed, 6/16-6/19 Final Exams 2nd 5wk UG
             “WF” or “WNP”                                                Thu, 06/17 Graduation Rehearsal - 11-1pm
Wed, 04/28 COC Assessment Day - OSCE Exams                                Thu, 6/17 Awards Convocation pm TBA
Wed, 04/28 Dr. Riekeman “Rights and Responsibilities”                     Fri, 06/18 Graduation 1:00 pm
Fri, 04/30 Written Comprehensive Final Examination MS                     Fri, 06/18 Academic Grades Due
Mon, 05/03 Last day to drop classes 1st 5 wk UG                           Sat, 06/19 Last Day for achieving Clinic Qtr. Milestone
Fri, 05/07 Classes End 1st 5wk UG                                         Sat, 06/19 End of Quarter
                                                                          Mon, 06/21 All Grades Due


Life University is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (1866 Southern Lane,
Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097: Telephone number 404-679-4501) to award the Doctor of Chiropractic, Master of Science, Bachelor of
Science and Associate of Science degrees.
"The Doctor of Chiropractic degree program of Life University's College of Chiropractic is accredited by the Commission on
Accreditation of the Council on Chiropractic Education, 8049 North 85th Way, Scottsdale, AZ 85258-4321. Tel : 480-443-8877." Any
quest ions or complaints regarding Life University' s compliance with CCE' s accrediting criteria should be addressed, telephoned and/or
faxed as above.




                                                                    iii
                                                                               The Core Life Proficiencies
                                                          In conjunction with providing health care degree programs, Life University is
                                                          committed to delivering an education designed around a set of core proficiencies that
                                                          advance personal integrity and provide the foundation for professional success, social
                                                          contribution and cultural change. These proficiencies distinguish a Life University
                                                          education.
Belief Systems and Performance                                                Integrity and Citizenship
Life University will expose its students to a range of                        Integrity provides the underpinning for the responsible exercise
contemporary intellectual approaches and technologies that will               of our rights and responsibilities as human beings. Integrity
help them reach higher levels of performance and success.                     leads to empowerment and excellence, while a lack of integrity
Students will learn criteria by which to judge the usefulness of              results in mediocrity. Life University teaches students how to
certain technologies and their applicability to their learning                manage personal integrity and function as valued citizens within
styles.                                                                       the academic, health care and larger communities.

Communication and Relationship Theory/Skills                                  Leadership and Entrepreneurship
An ability to communicate effectively and the capacity for                    Extensive research available today outlines the hallmarks of
building relationships with others are critical factors in personal,          effective leadership. Life University draws on this body of
business and life success. These skills can be developed. Life                knowledge and teaches students how to apply it in an
University will challenge its students to develop and utilize the             entrepreneurial setting to build a successful business or
skills of effective listening, empathy, interpersonal skills and              organization.
public speaking to create clear communications and foster
meaningful professional relationships with members of the                     Learning Theory/Critical Thinking
public, patients, colleagues and key opinion leaders.                         Life University engages students in critical thinking by teaching
                                                                              them how to gather meaningful data, synthesize new
Contemporary Scientific Paradigms                                             information with existing knowledge, think independently and
For thousands of years and especially since Sir Isaac Newton,                 search for practical application of their knowledge in
humankind’s scientific understanding of the functioning of the                professional practice and daily life. We exhort our students to
universe has been based largely on a mechanistic model.                       not only learn skills, but to become innovators who contribute
Contemporary quantum physics opens the door to a much more                    positively to their communities.
vitalistic understanding of human dynamics. Life University will
expose our students to the implications of these models                       Philosophy of Human Existence and Health Care Policy
especially as they apply to research in health care.                          Health care systems evolve from health care philosophies.
                                                                              Although our most institutionalized systems today revolve
Integrative Change                                                            around a mechanistic view of health, Life University sees value
Because change is one of the few constants in today’s                         in a vitalistic view of human function. With a growing body of
professional environments, an educated person must learn how                  evidence to support vitalistic concepts in the health care milieu,
to evaluate, plan for and effectively use the element of change to            Life University will help spearhead changes that will
impact controlled differences in the world. Life University will              revolutionize our nation’s approach to health care. Our faculty
expose students to tested theories and concepts and help them                 will clearly identify these key issues for students and teach them
evaluate their usefulness. Students will also learn how people                how to evaluate new information and direct professional
integrate and accept new philosophies and skills for                          dialogues that will lead to new health care policy.
communicating new concepts of health care.


                                               LIFE UNIVERSITY HONOR CODE
All members of the Life University community are entrusted                    As individuals and members of the Life University community,
with the responsibility of upholding ethical goals and values.                we commit ourselves to act with civility, honesty, and
Essential to the fundamental purpose of Life University is a                  responsibility, and above all, with integrity and honor. We are
personal commitment to the principles of citizenship and                      accountable for all that we say, write and do. We are responsible
integrity.                                                                    for the academic integrity of our work. We pledge that we will
                                                                              not misrepresent our work, nor give or receive unauthorized aid.
Integrity provides the underpinning for the responsible exercise              We commit ourselves to behave in a manner which
of our rights and responsibilities as civil human beings within               demonstrates concern for the personal dignity, rights and
our community. Integrity leads to empowerment and excellence,                 freedoms of all members of the community. We are respectful of
while a lack of integrity results in mediocrity. Life University              Life University property and the property of others. We will not
teaches students how to achieve and maintain personal integrity               tolerate a lack of respect for these values by anyone.
and function as valued citizens within the academic, health care
and larger communities.                                                          “INTEGRITY; CARRY IT WITH YOU”

                                                                        iv
                             ANNOUNCEMENTS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
                                                      Board of Trustees and Campus Security

BOARD OF TRUSTEES ANNOUNCEMENTS                                                       1.    Handicapped Parking: Life University honors handicap
                                                                                            placards and plates from all states. It is our policy to ticket
 Summer 2009 - University Fees & College Tuition Changes                                    and impound vehicles occupying handicap-parking spaces
After the April 2009 meeting of the Life University Board of Trustees, the                  without displaying the proper placard or plate. Drivers who
                                                                                            manifest a need for handicapped parking can make
following tuition and fees will be imposed Summer 2009.                                     application for such parking through our Police Dept. Life
1. UG Tuition from $$163.00 to $169.00 per credit.                                          University adheres to the requirements for handicap parking
2. MS Tuition from $192.50 to $199.00 per credit.                                           set forth in the Georgia Code Section 40-6-222. So that we
3. COC DCP tuition from $255.00 to $265.00 per credit.                                      can access the number of spaces needed, and to validate
4. CLIN 5700 X0, CLIN 5800 X0, PUBH 5545, & PUBH 5850                                       those placards and plates in use, it is a requirement that the
     Practicum costs are raised to $265.00 each. (Billed as Tuition)                        users of handicap parking register with the Police Dept.
                                                                                            Headquarters. Upon registering, a special decal will be
Life University Dis-enrollment Fee                                                          issued that must be affixed to the vehicle. Those who may
For students whom have not paid their tuition & fees in a timely manner                     develop a need for handicap parking after enrolling must
                                                                                            make application for such parking through the Police Dept.
Be it resolved, that the Board of Trustees of Life University                         2.    Lost and Found: University employees please call the
hereby approves a dis-enrollment fee of Ten Percent (10.0%) of                              Police Dept. at extension 2681 to report lost or found items
the unpaid balance of tuition for the quarter in which the dis-                             and a representative will pick up any found items. Students
enrollment occurs. This fee was implemented Fall Quarter 2006.                              please mark your possessions with identifying marks or
                                                                                            numbers and make sure you have a current phone number
               GENERAL INFORMATION                                                          with the Registrar so we can get items lost back to you. All
                                                                                            found items should be turned into the Police Dept. office
Public Safety Department:                                                                   located in 1085 Barclay Circle.
Student’s Right To Know and Annual Security Report                                    3.    The Commons’ Residents: You must register your car for
This report is available to all students & employees. Copies may                            a standard student decal. Also, help us monitor your homes
be obtained from Life University Police Department Office,                                  and parking lots even more efficiently by obtaining
                                                                                            temporary passes for your visitor’s cars. We can protect
located in 1085 Barclay Circle. This info is available on the                               you better if we know to whom unregistered vehicles
Internet at web address: www.life.edu under the “Student Life”                              belong.
then “Campus Security” headings. You can find info regarding:                         4.    Crime Prevention Programs: Programs are available
                                                                                            through the Police Dept. Office. Call 770-426-2681 to view
●    Alcohol/Drug Abuse Prevention Drug Policy                                              the material or arrange a session of crime prevention
●    Animals on Campus                                                                      instruction.
●    Crime Prevention                                                                 5.    Theft of book bags and purses continue to be our most
●    Crime Stats as Reported to Life Univ. P. D.                                            common crime on campus. Please attend to your
●    Driving on Campus                                                                      property with great attention. Keep unneeded items locked
●    Handicapped Parking                                                                    up, out of sight, in your vehicle and always take your book
                                                                                            bags, purses, doctor’s bags and briefcases with you when
●    Lockers                                                                                you leave your classrooms.
●    Lost and Found
●    Monitoring Off Campus Student Criminal Activities                                Police Department Vehicle and Driving Notes
●    Parking Fines (Tickets)                                                          It is a privilege and convenience to have a vehicle on University
●    Parking Restrictions                                                             property. With this privilege comes your responsibility to follow
●    Parking Ticket Appeal                                                            the University‘s policies concerning the use of your vehicle on
●    Passes on Campus                                                                 campus grounds.
●    Police Procedures & Access to Univ. Facilities
●    Registration of Vehicles                                                         The following rules represent the expectations for you and your
                                                                                      use of a vehicle while on campus:
●    Reporting Criminal Actions & Other Emergencies on Campus
●    The Procedures for Institutional Sanctions                                       1. Vehicle Decal Requirement:
●    Towing of Vehicles                                                                  All vehicles on Life University property are required to be
●    Track/field                                                                         registered and display a parking decal or temporary permit. The
●    University Law Enforcement                                                          decals or permits can be picked up at the Public Safety/Police
                                                                                         Dept. office located in 1085 Barclay Circle. Student decals
University Law Enforcement                                                               should be displayed on the bottom left side of the rear window.
Life University Police Department is a law enforcement agency                            The decal must be permanently affixed and displayed where it
and can therefore enforce all laws of the State of Georgia. While                        can be seen and the number can be read. If the rear window is
we are a law enforcement agency, our goal is to protect our                              obstructed by louvers or cover, the decal may be displayed on
University community and to be a servant of their needs. The                             the rear bumper or the left side window. All visitors should
                                                                                         have a temporary parking permit. The permit should be
Department’s actions are directed at crime prevention, traffic                           displayed on the front dash of the vehicle at all times while on
safety and the maintenance of peace and order. This is only                              Life University property.
possible when all users of the University cooperate by reporting                         Improper Display of Decal----------------------------------------------- $25.00
all violation of state law observed on campus.                                           No Decal -------------------------------------------------------------------- $35.00
                                                                                         Altered/Forged or Stolen Decal (Violates Honor Code) --------- $50.00
                                                                                         and referral to Student Adjudication.

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                                                               Campus Security and Information Technology

2. Driving on Campus:                                                                                  INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY:
   The Life University Police Department can write tickets for                                         EMAIL: All official correspondence via e-mail from Life
   moving violations on University or State of Georgia tickets.                                               University will be sent to your LU email address.
   The University tickets will be paid through Student
   Accounting. The State of Georgia tickets will be processed                                                     ***Please Check Life E-Mail Daily ***
   through the State Court of Cobb County.
   For safety reasons, to protect the University Community
   (students, staff, visitors, etc.) and property, the speed limit on
   all Life University property is 10 MPH (unless posted
   differently).
   Exceeding Speed Limit on Barclay Circle ----------------State imposed fine
   Exceeding Speed Limit on other than Barclay Circle -------------- $35.00
   Disregarding Traffic Control by an officer working ----------------- $70.00
   Disregarding Traffic Control Sign-------------------------------------- $35.00
   Moving Barricades --------------------------------------------------------- $70.00
   Reckless Driving------------------------------------------------State imposed fine

3. Student Parking:
   Students must park in areas designated for student
   parking only while on campus (demarcated by yellow
   lines). Failure to comply will result in the following fines:
   Illegal Parking and/or vehicle in unmarked or unauthorized area --
   ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------$35.00
   Parking in Handicap spaces without displaying proper placard or plate                               1.   What’s My LU email address? (or another member of
    ------------------------------------------------------------------------------- $100.00                 the Life University Community)
                                                                                                            a. Go to the Life University webpage-
Payments:                                                                                                       http://www.life.edu
Payment of University issued tickets will be processed through
                                                                                                            b. Click on “Quick Links” “Directory”
Student Accounting.
                                                                                                            c. Type in your last name - find your official LU email
Unpaid University tickets will result in an Accounting Hold, which                                              address
will preclude a student from registering, receiving transcripts or
graduating until settled with Student Accounting.

Repeat Offenders/Violations:
Repeat violations may cause the driver and/or owner to lose
his/her driving and parking privileges on Life University campus
property.

Towing of Vehicles:
A vehicle will be towed at the owner/driver’s expense, if 3 tickets
(or more) have been issued on a vehicle and the tickets remain
unpaid. The owner/driver will have to come to the Police Dept.
Office after paying the tickets at Student Accounting to get a
release for the vehicle.

Vehicles are subject to be towed at owners expense at any time an
officer deems it necessary to maintain the safety or the efficient
traffic flow of Life University persons or property. Once the
wrecker service is called, the owner/driver of the vehicle is
responsible for any and all charges related to the towing.
                                                                                                       2.   How do I Check my email?
Neither Life University or officers of Life University Police Dept.                                         a. Go to the Life University webpage-
nor members of the Faculty/Staff are responsible for damage or                                                 http://www.life.edu
loss of property as a result of towing.
                                                                                                            b. Click on “Quick Links” “Webmail”
Appeals:                                                                                                       (http://webmail.student.life.edu)
Appeals related to an issued ticket will be handled by the Vice                                             c. USER NAME: is the first part of your email address.
President of Operations and Finance or Assistant to the Provost.                                               So, everything before the @ sign.
Appeals must be submitted in writing and may include discussion                                             d. PASSWORD: is the first initial of your first name and
with the appellant and issuing officer. After consideration, such
decisions will be final.                                                                                       the first initial of your last name and the last 4 digits of
                                                                                                               your SSN (if you don’t have a SSN, the last 4 digits of
These forms may be obtained at the Life University Police Dept.                                                your Student ID).
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                                                  GENERAL INFORMATION
                                               Campus Security and Information Technology




BLACKBOARD:
Blackboard is how you will communicate with your instructors
and get class assignments.
                                                                                WEB ADVISOR:
1.   How do I get to Blackboard?                                                WebAdvisor is one way you can register for classes, view your
     a. Go to the Life University webpage-                                      official final quarterly grades, track your Financial Aid, and
        http://www.life.edu                                                     review your Accounting balance.
     b. Click on “Quick Links” “Blackboard”                                     1. How do I get to Web Advisor?
     c. “Login”                                                                      a. If this your 1st time accessing Web Advisor, go to your
     d. USER NAME: is the first part of your email address.                                Life University e-mail account (see above) open and
        So, everything before the “@” sign.                                                read the email in your mailbox named “Life University
     e. PASSWORD: is the first initial of your first name and                              Web Advisor.”
        the first initial of your last name and the last 4 digits of
        your SSN.




                                                                                                                                       i.
                                                                                                  Write down your Web Advisor Login and
                                                                                              “Temporary” Password.
                                                                                    b.   Go to the Life University webpage-
                                                                                         http://www.life.edu
                                                                                    c.   Click on “Quick Links” and click on Web Advisor
                                                                                    d.   Click on Login




                                                                       page 3
                                               GENERAL INFORMATION
                                 Information Technology (cont.) and International Student Services

                                                                             The office serves as the official liaison with United States
                                                                             Citizenship and Immigration Service and will help
                                                                             international students in the following related areas:
                                                                                  1. Notifies USCIS when you move from Undergraduate
                                                                                      to Chiropractic program, or any other program change
                                                                                  2. Program extensions
                                                                                  3. Change of status
                                                                                  4. Reinstatements
                                                                                  5. School transfer notification procedures
                                                                                  6. Dependents and spouse (F-2 status)
                                                                                  7. Issues I-20’s
                                                                                  8. Certifications for overseas travel
                                                                                  9. Visa Renewals
                                                                                  10. Assist with off-campus work permission
                                                                                      (Economic hardship and Optional Practical Training)
                                                                                  11. Provides advisement of USCIS regulations and issues
                                                                                  12. Performs all other Designated School Official (DSO)
                                                                                      duties

    e.   USERNAME: get from email sent to you, or click on                   International Student Fulltime Enrollment Reminders
                                                                             International students issued I-20’s (F-1 status) are required by
         “What’s My User ID?”
                                                                             USCIS to register for a full course load. A full course load is 12
    f.   PASSWORD: get from email sent to you. If you forget
                                                                             quarter hours for undergraduates, 12 quarter hours for the
         it in the future, click on “Reset My Password” and it               Doctor of Chiropractic program, and 9 quarter hours for the
         will be emailed to you.                                             Masters Program. International students must also maintain
    g.   After you log in (the first time you access Web                     appropriate cum GPA levels 2.0 and above for UG & DCP and
         Advisor) you will be prompted to change your                        3.0 and above for Master’s.
         password. Your new password must contain both
         letters and numbers, be at least 6 characters in length             An international student (F-1 status) who takes less than a
         but not more than 8, and is case sensitive. You might               full course load will be considered by USCIS in technical
         want to make it the same as your Blackboard and Email               violation of status and in need of reinstatement. If USCIS
         passwords (the first initial of your first name and the             does not grant your reinstatement request you will be considered
         first initial of your last name and the last 4 digits of            “unlawfully present” and instructed to depart the United States.
         your SSN).                                                          Please see the International Student Advisor for more
                                                                             information.

INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES (ISS):                                        International students issued an I-20 for initial attendance,
International Student Services is responsive to the special                  transfer to Life University or move to a different educational
needs of international students.                                             level must bring the I-20 issued to them to the International
                                                                             Student Advisor after registration to complete USCIS reporting
The office, located within the Office of Admissions,                         requirements. The USCIS allows 15 days from registration to
provides counseling, advisement and service in the                           complete procedures. (New students bring your passport, I-94, and I-20.)
following areas:
1. United States Citizenship and Immigration Service (USCIS)                 IMPORTANT NOTE: USCIS holds the student
     regulations                                                             responsible for maintaining his or her immigration status.
2. Performs all Designated School Official (DSO) duties                      If you violate the law, USCIS holds you responsible, even if
3. Entrance requirements and procedures                                      you are not aware of the law. For immigration information
4. Personal, academic and cross-cultural issues                              visit Life University's web site at www.life.edu and click on
5. Adjustment to Life University, the United States and the                  International Student Services “Immigration Regulations” or ask
     local area                                                              your International Student Advisor.
6. Problems associated with being an international student
7. Provides a quarterly orientation/workshop to new                                      Our goal is to provide friendly, professional service.
     international students                                                     Please make an appointment with the International Student
8. Advisor for international student admission                                        Advisor in New Student Development Office;
9. Advocate on international student issues.                                         Located in Annex A or telephone 770-426-2703.
                                                                                           Email erin.brick-mcmanus@life.edu
                                                                                   Erin Brick-McManus, International Student Advisor




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                                                    GENERAL INFORMATION
                                Learning Resource Center, Sports and Wellness, and Student Success Center

LEARNING RESOURCE CENTER (LRC)/LIBRARY:                                       Golf Club. All skill levels
New printing and copying services and PC access services are                  Chris Gordon             912-571-6293
available to students offered through an improved PC management               Chad Taylor              417-693-8161       ctaylor@student.life.edu
and printing infrastructure. Students will have “vend” card access            Hockey Team
and payment to new black and white and color printers and copiers             Coach Dan Bouchard 404-512-3503
in the Library. Features will include printing to multiple paper
sizes, ability to preview print jobs before release for printing,             Rugby Team,
stapling features, and hole punch features. Students will also have           Chris Vassel            404-849-5817
the ability to print directly from digital storage devices (discs, USB
drives) without interface with PCs. The new streamlined process               THE STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC):
will reduce print device errors, reduce user wait time for copying,           The Student Success Center, located in Annex C, provides the following
printing and retrieving print jobs, and significantly reduce wasted           services free for all currently enrolled Life University Students
printing. Students will register and log on Library PCs with student
IDs and will have the capability of reserving PC access for specific          Academic Support Services
days and times. Life community members will have priority access              ● Learning Lab            ● Supplemental Instruction (SI)
to PCs over visitors, and visitors will pay for all prints and copies.        ● Tutoring                ● Nutrition Lab
Each quarter students will receive 100 free black and white prints
or copies in the Library. The new print/copy/PC infrastructure is             Crisis Intervention
partially funded with student technology fees.                                A student in crisis, after operating SSC hours, can contact Cobb County
                                                                              24-hour Crisis at 770-422-0202 or the 24-hr Suicide Hotline at 1-800-
The Library student fines for overdue materials.                              SUICIDE (1-800-784-2433) in addition to calling 911. Also students
Fine Rates:                                                                   can contact Cobb County Mental Health and Drug Rehab at 770-422-
$ .25/day per item -     Regular circulating materials                        0202
$1.00/hr. per item -     Reserve Item
                                                                              Counseling
Maximum fine is $100 per item or the cost of the item if less.                The SSC offers individual, group and couples counseling. In addition,
— Fines will accrue immediately after the due date                            workshops targeting common issues that students face are offered
— Notices will be sent at least once each quarter.                            throughout the quarter.
— Borrowing privileges will be blocked for all overdue items.
                                                                              All currently enrolled students are eligible to receive short-term
— An outstanding balance of $5.00 or more on student accounts                 counseling services at the Student Success Center. During peak demand,
  will result in a block on registration and transcripts.                     a student may be placed on a waitlist. Students must schedule an intake
— All fines/fees should be paid to Student Accounting for re-                 appointment in order to be placed on the waitlist. Intake appointments
  instatement of privileges and removal of registration blocks.               can be scheduled by filling out a counseling request form at the SSC.
                                                                              Referrals will be given to students on the waitlist for counseling in the
SPORTS AND WELLNESS INFORMATION (Athletics):                                  community which may incur a cost to the student.
Our Club Sports program is open to all Life University students.
The goal is to provide competitive activities for our students                Disability Services
                                                                              If you are a person with a disability and feel that this disability may
against other universities around the Southeast. We currently have
                                                                              make academic accommodations necessary, you must self identify to the
10 Club Sport teams competing in events in a variety of sports.               Student Success Center. Please note some services are by
The current clubs are listed with the contact person for each one.            appointment only. Forms are available in the office. Requests must be
                                                                              accompanied by appropriate documentation of the nature and severity
Cycling Team: Men and Women. Beginner to elite level                          of the disability.
Bob Burger          770-426-2718   rburger@life.edu
Jeff Matz           419-376-5022   jmatz@student.life.edu
                                                                              Students seeking academic accommodations for specific disabilities are
Tennis Club Men and Women. Beginner to advanced.                              required to submit documentation to the Student Success Center (SSC)
Dr. Bob Rectenwald 770-426-2933   rectenwald@life.edu                         from a qualified licensed professional (Must verify eligibility according
Ariel Tomey        770-429-9986   atomey@student.life.edu                     to ADA guidelines).

Women’s Volleyball Team. All skill levels                                     Students must submit the proper paperwork to the SSC for each written
Jennifer Valtos      770-426-2762         jvaltos@life.edu                    exam at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled exam. Lab exams and
Jennifer Pavlov      231-580-1535         jpavlov@student.life.edu            OSCE accommodation requests must be filled out no later than Friday,
Men’s Volleyball Team. All skill levels                                       week 2, by 3:00 pm. Final exams require one week prior request.
Remi Champagne         404-519-3060
                                                                              Students enrolled in classes that have timed individually scheduled lab
Men’s Soccer. All skill levels                                                practicals, must inform their faculty members by the end of the second
Dr. Hussein Elsangak 770-426-2744         hussein@life.edu                    week of classes so that exams can be scheduled and any approved
                                                                              accommodations can be provided.
Racquetball Club. Men and Women. All skill levels
Henry Hammond         770-426-2697    hhamm@life.edu                          Accommodations available according to Section 504 Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Triathlon Club. Men and Women. All skill levels                               and ADA guidelines. (See Student Handbook for more information)
Matthew Lapp          434-645-6732      mlapp@student.life.edu
                                                                              Dry Lab Only Sections (Anatomy)
Powerlifting Club. All skill levels                                           Students must submit appropriate documentation for placement in dry
Dr. Rick Sherkel        770-426-2709      rsherkel@life.edu                   lab only sections to SSC.
Victor Dees             770-367-1116

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                                                           GENERAL INFORMATION
                Student Success Center (cont.), Undergraduate Assembly Policies, and COC CPR for Clinic Information

Student requesting “Dry Lab” only labs must present complete documentation                    The Eight Core Life Proficiencies seminars are:
to the Student Success Center (SSC), have met with the Director, and signed all               1) CLP 091, Integrity and Citizenship
paperwork by Friday of week 8 in order to stay enrolled in the class. If a student
does not have all paperwork completed, the student will receive a zero for both               2) CLP 092, Leadership and Entrepreneurship
laboratory exams.                                                                             3) CLP 093, Learning Theory/Critical Thinking
                                                                                              4) CLP 094, Contemporary Scientific Paradigms
Other than emergency situations, documents should be presented prior to                       5) CLP 095, Phil. of Human Existence & Health Care Policy
registration to the Student Success Center. All students requesting “Dry Lab”
must make an appointment with the director for approval..                                     6) CLP 096, Communication and Relationship Theory/Skills
                                                                                              7) CLP 097, Belief Systems and Performance
When presenting documentation to the Student Success Center, the                              8) CLP 098, Integrative Change
documentation must be from a specialist licensed to diagnose the condition and
must include a description of the difficulties and the data upon which the                    Students who have entered the College of Graduate and
recommendation is based. A doctor's note which simply restates the                            Undergraduate Studies before Winter 2007 can take as many
"patient's"/student's presenting complaint will not be considered
adequate documentation to enter Dry Lab Only sections, whether or not                         seminars as they wish (seminars will be recorded on their
the doctor is a specialist.                                                                   transcripts). Take advantage of this opportunity to distinguish
                                                                                              yourself from all the rest.
Anyone who registers for a dissection course with Dry Labs only - Section
Q* (2-4 qtr) without adequate documentation will be dropped from Dry
Lab and the associated lecture class. In this event (and if add/drop is                                  COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
over), you may not be able to add a replacement lab. The class will still                               CLINIC COURSE ANNOUNCEMENTS
need to be taken in a later quarter.
                                                                                              CPR REQUIREMENT FOR CLINIC
*Please Note: For Dissection courses in 2nd-4th; section “A's” are all only wet
                                                                                              Effective Spring 2008 CPR has been removed from the active DCP
labs, while all other lab sections have one dry lab and one wet lab each. The
other exception is Section “Q” which is dry labs only. In 5th qtr all labs are dry            curriculum but an active CPR card is still required to pass CLIN
lab only.                                                                                     3507 and subsequently entered CLIN 3608 (Prerequisite for CLIN
                                                                                              3608) in FALL 2008 and thereafter.
Section Q students must have documentation/clearance from/on file with
Student Success Center (SSC).                                                                 Starting Spring 2008, Life University will no longer offer CPR training
                                                                                              in the curriculum. In order to register for CLIN 3608 each student will
For more information, please stop by or call. The Center is located in Annex                  have to show proof of a current 2 year CPR certification that includes
C; Telephone (770) 426-2725                                                                   training on the adult, child, infant, and the automatic external
                                                                                              defibrillator (AED).
Make-up Testing
Make-up testing times are as follows;                                                         Please note that these classes will fill up very quickly so plan
                                                                                              accordingly.
     Tuesday & Wednesday -11 am – in C152
     Thursday 11 am - weeks 1 and 10 in C152                                                  See below some available training sites in the area:
Please note that there is NO testing on Wednesday Week 4 Due to
OSCE testing nor Week 11 due to DCP final exams.                                              Atlanta Training Center, 14255 Cogburn Rd. Alpharetta, GA
Please adhere to the following guidelines for make-up testing:                                $45 per student with a 2 year certification
                                                                                              CPR cards provided at completion of the course
     1. Pick up a make-up testing form from Student Success Center
                                                                                              Contact Person: Anthony Fullard (678-467-1817)
     2. Reserve a seat for the day you will test, either in person or by
          calling. (770 426-2725)
                                                                                              Well Star Health Place, 330 Kennestone Hospital Blvd., Marietta,
     3. Complete the top portion of the make-up testing form
     4. Take the form and leave it with the designated faculty                                GA 30060
          member. The form must be signed by a faculty member prior                           2 years certification through American Heart Association
                                                                                              1 class per month held on Saturday @ $60 per student
          to exam.
The maximum capacity for the testing room is 25 students. Those                               Call 770-956-7827 for registration with Credit or Debit Card
students that have scheduled an appointment will be seated first.
                                                                                              Executive CPR
COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES: (CUS)                                                       2 year certification classes taken at their sites in Smyrna, Marietta,
                                                                                              Woodstock, Peachtree City, Doraville and Augusta
UNDERGRADUATE ASSEMBLY POLICIES:
All undergraduate students are recommended to attend assemblies
scheduled on Tuesdays, 11-1pm, during the quarter (as your schedule of                        1 class per week (5 a month) @ $50 per student and $15/manual
                                                                                              Call 770-565-2996 or www.northgacpr.com for registration
registered classes permits).
Life University is committed to delivering an education designed around                       Heartland
a set of Core Life Proficiencies that advance personal integrity and                          2 Year certification classes taken at their Buford site
                                                                                              Go online for class registration and times
provide the foundation for professional success, social contribution,
and cultural change. These proficiencies distinguish a Life University                        $55 for the class and $15 for the book
                                                                                              3 hour class AED (adult, child and infant)
education.
                                                                                              Call 404-550-1654 or www.hlscpr.com for registration
Effective Winter Quarter, 2007, for all new students entering the
College of Graduate and Undergraduate Studies, Core Life Proficiencies                        GACPR: 4758 Hammer Mill Rd., Tucker, GA
                                                                                              2 year certification through American Heart Association
(CLP) seminars will be required in order to graduate and complete a
                                                                                              No student manual
degree program. The CLP seminars are offered at no charge (0 credit).
Students will be required to take and successfully complete all eight                         Card given the same day of course
                                                                                              $50/person
seminars before graduation. Students may take from one to four CLP
seminars per quarter; a minimum of two are required per academic year.                        Call Ben Karp for registration 678-362-7094; will need credit or debit
                                                                                              card
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                                 Clinic Course and Practicum, and Academic Announcements and Information

BLACKBOARD FOR CLINIC:                                                                       Outpatient Clinic Hours –
All clinic courses are managed through Blackboard. Each intern is                            Center for Health and Optimum Performance (C-HOP)
responsible for registering for each clinic course for which they are                        Monday through Friday: 8:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. and 3:00 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
eligible, updating their student information, reviewing the course syllabi,                  No patients will be seen before 8:30 a.m. nor from 1:30 p.m.-3:00 p.m.
and completing any required assignments.
                                                                                             Interns may request files at 8:15 a.m. and 2:45 p.m.
CLIN 1501                                                                                    Saturday Hours: 8:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m.
Lecture meets the first Tuesday of each quarter and attendance is
                                                                                             Student Clinic Hours
mandatory.                                                                                   Campus Center for Health and Optimum Performance (CC-HOP)
                                                                                             Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday: 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
CLIN COURSES                                                                                 Wednesday 8:00a.m. – 1 p.m. and 3:00 p.m. – 7p.m.
CLIN courses for 1st through 6th quarters have specific Blackboard
sites (1501, 1502, 1503, 2504, 2505, and 2506) but there is only ONE
                                                                                             Patient Care During Break: IMPORTANT!!!
site for All Clinic Practicums: CLIN411. Syllabi for each clinic                             All interns must be enrolled (registered for following quarter) in a clinic
practicum are posted under “Course Information” for CLIN411.
                                                                                             practicum during break to administer patient care. You WILL NOT be
Schedules and announcements can be found at this site too. This
                                                                                             allowed to see patients if you are not registered.
Blackboard site will serve as a venue to acquire clinic information away
from campus. It will be updated on a regular basis with useful and
                                                                                             Clinic Handbooks
necessary information. Information regarding new clinic courses                              Please review the Clinic Intern Handbook(s) and the clinic site on Blackboard
will be posted on Blackboard.                                                                for updated clinic, radiology and patient categorization procedures.
Clinic Electives Student and/or Outpatient                                                   The Clinic Intern Handbook, Clinic Radiology Handbook and Outreach
If you do not pass OSCE, or are ineligible for outpatient CLIN 3609,                         Handbook can be found on Blackboard: Course: CLIN 411
but have passed CLIN 3608, you can continue in student clinic. You
                                                                                             Please refer to this site for questions concerning general clinic guidelines
may enroll in the appropriate student/outpatient clinic elective 5700
(9th)/ CLIN4300/5800 (11th/12th) the following quarter to continue                           and rules.
patient care while you re-attempt OSCE. See OSCE information below
                                                                                             Log Sheets
or refer to the OSCE Blackboard site for all other information
regarding OSCE.                                                                              Interns are required to keep a current Patient Case Management Log
                                                                                             and have it available during advisement. It is the Intern’s responsibility
When registering for either CLIN 5700 or CLIN 5800 (or CLIN 4300),                           to keep an up to date Log of Patient Services. Interns are required to
be aware that there is a lab fee of $255, which is equal to one credit                       show proof of services rendered when discrepancies occur .
tuition, plus $20 for Malpractice insurance. Each course carries no
credit or grading criteria and can be taken in addition to a normal full                     Practicum Grading
                                                                                             Pass (P) or No Pass (NP) are the only grades given for clinic courses.
time academic credit load.
                                                                                             Refer to the intern handbook for clinic competency details. All work
PUBH 5545 - PT Clinical Practicum                                                            MUST BE COMPLETED by the end of business on Saturday, 11th
                                                                                             week to receive a “P.” All work completed during “breaks” will be
This is a zero credit class course that specifically includes 30 patient PT
procedure office visits through the Clinic’s Functional Rehabilitation                       counted toward the next quarter’s milestones.
Facilities. There is a $265 tuition billing charge (equal 1 credit of
                                                                                             .Multiple Clinics
prevailing DC tuition rate) (This course is required for licensure eligibility in
California, & Ohio.)                                                                         Interns still registering for clinic practicums under the previous
                                                                                             numbering system, multiple Clinics is for “CATCH-UP ONLY”, not
                                                                                             acceleration. No multiple clinics are available for interns until they have
PUBH 5850 - PT Clinical Practicum
This is a zero credit class course that specifically includes 150 hours of                   passed 11th quarter clinic, OSCE II and attained 115 outpatient
                                                                                             adjustments. Eligible 12th quarter and above interns please see your
practicum time and 30 patient PT procedure office visits through the
Clinic’s Functional Rehabilitation Facilities. There is a $265 tuition                       advisor to get permission for multiple clinics. Requests are handled
billing charge (equal 1 credit of prevailing DC tuition rate) (This course is                through your CLINIC ADVISOR, and must be approved by the
                                                                                             Director of Clinical Advisement and the Dean of Clinics.
can be used for licensure eligibility Maryland, California, & Ohio.)
                                                                                             Unapproved Multiple Clinics will be deleted for those in
       CLINIC PRACTICUM ANNOUNCEMENTS:                                                       noncompliance.
Clinic Practicum
For those interns who are registering for Clinic Practicums this quarter,                                   Please note change in Upcoming Clinic
please note. You are required to select a Clinic Practicum listed in the                                       policy/procedure changes below.
schedules that represents your next clinic level. Each selection
                                                                                             UPCOMING CLINIC POLICY/PROCEDURE CHANGES:
presupposes the following conditions are applicable;
1. Your choice is within compliance with the prerequisites for
                                                                                             ● MULTIPLE CLINICS WILL NO LONGER BE AVAILABLE.
                                                                                                Beginning Winter quarter 2006; this applies to those students entering 1st
     that level of Clinic Practicum. (You have completed or in the                              quarter in Winter 2006 and beyond. Multiple clinics will remain an option
     process of completing prerequisites)                                                       ONLY for those students who were enrolled in the Doctor of Chiropractic
2. You have not attempted this Clinic previously and received a “P.”                            program previous to Winter 2006 (or equivalent). Those on track in the new
     (You cannot pass the same Clinic practicum twice)                                          curriculum will not be able to take multiple clinics. Those few students
3. As of Spring 2007 PEAK Clinic has a different registration                                   completing their program under the old curriculum will have the option of
     section than the main clinic. In Summer 2007 Outreach and                                  taking multiple clinics to catch up to their academic level, not to get ahead.
     International (as available) will be provided separate section
     designations.                                                                           ●    CLINIC REQUIREMENT REPORTING
                                                                                                  An Intern Quantitative Summary report will be sent out to you each week
                                                                                                  on your student email address. If you have problems accessing your
                                                                                                  student email account, please contact the IT Department.
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                                                 COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC –
                                   Clinic Course and Practicum, and Academic Announcements and Information

●     EXPERIENTIAL X-RAY CREDITS WILL NO LONGER BE                                                Passing OSCE will be a requirement before you can participate in Level
      AVAILABLE beginning Winter quarter 2007; this applies to all clinic                         III clinic. If OSCE remediation is needed you will still be allowed to
      interns.                                                                                    progress in the process as if you had successfully completed OSCE. If
                                                                                                  OSCE Remediation is not successful, at that point you will be removed
● RE-EVALUATION X-RAY CREDIT WILL NO LONGER BE                                                    from the Level III program processing.
    AVAILABLE. Effective Winter 2009 quarter interns will no longer be able to
    earn clinic radiology credits through re-evaluations of existing radiographs on               Requirements for Enrolling in Level III Clinics
    clinic patients. Interns will still be able to obtain the 10 accessory radiology              1. Pass OSCE
    credits through interpretation of films obtained from outside sources on clinic               2. Combined Student and Outpatient Credit Minimums of:                  140
    patients, through interpretation of advanced imaging on clinic patients and                       adjustments, 15 Exams and 20 X-rays.
    through case studies. Case studies are available in the clinic radiology                      3. Be in 13th or 14th quarter.
    department.                                                                                   4. No outstanding C.A.R.P.’s
                                                                                                  Our goal of preparing each student for practice by placing you in
Clinic Awards                                                                                     settings that are designed to expose you to a greater number, wider
Clinic faculty and administration recognize the importance of clinical excellence                 range and variety of cases is now becoming reality. The students
demonstrated by interns and have transformed the previous “Clinic Proficiency”                    currently participating have said this is the most meaningful educational
and “Clinic Excellence” awards to better reflect overall excellence in                            experience they have ever had and can see direct applicability to
performance.                                                                                      becoming much better prepared to enter practice.
Beginning Winter quarter 2008, the Life Clinics offer a new program to
recognize and award excellence to student interns. This program incorporates                      New Course Numbers
achievement with the Eight Core Proficiencies and input from fellow students,                     CLIN 4813 - 13th Qtr. - 7 credits
faculty, staff, and patients, within a structured nomination process.                             CLIN 4814 - 14th Qtr. - 7 credits
                                                                                                  CLIN 4834 – 14th Qtr. -12 credits Clinic Immersion (Effective WI09)
The Clinic Excellence Award may be presented to a deserving student at a Life
University graduation event who has repeatedly demonstrated, throughout their                     New Clinic Electives
clinic career, the power of the chiropractic adjustment. The recipients have                      CLIN 5833 – 13th Qtr. - 12 credits Clinic Immersion Elective
achieved the worthy goal of touching and changing many lives by allowing the
                                                                                                  CLIN 5854 – 14th Qtr. - 12 credits International Clinic
innate intelligence inside each of them to be expressed more freely through
chiropractic care, and have done this with great enthusiasm and persistence.                        Find More Information on Blackboard under Level III Clinic.
The Award represents outstanding achievement in service and academic                              *Although students/interns may register for one or more Clinic Courses
performance related to the clinics, its patients, and the University.
                                                                                                  at 12 credits listed above, substituting for one or more 7 credit level III
Criteria for the Clinic Excellence Award will be published in the Intern                          clinics, only 6 clinic elective credits can be used toward the total 18
Handbook for student’s review.                                                                    credits of elective required toward graduation.
Complete program information and necessary forms are at CLIN 411 on
Blackboard. Please direct any questions to Dr. Bernadette Lavender, chair of the                                       PROGRAM DESCRIPTIONS
committee.                                                                                        P.E.A.K.:
                                                                                                  The Clinic P.E.A.K. option is a clinical experience that will offer the
Effective Fall 08’ in the Campus Center for Health and Optimum                                    highest level of instruction and practical skills development. Interns will
Performance and the Center for Health and Optimum Performance.                                    have the unique opportunity to work under the direct supervision of
                                                                                                  Life University Extension Faculty member providing chiropractic care
Clinic Attendance:                                                                                in a private office or approved facility in the approved local area, in an
Clinic attendance procedures are as follows:                                                      office in another state, internationally, or in a military venue in Virginia
•     Student interns are expected to be in clinic at least three times per week for              or West Virginia. Additional options may be available in LUSSI, and
      weeks 1-11 each quarter.                                                                    Research.
•     Student interns doing any work in the clinic must be in clinic attire (refer to
      intern handbook).                                                                           OUTREACH:
•     Attendance sign-in sheets will be in each faculty clinician’s office. Student               The Outreach option is an 11 week clinical experience that encourages
      interns will be expected to sign-in at their assigned faculty clinician’s office            community participation with a service oriented mind set. This is a
      by initialing the sign-in sheet at least three times per week.                              special opportunity to serve the underemployed, unemployed or
                                                                                                  otherwise disadvantaged population. Under the direct supervision of
LEVEL III CLINIC                                                                                  Life University clinic faculty, your clinical knowledge and skills will be
                                                                                                  enhanced by a challenging and complex patient base. This is an
Beginning in Fall Quarter 2008 All 13th quarter students entering Level                           awesome and fulfilling learning experience.
III Clinic will complete their clinical education in a “Level III” Clinic
Program. The options will include: PEAK, and Outreach. In 14th quarter                            INTERNATIONAL CLINIC:
additional options are available such as: Military, International, and out of                     This clinical and cultural experience will offer the highest level of
state PEAK. Most will be placed in a PEAK office. Due to limited space                            engagement, with both patients and citizens of the chosen international
                                                                                                  destination (China or Ghana). Interns will have the opportunity to
some will not be admitted to their preferred program.                                             work under the direct supervision of Life University faculty while
The 14th quarter program options will provide special opportunities for                           providing chiropractic care in a chiropractic division of a hospital
a few interns. Most will remain in PEAK. The International Clinic                                 and/or local community health center.. In addition, interns will reside in
participation is limited, so interested students should contact Caroline                          the assigned country and have the opportunity to experience and
Anderson (caroline.anderson@life.edu) in 12th quarter to begin                                    acquire an appreciation of the culture through tourist activities and
preparations.                                                                                     participating in community and social events.

You will begin the process starting with Week 9 of 11th quarter to                                Participation is limited, so interested students should contact Caroline
declare your preferences for your 13th and 14th quarters. Level III pre-                          Anderson at caroline.anderson@life.edu.
registration forms are available on BlackBoard and are due by week 3 of
the 12th and 13th quarter. You will close out your C-HOP practice and                             UNDERGRADUATE STUDENT POLICY:
complete advisement with your Faculty Clinician. During the 12th                                  All undergraduate students currently enrolled at Life University and
quarter your Level III placement will be determined.                                              their families may utilize the Student Clinic. The undergraduate students
                                                                                                  and their families will receive care at no charge in the Campus C-HOP
                                                                                                  (Student Clinic).

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                                             COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC –
                               Clinic Course and Practicum, and Academic Announcements and Information

CLINIC GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS                                                          In order to receive credit for a live patient case, the following completed
In keeping with the Standards for Doctor of Chiropractic Programs by the                procedures will be required
Council on Chiropractic Education, the following will be effective for
interns who enter the Life’s College of Chiropractic clinic system (8th                      1. History
quarter interns) in the Summer quarter of 2007 and thereafter, as                            2. Physical examination
approved by the Clinic Council Fall 2006: See Graduation Summary chart below.                3. CMR (Case Management Review)
                                                                                             4. At least one subsequent adjustment           AND/OR
For a complete review of the Council on Chiropractic Education                               5. Appropriate, documented follow-up
Standards, please see their website at: www.cce-usa.org
   SUMMARY OF NEW GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS                                               Non-Student definition:
         Beginning With 8th Quarter CLIN 3608                                           Of the 12 live cases required, 8 cases must be non-students.
                               OP           ST          Total                           A non-student patient is any patient other than a student of the DCP
    Spinal Adjustment          200+         0-50            250                         and a student intern’s spouse. parents, or children.
    Case History               16+          0-9               25
    Examination                16+          0-9               25                        Refer to the Intern Handbook on Blackboard CLIN Level I, II,
    Diagnosis                  16+          0-9               25                        III for complete requirements.
    X-rays                     24+          0-6               30
    Patient Cases              8+           0-4               12                        Clinic Re-Entry Information For Students/Interns
    OSCE                                                       2                        Students who have not been active in the Life University clinic system
Adjustments:                                                                            for 2 quarters or more must complete a Clinic re-entry exam. Each
As a fundamental element in the direct delivery of patient care,                        student will be evaluated for competency before returning to “Intern
quantitative requirements must include a minimum of: 250 spinal                         status” and being permitted to administer patient care.
chiropractic adjustments, provided during 250 separate encounters (200
must be non-student* patients).                                                         Students needing to take the Clinic Re-entry exam should, upon
                                                                                        returning, go to the Registrar’s Office and be enroll in CLIN 5600.
History:
A total of 25 case histories must be performed on at least 20 different                 The clinical re-entry areas to be evaluated include:
patients. Of the 20 different patients, 16 or more case histories must be               1. Life University Clinic Policies & Procedures, including
performed on non-student* patients.                                                          development of a diagnostic impression;
                                                                                        2. Physical Examinations: Ortho/Neuro/Visceral /Vitals;
Examination:                                                                            3. Technique: MoPal, Toggle, and Full Spine;
A total of 25 physical examinations must be performed on at least 20                    4. Radiology: Patient Positioning, Hard and Soft tissue.
different patients. Of the 20 different patients, 16 or more physical                   5. Elective Techniques are optional, but must be re-evaluated for
examinations must be performed on non-student* patients.                                     competency in order to be used in the clinic.

Diagnosis:                                                                              Highly recommended to returning interns is enrollment in CLIN 5700
A diagnosis on 25 patients, each with defined case management plans must                (Student Clinic elective) or CLIN5800, (OP Clinic Elective) their first
be performed on at least 20 different patients. Of the 20 different patients,           quarter back. Upon successful completion of the re-entry exam, an
16 or more diagnosis must be performed on non-student* patients.                        intern can be allowed time to acquire patients and begin patient care
                                                                                        without being held to an adjustment quota.
Radiographic Studies:
30 radiographic procedures; 20 of which must be accomplished through direct             Updated information regarding re-entry exam dates and times can be
patient care and the remaining 10 may be attained through accessory credit.             found on the Blackboard site CLIN 3000/5600.

Evaluation and Management:                                                              Clinical graduation requirements for re-entry students will be determined
Evaluating and managing 35 cases, which, due to their complexity, require               by clinic administration. This will be based on the quarter an intern
a higher order of clinical thinking and integration of data. This would                 entered Clinic and the quarter they returned to complete their
include cases, which demand the application of imaging, lab procedures or               requirements. Each intern will be advised regarding their specific situation.
other ancillary studies in determining a course of care, or cases in which
multiple conditions, risk factors, or psychosocial factors have to be                   FUNCTIONAL REHABILITATION
considered.                                                                             Interns must successfully complete both PUBH 5541 and PUBH 5543
                                                                                        to administer patient care in the Functional Rehabilitation Facility (Pre-
Patient Case Definition                                                                 requisite: CLIN 3608).
Interns, who entered the clinic system starting (8th quarter interns) in the
winter quarter of 2005 and/or thereafter, are required to complete 12 live              For PT/Rehab state licensure, PUBH 5545 & PUBH 5850 practicums
cases.                                                                                  permit interns complete a minimum of 30 documented PT/Rehab visits
                                                                                        PUBH 5850 also requires 150 hours of practicum for state’s consideration.
A minimum of 12 cases must be live-patient cases (8 of which must be                    It is the responsibility of the intern to check the state requirements
non-student* patients and 2 of which may be categorized as wellness                     necessary to acquire a PT license.
patients)
At least 10 of these live cases must demand the application of imaging, lab             HIPAA
procedures or other ancillary studies in determining a course of care, or               Any student participating in patient care or observation must have
have multiple conditions, risk factors, or psychosocial factors that have to            completed     HIPAA        training.   Contact  Dr.    Tim   Guest
be considered and no more than 2 others may be categorized as wellness                  (tim.guest@life.edu) if you have any questions.
patients..

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                                            COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC –
                              Clinic Course and Practicum, and Academic Announcements and Information

STUDENT SUCCESS CENTER (SSC)
IMPORTANT NOTICE:                                                                      Dr. Steve Mirtschink,         Director of Outreach 770-426-2946
Interns seeking academic accommodations for specific disabilities are
required to submit documentation to the Student Success Center (SSC)                   Open                          Executive Director of Clinic Support
from a qualified licensed professional (Must verify eligibility according                                            Services
to ADA guidelines).
                                                                                       Dr. Frank Schwitz,            Director of Clinic Advisement
Interns must submit the proper paperwork to the SSC for each written
and lab exam at least 72 hours prior to the scheduled exam and lab                     Dr. Mike Pryor,               Director of Clinical Education
exams by week 2. Please see disability services requirements for full
details (page 5) Students enrolled in classes that have timed individually             Dr. Vince Erario              Quality Assurance Officer,
scheduled lab practicals, must inform their faculty members by the end
of the second week of classes so that exams can be scheduled and any                   Dr. John Markham,             Executive Director of Level III
approved accommodations can be provided. Forms may be requested                                                      Programs
from your assigned clinic. (Annex C, 770-426-2725).
                                                                                       Open                          Coordinator of Community
             CLINIC ADMINISTRATION                                                                                   Education and Clinic Marketing
Dr. Ralph Davis,               Interim Dean of Clinics                                 Caroline Anderson             Coordinator of International Clinic
Dr. Bernadette Lavender, Director, Center for Health and                                                             Programs
                         Optimum Performance                                           Clinic Administrators and Clinic Faculty can be contacted via e-
Dr. Susan Sharkey              Interim Director, Campus Center for                     mail or phone. Addresses and phone numbers are listed in the
                               Health and Optimum Performance                          Directory at www.life.edu.

                                     RESEQUENCED CLINIC GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS
  *A    CLIN                               Minimum                                                                                         Patient
  non- Course                      Contact Adjustment  Cumulative                                                                          Cases
  stud                                     Requirement Adjustments Other                                                                   Recommend
  ent
        No.    Advisor             Hours                                                  Phys                                   X-ray
      1   1501                          22 s                       Clin. Pt. Experience I                                                  ed
      2   1502                             22                                              Clin. Pt. Experience II
      3   1503                             22                                              Clin. Pt. Observe I
      4   2504                             22                                              Clin. Pt. Observe II
      5   2505                             22                                              Clin. Records & Hx I
      6   2506                             22                                              Clin. Records & Hx II

                                                      Level I – Student Clinic Experience
      7      3507                          22                                             Stu. Clinic Orientation
      8      3608             1            66                  15                      15 Stu. Clinic I                      2                             1
      9      3609             1            66                  20                      50 Stu. Clinic II                     3                             1

                                                        Level II – OP Clinic Experience
      9      3709             1            22                   0                      OP Clinic Orientation
     10      3710             1            66                  20                   70 Jr. OP Clinic I                       1         1                   1
     11      4711                          66                  20                  105 Jr. OP Clinic II                      1         1                   1
     12      4712             1            66    Minimum       20                      Jr. OP Clinic III                     1         1                   1
                                                 Cumulative                        140                                      15        20                   5

                                                       Level III – OP Clinic Experience
     13      4813                         154                  50                  195 Level III OP Clinic I

                                     14th Quarter Clinic Choices (Began Winter 2009) Choose one or see below
     14      4814                         154                  50                  250 Level III OP Clinic II
     14      4834                         240                  50                  250 Level III Immersion Clinic

                                                     Additional Level III Clinic Electives
             5833                         240                  50                     Immersion Clinic Elective
             5854                         240                  50                     International Clinic
                                                       TOTAL                      250 Elective
                                                                                       Cumulative                           25        30               12
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                                                COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
                     Clinic and Academic Announcements , OSCE Information, and CLET 3757 Knowledge Test

                         COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC ACADEMIC ANNOUNCEMENTS
       CLIN 3701 Orientation, Exam, Additional                              Additional items of importance:
        Information and Remediation Schedule                                • Check that you have completed ALL pre-requisite courses
                                                                              See page 68 for complete list of prerequisites require for CLIN 4801
Orientation Schedule                                                        • You are officially enrolled with the LUCC Registrar’s office for CLIN
Location: Room C1                                  Day: Tuesday               4801.
Week one                                                                    • Enroll in the CLIN 4801 BB site between Monday Week one and
12:00 - 1:00 Review of OSCE and exam process                                  Friday Week Two of the current quarter.
                                                                            • Update all personal information on BB including phone and email
Weeks two - three                                                             information.
11:00 - 1:00 Technique, Case History, physical exam and x-ray review
                                                                            • Review ALL information posted on BB
CLIN 3701 OSCE Exam Week Four                                               • Please contact Dr. Rubin, in the Student Success Center, by Friday week
Date: Wednesday August 5, 2009                                                2 if you are requesting accommodations under the ADA guidelines
Location and time: TBA check CLIN 3701 BB site for more information
                                                                            Remediation Schedule:
Additional items of importance:                                             Check CLIN 4801 BB site for detailed information
• Check that you have completed ALL pre-requisite courses
  Including CLIN 3608, CLET 3757, DIAG 3750 RADD 3713 (SK RAD C)            Weeks five - ten = Remediation and Re-testing
                                                                            Check remediation schedule for specific dates and times of CH, Physical
• You are officially enrolled with the LUCC Registrar’s office for          Exam, Critical Thought and X-ray remediation and re-testing
  CLIN 3701.
• Enroll in the CLIN 3701 BB site between Monday Week one and               PLEASE NOTE: Multi-Failure policies will be applied to both
  Friday Week Two of the current quarter.                                   CLIN 4801 OSCE Test.
• Update all personal information on BB including phone and email
  information.                                                              Questions can be emailed to numeroff@life.edu, include CLIN 4801, last
                                                                            name in the subject line.
• Review ALL information posted on BB
• Please contact Dr. Rubin, in the Student Success Center, by Friday
  week 2 if you are requesting accommodations under the ADA                           Clinical Knowledge Competency Test
  guidelines
Remediation Schedule:                                                       The Clinical Knowledge Competency Test is a requirement of CLET 3757
Check CLIN 3701 BB site for detailed information                            and must be completed with a grade of 70% or greater. The grade for this
                                                                            test will not be mathematically calculated into your final grade, it will be a
Weeks five - ten = Remediation and Re-testing                               "pass", "no pass" exam with 70% or better equaling a "pass". ALL
Tuesday 11:00 – 1:00 and as posted on CLIN 3701 BB site                     students must sit this exam and pass it with a minimum of 70% in
Check remediation schedule for specific dates and times of CH,              order to continue with the course.
Physical Exam, X-ray and Technique remediation sessions and re-test
dates.
                                                                            • The exam will take place on the second Tuesday of the quarter at 11
                                                                              AM in room C2.
PLEASE NOTE: Multi-Failure policies will be applied to both
CLIN 3701 OSCE Test.
                                                                            • If a student receives less than 70% on this test, they will be given one
Questions can be emailed to numeroff@life.edu, include CLIN 3701,             opportunity to re-test on Tuesday Week Four at 11:00 AM. Please
last name in the subject line.                                                check blackboard for room assignment.

                                                                                    o In order to be eligible to sit for the re-test, a student
           CLIN 4801 Orientation, Exam, Additional                                    receiving, less than 70% MUST meet with the National Board
                                                                                      Committee Representative, which is currently Dr. Karen
            Information and Remediation Schedule                                      Numeroff, no later than 3:00 PM Thursday of week Three to
                                                                                      review their exam. Dr. Numeroff’s office is in Annex C Dean
Orientation Schedule
                                                                                      of COC Office area.
Location: Room C108                                Day: Tuesday
Week one                                                                            o If a student fails the first administration of this test and does not
12:00 - 1:00        X-ray Review                                                      review their examination by 3:00 PM Thursday of week three
                                                                                      they WILL NOT be eligible to sit for the re-test and must drop
Weeks two - three                                                                     the class or a grade of “F” for the course will be assigned.
11:00 - 12:45     Review of OSCE and exam process and x-ray review
CLIN 4801 OSCE Exam Week Four                                               • This test assesses minimum knowledge competency that a Chiropractic
Tuesday August 4, 2009 = X-ray portion of exam                                student should have up to this point in the curriculum. Content of the
Location: Annex C TBA                          Time: 11:00 - 1:00             exam includes: General Anatomy, Spinal Anatomy, Physiology, Chemistry,
                                                                              Pathology and Microbiology and Public Health. For more information see
          AND                                                                 the National Board of Chiropractic Examiners National Board Part I test
Wednesday August 5, 2009 Assessment Day = Case Management                     outline at http://www.nbce.org/written/plans.html#part1. The Clinical
portion of exam. Location and Time determined by Group assignments            Knowledge Competency Test follows this outline with the same
as posted on BB                                                               approximate percentage breakdown.

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                              CLET 3757 Knowledge Test (cont.) COC Assembly and Graduation Research Tract,

Examples of questions include:                                                              a. Estrogen                 b. Progesterone
                                                                                            c. Oxytocin                 d. Prostaglandins F 2 alpha
1. The lateral portion of the distal articular surface of the humerus
consists of a                                                                               4. Which of these lipids is an essential nutrient?
smooth, rounded eminence known as the _____                                                 a. lecithin                b. cholesterol
a. condyle                 b. trochlea                                                      c. stearic acid            d. linoleic acid
c. olecranon               d. capitulum
                                                                                            All questions regarding this exam should be directed only to Dr. Karen
2. The anconeus muscle produces what motion of the forearm?                                 Numeroff (National Board Committee Representative) at
a. extension            b. pronation                                                        numeroff@life.edu. Please put the following in the subject line: CLET
c. supination           d. flexion                                                          3757 Knowledge Competency Test - Your last name,

3. Which of the following hormones inhibits uterine contractions?


GRADUATION REQUIREMENT – CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY                                              GRADUATION RESEARCH TRACT IN DCP
    All students in the COC must complete fourteen (14) quarters of                         Within the graduation requirements for the Doctor of Chiropractic there is
                   Chiropractic Assembly to graduate.
                                                                                            now a new opportunity for those students who are interested in or develop
In order to graduate, you must have successfully completed 14 quarters of                   an interest in doing research while completing their Doctor of Chiropractic
Chiropractic Assembly. Chiropractic Assembly is designated CPAP 1500. Each                  degree. In addition to doing research is the opportunity for additional
quarter, three Chiropractic Assemblies are held in the Main Gym on Thursdays of             graduation acknowledgement by completing “Research Tract” academic
Weeks 2, 4 and 6 (subject to change). You are required to attend all three (3)              requirements.
Chiropractic Assemblies offered each quarter in order to earn a passing grade in
Assembly for that quarter.
                                                                                            The requirements for graduating and documenting the DCP “Research
There is no charge to register for Chiropractic Assembly, and Chiropractic
Assembly does not count for any credit hours. Consequently, your grade in                   Tract” begins by connecting with Dr. Matt McCoy, and making an
Chiropractic Assembly has no impact on your quarterly or cumulative GPA.                    application for acceptance into the “Tract.” This opportunity for
All DC students expected to register for Chiropractic Assembly (CPAP1500)
                                                                                            application can normally be made after the completion of the first six
each and every quarter.                                                                     quarters of the DCP.
Attention! If you attend three Chiropractic Assemblies during a quarter, but are
not registered for it (CPAP1500) on your quarterly registration form, your grade            All individuals accepted for participation must complete 21-25 credit hours
cannot be entered at the end of the quarter and you will not receive credit for that        of research. In addition to the required (for all DCP students) research
quarter’s Assembly attendance. If you realize, sometime during the quarter, that            classes, other research courses hours will be substituted for the following;
you haven’t yet registered for Chiropractic Assembly, you can register at the               1. Up to 8 cr. hours from 18 electives hours;
Registrar’s Office at that time.
                                                                                            2. 4 credits from the PPBM 46xx (Practice Management 1-4),
All Chiropractic Assembly attendance is posted on Blackboard by the Monday                  3. 8 credits from the PPBM Business classes as follows;
after an Assembly on Thursday.
If you have to miss a scheduled Chiropractic Assembly, you will be required to                   a.   PPBM 4511 Principles of Marketing                          (2 crs.)
make it up by viewing the Assembly you missed in the Library, writing a short                    b.   PPBM 4520 Small Business Management                        (2 crs.)
review of it, and turning in the written review to the Librarian.                                c.   PPBM 4522 Leadership and Team Building                     (2 crs.)
Several other courses also count toward the fourteen (14) quarters of                            d.   PPBM 4550 Entrepreneurship & New Venture Anls.             (2 crs.)
Chiropractic Assembly required for graduation. These include the
following:                                                                                       Therefore, the Research Tract consists of the following:
•     One (and only one) quarter of an “Immersion Clinic” (either CLIN 4834,
      CLIN 5833, or CLIN 5854) can be used to count toward an assembly credit               Research Academics required for all students DC degree:
      (Effective for Winter 2009 Graduates and thereafter)
•     If you took Doctor Patient Relationship (CPAP 2311) under the old                     1. RSCH 2501 (4301)   Introduction to Research        2cr
      curriculum, it counts as one (1) of your fourteen (14) required Chiropractic          2. RSCH 3601                  Research Methods & Design             2cr
      Assemblies
•     Completion of three (3) sessions of NBCE Prep Assembly (see below)                       (RSCH 3601 is not required for most students who start prior to 2006,
      counts as one (1) of your fourteen (14) required Chiropractic Assemblies                 therefore 2 credits would needed from either #4 or #5 below)
•     Completion of six (6) sessions of NBCE Prep Assembly (see below) counts
      as two (2) of your fourteen (14) required Chiropractic Assemblies                     3. RSCH 4801                 Sr. Research Presentation             1 cr.
Students should register for only one assembly course in any one quarter.
                                                                                            Additional requirements required for “Tract” = 16-20 cr.
To register for an additional Chiropractic Assembly (CPAP3214 – Make-up
Assembly), a student must:                                                                  4. RSCH 5686      Individual Research Study              8-12 cr.
1. Be in eleventh quarter or above, or need to complete additional quarters of              5. RSCH 5701      Advance Research Study                 8-12 cr.
     Chiropractic Assembly in order to “catch up” from earlier missed
     Assemblies, and                                                                        Total Credits for DCP Research Tract; min. 21 cr.-25 cr. max.
2. Consult with the Chiropractic Assembly Program Coordinator (Dr. Koch –
770-426-2709 or dkoch@life.edu).                                                            Upon acceptance into the “Research Tract,” a research tract graduation plan
                                                                                            will be created, approved and signed before the plan is forwarded to the
You must register for additional Assemblies at the Registrar’s Office.                      official files stored in the Registrar’s Office. Part of the plan will include
Any Assembly Questions?                                                                     courses (other than Research courses) that can be taken as independent
1.  Use your online access on Blackboard where the Assembly syllabus,                       study so that additional (other than the contracted/registered research
    schedule and attendance records are posted.                                             courses) “release time” in each quarter is available for pursuing research.
2.  Check the Chiropractic Assembly Quarterly Schedule on the bulletin boards
    outside of the Chiropractic Sciences Division office, the College of
    Chiropractic offices, and the Library.                                                  For further information contact (preferably e-mail) Dr. Matt McCoy, the at
3.  Any grade changes must be submitted by Friday, 5:00 p.m. of Week 1of the                mmccoy@life.edu
    following quarter. No grade changes will be considered after this date.
4.  Any other questions–please contact the Chiropractic Assembly Program
    Coordinator (Dr. Koch – 770-426-2709 or dkoch@life.edu .

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                                                              Canadian and National Board Information

CANADIAN BOARD INFORMATION                                                                                                 To Take Part 4:
Please be advised that as a result of low candidate numbers for                                 NBCE Requires successful completion of all parts of Part I and be
the Spring exams, the CCEB is changing its schedule of exams.                                   within 6 months of graduation prior to taking the test and Life
As of January 2009, CCEB exams will be offered two times a                                      University requires the candidate to be OSCE II (CLIN 4801) &
year.                                                                                           Part 3 eligible (See page 68 for a list of OSCE II Prereqs,).
The proposed exam schedule for 2009 is shown as follows:
                                                                                                               IMPORTANT DATE REMINDERS:
Component         February 21 and September 26                                                                            PART 1, 2, 3, & PT
   A              Held in Toronto, Trois-Rivieres and Calgary                                                          Fall 09 Exams 9/11-13/09
Component         February 22 and September 27                                                                        Spring 10 Exams 3/12-14/10
   B              Held in Toronto, Trois-Rivieres and Calgary
Component June 27 & 28 and January 2010
          Depending on candidate numbers, these exams may be held in                                                *Next Life University
   C      any combination of Hamilton, Montreal and Calgary                                                       National Board Application
                                                                                                             NBCE Fall 09 Deadline*: 07/07/09
NATIONAL BOARD INFORMATION                                                                              NBCE Late Application Postmark Cutoff: 07/21/09
Life University qualifying eligibility for National Boards rules
allows applicant/examinees to be enrolled in one final qualifying                                                              PART 4
course at the time of application for either Parts 1, 2, and/or 3.                                            Fall 09 Application Deadline: 8/11/2009
The other qualifications for “certification-of-eligibility” by the                                                  Fall 09 Exam: 11/13-15/2009
Life University Registrar’s Office are listed below.                                                         Spring 10 Application Deadline: 2/09/2010
                                                                                                                   Spring 10 Exam: 5/14-16/2010
      Requirements/Rules for Certification of Eligibility
             To take Part 1 (effective Spring 2007)                                             National Board Applicant Alerts
You must have successfully completed all basic sciences and                                     National Board Applications that are to be certified for eligibility by
related courses through sixth (6th) quarter.                                                    the Registrar's Office must be submitted prior to the posted NBCE
                                                                                                deadline date. Any application presented after stated normal
               To take Part 2 (effective Fall 2006)                                             deadline will be treated accordingly.
All courses must be satisfactorily completed through either;                                    (Only Retaking Exam(s) do not need to be re-certified)
1. ninth quarter, and have at least a 3.25 cumulative GPA
     (with no F's) or                                                                           Applications submitted after the normal deadline and prior to the
2. tenth quarter                                                                                Tuesday's NBCE postmarked, late deadline, date will be evaluated for
                                                                                                certification by the Registrar's Office. It will be considered late and you
Assembly, clinic practicum, & electives currently are not                                       will need to pay the NBCE $50.00 late fee.
considered. It is strongly recommended that students be
registered for or completed the appropriate, recommended 11th                                   Applicants who are deemed not eligible for all or part of the
quarter classes.                                                                                requested exams will have their applications returned or adjusted.
                                                                                                New, correct money orders will need to be submitted, as necessary,
              To Take Part 3: (Effective Fall 2008)                                             as soon as possible.
You must have passed all of Part 1 of the Boards, have
satisfactorily completed all classes through tenth quarter,                                     Pleased be advised: The Registrar's Office will not be responsible
passed CLIN 4711 (11th qtr. Clinic), and have completed a                                       for any applications that are mailed in to our office. Therefore, if
minimum of 265 hours (enough coursework completed {passed]                                      you intend to mail your application, please verify with the Registrar's
to be in Twelfth Quarter). NBCE requires that you be within                                     Office that it was received.
nine months of graduation at examination time.
                                                                                                NBCE Parts 1, 2, and 3 required in all states and US territories
*Passing CLIN 4711 (11th qtr. Clinic) is a new requirement,                                     including the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto
since Spring 2009, based on NBCE’s “within 9 months ….”*                                        Rico (2009) toward Chiropractic License eligibility.
            To Take PT Exam: (NBCE Requires)                                                    NBCE Part 4 is accepted/required in all US territories including
Applicants must have passed and completed a minimum 120 hrs. PT                                 Michigan, the District of Columbia, the Virgin Islands, and Puerto
Coursework. (Hrs. must be Certified by Course sponsor, i.e. Life                                Rico and all states except Illinois toward Chiropractic License
University)                                                                                     eligibility.
Life University certifies eligibility if the following courses PUBH 3684,                       Some Chiropractic Board’s license eligibility are based upon required higher-
PUBH 5541, & PUBH 5543 (or the MSHS equivalents) have all been                                  than-minimum NBCE passing scores Always check with each State’s and/or
completed successfully                                                                          territory’s board for updates. (See examples below)
(The course is only considered "successfully completed" when a passing grade is earned.)

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                             National Board, NBCE Prep Assemblies and State Board Contact Information

Special Assemblies –“Preparing for National Board Exams”                            1.   Registration for the special assemblies is permitted for
During Winter and Summer quarters only, The College of                                   registered board applicants.
Chiropractic offers special assemblies for registered National                      2.   Registration in the courses below & appropriate attendance
Board examinees discussing general test-taking and study                                 will count toward graduation assembly credits.
strategies for Parts 1 & 2 including their respective component                     3.   You should register and attend for both of either, 1A & 1B
exams.                                                                                   (for part 1) or 2A & 2B (for part 2).
                                                                                    4.   You need to attend at least 6 (weeks 2-7) to get credit for
There will be offered at least six sessions each for both Parts 1                        both NBCE Preps assemblies for the quarter.
and 2. A student can earn up to two quarters of assembly credit                     5.   Attendance of 3 but less than 6 will give only a pass for one
by attending all of the sessions that correspond to the part of the                      assembly (based on which of weeks were attended)
Board they are preparing for.                                                       6.   Non-registered attendees are welcomed, but graduation
                                                                                         assembly credit will be granted only to those whom are
A schedule of locations, dates and times will be posted on the NB 101                    registered.
Blackboard Website Week 1 of Summer and Winter Quarters.
                                                                                      We encourage all students who are taking
                                                                                      National Board Examinations to attend.
                                                  Special Assembly Registration Information
4454     1A       CPAP*1104*1A    PREP. FOR NATIONAL BOARDS PT 1-A ANXC             C1     LEC      TH    11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. 0        For Part 1 Examinees
                                                                                           Weeks 2-4 (Room assignment subject to change)
3366     1B       CPAP*1207*1B    PREP. FOR NATIONAL BOARDS PT 1-B ANXC             C1     LEC      TH    11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. 0        For Part 1 Examinees
                                                                                           Weeks 5-7 (Room assignment subject to change)
3369     2A       CPAP*1308*2A    PREP. FOR NATIONAL BOARDS PT 2-A ANXC             C2     LEC      TH    11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. 0        For Part 2 Examinees
                                                                                           Weeks 2-4 (Room assignment subject to change)
3371     2B       CPAP*2109*2B    PREP. FOR NATIONAL BOARDS      PT 2-B ANXC        C2     LEC      TH    11:00 a.m.-11:50 a.m. 0        For Part 2 Examinees
                                                                                           Weeks 5-7 (Room assignment subject to change)



STATE BOARD INFORMATION:                                                            OREGON STATE BOARD ALERT!
If you have any questions regarding the requirements for a                          The Oregon State Board requires 36 hours of instruction in
particular State Board including Physio-Therapeutics, you will need                 minor surgery/proctology. Western States Chiropractic College
to contact that State's licensing board office for more information.                offers an approved 36 hr. continuing education course to meet
The Registrar's Office, and Library, have current telephone and fax                 licensure eligibility. WSCC offers this also as Distance Learning
numbers as well as addresses for each State Board.                                  Course. Call (503) 251-5717.
CALIFORNIA STATE BOARD ALERT!                                                       PUERTO RICO BOARD ALERT
This State requires lab assessment time toward GYN and                              Starting 2006, Requiring Part 1-4 of NBCE.
Proctological Exams. Take PUBH 4208 or PUBH 4747
                                                                                    TENNESSEE STATE BOARD ALERT!
To satisfy PT. requirements, completion of PUBH 3684, 5541, 5543,                   Licensing requires Nat. Boards successful completion of parts 1-
&5545 is required. Or MSHS equivalents (6/30/01 Cal. Brd. ruling)                   4 & PT, then an interview & a State Jurisprudence Test Effective
                                                                                    1/1/99.
MARYLAND STATE BOARD ALERT!
Licensure requires 270 hours of PT & National Board scores to                       WEST VIRGINIA STATE BOARD ALERT!
be 75% for Part 3 (438) & 4 (375).                                                  Licensure requires National Board scores to be for Part 4 (475).
MICHIGAN STATE BOARD ALERT!
Graduates are required to have passed all parts of NBCE                             US BOARDS REQUIRING BACHELOR'S DEGREE:
(Parts1-4 ) for License eligibility.                                                            Per 2008 -2009, (July 2008) FCLB Directory
NEVADA STATE BOARD ALERT!                                                           Alabama
Licensure requires National Board scores to be 75% for Part 3                       Beginning January 2010, applicants will be required to have a
(438) & 4 (375).                                                                    four-year degree prior to licensure. **NEW**
NORTH CAROLINA STATE BOARD ALERT!
Licensure requires National Board scores to be for Part 4 (475).                    Florida
                                                                                    Students matriculating after July 1, 1990 require a 4 year
OHIO STATE BOARD ALERT!                                                             Bachelor's Degree. Effective July 1, 2000 3 yr. Pre-chiropractic
Graduates 1/1/00 or after are required to have passed all parts                     education and Bachelor's Degree required prior to License in
of NBCE (1-4 & PT) for Ohio License eligibility.                                    DC program. DC Degree cannot include undergraduate advance
To satisfy PT. requirements, completion of PUBH 3684, 5541, 5543,                   standing credit.
&5545 is required. Or MSHS equivalents
                                                                                    Kansas
The Ohio State Board requires a minimum of 20 Blood Chemistries                     Requires students matriculating after January 1, 1999 to have a
performed.. (as of 99/SU, 20 are required to be completed while in DIAG             Bachelor's Degree. Degree must be obtained prior to entry.
2735 or 3106).
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                                                 State Board Contact Information (cont.)

Louisiana                                                                      STATE BOARDS CONTACT INFORMATION:
Beginning January 2011, applicants will be required to have a
four-year degree prior to licensure. **NEW**                                   Alabama                   Phone: 205.755.8000
                                                                               www.chiro.state.al.us/
Maryland
Students matriculating after July 1, 1991 are required to have a               Alaska                   Phone: 907.465.3811
Bachelor's Degree. Degree must be earned prior to entry;                       www.commerce.state.ak.us/occ/pchi.htm
however, Maryland is proposing a change.
                                                                               Arizona                   Phone: 602.864.5088
Montana                                                                        www.azchiroboard.com
Students matriculating on or after October 1, 1995 are required
to have a Bachelor's Degree prior to licensure.                                Arkansas                  Phone: 501.682.9015
                                                                               www.state.ar.us/asbce/
New Jersey
2 yrs. of pre-chiropractic but also must obtain a pre-chiropractic             California                Phone: 916.263.5355
education certificate from NJ Department of Education                          www.chiro.ca.gov

North Carolina                                                                 Colorado    Gen. Info     Phone: 303.894.2318
Beginning July 1, 1993 students must have B.S. or B.A. prior to                            Lic. Quest. Phone: 303.894.2433
sitting exam.                                                                  www.dora.state.co.us/chiropractic

Ohio                                                                           Connecticut               Phone: 860.509.7603
Effective June 30, 2010, prior to matriculating to a DCP are                   www.ct.gov/dph
required to have a bachelor, master or doctorate degree. *NEW*
                                                                               Delaware                 Phone: 302.744.4532
Rhode Island                                                                   www.dpr.delaware.gov/boards/chiropractic
Requires 4 year pre-Chiropractic Bachelor's Degree.                            District of Columbia     Phone: 202.724.4900
                                                                               www.dchealth.dc.gov/prof_license
South Dakota
Minimum requirements for licensure for graduates on or after                   Florida                  Phone: 850.245.4355
January 1, 2011 will include a baccalaureate degree in addition to             www.doh.state.fl.us/mqa/chiro
a Doctor of Chiropractic degree. **NEW**
                                                                               Georgia                   Phone: 478.207.2440
Tennessee                                                                      www.sos.state.ga.us/plb/chiro/
Students matriculating after the year 2000 requires a 4 year
Bachelor's Degree prior to licensure.                                          Hawaii                  Phone: 808.586.3000
                                                                               www.hawaii.gov/dcca/areas/pvl/boards/chiropractor
West Virginia
Beginning July 1, 2005 students must have B.S. or B.A. prior to                Idaho                     Phone: 208.334.3233
matriculation.                                                                 www.ibol.idaho.gov/chi.htm

Wisconsin                                                                      Illinois                  Phone: 217. 557-3209
After 07/01/98 a 4 year degree is required prior to licensure.                 www.idfpr.com

Puerto Rico                                                                    Indiana:                  Phone: 317.234.2054
Starting 2006 a 4 year degree is required.                                     www.pla.in.gov

Virgin Islands                                                                 Iowa                        Phone: 515.281.4287
4 year B.S. required.                                                          www.idph.state.ia.us/licensure

British Columbia, Canada                                                       Kansas                    Phone: 785.296.7413
Effective 1/1/97 3 year toward B.S. or B.A. required.                          www.ksbha.org/

Saskatchewan, Canada                                                           Kentucky                  Phone: 270.651.2522
Effective 1/1/97 3 year toward B.S. or B.A. required.                          www.kbce.ky.gov/

                        REMEMBER!!!                                            Louisiana                 Phone: 225.765.2322
      Contact The State Boards Yourself To Verify All                          www.lachiropracticboard.com/
    Information Related To The States Of Your Interest

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                                             State Board Contact Information (cont.)

Maine                   Phone: 207.624.8603                            Oklahoma                  Phone: 405.524.6223
www.maine.gov/professionallicensing                                    www.chiropracticboard.ok.gov

Maryland                  Phone: 410.764.4726                          Oregon                     Phone: 503.378.5816 ext. 24
www.mdchiro.org/                                                       www.oregon.gov/OBCE

Massachusetts          Phone: 617.727.3084                             Pennsylvania              Phone: 717.783.7155
www.mass.gov/dpl/boards/ch                                             www.dos.state.pa.us/chiro

Michigan                 Phone: 517.335.0918                           Rhode Island              Phone: 401.222.2827
www.michigan.gov/healthlicense                                         www.health.ri.gov/hsr/professions/chiro.php

Minnesota                Phone: 651.201.2850                           South Carolina           Phone: 803.896.4587
www.mn-chiroboard.state.mn.us                                          www.llr.state.sc.us/POL/Chiropractors/

Mississippi               Phone: 662.773.4478                          South Dakota               Phone: 605.668.9017
www.msbce.ms.gov                                                       http://chiropractic.sd.gov

Missouri                  Phone: 573.751.2104                          Tennessee                   Phone: 615-532-5138
http://pr.mo.gov/chiropractors.asp                                     http://health.state.tn.us/Boards/Chiropractic/index.htm

Montana                 Phone: 406.841.2390                            Texas                      Phone: 512.305.6700
www.chiropractor.mt.gov                                                www.tbce.state.tx.us/

Nebraska                 Phone: 402.471.2299                           Utah                      Phone: 801.530.6633
www.dhhs.ne.gov/crl/crlindex.htm                                       www.dopl.utah.gov/licensing/chiropractic.html

Nevada                    Phone: 775.688.1919                          Vermont                  Phone: 802.828.2390
http://chirobd.nv.gov                                                  www.vtprofessionals.org/opr1/chiropractors/

New Hampshire           Phone: 603.271.4560                            Virginia                   Phone: 804.367.4471
www.nh.gov/nhes/elmi/licertoccs/chiropra.htm                           www.dhp.state.virginia.gov

New Jersey               Phone: 973.504.6395                           Washington State            Phone: 360.236.4700
www.state.nj.us/lps/ca/medical/chiropractic.htm                        https://fortress.wa.gov/doh/hpqa1/hps3/Chiropractic/default.htm

New Mexico                Phone: 505.476.4695                          West Virginia              Phone: 304.746.7839
www.rld.state.nm.us/chiropractic/index.html                            www.wvboc.com

New York                 Phone: 518.474.3817 ext. 190                  Wisconsin                  Phone: 608.266.0145 or 608.266.2112
www.op.nysed.gov/chiro.htm                                             http://drl.wi.gov/prof/chir/def.htm

North Carolina        Phone: 704.793.1342                              Wyoming                    Phone: 307.777.6529
www.ncchiroboard.com/                                                  http://plboards.state.wy.us/chiropractic

North Dakota              Phone: 701.352.1690                          Puerto Rico                Phone: 787.723.6040 or 787.723.0782
www.governor.state.nd.us/boards/                                       (None Listed)

Ohio                      Phone: 614.644.7032                          US Virgin Islands          Phone: 340.774.0117
www.chirobd.ohio.gov                                                   None Listed)



                                            *Updated Tel # & Websites 08/19/08 –
                   Source: FCLB Official Director from http://directory.fclb. org/US/tabid/100/Default.aspx




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                                             PPBM 46XX Planned Seessions

             PPBM 46X1-PPBM 46X4 Planned Sessions Schedule 10th – 13th Qtr.
                                               Course Number Description

The third digit (either a 1 or 2) denotes the seminar type (4614) and the fourth digit (either a 1-4) the module number (4614.)
                     If the third digit is a “1” (4614) the seminar is given by “Waiting List Practice” (WLP)
                         If the third digit is a “2” (4624) the seminar is given by “Master’s Circle” (MC)

      Quarter            10th Qtr                11th Qtr                12th Qtr                 13th Qtr
      Spring 2009        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2009        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2009          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2010        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2010        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2010        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2010          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2011        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2011        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2011        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2011          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2012        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2012        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2012        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2012          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2013        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2013        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2013        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2013          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2014        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2014        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2014        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2014          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC
      Winter 2015        PPBM 4622 – MC          PPBM 4613 - WLP         PPBM 4622 – MC           PPBM 4613 - WLP
      Spring 2015        PPBM 4614 - WLP         PPBM 4623 – MC          PPBM 4614 - WLP          PPBM 4623 – MC
      Summer 2015        PPBM 4624 – MC          PPBM 4611 - WLP         PPBM 4624 – MC           PPBM 4611 - WLP
      Fall 2015          PPBM 4612 - WLP         PPBM 4621 – MC          PPBM 4612 - WLP          PPBM 4621 – MC




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                                  COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
                  Graduation Course Conversions, Final Exam Info for DCP Electives from Master's

     Course Conversions – Discontinued Courses and Replacements Toward Graduation




TECH 3850 (Adjusting Special Populations) is required for graduation class for all students whom
have entered (or reentered) the DCP since 06/WI. The course is also required for other students in
                 order to achieve the minimum 340 credits needed for graduation.
                      If there are any questions please come to the Registrar’s Office.




                Final Exam Schedule DCP Electives from Master's Program

                                   FOR TESTING SPRING 2009

                          Confirm Time and Date with your Instructor




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  COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
    DCP Final Exam Schedule for Spring 2009


“INTEGRITY; CARRY IT WITH YOU”




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                                                        COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC
                                                             Final Exam Center Rules and Procedures

FINAL EXAM CENTER RULES AND PROCEDURES:                                                         Posting of Final Grades by Instructors (Unofficial)
1. Students should be prepared to enter exam center 10 minutes prior to                         Instructors are requested to post final grades on Blackboard within 24
    the scheduled start of a given exam.                                                        hours of the end of their final exam.
2. Students must wear/present their I.D. badges or have their driver’s
    license with a picture so that they may enter the test center. (no photo                    Submission and availability of Official Final Quarterly Course
    ID, no entry)                                                                               Grades
3. Unauthorized or unidentified persons will not be allowed in the                              Grading errors, miscalculations or disputes should be corrected before
    final exam center. Children or babies will not be permitted to enter                        the official final grade roster for each course is returned to the
    the exam center.                                                                            Registrar’s Office.
4. Student will be permitted to bring only yellow #2 pencils into the test
    center.                                                                                     Official final grades are due in the Registrar’s Office 48 hours after the
5. The following items will not be permitted in the final exam                                  final exam is given.
    center: Hats, caps, purses/pocketbooks, brief cases, pouches,
    knapsacks, books, notes, or papers of any kind, cell phones, PDAs (or                       Transcripted final grades will be available, to students, by telephone and
    like devices), radios, earphones or headsets, and/or any recording                          Web Advisor, the Wednesday after the quarter (Week 12) has ended.
    devices, etc. Calculators may be an exception if so designated by the
    lead instructor of a specific examination.                                                  Final Examination Attendance:
6. Upon entry to the final exam center, find an appropriate row for your                        All exams and course work must be completed as scheduled unless
    exam and seat yourself. Be prepared to listen to final exam center                          PRIOR approval is granted or unless certain bona fide emergencies
    instructions.
                                                                                                arise. (See acceptable excuses below)
7. Photo ID badges or driver’s licenses are to be displayed on the
                                                                                                      Acceptable Excuses: Acceptable excuses include death of family
    desktop throughout the examination period.
8. Students will not be permitted to enter the test center after the doors                            member, personal sickness, and imminent death of immediate
    have been closed and the distributions of tests have begun.                                       family member.
9. Once the examinations have begun, students will not be allowed to ask
    questions. Any comments the student may have should be written on                                Excuses for missed final exams due to health must be signed and
    the front or back of the test booklet. (Replacement Scantrons and                                documented with letterhead, address, and phone number of the
    extra pencils may be obtained from the nearest proctor).                                         licensed health care provider, and must contain the following
10. After finishing the exam, take your exam materials and ID, and quietly                           statement: “The patient was confined to his house or admitted to
    proceed toward the exam center exit. Before exiting, place your exam                             the hospital from (time) on (date) through (time) on (date) for
    booklet and scantron in the box that corresponds to the row letter of                            sickness or injury.”
    your exam. Failure to do so may result in a failing grade for the exam
    and for the course.
                                                                                                     Confinement is defined as the inability to leave the house except to
11. Students are not allowed to remove exam materials; test booklets,
    scantrons sheets or scratch paper from the exam center.                                          obtain health care or engage in prescribed activities which are
12. Exit the testing area immediately. There is to be no talking to anyone.                          primarily therapeutic and not social, recreational, business, or
    There will be absolutely no loitering in the halls, near the entrance, or                        educational in nature.
    the exit to the exam center while exams are in session.
                                                                                                     Excuses for missed final exams due to death of an immediate
Please Note:                                                                                         family member must be signed and documented with letterhead,
You must resolve any prior class assignments, grades and/or attendance disputes or                   address, and telephone number of clergyman or with obituary.
matters no later than the last day of class. When you take the final exam, no grades can
be initiated for any reason that existed prior to taking the final exam.                             Such documentation MUST be presented to the instructor(s)
                                                                                                     within the first week upon return to class(es), with an information
If at any time students violate honesty and integrity or test-taking behavior                        copy furnished to the dean of the respective college. Failure to do
expectations during an examination, they will be subject to the disciplinary
                                                                                                     this within the specified time will result in the student’s absence
action procedures described in the Life University’s Student Code of Conduct.
                                                                                                     being charged as an unexcused absence and will result in the
        Instructions for those students who are scheduled for two                                    assignment of a failing grade for the final exam and may result in
              examinations during the same testing period:                                           the assignment of a failing grade for the course.

1.    Students with more than one examination scheduled at the same time                        The acceptable excuses listed above for cuts are the only acceptable
      will report to the testing center at their regularly scheduled test time.                 excuses for make-up exams. It is the responsibility of the student
2.    The student will take the first exam of their choice and complete the                     requesting a bona fide make-up to contact the instructor within one
      exam before taking the next one.                                                          week of their return to campus to request arrangements for make-up
3.    The student will turn in their first examination to the appropriate                       testing. Failure to make-up missed exams will result in a zero for that
      instructor.                                                                               exam.
4.    The student will notify the lead instructor for the second examination
      scheduled of the need to take that examination.
5.    Prior to taking the second examination, the Testing Center Supervisor                     Calculation of grades missing the final exam may result in a student
      must secure the starting and stopping time for each student taking the                    receiving a grade "I".
      second examination. This information will be entered on a special
      form at the front of the Testing Center.                                                  Calculation of grades with the final exam and missing other required
6.    The student will have the regulation time (one hour and fifteen                           coursework made-up and/or submitted may result in a student receiving
      minutes) to complete the second exam.                                                     a grade "F"


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                                         STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
                     Accounting –Tuition and Fees, Discounts, Emergency Loans Procedure, and Payment Policy

             TUITION AND FEE SCHEDULE:                                               Forms of Identification - As required by the Federal Government
                                                                                     Student is required to show the following forms of identification;
       All Tuition and Fee rates are subject to change without notice.
                                                                                                ● Permanent Foreign Address
*Tuition per Undergraduate Credit Hour ..................... $169.00                            ● Passport or (F1) Visa
                                                                                                ● Social Security Card
*Tuition per Graduate Credit Hour ............................... $199.00                       ● Driver's License
                                                                                                ● I - 94
*Tuition per Professional Credit Hour (DC) ................. $265.00
                                                                                                ● I - 20
 Tuition Audit (per class or per 30 hrs. – non refundable)....$100.00
                                                                                          International Student Discount is fixed at 20%
*Student Fees (per Quarter) .......................................... $249.00
Drop/Add Registration Fee (per Item non refundable). .......... $25.00               Emergency Loan Procedure
                                                                                     1.   Students may receive no more than two emergency loans per fiscal
Dis-enrollment Fee…10% of unpaid tuition for current qtr.                                 year (fall quarter through the following summer quarter).
  * Upon withdrawal from the University the charges are pro-rated                    2.   Students may receive no more than $500 for each emergency loan.
                                                                                     3.   Approved emergency loan requests received in Student
                                                                                          Accounting on or before noon will be processed the same day.
 Other Charged Courses:                                                                   Those received after noon will be processed the following day.
  Dietetic Internship (DTR 511) Annual (Student Fee Exempt) .$6500.00                4.   Rent payments (current or past due), utility bills, food and gas do
  Stu. Clin. Pract. Elect (CLIN 5700 X0)....................... $265.00                   not constitute emergencies.
                                                                                     5.   Possible emergencies include:
  OP Clin. Pract. Elect (CLIN 5800 X0) ....................... $265.00                    a. Serious illness in family (cost of travel to family’s home)
                                                                                          b. Death in the family (cost of travel to funeral)
  PT Clin. Practicum (PUBH 5545) ...... ....................... $265.00                   c. Emergency medical or dental care for student or immediate
  PT Adv. Practicum (PUBH 5850) ...... ....................... $265.00                          family members
                                                                                          d. Emergency repair for student’s automobile necessary for the
                                                                                                car to function
REMINDER: A student must have at least half-time status                                   e. Loss of home and/or belongings in fire or other natural
in a program of study to apply for financial aid. Halftime                                      disaster
enrollment status at Life University is a minimum of 6 credit                        6.   Students must provide clear concise documentation of the
hours in either the UG or DC program or 5 credit hours                                    occurrence and associated costs surrounding their emergencies.
                                                                                     7.   Students must have a clear method of repayment and the loans
from MS program. See or call Financial Aid Office if you are                              must be repaid prior to transmittal of financial aid for the
unsure of financial aid status.                                                           following quarter.
                                                                                     8.   Student Accounting will distribute and receive requests for
        th
13/14 quarter discount                                                                    emergency loans.
                                                                                     9.   Requests will be considered and approved or denied by a
Reminder: The 13/14th quarter discount is only available to                               committee comprised of one representative from each of the
students who began the DC program in Fall 2002 or earlier.                                following areas: Student Accounting, Financial Aid, and Finance.
Students beginning DC as of January 2003 or later will not qualify
for the 13/14th quarter discount.                                                    PAYMENT POLICY
                                                                                     All tuition and fees are due and payable upon registration but not later
Foreign Discount Eligibility Policies & Requirements                                 than the end of the second week of classes each quarter.
General Information –
                                                                                     If awarded financial aid falls short of total charges for the quarter, the
To receive the "Foreign Student Discount",
                                                                                     student is responsible to pay the difference. The financial aid eligible
    1. Student must be on a foreign student VISA, ineligible                         student may wish to contact the Financial Aid Office to determine the
         for US student aid.                                                         possibility of receiving additional financial aid.
    2. Your previous balance must be paid in full.
    3. Student must be enrolled full time at Life University.                        Failure to pay all charges due on a student's account will restrict their
         ● Undergraduate: 12 credit hours or more of                                 ability to register for future quarters, receive (order/send) official
              Undergraduate classes                                                  transcripts and diplomas or be graduated.
         ● Masters: 9 credit hours or more of Masters
              graduate classes                                                       If full tuition and fee payments are not made, the student will be
                                                                                     dis-enrolled. This will result in the student not being eligible to
         ● Doctor of Chiropractic: 12 credit hours or more of
                                                                                     continue to participate in classes and/or the clinic in the dis-enrolled
              DC classes                                                             quarter. Also, the student will be assessed a 10% dis-enrollment
Student must report for an exit interview prior to graduation or                     charge based upon the remaining unpaid tuition incurred in the dis-
withdrawal.                                                                          enrolled quarter.
Grade Point Average
                                                                                     If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Student Accounting
Student must maintain at or above the appropriate grade point                        Office.
average to receive the discount.
         ● Undergraduate = 2.0                                                       International Students could be considered “out of status”
         ● Masters = 3.0                                                              if you are dis-enrolled or cannot register for next quarter.
         ● Doctor of Chiropractic = 2.0
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                                        STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
               Accounting –Payment , Returned Check Unpaid Balance and Disbursement Policies and Procedures

      Payment Due Information to All Students                                             SUMMER QUARTER FINANCIAL AID
For Summer quarter 2009                                                                     DISBURSEMENT PROCEDURES
Payment is due by Friday, July 24, 2009.                                           Direct Deposit
                                                                                   Life University is pleased to announce the availability of direct
Dis-enrollment by the Registrar’s office will be effective August                  deposit of student living expense funds.
7, 2009.
                                                                                   If you are interested in having your financial aid deposited
If you have any questions or concerns, contact the Student                         directly into your U.S. checking or savings account, visit the
Accounts office.                                                                   Students Accounting Office to enroll.

Payment of “Commons" Rent                                                          Disbursement Policy
Payment for resident's rent at Life University's "Commons" is due                  09/SU Qtr. initial disbursements for Stafford Loans, Perkins,
and payable on the first day of each month. Failure to pay your                    Pell and Supplemental Education Opportunity Grants will begin
rent for more than 5 days will result in the assessment of a $50.00                in the first week of classes, i.e. July 13, 2009.
late charge.
                                                                                   Life University will release living expense checks to students
Acceptable Forms of Payment                                                        only after verifying student's attendance status and making sure
Payment in full can be accomplished in one of three ways.                          no financial or academic holds are on their records.
 1. Confirmed financial aid (loans, grants and scholarships)*
2. Cash, check or money order                                                      All unpaid tuition/fees and other University debts (such as but
3. Credit Card                                                                     not limited to lab fees, institutional charges, and "The
4. "FACTS" Tuition Management Plan (Contact Student                                Commons" housing) are deducted from students' financial aid
   Accounting for further information)                                             before disbursement.

Returned (Bad) Check Policy                                                                     Attention Undergraduate Georgia Residents
Any check returned to Life University due to insufficient funds,
payment stopped, or a closed account may result in disciplinary                    The disbursement for HOPE Scholarship and Georgia Tuition
action against the student, including possible dis-enrollment.                     Equalization Grants (GTEG) for Summer Quarter 2009, will
                                                                                   occur during 4th week of the quarter. Only students who have
          The issuer of a returned check is subject to                             submitted all the necessary paperwork will have their
                  a service charge of $50.00                                       disbursement available during this time frame.

     For an International Student "out of status" could be considered.             Please remember that in order to qualify for GTEG you must be
                                                                                   enrolled full-time (12 hours or more) as of August 3, 2009for
The issuance of a check that is returned may constitute deposit                    Summer Quarter. In addition, to qualify for a full-time HOPE
account fraud under Georgia law, which is either a misdemeanor                     award you must be enrolled full-time as of August 3, 2009.
or a felony, depending on the circumstances. Punishment for a                      Otherwise, you will receive a part-time HOPE award.
misdemeanor conviction may include a fine ranging from $100 to
$1,000 and imprisonment for a period not to exceed twelve                          Living Expense Checks
months. Punishment for a felony may include a fine of $1,000 and                   Checks will be printed when all proceeds have been received and
imprisonment for a period of one to five years.                                    all eligibility requirements for Financial Aid programs have been
                                                                                   met, and in accordance with Federal Regulations related to Title
Under Georgia law, the University also has the right to file a civil               IV funds which are:
suit against the maker of a returned check for two times the
                                                                                   *No later than 14 days after the first day of class if Federal funds
amount of the check, not to exceed $500. A second offense may
                                                                                    are credited on or before the first day of class. - Or -
subject the offender to dis-enrollment from the University.
                                                                                   *No later than 14 days after the credit balance occurred if the
Unpaid Balances                                                                     funds were credited after classes began.
Any open balance owed to Life University, will prevent
                                                                                   You will receive your living expense check on July 13, 2009
transcripts from being released. You will also be blocked from
registration. If you leave Life University with unpaid debts you                   (1.) If you are, as of June 15, 2009, either a DC student and
will be subject to formal collection procedures which will impose                       registered for 22 hours or more, or as either an
additional costs, such as attorney's fees and interest charges.                         undergraduate, or as a masters student, registered full-time
                                                                                        for Summer 2009 quarter and
      Neither Your Diploma nor your Transcript will be
                                                                                   (2.) If you are making Satisfactory Academic Progress (as
        released until all financial obligations to the
                                                                                        defined by the Financial Aid office), and
                 University have been met.
                                                                                   (3.) Your aid proceeds have been disbursed to Life University.


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                                            STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
                    Accounting Information – Disbursement (Cont.) and Withdrawal Refund Policies and Procedures

However, if you receive a living expense check on July 13, 2009, and                      Withdrawal from all Classes:
then drop hours before July 19th, you will be over-awarded on your                        Refunds and Return of Financial Aid
Federal Stafford loans. Federal Regulations require that the Office of                    For students who have followed the withdrawal procedures outlined
Financial Aid notify the Office of Accounting to send back the amount                     in the preceding section, the date the student notified the University
of your aid, if any, you are not eligible to receive, due to the drop in                  of their “intent to withdraw” will be the official date of withdrawal.
hours. (See Disbursement Policy above)
                                                                                          If a student fails to notify Life University, that they have stopped
If you are not registered, or are registered for less than 22 hours DC or                 attending classes, then Life University will determine the student's
if you are registered either as a part-time undergraduate or Masters                      withdrawal date by checking available attendance records. In the
student, as of June 15, 2009 the Office of Financial Aid must                             event that the last day of attendance cannot be determined, the
determine your eligibility and when or if you will receive a living
                                                                                          mid-point of the quarter will be used.
expense check. Completing an “Enrollment Notification” form will
inform the Financial Aid Office your current quarter’s enrollment intent                  In accordance with the Higher Education Amendments of 1998,
and will help expedite, as appropriate, your living expense check                         Life University will provide a refund that matches the federal
                                                                                          return of Title IV funds, if the student has withdrawn on or
Your check may be delayed if:                                                             before the 60% point of the quarter.
•     you filed your Financial Aid forms late, or they are incomplete;
•     you are enrolled less than 12 hours UG or GR or less than 22                        Students receiving federal Title IV financial assistance will be
      hours DC                                                                            subject to a “Return of Title IV Funds” calculation. This
                                                                                          calculation determines the percentage of the quarter completed,
                    BUDGET WISELY:                                                        the percentage of federal financial aid earned, and the amount of
Pay ahead on rent, auto insurance, and save money for Boards!                             federal financial aid that must be returned by the University and
                                                                                          by the student. Depending upon the types and amounts of
Photo ID Must Be Presented!                                                               financial aid received and the date of withdrawal, the student may
Before a student's living expense check is released, photo                                be required to repay some of the financial aid previously received.
identification must be presented. This identification can be either                       If the official withdrawal date is after the "60%" point of the
a driver's license or Life University student ID.                                         quarter, no return of Title IV funds will be required. Samples of
Note: You must sign a Perkins Promissory Note each quarter                                “Return of Title IV Funds" calculations are available upon request
before we can credit these funds (sign up for an appointment).                            from either the offices of Financial Aid or Student Accounting.
Georgia Grants are not available until at least 4 weeks after the                         For students enrolled in the full quarter - 11-week classes the after
end of Registration. Beginning Week 2 of the quarter, checks                              60% point of quarter is the 46th day (Thursday of the 7th week);
are cut on Tuesday & Thursday. After the third week, checks are
usually cut twice a week, as funds come in (within 3-6 days).                             For students enrolled in the 5 week accelerated classes the after
                                                                                          60% point of quarter is the 23rd day (Tuesday of the 4th week -
                                                                                          1st 5 weeks & Thursday of the 9th week- 2nd 5 weeks);
              Withdrawal from Life University
To withdraw from the University, you must initiate the action                             For any MS students enrolled in the summer quarter - 5 week classes
sequentially as follows:                                                                  the after 60% point of quarter is the 23rd day (Thursday of the 4th
1.   Obtain “Withdrawal / Hiatus Form” from Registrar’s Office.                           week).
2.   Complete, sign and date the form.
3.   Take the form to Accounting for signature.                                                 Students who earn a grade (other than "W, WF, or WNP") in at
4.   Take the form to Financial Aid for signature.                                              least one course in a quarter will not be considered withdrawn
5.   Take the signed form back to the Registrar Office. If the                                  but remaining courses will be dropped.
     “WITHDRAWAL AND HIATUS FORM” is not properly
     completed and signed by the Registrar’s Office, a refund, if                         Life University will refund the appropriate amounts according to
     applicable, can not be processed.                                                    the specific order of priority as prescribed in the law and
6.   Be aware that all loan agencies, veterans’ or other appropriate                      regulation.
     agencies will be notified of your change of status.
7.   The Accounting Office will receive a copy of your approved                           Refund Withdrawal Priority
     withdrawal form and a credit to your account will be made on a pro-                  Refunds will be made to the source for any student who receives any form of financial aid
     rated basis. If you have made full or partial payment on your                        and totally withdraws, in descending order, and in proportion to the amount paid toward
     tuition/fees by check, cash, or credit card and you desire a refund, you             tuition as described below:
     must notify the Accounting Office and furnish a mailing address, if
     necessary.                                                                           1.       STAFFORD/UNSUB
                                                                                          2.       STAFFORD/SUB
8.   If you have not attended class and withdraw from school, some                        3.       PERKINS LOANS
     financial aid received for that quarter may be an over-award. Life                   4.       PLUS (Graduate Student)
     University will take steps to collect the over-award from you in the                 5.       PLUS (Parent)
     case of campus-based aid. For other educational loans, the lender will               6.       PELL
     be promptly notified.                                                                7.       ACG SMART GRANT
9.   The procedure to appeal for a higher percentage of credit when a student             8.       SEOG
     withdraws from school is to act promptly in writing, by submitting an                9.       OTHER FEDERAL AID
     appeal to the academic dean of the appropriate school. Reasons for                   10.      HOPE SCHOLARSHIP
                                                                                          11.      GA TUITION EQUALIZATION GRANT
     submitting request are undue hardship resulting from death of an                     12.      OTHER FINANCIAL AID
     immediate relative of the student, injury or illness of the student, or other        13.      STUDENT
     special circumstances.
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                                           STUDENT ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES
  Accounting Information- Dropped Class Tuition & Fees Refund Policies                           Financial Aid Information –Eligibility and SAP

Tuition Refund Schedule – For Dropped Classes                                      V.A. Quarter Hour Conversion
Refunds will be granted to students who follow the required                        Course loads as defined by the Veterans Administration (V.A.):
procedures for dropping from courses according to the
following schedule; minus the associated drop fees (*)                             UG & DC Programs:
                                                                                   Full Load  - 12 +            qtr hrs
                                                                                   3/4 Load   - 9 -11           qtr hrs
                                                                                   1/2 Load   - 6-8             qtr hrs
        Drop Refund Calculations for Summer '09                                    1/4 Load   - 1-5             qtr hrs
                     Life University’s                                             MS PROGRAM:
            Colleges of Chiropractic, Graduate                                     Full Load - 9 +              qtr hrs
                 Studies & Research, and                                           3/4 Load  - 7-8              qtr hrs
                  Undergraduate Studies                                            1/2 Load  - 5-6              qtr hrs
                                                                                   1/4 Load  - 1-4              qtr hrs
                (Full Quarter courses)
                                    REFUND                                         FINANCIAL AID AWARDING POLICY
        DATES                          %                                           A student must have at least half-time status in a program of study to
        On or before        Jul 17      100%                                       apply for financial aid. You cannot combine credits from more than one
                                                                                   program to meet the half-time status. See or call the Financial Aid
        Jul 18           to         Jul 24              90%                        Office if you are unsure of your financial aid status.
        Jul 25           to          Jul 31             50%                        1. Undergraduate students will be awarded based on 15 hours per
                                                                                        quarter
        Aug 01           to        Aug 21               25%                        2. Graduate students will be awarded based on 12 hours per quarter
        Aug 22           to        Sep 26                0%                        3. Doctor of Chiropractic Program students will be awarded based on 25 hours per
                                                                                        quarter
                 (1st 5 week courses)                                              If you will be taking less than the stated credit hours, you may be
                                     REFUND                                        required to complete a “Financial Aid Enrollment Notification Form”
        DATES                           %                                          after you have registered. Please visit the Financial Aid Office for more
        On or before         Jul 17      100%                                      information.
        Jul 18      to       Jul 24       90%
                                                                                   This Form Is Available At The Financial Aid Office Window
        Jul 25      to       Jul 31       50%
        Aug 01      to     Aug 07         25%                                      SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS POLICY (SAP)
        Aug 08      to     Aug 18          0%                                      In order to receive approval for any form of Title IV financial
                                                                                   assistance, reasonable academic progress must be made toward
                                                                                   graduation. To demonstrate progress, a student must comply with the
                 (2nd 5 week courses)                                              following requirements:
                                    REFUND
        DATES                          %                                           Effective 6/20/09 (supersedes all former policies)
                                                                                   The United States Department of Education and most agencies
        On or before       Aug 21       100%                                       providing financial assistance require that students maintain satisfactory
        Aug 22      to     Aug 28        90%                                       academic progress (SAP) in their course of study to continue receiving
        Aug 29      to     Sep 04        50%                                       funding. Failure to maintain SAP will result in the loss of Federal Title
        Sep 05      to      Sep 11       25%                                       IV financial aid as well as State and other aid. Federal Title IV financial
                                                                                   aid includes Pell Grant, Supplemental Education Opportunity Grant
        Sep 12      to     Sep 26         0%                                       (SEOG), ACG and SMART Grant, Perkins Loan, Subsidized Stafford
                                                                                   Loan, Unsubsidized Stafford Loan, Parent Loan for Undergraduate
(*) However, even if your Financial Aid has been received prior to                 Students (PLUS), Graduate PLUS loan, and Federal work-study. State
     dropping classes, it will have to be re-evaluated to determine                aid includes Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant (GTEG), HOPE
     eligibility and amount.                                                       Scholarship and Leveraging Educational Assistance Partnership Grant
                                                                                   (LEAP). [Please note that HOPE Scholarship has grade point average
                                                                                   requirements over and above those listed below. They are outlined in
         FINANCIAL AID INFORMATION                                                 the HOPE Brochure, available in the Financial Aid Office.]
              AND ELIGIBILITY:
                                                                                   Doctor of Chiropractic (DC) and undergraduate (UG) students’
                                                                                   progress will be evaluated at the end of each spring quarter. Since the
Check Total Loan Indebtedness                                                      Master’s Degree program is just four quarters in length, master’s
You may check your total loan indebtedness by going to                             students (GR) will be evaluated at the end of each quarter. All
www.nslds.ed.gov. You will need your four digit pin number to                      students not making SAP will be notified in writing. DC and UG
confirm your identity. Select the “Financial Aid Review” tab.                      students will have a 3-quarter probationary period in which to comply
Questions? Call Financial Aid at (770) 426-2901                                    with the SAP policy. If, at the end of that 3-quarter period, they are still
                                                                                   not making SAP, DC and UG students will lose their future eligibility
Veterans Eligibility Information                                                   for financial aid. Because of the short duration of the masters’ program,
If you are eligible for benefits please see the Veterans' Coordinator,             GR students will have a 1-quarter probationary period in which to
located in the Registrar's Office, as soon as you arrive on campus.                comply with the SAP policy.

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                                           Financial Aid Information –SAP (cont) and Scholarships

If there are compelling mitigating circumstances beyond the student’s                          b.   GR:    Students seeking a master’s degree may not
control, students have the right to appeal their SAP determination.                                        receive financial aid after having attempted
Appeals must be submitted in writing to the Director of Financial Aid.                                     78 credit hours.
They should be detailed in nature and must include supporting
documentation. The Financial Aid Advisory Committee (FAAC) will                                c.   DC:    Students seeking a doctor of chiropractic
consider each appeal on its own merits. The FAAC reserves the right to
restrict students’ subsequent enrollment, should it grant an appeal.
                                                                                                           degree may not receive financial aid after
Students who choose not to appeal or have their appeal denied may                                          having attempted 525 credit hours.
regain their eligibility for financial aid by enrolling using their own               Warnings:
resources or alternative non-federal funding and bringing their academic              ● It is an academic policy of the University that DCP students
performance into compliance with this policy.
                                                                                         have a maximum of eight calendar years to complete their
SAP is measured in three ways:                                                           programs. Please be advised that, should DCP students
   1. Qualitative Standard (grade point average - GPA):                                  average less than 12 earned hours per quarter, they will be
        The cumulative GPA provided by the Registrar’s Office will be                    unable to complete the program in 8 calendar years.
        used. This is the “institutional GPA” listed at the bottom of the
        transcript.                                                                   ●   Full time DCP students are eligible to borrow no more than
          a. DC and UG students must maintain a cumulative                                $224,000 in Federal Stafford Loans. Please be advised that,
             GPA of 2.00 or higher.                                                       should DC students average less than 19 earned hours per
          b. GR students must maintain a cumulative GPA of                                quarter while receiving the maximum Federal Stafford loans
             3.00 or higher.                                                              for all quarters, they will exhaust their Federal Stafford Loan
                                                                                          eligibility prior to completion of the program.
     2.   Quantitative Standard
          All students (UG, GR, DC) are expected to complete at
                                                                                      College of Chiropractic Enrollment Status
          least 67% of all courses attempted. Attempted courses
                                                                                      1. The minimum number of credit hours a DCP student must
          are defined as those for which one has registered and
                                                                                          take to be considered full-time will be 12 per quarter
          been charged in which grades of A, B, C, D, F, W, WF,
                                                                                          (between 6 and eleven credits will be part-time).
          I, P, SP, NP, WNP or IP are given. Completed
                                                                                      2. All DCP students should be registered as full-time students
          courses are defined as those in which grades of A, B, C,
                                                                                          unless they are under special contract and/or by academic
          D (in some UG courses only) SP, or P are given.
                                                                                          restriction policy.
               Example of meeting the SAP requirements:
          At the end of spring quarter 2009, Kevin Smith, an                          Changing Degree Programs: For SAP purposes, students who
          undergraduate student, has attempted 45 credit hours.                       change from one degree program to another will be permitted to
          He has earned grades of "C" in all 45 hours. He has                         "start over" regarding the qualitative standard. For the
          met the quantitative standard because his completion                        quantitative standard, courses accepted as credit toward the new
          rate is 100%. He has successfully completed all of the                      degree will be counted as hours attempted and earned.
          courses he attempted. He has met the qualitative                            Obtaining a Second Degree at Life: For SAP purposes,
          standard because his cumulative GPA is 2.00.                                students who have earned one degree at Life and wish to work
                                                                                      toward a second degree will start over again, just as if they were
            Example of not meeting the SAP requirements:                              new students.
          At the end of spring quarter 2009, Susan Moore, a DC
          student, has attempted 95 credit hours and completed                        Transfer Courses: For SAP purposes, transfer courses accepted
          70 of those 95 credits. Her cumulative GPA is a 1.90.                       as credit toward the Life University degree will be counted in the
          She met the quantitative standard because her                               quantitative standard, but not the qualitative standard.
          completion rate is 73%; however, she did not meet the                       Timing of SAP: DC and UG students will not be evaluated
          qualitative standard since her GPA is below a 2.00.                         with regard to SAP until they have attended Life University for
                                                                                      at least two quarters. Because of the short duration of the
     3.   Time Frame                                                                  master’s program, GR students will be evaluated after their first
          All students (UG, GR, and DC) are expected to finish                        (and subsequent) quarter in the program.
          their degrees after having attempted coursework not to
          exceed 150% of their program requirements (measured
          in credit hours attempted).                                                 SCHOLARSHIPS
          a. .UG: Students seeking an associate degree may                            Information Is Available On The Life Web Page For All
                      not receive financial aid after having                          Programs At (www.life.edu)
                      attempted 189 credit hours. Students                            1. Click on “Admissions/Financial Aid”
                      seeking a bachelor’s degree may not receive                     2. Click on “Types of Financial Aid”
                      financial aid after having attempted 282                        3. Click on the "Scholarships"
                      credit hours.                                                   4. Click on the Scholarship name to find the deadline, amount, &
                                                                                      requirements.


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                                      Financial Aid Information –Grants, Loans, And Repayment

GRANTS, LOANS, AND WORK-STUDY:                                                  Following graduation or withdrawal and a nine-month interest
These funds are available to assist Life University students with               free grace period, the loan has a 5% interest rate with up to ten
their educational expenses. To apply for this assistance a student              years to pay the loan in full. No interest accrues while in school
                                                                                at least halftime. Funds are limited and are awarded to the
must annually submit:                                                           earliest, highest need applicants.
1. Free Application for Federal Student Aid Form (FAFSA).                       Federal Stafford Subsidized Student Loan –
2. Life University Financial Aid Certification Form.                            These Federally insured loans are made by private lending
3. If verification is requested on the SAR then a signed Federal                institutions such as banks or savings and loan associations.
   income tax return(s) from the appropriate year(s) and a                      Currently the interest rate is fixed at 6.8% (6.00% for
   Financial Aid verification worksheet are needed.                             undergraduate loans). For loans disbursed before July 1, 2006
                                                                                you will have a variable interest (not higher than 9%). The
Undergraduate Status: If a student has earned a 4 year degree,                  variable interest rate effective July 1, 2009 has not been released.
there is no eligibility for the Federal Pell Grant or the Federal               Contact the Office of Financial Aid for further information.
Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant. Any student,
who is in the Undergraduate program regardless of any previous                  Federal Unsubsidized Stafford Loan –
degrees earned, may still qualify for other types of financial aid.             These loans are non-need based loans and provide additional
                                                                                funding to students. (Same terms as Stafford loans, except the
Graduate Status: Any student in the Graduate program or any                     borrower is responsible for interest while in school.). Currently
student in the Doctor of Chiropractic with at least 135 quarter                 the interest rate is fixed at 6.8%. For loans disbursed before
hours and/or 4 year degree may qualify for loans, scholarships                  July 1, 2006 you will have a variable interest (not higher than
and/or work study.                                                              9%). The variable interest rate effective July 1, 2009 has not been
                                                                                released. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for further
The following is a brief description of the various Financial Aid               information.
programs: (further details should be obtained from the Office of
Financial Aid).                                                                 Effective July 1, 2009, the maximum origination fee for both
                                                                                the subsidized and unsubsidized loans will be .5%. The
Grants available include (for undergraduate students only)                      .5% origination fee will apply only to new loan periods that
1. Federal Pell Grant is awarded only to the neediest students,                 begin on or after July 1, 2009. The insurance fee can be up to an
   using Congressional system of need analysis.                                 additional 1.0%, both depending on the lender/guarantor.
2. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant:                          The appropriate fees (if applicable) will be deducted
   (SEOG) Priority is given to Pell Grant recipients. These                     proportionately from the loan principal proceeds.
   grants are awarded by the college, from funds given annually
   by the Federal government. Funds are limited and are                         REPAYMENT TERMS: –
   awarded to the earliest, highest need applicants.                            Repayment generally begins 6 months after graduation or after
3. The Academic Competitiveness Grant (ACG)                                     dropping below half-time status. The minimum monthly payment
   To be awarded to first year who graduated from high school                   is $50 per month. However, the standard loan repayment term is
   after 1/1/06, and second year students who graduated from                    10 years; therefore, your monthly payment may be higher. The
   high school after 1/1/05. Eligible students must have                        repayment term can be longer depending on the repayment type
   successfully completed a "rigorous" high school program, be                  chosen. Both principal and interest payments will be deferred
   enrolled in college full-time, and be receiving a Federal Pell               while you are in school at least half-time. You do have the option
   Grant. Please see Financial Aid Office for additional                        to pay your interest while in school. This option will reduce your
   information.                                                                 overall debt by eliminating the accrued interest.
4. The National Science & Mathematics Access to Retain
   Talent (SMART) Grant                                                         Federal Stafford Loans
   To be awarded to third and fourth year undergraduate                         Annual Subsidized Loans Limits
   students who are enrolled full-time, receiving the Federal Pell               for Dependent Students
   Grant, and who are majoring in physical, life sciences,                            $5,500 -       first year students
   computer sciences, mathematics, technology, engineering, or a                      $6,500 -       second year students
   foreign language. Please see Financial Aid Office for                              $7,500 -       other undergraduates
   additional information.
5. H.O.P.E. Scholarship: Georgia residents in UG program                         for Independent Students
   must have graduated high school with a B average or have                           $9,500 -      first year students
   maintained a B average in college. Additional eligibility                         $10,500 -      second year students
   requirements apply. (See Financial Aid Office)                                    $12,500 -      other undergraduates
6. Georgia Tuition Equalization Grant: (GTEG) Georgia                                $20,500 -      graduate or part time professional (DC)
   residents in UG program and full-time status.                                     $33,000 -      Full time professional (DC)
                                                                                 Aggregate Loan Limits
LOANS AVAILABLE INCLUDE:
Federal Perkins Loan –                                                              $31,000 -      undergraduates (dependent)
These Federal loans are awarded by Life University using money                      $57,500 -      undergraduates (independent)
given annually by the Federal government and collections on                        $138,500 -      graduate or part-time professional (DC)
previous loans.                                                                    $224,000 –      full-time professional (DC)
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                       Financial Aid Information –Available Loans and Repayment Information, and Work Study

Federal Parent Loan For Undergraduate Students (PLUS)                                    The maximum annual budget increase for health related
-These loans are available to parents of undergraduate                                   expenses are $1,500, dental expenses $1,500, and car repairs
students.                                                                                $2,000.
The maximum amount on this program is the cost of education                              For computer purchase, the increase is $1,400; however, this can
minus estimated financial aid. Borrowers (parents or guardians)                          only be increased one time during your enrollment at Life
must meet established credit criteria. There is an origination fee                       University.
of 3.0% and an insurance premium of up to 1% depending on
the guarantor. Both will be deducted proportionately from the                            For childcare, it is $500 per quarter for married parents and
loan proceeds.                                                                           $1,000 for single parents or the actual cost of your childcare
                                                                                         expense, whichever is less.
Repayment Terms –
Repayment of principal and interest begins within 60 days after                          Increases can only be approved for costs that were incurred
the loan is fully disbursed. Parents have the option to request a                          during the quarter that the increase is being requested
deferment on payments based on the student’s enrollment status
of at least half-time. Interest charges begin when the check is                           Please note that you will need to apply for additional financial
produced. The interest is fixed for new loans disbursed on or                            aid to cover your requested budget increase. The additional
after July 1, 2006. The fixed interest is 8.50%. For loans                               financial aid would be in the form of available Unsubsidized
disbursed before July 1, 2006 you will have a variable interest                          loans, Graduate Plus, or private loans. Please see the Office of
(not higher than 9%). The variable interest rate effective July 1,                       Financial Aid for more information.
2009 has not been released. Contact the Office of Financial Aid
for further information.                                                                 Financial Aid Budget Increase for National Boards
                                                                                         Students can request a loan increase to cover the costs of
Federal Graduate PLUS loan (Grad PLUS) –                                                 Boards, Parts I - IV and PT.
Graduate/Professional Students will be allowed to borrow
additional federal funds that do not affect the aggregate limit                          To cover the cost of Boards, you may borrow additional funds
($224,000 DC). Students will not be allowed to borrow over                               through Stafford loans (if you are eligible), GradPlus, or private
their Cost of Attendance (COA) or student budget.                                        alternative loans. The GradPlus and private alternative loans are
                                                                                         based on your credit worthiness.
The maximum amount on this program is the cost of education
minus estimated financial aid. Borrowers must meet established                           You will not be eligible for an additional increase for retakes of
credit criteria. There is an origination fee of 3.0% and an                              the National Boards or PT Board. A student must also be
insurance premium of up to 1% depending on the guarantor.                                enrolled when payment of Boards is received. Increases can only
Both will be deducted proportionately from the loan proceeds.                            be approved for costs that incurred during the quarter that the
The interest is fixed for new loans disbursed on or after July 1,                        increase is being requested.
2006. The fixed interest is 8.50%. For loans disbursed before
July 1, 2006 you will have a variable interest (not higher than                          To request the budget increase, complete the National Boards
9%). The variable interest rate effective July 1, 2009 has not been                      Request Form (located in the Financial Aid Office) along with a
released. Contact the Office of Financial Aid for further                                copy of your National Board receipt.
information.
                                                                                                Life University is Authorized To Issue Checks
Repayment Terms –                                                                                    To National Board for Board exams
Repayment of principal and interest begins within 60 days after
the loan is fully disbursed. (Interest charges begin when the                            Life University Check Issuance Policy For NBCE Payment
check is produced). Students maintaining 6 or more credit hours will                     Effective immediately students receiving financial aid may
qualify for an “in-school” deferment. You should request this deferment with             request that payment for Board exams be made directly
your lender.                                                                             from their student accounts to the National Board of
                                                                                         Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE).
Credit -Based Loans –
These loans are for graduate and undergraduate students who                              In order to meet the “no late fee” NBCE deadline of July 7,
qualify based on credit. A co-borrower is required if you are a                          2009, interested students must contact the Office of Financial
freshman, a foreign student, have no credit history or have a low                        Aid. To receive a Life University check issuance to NBCE for
credit score. Interest rates and fees are variable. See the Financial                    payment of Boards, you must have financial aid already
Aid Office for more information.                                                         established for Summer quarter 2009 and you must contact the
                                                                                         Office of Financial Aid no later than Tuesday, July 16, 2009.
Emergency Loans -
Offered to provide short term assistance to students in crisis                                   FEDERAL COLLEGE WORK STUDY AND
situations. Documentation is required. Contact the Office of                                                 WORK OFF CAMPUS -
Student Accounts.                                                                        Part-time, on campus employment and off-campus (community
                                                                                         service jobs) are available to students through the Federal
Policy for Financial Aid Budget Increases                                                College Work-Study Program. Application is made in the
Students can request a budget increase for the following                                 Financial Aid Office. The Career Counseling and Placement
expenses:
                                                                                         Department, located in the Student Life Office, also offers a
Non-routine health related costs, dental expenses, and car                               “job locator” service to assist students and their spouses in
repairs. Also included are childcare expenses and purchase of a                          finding off-campus, part-time employment.
computer.

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                                                    STUDENT SERVICES
                                   Registrar Office - Records Change, FERPA, Grade Availability

        REGISTRAR’S OFFICE POLICIES                                           b.     If a student is dependent, the parent may review the
             AND PROCEDURES                                                               student's file without written permission. Check
                                                                                          with the specific department for age requirements
ACADEMIC RECORDS CHANGE                                                                   determining dependent status. Neither parents nor
Student records maintained by the Office of the Registrar are                             spouses of our students can obtain Grade or Registration
official documents with permanent State, Federal, SACS and CCE                            information without the written consent of the student,
legal significance. They are subject to review or audit at any time                       on file in the Registrar's Office.
by an authorized agency or individual. Records may be changed                 2.     To amend a record he/she believes is inaccurate. The
or amended only under specific circumstances. No grades will be                      student must write the University official responsible for the
changed after the period for changing grades has passed.                             record, identify that part of the record he/she wants
Failed courses can not be removed from a transcript irrespective                     changed, and specify why it is inaccurate. The University
of a successful repeat. When a course is repeated successfully,                      will notify the student of the decision within 45 days and
the failed grade is not factored into the student's GPA, except                      advise the student of the right to a hearing if the record was
for the Master's program (all grades are factored for MS).                           not amended to the student's request.

However, to reflect an accurate record of the student's academic              3.     To request a hearing. The student will be notified within
undertaking, all courses that the student has undertaken within                      45 days of the request with the time, place and procedure of
each program of study will remain on the transcript.                                 the hearing. The department which has authority for the
                                                                                     change request will provide the committee and the
Beginning with Winter 2006, processes are being implemented                          procedures for the hearing.
for both the College of Chiropractic and the College of
Undergraduate Studies’ Undergraduate program to factor all                    "Directory information" is -
coursework attempts into cumulative GPAs (repeated courses                    Information not generally considered harmful or an invasion of
will no longer be factored out).                                              privacy if disclosed.
                                                                              Includes, but is not limited to:
If you have a name change or social security number change,                        name, address, telephone number
please see the Registrar's office with documentation to support                    weight and height of athletes
the change. Students who have questions regarding their records                    date and place of
are invited to bring them to the attention of the Registrar.                       dates of attendance
                                                                                   field of study
FAMILY EDUCATIONAL RIGHTS AND PRIVACY                                              degrees and awards
ACT (FERPA)                                                                        most recent previous school attended
Under the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act                                participation in officially recognized
(FERPA), the student has the right:                                                activities and sports
1. To inspect and review education records pertaining to the
   student.                                                                   Students who wish to be omitted from the directory or any other
2. To request an amendment to the student's records.                          student publication must inform the Registrar's Office in writing.
3. To request a hearing (if the request for an amendment is                   The option may be changed once a year only.
   denied) to challenge the contents of the education records,                         Life University publishes an email directory on it’s Web site.
   on the grounds that the records are inaccurate, misleading,
   or violate the rights of the student.                                      GRADE AVAILABILITY - Web Advisor only
                                                                              End-of-Quarter Official Grade Reports are available the
Life University's Policy (under FERPA) gives the student                      Wednesday after classes end (12th week) each quarter. If you
the right:                                                                    cannot access your report via Web Advisor, come to the
1. To inspect his/her records. All requests for inspection                    Registrar's Office for an address check/update.
     must be submitted in writing. The University has up to 45
     days to respond. (Every effort will be made to fill the                  Grades and cumulative GPAs will be available by Web Advisor
     request in a timely manner.)                                             for Spring 2009 after June 23, 2009, with appropriate student
     a. All students must give written permission for a                       ID and PIN numbers.
         third party to obtain any information from their                     (You may also use Web Advisor-see IT section for accessing Web Advisor)
         files. The person(s) and/or organization's name, date
         and purpose of the file review will remain logged in the             Follow the procedure outlined on page 3 to obtain information
         student's file. Also, the person and department who                  and grades by Web Advisor:
         authorized the review will be noted.                                      (Grade Change Information is now available immediately
                                                                                           after the “Change” has been processed)




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                                                             STUDENT SERVICES
                                  Registrar’s Office - Grade Change Policy and Graduation Information

Grade Change Policy                                                          Graduate student must meet the eligibility requirements as set by
Any grade or attendance dispute must be resolved no later than               the Graduate faculty (Have completed all graduation requirements
the last class of the quarter. Although the three-day period                 including having taken comprehensive exams and have the
before each new quarter begins is considered time for faculty                recommendation of your advisor).
professional development, Faculty should be available to listen              (Ceremonies are to be held twice a year, June & December)
to student appeals for grade change. Students have until the
second day of the first week of classes in the immediately                     The University reserves the right to alter the minimum requirements to
following quarter to initiate a grade change appeal. If the                                    participate in graduation ceremonies.
change is granted, instructors should submit a completed grade
change form to the Registrar before the end of the first week of             A student’s inclusion in a “Graduation Program” and/or
classes of the immediately following quarter. After this date,               participation in a commencement ceremony does not
no changes will be processed without approval of the dean                    necessarily mean a degree has been conferred. No one will
of the appropriate college.                                                  be considered graduated until all requirements and
                                                                             obligations to Life University have been met.
           GRADUATION INFORMATION:
Current Graduation Ceremony is June 19,2009                                            (Dates to petition for graduation will be posted on the
                                                                                                bulletin boards across the campus.)
Preparations are beginning for the next Life
University DCP only commencement ceremony that                               Academic Records Review
will begin at 1:00 pm Sept 25, 2009.                                         DCP 12th Quarter and Above Students:
(Followed by one for UG, MS, and DCP on Dec. 18)                             Records review is mandatory whether you petition to graduate or
             See the Registrar’s graduation bulletin board                   not. Mandatory records review for December 2009 or March
              participation lists and for further updates                    2010 (or for September2009) prospective graduates will start
                                                                             Monday, July 27, 2009 and end Friday, August 7, 2009. You
Commencement Ceremony Participation Requirements                             must come to the Registrar’s office during the week of July 13,
Students earn the right and the privilege to participate in                  2009 to sign up for your quarter’s review time.
commencement ceremonies. In addition to the tremendous hard
work and the enormous effort of earning their degree, the                    Senior Undergraduate Students:
following requirements must also be met.                                     (having completed @145 hrs.+)

All prospective graduates must;                                              Second Year Graduate Students: (With recommendation of
1 have filed a petition to graduate at the Registrar’s Office                your advisor & eligible /planning to take Competency exam
2. have completed an “Intent Pack” and forms for Graduation                  the graduating qtr.)
     Documentation                                                           Records review is mandatory whether you petition to graduate or
3 have completed the mandatory Registrar’s Record Review
     (the current review must have within the last six months)               not. Mandatory records review for December 2009 prospective
4 be academically completing or registering for all remaining                graduates will start Monday, July 27, 2009 and end Friday,
     academic degree requirements with a minimum satisfactory                August 7, 2009. You must come to the Registrar’s office during
     cumulative GPA (For DCP students this includes Clinic                   the week of July 13, 2009 to sign up for your quarter’s review
     Practicum)                                                              time.
     ● DCP and UG degrees requires a minimum 2.0
           cumulative GPA                                                    Reviews last approximately 10-15 minutes. Please arrive 5
     ● BSD (Bachelors in Dietetics) requires a minimum 2.5                   minutes early in order to fill out required forms -“Intent Pack”
           cumulative GPA
     ● MS requires a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA                              You must bring your student ID to the review.
5 Complete exit interviews with the offices of                               Prospective graduates must have a records review before they
     ● Career Placement (through Student Services and is                     can petition for graduation
           required for all UG degrees)
     ● Exit Exam (required for business degrees only)                        Last day DCP to petition to participate in Sept. 2009
     ● Financial Aid                                                         graduation is Aug. 21, 2009. (For all Dec. 2009 – last day Nov. 13,
     ● Student Accounting - Perkins Exit                                     2009) (For DCP March 2010 – last day Feb. 20, 2010)
GRADUATION PARTICIPATION POLICIES:                                           All students are responsible for monitoring their educational
DCP Students may participate in the graduation ceremonies if                 progress. To assure your participation in a graduation ceremony
they have already completed or are scheduled to complete                     all requirements must be met by the stated deadline.
their requirements in the quarter in which they are graduating.              No diploma will be ordered without a signed petition to graduate
     (Ceremonies are to be held four times a year)                           on file. No final, official transcripts or diploma will be issued
Undergraduate students may participate in the graduation                     unless the Registrar’s Office has determined all requirements and
ceremonies if they have already completed or are                             obligations to Life University have been met.
scheduled to complete their requirements in the quarter in
which they are graduating.
(Ceremonies are to be held twice a year, June & December)
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                                                     STUDENT SERVICES
                          Registrar’s Office - Transcripts, Graduation Documents, and Enrollment Status

TRANSCRIPTS AND TRANSCRIPT RELEASE:                                             International Student Hold:
A normal Official Transcript is based on course grade                           For failing to maintain INS class load requirements
information available at the time a transcript is requested. The
request is processed as soon as possible and is not, therefore,                 Library Hold:
held to the end of the quarter.                                                 For overdue books/unpaid fines

If you require transcripts to be sent, with the most up-to-date                 Registrar’s Hold:
grade information, to State Boards or other institutions, please                Other special circumstances
request "Final" or "Graduate" Official Transcripts.
                                                                                ENROLLMENT STATUS
Final Official transcript requests are held until the current                   Enrollment Status Verification for Life University can be
quarter's grades are processed then mailed to the requested                     obtained from Registrar’s Office upon request.
destination.
                                                                                Full-time status: CUS       UG        12-20 hours
Graduate Final official transcripts are held until a student clears                                         DI        12-20 hours
all academic and financial obligations to the University and if                                    CGSR     MS        9-16 hours
their records reflect "officially" graduated.                                                      COC      DC        12+ hours

GRADUATION DOCUMENTS RELEASE:                                                   Half-time status: CUS       UG        6-11 hours
After completion of your degree, we would joyously like to give                                             DI        6-11 hours
you your graduation documents (i.e. diploma etc.) and wish you                                     CGSR     MS        5-8 hours
well in Life "After Life."                                                                         COC      DC        6-11 hours

However, no graduation document package will be ordered                         College of Chiropractic Enrollment Status Notes
unless the student has:                                                         All DC students are expected to maintain full-time status
● petitioned to graduate                                                        unless under special contract or academic restriction.
● filled out a graduation intent pack
● completed the required records review                                         DC students have a maximum of eight (8) calendar years to
                                                                                complete the program. Students not completing an average
Failure to complete these requirements may delay issue of                       twelve (12) credit hours per quarter may not be able to meet this
graduation documents up to six weeks.                                           deadline.

Graduation documentation packages and diplomas will be                          In an effort for students to be able to complete the DC
released to the graduate beginning four (4) weeks after the end                 program requirements in less than 14 quarters, the
of the graduate’s final quarter and upon fulfillment of all                     maximum hours a DCP student may take has been raised
obligations to the University.                                                  to 31 hours (additional tuition per credit costs will apply). This
                                                                                applies to any good academic standing DCP student who is 2nd
Requests for graduation documents to be mailed must be                          quarter (completed as least 19 credits) or above and has at least a
submitted in writing. The graduate may either fill out the                      institutional cumulative GPA of 2.500 or above and has no
appropriate form or provide a notarized request.                                classes/clinic that are being/needed to be repeated.

OFFICIAL DOCUMENT HOLDS:                                                        Each student must maintain good academic standing plus
Transcripts and/or graduation documents will not be issued if a                 standards defined as above in order to be able, in succeeding
student or graduate has a “hold” placed on that student’s                       quarters, to continue to attempt 31 hours.
records. Holds include (but are not limited to):
                                                                                Dual enrollment
Academic Actions Pending:                                                       Dual enrollment is when a student is concurrently enrolled in
There is pending academic or disciplinary action.                               more than one academic program and level. It should be noted
                                                                                that the program level in which the student has full-time status
Accounting Hold:                                                                governs financial aid matters. (This is not the same as dual major
For any unpaid balance owed to Life University                                  which is concurrent enrollment within the same program level).

Graduate Document Hold:                                                         ENROLLMENT STATUS AND FINANCIAL AID
For academically cleared graduates who still have financial                     Qualifying for most types of Financial Aid depends on your
obligation to the University. No Transcript or graduate                         primary program. You must be enrolled a minimum of 6 credit
documents will be released to the Graduate or to other                          hours in either; the UG, DI or DC program or 5 credit
Institutions.                                                                   hours from MS program.



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                              Registration Definitions and Procedures Guidelines , Registration Holds

REGISTRATION DEFINITIONS AND PROCEDURES:                                                          Friday of the sixth (6th) week full qtr class.
DEFINITIONS                                                                                       Friday of the ninth (9th) wk 2nd 5 wk. qtr class.
Application of the correct process below influences which
                                                                                                  Last day to drop full qtr class(es) is
additional charges and/or refund calculations can be applied to
                                                                                                  Monday of the eighth (8th) wk. but a grade of
your account.
                                                                                                  WNP or WF is assigned.
Add                At least one or more courses are registered
                                                                               Withdrawal /       Last day to withdraw from all classes is
                   (during the latter part of 1st week) for one’s
                                                                               Hiatus             Monday of the tenth (10th) wk. full qtr. Class
                   schedule; a $25.00 per course charge is levied
                                                                                                  but it is with a grade of WNP or WF.
                   for these classes.
Delete             To remove at least one or more courses from                 Registration Holds:
                   one’s proposed schedule during (pre)                        A student will be denied unsupervised registration if a hold has
                   registration. No charge is levied for these                 been placed on that student’s records. Holds include (but not
                   classes.                                                    limited to):
Dis-enrollment To be removed from some or all registered
                   classes, due to administrative request or an                Academic Actions Pending:
                   unpaid balance of tuition, for the quarter.                 There is pending academic or disciplinary action.
Drop               To remove at least one but not all proposed                 Accounting Hold:
                   (during the latter part of 1st week)/contracted             For any unpaid balance owed to Life University.
                   (beginning 2nd week of a quarter) courses
                   from one’s schedule. A $25.00 per course                    Academic Restriction Hold:
                   charge is levied for these classes and                      Academic status is not in good standing/not achieving satisfactory
                   beginning the 2nd week of the quarter tuition               academic progress within student’s program of study.
                   forfeiture.                                                 Address Hold:
Hiatus             To remove all contracted courses from one’s                 Mail to the student is returned undeliverable.
                   schedule for the rest of the current quarter.
                   Student plans to return to the University                   Clinic Retest Hold:
                   within a specified time. (i.e. next qtr., after             A returning or re-admitted student who has been out of clinic for
                   Summer, within 2 qtrs.)                                     two or more quarters will not be allowed to practice in any clinic.
                   (No additional fee is charged but qtrly tuition             Contract Hold:
                   and fees are forfeited based on date of the qtr             Unfulfilled admission or academic restriction contracts or
                   relative pro-rated percentage of use. The                   incomplete admission documentation.
                   unused portion is refunded.)
Withdraw           To remove all contracted courses from one’s                 Failed Courses Hold:
                   schedule for the rest of the current quarter.               DC student not repeating failed clinics/courses immediately the
                   (No additional fee is charged but qtrly tuition             following quarter.
                   and fees are forfeited based on date of the qtr             Failed Twice and Thrice Hold:
                   relative pro-rated percentage of use. The                   DC students who have failed the same course twice or more. All
                   unused portion is refunded.) Student does not               registration’s are held until grades for the quarter are processed
                   plan to return to the University within a                   and qualification for registration is verified.
                   specified time                                              Note: Third failure could result in a performance contract,
                                                                                        Academic Suspension, Academic Dismissal, or
PROCEDURES:                                                                             Academic Termination.
Pre-registration Begins the eighth (8th) or ninth (9th) week of
                 the previous quarter                                          International Student Hold:
Registration     Begins twelfth (12th) week Wednesday after all                For failing to maintain INS class load requirements.
                 grades have been submitted & transcribed                      Library Hold:
                 (prior to and including Tuesday (UG) and                      For overdue books/unpaid fines.
                 Wednesday (COC & MS) of first (1st) week of
                 next quarter’s classes. Registration for 2nd 5                Practicum Twice & Thrice Hold
                 wk classes ends sixth (6th) week Wednesday.                   DC students who have failed the same clinic twice or more
Add              From midnight Tuesday Thursday (UG).                          times. All registration are held until grades for the quarter are
                 From midnight Wednesday (COC & MS)                            processed and qualification for registration is verified.
                 until Friday (COC & MS) of first (1st) week of                Note: Third failure could result in a performance contract,
                 classes. Add for 2nd 5 wk classes ends sixth                          Academic Suspension, Academic Dismissal, or
                 (6th) week Friday.                                                    Academic Termination.
Add/Drop fee $25.00 per action                                                 Registrar’s Hold:
        Note: Switching a lab is actually both an add, and a drop              Other special circumstances
                 so two fees will be charged.
Drop             Last day to drop class(es) with a grade of W,
                 Friday of the third (3rd) wk. 1st 5 wk. qtr class.
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                                         Guidelines for Registration and Registration Reminders

GUIDELINES FOR REGISTRATION:                                               6.     Multiple Assemblies
Remember: You are responsible for your registration and your                    A DC student who needs more than one assembly can be
          education.                                                            seen in the Registrar’s Office if;
                                                                                    a. The student is in eleventh quarter or above or for
1. Registration Dates:                                                                 students finding it necessary to “catch up” in order to
Pre-Registration June 1st – June 23rd                                                  graduate on time.
Registration -   June 24th – July 14th       1st 5 wk UG/MS                         b. or see NBCE Preparation Assemblies above)
                 June 24th – July 15th       COC, MS & 10 wk UG
                 June 24th – August 19th     2nd 5 wk UG/MS                7.   Independent Study
Add/Drop         July 15th                   1st 5 wk UG/MS                     A student needing an independent study course,
(with fees)      July 16th – July 17th       COC, MS & 10 wk UG                 a. can be seen by the Registrar to qualify the student
                 Aug. 20th – Aug. 21st       2nd 5 wk UG/MS                        eligibility and/or
                                                                                b. has been accepted into the DCP “Research Tract” and the
DCP students should register for an assembly every quarter.                        independent study is part of the Research Tract Plan.
                                                                                c. and/or has written permission from their respective
     Web registration times for COC & UG in good academic                          Dean's Office.
                          standing only.
2.   Registration Times                                                    8.   Dual Degree Program
     You may register at the date and time designated for your DCP              A student is eligible to enroll in two programs if they have
     quarter classification (e.g., 8th quarter, etc.) and/or at the time        been admitted to more than one program. After they register
     assigned alphabetically (UG is by last name only) by your last             for their DCP classes, dual COC, CUS, and/or CGSR
     name. You may dial in at any time after your assigned time; as             students must register with their respective UG or MS
     many times as you wish; however, to avoid jamming the                      advisor for their remaining, other than DCP, classes.
     telephone lines, we ask that you call in at your assigned time, or
     after all assigned times have passed. See below for assigned          9.   Overload Registration
     times                                                                      CUS and/or CGSR Students must go to their respective
                                                                                Dean's Office and then come to the Registrar's Office, after
3.   PIN Number                                                                 their assigned pre-registration time if they will exceed the
     If you have not received or lost your Personal Identification              maximum hours for their primary program.
     Number (PIN) you must appear in person at the Registrar's
                                                                                COC Students may come to the Registrar's Office first if
     Office with a picture I.D. For the release of that number, see
                                                                                their “academic good standing” and cumulative GPA meet
     the receptionist in the Registrar's Office between 8:00 am and
                                                                                the policy for Overload, otherwise the student must go to
     4:30 pm. Present your ID along with your request.
                                                                                their respective Dean's Office and then come to the
                                                                                Registrar's Office, after their assigned pre-registration time.
     This number is confidential and cannot be changed. It is
     assigned to you for the duration of your academic career at Life
                                                                           10. Time Conflicts
     University.
                                                                               You are not allowed to remain registered for courses which
                                                                               meet at conflicting times without the Dean's Office written
     No PIN # can be given out over the phone regardless of
                                                                               approval.
     circumstances but upon request it can be e-mailed to your
     Life University webmail account.
                                                                           11. Auditing Courses – Policy and Procedure
                                                                               Students wishing to “audit” classes must come to the
4    Unresolved Financial Obligations
                                                                               Registrar's Office. Audit registration may not be done by
     The automated telephone registration system will not allow
                                                                               phone. Financial Aid monies are not available for
     students with unresolved financial obligations to register (See
                                                                               audited classes nor can audited classes be used toward
     Accounting and/or Library Holds above).
                                                                               "Satisfactory Academic Progress" (SAP).
     If you have an outstanding balance you must contact the                    Individuals wishing to audit classes at Life University may
     Student Accounting Office and resolve your financial                       pre-register at anytime. Paperwork is held and processed the
     obligation (including Library fines) before you will allowed to            2nd Monday of each quarter. Auditing placement is based
     register                                                                   upon seating availability. Proper paper work obtained from
                                                                                the Registrar’s Office must be filed before the quarter begins.
5.   Multiple Clinics                                                           Students should attend planned classes while waiting for the
     A DC Intern, whose first DCP term is effectively before Winter             paperwork to be processed. Accepted students’ names
     2006, needs written permission to sign up for multiple clinics –           should appear on the official class roster of the courses
     See your Clinic Advisor                                                    audited. The courses being audited should also appear on
                        (see page 7 for specifics)                              the student’s approved schedule of courses. Should seating
                                                                                be unavailable, the Registrar's Office will attempt to notify
                                                                                the student as soon as possible after the 2nd Tuesday.

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                                       Guidelines for Registration and Registration Reminders

    No degree credit is granted for courses scheduled on an
    auditing basis, and students are not permitted to change to or      14. Reapplying Students
    from an auditing status except through the regular procedures           Reapplying students are those who have been inactive/
    for schedule change. The grade for auditing is AU (Audited).            withdrawn/dismissed for three (3) quarters or more.
    The grade of AU will have no effect upon the student’s grade            These students must reapply through the New Student
    point average, and students will not be permitted to have the           Development Office (Admissions). Upon reacceptance and
    audit grade changed at any future date.                                 permission to readmit, the reapplying student may then
                                                                            register at the Registrar’s Office any time before 5:00 p.m.
    Full-time UG students may audit a course in addition to their           the day after their class does. Deadline for reapplying is
    20-hour limit, and dual degree DC students may audit a course           thirty (30) days before the first day of classes.
    in addition to their 31 hours. Auditing is available to students,
    staff and faculty as well as interested persons from the general    15. Clinic Re-entry Requirement
    public. Students who audit an entire course will be charged             DCP students, who have been inactive (out of clinic) for two
    $100.00 per course or students who audit portions of a                  (2) quarters or more, or are transferring from another school
    course(s) will be charged $100.00, in units, per 30 course              into Life’s clinic experience, must be processed for clinic re-
    hours.                                                                  entry by registering for CLIN 5600—Clinic Re-Entry Exam
                                                                            ($30.00 fee—Pass/No Pass). A No Pass in CLIN 5600
    Students on academic restrictions are encouraged or may be              requires re-registration for another CLIN 5600 at additional
    required to make use of this opportunity. Priority will be given        fee... (See Clinic Info and/or Blackboard listing for more
    to regular students over an auditor for a filled class. Students        details)
    who are auditing are not allowed to take tests.
                                                                        16. Dry Labs
    The policies may be modified under the terms of an                      If you are authorized to pre-register for a dry lab be sure to
    “performance contract” including registration priority                  register using dry lab schedule listing, Section “Q”. After April.
    and/or testing privileges and/or terms of requirement.                  6th you can only register in Registrar's Office and you must bring
                                                                            a memo from the Student Success Center
12. Prerequisites                                                       .
    The Web Advisor registration system should not permit               17. Student Schedules
    students to pre-register for courses for which they lack                All students should request schedules from the Registrar's
    prerequisites unless the student is currently enrolled in the           Office immediately after any pre-registration, registration,
    prerequisite course(s). Students who later fail the prerequisite        Add/Drop (especially if done by telephone) to verify their
    course(s) should adjust their schedules during the registration         schedules. This is your receipt and verifies any registration,
    period or, at the very latest, during add/drop. Students who            registration changes, adds, drops, and withdrawals for both
    do not adjust their schedules to meet prerequisite                      you and the Registrar's Office.
    requirements may be dropped from any course for which
    the prerequisite has not been met. This could be done               18. Student Success Center
    around the 3rd week of classes, and you may be charged a fee            Students who require special assistance in the registration
    of $25 per course.                                                      process should contact the Student Success Center (770) 426-
                                                                            2725 for accommodation.
    If such action is taken, e-mail notices are sent to the student
    the 4th week of the quarter.
                                                                        19. Add/Drop Reminder
    Life University’s recent technology upgrade for academic                 Students may make changes to their schedules by web,
    records will allow the College of Chiropractic to track                 telephone, or in the Registrar's Office during the listed
    students who are enrolled for courses without completing                Add/Drop posted dates for a $25.00 per item fee. (Prior to
    their required prerequisites. Prerequisites for courses will            Add/Drop dates, changes may be made to schedules without
    be strictly enforced to the extent that class roles will be             charge.)
    checked during the quarter and any student who has not
                                                                        20. Problems
    completed the prerequisites will be dropped from the
                                                                            If you experience any problems there is a HELP LINE to
    course without warning and too late in the quarter to add
                                                                            assist you at 426 - 2780 Monday - Friday from 8 a.m.- 5
    another course. A decrease in credit hours caused by a
                                                                            p.m., except holidays.
    drop in course load could change your Financial Aid
    status and result in unnecessary tuition expense. Please            Web Pre-Registration Information
    check your prerequisites carefully!                                 All current students in good standing should register by Web
13. Readmitting Students                                                Advisor. Times are based on your class status classification at the
    Readmitting students are those who have not attended classes        end of the preceding quarter. You can find your class status
    for one or more quarters. These students must report to the         classification on that quarter’s grade report or your current
    Registrar’s Office to obtain permission to readmit and may          schedule.
    then register at the Registrar’s Office any time before 5:00 p.m.
    the day after their class does. Deadline for readmission is the         Note- You must know your password in order to login
    first day of classes.                                                     access and register with Web Advisor
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                                                Pre-Registration and Web Registration

PRE-REGISTRATION TIME SUMMARY                                           Step 4—Open and read the email in your mailbox named
DC students: Assigned pre-registration runs from Monday, March          Life University Web Advisor
2, 2009 through Thursday, March 5, 2009                                 ● Write down your Web Advisor Login and Temporary
                                                                            Password
13th qtr & above      Mon,      06/01          3:00 p.m.
12th qtr              Mon,      06/01          4:30 p.m.                Web Advisor is how you register, view your grades, track your
11th qtr              Mon,      06/01          6:00 p.m.                financial aid, and review your account balance.
10th qtr              Mon,      06/01          7:30 p.m.
 9th qtr              Mon,      06/01          9:00 p.m.                Step 5—To get into Web Advisor
 8th qtr              Mon,      06/01         10:30 p.m.                    a. Go to the Life University webpage-
 7th qtr              Tue,      06/02          5:00 p.m.                       http://www.life.edu
 6th qtr              Tue       06/02          7:30 p.m.                    b. Point on “Current Students” slide to “Registration” slide to
 5th qtr              Tue       06/02          9:30 p.m.                       and click on “Web Advisor”
 4th qtr              Wed       06/03          5:00 p.m.                    c. Click on Login
 3rd qtr              Wed,      06/03          7:00 p.m.                    d. USERNAME: get from email sent to you, or click on
 2nd qtr              Wed,      06/03           900 p.m.                       “What’s My User ID?”
 1st qtr              Thu,      06/04          5:00 p.m.                    e. PASSWORD: get from email sent to you. If you forget
                                                                               it in the future, click on “Reset My Password” and it will
Undergraduate students: Pre-registration begins Monday, March                  be emailed to you.
2, 2009 at your UG advisor’s office. Assigned Web registration              f. After you log in (the first time you access Web Advisor)
begins Friday March. 6, 2009 at 5:00 p.m.                                      you will be prompted to change your password. Your
                                                                               new password must contain both letters and numbers,
MS students: There is no Graduate (MS) Student Web or                          be at least 6 characters in length but not more than 8,
telephone access but students may pre-register with your MS                    and is case sensitive. You might want to make it the
advisor’s signed approval at the SHS Dept. or the Registrar’s Office           same as your Blackboard and Email passwords (the first
beginning Monday, March. 21, 2009.                                             initial of your first name and the first initial of your last
                                                                               name and the last 4 digits of your SSN).
HOW TO BEGIN REGISTATION BY WEB ADVISOR
 NOTE: Registration will be available; only by Web access
          (Web Advisor), at the Registrar’s Office, and/or with
          DCP, UG & MS Advisors
Step 1—Fill out your Registration Worksheet:
● Use the Academic Quarterly to obtain the course code for each
    course you selected.
● Include all the leading zeros in the course codes.
● Write down any conflicting or closed classes in order to keep
    track, and prepare alternate course selections in case of
    conflicting or closed classes.

Help Line:          (770) 426-2780
                    8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday
If this is your first encounter with Web Advisor, continue as
below otherwise if you have used Web Advisor before Skip to            Click SUBMIT
Step 5.                                                                A confirmation will display your selections.
                                                                       Registration will occur when you Click SUBMIT on this screen.
Step 2—Find your LU email address
1. What’s My LU email address? (or another member of the
    Life University Community) (from page 2):
    a. Go to the Life University webpage- http://www.life.edu
    b. Click on “Quick Links” “Directory”
    c. Type in your last name - find official LU email address

Step 3—Check your email
    a. Go to the Life University webpage- http://www.life.edu
    b. Click on “Current Students” find the group for “Student
       Services”, find “Webmail” (near the bottom of the list)
       (http://webmail.student.life.edu)
    c. USER NAME: is the first part of your email address. So,
       everything before the @ sign.
    d. PASSWORD: is the first initial of your first name and the
       first initial of your last name and the last 4 digits of your
       SSN (if you don’t have a SSN, the last 4 digits of your
       Student ID).


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                                                         Pre-Registration and Web Registration

                                                                                    In order to meet the “no late fee” deadline of Tuesday,
                                                                                    July. 7, 2009, interested students must contact the Financial
                                                                                    Aid Office no later than Wednesday, July 1st, and have
                                                                                    financial aid ready for Summer quarter 2009. We
                                                                                    encourage you to make your request before you leave for
                                                                                    the break between Fall and Winter quarters. In order to
                                                                                    meet the absolute deadline of Tuesday, July. 21st ,
                                                                                    interested students must contact the Financial Aid Office
                                                                                    no later than Friday, July 10th, and have financial aid
                                                                                    ready for Summer quarter 2009.
                                                                                          If your financial aid is confirmed, Student
                                                                                          Accounting will prepare a check payable to the
                                                                                          NBCE in your name for the cost of your Boards.
Instructions for Web Registration
                                                                                          This cost will be taken directly from your Summer
Step 6—Register for classes                                                               quarter financial aid.
    a. After logging into Web Advisor Click on Register for Classes.                2. Passport-type photos maybe available through the
    b. If you know the 4-letter Subject Name, Course Number,
                                                                                       Registrar’s office (will not win any awards but are acceptable
         and Section Number, enter them. You must specify the
         Term.
                                                                                       to go along with your application). The fee is $5.00 and
    c. The Take for column should have credit selected, if you                         includes notarization of your application’s signature.
         want credit for this class.
    d. The Submit button will send this request and register you if                 Financial Aid Budget Increase for National
         there are no conflicts. Your new schedule will be displayed                Boards
         to confirm your successful registration.                                   Students can request a loan increase to cover the costs of
                                                                                    Boards, Parts I - IV and PT. The increase can only apply
          NBCE REGISTRATION REMINDERS:
Deadline for NBCE Part 1, 2, 3, & PT, July 7, 2009 (for September                   to Boards taken July 1, 2006 and after. (See above)
2009 Exams).                                                                        To cover the cost of Boards, you may borrow
Deadline for NBCE Part 4, Aug. 11, 2009 (for Nov 2009 Exams).                       additional funds through Stafford Loans (if you are
Registrar’s Office must certify eligibility all first time                          eligible), GradPlus, or private alternative loans. The
examinees for any given Part.                                                       GradPlus and private alternative loans are based on
                                                                                    your credit worthiness.
     SERVICES OFFERED TO STUDENTS APPLYING                                          You will not be eligible for an additional increase for
                FOR NBCE BOARDS
                                                                                    retakes of the National Boards or PT Board. A student
To facilitate Student Applying for “Boards”;                                        must also be enrolled when payment of Boards is
                                                                                    received.
Life University is now authorized to issue checks to NBCE for your                  To request the budget increase, complete the National
Board exam applications                                                             Boards Request Form (located in the Financial Aid
                                                                                    Office) along with a copy of your National Board
Life University Check Issuance Policy for NBCE Payment
                                                                                    receipt.
This can be done in place of obtaining a Money Order or Cashier’s
Check BUT, plan ahead now!!!                                                           Registration and Grades by telephone is no longer
If you want this to work for you, the window of opportunity; deadline eligibility       available but both are available via the upgraded
& availability is tight.                                                                                  Web Advisor.
1.   Life University Check Issuance Policy for NBCE
     Effective immediately, students receiving financial aid may                          SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT
     request that payment for Board exams be made directly
     from their student accounts to the National Board of                                 Effective for Spring 2009 Quarter
     Chiropractic Examiners (NBCE).
                                                                                        The Academic Quarterly Schedules
                                                                                           will be available online only
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                                     REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                          Pre-Registration and Web Registration

PREREGISTRATION SCHEDULE SUMMER 2009                                        ADDITIONAL PRE-REGISTRATION
                                        Current        By Initial of        REMINDERS AND INFORMATION
Date                      Time          Quarter        Last Name
Monday, June 1, 2009      10:00 AM        All          Student Success   Listed below are the rules of hours completed
                                                          Center         that is the basis for your quarterly class status
                                                                         and assigned pre-registration time:
Monday, June 1, 2009      11:00 AM        14           All
                                                                         QUARTER                         HOURS COMPLETED
                                                                         FIRST                              0.00 - 18.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      3:00 PM         13           A-Z               SECOND                            19.00 - 43.00
                                                                         THIRD                             44.00 - 68.00
                                                                         FOURTH                            69.00 - 93.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      4:30 PM         12           A-Z               FIFTH                             94.00 - 118.00
                                                                         SIXTH                            119.00 - 143.00
                                                                         SEVENTH                          144.00 - 168.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      6:00 PM         11           A-Z               EIGHTH                           169.00 - 193.00
                                                                         NINTH                            194.00 - 218.00
                                                                         TENTH                            219.00 - 243.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      7:30 PM         10           A-Z               ELEVENTH                         244.00 - 264.00
                                                                         TWELFTH                          265.00 - 289.00
                                                                         THIRTEENTH                       290.00 - 314.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      9:00 PM         9            A-Z
                                                                         FOURTEENTH                       315.00 - 333.00
                                                                         FIFTEENTH                        334.00 - 999.00
Monday, June 1, 2009      10:30 PM        8            A-Z
                                                                         Minimum 340-341 Hours Are Needed To Graduate.

Tuesday, June 2, 2009     5:00 PM         7            A-Z               If You Have Any Questions Regarding Your Current
Tuesday, June 2, 2009     6:30 PM         7            L-Z               Quarter Status Check Your Last Grade Report.

                                                                         The maximum hours a DCP student may take is 31
Tuesday, June 2, 2009     7:30 PM         6            A-Z                 hours ( with a d d it io n a l t u iti o n p er c r ed it c o st s
Tuesday, June 2, 2009     8:30 PM         6            L-Z                                        a p p ly i ng) .

                                                                         This applies to any good academic standing DCP
Tuesday, June 2, 2009     9:30 PM         5            A-Z               student who is 2nd quarter or above (completed as
Tuesday, June 2, 2009     10:30 PM        5            L-Z
                                                                         least 19 credits), has a minimum “Institutional
                                                                         Cumulative” GPA of 2.500 or above and has no
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   5:00 PM         4            A-Z               current unresolved failed classes/clinic.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   6:00 PM         4            L-Z
                                                                         Each student must maintain good academic standing
                                                                         plus standards defined as above in order to be able, in
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   7:00 PM         3            A-Z               succeeding quarters, to continue to attempt 31 hours.
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   8:00 PM         3            L-Z
                                                                         For CGSR - Masters Students
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   9:00 PM         2            A-Z               There is NO (pre) registration via the web. (Pre)
Wednesday, June 3, 2009   10:00 PM        2            L-Z               registration can either be done at your MS
                                                                         Advisor's office or at the Registrar's Office, if your
Thursday, June 4, 2009    5:00 PM         1            A-Z               registration form has been signed and the class(es)
Thursday, June 4, 2009    6:00 PM         1            L-Z               approved by your MS advisor.

Friday, June 5, 2009      5:00 PM         UG           A-D               Academic Restrictions
Friday, June 5, 2009      6:30 PM         UG           E-K               Most students with academic restrictions cannot
Friday, June 5, 2009      8:00 PM         UG           L-Q               pre-register but must wait until the quarter’s
Friday, June 5, 2009      9:30 PM         UG           R-Z
                                                                         grades are available. (Restrict via various
                                                                         registration holds) An academically restricted
Tuesday, June 23, 2009    11:59 PM        Pre-registration Ends          student must coordinate desired pre-registration,
                                     (converts to Registration Mode)     registration and “Adds” through their respective
                                                                         Dean's office or their designate until achieving
                                                                         “Good Academic Standing.”

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                                          REGISTRATION INFORMATION
                                                    Registration Quarterly Calendar -

REGISTRATION (After Grade Reports Processed)
                               Start   Time       Stop
Wednesday, June 24, 2009       12:01 AM                  Registration for All returning Students - (by Web COC & UG ONLY)
Wednesday, July 8, 2009        1:00 PM                   New DC Web Registration, E-mail & Blackboard Orientation
Thursday, July 9, 2009         2:00 PM                   New DC Students Web Registration by Reservation #
Thursday, July 9, 2009         2 - 5 PM                  New DC's, Advisement (see orientation Schedule)
Thursday, July 9, 2009         9 - 1 PM                  New UG's, Advisement & Registration (see orientation Schedule)
Tuesday, July 14, 2009                    11:59 PM Registration Ends for 1st 5 Wk UG (converts to Add/Drop Mode)
Wednesday, July 15, 2009                  11:59 PM Registration Ends for COC, 10 wk UG & MS (converts to Add/Drop Mode)
Wednesday, August 19, 2009                1:00 PM        2nd- 5 Week Registration Ends



New DC / UG on Wed-Fri. (See Orientation Schedule)
Thursday, July 9, 2009         2:00 PM    1-45           NEW DC STUDENTS
Thursday, July 9, 2009         3:00 PM    46-90          WEB REGISTRATION
Thursday, July 9, 2009         4:00 PM    91-135         By Reservation #:
Thursday, July 9, 2009         5:00 PM    136-170



ADD / DROP                     Start   Time       Stop
Wednesday, July 15, 2009       12:01 AM 11:59 PM 5 wk UG students with $25.00 per item charge
Thursday, July 16, 2009        12:01 AM                  begins for all COC, 10 wk UG & MS programs, with $25.00 per item charge
Friday, July 17, 2009                     11:59 PM ends all Adding of UG Classes
Friday, July 17, 2009                     11:59 PM ends all Adding of DC & MS Classes
Monday, July 20, 2009          12:01 AM                  begins drops with tuition forfeiture
Monday, July 20, 2009          7:00 AM                   begins drops and Withdrawals with grade "W"
Wednesday, July 29, 2009                  5:00 PM        Last day To Switch from 1st 5 wk to 10 wk classes (No Charge)
Friday, July 31, 2009                     5:00 PM        Last day To Drop or withdraw CUS 1st 5 wk with Grade "W"
Monday, August 3, 2009         7:00 AM                   begins CUS - UG 1 st 5 wk drops and withdrawals with grade "WF" or "WNP"
Monday, August 10, 2009                   5:00 PM        Last day To Drop 1st 5 wk Classes
Friday, August 21, 2009                   5:00 PM        Last day To Drop or withdraw COC & CUS - UG 10 wk with Grade "W"
Monday, August 24, 2009        7:00 AM                   begins COC & CUS - UG 10 wk drops and withdrawals with grade "WF" or "WNP"
Monday, August 31, 2009                   5:00 PM        Last day To Drop 10wk Class
Friday, September 4, 2009                 5:00 PM        Last day To Drop or withdraw CUS 2nd 5 wk with Grade "W"
Monday, September 7, 2009      7:00 AM                   begins CUS - UG 2nd 5 wk drops and withdrawals with grade "WF" or "WNP"
Monday, September 14, 2009                5:00 PM        Last day To Withdraw from all classes and / or Drop 2nd 5wk classes


                              AFTER ANY FORM OF REGISTRATION
             (INCLUDING PRE-REGISTRATION AND ADD OR DROP)
                             GET A NEW COPY OF YOUR SCHEDULE
                            **You should pick up a new copy of your schedule, for
                            verification of, and after any changes in your class (pre)
                                     registration has been attempted/made,
                                     via the Web or at the Registrar's Office.

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                       COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                                   CUS Advisement, List of Advisors, and Undergraduate Degree Offerings -

Advisement                                                                                Advisor                              Location
Life University recognizes the role of advisement in the                                  Exercise Science
                                                                                          Ms. Amanda Timberlake                Room. 144 SHS Bldg.
educational process and the responsibility of our faculty in                              Dr. Cathy Faust                      Room. 150 SHS Bldg.
providing effective advisement. Advisement should not focus
exclusively on the students’ course scheduling but represents an                          Nutrition:
                                                                                          Ms. Jaleh Dehpahlavan – Dept. Head   Room 113, Annex B
opportunity for faculty and the University to express a special                           Dr. Wilfred Turnbull                 Room 113, Annex B
interest in both the personal and academic welfare of the                                 Ms. Donna Plummer                    Room 113, Annex B
student.
                                                                                          Biology:
                                                                                          Dr. Scott Carpenter                  Room 236, Annex B
Academic faculty involvement in student advising includes                                 Dr. Edwin Billmire                   Room 227, Annex B
advisement in the area of academic preparation and mentoring
                                                                                          Psychology
to students. Faculty may provide individual or group tutorials to                         Dr. Peggy Samples                    Room 103, Annex B
students, serve as club advisors, and mentor students in career
path choices and other areas as needed.                                                   General Studies & Pre-Chiropractic Programs:
                                                                                          Freshmen Advisors:
                                                                                          Dr. Frank Ruechel – Dept. Head       Room 103, Annex B
Advisement and registration for students in the College of                                Mr. Henry Hammond                    Room 103, Annex B
                                                                                          Mr. David Wallace                    Room 103, Annex B
Undergraduate Studies is coordinated by the Dean and                                      Dr. Peggy Samples                    Room 103, Annex B
respective Department Heads. (See a list of advisors below)                               Ms. Amanda Timberlake                Room. 144 SHS Bldg.

                                                                                          Sophomore and Above Advisors:
Advisement dates                                                                          Mr. Raj Pradhan – Associate Dean     Room 103, Annex B
                                                                                          Dr. Vivek Penumetcha                 Room 236, Annex B
Advisement for all returning students begins May 27 , 2009.                               Mr. Dickson Owusu                    Room 236, Annex B
You may be advised by your advisors, by the Dean's Office, or                             Dr. Scott Carpenter                  Room 236, Annex B
by the Registrar's Office. See your advisors in their offices as                          Dr. Edwin Billmire                   Room 227, Annex B
                                                                                          Mr. Albert Nutsukpui                 Room 236, Annex B
needed.                                                                                   Ms. Kelli Bain                       Room 236, Annex B
                                                                                          Mr. Bob Burger                       Room 226, Annex B
                                                                                          Dr. Peggy Samples                    Room 103, Annex B
New Student Advisors will be available at Orientation and
Advisement July 9, 2009.                                                                   COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                                                                                Degree And Certificate Offerings
Please remember these advisors are there only to expedite and assist. Under               UNDERGRADUATE DEGREE OFFERINGS
absolutely no circumstances are their recommendations valid if it contravenes             Department of Business
                    existing, published University policy.                                Associate of Science in Computer Information Management
                                                                                          Bachelor of Science in Computer Information Management
                                                                                          Bachelor of Business Administration
          You are responsible for your schedule and your education.
                                                                                          Department of General Education
COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES                                                          Certificate in Life Coaching Psychology
                                                                                          Associate of Science in Life Coaching Psychology
UNDERGRADUATE ADVISORS LIST                                                               Bachelor of Science in Psychology
Advisor                           Location                                                Bachelor of Science in Biopsychology
                                                                                          Bachelor of Science in General Studies
Provisional/Transitional Studies:
Dr. Michael Smith – Interim Dean            Room 103, Annex B                             Department of Natural Sciences
Ms. Daisy Buckner                           Room 103, Annex B                             Bachelor of Science in Biology

                                                                                          Department of Nutrition
Business Administration:
                                                                                          Bachelor of Science in Nutrition
Dr. S. Char                                 Room 103, Annex B                             Bachelor of Science in Dietetics
Ms. Wanda Benjamin                          Room 103, Annex B                             Dietetic Internship*
Dr. Ron Kath –Dept. Head                    Room 103, Annex B                             Verification Statement*

                                                                                          Department of Sport Health Science
Computer Information Management:                                                          Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
Dr. George Teston                           Room 103, Annex B
Mr. Morris Sparks                           Room 103, Annex B                             *Post Undergraduate Certification

                                                                                   See the online Academic Catalog for more information
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                   COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                  Undergraduate Degree Offerings, B.S. in Biology Advisement, Pre-Chiropractic Advisement


                 DCP MATRICULATION                                      Total of 135 quarter hours of Undergraduate coursework is
                                                                        required to enter the chiropractic program (DC program).
        A 7-QUARTER PLANNING EXAMPLE
                                                                        Students can transfer down 53 credit hours from the
Pre-Chiropractic Program & Degree-seeking B.S. in Biology               Chiropractic program into the Undergraduate program in order
                                                                        to fulfill Biology requirements, Biology electives, and free
1st Quarter                                    (20 credits)             electives to complete a BS in Biology.
BIO 111 – Biology I                                   5 cr.
                                                                          Credits taken in an Undergraduate program cannot be
CIM 101 – Intro. to Computers                         5 cr.              given advanced standing toward a DC Degree, based on
ENG 101 – English Comp. I                             5 cr.                       the following from the CCE Standards.
MAT 101 – College Algebra                             5 cr.
                                                                        “Credits considered for transfer must have been awarded for
                                                                        courses taken in a DCP accredited by the CCE or in a program
2nd Quarter                                    (20 credits)             accredited as a first professional degree in one of the health
BIO 112 – Biology II                                  5 cr.             sciences by another nationally recognized accrediting agency, or
CHM 111 – General Chemistry                           5 cr.             in a graduate program in an academic discipline closely related to
ENG 102 – English Comp. II                            5 cr.             the health sciences offered by an institution which is recognized
                                                                        by a national accrediting agency.”
PSY 101 – General Psychology                          5 cr.

                                                                        BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN BIOLOGY/
3rd Quarter                                    (20 credits)             PRE-DC STUDENTS
BIO 201 – Anatomy & Physiology I                      5 cr.             The following required/elective courses for the B.S. in Biology
CHM 112 – General Chemistry II                        5 cr.             will credit down from the DC program. Therefore, these classes
English/Humanities Elective                           5 cr.             should not be taken by students planning to enter the DC
                                                                        program.
HIS/POL Requirement                                   5 cr.
                                                                              BIO 302     Embryology
4th Quarter                                    (20 credits)                   BIO 303     Histology
BIO 203 – Anatomy & Physiology II                     5 cr.                   BIO 410     Neurophysiology
                                                                              BIO 425     Visceral Physiology
CHM 211 – Organic Chemistry I                         5 cr.                   BIO 431     Microbiology I
PHS 111 – Physics                                     5 cr.                   BIO 433     Microbiology II
SOC 101 – Sociology or other Social Sciences          5 cr.                   BIO 435     Physiology Lab
                                                                              BIO 437     Immunology & Disease Pattern
                                                                              BIO 441     Pathology I
5th Quarter                                    (20 credits)                   BIO 442     Pathology II
BIO 312 – Cell Biology                                5 cr.                   BIO 445     Endocrinology
CHM 212 – Organic Chemistry II                        5 cr.                   CHM 315     Biochemistry I
English / Literature                                  5 cr.                   CHM 316     Biochemistry II
PHS 112 – Physics II                                  5 cr.
                                                                            BACHELOR OF SCIENCE DEGREE IN
6th Quarter                                    (20 credits)                  EXERCISE SCIENCE, NUTRITION ,
BIO 335 – Vertebrate Physiology                       5 cr.                        PSYCHOLOGY OR
Soc Sci Elective                                      5 cr.                BIOPSYCHOLOGY/PRE-DC STUDENTS
Any courses                                          10 cr.             Students can also fulfill their pre-DC-
                                                                        requisites, completing the 135 quarter hours
7th Quarter                                    (15 credits)             entrance requirements while pursuing these
BIO 315 – Principles of Ecology                       5 cr.             degrees. Students should see the individual
BIO 316 – Principles of Genetics                      5 cr.             department’s advisors for information on
Any courses                                           5 cr.
                                                                        which DC classes will transfer down and be
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                               COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                                                                            Pre -Chiropractic Advisor Admission Worksheet

All matriculants must furnish proof of having earned a minimum of 135 quarter* hour credits of appropriate pre-professional education
courses at an institution or institutions accredited by a nationally recognized agency. Included in these credits must be a minimum of 72
quarter* hour credits in, (specific six areas of distribution) listed course areas. In addition, all matriculants must have earned a cumulative
grade point average of at least 2.50 on a scale of 4.00 for the listed courses, and for the required 135* quarter hours. In situations in which
one or more courses have been repeated with equivalent courses, the most recent grade(s) may be used for grade point average
computation and the earlier grade(s) may be disregarded.

In each of the six distribution areas, no grades below 2.00 on a 4.00 scale may be accepted.

*Quarter hour credits have been converted from equivalent semester hour credits

                                                                               Course
                                                                 Required     Offered   Course                                         # of     Equiv.
                      Subject Requirement                                                                  Course Name                                   Grade Given
                                                                 Sem/Qtr      Sem/Qtr   Number                                        Credits    Qtr.
                                                                  Hours        S   Q                                                            Hours
        English Language Skills:                                   6/9

        (English Language Skills requirement includes English
        Composition, Speech or English literature coursework.)


                        Total Qtr. Hours:
        Psychology:                                               3/4.5
                        Total Qtr. Hours:
                                                                 15/22.5
        Social Science / Humanities




                        Total Qtr. Hours:
                                                                                                      Totals for Non-Sciences Only
        Biological Sciences                                        6/9


        Two or more unduplicated courses with labs
                    Total Qtr. Hours:
        Chemistry                                                 12/18
        3-General / Inorganic

        6-Organic / Biochemistry

        3-Other Chemistry Course

        6-Must have pertinent lab

                        Total Qtr. Hours:
        Physics                                                    6/9


          Two or more unduplicated courses w/one
          pertinent lab OR one 3 hr physics course
         w/lab and one 3 hr course in biomechanics,
          kinesiology, statistics, or exercise physio.


                        Total Qtr. Hours:
                                                                                                                     Totals for Sciences Only

                                                                                                              TOTAL HOURS / GPA 48/72


                                                     ** All courses listed above must be equivalent to a "C" or better.




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                         COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                            REGISTRATION AND ADVISEMENT
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                COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                                      Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                                  Requisites                        Credits              Sum.   Fall      Win.     Spr.
ACT    201   Principles of Accounting I                    BSN 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X                  X
ACT    202   Principles of Accounting II                   ACT 201                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
ACT    301   Managerial Accounting                         ACT 202                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)             TBA

                                                           Can not be used to fulfill Core
ATW    108   Athletic Wellness                                                               (Max 4 cr. hrs.)     Obtained as Transfer Credit Only
                                                           Science requirement
ATW    110   Racquetball                                                                     (0-2-1 cr. hrs.)      X
ATW    112   Karate                                                                          (0-2-1 cr. hrs.)      X
ATW    114   Strength Training                                                               (0-2-1 cr. hrs.)      X
ATW    120   Tennis                                                                          (0-4-2 cr. hrs.)      X


BIO    101   Survey of Biology                                                               (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                       TBA
BIO    103   Survey of Biodiversity                                                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                TBA
BIO    111   General Biology I                                                               (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
BIO    112   General Biology II                            BIO 111                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
BIO    201   Anatomy and Physiology I                      BIO 112 & CHM 112                 (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)               X         X
BIO    203   Anatomy and Physiology II                     BIO 112 & CHM 112                 (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)                         X        X
BIO    302   Embryology                                    BIO 112                           (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    303   Histology                                     BIO 112, min grade "C"            (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    312   Cell Biology (BIO 216)                        BIO 112 & CHM 112                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X         X        X
BIO    315   Principles of Ecology (BIO 215)               BIO 112                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
BIO    316   Principles of Genetics                        BIO 112 & CHM 112                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
                                                           ENG 101 & BIO 112 both
BIO    322   Biology Seminar                                                                 (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                                TBA
                                                           grade "C"
BIO    335   Vertebrate Physiology                         BIO 201 & BIO 203                 (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X                  X
BIO    401   Anatomy and Physiology                        BIO 112 & CHM 112                 (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    410   Neuromuscular Physiology                      BIO 335 & CHM 315                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    415   Basic Public Health                           BIO 112                           (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    425   Visceral Physiology                           BIO 335 or BIO 410                (6-0-6 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    431   Microbiology I                                CHM 315                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    433   Microbiology II                               BIO 431                           (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    435   Physiology Lab                                BIO 335 or 425 & BIO 410          (1-4-3 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    437   Immunology & Disease Patterns                 BIO 431                           (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    441   Pathology I                                   BIO 303                           (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    442   Pathology II                                  BIO 441                           (3-2-4 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC
BIO    445   Endocrinology                                 BIO 335, BIO 410 & CHM 315        (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      DC      DC        DC       DC


BSN    101   Introduction to Business                      ENG 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
BSN    201   Business Ethics                               BSN 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
BSN    270   Diversity in Organizations                    BSN 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
BSN    301   Business Law                                  BSN 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X


CHM    111   General Chemistry I                           MAT 101                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
CHM    112   General Chemistry II                          CHM 111                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
CHM    113   General Chemistry III for Pre-Professionals   PHS 112                           (2.5-1-3 cr. hrs.)           TBA
CHM    211   Organic Chemistry I                           CHM 112                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
CHM    212   Organic Chemistry II                          CHM 211                           (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
CHM    315   Biochemistry I                                BIO 112 & CHM 212                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      DC      UG        DC       UG
CHM    316   Biochemistry II                               CHM 315                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      UG      DC        UG       DC


CIM    101   Introduction to Computers and the Internet                                      (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      X        X         X        X
CIM    201   Computer Programming I                        CIM 101                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X
CIM    202   Computer Programming II                       CIM 201                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                  X
CIM    203   Computer Programming III                      CIM 202                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X

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                    COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                                        Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                                      Requisites                       Credits               Sum.    Fall     Win.     Spr.
CIM    205      Business Computer Applications                 CIM 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
CIM    230      CIM Seminars                                   CIM 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               TBA      TBA     TBA
CIM    250      Operating Systems                              CIM 201                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                  X
CIM    301      Java Programming                               CIM 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
                                                               CIM 201 or CIM 301 or Dept.
CIM    304      Business Application Development                                                (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                        TBA
                                                               Appr.
CIM    305      Management Information Systems                 CIM 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
CIM    310      Data Communication and Networking              CIM 305                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
CIM    330      Business App. Oriented Database Design         CIM 305                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
CIM    350      Multi-media Business Presentation              CIM 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
CIM    355      Web Design and Programming                     CIM 350                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X
CIM    370      Software Project Management                    CIM 201                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                  X
CIM    405      Decision Support and Expert Systems            CIM 205 or 305                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                TBA
CIM    410      Business Systems Analysis and Design           CIM 310 & 330                    (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                  X
       441-
CIM             CIM Internship                                 CIM 101, 201, & 305 Fac. App     Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.   TBA       X        X        X
       445
CIM    450      Senior CIM Project I                           CIM 410, Jr. Level or Fac. App   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
CIM    451      Senior CIM Project II                          CIM 410, Jr. Level or Fac. App   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X


CLP    091      Integrity and Citizenship                                                       (0 cr. hrs.)            X                X
CLP    092      Leadership and Entrepreneurship                                                 (0 cr. hrs.)            X                X
CLP    093      Learning Theory/Critical Thinking                                               (0 cr. hrs.)            X
CLP    094      Contemporary Scientific Paradigms                                               (0 cr. hrs.)            X                X
CLP    095      Phil. of Human Exist. & Health Care Policy                                      (0 cr. hrs.)                    X                 X
CLP    096      Comm. & Relationship Theory/Skills                                              (0 cr. hrs.)                    X                 X
CLP    097      Belief Systems and Performance                                                  (0 cr. hrs.)                    X                 X
CLP    098      Integrative Change                                                              (0 cr. hrs.)                    X                 X

                                                                                                                       6 cr    9 cr.    9 cr.    8 cr.
DTR    511      Dietetic Internship (From Aug- May annually)   Dept. Approval                   Varies each Qtr.
                                                                                                                       hrs.    hrs.     hrs.     hrs.

ECO    20l      Principles of Microeconomics                   ENG 101, MAT 101                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
ECO    202      Principles of Macroeconomics                   ENG 101, MAT 101                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                         X


ENG    101      English Composition I                          TSE 099 or Place. Test           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)        X       X        X        X
ENG    101-SL   English Composition I (Eng. As Second Lang)    TOEFL Scores/ESL Classes         (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X
ENG    102      English Composition II                         ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)        X       X        X        X
ENG    102-SL   English Composition II (Eng. As Second Lang)   ENG 101-SL                       (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)        X                X
ENG    110      Fiction Writing                                ENG 101                          (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                                  X
ENG    111      Poetry Writing                                 ENG 101                          (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                         X
ENG    112      Screenwriting                                  ENG 101                          (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)      TBA
ENG    121      Public Speaking                                                                 (1-2-2 cr. hrs.)        X       X
ENG    131      Workplace Communications                       ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
ENG    201      Survey of American Literature                  ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
ENG    202      Survey of British Literature                   ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
ENG    203      World Literature I                             ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                  X
ENG    204      World Literature II                            ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
ENG    205      Survey of Eastern Literature                   ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
ENG    210      Studies in Mystery Fiction                     ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)
ENG    220      American Drama                                 ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)        X                X
ENG    230      Introduction to Short Fiction                  ENG 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               TBA


FIN    303      Principles of Finance                          ACT 202                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                 X



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                                        Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                                  Requisites                         Credits               Sum.    Fall     Win.      Spr.
FLM    101    Introduction to Classical Cinema                                                (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
FLM    102    World Cinema                                                                    (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                          X
FLM    103    Contemporary Cinema                                                             (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                                   X


FRN    111    French I                                     TSE 099 & TSR 099 or Place. Test   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               TBA
FRN    112    French II                                    FRN 111                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               TBA


FYS    100    First Year Seminar                                                              (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)        Used for Transfer Credit Only


HCM    301    Introduction to Health Care Management       MGT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)              TBA
HCM    350    Health Care Ethics and Policy                HCM 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)              TBA
HCM    401    Health Care Financing                        HCM 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)              TBA


HIS    101    World Civilization to 1500                                                      (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                  X
HIS    102    World Civilization Since 1500                                                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X                  X
HIS    110    World Geography                                                                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
HIS    201    US History to 1877                                                              (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                  X
HIS    202    US History since 1877                                                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X                  X
HIS    428    U.S. History Since 1945                      HIS 201 or 202                     (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               TBA


HUM    101    Music Appreciation                                                              (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               TBA
HUM    201    Introduction to Philosophy                   ENG 101                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                   X


LFS    104    Personal Nutrition                                                              (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                X
LFS    105    Academic Strategies                          Soph. or Below , or Dean App.      (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               TBA       TBA      TBA
LFS    106    Life Management                                                                 (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               TBA


MAT    100    Contemporary Mathematics                     TSM 099 or Place. Test             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
MAT    101    College Algebra                              TSM 099 or Place. Test             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X        X         X        X
MAT    102    Decision Mathematics                         MAT 100 or 101                     (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X         X        X
MAT    103    Survey of Calculus                           MAT 100 or 101                     (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X


MGT    201    Career Management                                                               (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                                   X
MGT    301    Principles of Management                     BSN 101 or NTR 209                 (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
MGT    302    Principles of Leadership                     MGT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                  X
MGT    401    Organizational Behavior                      MGT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
MGT    402    Human Resource Management                    MGT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
MGT    403    Labor Relations                              MGT 402                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
MGT    404    International Management                     MGT 401                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
MGT    407    Public Relations                             MKT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
MGT    415    Small Bus. Mgt: An Entrepreneur’s Approach   ACT 202, CIM 205 & MGT 302         (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X                  X
MGT    430    Principle of Production *Operations Mgt.     MGT 301 & MSC 301                  (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
       441-
MGT           Internship                                   MGT 201                            Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.   TBA       X         X        X
       445
MGT    450    Business Policy                              FIN 303, MKT 301 & min. 145 cr.    (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                   X
MGT    455    Total Quality Management                     MGT 301                            (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                X                  X
MGT    460    Senior Research Project I                    Instructor's Approval              (3 cr. hrs.)                    X         X        X
MGT    461    Senior Research Project II                   Instructor's Approval              (3 cr. hrs.)                    X         X        X


MKT    301    Principles of Marketing                      BSN 101                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                          X
MKT    340    Market Research                              MKT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
MKT    360    Advertising and Product Branding             MKT 301                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                   X


MSC    201    Introduction to Statistics                   MAT 100 or 101                     (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                                   X
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                                      Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                               Requisites                      Credits               Sum.   Fall   Win.   Spr.
NTR    209   Principles of Food Preparation                                             (1½-3-3 cr. hrs.)              X      X      X
NTR    210   Nutrition Seminar & Future Trends          See Advisor                     (12-0-0 cr. hrs.)              X      X      X
NTR    240   Medical Terminology                        ENG 101                         (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)      TBA      X      X      X
NTR    300   Fundamentals of Nutrition                  BIO 112 & CHM 112               (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      TBA      X      X      X
NTR    301   Research Methodology                       CIM 101                         (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    303   Menu Planning & Computers in Nutr. Anls.   CIM 101 & NTR 300               (2-2-3 cr. hrs.)       X              X
NTR    304   Introduction to Food Science               NTR 209 & NTR 300               (2-2-3 cr. hrs.)       X              X
NTR    305   Community Nutrition                        NTR 300                         (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    306   Advanced Nutrition                         NTR 300 & NTR 301               (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    307   Nutrition Education                        CIM 101 & ENG 102 & NTR 300     (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)       X              X
NTR    309   Assessment, Interviewing, & Counseling     NTR 303 & 307                   (3-2-4 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    310   Marketing Your Services                    CIM 101 and ENG 102             (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    311   Foodservice Operations                     BSN 101 or NTR 209              (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               X
                                                        BIO 101, BIO 103, BIO 105, or
NTR    312   Food Safety & Sanitation                                                   (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X      X      X
                                                        BIO 111
NTR    320   Alternative Nutrition (NTR 416)            BIO 315 or NTR 301              (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    321   The Study of Herbs in Health (NTR 420)     BIO 315 or NTR 301              (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    360   Nutrition through the Life Cycle           NTR 300                         (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    401   Nutrition Therapy I                        NTR 306 & NTR 309               (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)      TBA             X
NTR    402   Nutrition Therapy II                       NTR 306 & NTR 309               (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    405   Nutrition & Physical Performance           CHM 312 or NTR 306              (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    411   Maternal/Child Nutrition                   NTR 306 & NTR 360               (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               X
NTR    412   Geriatric Nutrition                        NTR 401                         (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    413   Nutrition Therapy III                      NTR 401 & NTR 402               (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    414   Food, Nutrition & Culture                  NTR 401 & NTR 402               (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)                             X
NTR    415   Quantity Food Production                   NTR 311 & NTR 312               (0-4-2 cr. hrs.)                             X
NTR    417   Field Experience - Community               NTR 305, 307, 309, & 360        (0-4-2 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    430   Pediatric Nutrition Therapy                NTR 411 & NTR 413               (2-4-4 cr. hrs.)                     TBA
NTR    432   Nutrition Epidemiology                     NTR 305 & NTR 306               (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    433   Study of Vitamins & Minerals               NTR 306                         (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X             X
NTR    434   Pharm./Drug & Nutrient Interaction         NTR 306                         (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)      TBA             X
NTR    435   Financial/Reimburs.: Medicare, Medicaid    Dept Permission                 (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)                           TBA
NTR    436   Clinical Field Experience                  NTR 413 & NTR 414               (0-6-3 cr. hrs.)      TBA             X
NTR    440   Culinary Cooking                           NTR 209 & NTR 300               (3-2-4 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    442   Foodservice Management                     NTR 311                         (3-0-3 cr. hrs.)      TBA             X
NTR    443   Management Field Experience                NTR 442                         (0-6-3 cr. hrs.)      TBA
NTR    451   Health & Fitness Instruction               NTR 309 or Instruct Perm        (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)               X
NTR    452   Risk Assessment & Health Promotion         NTR 451 or Instruct Perm        (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)                      X
NTR    453   Sport Nutrition Field Experience           NTR 309 & NTR 405               (0-6-3 cr. hrs.)                             X
NTR    470   Nutrition Research I                       NTR 306 & Instruct.Permission   Varies 1-2 cr. hrs.            X      X      X
NTR    471   Nutrition Research II                      NTR 470                         Varies 2-4 cr. hrs.            X      X      X
NTR    472   Nutrition Research III                     NTR 471                         Varies 2-4 cr. hrs.           TBA    TBA
NTR    473   Nutrition Research IV                      NTR 472                         Varies 1-2 cr. hrs            TBA    TBA


PHS    111   General Physics I                          MAT 101                         (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)       X       X      X      X
PHS    112   General Physics II                         PHS 111                         (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)       X       X      X      X
PHS    113   General Physics III                        PHS 112                         (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)                     TBA
PHS    213   Physics III for Pre-Professionals          PHS 112                         (2.5-1-3 cr. hrs.)            TBA


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                                      Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                                Requisites                       Credits               Sum.   Fall   Win.   Spr.


PMT    301   Principles of Project Management            CIM 205 & MGT 401                (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)              TBA            X
PMT    350   Practices of Project Management             PMT 301                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                     TBA
PMT    450   Project Management Case Study Capstone      PMT 450                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                           TBA


POL    201   American Government                                                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X             X
POL    202   Comparative and International Politics                                       (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)              TBA
POL    205   World Issues                                                                 (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)       X              X      X


PSY    101   General Psychology                                                           (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X       X      X      X
PSY    242   Research Methods in Psychology              MSC 201                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                      X
PSY    255   Positive Psychology                         PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
PSY    256   Psychology of Excellence                    PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
PSY    257   Psychology of Adjustment                    PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA
PSY    290   Life-Span Developmental Psychology          PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)      TBA      X
PSY    311   Introduction to Life Coaching               PSY 101 and 356                  (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X              X
PSY    312   Advanced Life Coaching                      PSY 311                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X             X
PSY    320   Health Psychology                           PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
PSY    340   Sport Psychology                            PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
PSY    356   Personality Psychology                      PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                      X
PSY    357   Social Psychology                           PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X
PSY    358   Psychology of Religion & Spirituality       PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
PSY    359   Health Practitioner/Patient Relationship    PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
PSY    366   Behavior Modification                       PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
PSY    367   Legal Issues and Ethics in Coaching         PSY 311                          (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)               X             X
PSY    369   International & Cross-Cultural Psychology   PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                      X
PSY    375   Marriage & Family                           PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       X
PSY    376   Human Sexuality                             PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X
PSY    377   Introduction to Counseling                  PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                      X
PSY    455   Abnormal Psychology                         PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                      X
PSY    456   Biopsychology                               PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X
PSY    457   Psychology of Motivation & Emotion          PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
PSY    459   Leadership and Group Processes              PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X
PSY    465   Psychology in the Workplace                 PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
PSY    466   Psychology of Mind/Body                     PSY 101                          (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                             X
                                                         PSY 241 & PSY 242 with Grade                           TBA
PSY    472   Senior Research Project I                                                    (2 cr. hrs.)
                                                         B or Better & Dept. Permission
PSY    474   Senior Research Project II                  PSY 472 & Dept. Permission       (2 cr. hrs.)          TBA
PSY    476   Senior Research Project III                 PSY 474 & Dept. Permission       (2 cr. hrs.)          TBA
PSY    485   Internship in Psychology                    Dept. Permission                 (6 cr. hrs.)          TBA                    X
PSY    495   Directed Study                              Dept. Permission                 Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.   TBA
PSY    496   Directed Research                           Dept. Permission                 Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.   TBA
PSY    497   Coaching Practicum I                        Dept. Permission                 (3 cr. hrs.)                   X             X
PSY    498   Coaching Practicum II                       Dept. Permission                 (3 cr. hrs.)           X              X
PSY    499   Senior Capstone Seminar                     Senior Standing                  (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)               X




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                                      Undergraduate Course Pre-requisites and Offerings
Dept   Crse # Course Name                                  Requisites                         Credits                Sum.   Fall   Win.   Spr.
SHS    102   Personal Health and Fitness                                                      (2-0-2 cr. hrs.)        X       X      X      X
SHS    105   Foundations of Exercise Science                                                  (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X           TBA
SHS    142   First Aid and CPR                                                                (1-2-2 cr. hrs.)                X             X
SHS    300   Exercise Physiology I                         BIO 112, CHM 112                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA      X      X      X
SHS    312   Exercise Testing                              SHS 300                            (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)                X           TBA
SHS    320   Health Coaching                               PSY101                             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
SHS    321   Integrative Medicine                          PSY101                             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA             X
SHS    322   Introduction to Public Health                 PSY101                             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                              X
SHS    330   Current Trends in Physical Fitness            SHS 102, 105, or 300               (1-2-2 cr. hrs)         X              X
SHS    340   Introduction to Sport Injury Management       BIO 201                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
SHS    370   Kinesiology                                   BIO 112                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X             X
SHS    400   Exercise Physiology II                        SHS 300                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X             X
SHS    402   Motor Learning and Development                                                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                            TBA
SHS    406   Sports and Exercise Nutrition                 NTR306 or SHS300                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA             X
SHS    410   ECG & Exercise Stress Testing                 SHS 300                            (4-2-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA                    X
SHS    412   Exercise Biochemistry                         SHS 406                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                              X
SHS    420   Sci Principles Conditioning and Fitness       SHS 400                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA             X
SHS    424   Exercise Prescription in Health and Disease   SHS 400                            (4-0-4 cr. hrs.)                            TBA
SHS    426   Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation                SHS 400                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                            TBA
SHS    428   Clinical Cardiopulmonary Physiology           SHS 400                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                            TBA
SHS    472   Biomechanics                                  PHS 111, SHS 370                   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA             X
SHS    480   Introduction to Research Methods              SHS 400                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)                X
SHS    486   Individual Study                              SHS 400                            Varies 1–6 cr. hrs.    TBA
SHS    488   Current Topics and Problems in Ex Sci         SHS 400                            Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.    TBA                  TBA
SHS    490   Field Clinical Experience I                   SHS 312 & 342                      Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.     X       X      X     X
SHS    491   Field Clinical Experience II                  SHS 490                            Varies 1-5 cr. hrs.     X       X      X      X
SHS    492   Practicum                                     Senior Stand                       Varies 1-12 cr. hrs.    X       X      X      X
SHS    493   Internship                                    Senior Stand                       (12 cr. hrs.)           X       X      X      X


SOC    101   Introduction to Sociology                                                        (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA                    X


SPN    111   Spanish I                                     TSE 099 & TSR 099 or Place. Test   (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)        X
SPN    112   Spanish II                                    SPN 111                            (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)       TBA


TSE    098   Writing Fundamentals                                                             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)*               X      X      X
TSE    099   Introduction to Composition                   TSE 098 or Place. Test             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)*       X       X      X      X


TSM    098   Beginning Algebra                                                                (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)*               X      X      X
TSM    099   Intermediate Algebra                          TSM 098 or Place. Test             (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)*       X       X      X      X


TSR    099   Practical College Reading                                                        (5-0-5 cr. hrs.)*               X      X      X
                                                                                              *Institutional
                                                                                                credit only




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                                                Undergraduate Course Offerings

         HUMANITIES AND SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSE OFFERINGS
                               BEGINNING INCOMING UG SPRING 2009;
     5 credits of literature will be needed to satisfy humanities core graduation requirement
*HUMANITIES ** May be offered as 5 or 10 Week Courses
COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE                                                           OFFERED          PRE-REQ                     CR. HRS.
ENG   101       ENGLISH COMPOSITION I                                                SU 2009          TSE 099, (or test out)          5
ENG   101 - SL ENGLISH COMPOSITION I - Engl. as 2nd lang.                            SU 2009          TOEFEL or Instruct. Consent     5
ENG   102       ENGLISH COMPOSITION II                                               SU 2009          ENG 101                         5
ENG   102 - SL ENGLISH COMPOSITION I - Engl. as 2nd lang.                                             ENG 101-SL                      5
ENG   110       FICTION WRITING                                                                       ENG 101                         2
ENG   111**     POETRY WRITING                                                                        ENG 101                         2
ENG   112**     SCREENWRITING                                                        SU 2009          ENG 101                         2
ENG   121**     PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                      SU 2009          ENG 101                         2
ENG   131**     WORKPLACE COMMUNICATION                                                               ENG 101                         5
ENG   201       SURVEY OF AMERICAN LIT                                                                ENG 101                         5
ENG   202       SURVEY OF BRITISH LIT                                                                 ENG 101                         5
ENG   203       WORLD LIT I                                                                           ENG 101                         5
ENG   204       WORLD LIT II                                                                          ENG 101                         5
ENG   205       SURVEY OF EASTERN LITERATURE                                         SU 2009          ENG 101                         5
ENG   210       STUDIES IN MYSTERY FICTION                                                            ENG 101                         5
ENG   220       AMERICAN DRAMA                                                       SU 2009          ENG 101                         5
ENG   230       SHORT FICTION                                                                         ENG 101                         5
FLM   101       INTRO TO CLASSICAL CINEMA                                                                                             5
FLM   102       WORLD CINEMA                                                                                                          3
FLM   103       CONTEMPORARY CINEMA                                                                                                   3
FRN   101       CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH I                                                                                               5
FRN   102       CONVERSATIONAL FRENCH II                                                              FRN 101                         5
HUM   101       MUSIC APPRECIATION                                                                                                    3
HUM   201       INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                                                            ENG 101                         5
LFS @ 105       ACADEMIC STRATEGIES                                                                                                   3
LFS @ 106**     LIFE MANAGEMENT                                                                                                       3
SPN   111       SPANISH I                                                            SU 2009                                          5
SPN   112       SPANISH II                                                                            SPN 101                         5

                        @Credited as humanities/social science, respectively, for Pre-Chiropractic qualification only and not
                           towards Undergraduate core curriculum degree requirements except as free elective credit.

SOCIAL SCIENCES ** May be offered as 5 or 10 Week Courses
COURSE NUMBER COURSE TITLE                                                           OFFERED          PRE-REQ                   CR. HRS.
+ Not transferable into D.C. Curriculum
CPH @ 105+             CHIROPRACTIC HISTORY                                                                                         2
CPH @ 308+             CHIROPRACTIC PHILOSOPHY (Assembly)                            Every Qtr.                                     0
ECO       201          MICROECONOMICS                                                                 ENG 101                       5
ECO       202          MACROECONOMICS                                                                 ENG 101                       5
HIS       101          WORLD CIVILIZATION TO 1500                                                                                   5
HIS       102          WORLD CIV 1500 TO PRESENT                                     SU 2009                                        5
HIS       110          WORLD GEOGRAPHY                                               SU 2009                                        5
HIS       201          US HISTORY TO 1877                                                                                           5
HIS       202          US HISTORY SINCE 1877                                         SU 2009                                        5
HIS       428          US HISTORY SINCE 1945                                                          HIS 201or 202                 5
POL       201          AMERICAN GOVERNMENT                                                                                          5
POL       202           INTERNATIONAL POLITICS                                                                                      5
POL       205**        WORLD ISSUES                                                  SU 2009                                        2
PSY       101**        GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY                                            SU 2009                                        5
PSY       242          RESEARCH METHODS IN PSYCHOLOGY                                                 MSC 201                       5
PSY       255          POSITIVE PSYCHOLOGY                                                            PSY 101                       5
PSY       256          PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCELLENCE                                      SU 2009          PSY 101                       5
PSY       257          PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT                                                       PSY 101                       5

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                                     Undergraduate Course Offerings
PSY       290    LIFE-SPAN DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                        PSY 101                       5
PSY       311    INTRODUCTION TO LIFE COACHING                  SU 2009    PSY 101                       5
PSY       312    ADVANCED LIFE COACHING                                    PSY 311                       5
PSY       320    HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY                              SU 2009    PSY 101                       5
PSY       340    SPORT PSYCHOLOGY                                          PSY 101                       5
PSY       356    PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY                                    PSY 101                       5
PSY       357    SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                                         PSY 101                       5
PSY       358    PSYCHOLOGY OF RELIGION & SPIRITUALITY          SU 2009    PSY 101                       5
PSY       359    HEALTH PRACTITIONER/PT. RELATIONSHIP                      PSY 101                       5
PSY       366    BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION                          SU 2009    PSY 101                       5
PSY       367    LEGAL ISSUES AND ETHICS IN COACHING                       PSY 311                       2
PSY       369    INTERNATIONAL & CROSS-CULTURAL PSYCH.                     PSY 101                       5
PSY       375    MARRIAGE & FAMILY                              SU 2009    PSY 101                       5
PSY       376    HUMAN SEXUALITY                                           PSY 101                       5
PSY       377    INTRODUCTION TO COUNSELING                                PSY 101                       5
PSY       455    ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY                                       PSY 101                       5
PSY       456    BIOPSYCHOLOGY                                             PSY 101                       5
PSY       457    PSYCHOLOGY OF MOTIVATION & EMOTION                        PSY 101                       5
PSY       459    LEADERSHIP AND GROUP PROCESSES                            PSY 101                       5
PSY       465    PSYCHOLOGY IN THE WORKPLACE                               PSY 101                       5
PSY       466    PSYCHOLOGY OF MIND/BODY                                   PSY 101                       5
PSY       472    SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT I                                 MSC 201 & PSY 242             2
                                                                           WITH GRADE B OR BETTER
                                                                           & DEPT. PERMISSION
PSY       474    SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT II                                PSY 472 & DEPT. PERMISSION    2
PSY       476    SENIOR RESEARCH PROJECT III                               PSY 474 & DEPT. PERMISSION    2
PSY       485    INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY                       SU 2009    DEPT. PERMISSION              6
PSY       495    DIRECTED STUDY                                            DEPT. PERMISSION             1-5
PSY       496    DIRECTED RESEARCH                                         DEPT. PERMISSION             1-5
PSY       497    COACHING PRACTICUM I                                      DEPT. PERMISSION              3
PSY       498    COACHING PRACTICUM II                          SU 2009    DEPT. PERMISSION              3
PSY       499    SENIOR CAPSTONE SEMINAR                                   SENIOR STANDING               5
SOC       101    INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY                                                               5


           UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER QUARTER 2009 WEEKEND AND EVENING CLASSES
Course Section   Course Name                                    Time                                    Cr Hrs
ENG 112          SCREENWRITING (2ND 5 WEEKS)                    TUES, THURS 3:00PM - 5:00PM              2
ENG 220          AMERICAN DRAMA                                 MON, WED 3:00PM - 5:00PM                 5
HIS 102          WORLD CIVILIZATION TO 1500                     TUES, THURS 5:30PM-8:00PM                5
HIS 202          U.S. HISTORY SINCE 1877                        TUES, THURS 3:00PM - 5:00PM              5
MSC 201          INTRO TO STATISTICS                            MON, WED 3:00PM - 5:30PM                 5
PSY 256          PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCELLENCE                       MON, WED 3:00PM-5:30PM                   5
PSY 311          INTRO TO LIFE COACHING                         MON, WED 5:30PM-8:00PM                   5
PSY 320          HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY                              TUES, THURS 5:30PM-8:00PM                5
PSY 375          MARRIAGE & FAMILY                              ONLINE                                   5
PSY 485          INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY                       DEPT. PERMISSION                         6
SHS 102          PERSONAL HEALTH & FITNESS                      TUES, THURS 3:00PM - 5:00PM              2
                 (2ND 5 WEEKS)
SHS 330          CURRENT TRENDS IN PHYSICAL FITNESS             LEC: WED 6:00PM - 7:00PM                 2
                                                                LAB: WED 7:00PM - 9:00PM
SHS 340          INTRO TO SPORTS MANAGEMENT                     TUES, THURS 5:30PM-8:00PM                5
SPN 101          SPANISH I                                      MON, WED 5:30PM-8:00PM                   5




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          COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES ADVISEMENT
                                    Undergraduate Course Offerings


             COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
         UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER QUARTER 2009 ACCELERATED CLASSES

               1st 5 weeks                                         2nd 5 weeks
     July 13, 2009 - August 18, 2009                 August 19, 2009 - September 25, 2009
                                                      ENG 112 (Screen Writing) 2 credits
                                                             Tues, Thurs 3pm - 5pm
 NTR 307 (Nutrition Education) 2 credits           NTR 240 (Medical Terminology) 2 credits
         Tues, Thurs 9am - 11am                                 Thurs 5pm - 9pm
 NTR 401 (Nutrition Therapy I) 4 credits              NTR 303 (Menu Planning) 3 credits
          Mon, Wed 1pm - 5pm                                 Tues, Thurs 1pm - 5pm
 SHS 300 (Exercise Physioogy I) 5 credits        SHS 102 (Personal Health & Fitness) 2 credits
   Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 8:30am-11am                         Tue, Thurs 3pm - 5pm
 SHS 321 (Integrative Medicine) 5 credits             SHS 142 (First Aid & CPR) 2 credits
          Mon, Wed 1pm - 6pm                                 Lec: Tues 11am - 1pm
                                                           Lab: Thurs, Fri 11am - 1pm
                                               SHS 420 (Scientific Principles Cond. & Fitness) 5 cr
                                                      Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 1pm - 3:30pm
                                               SHS 426 (Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation) 5 credits
                                                     Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 8:30am - 11am
BIO 335 (Vertebrate Physiology) 5 credits              POL 205 (World Issues) 2 Credits
 Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 9am - 11am                     Lec- Mon, Wed 11am - 1pm
       Lab- Mon, Wed 1pm - 3pm
  BIO 111 (General Biology I) 5 credits              BIO 112 (General Biology II) 5 credits
 Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 9am - 11am                Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 9am - 11am
       Lab- Tues, Thurs 1pm - 3pm                          Lab- Tues, Thurs 1pm - 3pm
CHM 111 (General Chemistry I) 5 Credits             CHM 112 (General Chemistry II) 5 credits
     Lec Mon, Wed, Fri 11am - 1pm                        Lec- Mon, Wed, Fri 11am - 1pm
      Lec- Tues, Thurs 11am - 12pm                        Lec- Tues, Thurs 11am - 12pm
      Lab- Mon, Wed, 3pm - 5pm or                         Lab- Mon, Wed, 3pm - 5pm or
         Tues, Thurs 9am - 11am                              Tues, Thurs 9am - 11am
CHM 211 (Organic Chemistry I) 5 Credits             CHM 212 (Organic Chemistry II) 5 credits
 Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 11am - 1pm                Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 11am - 1pm
      Lab- Mon, Wed, 3pm - 5pm or                         Lab- Mon, Wed, 3pm - 5pm or
       Tues, Thurs 9am - 11am or                           Tues, Thurs 9am - 11am or
         Tues, Thurs 3pm - 5pm                               Tues, Thurs 3pm - 5pm
  PHS 111 (General Physics I) 5 credits              PHS 112 (General Physics II) 5 credits
  Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 1pm - 3pm                 Lec-Mon, Tues, Wed, Thurs 1pm - 3pm
     Lab- Mon, Wed, 9am - 11am or                        Lab- Mon, Wed, 9am - 11am or
         Tues, Thurs 3pm - 5pm                               Tues, Thurs 3pm - 5pm


REGISTRATION FOR 2ND 5 WEEKS CONTINUES AND WILL END ON AUGUST 18, 2009

                       PRE-REQUISITES MAY APPLY TO SOME COURSES




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                                      COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                          Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                      TIME      TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                 BLDG    ROOM   ACT   DAYS     START       END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req
     With the exception of those classes "cross-listed" with the DC program, all classes in Undergraduate program
     are now numbered/patterned as follows: All 10 wk and accelerated 5 wk courses with the same course title will
     be numbered the same. Differentiation between 5 & 10 wk lab courses will be done by section. All standard (10
     wk) class sections with a lab section will start with a 1 (i.e. 1A, 1B, etc.) All accelerated (5 wk) class sections will
     start with a 5 (i.e. 5A, 5B, etc.) All lecture class numbering will follow a similar pattern but, 51 is used for 1st 5
     wk, 52 for 2nd 5 wk, or 10, 11 for 10 wk. classes.
     LIFE UNIVERSITY’S WEST CAMPUS OFFERINGS ARE LISTED AT THE END OF THIS SECTION
COURSE COURSE                                                                              TIME      TIME Credit          Check
CODE      SECTION              COURSE TITLE                 BLDG    ROOM   ACT   DAYS     START       END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req
6035      ** ATW-102-52        PERSONAL HEALTH & FITNESS    SHS     160    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM   2.00   L. Hilt


6950           ATW-110-10      RACQUETBALL                  SHS     RCRT   LEC   M       11:00AM 12:50PM     1.00   L. Hilt


6952           ATW-112-10      KARATE                       SHS     UGYM   LEC   W        9:00AM 10:50AM     1.00   Dr. Amos


6953           ATW-114-10      STRENGTH TRAINING            SHS     WC     LEC   TTh      1:00PM    1:50PM   1.00   L. Hilt


6951           ATW-120-10      TENNIS & CONDITIONING        SHS     TCRT   LEC   TTh      9:00AM 10:50AM     2.00   Mr. Hammond


4902           BIO-111-1A      GENERAL BIOLOGY I            ANXB    205    LEC   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   M. Smith
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   W        9:00AM   10:50AM
4903           BIO-111-1B      GENERAL BIOLOGY I            ANXB    205    LEC   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   M. Smith
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   F        9:00AM   10:50AM

3259      ** BIO-111-5A        GENERAL BIOLOGY I            ANXB    119    LEC   MTWTh    9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Carpenter
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   TTh      1:00PM 2:50PM
3260      ** BIO-111-5B        GENERAL BIOLOGY I            ANXB    119    LEC   MTWTh    9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Carpenter
                               (STANDBY)                    ANXB    233    LAB   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM

4904           BIO-112-1A      GENERAL BIOLOGY II           ANXB    205    LEC   MW       9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   M        7:00AM 8:50AM
4905           BIO-112-1B      GENERAL BIOLOGY II           ANXB    205    LEC   MW       9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   T       11:00AM 12:50PM

3263      ** BIO-112-5A        GENERAL BIOLOGY II           ANXB    119    LEC   MTWTh    9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Carpenter   Y
                                                            ANXB    233    LAB   TTh      1:00PM 2:50PM
3264      ** BIO-112-5B        GENERAL BIOLOGY II           ANXB    119    LEC   MTWTh    9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Dr. Carpenter   Y
                               (STANDBY)                    ANXB    233    LAB   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM

5110           BIO-302-11      EMBRYOLOGY                   ANXC    125    LEC   T        3:00PM    4:50PM   2.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                               (ANAT 1502 IN DC)

5111           BIO-303-11      HISTOLOGY                    ANXC    108    LEC   T        9:00AM 10:50AM     4.00   Dr. Demons      Y
                               (ANAT 1503 IN DC)            ANXC    127    LEC   F        9:00AM 10:50AM

6474           BIO-315-10      PRINCIPLES OF ECOLOGY        ANXB    206    LEC   MW       1:00PM   2:50PM    5.00   Dr. Carpenter   Y
                                                            ANXB    206    LEC   T        8:00AM   8:50AM

6475           BIO-316-10      PRINCIPLES OF GENETICS       ANXB    206    LEC   TTh     12:30PM    2:50PM   5.00   Dr. Carpenter   Y

6791      ** BIO-335-5A        VERTEBRATE PHYSIOLOGY        ANXB    206    LEC   MTWTh    9:00AM 10:50AM     5.00   Mr. Burger      Y
                               (!st 5 Weeks)                ANXB    233    LAB   MW       1:00PM 2:50PM

5112           BIO-410-21      NEUROPHYSIOLOGY              ANXC    108    LEC   T        1:00PM    2:50PM   5.00   Dr. Rigby       Y
                               (PHYS 1510 IN DC)            ANXC    108    LEC   W        1:00PM    1:50PM
                                                            ANXC    152    LEC   F        1:00PM    2:50PM



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                                          Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                     TIME      TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                 BLDG    ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START       END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req

5113           BIO-425-31      VISCERAL PHYSIOLOGY          ANXC    152    LEC   M       3:00PM    4:50PM   6.00   Dr. Ravikumar    Y
                               (PHYS 1525 IN DC)            ANXC    149    LEC   W       3:00PM    4:50PM
                                                            ANXC    125    LEC   Th      3:00PM    4:50PM

5114           BIO-431-3A      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   W       1:00PM    2:50PM
5115           BIO-431-3B      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   F       1:00PM    2:50PM
5116           BIO-431-3C      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   M       9:00AM   10:50AM
5117           BIO-431-3D      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   F       7:00AM    8:50AM
5118           BIO-431-3E      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
5119           BIO-431-3F      MICROBIOLOGY I               ANXC    125    LEC   T       9:00AM   10:50AM   5.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 1531 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F      11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                            ANXB    207    LAB   W       9:00AM   10:50AM

5120           BIO-433-41      MICROBIOLOGY II              ANXC    127    LEC   W       4:00PM    4:50PM   3.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 2533 IN DC)            ANXC    C2     LEC   F       1:00PM    2:50PM

5127           BIO-437-51      IMMUN. & DISEASE PATTERNS    ANXC    149    LEC   M       1:00PM    2:50PM   3.00   Dr. Abghari      Y
                               (MICR 2537 IN DC)            ANXB    122    LEC   T       3:00PM    3:50PM

5129           BIO-441-51      PATHOLOGY I                  ANXB    122    LEC   T       1:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2541 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       1:00PM    2:50PM

5130           BIO-442-6A      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   Th      1:00PM    2:50PM
5131           BIO-442-6B      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   M       9:00AM   10:50AM
5132           BIO-442-6C      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   Th      7:00AM    8:50AM
5133           BIO-442-6D      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   M      11:00AM   12:50PM
5134           BIO-442-6E      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   M       7:00AM    8:50AM
5731           BIO-442-6F      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   W       7:00AM    8:50AM
6631           BIO-442-6G      PATHOLOGY II                 ANXC    152    LEC   W       2:00PM    2:50PM   4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                               (PATH 2542 IN DC)            ANXC    C1     LEC   F       9:00AM   10:50AM
                                                            ANXB    209    LAB   Th      3:00PM    4:50PM

5136           BIO-445-51      ENDOCRINOLOGY                ANXC    149    LEC   MTh     3:00PM    4:50PM   4.00   Dr. Rigby        Y
                               (PHYS 2545 IN DC)


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                                      COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                           Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                                 TIME       TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                           BLDG      ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START        END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req

3291           BSN-101-10      INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS               ANXB      205    LEC   TTh     12:30PM    2:50PM   5.00   Z. Kelani       Y

4915           CHM-111-1A      GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                    ANXB      205    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM     5.00   TBA             Y
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   M        9:00AM 10:50AM
6478           CHM-111-1B      GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                    ANXB      205    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM     5.00   TBA             Y
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   W        1:00PM 2:50PM

3300      ** CHM-111-5A GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                                                                      ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM
3301      ** CHM-111-5B GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                                                                      ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM
6639      ** CHM-111-5C GENERAL CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                               (STANDBY)                              ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   MW       5:00PM    6:50PM

3302           CHM-112-1A      GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                      ANXB   205    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   12:20PM   5.00   Dr. Zehrung     Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB   205    LEC   F       11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                                         ANXB   232    LAB   M        1:00PM    2:50PM
6479           CHM-112-1B      GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                      ANXB   205    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   12:20PM   5.00   Dr. Zehrung     Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB   205    LEC   F       11:00AM   12:50PM
                                                                         ANXB   232    LAB   T        1:00PM    2:50PM

3304      ** CHM-112-5A GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                          ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                                                                      ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM
3305      ** CHM-112-5B GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                          ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                                                                      ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM
6640      ** CHM-112-5C GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                          ANXB      206    LEC   MWF     11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                               (STANDBY)                              ANXB      206    LEC   TTh     11:00AM   11:50AM
                                                                      ANXB      232    LAB   MW       5:00PM    6:50PM

6963      ** CHM-113-1A GEN CHEM III FOR PRE-PRO                 ANXB           104    LEC   M        3:00PM    5:20PM   3.00   Mr. Nutsukpui   Y
                                (STANDBY- Lab Meets 4 times TBA) ANXB           104    LAB   M        5:30PM    7:20PM

4917           CHM-211-1A      ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                    ANXB      205    LEC   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM   5.00   TBA             Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   M        5:00PM    6:50PM
6480           CHM-211-1B      ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                    ANXB      205    LEC   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM   5.00   TBA             Y
                               (STANDBY)                              ANXB      231    LAB   W        5:00PM    6:50PM

3307      ** CHM-211-5A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu       Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM
3308      ** CHM-211-5B ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu       Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM
3856      ** CHM-211-5C ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu       Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM

3310           CHM-212-1A      ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                   ANXB      206    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM   5.00   A. Parmar       Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   T        1:00PM    2:50PM
6481           CHM-212-1B      ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                   ANXB      206    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM   5.00   A. Parmar       Y
                                                                      ANXB      231    LAB   Th       5:00PM    6:50PM




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                                      COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                           Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                                  TIME       TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                            BLDG      ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START        END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req
3311      ** CHM-212-5A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu        Y
                                                                       ANXB      231    LAB   MW       3:00PM    4:50PM
3312      ** CHM-212-5B ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu        Y
                                                                       ANXB      231    LAB   TTh      9:00AM   10:50AM
3857      ** CHM-212-5C ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                           ANXB      119    LEC   MTWTh   11:00AM   12:50PM   5.00   Mr. Owusu        Y
                                                                       ANXB      231    LAB   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM

6860           CHM-315-11      BIOCHEMISTRY I                          ANXC      C1     LEC   M       9:00AM 10:50AM      6.00   Dr. Silverman    Y
                               (CHEM 1515 IN DC)                       ANXC      125    LEC   WTh     9:00AM 10:50AM

5138           CHM-316-10      BIOCHEMISTRY II                         ANXB      206    LEC   M        3:00PM    4:50PM   5.00   Dr. Silverman    Y
                               (Undergrad Version)                     ANXB      206    LEC   W        4:00PM    4:50PM
                                                                       ANXB      205    LEC   Th       3:00PM    4:50PM

4519           CHM-316-21      BIOCHEMISTRY II                         ANXC      152    LEC   M        1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Silverman    Y
                               (CHEM 1516 IN DC)                       ANXC      108    LEC   W        2:00PM 3:50PM
                                                                       ANXB      138    LEC   F       11:00AM 11:50AM

3318           CIM-101-10      INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER                ANXB      133    LEC   TTh      6:00PM    8:20PM   5.00   K. Trevisan
6422           CIM-101-11      INTRODUCTION TO COMPUTER                ANXB      133    LEC   TTh     12:30PM    2:50PM   5.00   TBA


6938           CLP-091-10      INTEGRITY & CITIZENSHIP                 ANXB      118    LEC   T       11:00AM 12:50PM     0.00   Dr. Ruechel
                               (7/21 & 8/18)
6939           CLP-092-10      LEADERSHIP & ENTREPREN’SHIP             ANXB      118    LEC   T       11:00AM 12:50PM     0.00   J. Hardee
                               (7/28 & 8/25)
6940           CLP-093-10      LEARNING THEORY/CRITICAL TKG            ANXB      118    LEC   T       11:00AM 12:50PM     0.00   B. McAulay
                               (8/4 & 9/1)
6941           CLP-094-10      CONTEMPORY SCIENTIFIC PARA              ANXB      118    LEC   T       11:00AM 12:50PM     0.00   M. Smith
                               (8/11 & 9/8)
5996           DTR-511-U6      DIETETIC INTERNSHIP                                      CLI                               6.00   Ms. Dehpahlvan


5991           ENG-101-10      ENGLISH COMPOSITION I                     ANXB    129    LEC   MW       1:00PM    2:50PM   5.00   TBA              Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB    129    LEC   F        1:00PM    2:50PM

3439           ENG-102-10      ENGLISH COMPOSITION II                  ANXB      118    LEC   TTh     8:30AM 10:50AM      5.00   Dr. Montgomery   Y

6201           ENG-102-SL      ENGLISH COMPOSITION II                  ANXB      129    LEC   TTh     8:30AM 10:50AM      5.00   Mr. Rothacker    Y

6942      ** ENG-112-52        SCREENWRITING                           ANXB      129    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    4:50PM   2.00   Dr. Montgomery


6715           ENG-121-10      PUBLIC SPEAKING                         ANXB      102    LEC   MW      9:30AM 10:50AM      2.00   TBA


6943           ENG-205-10      SURVEY OF EASTERN LITERATURE ANXB                 129    LEC   TTh     12:30PM    2:50PM   5.00   Dr. Montgomery   Y

6944           ENG-220-10      AMERICAN DRAMA                          ANXB      129    LEC   MW       3:00PM    5:20PM   5.00   Mr. Wallace      Y

6650           HIS-102-10      WORLD CIVILIZATION SINCE 1500 ANXB                104    LEC   TTh      5:30PM    7:50PM   5.00   J. Knapton


6945           HIS-110-10      WORLD GEOGRAPHY                            ANXB   104    LEC   MW       1:00PM    2:50PM 5.00     Dr. Ruechel
                               (Friday Meets 7/7, 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18)    ANXB   104   LEC           F    1:00PM 2:50PM

6652           HIS-202-10      U. S. HISTORY SINCE 1877                ANXB      104    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    5:20PM   5.00   C. Herman


3451           MAT-101-10      COLLEGE ALGEBRA                         ANXB      118    LEC   MW      8:30AM 10:50AM      5.00   Mr. Hammond      Y

6936           MGT-301-10      PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT                ANXB      118    LEC   TTh      3:00PM    5:20PM   5.00   Z. Kelani        Y


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                                            Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                                      TIME      TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                               BLDG       ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START       END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req
6340           MSC-201-10      INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS                 ANXB       118    LEC   MW       3:00PM   5:20PM   5.00   Mr. Hammond      Y

6447      ** NTR-240-52        Medical Terminology                        ANXB       131    LEC   Th       5:00PM   8:50PM   2.00   Mr. Carr         Y

6448           NTR-300-10      FUNDAMENTALS OF NUTRITION                  ANXB       131    LEC   MW       5:00PM   6:50PM   4.00   TBA              Y


6930      ** NTR-303-52        MENU PLAN/COMP NUTR ANLS                   ANXB       130    LEC   T        1:00PM   4:50PM   3.00   Ms. Dehpahlvan   Y
                                                                          ANXB       130    LAB   Th       1:00PM   4:50PM

6932           NTR-304-10      INTRODUCTION TO FOOD SCIENCE ANXB                     131    LEC   T        5:00PM   6:50PM   3.00   Ms. Demetrius    Y
                                                            ANXB                     112    LAB   T        6:50PM   8:50PM

6933      ** NTR-307-51        NUTRITION EDUCATION                        ANXB       131    LEC   TTh     9:00AM 10:50AM     2.00   Ms. Demetrius    Y

6456           NTR-312-10      FOOD SAFETY & SANITATION                    ANXB      119    LEC   Sa      9:00AM 12:50PM     2.00   Ms. Abolfath     Y
                               (Weeks 2, 4, 6, 8, 10 - 7/25, 8/8, 8/22, 9/5, 9/19)

6934      ** NTR-401-51        NUTRITION THERAPY I                        ANXB       131    LEC   MW       1:00PM   4:50PM   4.00   Dr. Turnbull     Y

6935           NTR-434-10      PHAR/DRUG & NTR INT.                       ANXB       131    LEC   W       9:00AM 10:50AM     2.00   Ms. Plummer      Y

3520           PHS-111-1A      PHYSICS I                                  ANXB       205    LEC   MW      1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Mr. Pradhan      Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   M       3:00PM 4:50PM
3804           PHS-111-1B      PHYSICS I                                  ANXB       205    LEC   MW      1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Mr. Pradhan      Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   T       9:00AM 10:50AM

3522      ** PHS-111-5A        PHYSICS I                                  ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   MW      9:00AM 10:50AM
3523      ** PHS-111-5B        PHYSICS I                                  ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   TTh     3:00PM 4:50PM
6482      ** PHS-111-5C        PHYSICS I                                  ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                               (STANDBY)                                  ANXB       234    LAB   TTh     5:00PM 6:50PM

4920           PHS-112-1A      PHYSICS II                                 ANXB       118    LEC   TTh     1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Mr. Pradhan      Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   W       3:00PM 4:50PM
5109           PHS-112-1B      PHYSICS II                                 ANXB       118    LEC   TTh     1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Mr. Pradhan      Y
                               (STANDBY)                                  ANXB       234    LAB   Th      9:00AM 10:50AM

5713      ** PHS-112-5A        PHYSICS II                                 ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   MW      9:00AM 10:50AM
5714      ** PHS-112-5B        PHYSICS II                                 ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                                                                          ANXB       234    LAB   TTh     3:00PM 4:50PM
6483      ** PHS-112-5C        PHYSICS II                                 ANXB       119    LEC   MTWTh   1:00PM 2:50PM      5.00   Dr. Penumetcha   Y
                               (STANDBY)                                  ANXB       234    LAB   TTh     5:00PM 6:50PM

6413      ** POL-205-52        WORLD ISSUES                               ANXB       104    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM    2.00   Dr. Ruechel


3557           PSY-101-10      GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY                         ANXB       104    LEC   TTh     12:30PM   2:50PM   5.00   M. Coulmas


6946           PSY-256-10      PSYCHOLOGY OF EXCELLENCE                   ANXB       119    LEC   MW       3:00PM   5:20PM   5.00   Dr. Collier      Y

6947           PSY-311-10      INTRODUCTION TO COACHING                   ANXB       119    LEC   MW       5:30PM   7:50PM   5.00   Dr. Collier      Y

6876           PSY-320-10      HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY                          ANXB       119    LEC   TTh      5:30PM   7:50PM   5.00   M. Coulmas       Y

6870           PSY-358-10      PSYCH OF RELIGION & SPIRITUAL ANXB                    131    LEC   TTh     12:30PM   2:50PM   5.00   Dr. R. Shook     Y

** Indicates Accelerated 5 weeks Course                                       page 57
                                      COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                           Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                                 TIME      TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                            BLDG     ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START       END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req
6864           PSY-366-10      BEHAVIOR MODIFICATION                     ANXB   129    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM    5.00   Dr. Samples      Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB   129    LEC   F       11:00AM 12:50PM

6948           PSY-375-10      MARRIAGE AND FAMILY                                     LEC                              5.00   Dr. Samples      Y
                               (Online)

6174           PSY-485-10      INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY                ANXB     103    LAB                              6.00   Dr. Samples      Y

6869           PSY-498-10      COACHING PRACTICUM II                                   LEC   Th      11:00AM 11:50AM    3.00   Dr. R. Shook     Y
                               (Teleconference and Individual Meetings)

6035      ** SHS-102-52        PERSONAL HEALTH & FITNESS               SHS      160    LEC   TTh      3:00PM   4:50PM   2.00   L. Hilt


6823      ** SHS-142-52        FIRST AID & CPR                         SHS      160    LEC   T       11:00AM 12:50PM    2.00   Y. Lim
                                                                       SHS      160    LAB   ThF     11:00AM 12:50PM

5802      ** SHS-300-51        EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY I                   SHS      160    LEC   MTWTh   8:30AM 10:50AM     5.00   Ms. Timberlake   Y

6954      ** SHS-321-51        INTEGRATIVE MEDICINE                    SHS      159    LEC   MW       1:00PM   5:50PM   5.00   Ms. Timberlake   Y

6955           SHS-330-10      CURRENT TRDS IN PHYS FITNESS            SHS      158    LEC   W        6:00PM   6:50PM   2.00   B. Cowin         Y
                                                                       SHS      158    LAB   W        7:00PM   8:50PM

6956           SHS-340-10      INTRO TO SPORT INJURY MGMT              SHS      159    LEC   TTh      5:30PM   7:50PM   5.00   To be Announced   Y

6957      ** SHS-420-52        SCIENTIFIC PRIN OF COND & FIT           SHS      159    LEC   MTWTh    1:00PM   3:20PM   5.00   To be Announced   Y

6958      ** SHS-426-52        CARDIOPULMONARY REHAB.                  SHS      158    LEC   MTWTh   8:30AM 10:50AM     5.00   M. Faust         Y

6959           SHS-472-10      BIOMECHANICS                              SHS    158    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM    5.00   B. Cowin         Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) SHS    158    LEC   F       11:00AM 12:50PM

5874           SHS-486-10      INDIVIDUAL STUDY                                        LEC                              1.00   Staff            Y
5875           SHS-490-10      FIELD CLINICAL EXPERIENCE I                             LAB                              1.00   Staff            Y
6041           SHS-492-10      PRACTICUM                                               LEC                              1.00   Staff            Y
6217           SHS-493-10      INTERNSHIP                                              LEC                              1.00   Staff            Y

6949           SPN-111-10      SPANISH I                               ANXB     129    LEC   MW       5:30PM   7:50PM   5.00   Munevar


6360           TSE-098-10      WRITING FUNDAMENTALS                      ANXB   219    LEC   MW      11:00AM 12:50PM    5.00   To be Announced
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB   219    LEC   F       11:00AM 12:50PM

3649           TSE-099-10      INTRO TO COMPOSITION                      ANXB   102    LEC   MW       1:00PM   2:50PM   5.00   Ms. Janiak       Y
                               (Friday Meets 7/24, 8/7, 8/21, 9/4, 9/18) ANXB   102    LEC   F        1:00PM   2:50PM

6418           TSM-098-10      ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA                      ANXB     102    LEC   TTh     12:30PM 2:50PM     5.00   Ms. Buckner
6212           TSM-099-10      INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA                    ANXB     102    LEC   TTh      8:30AM 10:50AM    5.00   Ms. Buckner      Y

6419           TSR-099-10      PRACTICAL COLLEGE READING               ANXB     219    LEC   MW      8:30AM 10:50AM     5.00   TBA




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                                      COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES
                                          Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                     TIME     TIME Credit          Check
CODE           SECTION         COURSE TITLE                 BLDG    ROOM   ACT   DAYS    START      END Hrs. Instructor Pre-req



                                          LIFE’S WEST CAMPUS OFFERINGS
                                     *TIMES AND DAYS SUBJECT TO MODIFICATION,
                              FOR UPDATES CONTACT DR. JOE FERGUSON (jferguson@lifewest.edu)

6641      ** CHM-211-L5A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY I                LCCW    128    LEC   SaSu     8:00AM 12:00PM   5.00   TBA       Y
                                                            LCCW    172    LAB   SaSu    12:30PM 2:30PM

6313      ** CHM-212-L5A ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II               LCCW    128    LEC   SaSu     8:00AM 12:00PM   5.00   TBA       Y
                                                            LCCW    172    LAB   SaSu    12:30PM 2:30PM

6642      ** PHS-111-L5A PHYSICS I                          LCCW    155A   LEC   SaSu    3:00PM   7:00PM   5.00   X. Ding   Y
                                                            LCCW    155A   LAB   SaSu    7:30PM   9:30PM

6315      ** PHS-112-L5A PHYSICS II                         LCCW    155A   LEC   SaSu    3:00PM   7:00PM   5.00   X. Ding   Y
                                                            LCCW    155A   LAB   SaSu    7:30PM   9:30PM




          LIFE’S WEST CAMPUS FINAL EXAMS SCHEDULE – SEE INSTRUCTOR




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                           COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES –
                                  Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009


               “INTEGRITY; CARRY IT WITH YOU”
  Department of Business Finals - Summer 2009                          General Education Final Exam Schedule
COURSE         Mon 09/21          Tue 09/22     Wed 09/23                            Summer, 2009
BSN 101 - 10               12:30 PM - 2:50 PM                            Course          Tue 9/22        Wed 9/23
CIM 101 - 10               6:00 PM - 8:20 PM                           ENG 101-10                      1:00-3:00PM
CIM 101 - 11               12:30 PM - 2:50 PM                          ENG 102-10      8:30-10:30AM
MGT 301 - 10               3:00 PM - 5:20 PM                           ENG 102-SL      8:30-10:30AM
                                                                       ENG 121-10                      9:30-10:50AM
                                                                       ENG 112-52      3:00-5:00PM
                                                                       ENG 205-10      12:30-2:30PM
                                                                       ENG 220-10                       3:00-500PM
                                                                       HIS 102-10      5:30-7:30PM
                                                                       HIS 110-10                      1:00-3:00PM
                                                                       HIS 202-10      3:00-5:00PM
                                                                       MAT 101-10                      8:30-10:30AM
                                                                       MSC 201-10                        3:005:00PM
                                                                       POL 205-52                     11:00AM-1:00PM
                                                                       PSY 101-10      12:30-2:30PM
                                                                       PSY 256-10                      3:00-5:00PM
                                                                       PSY 311-10                      5:30-7:30PM
                                                                       PSY 320-10     5:30-7:30PM
                                                                       PSY -358-10   12:30-2:30PM
                                                                       PSY 366-10    11AM-1:00PM
                                                                       PSY 375-10         online          online
                                                                       PSY 498-10      11am-1:00PM
                                                                       SPN 111-10                      5:30-7:30PM


                                                                      Transitional Studies Final Exam Schedule
                                                                                       Summer, 2009
                                                                       TSE 098-10                      11AM-1:00PM
                                                                       TSE 099-10                       1:00-3:00PM
                                                                       TSM 098-10      12:30-2:30PM
                                                                       TSM 099-10      8:30-10:30AM
                                                                       TSR-099-10                      8:30-10:30AM


         SPORT HEALTH SCIENCE UG DEPT. FINAL EXAMS FOR SUMMER 2009
Course         Mon 8/17/09     Mon 9/21/09     Tue 9/22/09     Wed 9/23/09    Thu 9/24/09
ATW 110-10                    11 a.m.-1 p.m
ATW 112-10                                                    9 a.m.-11 a.m.
ATW 114-10                                   1:00.-1:50 p.m
ATW 120-10                                                                   9 a.m.-11 a.m.
SHS 102-52                                   3:00.-5:00 p.m.
SHS 142-52                                    11 a.m.-1 p.m.
SHS 300-51   8:30-10:30 a.m.
SHS 321-51    1:00.-5:20 p.m.
SHS 330-10                                                     6-6:50 p.m.
SHS 340-10                                   5:30-7:50 p.m.
SHS 420-52                           .       1:00 -3:20p.m
SHS 426-52                                                   8:30-10:50 a.m.
SHS 472-10                    11 a.m.-1 p.m.
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                          COLLEGE OF UNDERGRADUATE STUDIES –
                                  Undergraduate Final Exam Schedules for Summer 2009


             “INTEGRITY; CARRY IT WITH YOU”
FINAL EXAM SCHEDULE FOR NUTRITION CURRICULUM 1ST 5-WEEKS (51), 2ND 5-WEEKS (52), & 10-WEEKS
    Course          Tue 9/22/09        Mon 9/21/09           Tue 9/22/09       Wed 9/23/09         Thu 9/24/09          Fri 9/25/09

  NTR 240-52                                                                                      5:00-9:00 PM

  NTR 300-10                          5:00-7:00 PM

  NTR 304-10                                                5:00-6:50 PM

  NTR 307-51      9:00-11:00 AM

 NTR 312-W*                                         Saturday, September 19, 2009 at 9:00 AM-1:00 PM

  NTR 401-10                          1:00-5:00 PM

  NTR 434-10                                                                  9:00-11:00 AM


              FINAL EXAMS FOR NATURAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT SUMMER 2009
  Course         MON 8/17           TUE 8/18             MON 9/21            TUE 9/22          WED 9/23           THU 9/24


 BIO 111-5*                       9 a.m.-11 a.m.
CHM 111-5*      11 a.m.-1 p.m.
CHM 211-5*      11 a.m.-1 p.m.

 PHS 111-5*                       1 p.m. - 3 p.m.
BIO 111-1AB                                                                9 a.m.-11 a.m.
BIO 112-1AB                                            9 a.m.-11 a.m.
BIO 112-5**                                                                                   9 a.m.-11 a.m.
 BIO 315-10                                                                                   1 p.m.-3 p.m.
 BIO 316-10                                                                1 p.m.-3 p.m.
 BIO 335-1                                             9 a.m.-11 a.m.
CHM 111-1AB                                            11a.m. - 1p.m.
CHM 112-1AB                                                                11a.m.-1p.m.
CHM 112-5**                                                                                                      11 a.m.-1 p.m.
CHM 113 1A                                              3 p.m.-5 p.m.
CHM 211-1AB                                             3 p.m.-5 p.m.
CHM 212-1A                                                                 3 p.m.-5 p.m.
CHM 212-5**                                                                                                      11a.m.-1p.m.
PHS 111-1AB                                                                                   1 p.m.-3 p.m.
PHS 112-1AB                                                                1 p.m.-3 p.m.
PHS 112-5**                                                                                   1 p.m.-3 p.m.



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           COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH ADVISEMENT –
                      Graduate Course Pre-requisites & Offerings, Advisor List, & Degree Offering
 Dept     Crse #      Course Name                                      Requisites               Credits             Sum.   Fall   Win.   Spr.
 MSHS     541         Physiological Therapeutics – Adjunct Proc.       Dept. Permission         (3-3-3 cr. hrs.)      X            X
 MSHS     543         Physiological Therapeutics – Rehab. Proc.        Dept. Permission         (3-3-3 cr. hrs.)            X             X

 MSHS     595         Dietetic Internship                              Dept. Permission        (3 or 6 cr. Hrs.)    N/A     6      3      3
 MSHS     600         Exercise Physiology                                                            (4 cr. hrs.)    X      X             X
 MSHS     602         Cardiorespiratory Exercise Physiology            MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)                  X
 MSHS     604         Neuromuscular Exercise Physiology                MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)    X                    X
 MSHS     610         Exercise Electrocardiography                                                   (4 cr. hrs.)    X      X
 MSHS     612         Exercise Testing                                 MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)                         X
 MSHS     622         Nutrition for Fitness and Sport                  MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)                  X
 MSHS     624         Strength Training and Development                                              (4 cr. hrs.)           X
 MSHS     628         Ergogenic Aids and Substance Abuse               MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)                  X
 MSHS     632         Exercise and Aging                               MSHS 600                      (4 cr. hrs.)           X
 MSHS     634         Advanced Exercise Biochemistry                   MSHS 622                      (4 cr. hrs.)                         X
 MSHS     636         Advanced Vitamins and Minerals                   MSHS 634                      (4 cr. hrs.)    X
 MSHS     638         Advanced Nutrition Therapy                       MSHS 634                      (4 cr. hrs.)    X
 MSHS     640         Sport Injury Management                                                       (4 cr. hrs.)            X
 MSHS     642         On-Field Emergency Care                                                       (2 cr. hrs.)            X             X
 MSHS     644         The Electromagnetic/Acoustic Spectrum in A.T.                                 (3 cr. hrs.)                          X
 MSHS     646         Physical Agents in Athletic Training                                          (3 cr. hrs.)                   X
 MSHS     648         Therapeutic Exercise                                                          (4 cr. hrs.)     X             X
 MSHS     650         Orthopedic Evaluation of the Lower Body                                       (4 cr. hrs.)     X             X
 MSHS     652         Orthopedic Evaluation of the Upper Body                                       (4 cr. hrs.)            X             X
 MSHS     654         Organization & Admin. of Athletic Training                                    (4 cr. hrs.)                          X
 MSHS     657         Arthrokinematics & Proprioception; Lower Body    Dept. Permission         (3-2-4 cr. hrs.)            X             X
 MSHS     658         Arthrokinematics & Proprioception; Upper Body    Dept. Permission         (3-2-4 cr. hrs.)     X             X
 MSHS     659         Sport Chiropractic Case Management               MSHS 657 & 658               (4 cr. hrs.)     X      X             X
 MSHS     670         Kinesiology of Sport                                                          (4 cr. hrs.)            X      X
 MSHS     672         Biomechanics of Sport                            MSHS 670                     (4 cr. hrs.)                   X
 MSHS     674         Biomechanics of Sport Techniques                 MSHS 670                     (4 cr. hrs.)                  TBA
 MSHS     676         Biomechanics of Sport Injury                     MSHS 670                     (4 cr. hrs.)            X             X
 MSHS     678         Biomechanics Instrumentation                     MSHS 672                     (2 cr. hrs.)                  TBA
 MSHS     680         Research Methods                                                              (4 cr. hrs.)                   X      X
 MSHS     682         Design and Analysis                              MSHS 680                     (4 cr. hrs.)                  TBA
 MSHS     684-1       Sport Seminar - Manual Muscle Testing                                         (2 cr. hrs.)     X                    X
 MSHS     684-2       Sport Seminar - Taping and Bracing                                            (2 cr. hrs.)                          X
 MSHS     684-3       Sport Seminar - Kinetic Chain Assessment                                      (2 cr. hrs.)                          X
 MSHS     684-4       Sport Seminar – Functional Rehabilitation                                     (2 cr. hrs.)            X
 MSHS     686         Individual Study                                                            (1-8 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X
 MSHS     688         Current Topics in SHS                                                         (4 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X
 MSHS     690         Practicum                                                                  (1-12 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X
 MSHS     692         Internship                                                                   (12 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X
 MSHS     698         Thesis                                                                       (12 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X
 MSHS     699         Written Comprehensive Exam                                                    (0 cr. hrs.)     X      X      X      X



                COLLEGE OF GRADUATE                                               GRADUATE DEGREE OFFERING
                STUDIES AND RESEARCH                                              Department of Sports Health Science
GRADUATE ADVISORS LIST                                                            Masters of Science Degree in Sport Health Science
Advisor                                   Location                                5 Areas of Concentration:
Dr. Deloss Brubaker                       Sport Health Science Bldg.              -            Chiropractic Sport Science
Dr. Cathy Faust                           Sport Health Science Bldg.              -            Exercise and Sport Science
Dr. Jeff Lander                           Sport Health Science Bldg.              -            Nutrition and Sport Science
                                                                                  -            Sport Coaching
                                                                                  -            Sport Injury Management



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               COLLEGE OF GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH SCHEDULING
                                                   Graduate Course Schedules for Spring 2009
COURSE         COURSE                                                                               TIME          TIME Credit                   Check
CODE           SECTION            COURSE TITLE                         BLDG     ROOM ACT      DAYS START           END Hrs.       instructor   Pre-req

 3687          MSHS-541-XA        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    M      7:00AM     8:50AM
 3688          MSHS-541-XB        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    M     11:00AM    12:50PM
 3689          MSHS-541-XC        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    M      1:00PM     2:50PM
 3690          MSHS-541-XD        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    T      7:00AM     8:50AM
 5504          MSHS-541-XE        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    T      9:00AM    10:50AM
 3691          MSHS-541-XF        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    W      7:00AM     8:50AM
 5978          MSHS-541-XG        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    W     11:00AM    12:50PM
 6219          MSHS-541-XH        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    W      1:00PM     2:50PM
 6220          MSHS-541-XI        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    T     11:00AM    12:50PM
 6221          MSHS-541-XJ        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    F      7:00AM     8:50AM
 6222          MSHS-541-XK        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    W      3:00PM     4:50PM
 6223          MSHS-541-XL        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                                                       SHS      272    LAB    Th     5:00PM     6:50PM
 6926          MSHS-541-XM        PHYS THER - ADJUNCT                  ANXC     C2     LEC    M      3:00PM     5:50PM    4.00    Mr. Ward        Y
                                  (STANDBY)                            SHS      272    LAB    F      9:00AM    10:50AM

 6769 ** MSHS-600-52              EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY                  SHS      160    LEC    MTWTh 9:00AM 10:50AM        4.00    Y. Lim

 6770 ** MSHS-604-52              NEUROMUSCULAR EXERCISE PHYS.         SHS      159    LEC    MTWTh 9:00AM 10:50AM        4.00    Y. Lim          Y
 6618 ** MSHS-610-52              EXER. ELECTROCARDIOGRAPHY-EKG        SHS      277    LEC    MWF 11:00AM       12:50PM   4.00    M. Faust
                                                                       SHS      277    LAB    TTh 11:00AM       12:50PM

 6927          MSHS-636-10        ADV VITAMINS AND MINERALS            SHS      158    LEC    MW     1:00PM      2:50PM   4.00    Ms. Stephens    Y
 6928 ** MSHS-638-51              ADV MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY        SHS      159    LEC    MW     8:00AM    11:50AM    4.00    Dr. Turnbull    Y
 6623          MSHS-648-10        THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE                 SHS      160    LEC    TTh    1:00PM      2:50PM   4.00    Dr. Brubaker

 6625          MSHS-650-10        ORTHOPEDIC EVAL OF LOWER BODY        SHS      160    LEC    TTh    5:00PM      6:50PM   4.00    Dr. Brubaker

 6626          MSHS-658-10        ARTHROKIN/PROPRIOCEPT (U.E.)         SHS      245    LEC    M     11:00AM    12:50PM    4.00    Dr. Rau         Y
                                                                       SHS      245    LEC    W     11:00AM    11:50AM
                                                                       SHS      245    LAB    W     12:00PM     1:50PM

 6785          MSHS-659-10        SPORT CHIRO CASE MGMT                SHS      245    LEC    TTh   11:00AM     12:50PM   4.00    Dr. Rau         Y
 6789 ** MSHS-684-152             SPORT SEMINAR - MAN MUS TSTG         SHS      245    LEC    Th     3:00PM      4:50PM   2.00    M. Holas        Y
                                  (Meets 2nd 5 weeks)

 5696      + MSHS-686-10          INDIVIDUAL STUDY                                     LEC                                1.00    Staff           Y
 6929          MSHS-688-51        CURRENT TOPICS IN SHS –Sports Admin. SHS      160    LEC    MW     5:30PM      8:50PM    4.00   TBA             Y
 3492      +   MSHS-690-10        PRACTICUM                                            LEC                                1.00    Staff           Y
 3493      +   MSHS-692-10        INTERNSHIP                                           LEC                                12.00   Staff           Y
 3494      +   MSHS-698-10        THESIS                                               LEC                                 3.00   Staff           Y
 3495      +   MSHS-699-WC        MS WRITTEN COMPREHENSIVE EXAM                        LEC                                 0.00   Staff           Y
**Indicates this course is offered in an accelerated 5 week format
Notes:           1)    +These courses are Pass/No Pass only (MSHS 595, MSHS 690, MSHS 692, MSHS 698, MSHS 699)
                 2)     All MS classes begin on Monday, July 13, 2009
                 3)     All candidates for comprehensive exams must complete the application during week 10 for the upcoming quarter
                 4)     Final exams will be given the week of August 17 for 1st 5 wk. courses, and the week of Sept 23 for 2nd 5 wk. courses
                 5)     Final exams will be given the week of Sept. 21, 2009 for 10 wk. courses
                 6)     Written Comprehensive Exam will be administered on Friday, August 7, 2009

Registration for MS Student only: NO TELEPHONE ACCESS. All registration is to be done with your advisor or at the Registrar's
Office. Written approval from the instructor/MS advisor must be obtained prior to registration or adding MS classes.
Registration for DC/MS Students: (Except PT Classes) In the Registrar's office, as above, after completing your DC Registration
Alternate and/or Prerequisites: Exempted only with written permission of the Instructor and SHS Dept. Head.
NOTE: Registration for MSHS 686 - Individual Study, MSHS 690 - Practicum, MSHS 692 – Internship MSHS 698 - Thesis & MSHS 699 MS
      Written Comp. Exam; requires that you fill out all forms in advance at the SHS Dept.
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                                    COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC ADVISEMENT
                                           Advisement, List of Advisors, DCP Course Offerings by Qtr.

Advisement                                                                                           EFFECTIVE SUMMER 2009
Life University recognizes the role of advisement in the
educational process and the responsibility of our faculty in                                 New Changes/Additions Are Listed In Bold.
providing effective advisement. Advisement should not focus                               All required classes are offered every quarter. (Unless otherwise indicated)
exclusively upon the student’s course scheduling but represents                           Classes with prerequisites are those courses that have a "P" next to the credits.
an opportunity for faculty and the University to express a special                        You may wish to use this curriculum sheet to help monitor your academic progress.
interest in both the personal and academic welfare of the                                 FIRST QUARTER                                       Hr.      Req. Grade
student.                                                                                  ANAT       1502    Embryology                         2               (         )
                                                                                          ANAT       1503    Histology                          4               (         )
Academic faculty involvement in student advising includes                                 ANAT       1507    Osteology                          3               (         )
advisement in the area of academic preparation and mentoring                              CHEM       1515    Biochemistry I                     6               (         )
to students. Faculty may provide individual or group tutorials to                         CLIN       1501    Clinical Pt. Experience I          0               (         )
student, serve as club advisors, and mentor students in career                            CPAP       1500    Chiropractic Assembly              0               (         )
path choices and other areas as needed.                                                   CPAP       1502    Healthcare Term                    2               (         )
                                                                                          CPAP       1505    Intro. To Chiro. Phil.             2               (         )
In order to improve the efficiency of advisement for the College                          PHYS       1501    Anatomy & Phys)                    4               (         )
of Chiropractic, a central office is established to provide student                       PPBM       1501    Intro to Bus. Principles I         0.35            (         )
advisement. Student advisement is coordinated through the                                 PUBH       1515    Public Health                      2               (         )
Dean’s Office by the Dr. Deborah Roche.                                                                                                        25.35

Dr. Deborah Roche will coordinate advisement and refer                                    SECOND QUARTER                                      Hr.      Req. Grade
                                                                                                                                                     P
students top appropriate Student Services/faculty as needed.                              ANAT       1607    Spinal Anatomy                     2               (         )
Selected faculty and the Registrar will also assist with advisement                       ANAT       1615    Musc. Skel. Gross Anat.            4    P                )
                                                                                                                                                     P
when demand for advisement is high. These will include                                    ANLS       1617    Motion & Static Palp. I            2               (         )
                                                                                                                                                     P
advisement and registration for first quarter DCP students and                            ANLS       1610    Instrumentation                    2               (         )
                                                                                                                                                     P
advisement of students with advisement/registration problems.                             ANLS       1615    Spinal Biomechanics                2               (         )
                                                                                                                                                     P
                                                                                          CHEM       1516    Biochemistry II                    5               (         )
Advisement dates                                                                          CLIN       1502    Clinical Pt. Experience II         0               (         )
Advisement for all returning students begins May 26, 2009.                                CPAP       1500    Chiropractic Assembly              0               (         )
You may be advised by your advisors, by the Dean's Office, or                             CPAP       1605    Hist. Of Chiropractic              2               (         )
                                                                                                                                                     P
by the Registrar's Office. See your advisors in their offices as                          PHYS       1510    Cell & Neuromusc. Phys.            5               (         )
needed.                                                                                   PPBM       1502    Intro to Bus. Principles II        0.35            (         )
                                                                                                                                               24.35
 New Student Advisors will be available at orientation/
                                                                                          THIRD QUARTER                                       Hr.      Req. Grade
advisement July 8-10, 2009.                                                               ANAT       1625    Visceral Gross Anat.               4      P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                                          ANLS       1618    Motion & Static Palp. II           2               (         )
Please remember these advisors are there only to expedite and assist. Under               CLIN       1503    Clinical. Patient Obser. I         0      P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
absolutely no circumstances are their recommendations valid if it contravenes             CPAP       1500    Chiropractic Assembly              0               (         )
                    existing, published University policy.                                CPAP       1615    Chiropractic Prin.                 2      P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                                          MICR       1531    Bacteriology &Virology             5               (         )
         You are responsible for your schedule and your education.                        PHYS       1525    Visceral Physiology                6      P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
                                                                                          PPBM       1503    Intro to Bus. Principles III       0.35            (         )
COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC                                                                   PUBH       1517    Basic Nutrition                    5      P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
STUDENT ADVISORS                                                                          RADD       1611    Norm Rad Anat/Anom. I              1.5    P
                                                                                                                                                                (         )
Advisor                                 Cur. Qtr.                                                                                              25.85
 Dr. Krothe                          Incoming 1st
 Dr. Strong (A-L) & Oppenheim (M-Z)           1st                                         FOURTH QUARTER                                      Hr.      Req. Grade
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Dr. Kinard (A-L) & Capes (M-Z) Currrent      2nd                                         ANAT       2626    Head &Neck Gross Anat.             4               (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Dr. Krothe                                   3rd                                         CLIN       2504    Clinical Patient Obser. II         0               (         )
 Drs. Strong & Oppenheim                      4th                                         CPAP       1500    Chiropractic Assembly              0               (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Drs. Capes, Dever, and Kinard                5th                                         DIAG       2725    Visceral Diagnosis                 6               (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Dr. Krothe                                   6th                                         MICR       2533    Parasitology & Mycology            3               (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Dr. Krothe                                   7th                                         PHYS       2535    Physiology Lab                     3               (         )
 Drs. Strong (A-L) & Oppenheim (M-Z)          8th                                         PPBM       2504    Intro to Bus. Principles IV        0.35            (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Drs. Kinard & Capes                          9th                                         RADD       2612    Norm. Rad. Anat./Anom. II          1.5             (         )
 Dr. Krothe                                   10th                                        RADD       2501    X-Ray Physics                      4               (         )
 Dr. Krothe                                   11th                                        RSCH       2501    Intro. To Research Methods         2               (         )
                                                                                                                                                       P
 Dr. Strong (A-L) & Oppenheim (M-Z )          12th -14th                                  TECH       2701    Life Toggle Technique              3               (         )
                                                                                                                                               26.85


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                               COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC ADVISEMENT
                                                      DCP Course Offerings by Qtr. (cont.)
FIFTH QUARTER                                 Hr.      Req. Grade          NINTH QUARTER                                        Hr.    Req. Grade
                                                        P                                                                              P
ANAT    2646   CNS                              4            (   )             CLET     3828   Lumbar-Pelvic Case (3304)    4               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
CLIN    2505   Clin Record. Hx & Chiro I        0       P
                                                             (   )             CLIN     3609   Student Clin II              3               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
CPAP    1500   Chiropractic Assembly            0            (   )             CLIN     3701   9 Qtr. OSCE Testing          0               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
DIAG    2730   Orthopedic Diagnosis             5       P
                                                             (   )             CLIN     3709   Intro To OP Clinic           1               (   )
MICR    2537   Immunology & Disease Pat.        3       P
                                                             (   )             CPAP     1500   Chiropractic Assembly        0               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
PATH    2541   Pathology I                      4       P
                                                             (   )             DIAG     3755   Geriatrics                   2               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
PHYS    2545   Endocrine                        4       P
                                                             (   )             PPBM     3509   Practice & Bus. Mgmt V       0.9             (   )
PPBM    2505   Practice & Bus. Mgmt I           1            (   )             PSYC     3605   Clinical Psychology (4102)   3               (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                        P                      PUBH     3684   Funct Restor. & Act Care     2               (   )
RADD    2711   Skeletal Radiology A             3.5          (   )             RADD     3717   Soft Tissue A                2.5        P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P
TECH    2711   Full Spine Tech I                2            (   )             RSCH     3601   Research Meth. & Design      2               (   )
                                               26.5                            TECH     3838   Extra Spinal Tech. II        2          P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               TECH     3850   Adjusting Special Pop. (4312)3               (   )
SIXTH QUARTER                                 Hr.       Req. Grade                                                         25.4
                                                        P
ANAT    2647   PNS                              4            (   )             If ineligible for CLIN 3710 but passed CLIN 3701
                                                        P
ANLS    2620   Full Spine Analysis              2            (   )             CLIN       5700 Student Clinic Elec.         0          P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P
CLIN    2506   Clin Record. Hx & Chiro II       0            (   )
CPAP    1500   Chiropractic Assembly            0            (   )             TENTH QUARTER                                    Hr.    Req. Grade
                                                        P
DIAG    2740   Neurodiagnosis                   5            (   )             CLET     3835   Visc. Clin. Case Integ. (4105)    6     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
DIAG    2735   Clinical Lab Diagnosis           5       P
                                                             (   )             CLIN     3710   Jr. Level Op Clinic I             3          (   )
PATH    2542   Pathology II                     4       P
                                                             (   )             CPAP     1500   Chiropractic Assembly             0          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
PPBM    2506   Practice & Bus. Mgmt II          0.9          (   )             DIAG     3765   Pediatric Diagnosis               2          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
RADD    2712   Skeletal Radiology B             2.5     P
                                                             (   )             DIAG     4106   Integrated Diagnosis              1          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
TECH    2712   Full Spine Tech II               2       P
                                                             (   )             PPBM     46XX   Practice Management 1-4           1          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                               25.4                            PUBH     3717   Clinical Nutrition Disord.        2          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               PUBH     3725   Toxicology II & Subst. Abuse      2          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               RADD     3701   Rad Quality & Critique            1          (   )
Apply for Part 1 NBCE                                                          RADD     3718   Soft Tissue B                     3.5   P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               TECH     3812   Gonstead Technique                3          (   )
SEVENTH QUARTER                               Hr.       Req. Grade                                                              24.5
                                                        P
ANLS    3715   Muscle / Gait & Posture Anls.    3            (   )
CLET    3757   Clinical Skills                  4       P
                                                             (   )
                                                                               Apply for Part 2 NBCE
                                                        P
CLIN    3507   Intro To Student Clinic          1            (   )
CPAP    3625   Intro To Wellness & Hygiene      3            (   )             ELEVENTH QUARTER                                 Hr.    Req. Grade
                                                        P
DIAG    3750   Special Senses                   4            (   )             ANLS     4720   Advanced Instrumentation.         2     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P
PPBM    3507   Practice & Bus. Mgmt III         0.9          (   )             CLET     4840   Extrem. Clin. Case Integr.        4     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P
PUBH    3617   Nutrition & Health               2            (   )             CLIN     4711   Jr. Level OP Clinic II            3     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P
RADD    3511   Spinal X-Ray Positioning         2            (   )             CPAP     1500   Chiropractic Assembly             0          (   )
                                                        P
RADD    3620   Radio. Report Writing            1            (   )             PPBM     4511   Principles Of Marketing           2     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                                        P                                                                              P
RADD    3713   Skeletal Radiology C             2.5          (   )             PPBM     46XX   Practice Management 1-4           1          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
TECH    3713   Full Spine Tech III              2       P
                                                             (   )             PPBM     4763   Jurisprudence                     3          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                               25.4                            PPPM     4773   Pro. Rel (Ethics & Bound)         2          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               PUBH     4747   Ob/Gyn/Proctology                 5          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
EIGHTH QUARTER                                Hr.       Req. Grade             RADD     4820   Advanced Imaging                  2          (   )
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                        P                      TECH     4822   Thompson Technique                2          (   )
CLET    3826   Head & Neck Case (3303)          4            (   )
                                                        P                                                                       26
CLIN    3608   Student Clin I                   3            (   )
CPAP    1500   Chiropractic Assembly            0            (   )             Apply for Part 3 NBCE
CPAP    3715   Subluxation Theories             3(DIAG)P     (   )             Apply for Part 4 NBCE (Must be CLIN 4801 Eligible)
                                                        P
DIAG    3743   Gastro-intestinal Dx. (3308)     2            (   )
                                                        P
DIAG    3745   Genital-urinary Dx. (3307)       2            (   )
PPBM    3508   Practice & Bus. Mgmt IV          0.9 P        (   )             TWELFTH QUARTER                                  Hr.    Req. Grade
                                                                                                                                 P
PSYC    3505   Human Development                2            (   )             CLET   4862Adv. Clinical Case Integ. I      4                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
PUBH    3615   Emergency Clinical Assess        1       P
                                                             (   )             CLIN      12 Qtr. OSCE Testing II
                                                                                      4701                                 0                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
PUBH    3625   Toxicology I                     2       P
                                                             (   )             CLIN   4712Jr. Level OP Clinic III          3                (   )
RADD    3512   Extra-Spinal X-Ray Posit.        1       P
                                                             (   )             CPAP   1500Chiropractic Assembly            0                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
RADD    3714   Skeletal Radiology D             2.5 P        (   )             CPAP   4725Advanced Wellness                2                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
TECH    3837   Extra Spinal Tech. I             2       P
                                                             (   )             PPBM 4520  Small Business Mgt.              2                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
                                               25.4                            PPBM 4522  Leadership & Team Build.         2                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
                                                                               PPBM 46XX  Practice Management 1-4          1                (   )
                                                                                                                                 P
                                                                               RADD 4820  Advanced Imaging (Moving to 11th)2                (   )
OLD CLINIC CURRICULUM (With Appropriate Prerequisites Only)                    TECH 4841  Sacro-Occipital Tech.            3     P
                                                                                                                                            (   )
                                           P
CLIN   3309 Op Clinic                4              (     )                    ELECTIVES: (Choose from below)              6 Credits        (   )
                                           P
CLIN   4110 Op Clinic II             3              (     )                                                              25
                                           P
CLIN   4211 Op Clinic III            3              (     )                    OLD CURRICULUM (With Appropriate Prerequisites Only)
                                           P
CLIN   4312 Practicum - Op IV        3              (    )                     RSCH 4301 Research (RSCH 2501 4th qtr.)     2                (   )

                                                                               If ineligible for CLIN 4813 but passed CLIN 4801
                                                                                                                                       P
                                                                               CLIN       5800 Outpatient Clinic Elec.      0               (   )

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                                 COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC ADVISEMENT
                                                      DCP Course Offerings by Qtr. (cont.)

THIRTEENTH QUARTER                              Hr.    Req. Grade                                    General Elective Courses
                                                       P
CLET   4870      Adv. Clinical Case Integ. II    3            (    )           Any of the following courses may be taken as electives, beginning
                                                       P
CLET   4874      Adv. Clinical Case Topics       1            (    )           in the 10th qtr. or above as part of the normal course load.
                                                       P
CLIN 4813        Level III OP Clinic I           7            (    )           Starting in 9th qtr. “Physiotherapeutic” (PT) courses may be taken
CPAP   1500      Chiropractic Assembly           0            (    )           after completing 3608), PT and any 5600 (MSHS Cross-listed
                                                       P
PPBM 4550        Entrepren. & New Ven. Anls.     2            (    )
PPBM 46XX        Practice Management 1-4         1     P
                                                              (    )
                                                                               electives) or above elective can be taken above normal course
RSCH 4801        Senior Research Study           1     P
                                                              (    )
                                                                               load – not to exceed a total of 31 credits.
                                                       P
TECH 4861        Tech. Review                    3            (    )                             Cross-listed MSHS electives
ELECTIVES:       (Choose from below)             6 Credits                     Any 56XX elective is cross-listed from the Sport Health Science
                                                24                             Department (SHS). Courses taught from the SHS graduate
OLD CURRICULUM (With Appropriate Prerequisites Only)                           perspective are generally academically focused with more
                                               P
CLIN  5113 OP Clinic V                  7            (             )           emphasis on multiple health care delivery systems information
                                               P
CLIN  5214 OP Clinic VI                 7            (             )           solutions and less on DCP professional practices.
Effective Winter 2009                                                          Some courses may have prerequisites other than “10th qtr. and above.”
FOURTEENTH QUARTER                              Hr.    Req. Grade
CLIN   4814      Level III OP Clinic II          7     P
                                                              (    )           ELECTIVES                           Hr.                Req. Grade
                                                                               ANLS 5670 Kinesiology of Sport       4                 P    (    )
CPAP   1500      Chiropractic Assembly           0            (    )
                                                                               ANLS 5676 Biomech. Sport Injury      4                 P
ELECTIVES:       (Choose from below)             6 Credits                                                                                 (    )
                                                                                                                                      P
                                                13                             ANLS 5805 Network Spinal Anls (5305) 3                      (    )
                                  OR                                           DIAG    5650    Orth Eval Low Body              4      P          (   )
                                                                               DIAG    5652    Orth Eval Up Body               4      P          (   )
FOURTEENTH QUARTER                              Hr.    Req. Grade
                                                                               DIAG    5753    Basic Eye Move. & Dys.          3      P          (   )
                                                       P
CLIN     4834    Lvl III Immersion OP Clinic 12               (    )
                                                                               DIAG    5757    Vest. Funct. & Rehab            3      P          (   )
                                             12
                                                                               DIAG    5767    Adv. Pediatric Diagnosis        2      P          (   )
         Electives Requirements and Information                                DIAG    5841    Neuro Of Behav. Dis.            3      P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
A minimum of 18 hours of electives are required to graduate.                                                                          P
(See above; if completing the DCP “Research Tract”- on page 13)                PPBM 5700 Practice Mgmt (PPRL 3302)             2                 (   )
                   See below for more information                              PUBH    5541#   P.T.- Adj. Proc. (MSHS 541)     3      P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
                                                                                                                                      P
                                                                               PUBH    5543#   P.T.- Rehab Proc. (MSHS 543)    3                 (   )
                     CLINIC ELECTIVES                                          PUBH    5545#   P.T.-Clin. Pract.               0      P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
CLIN 4834 LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC - 12 credits                                PUBH    5600    Exercise Physiology (CPAP)      4      P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
6 of the credits are used in place of CLIN 5214 (4814)14th qtr.                PUBH    5612    Exercise Testing                4      P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
*6 credits may be used toward elective graduation requirement.                 PUBH    5624    Strength Train. & Dev.          4      P          (   )
Elective For Fall 2008 becomes 1 of 2 required choices in                      PUBH    5642    On Field Emerg. Care            2      P          (   )
Winter 2009 – See above)                                                       PUBH    5644    Electro./Acoustic...            3      P          (   )
            (For more information Contact Dr. John Markham)                    PUBH    5646    Physical Agents ...             3      P          (   )
                                                                               PUBH    5648    Therapeutic Exercise            4      P          (   )
CLIN 5833 LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC ELECT I- 12 credits                         PUBH    5850+   P.T.-Adv. Clin. Pract.          0      P          (   )
6 of the credits are used in place of CLIN 5113 (4813)13th qtr.
                                                                                                                                      P
*6 credits may be used toward elective graduation requirement.                 TECH    5657    Arth'kin & Prop LB              4                 (   )
                                                                                                                                      P
            (For more information Contact Dr. John Markham)                    TECH    5658    Arth'kin & Prop UB              4                 (   )
                                                                               TECH    5801    Atlas Orth. Tech (5317)         3      P          (   )
                                                                               TECH    5811    HIO Knee Chest (5217)           1      P          (   )
CLIN 5854 LVL III INTERNATIONAL CLINIC - 12 credits
                                                                               TECH    5817    Activator (3317)                3      P          (   )
6 of the credits are used in place of either CLIN 5113 (4813) 13th
                                                                               TECH    5821    Grostic Technique               2      P          (   )
qtr. Or CLIN 5214 (4814) 14th qtr.
                                                                               TECH    5823    Advanced Thompson               1      P          (   )
*6 credits may be used toward elective graduation requirement
                                                                               TECH    5831    CBP (Chir. Biophys.(5327)       3      P          (   )
 (For more information Contact Dr. Tim Gross or Dr. John Downes)
                                                                               TECH    5835    Intro to Applied Kines.         3      P          (   )
                                                                               TECH    5843    Cranial/Visc. Dys. (5313)       3.     P          (   )
*Although students/interns may register for one or more Clinic
                                                                               TECH    5870    Cox Flex & Distract. Tech       3      P
Elective listed above and substitute for senior clinics, only 6 clinic                                                                           (   )
elective credits can be used toward the total 18 credits of elective           See Information; DCP with “Research Tract” –pg 13
required toward graduation                                                     RSCH 5686 Individual Research Study             8-12   P
                                                                                                                                                 (   )
                                                                                                                                      P
         Completing one of the above clinics will also                         RSCH 5701 Advance Research Study                8-12              (   )
              count toward one assembly credit
           (But only one can be used for assembly)                                     # Required for California & Ohio DC license eligibility
                                                                                       + Used for Maryland (& or California & Ohio)



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                                                        DCP Course Prerequisites (Cont.)

Electives, That If Already Taken, Still Count                                        ANLS
                                                                                     Requires:
                                                                                                 5670       Elective (MSHS 670)
                                                                                                            CLIN       3609
Towards Graduation But Are No Longer Offered
                                                                                     ANLS        5676       Elective (MSHS 676
  If a previously taken elective course is not listed here or above,                 Requires:              ANLS       5670 (MSHS 670)
   check with Registrar’s Office for elective usage confirmation.                                           CLIN       3609
 ELECTIVES                                      Hr. Req. Grade                       ANLS      5805       Elective (5305)
 PPRL 5240 Person. Injury Mgt.+                 3             (    )                 Requires:            CLIN        3609
                                                                                     ________________________________________________________________________
           +is elective only if CLIN 3107 taken for 6 cr.
                                                                                     CHEM      1516       (2nd)
 PSYC 4102           Clinical Psyc*             3             (    )                 Requires:            CHEM      1515 (1102)
 *only if PSYC 4203already                                                           ________________________________________________________________________
 PUBH 4102           Addiction ( PUBHB 3765) 2 (PUBH 3725 (        )                 CLET      3757       (7th)
 RADD 4110           Rad Quality & Crit.        2 (RADD 3701) (    )                 Requires:   ALL Basic Sciences Courses
                                                       P                                                    ANAT        2647
 TECH 4312           Pediatric Adj. (TECH 3850) 3             (    )                                        ANLS        1618        2620 (Eff. Fall 2009)
                                                                                                            DIAG        2725        2735 (Eff. Fall 2009)   2740
                   DCP Prerequisites Policy                                                                 MICR        2533        2537
                                                                                                            PATH        2542
                                                                                                            PHYS        2535        2545
Prerequisite Policy                                                                                         PUBH        1517
Life University’s recent technology upgrade for academic                                                    RADD        2712 (Eff. Fall 2009)
records will allow the College of Chiropractic to track students                                            TECH        2701 (Eff. Fall 2009)   2712 (Eff. Fall 2009)

who are enrolled for courses without completing their required                       CLET        3826       (8th)
prerequisites. Starting Fall 2008 prerequisites for courses will                     Requires:              ANLS        3715
                                                                                                            CLET        3757
be strictly enforced to the extent that class roles will be checked                                         DIAG        3750 (Eff. Fall 2009)
during the quarter and any student who has not completed the                                                RADD        2712        3511        3713 (Eff. Fall 2009)
prerequisites will be dropped from the course without warning                                               TECH        2701        2712

and too late in the quarter to add another course. A decrease in                     CLET        3828       (9th)
credit hours caused by a drop in course load could change your                       Requires:              ANLS        3715        3826 (Eff. Fall 2009
                                                                                                            CLET        3757        3828 (Eff. Fall 2009
financial aid status and result in unnecessary tuition expense.                                             RADD        2712        3511        3714 (Eff. Fall 2009)
Please check your prerequisites carefully!                                                                  TECH        2712
________________________________________________________________________
ANAT      1607       (2nd)                                                           CLET        3835       (10th)
Requires:           ANAT      1503       1507                                        Requires:              CLET        3757        3828 (Eff. Fall 2009)
                                                                                                            DIAG        3743        3745        3755 (Eff. Fall 2009
ANAT        1615    (2nd)                                                                                   RADD        3717 (Eff. Fall 2009
Requires:           ANAT      1503       1507
                    PHYS      1501                                                   CLET        4840       (11th)
                                                                                     Requires:              CLET        3757        3835 (Eff. Fall 2009)
ANAT        1625    (3rd)                                                                                   RADD        3512        3714
Requires:           ANAT      1502       1615                                                               TECH        3838
                    CPAP      1502
                                                                                     CLET        4862       (12th)
ANAT        2626    (4th)                                                            Requires:              CLET        3826        3828        3835 (4105)
Requires:           ANAT      1607       1625                                                                           4840

ANAT        2646    (5th)                                                                                   CLIN        3710
Requires:           ANAT      2626                                                                          PSYC        3605 (Eff. Fall 2009)
                    PHYS      1510                                                                          PUBH        3717        3725        4747
                                                                                                            RADD        3718        4820 (Eff.. Win 2010
                                                                                                            TECH        3812        3850
ANAT      2647       (6th)
Requires:            ANAT      2646
________________________________________________________________________             CLET        4870       (13th)
                                                                                     Requires:              CLET        3826        3828        3835 (4105)
ANLS      1610       (2nd)                                                                                              4840
Requires:           ANAT      1507                                                                          RADD        4820

ANLS        1615    (2nd)                                                            CLET        4874       (13th)
Requires:           CPAP      1502                                                   Requires:              CLET        3826        3828        3835 (4105)
                      nd                                                                                                4840
ANLS        1617    (2 )                                                                                    PPBM        4763 (Eff. Fall 2009)   4773 (Eff. Fall 2009)
Requires:           ANAT      1507                                                                          RADD        4820
                                                                                     ________________________________________________________________________
ANLS        1618    (3rd)
                                                                                     RE-SEQUENCED AND RE-NUMBERED CLINIC (Began Winter 2006)
Requires:           ANLS      1617
                                                                                     CLIN        1502       (2nd)
ANLS        2620    (6th)                                                            Requires:              CLIN        1501
Requires:           ANAT      1607
                    RADD      1611                                                   CLIN        1503       (3rd)
                                                                                     Requires:              CLIN        1502
ANLS        3715    (7th)
Requires:           ANLS      1615                                                   CLIN        2504       (4th)
                    DIAG      2740                                                   Requires:              CLIN        1502

ANLS        4720    (11th)                                                           CLIN        2505       (5th)
Requires:           ANLS      3715                                                   Requires:              CLIN        2504
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                                                                  DCP Course Prerequisites (Cont.)

                     DIAG        2725 (2102)                                             CLIN        4211    (11th) (Practicum)
CLIN        2506     (6th)                                                               Requires:           CLIN       4110
Requires:            CLIN        2505
                                                                                         CLIN        4312    (12th) (Practicum)
CLIN        3507     (7th) (Student Clinic Orientation)                                  Requires:           CLET       3835 or       DIAG      4106
Requires:            CLIN        2506                                                                        CLIN       4211          4801(OSCE)

CLIN        3608     (8th) (Student Practicum I)                                         CLIN        5113    (13th) (Practicum)
Requires:            ANLS        3715                                                    Requires:           CLET       3835 (4105)
                     CLET        3757                                                                        CLIN       4211        4312 +      4801(OSCE)
                     CLIN        3507
                     DIAG        2735        3750
                     RADD        2712        3511                                        CLIN        5214    (14th) (Practicum)
                     TECH        2701        3713                                        Requires:           CLET       4840          4862
                                                                                                             CLIN       4312 +        5113 +    4801(OSCE)
CLIN        3609     (9th) (Student Practicum II)                                        ________________________________________________________________________
Requires:            CLIN        3608
                     DIAG        3750                                                    CPAP      1605       (2nd)
                                                                                         Requires:           CPAP       1505
CLIN        5700     (9th) (Student Clinic Practicum Elective)
Requires:            Academically Ineligible for CLIN 3710                               CPAP        1615    (3rd)
                     CLIN        3609 (and Not Taken or "NP" OSCE/CLIN 3701)             Requires:           CPAP       1605
                     CLIN        5600 (Clinic Re-entry Test if applicable)
                                                                                         CPAP        3715    (8th)
                                                                                         Requires:           ANAT       2647
CLIN        3701     (9th) (OSCE Testing)                                                                    DIAG       2740
Requires:            CLIN       3608 (3107)                                                                  PHYS       2545
                     DIAG       3750        3745           3743
                     RADD       3713 (Skel Rad C)                                        CPAP        4725     (12th)
                                                                                         Requires:            CPAP      3625
CLIN        3709     (9th) (Out Patient Clinic Orientation)                                                   PUBH      3684
Requires:            CLIN        3608                                                    ________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                         DIAG      2725       (4th)
CLIN        3710     (10th) (Jr. Out Patient Practicum I                                 Requires            ANAT       1625
Requires:            CLIN         3609        3701 (OSCE)              3709                                  PHYS       1525
                     CPAP         3715
                     PUBH         3615                                                   DIAG        2730    (5th)
                     RADD         3512        3620       3713                            Requires            ANAT       1607          1615
CLIN        4711     (11th) (Jr. Out Patient Practicum II)
Requires:            CLIN         3710                                                   DIAG        2735    (6th)
                                                                                         Requires            DIAG       2725
                                                                                                             MICR       1531
CLIN        4712     (12th) (Jr. Out Patient Practicum III)
Requires:            CLIN         4711
                                                                                         DIAG        2740    (6th)
                                                                                         Requires            ANAT       2646
CLIN        5800     (12th) (OP Clinic Practicum Elective)                                                   DIAG       2730
Requires:            CLIN        4712 (and Not Taken or "NP" OSCE/CLIN 4801)
                     CLIN        5600 (Clinic re-entry Test if applicable)               DIAG        3750    (7th)
                                 Academically Ineligible for CLIN 4813                   Requires:           DIAG       2725          2740
                                                                                                             PHYS       2535
CLIN        4801     (12th) (OSCE Testing)
                                                                                         DIAG        3743    (8th )
Requires:            CLIN       4711 (4110)
                                                                                         Requires:           DIAG       2725
                     CLET       3826        3828           3835        4840
                                                                                                             PUBH       3617
                     DIAG       3755        3765           4106
                     PUBH       3717        4747
                     RADD       3718                                                     DIAG        3745    (8th)
                     TECH       3812        3838                                         Requires:           DIAG       2735
                        th
CLIN        4813     (13 ) (Sr. Out Patient Practicum I)                                 DIAG        3755    (9th)
Requires:            CLIN        4712        4801                                        Requires:           CLET       3757
                     TECH        3850        4822                                                            DIAG       3745
                                                                                                             *RADD      3714
CLIN        4814     (14th) (Sr. Out Patient Practicum II)                               DIAG        3765    (10th)
Requires:            CLIN         4813 or     5833                                       Requires:           ANAT       2647
                                                                                                             DIAG       3745
CLIN        4834     (14th) (Sr. Immersion Clinic Practicum                                                  PSYC       3505
Requires:            CLIN         4813 or   5833                                                             RADD       3714
                        th
CLIN        5833     (13 ) (Sr. Immersion Clinic Practicum Elective)                     DIAG        4106    (10th) (3835)
Requires:            Clinic Admin Permission                                             Requires:           CLET        3757
                     CLIN         4712       4801                                                            CLIN        3701
                     TECH         3850       4822 (4211)                                                     DIAG        3743         3745      3750

CLIN        5854     (14th) (International Clinic Practicum)                             DIAG        5650    Elective (MSHS 650)
Requires:            Clinic Admin Permission and                                         Requires            CLIN       3609
                     CLET         4870        4874
                     CLIN         4813 (5113)                                            DIAG        5652    Elective (MSHS 652)
________________________________________________________________________                 Requires            CLIN       3609 (3208)
                   CURRENT /OLD NUMBERED CLINIC
                                                                                         DIAG        5753    Elective
CLIN        4110     (10th) (Practicum)
                                                                                         Requires            CLIN       3609
Requires:            CLIN       3309           3701
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                                                         DCP Course Prerequisites (Cont.)

DIAG        5757         Elective                                                    PSYC       3605      (9th) \
Requires                 CLIN         3609                                            Requires:           PSYC      3505
                                                                                     ________________________________________________________________________
DIAG        5767         Elective (
Requires:                DIAG         3765                                           PUBH       1517      (3rd)
                                                                                     Requires:            CHEM      1516
DIAG      5841       Elective                                                                             PUBH      1515
Requires             CLIN      3609
________________________________________________________________________             PUBH        3617      (7th)
                                                                                     Requires:             PUBH        1517
MICR      1531       (3rd)
Requires             CHEM      1516
                     PUBH      1515                                                  PUBH        3615      (8th)
                                                                                     Requires:             DIAG        2725       2740
                                                                                                           PUBH        1515
MICR        2533         (4th)
Requires                 CHEM         1516
                         PUBH         1515                                           PUBH        3625      (8th)
                                                                                     Requires:             DIAG        2735
                                                                                                           PUBH        1515
MICR      2537       (5th)
Requires             MICR      1531                                                  PUBH        3684      (9th) (MSHS 684-54) Needed for NBCE PT Boards)
________________________________________________________________________             Requires:             CPAP      3625
PATH      2541       (5th)
Requires:                ANAT         2626                                           PUBH        3717      (10th)
                                                                                     Requires:             PUBH        3617
PATH        2542     (6 th)
Requires:            PATH      2541                                                  PUBH        3725      (10th)
                     PHYS      2545                                                  Requires              PUBH        3625
________________________________________________________________________
PHYS      1510       (2nd)                                                           PUBH      4747       (11th)
Requires:            CHEM      1515                                                  Requires:            CLET      3835 (4105)
                     PHYS      1501                                                  ________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                     PUBH        5541      Elective (MSHS 541 ) (Needed for NBCE PT Boards)
PHYS        1525         (3rd)                                                       Requires:             CLIN       3608
Requires:                PHYS         1510
                                                                                     PUBH        5543      Elective (MSHS 543) (Needed for NBCE PT Boards)
PHYS        2535         (4th)                                                       Requires:             CLIN       3608
Requires:                PHYS         1525
                                                                                     PUBH        5545      Elective (30 P.T. Encounters, Needed for California & Ohio)
                                                                                     Requires:             PUBH 5541 (MSHS 541)               PUBH 5543 (MSHS 543)
PHYS        2545         (5th)
Requires:                CHEM         151
                                                                                     PUBH      5850       Elective (150 hrs PT Practicum - Can be used for Maryland)
                         PHYS         1525
                                                                                     Requires:            PUBH 5541 (MSHS 541)               PUBH 5543 (MSHS 543)
                                                                                     ________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                     PUBH      5600       Elective (MSHS 600) Can be used for Maryland)
PPBM      2506       (6th)                                                           Requires:            CLIN        3609
                         PPBM         2505
                                                                                     PUBH        5612        Elective (MSHS 612) Can be used for Maryland)
PPBM        3507         (7th)                                                       Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                         PPBM         2505                                                                   CLIN         3609

PPBM        3508         (8th)                                                       PUBH        5624        Elective (MSHS 624) Can be used for Maryland)
                         PPBM         2505                                           Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                             ANLS         5670
                                                                                                             CLIN         3609
PPBM        3509         (9th)
                         PPBM         2505                                           PUBH        5642        Elective (MSHS 642) Can be used for Maryland)
                                                                                     Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
PPBM        46XX        (10-13th)                                                                            CLIN         3609
Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.                               PUBH        5644        Elective (MSHS 644) Can be used for Maryland)
                        CLIN         3608                                            Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                             CLIN         3609
PPBM        4511         (11th)
Requires:                CLIN         3608                                           PUBH        5646        Elective (MSHS 646) Can be used for Maryland)
                                                                                     Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                             CLIN         3609
PPBM        4520         (12th)
Requires:                CLIN         3608                                           PUBH        5648        Elective (MSHS 648) Can be used for Maryland)
                                                                                     Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
PPBM        4522         (12th)                                                                              CLIN         3609
Requires:                CLIN         3608
                                                                                     PUBH        5683        (9th) (MSHS 684-53)) Can be used for Maryland)
PPBM        4550         (13th)                                                      Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
Requires:                CLIN         3608                                           ________________________________________________________________________
                                                                                     RADD        1611        (3rd)
PPBM        4763         (11th)                                                      Requires:               ANAT         1607
Requires:                CLIN         3608
                                                                                     RADD        2612      (4th)
PPBM        4773         (11th)                                                      Requires:             ANAT        1507
                         CLIN         3609                                                                 RADD        1611
PPBM 5700            Elective                                                        RADD        2711      (5th)
Requires:            CLIN      3609                                                  Requires:             RADD        2612
________________________________________________________________________
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                                                                  DCP Course Prerequisites (Cont.)

RADD        2712        (6th)                                                                TECH       5658        Elective (MSHS 658)
Requires:               RADD         2711                                                    Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                                    CLIN         3609
RADD        3511        (7th)
Requires:               RADD         1611          2501                                      TECH       5801        Elective (5317)
                                                                                             Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
RADD        3620        (7th)                                                                                       CLIN         3609
Requires:               PATH         2542
                        RADD         2712                                                    TECH        5811        Elective (5217)
RADD        3713        (7th)                                                                Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
Requires:               RADD         2712                                                                            CLIN         3609
RADD        3512        (8th)                                                                TECH        5817        Elective (3317)
Requires:               RADD         2501          2612                                      Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                                     CLIN         3609
RADD        3714        (8th)
Requires:               RADD         3713                                                    TECH        5821        Elective
                                                                                             Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
RADD        3717        (9th)                                                                                        CLIN         3609
Requires:               RADD         3714
                                                                                             TECH        5823        Elective
RADD        3701        (10th)                                                               Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
Requires:               RADD         3511          3512                                                              CLIN         3609
                                     2712          3620                                                              TECH 4822 (4211)
RADD        3718        (10th)                                                               TECH        5831        Elective (5327)
Requires:               RADD         3717                                                    Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                                                                                                                     CLIN         3609
RADD      4820       (10th)
Requires:            RADD      3718                                                          TECH        5835        Elective
________________________________________________________________________                     Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
RSCH      3601       (9 th)
                                                                                                                     CLIN         3609
Requires:            RSCH      2501
                                                                                             TECH        5843        Elective (5313)
RSCH        4801        (13th) -Clinical Case Study)
                                                                                             Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
Requires:               RSCH        3601
                                                                                                                     CLIN         3609
RSCH        5686        Elective (Individual Research Study)
                                                                                             TECH        5870        Elective
Requires:               RSCH         3601
                                                                                             Requires: Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above.
                        Instructor Consent
                                                                                                                     CLIN         3609
RSCH        5701     Advanced Research Study (Research Tract

Requires:
                     In Place of Senior PPBM Classes)
                     RSCH         4301 or 3601 & Permission of the Research Director                  RESEQUENCING NOTES –
_______________________________________________________________________
                        th)
                                                                                             ACADEMIC CURRICULUM NEW!!!
TECH      2701       (4
Requires:            ANAT         1607
                                                                                             1. Note significant prerequisite changes for all CLET
                     ANLS         1610        1617                                              courses, effective Fall 2009
TECH        2711        (5th)
                                                                                             2. RADD 4820 – Advanced Imaging is being moved
Requires:               ANAT         1607                                                       to 11 qtr. (from 12th qtr in Summer 2009) The
                        ANLS         1615          1618                                         course will be taught in both qtrs in summer and
TECH        2712        (6th)                                                                   only in 11th qtr from fall & thereafter
Requires:               TECH         2711                                                    3. Implementation on hold ANLS 4720 – Advanced
TECH        3713        (7th)                                                                   Instrumentation is being moved to 12 qtr. (from 11th
Requires:               ANLS         1610          2620                                         qtr in Summer 2009) The course will not be taught in
                        TECH         2712
                                                                                                in summer and only in 12th qtr from fall & thereafter.
TECH        3837        (8th)
Requires:               ANLS         3715
                        DIAG         2740
                                                                                             CLINIC CURRICULUM
                                                                                             As part of the resequencing of the DCP curriculum (that began in
TECH        3838        (9th)                                                                Winter 2006), the renumbering of Clinic Practicums is now
Requires:               TECH         3837
                                                                                             beginning. The renumbered Clinic courses may contain
TECH        3850        (9th)                                                                requirement/policy modifications - Please check with the Clinic.
Requires:               CLET         3757
                        TECH         3713                                                    Students who entered or are required to take (or are a transferee
                                                                                             equivalent) as of Spring Quarter 2007, CLIN 3507 – “Student
TECH        3812        (10th)
Requires:               CLIN         3608 (3107)
                                                                                             Clinic Orientation” will continue on with the registration of their
                                                                                             Clinic Courses, as Interns, under the new numbering system (and
TECH        4822        (11th)                                                               with the policies associated.)
Requires:               CLIN         3608 (3107)
                                                                                             Those Interns who have completed CLIN 3107 – “Student Clinic
TECH        4841        (12th)
Requires:               CLIN         3608 (3107)                                             Practicum I” (or are a transferee equivalent) have started under the
                                                                                             current, but older course numbering system and will continue
TECH        4861        (13th)                                                               toward graduation using the registration of course practicum as
Requires:               TECH         3812                  3838
                                     4822
                                                                                             applicable. In future quarterlies, listing the older clinic course
                                                                                             numbers will be discontinued/phased out. Registration for these
TECH        5657       Elective (MSHS 657)                                                   “unpublished clinics” will be done at the Registrar’s Office after
Requires:    Student must be entering 10th qtr. or above
                       CLIN          3609
                                                                                             eligibility is confirmed.

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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                        DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




1st       Quarter Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                 Bldg     Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4440      ANAT-1502-11       EMBRYOLOGY                                     ANXC   125   LEC     T        3:00PM         4:50PM      2.00   Dr. Romfh
4417      ANAT-1503-11       HISTOLOGY                                      ANXC   108   LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Demons
                                                                            ANXC   127   LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4418      CHEM-1515-11       BIOCHEMISTRY I                                 ANXC   C1    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       6.00   Dr. Silverman
                                                                            ANXC   125   LEC     WTh      9:00AM       10:50AM
5897      CLIN-1501-11       CLINICAL PATIENT EXPERIENCE I                  MAIN   CCHOP LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM.      0.00   Dr. Pryor
                             (LEC Meets Week 1 only, Clinic Week 3)         ANXC   127   LEC     T       5:00 PM.       6:50 PM
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS    GYM LEC       Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4414      CPAP-1502-11       HEALTH CARE TERMINOLOGY                        ANXC   152   LEC     Th       1:00PM         2:50PM      2.00   Dr. D. Bisiacchi
4416      CPAP-1505-11       INTRO TO CHIROPRACTIC                          ANXC   125   LEC     W        3:00PM         4:50PM      2.00   D. Koch
4415      PHYS-1501-11       ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY                         ANXC   C1    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   Dr. Cane
                                                                            ANXC   125   LEC     W        1:00PM         2:50PM
5698      PPBM-1501-11       INTRO TO BUSINESS PRIN I                       ANXC   C2    LEC     T        7:00AM        8:50AM       0.35   B. Flannery
                             (Meets July 14 and August 11 only)
4439      PUBH-1515-11       BASIC PUBLIC HEALTH                          ANXC     125    LEC    Th       7:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   J. Oppenheim


ANAT 1507                          Sections A-J
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                 Bldg     Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4425      ANAT-1507-1A       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    M        3:00PM         4:50PM
4426      ANAT-1507-1B       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    Th       3:00PM         4:50PM
4427      ANAT-1507-1C       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    F        1:00PM         2:50PM
4428      ANAT-1507-1D       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    W        5:00PM         6:50PM
4429      ANAT-1507-1E       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    F       11:00AM        12:50PM
4430      ANAT-1507-1F       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                                                                          ANXB     212    LAB    W        7:00AM         8:50AM
4431      ANAT-1507-1G       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                             (STANDBY)                                    ANXB     212    LAB    F        7:00AM         8:50AM
4971      ANAT-1507-1H       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                             (STANDBY)                                    ANXB     212    LAB    M        5:00PM         6:50PM
6485      ANAT-1507-1I       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                             (STANDBY)                                    ANXB     212    LAB    Th       5:00PM         6:50PM
6486      ANAT-1507-1J       OSTEOLOGY AND ARTHROLOGY                     ANXC     125    LEC    T        1:00PM         2:50PM      3.00   Dr. Mayne
                             (STANDBY)                                    ANXB     212    LAB    F        5:00PM         6:50PM

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                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




2nd             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4538      ANAT-1607-21       SPINAL ANATOMY                                 ANXB              138    LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
4539      ANLS-1615-21       SPINAL BIOMECHANICS                            ANXB              138    LEC    F        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Kinard
4519      CHEM-1516-21       BIOCHEMISTRY II                                ANXC              152    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       5.00   Dr. Silverman
                                                                            ANXC              108    LEC    W        2:00PM        3:50PM
                                                                            ANXB              138    LEC    F       11:00AM       11:50AM
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS               GYM    LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4521      CPAP-1605-21       HISTORY OF CHIROPRACTIC                        ANXC              108    LEC    T        3:00PM        4:50PM       2.00   D. Koch
4522      PHYS-1510-21       CELLULAR & NEUROMUSCULAR PHYS                  ANXC              108    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       5.00   Dr. Rigby
                                                                            ANXC              108    LEC    W        1:00PM        1:50PM
                                                                            ANXC              152    LEC    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
5699      PPBM-1502-21       INTRO TO BUSINESS PRIN II                      ANXC              C2     LEC    T        7:00AM        8:50AM       0.35   B. Flannery
                             (Meets July 21 and August 18 only)


ANAT 1615                          Sections A-D & Q
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4533      ANAT-1615-2A       MUSCULAR SKELETAL GROSS ANAT                              ANXB   138    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Wet Labs Only)                                           ANXB   215B   LAB    MTh      7:00AM        8:50AM
4534      ANAT-1615-2B       MUSCULAR SKELETAL GROSS ANAT                              ANXB   138    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    T        5:00PM        6:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    F        5:00PM        6:50PM
4535      ANAT-1615-2C       MUSCULAR SKELETAL GROSS ANAT                              ANXB   138    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    W        7:00AM        8:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    Th       5:00PM        6:50PM
4536      ANAT-1615-2D       MUSCULAR SKELETAL GROSS ANAT                              ANXB   138    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    M        3:00PM        4:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    F        3:00PM        4:50PM
4559      ANAT-1615-2Q       MUSCULAR SKELETAL GROSS ANAT                              ANXB   138    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             Both Labs are Dry lab. You must have documentation        ANXC   126    LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             on file with Student Success Center or be dis-enrolled.   ANXC   126    LAB    Th       5:00PM        6:50PM
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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                        DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
ANLS            1610               Sections A-D
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                   Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4528      ANLS-1610-2A       INSTRUMENTATION                                ANXB   138    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   F. Sherkel      Y
                                                                            ANXC   155    LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM
4529      ANLS-1610-2B       INSTRUMENTATION                                ANXB   138    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   F. Sherkel      Y
                                                                            ANXC   155    LAB    M        7:00AM        8:50AM
4530      ANLS-1610-2C       INSTRUMENTATION                                ANXB   138    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   F. Sherkel      Y
                                                                            ANXC   155    LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM
4531      ANLS-1610-2D       INSTRUMENTATION                                ANXB   138    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   F. Sherkel      Y
                                                                            ANXC   155    LAB    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM

ANLS            1617               Sections A, C (All caps are set for multiple sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                   Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4523      ANLS-1617-2A       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION I                    ANXB   138    LEC    Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber       Y
                                                                            ANXB   201    LAB    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
4525      ANLS-1617-2C       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION I                    ANXB   138    LEC    Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber       Y
                                                                            MOD    M-7A   LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM

CLIN            1502               Sections A, B – (All caps are set for multiple sections)
                   Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                   Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4540      CLIN-1502-2A       CLIN PATIENT EXPERIENCE II (Meets Weeks 1-3)   ANXC   149    LAB    M       11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4934      CLIN-1502-2B       CLIN PATIENT EXPERIENCE II (Meets Weeks 1-3)   ANXC   149    LAB    W       11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y




3rd             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                   Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS    GYM    LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4679      CPAP-1615-31       CHIROPRACTIC PRINCIPLES                        ANXC   125    LEC    Th       5:00PM        5:50PM       2.00   D. Koch         Y
                                                                            ANXC   125    LEC    T        8:00AM        8:50AM
4675      PHYS-1525-31       VISCERAL PHYSIOLOGY                            ANXC   152    LEC    M        3:00PM        4:50PM       6.00   Dr. Ravikumar
                                                                            ANXC   149    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                            ANXC   125    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
5716      PPBM-1503-31       INTRO TO BUSINESS PRIN III                     ANXC   C1     LEC    M        7:00AM        8:50AM       0.35   B. Flannery
                             (Meets July 27 and August 24 only)
4547      PUBH-1517-31       BASIC NUTRITION                                ANXC   C2     LEC    W        7:00AM        8:50AM       5.00   Ms. Stephens    Y
                                                                            ANXC   152    LEC    T        3:00PM        5:50PM

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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
ANAT 1625                          Sections A-F & Q
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4680      ANAT-1625-3A       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Wet Labs Only)                                           ANXB   215A   LAB    MT       1:00PM        2:50PM
4681      ANAT-1625-3B       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4682      ANAT-1625-3C       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    M        5:00PM        6:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4683      ANAT-1625-3D       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
4684      ANAT-1625-3E       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    M       11:00AM       12:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    F        3:00PM        4:50PM
4941      ANAT-1625-3F       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   126    LAB    M        1:00PM        2:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4685      ANAT-1625-3Q       VISCERAL GROSS ANATOMY                                    ANXC   108    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                             Both Labs are Dry lab. You must have documentation        ANXC   126    LAB    TF       1:00PM        2:50PM
                             on file with Student Success Center or be dis-enrolled.


ANLS            1618               Sections A, C, D, F (Lab “A & D” caps are set as a multiple sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4686      ANLS-1618-3A       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION II                              ANXC   125    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber     Y
                                                                                       MOD    M-7B   LAB    M       11:00AM       12:50PM
4688      ANLS-1618-3C       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION II                              ANXC   125    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber     Y
                                                                                       ANXB   201    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4689      ANLS-1618-3D       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION II                              ANXC   125    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber     Y
                                                                                       ANXB   201    LAB    T        1:00PM        2:50PM
4942      ANLS-1618-3F       MOTION & STATIC PALPATION II                              ANXC   125    LEC    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Huber     Y
                                                                                       ANXB   201    LAB    F        9:00AM       10:50AM

CLIN     1503      Sections A-F- Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4691      CLIN-1503-3A       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     T       11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y
4943      CLIN-1503-3B       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     W       11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y
4944      CLIN-1503-3C       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     M       11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y
4945      CLIN-1503-3D       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     W       12:00PM       12:50PM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y
4946      CLIN-1503-3E       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     F        5:00PM        5:50PM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y
4947      CLIN-1503-3F       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                                MAIN   CCHOP LAB     T       12:00PM       12:50PM       0.00   Dr. Pryor     Y

MICR            1531               Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4541      MICR-1531-3A       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                                   ANXC   125    LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   C1     LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   207    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4542      MICR-1531-3B       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                                   ANXC   125    LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   C1     LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   207    LAB    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
4543      MICR-1531-3C       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                                   ANXC   125    LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   C1     LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   207    LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM

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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                       DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
MICR            1531               Sections A-F (cont.)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                       Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4544      MICR-1531-3D       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                            ANXC       125      LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari    Y
                                                                                ANXC       C1       LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                ANXB       207      LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4545      MICR-1531-3E       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                            ANXC       125      LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari    Y
                                                                                ANXC       C1       LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                ANXB       207      LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4940      MICR-1531-3F       BACTERIOLOGY & VIROLOGY                            ANXC       125      LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Abghari    Y
                                                                                ANXC       C1       LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                                ANXB       207      LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM
RADD 1611                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                       Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4548      RADD-1611-3A       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     F        8:00AM        8:50AM
4549      RADD-1611-3B       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     W        9:00AM        9:50AM
4550      RADD-1611-3C       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     M        1:00PM        1:50PM
4551      RADD-1611-3D       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     M        2:00PM        2:50PM
4552      RADD-1611-3E       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     W       10:00AM       10:50AM
4939      RADD-1611-3F       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMALIES I                      ANXC       125      LEC     Th       1:00PM        1:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                                MAIN       DIA2     LAB     M       12:00PM       12:50PM




4th             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                       Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4970      CLIN-2504-41       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION II                    Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information                  0.00   Dr. Pryor      Y
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS        GYM LEC Th                    11:00AM      11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4699      MICR-2533-41       PARASITOLOGY & MYCOLOGY                            ANXC       127      LEC     W        4:00PM        4:50PM       3.00   Dr. Abghari
                                                                                ANXC       C2       LEC     F        1:00PM        2:50PM
5717      PPBM-2504-41       INTRO TO BUSINESS PRIN IV                          ANXC       C1       LEC     M        7:00AM        8:50AM       0.35   B. Flannery
                             (Meets August 3 and August31 only)
4692      RSCH-2501-41       INTRO TO RESEARCH METHODS                          ANXC       C2       LEC     T         3:00PM        4:50PM      2.00   Dr. Russell


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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
ANAT 2626                          Sections A-I & Q
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4959      ANAT-2626-4A       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    M        3:00PM        4:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    T        9:00AM       10:50AM
4960      ANAT-2626-4B       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    T        7:00AM        8:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    F       11:00AM       12:50PM
4961      ANAT-2626-4C       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4962      ANAT-2626-4D       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    T        7:00AM        8:50AM
4963      ANAT-2626-4E       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    F        9:00AM       10:50AM
5150      ANAT-2626-4F       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    T        5:00PM        6:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
6894      ANAT-2626-4G       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    W        5:00PM        6:50PM
6895      ANAT-2626-4H       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    M        5:00PM        6:50PM
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215A   LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM
6897      ANAT-2626-4I       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             (Wet Lab)                                                 ANXB   215B   LAB    T        5:00PM        6:50PM
                             (Dry Lab)                                                 ANXC   148    LAB    W        5:00PM        6:50PM
4964      ANAT-2626-4Q       HEAD AND NECK GROSS ANATOMY                               ANXC   127    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Romfh       Y
                             Both Labs are Dry lab. You must have documentation        ANXC   148    LAB    M        3:00PM        4:50PM
                             on file with Student Success Center or be dis-enrolled.   ANXC   148    LAB    F       11:00AM       12:50PM

DIAG            2725               Sections A, B, C, D, F (Labs “A, C, D, & F” caps are set as a multiple sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4953      DIAG-2725-4A       VISCERAL DIAGNOSIS                                        ANXC   127    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   127    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4954      DIAG-2725-4B       VISCERAL DIAGNOSIS                                        ANXC   127    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   127    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXC   139    LAB    M        3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXC   139    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4955      DIAG-2725-4C       VISCERAL DIAGNOSIS                                        ANXC   127    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   127    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4956      DIAG-2725-4D       VISCERAL DIAGNOSIS                                        ANXC   127    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   127    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    TW       9:00AM       10:50AM
5149      DIAG-2725-4F       VISCERAL DIAGNOSIS                                        ANXC   127    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                                       ANXC   127    LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                                       ANXB   115    LAB    F       11:00AM       12:50PM




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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                              DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
PHYS            2535               Sections A-I
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                      Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4965      PHYS-2535-4A       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     F        3:00PM        4:50PM
4966      PHYS-2535-4B       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4967      PHYS-2535-4C       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     W        1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
4968      PHYS-2535-4D       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     W        5:00PM        6:50PM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4969      PHYS-2535-4E       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     T        5:00PM        6:50PM
5152      PHYS-2535-4F       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
6904      PHYS-2535-4G       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     M        3:00PM        4:50PM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
6905      PHYS-2535-4H       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     F        5:00PM        6:50PM
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     T        7:00PM        8:50PM
6906      PHYS-2535-4I       PHYSIOLOGY LAB                    ANXC   C1     LEC     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Rigby    Y
                                                               ANXB   225    LAB     MTh      5:00PM        6:50PM


RADD 2501                          Sections A-I
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                      Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4948      RADD-2501-4A       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4949      RADD-2501-4B       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
4950      RADD-2501-4C       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
4951      RADD-2501-4D       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
4952      RADD-2501-4E       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
5148      RADD-2501-4F       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM
6888      RADD-2501-4G       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
6889      RADD-2501-4H       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
6890      RADD-2501-4I       X-RAY PHYSICS                     ANXC   127    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       4.00   S. Everage
                                                               ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                               MAIN   DIA1   LAB     W        1:00PM        2:50PM


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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                               DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
RADD 2612                          Sections A-I
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4693      RADD-2612-4A       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     F       11:00AM       11:50AM
4694      RADD-2612-4B       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     M        9:00AM        9:50AM
4695      RADD-2612-4C       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     W        8:00AM        8:50AM
4696      RADD-2612-4D       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     F       10:00AM       10:50AM
4697      RADD-2612-4E       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     F       12:00PM       12:50PM
5151      RADD-2612-4F       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     F        7:00AM        7:50AM
6898      RADD-2612-4G       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     F        9:00AM        9:50AM
6899      RADD-2612-4H       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     M       10:00AM       10:50AM
6900      RADD-2612-4I       NORM RADIO ANAT & ANOMAL II        ANXC   127    LEC     W        3:00PM        3:50PM       1.50   Dr. Bradshaw   Y
                                                                MAIN   DIA2   LAB     M        4:00PM        4:50PM
TECH 2701                          Sections A-I
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4700      TECH-2701-4A       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
4701      TECH-2701-4B       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
4702      TECH-2701-4C       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     M        3:00PM        4:50PM
4703      TECH-2701-4D       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
4704      TECH-2701-4E       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5153      TECH-2701-4F       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
6901      TECH-2701-4G       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM
6902      TECH-2701-4H       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
6903      TECH-2701-4I       LIFE TOGGLE TECHNIQUE              ANXC   C1     LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Franz      Y
                                                                ANXC   138    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM




                                                             page 78
                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                       DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
5th             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.
5170      CLIN-2505-51       CLIN RECORDING HX & CHIRO I                   ANXC   C1     LEC    T        7:00AM        8:50AM       0.00   Dr. Pryor        Y
                             (LEC Meets Weeks 1-4 Only)
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS   GYM    LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4978      MICR-2537-51       IMMUNOLOGY & DISEASE PATTERNS                 ANXC   149    LEC    M        1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Abghari
                                                                           ANXB   122    LEC    T        3:00PM        3:50PM
4985      PATH-2541-51       PATHOLOGY I                                   ANXB   122    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi
                                                                           ANXC   C1     LEC    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
5161      PHYS-2545-51       ENDOCRINOLOGY                                 ANXC   149    LEC    MTh      3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   Dr. Rigby
5169      PPBM-2505-51       PRACT & BUS MGMT I                            ANXC   C1     LEC    T        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   B. Flannery
                             (Meets Weeks 5-10 begins August 10)

ANAT 2646                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5162      ANAT-2646-5A       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
5163      ANAT-2646-5B       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
5164      ANAT-2646-5C       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    F       11:00AM       12:50PM
5165      ANAT-2646-5D       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
5166      ANAT-2646-5E       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5167      ANAT-2646-5F       NEUROANATOMY CNS                              ANXC   C1     LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   Dr. Mayne        Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F        9:00AM        9:50AM
                             (Dry Lab)                                     ANXB   211    LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM

DIAG            2730               Sections A-D (A & D caps are set as double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4972      DIAG-2730-5A       ORTHOPEDIC DIAGNOSIS                          ANXC   C2     LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Capes        Y
                                                                           ANXC   127    LEC    T        9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                                           MOD    M-7B   LAB    WTh      7:00AM        8:50AM
4973      DIAG-2730-5B       ORTHOPEDIC DIAGNOSIS                          ANXC   C2     LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Capes        Y
                                                                           ANXC   127    LEC    T        9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   147    LAB    W        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                           ANXB   111    LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM
4974      DIAG-2730-5C       ORTHOPEDIC DIAGNOSIS                          ANXC   C2     LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Capes        Y
                                                                           ANXC   127    LEC    T        9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   147    LAB    M        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   147    LAB    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
4975      DIAG-2730-5D       ORTHOPEDIC DIAGNOSIS                          ANXC   C2     LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Capes        Y
                                                                           ANXC   127    LEC    T        9:00AM        9:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   147    LAB    WTh      1:00PM        2:50PM
RADD 2711                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5155      RADD-2711-5A       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   113    LAB    F       12:00PM       12:50PM
5156      RADD-2711-5B       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   117    LAB    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM
5157      RADD-2711-5C       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   115    LAB    W        2:00PM        2:50PM
5158      RADD-2711-5D       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   115    LAB    F        7:00AM        7:50AM
5159      RADD-2711-5E       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   115    LAB    W        8:00AM        8:50AM
5160      RADD-2711-5F       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY A                          ANXC   152    LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                           ANXC   152    LEC    F       10:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                           ANXC   113    LAB    F       11:00AM       11:50AM

                                                                       page 79
                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                       DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
TECH 2711                          Sections A-D (A & B caps are set as double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                        Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4979      TECH-2711-5A       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE I                              ANXC       127      LEC     T       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin    Y
                                                                                 MOD        M-7A     LAB     W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4980      TECH-2711-5B       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE I                              ANXC       127      LEC     T       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin    Y
                                                                                 MOD        M-7A     LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
4981      TECH-2711-5C       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE I                              ANXC       127      LEC     T       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin    Y
                                                                                 MOD        M-7A     LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
4982      TECH-2711-5D       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE I                              ANXC       127      LEC     T       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin    Y
                                                                                 ANXB       201      LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM




6th             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                        Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5375      CLIN-2506-61       CLIN RECORDING HX & CHIRO II                   Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information0.00 Dr. Pryor    Y
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS        GYM LEC Th                    11:00AM 11:50AM             0.00   D. Koch
5376      PPBM-2506-61       PRACT & BUS MGMT II                                 TBA        TBA      LEC     Sa        8:00AM        4:50PM      0.90   B. Flannery
                             (Meets July 18 and August 1, 8am-5pm only)

ANAT 2647                          Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                        Bldg       Room     Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5365      ANAT-2647-6A       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     T        3:00PM         4:50PM
5366      ANAT-2647-6B       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     Th       7:00AM         8:50AM
5367      ANAT-2647-6C       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     F        7:00AM         8:50AM
5368      ANAT-2647-6D       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     F        3:00PM         4:50PM
5369      ANAT-2647-6E       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     Th       1:00PM         2:50PM
5728      ANAT-2647-6F       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     T        1:00PM         2:50PM
6579      ANAT-2647-6G       NEUROANATOMY PNS                                    ANXC       127      LEC     W        9:00AM         9:50AM      4.00   Dr. Cane      Y
                                                                                 ANXB       122      LEC     F       11:00AM        12:50PM
                                                                                 ANXC       148      LAB     W        3:00PM         4:50PM
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ANLS            2620               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5370      ANLS-2620-6A       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM
5371      ANLS-2620-6B       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5372      ANLS-2620-6C       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
5373      ANLS-2620-6D       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     W        5:00PM        6:50PM
5374      ANLS-2620-6E       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     T        5:00PM        6:50PM
5729      ANLS-2620-6F       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
6587      ANLS-2620-6G       X-RAY FULL SPINE ANALYSIS          ANXC   152    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   L. Dever     Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM

DIAG            2735               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5360      DIAG-2735-6A       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     M       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
5361      DIAG-2735-6B       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
5362      DIAG-2735-6C       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     WTh      5:00PM        6:50PM
5363      DIAG-2735-6D       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM
5364      DIAG-2735-6E       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     WTh      7:00AM        8:50AM
5726      DIAG-2735-6F       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
6570      DIAG-2735-6G       CLINICAL LABORATORY STUDIES        ANXB   122    LEC     M        3:00PM        5:50PM       5.00   Dr. Forese   Y
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   116    LAB     T        1:00PM        2:50PM

DIAG            2740               Sections A-F (Lab E cap is set as a double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5189      DIAG-2740-6A       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5190      DIAG-2740-6B       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5191      DIAG-2740-6C       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
5192      DIAG-2740-6D       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
5193      DIAG-2740-6E       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
5727      DIAG-2740-6F       NEUROLOGICAL DIAGNOSIS             ANXC   152    LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       5.00   Dr. Amos     Y
                                                                ANXC   127    LEC     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM

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                                                DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
PATH            2542               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                        Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5195      PATH-2542-6A       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
5196      PATH-2542-6B       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
5197      PATH-2542-6C       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5198      PATH-2542-6D       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     M       11:00AM       12:50PM
5199      PATH-2542-6E       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM
5730      PATH-2542-6F       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
6591      PATH-2542-6G       PATHOLOGY II                        ANXC   152    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       4.00   Dr. Bourdienyi   Y
                                                                 ANXC   C1     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                 ANXB   209    LAB     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM

RADD 2712                          Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                        Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5355      RADD-2712-6A       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   113    LAB     F         1:00PM        1:50PM
5356      RADD-2712-6B       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   117    LAB     Th        3:00PM        3:50PM
5357      RADD-2712-6C       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   117    LAB     Th        4:00PM        4:50PM
5358      RADD-2712-6D       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   117    LAB     T         1:00PM        1:50PM
5359      RADD-2712-6E       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   117    LAB     T         2:00PM        2:50PM
5725      RADD-2712-6F       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   115    LAB     W         3:00PM        3:50PM
6566      RADD-2712-6G       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY B                ANXC   C2     LEC     M         1:00PM        2:50PM      2.50   Dr. Fox          Y
                                                                 ANXC   115    LAB     T         4:00PM        4:50PM


TECH 2712                          Sections A, C-E (A, C-D caps are set as a double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                        Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5175      TECH-2712-6A       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE II             ANXC   127    LEC     W       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin       Y
                                                                 MOD    M-7A   LAB     T        1:00PM        2:50PM
5177      TECH-2712-6C       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE II             ANXC   127    LEC     W       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin       Y
                                                                 MOD    M-7A   LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5178      TECH-2712-6D       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE II             ANXC   127    LEC     W       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin       Y
                                                                 MOD    M-7A   LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5179      TECH-2712-6E       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE II             ANXC   127    LEC     W       10:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Mullin       Y
                                                                 ANXB   201    LAB     M       11:00AM       12:50PM




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                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




7th             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                             Bldg         Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5384      CLIN-3507-71       STUDENT CLINIC ORIENTATION                               ANXC         C2         LEC    T         1:00PM        2:50PM      1.00   S. Sharkey      Y
                             Must complete CPR in order to pass this class. See location info on pages 6-7)
5457      CPAP-1104-1A       NATL BD PREP PT. 1A                                      ANXC         C1         LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
5458      CPAP-1207-1B       NATL BD PREP PT. 1B                                      ANXC         C1         LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
5542      PPBM-3507-71       PRACT & BUS MGMT III                                     TBA          TBA        LEC    Sa       8:00AM        4:50PM       0.90   B. Flannery
                             (Meets July 25 - 8am -5pm only)
5385      PUBH-3617-71       NUTRITION AND HEALTH                                     ANXC         C2         LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Ms. Stephens



ANLS            3715               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                             Bldg         Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5392      ANLS-3715-7A       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5393      ANLS-3715-7B       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
5394      ANLS-3715-7C       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    M        7:00AM        8:50AM
5395      ANLS-3715-7D       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5396      ANLS-3715-7E       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    F        7:00AM        8:50AM
5397      ANLS-3715-7F       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
6752      ANLS-3715-7G       MUSCLE,GAIT & POSTURE ANLS                               ANXC         127        LEC    F       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe      Y
                                                                                      ANXB         202        LAB    W        7:00AM        8:50AM

CLET            3757               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                             Bldg         Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

Basic Knowledge Exam Week 2 Tues 11-1 Covers all courses & material from qtrs. 1-6; Basic & Clinical Sciences Room TBA- See page 11
5386      CLET-3757-7A       CLINICAL SKILLS                                        ANXC           C1         LEC    M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                                    MOD            M-7A       LAB    M        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                                    ANXB           106        LAB    T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5387      CLET-3757-7B       CLINICAL SKILLS                                        ANXC           C1         LEC    M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                                    ANXB           106        LAB    M        5:00PM        6:50PM
                                                                                    ANXB           106        LAB    F        1:00PM        2:50PM
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                                               DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
CLET            3757               Sections A-G (Cont.)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5388      CLET-3757-7C       CLINICAL SKILLS                    ANXC   C1     LEC     M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5389      CLET-3757-7D       CLINICAL SKILLS                    ANXC   C1     LEC     M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                MOD    M-7A   LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5390      CLET-3757-7E       CLINICAL SKILLS                    ANXC   C1     LEC     M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
5391      CLET-3757-7F       CLINICAL SKILLS                    ANXC   C1     LEC     M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     M        1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM
6742      CLET-3757-7G       CLINICAL SKILLS                    ANXC   C1     LEC     M        3:00PM        4:50PM       4.00   J. Guagliardo   Y
                                                                ANXC   154    LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   106    LAB     T        5:00PM        6:50PM
CPAP            3625               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5530      CPAP-3625-7A       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM
5531      CPAP-3625-7B       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM
5532      CPAP-3625-7C       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5533      CPAP-3625-7D       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     F        3:00PM        4:50PM
5534      CPAP-3625-7E       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5535      CPAP-3625-7F       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
6748      CPAP-3625-7G       INTR TO WELLNESS & SPINAL HYG      ANXC   127    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Kirk
                                                                SHS    AERO   LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM

DIAG            3750               Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5378      DIAG-3750-7A       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5379      DIAG-3750-7B       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5380      DIAG-3750-7C       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
5381      DIAG-3750-7D       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM
5382      DIAG-3750-7E       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5383      DIAG-3750-7F       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
6744      DIAG-3750-7G       SPECIAL SENSES DIAGNOSIS           ANXC   C2     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       4.00   Dr. Forese      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM

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                                                 DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
RADD 3511                          Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                         Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5536      RADD-3511-7A       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
5537      RADD-3511-7B       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
5538      RADD-3511-7C       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM
5539      RADD-3511-7D       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
5540      RADD-3511-7E       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     M        1:00PM        2:50PM
5541      RADD-3511-7F       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
6746      RADD-3511-7G       SPINAL X-RAY POSITIONING             ANXC   C2     LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Forese     Y
                                                                  ANXB   121    LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM

RADD 3620                          Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                         Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5377      RADD-3620-7A       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     F        8:00AM        8:50AM
5732      RADD-3620-7B       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     T        8:00AM        8:50AM
5733      RADD-3620-7C       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     F       10:00AM       10:50AM
5734      RADD-3620-7D       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     F        9:00AM        9:50AM
5735      RADD-3620-7E       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     F        2:00PM        2:50PM
5736      RADD-3620-7F       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     Th       7:00AM        7:50AM
6740      RADD-3620-7G       RADIOLOGY REPORT WRITING             ANXC   C2     LEC     M       12:00PM       12:50PM       1.00   Dr. Millman    Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     F        3:00PM        3:50PM

RADD 3713                          Sections A-G
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                         Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5524      RADD-3713-7A       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   117    LAB     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
5525      RADD-3713-7B       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     T        5:00PM        5:50PM
5526      RADD-3713-7C       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM
5527      RADD-3713-7D       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     T        3:00PM        3:50PM
5528      RADD-3713-7E       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   115    LAB     M        8:00AM        8:50AM
5529      RADD-3713-7F       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   117    LAB     Th       8:00AM        8:50AM
6750      RADD-3713-7G       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY C                 ANXC   152    LEC     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                  ANXC   117    LAB     F        2:00PM        2:50PM

TECH 3713                          Sections A- C, G (A – C caps are all set as double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                         Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5398      TECH-3713-7A       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE III             MOD    M-7A   LAB     W        3:00PM        4:50PM       2.00   Dr. D. Bisiacchi   Y
                                                                  MOD    M-7A   LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
5399      TECH-3713-7B       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE III             MOD    M-7A   LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. D. Bisiacchi   Y
                                                                  MOD    M-7A   LAB     T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5400      TECH-3713-7C       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE III             MOD    M-7A   LAB     MF       1:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. D. Bisiacchi   Y
6755      TECH-3713-7G       FULL SPINE TECHNIQUE III             MOD    M-7A   LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. D. Bisiacchi   Y
                                                                  MOD    M-7A   LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM


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8th          Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg        Room     Meth     Days   Class Starts   Class Ends    Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5546      CLIN-3608-81        PRACTICUM - STUDENT CLINIC I                             MAIN        CCHOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                       3.00   S. Sharkey
5457      CPAP-1104-1A        NATL BD PREP PT. 1A                                      ANXC        C1    LEC         Th       11:00AM      11:50AM        0.00   Dr. Romfh
5458      CPAP-1207-1B        NATL BD PREP PT. 1B                                      ANXC        C1    LEC         Th       11:00AM      11:50AM        0.00   Dr. Romfh
5545      CPAP-3715-81        SUBLUXATION THEORIES                                     ANXC        C1    LEC         T         1:00PM       2:50PM        3      Dr. Amos
                                                                                       ANXC        C2    LEC         Th        2:00PM       2:50PM
5740      DIAG-3743-81        GASTRO-INTESTINAL DIAGNOSIS                              ANXC        C1    LEC         W         3:00PM       4:50PM        2.00   Dr. Mohyuddin
5739      DIAG-3745-81        GENITAL-URINARY DIAGNOSIS                                ANXC        C2    LEC         M         3:00PM       4:50PM        2.00   J. Schar
5746      PPBM-3508-81        PRACT & BUS MGMT IV                                      TBA         TBA LEC           Sa        8:00AM       4:50PM        0.90   B. Flannery
                              (Meets August 8 - 8am -5pm only)
5544      PSYC-3505-81        HUMAN DEVELOPMENT                                        ANXC        C1       LEC      M         1:00PM       2:50PM        2.00   Dr. L. Rubin
5765      PUBH-3615-81        EMERGENCY PROCEDURES                                     ANXC        C1       LEC      T         9:00AM      10:50AM        1.00   Dr. Krantz      Y
          (Effective Summer 2008, No longer testing or Certifying CPR in this class but you must have it to enter Clinic 3608 & 3609 Summer 2008; See info on pages 6-7)
5737      PUBH-3625-81        TOXICOLOGY                                               ANXC        C1       LEC      T          3:00PM       4:50PM       2.00   Dr. Ravikumar


CLET            3826                Sections A-H (Lab D cap is all set as a double section)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg        Room     Meth     Days   Class Starts   Class Ends    Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4294      CLET-3826-8A        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        111      LAB      Th        9:00AM      10:50AM
4295      CLET-3826-8B        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        111      LAB      Th        7:00AM       8:50AM
4297      CLET-3826-8C        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        201      LAB      T         7:00AM       8:50AM
4706      CLET-3826-8D        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        201      LAB      W         9:00AM      10:50AM
4707      CLET-3826-8E        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        111      LAB      W         7:00AM       8:50AM
6910      CLET-3826-8F        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        111      LAB      M         9:00AM      10:50AM
6911      CLET-3826-8G        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        111      LAB      M         7:00AM       8:50AM
6912      CLET-3826-8H        HEAD & NECK CLIN CASE INTEG                              ANXC        C1       LEC      W         2:00PM       2:50PM        4.00   L. Hansen       Y
                                                                                       ANXC        C2       LEC      Th        3:00PM       4:50PM
                                                                                       ANXB        201      LAB      W         9:00AM      10:50AM

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RADD 3512                          Sections A-H
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5747      RADD-3512-8A       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
5748      RADD-3512-8B       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     F        3:00PM        4:50PM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
5749      RADD-3512-8C       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     F        1:00PM        2:50PM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
5750      RADD-3512-8D       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
5751      RADD-3512-8E       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
6916      RADD-3512-8F       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
6917      RADD-3512-8G       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
6918      RADD-3512-8H       EXTRA SPINAL X-RAY POSITION        ANXB   121    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   S. Pannell   Y
RADD 3714                          Sections A-H
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5741      RADD-3714-8A       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     W        7:00AM        7:50AM
5742      RADD-3714-8B       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     M        9:00AM        9:50AM
5743      RADD-3714-8C       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     F       10:00AM       10:50AM
5744      RADD-3714-8D       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     Th      10:00AM       10:50AM
5745      RADD-3714-8E       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     F        1:00PM        1:50PM
6913      RADD-3714-8F       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     T        7:00AM        7:50AM
6914      RADD-3714-8G       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     Th       9:00AM        9:50AM
6915      RADD-3714-8H       SKELETAL RADIOLOGY D               ANXC   C2     LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.50   Dr. Fox      Y
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     F        9:00AM        9:50AM

TECH 3837                          Sections A,B,D (A is a double, B & D are set as multiple sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5208      TECH-3837-8A       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE I           ANXC   C1     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   Dr. Capes    Y
                                                                MOD    M-7B   LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
5209      TECH-3837-8B       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE I           ANXC   C1     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   Dr. Capes    Y
                                                                MOD    M-7B   LAB     Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
5211      TECH-3837-8D       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE I           ANXC   C1     LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   Dr. Capes    Y
                                                                MOD    M-7B   LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM




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                FOR DISCONTINUED CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS – See page 97
9th             Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5782      CLIN-3609-91       PRACTICUM - STUDENT CLINIC II                         MAIN         CCHOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   S. Sharkey
5759      CLIN-3701-91       9TH QTR OSCE TESTING (See page 12 for more info.)     ANXC         C1    LEC         T      11:00AM 12:50PM              0.00   Dr. Numeroff
                             (Lecture Meets Weeks 1 - 12-1pm. Weeks- 2 & 3 11-1pm) 1415         CHOP CLI          W(Testing Week 4)
                             Week 4 may have X-ray exam & 5-10 remediation as necessary
                             Confirm your Official Registration & Check ALL Your Prerequisites Carefully
5783      CLIN-3709-91       OUTPATIENT CLINIC ORIENTATION                          ANXC        127        LEC    W        1:00PM        2:50PM       1.00   Dr. Lavender
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS                 GYM        LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
5758      DIAG-3755-91       GERIATRIC DIAGNOSIS                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Librone
5946      PPBM-3509-91       PRACT & BUS MGMT V                                     ANXC        C1         LEC    Sa       8:00AM        4:50PM       0.90   B. Flannery
                             (Meets TBD - 8am -5pm only)
5760      PSYC-3605-91       CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY                                    ANXC        149        LEC    W        8:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. L. Rubin
5940      PUBH-3684-91       FUNCT RESTORATION & ACT CARE                           ANXC        149        LEC    F        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Mr. Ward
5761      RSCH-3601-91       RESEARCH METHODS & DESIGN                              ANXB        122        LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hoiriis


CLET            3828               Sections A-E
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5930      CLET-3828-9A       LUMBAR-PELVIC CLIN CASE INTEG                          ANXC        149        LEC    F       11:00AM        12:50PM      4.00   Dr. Kessel     Y
                                                                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        7:00AM         7:50AM
                                                                                    ANXC        154        LAB    M       11:00AM        12:50PM
5931      CLET-3828-9B       LUMBAR-PELVIC CLIN CASE INTEG                          ANXC        149        LEC    F       11:00AM        12:50PM      4.00   Dr. Kessel     Y
                                                                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        7:00AM         7:50AM
                                                                                    ANXB        106        LAB    M        7:00AM         8:50AM
5932      CLET-3828-9C       LUMBAR-PELVIC CLIN CASE INTEG                          ANXC        149        LEC    F       11:00AM        12:50PM      4.00   Dr. Kessel     Y
                                                                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        7:00AM         7:50AM
                                                                                    ANXB        106        LAB    F        7:00AM         8:50AM
5933      CLET-3828-9D       LUMBAR-PELVIC CLIN CASE INTEG                          ANXC        149        LEC    F       11:00AM        12:50PM      4.00   Dr. Kessel     Y
                                                                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        7:00AM         7:50AM
                                                                                    ANXB        106        LAB    M       11:00AM        12:50PM
5934      CLET-3828-9E       LUMBAR-PELVIC CLIN CASE INTEG                          ANXC        149        LEC    F       11:00AM        12:50PM      4.00   Dr. Kessel     Y
                                                                                    ANXC        149        LEC    T        7:00AM         7:50AM
                                                                                    ANXC        154        LAB    M        1:00PM         2:50PM

RADD 3717                          Sections A-E
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5941      RADD-3717-9A       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY A                                ANXC        152        LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                                    ANXC        113        LAB    M        4:00PM        4:50PM
5942      RADD-3717-9B       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY A                                ANXC        152        LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                                    ANXC        113        LAB    Th       2:00PM        2:50PM
5943      RADD-3717-9C       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY A                                ANXC        152        LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                                    ANXC        115        LAB    Th       8:00AM        8:50AM
5944      RADD-3717-9D       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY A                                ANXC        152        LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                                    ANXC        117        LAB    Th       7:00AM        7:50AM
5945      RADD-3717-9E       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY A                                ANXC        152        LEC    M        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.50   Dr. Fox        Y
                                                                                    ANXC        113        LAB    F        7:00AM        7:50AM

TECH 3838                          Sections A, B, E (Caps set for A, B, & E as double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5405      TECH-3838-9A       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE II                              ANXC        149        LEC    T        8:00AM         8:50AM      2.00   Dr. Capes      Y
                                                                                    MOD         M-7B       LAB    M        1:00PM         2:50PM
5406      TECH-3838-9B       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE II                              ANXC        149        LEC    T        8:00AM         8:50AM      2.00   Dr. Capes      Y
                                                                                    MOD         M-7A       LAB    M       11:00AM        12:50PM
5409      TECH-3838-9E       EXTRA SPINAL TECHNIQUE II                              ANXC        149        LEC    T        8:00AM         8:50AM      2.00   Dr. Capes      Y
                                                                                    MOD         M-7B       LAB    F        1:00PM         2:50PM

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TECH 3850                          Sections A-E
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5935      TECH-3850-9A       ADJUSTING SPECIAL POPULATIONS                             ANXC   127    LEC    T         3:00PM        4:50PM      3.00   Dr. Kinard      Y
                                                                                       ANXC   154    LAB    F         1:00PM        2:50PM
5936      TECH-3850-9B       ADJUSTING SPECIAL POPULATIONS                             ANXC   127    LEC    T         3:00PM        4:50PM      3.00   Dr. Kinard      Y
                                                                                       ANXC   154    LAB    Th        3:00PM        4:50PM
5937      TECH-3850-9C       ADJUSTING SPECIAL POPULATIONS                             ANXC   127    LEC    T         3:00PM        4:50PM      3.00   Dr. Kinard      Y
                                                                                       ANXC   154    LAB    M         3:00PM        4:50PM
5938      TECH-3850-9D       ADJUSTING SPECIAL POPULATIONS                             ANXC   127    LEC    T         3:00PM        4:50PM      3.00   Dr. Kinard      Y
                                                                                       ANXC   154    LAB    Th        1:00PM        2:50PM
5939      TECH-3850-9E       ADJUSTING SPECIAL POPULATIONS                             ANXC   127    LEC    T         3:00PM        4:50PM      3.00   Dr. Kinard      Y
                                                                                       ANXC   154    LAB    W         3:00PM        4:50PM




                 FOR DISCONTINUED CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS - See page 97
10th            Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only (For Elective Course Choices, See Schedules after 14th Qtr. & Clinic Recap Sections)
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6288      CLET-3835-A1       VISCERAL CLIN CASE INTEGRAT                    ANXC              C2     LEC    W        3:00PM        4:50PM       6.00   Dr. El Sangak   Y
                                                                            ANXC              149    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                            ANXC              149    LEC    T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5959      CLIN-3710-A1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP I                     1415              CHOP   CLI    OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   F. Schwitz
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS               GYM    LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch
4583      DIAG-3765-A1       PEDIATRIC DIAGNOSIS                            ANXC              149    LEC    Th       7:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   D. Rubin
5950      PUBH-3717-A1       CLINICAL NUTRITION DISORDERS                   ANXC              149    LEC    T        1:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Ms. Stephens
6131      PUBH-3725-A1       TOXICOLOGY & SUBSTANCE ABUSE                   ANXC              152    LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   Dr. Ravikumar


10th Quarter                 PPBM Practice Mgt Weekend Lecture Choices
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING -Remember you must complete 4 from the same Mgt Group (Waiting List or Masters’ Circle
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6920      PPBM-4611-WLP PRAC MGT I - WAIT LIST PRACT                            ANXC          TBA    LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery     Y
                                                                                ANXC
                             (Meets July 31 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 1 - 9a- 5p)             TBA    LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM
6919      PPBM-4624-TMC PRAC MGT IV - MASTERS CIRCLE                            ANXC          TBA    LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery     Y
                        (Meets August 21 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 22 - 9a- 5p) ANXC          TBA    LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM




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DIAG            4106               Sections A, B, D-F (B cap is set as a double section)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5813      DIAG-4106-AA       INTERGRATED DIAGNOSIS LAB          ANXC   147    LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM       1.00   T. Gooding   Y
5814      DIAG-4106-AB       INTERGRATED DIAGNOSIS LAB          ANXC   147    LAB     M        1:00PM        2:50PM       1.00   T. Gooding   Y
5816      DIAG-4106-AD       INTERGRATED DIAGNOSIS LAB          ANXC   154    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   T. Gooding   Y
5817      DIAG-4106-AE       INTERGRATED DIAGNOSIS LAB          ANXC   139    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   T. Gooding   Y
6504      DIAG-4106-AF       INTERGRATED DIAGNOSIS LAB          ANXC   154    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM       1.00   T. Gooding   Y

RADD 3701                          Sections A, C, E, F (All caps are set as a double sections)
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5551      RADD-3701-AA RADIOGRAPHIC QUALITY & CRIT              ANXC   149    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       1.00   Dr. Sheres   Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     F       11:00AM       11:50AM
5553      RADD-3701-AC       RADIOGRAPHIC QUALITY & CRIT        ANXC   149    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       1.00   Dr. Sheres   Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     F       12:00PM       12:50PM
5555      RADD-3701-AE       RADIOGRAPHIC QUALITY & CRIT        ANXC   149    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       1.00   Dr. Sheres   Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     Th       3:00PM        3:50PM
6501      RADD-3701-AF       RADIOGRAPHIC QUALITY & CRIT        ANXC   149    LEC     W        1:00PM        1:50PM       1.00   Dr. Sheres   Y
                                                                ANXC   115    LAB     Th       3:00PM        3:50PM

RADD 3718                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6125      RADD-3718-AA SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B                  ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     T        7:00AM        7:50AM
6126      RADD-3718-AB       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B            ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   113    LAB     F        8:00AM        8:50AM
6127      RADD-3718-AC       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B            ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     T        8:00AM        8:50AM
6128      RADD-3718-AD SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B                  ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     M        1:00PM        1:50PM
6129      RADD-3718-AE       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B            ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     M        2:00PM        2:50PM
6502      RADD-3718-AF       SOFT TISSUE RADIOLOGY B            ANXC   149    LEC     W        2:00PM        2:50PM       3.50   Dr. Fox
                                                                ANXC   149    LEC     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
                                                                ANXC   117    LAB     F       10:00AM       10:50AM

TECH 3812                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4577      TECH-3812-AA       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     M        1:00PM        2:50PM
4578      TECH-3812-AB       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
4579      TECH-3812-AC       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
5213      TECH-3812-AD       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     T        5:00PM        6:50PM
5214      TECH-3812-AE       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     F        7:00AM        8:50AM
6500      TECH-3812-AF       GONSTEAD TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   149    LEC     M        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Mullin   Y
                                                                ANXC   139    LAB     M        7:00AM        8:50AM

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                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




                FOR DISCONTINUED CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS – See page 97
11th            Quarter Classes With Lectures Only (For Elective Course Choices, See Schedules after 14th Qtr. & Clinic Recap Sections)
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6144      CLIN-4711-B1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP II                               1415   CHOP   CLI    OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   F. Schwitz     Y
5459      CPAP-1308-2A       NATL BD PREP PT. 2A                                       ANXC   C2     LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
5697      CPAP-2109-2B       NATL BD PREP PT. 2B                                       ANXC   C2     LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
4721      PPBM-4511-B1       PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING                                   ANXB   138    LEC    T        3:00PM        4:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kath
4724      PPBM-4763-B1       JURISPRUDENCE                                             ANXC   127    LEC    F        2:00PM        4:50PM       3.00   E. Nunnelley   Y
4722      PPBM-4773-B1       ETHICS & BOUNDARIES                                       ANXC   152    LEC    Th       9:00AM       10:50AM       2.00   M. Schneider   Y
6921      RADD-4820-B1       ADVANCED IMAGING                                          ANXC   127    LEC    W       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.00   I. Roug        Y
11th            Quarter            PPBM Practice Mgt Weekend Lecture Choices
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING -Remember you must complete 4 from the same Mgt Group (Waiting List or Masters’ Circle
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6920      PPBM-4611-WLP PRAC MGT I - WAIT LIST PRACT                            ANXC          TBA    LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery    Y
                                                                                ANXC
                             (Meets July 31 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 1 - 9a- 5p)             TBA    LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM
6919      PPBM-4624-TMC PRAC MGT IV - MASTERS CIRCLE                            ANXC          TBA    LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery    Y
                        (Meets August 21 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 22 - 9a- 5p) ANXC          TBA    LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM

ANLS 4720                    Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg   Room   Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4718      ANLS-4720-BA       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    M        2:00PM        3:50PM
4719      ANLS-4720-BB       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    T        1:00PM        2:50PM
4720      ANLS-4720-BC       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    W        1:00PM        2:50PM
5414      ANLS-4720-BD       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    T        9:00AM       10:50AM
5418      ANLS-4720-BE       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
6606      ANLS-4720-BF       ADVANCED INSTRUMENTATION                                  ANXC   125    LEC    M        1:00PM        1:50PM       2.00   S. Esposito    Y
                                                                                       ANXC   155    LAB    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM



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                                               DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009
CLET            4840               Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4712      CLET-4840-BA       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
4713      CLET-4840-BB       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXB   202    LAB     W        1:00PM        2:50PM
4714      CLET-4840-BC       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXC   154    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
5416      CLET-4840-BD       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXB   202    LAB     W        9:00AM       10:50AM
5417      CLET-4840-BE       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     T        1:00PM        2:50PM
6601      CLET-4840-BF       EXTREMITY CLIN CASE INTEGRAT       ANXC   127    LEC     M        9:00AM        9:50AM       4.00   T. Gooding    Y
                                                                ANXC   152    LEC     F       11:00AM       12:50PM
                                                                ANXC   147    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM

PUBH 4747                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

4715      PUBH-4747-BA       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     T        7:00AM        8:50AM
4716      PUBH-4747-BB       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM
4717      PUBH-4747-BC       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
5415      PUBH-4747-BD       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     T        1:00PM        2:50PM
5419      PUBH-4747-BE       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     M        3:00PM        4:50PM
6604      PUBH-4747-BF       OB/GYN/PROCT                       ANXC   152    LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       5.00   J. Schar      Y
                                                                ANXC   C2     LEC     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
                                                                ANXB   115    LAB     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM

TECH 4822                          Sections A-F
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                       Bldg   Room   Meth    Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5766      TECH-4822-BA       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     Th       1:00PM        2:50PM
5767      TECH-4822-BB       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     Th       7:00AM        8:50AM
5768      TECH-4822-BC       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     T        1:00PM        2:50PM
5769      TECH-4822-BD       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
5770      TECH-4822-BE       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     T        9:00AM       10:50AM
6602      TECH-4822-BF       THOMPSON TECHNIQUE                 ANXC   127    LEC     M        8:00AM        8:50AM       2.00   Dr. Hochman   Y
                                                                ANXB   109    LAB     W        7:00AM        8:50AM

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                                                        DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




     DISCONTINUED CLINIC & RESEARCH COURSE OFFERINGS – See page 97
12th     Quarter Classes With Lectures Only (For Elective Course Choices, See Schedules after 14th Qtr. & Clinic Recap Sections)
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5000      CLET-4862-CA       ADVANCED CLIN CASE INTEG I                            ANXB         122        LEC    M       10:00AM       10:50AM       4.00   M. McCoy       Y
                                                                                   ANXB         122        LEC    W        7:00AM        8:50AM
                                                                                   ANXC         152        LAB    T        1:00PM        2:50PM
6291      CLIN-4712-C1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP III                          1415         CHOP       CLI    OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   F. Schwitz     Y
6145      CLIN-4801-C1       OSCE EXAM II                                          ANXC         C1         LEC    T      11:00AM 12:50PM              0.00   Dr. Numeroff
                             (Lecture Meets Weeks 1 - 12-1pm. Weeks- 2 & 3 11-1pm) 1415         CHOP       CLI    W(Testing Week 4)
                             Week 4 may have X-ray exam & 5-10 remediation as necessary
                             Confirm your Official Registration & Check ALL Your Prerequisites Carefully

5459      CPAP-1308-2A       NATL BD PREP PT. 2A                                    ANXC        C2         LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
5697      CPAP-2109-2B       NATL BD PREP PT. 2B                                    ANXC        C2         LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   Dr. Romfh
5007      CPAP-4725-C1       ADVANCED WELLNESS                                      ANXC        125        LEC    F        1:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kirk
5006      PPBM-4520-C1       SMALL BUSINESS MANAGEMENT                              ANXB        122        LEC    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kath
5423      PPBM-4522-C1       LEADERSHIP & TEAM BUILDING                             ANXB        122        LEC    Th       5:00PM        6:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kath
6921      RADD-4820-B1       ADVANCED IMAGING                                       ANXC        127        LEC    W       11:00AM       12:50PM       2.00   I. Roug


12th            Quarter            PPBM Practice Mgt Weekend Lecture Choices
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING -Remember you must complete 4 from the same Mgt Group (Waiting List or Masters’ Circle
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6920      PPBM-4611-WLP PRAC MGT I - WAIT LIST PRACT                            ANXC            TBA        LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery    Y
                        (Meets July 31 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 1 - 9a- 5p)    ANXC            TBA        LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM
6919      PPBM-4624-TMC PRAC MGT IV - MASTERS CIRCLE                            ANXC            TBA        LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery    Y
                        (Meets August 21 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 22 - 9a- 5p) ANXC            TBA        LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM

TECH 4841                          Sections A-E
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                           Bldg        Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5003      TECH-4841-CA       SACRO-OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE                              ANXB        122        LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Hochman    Y
                                                                                    ANXB        111        LAB    M        1:00PM        2:50PM
5004      TECH-4841-CB       SACRO-OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE                              ANXB        122        LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Hochman    Y
                                                                                    ANXB        111        LAB    F        9:00AM       10:50AM
5005      TECH-4841-CC       SACRO-OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE                              ANXB        122        LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Hochman    Y
                                                                                    ANXB        111        LAB    T        9:00AM       10:50AM
5559      TECH-4841-CD       SACRO-OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE                              ANXB        122        LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Hochman    Y
                                                                                    ANXB        111        LAB    M       11:00AM       12:50PM
6146      TECH-4841-CE       SACRO-OCCIPITAL TECHNIQUE                              ANXB        122        LEC    W        9:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Hochman    Y
                                                                                    ANXB        111        LAB    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM


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                              COLLEGE OF CHIROPRACTIC – DCP SCHEDULING
                                                          DCP Course Schedules For Summer 2009




                FOR DISCONTINUED CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS – See page 97
13th            Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only (For Elective Course Choices, See Schedules after 14th Qtr. & Clinic Recap Sections)
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5226      CLET-4870-D1       ADVANCED CLIN CASE INTEG II                    ANXC                   C2       LEC    Th       8:00AM       10:50AM       3.00   Dr. Kessel    Y
5422      CLET-4874-D1       ADVANCED CLIN CASE TOPICS                      ANXB                   122      LEC    T        9:00AM       10:50AM       1.00   M. McCoy      Y
4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS                    GYM      LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch       Y
5230      PPBM-4550-D1       ENTRPRENEURSHIP & NEW VENTURE                  ANXB                   122      LEC    T        5:00PM        6:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kath      Y
5229      RSCH-4801-D1       SR. RESEARCH PRESENTATION                      ANXB                   122      LEC    T        7:00AM        8:50AM       1.00   M. McCoy      Y


13th            Quarter            PPBM Practice Mgt Weekend Lecture Choices
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING -Remember you must complete 4 from the same Mgt Group (Waiting List or Masters’ Circle
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6920      PPBM-4611-WLP PRAC MGT I - WAIT LIST PRACT                            ANXC               TBA      LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery   Y
                                                                                ANXC
                             (Meets July 31 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 1 - 9a- 5p)                  TBA      LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM
6919      PPBM-4624-TMC PRAC MGT IV - MASTERS CIRCLE                            ANXC               TBA      LEC    F        5:30PM         8:30PM      1.00   B. Flannery   Y
                        (Meets August 21 - 5:30 - 8:30 pm & August 22 - 9a- 5p) ANXC               TBA      LEC    Sa       9:00AM         5:00PM



CLIN            4813 / 5833 All Sections have Prerequisites; *Requires Permission to Register
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AND HAVE APPROPRIATEDIRECTOR'S CONSENT
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                              Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

6508      CLIN-4813-D1       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM I                                1415        CHOP CLI        OPEN PRACTICUM             7.00     F. Schwitz           Y
6509      CLIN-4813-DO       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM I                                                 CLI
                                                                                       See Dr. Mirtschink          OUTREACH PRACTICUM 7.00             F. Schwitz           Y
6510      CLIN-4813-DP       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM I                                See Dr. Markham      CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM7.00 F. Schwitz                 Y
6511      CLIN-4813-DS       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM I                                See Dr. Downes       CLI    SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM7.00 F. Schwitz                   Y
6614      CLIN-5833-XO       LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC ELEC                             See Dr. Mirtschink   CLI    OUTREACH PRACTICUM12.00             T. Gross             Y
6299      CLIN-5833-XP       LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC ELEC                             See Dr. Markham      CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM12.00F. Schwitz                 Y



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TECH 4861                          Sections A-E
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING SECTIONS (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

5223      TECH-4861-DA       TECHNIQUE REVIEW                              ANXC        108      LEC    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe   Y
                                                                           ANXC        139      LAB    T        1:00PM        2:50PM
5224      TECH-4861-DB       TECHNIQUE REVIEW                              ANXC        108      LEC    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe   Y
                                                                           ANXC        139      LAB    T        3:00PM        4:50PM
5225      TECH-4861-DC       TECHNIQUE REVIEW                              ANXC        108      LEC    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe   Y
                                                                           ANXC        139      LAB    Th       3:00PM        4:50PM
6296      TECH-4861-DD       TECHNIQUE REVIEW                              ANXC        108      LEC    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe   Y
                                                                           ANXC        139      LAB    M       11:00AM       12:50PM
6297      TECH-4861-DE       TECHNIQUE REVIEW                              ANXC        108      LEC    Th       1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00   Dr. Krothe   Y
                                                                           ANXC        139      LAB    W        9:00AM       10:50AM


14th            Quarter            Classes With Lectures Only (For Elective Course Choices, See Schedules after 14th Qtr. & Clinic Recap Sections)
SELECT THE FOLLOWING LECTURE ONLY CLASSES – Register also on Blackboard for CPAP 1500 by last name initial A-L or M-Z
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.


4673      CPAP-1500-TH       CHIROPRACTIC ASSEMBLY (Reg on Blackboard also) SHS        GYM      LEC    Th      11:00AM       11:50AM       0.00   D. Koch




CLIN            4814 /4834 All Sections have Prerequisites; *Requires Permission to Register
SELECT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING AND HAVE APPROPRIATEDIRECTOR'S CONSENT
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.


6525      CLIN-4814-E1       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM II                   1415        CHOP CLI        OPEN PRACTICUM         7.00   F. Schwitz                Y
6526      CLIN-4814-EO       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM II                                    CLI
                                                                           See Dr. Mirtschink          OUTREACH PRACTICUM 7.00       F. Schwitz                Y
6527      CLIN-4814-EP       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM II                   See Dr. Markham      CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM7.00 F. Schwitz                Y
6528      CLIN-4814-ES       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM II                   See Dr. Downes       CLI    SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM7.00 F. Schwitz                  Y

6613      CLIN-4834-EO       LVL III OP IMMERSION CLINIC                   See Dr. Mirtschink   CLI    OUTREACH PRACTICUM12.00      F. Schwitz                 Y
6610      CLIN-4834-EP       LVL III OP IMMERSION CLINIC                   See Dr. Markham      CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM12.00F. Schwitz                Y

DISCONTINUED ACADEMIC COURSE OFFERINGS
SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING IF YOU NEED TO TAKE OR REPEAT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING - (Have Question -See Registrar ASAP)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                  Bldg        Room     Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.


6711      ANAT-2306-X0       ORGANOGENESIS                                 ANXC        C1       LEC    M      11:00 a.m. 12:50 p.m.       2.00    Dr. Cane
                                                                           ANXC        125      LEC    W       1:00 p.m. 2:50 p.m.

3605      RSCH-4301-C1       INTRO. TO RESEARCH METHODS                    ANXC        149      LEC    T          3:00PM        4:50PM     2      Russell




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                                            CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS
                                      Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information
                NEW CLINIC NUMBERING SYSTEM, CLASSES AND PRACTICUMS
                        For Interns With Appropriate Prerequisites & Started DCP Eff. Fall 2005 (Or Equivalent)
            SELECT APPROPRIATE CLINIC CLASS AND/OR HAVE APPROVAL * FOR THE OTHER SECTIONS

Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                                             Bldg         Room       Meth   Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.    Instructor Ck Req.

3332      CLIN-5600-X0       CLINIC ENTRY / RE-ENTRY EXAM                             See Dr. Lavender To be taken Week 1 or 10                         0.00   Dr. Lavender    Y
5897      CLIN-1501-11       CLINICAL PATIENT EXPERIENCE I                            MAIN         CCHOP LAB         T        7:00 a.m.     8:50 a.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor
                             (LEC Meets Week 1 only, Clinic Week 3)                   ANXC         127        LEC    T        5:00 p.m.     6:50 p.m.
4540      CLIN-1502-2A       CLIN PATIENT EXPERIENCE II (Meets Weeks 1-3)             ANXC         149        LAB    M       11:00 a.m. 11:50 a.m.      0.00   Dr. Pryor
4934      CLIN-1502-2B       CLIN PATIENT EXPERIENCE II (Meets Weeks 1-3)             ANXC         149        LAB    W       11:00 a.m. 11:50 a.m.      0.00   Dr. Pryor

4691      CLIN-1503-3A       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    T      11:00 a.m.     11:50 a.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4943      CLIN-1503-3B       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    W      11:00 a.m.     11:50 a.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4944      CLIN-1503-3C       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    M      11:00 a.m.     11:50 a.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4945      CLIN-1503-3D       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    W      12:00 p.m.     12:50 p.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4946      CLIN-1503-3E       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    F       5:00 p.m.      5:50 p.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4947      CLIN-1503-3F       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION I                               MAIN         CCHOP      LAB    T      12:00 p.m.     12:50 p.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
4970      CLIN-2504-41       CLIN PATIENT OBSERVATION II                              Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information                0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
5170      CLIN-2505-51       CLIN RECORDING HX & CHIRO I                              ANXC         C1         LEC    T        7:00 a.m.     8:50 a.m.   0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
                             (LEC Meets Weeks 1-4 Only)

5375      CLIN-2506-61       CLIN RECORDING HX & CHIRO II                             Go to Blackboard, enroll in course for information                0.00   Dr. Pryor       Y
5384      CLIN-3507-71       STUDENT CLINIC ORIENTATION                               ANXC         C2         LEC    T        1:00 p.m.     2:50 p.m.   1.00   Dr. Sharkey     Y
                             Must complete CPR in order to pass this class. See location info on pages 6-7)

5546      CLIN-3608-81       PRACTICUM - STUDENT CLINIC I                             MAIN         CCHOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                     3.00   Dr. Sharkey     Y
5782      CLIN-3609-91       PRACTICUM - STUDENT CLINIC II                          MAIN        CCHOP CLI            OPEN PRACTICUM                     3.00   Dr. Sharkey     Y
5759      CLIN-3701-91       9TH QTR OSCE TESTING (See page 12 for more info.) ANXC             C1       LEC         T       11:00 a.m. 12:50 p.m.      0.00   Dr. Numeroff    Y
                             (Lecture Meets Weeks 1 - 12-1pm. Weeks- 2 & 3 11-1pm) 1415         CHOP CLI             W      (Testing Week 4)
                             Week 4 may have X-ray exam & 5-10 remediation as necessary
                             Confirm your Official Registration & Check ALL Your Prerequisites Carefully
5783      CLIN-3709-91       OUTPATIENT CLINIC ORIENTATION                            ANXC         127        LEC    W        1:00 p.m.     2:50 p.m.   1.00   Dr. Lavender    Y
5959      CLIN-3710-A1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP I                               1415         CHOP       CLI    OPEN PRACTICUM                     3.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6144      CLIN-4711-B1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP II                              1415         CHOP       CLI    OPEN PRACTICUM                     3.00   F. Schwitz      Y
(If you qualify for 11th qtr. OSCE check with the Registrar’s Office to confirm eligibility – See Next page)
6291      CLIN-4712-C1       JR. LEVEL PRACTICUM - OP III                           1415      CHOP CLI               OPEN PRACTICUM                     3.00    F. Schwitz     Y
6145      CLIN-4801-C1       OSCE EXAM II                                           ANXC      C1       LEC           T    11:00 a.m. 12:50 p.m.         0      Dr. Numeroff,   Y
                             (Lecture Meets Weeks 1 - 12-1pm. Weeks- 2 & 3 11-1pm) 1415       CHOP CLI               W (Testing Week 4)
                             Week 4 may have X-ray exam & 5-10 remediation as necessary
                             Confirm your Official Registration & Check ALL Your Prerequisites Carefully

6508      CLIN-4813-D1       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM I                               1415         CHOP CLI          OPEN PRACTICUM                     7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6509      CLIN-4813-DO       LVL III PRACT I - OUTREACH                               See Dr. MirtschinkCLI          OUTREACH PRACTICUM                 7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6510      CLIN-4813-DP       LVL III - PRACT I - PEAK                                 See Dr. Markham         CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM          7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6511      CLIN-4813-DS       LVL III - PRACT I - SPORT                                See Dr. Downes          CLI    SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM            7.00   F. Schwitz      Y

6525      CLIN-4814-E1       LVL III CLINIC PRACTICUM II                              1415         CHOP CLI          OPEN PRACTICUM                     7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6526      CLIN-4814-EO       LVL III CLIN PRACT II - OUTRE                            See Dr. MirtschinkCLI          OUTREACH PRACTICUM                 7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6527      CLIN-4814-EP       LVL III CLIN PRAC II-PEAK                                See Dr. Markham         CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM          7.00   F. Schwitz      Y
6528      CLIN-4814-ES       LVL III CLIN PRAC II-SPORT*                              See Dr. Downes          CLI    SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM            7.00   F. Schwitz      Y

6613      CLIN-4834-EO       LVL III OP IMMERS CLIN - OUTR                            See Dr. Mirtschink      CLI    OUTREACH PRACTICUM        12.00           F. Schwitz      Y
6610      CLIN-4834-EP       LVL III OP IMMERS CLIN - PEAK                            See Dr. Markham         CLI    P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM 12.00           F. Schwitz      Y




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                                                       CLINIC ELECTIVES
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                             Bldg        Room     Meth     Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

3332      CLIN-5600-X0       CLINIC ENTRY/RE-ENTRY EXAM               1415        CHOP See Dr. LavenderTo be taken Week 1 or 10         0.00   Dr. Lavender


5960      CLIN-5700-X0       STUDENT CLINIC ELECTIVE                  MAIN        CCHOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                      0.00   F. Schwitz     Y
6854      CLIN-5700-XT       STUDENT CLINIC ELECTIVE                  MAIN        CCHOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                      0.00   F. Schwitz     Y

6505      CLIN-5800-X0       OUTPATIENT CLINIC ELECTIVE               1415        CHOP CLI          OPEN PRACTICUM                      0.00   F. Schwitz     Y
6855      CLIN-5800-XT       OUTPATIENT CLINIC ELECTIVE               1415        CHOP CLI          OPEN PRACTICUM                      0.00   F. Schwitz     Y

6614      CLIN-5833-XO       LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC ELEC            See Dr. Mirtschink    CLI     OUTREACH PRACTICUM                 12.00   T. Gross       Y
6299      CLIN-5833-XP       LVL III IMMERSION CLINIC ELEC            See Dr. Markham       CLI     P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM          12.00   F. Schwitz     Y

6301      CLIN-5854-XCH LVL III INTERNATIONAL CLINIC                  See Caroline Anderson CHINA    International Practicum           12.00   F. Schwitz     Y
6706      CLIN-5854-XGH LVL III INTERNATIONAL CLINIC                  See Caroline Anderson GHANA International Practicum              12.00   F. Schwitz     Y


                     PREVIOUS NUMBERING SYSTEM AND PRACTICUMS
                   For Interns With Appropriate Prerequisites & Started DCP Prior To Fall 2005 (Or Equiv.)
                                   (See Registrar’s Office if there are any eligibility questions.)
             SELECT APPROPRIATE CLINIC CLASS AND/OR HAVE APPROVAL* FOR THE OTHER SECTIONS

 DISCONTINUED CLINIC COURSE OFFERINGS
 SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING IF YOU NEED TO TAKE OR REPEAT ONE OF THE FOLLOWING - (Have Question -See Registrar ASAP)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                             Bldg        Room     Meth     Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

3341      CLIN-3309-91       PRACTICUM-9TH QUARTER                    1415        CHOP      CLI     OPEN PRACTICUM                      4.00   F. Schwitz     Y
3345      CLIN-4110-A1       PRACTICUM-10TH QUARTER                   1415        CHOP      CLI     OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   F. Schwitz     Y
3349      CLIN-4211-B1       PRACTICUM-11TH QUARTER                   1415        CHOP      CLI     OPEN PRACTICUM                      3.00   F. Schwitz     Y

CLIN 4212 WILL NOT BE OFFERED AFTER WINTER 2009 THIS OSCE WILL ONLY BE OFFERED AS CLIN 4801
         This will include newly eligible students as well as those whom need to repeat CLIN 4212after Winter 2009

3350      CLIN-4312-C1       PRACTICUM-12TH QUARTER                   1415        C-HOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                      3      F. Schwitz     Y
5436      CLIN-4312-CO       PRACTICUM-12TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Mirtschink    CLI     OUTREACH PRACTICUM                  3      F. Schwitz     Y
5435      CLIN-4312-CP       PRACTICUM-12TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Markham       CLI     P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM           3      F. Schwitz     Y
5809      CLIN-4312-CS       PRACTICUM-12TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Downes        CLI     SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM             3      F. Schwitz     Y
3354      CLIN-5113-D1       PRACTICUM-13TH QUARTER                   1415        C-HOP CLI         OPEN PRACTICUM                      7      F. Schwitz     Y
5438      CLIN-5113-DO       PRACTICUM-13TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Dr. Mirtschink CLI    OUTREACH PRACTICUM                  7      F. Schwitz     Y
5437      CLIN-5113-DP       PRACTICUM-13TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Markham       CLI     P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM           7      F. Schwitz     Y
5810      CLIN-5113-DS       PRACTICUM-13TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Downes        CLI     SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM             7      F. Schwitz     Y

3357      CLIN-5214-E1       PRACTICUM-14TH QUARTER                   1415        C-HOP             CLIOPEN PRACTICUM                   7      F. Schwitz     Y
5440      CLIN-5214-EO       PRACTICUM-14TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Dr. Mirtschink CLI    OUTREACH PRACTICUM                  7      F. Schwitz     Y
5439      CLIN-5214-EP       PRACTICUM-14TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Markham       CLI     P.E.A.K. OFFICE PRACTICUM           7      F. Schwitz     Y
5811      CLIN-5214-ES       PRACTICUM-14TH QUARTER                   See Dr. Downes        CLI     SPORTS CLINIC PRACTICUM             7      F. Schwitz     Y




                                        ELECTIVE COURSE OFFERINGS
                          SELECT FROM THE FOLLOWING COURSES (IF CLOSED SELECT ANOTHER)
Crse Code Course # & Section Course Title                             Bldg        Room     Meth     Days   Class Starts   Class Ends   Cr.     Instructor Ck Req.

                                                       (For Clinic Electives see above)

6243      DIAG-5650-X0       ORTHOPEDIC EVAL LOWER BODY               SHS         160       LEC     TTh       5:00PM        6:50PM      4.00   Dr. Brubaker   Y

6923      DIAG-5841-XA       NEURO BASIS OF BEHAV DISORDRS            ANXC        108       LEC     M       11:00AM       12:50PM       3.00   Dr. Amos       Y
                                                                      ANXC        154       LAB     F        9:00AM       10:50AM
6515      PPBM-5700-X0       PRACTICE MANAGEMENT                      ANXC        108       LEC     M        1:00PM        2:50PM       2.00   Dr. Kessel     Y


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6218   PUBH-5541-XA   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      M         7:00AM        8:50AM
6224   PUBH-5541-XB   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      M        11:00AM       12:50PM
6225   PUBH-5541-XC   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      M         1:00PM        2:50PM
6226   PUBH-5541-XD   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      T         7:00AM        8:50AM
6227   PUBH-5541-XE   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      T         9:00AM       10:50AM
6228   PUBH-5541-XF   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      W         7:00AM        8:50AM
6229   PUBH-5541-XG   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      W        11:00AM       12:50PM
6230   PUBH-5541-XH   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      W         1:00PM        2:50PM
6231   PUBH-5541-XI   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      T        11:00AM       12:50PM
6232   PUBH-5541-XJ   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      F         7:00AM        8:50AM
6233   PUBH-5541-XK   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      W         3:00PM        4:50PM
6234   PUBH-5541-XL   PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO         ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      Th        5:00PM        6:50PM
6925   PUBH-5541-XM PHYSIO THERAPEUTIC - ADJ PRO           ANXC   C2    LEC      M         3:00PM        5:50PM        3.00     Mr. Ward          Y
                                                           SHS    272   LAB      F         9:00AM       10:50AM
3478   PUBH-5545-X0   PHYSIO-THERAPEUTICS PRACTICUM        1415   CHOP CLI       30 PT Encounters ( for Cal & Ohio)    0.00                 Y
                                                                                                                                Dr. Haezebrouck

6708   PUBH-5850-X0   PHYSIO-THERAPEUTICS ADV. PRACTICUM   1415   CHOP CLI       150 hrs with 30 PT Encounters         0.00 Dr. Haezebrouck Y
                                                                                 (For Maryland & can be used for Cal or Ohio)

6768   PUBH-5600-X2   EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY                  SHS    160   LEC      MTWTh 9:00AM           10:50AM        4.00     Y. Lim            Y
                      (2nd 5 Weeks only)

6624   PUBH-5648-X0   THERAPEUTIC EXERCISE                 SHS    160   LEC      TTh        1:00PM        2:50PM       4.00     Dr. Brubaker      Y

6627   TECH-5658-X0   ARTHROKIN & PROPRIO: UPPER EXT       SHS    245   LEC      M        11:00AM       12:50PM        4.00     Dr. Rau           Y
                                                           SHS    245   LEC      W        11:00AM       11:50AM
                                                           SHS    245   LAB      W        12:00PM        1:50PM
6308   TECH-5801-XA   ATLAS ORTHOSPIN TECH                 ANXC   115   LEC      T          1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00     R. Sweat
                                                           ANXC   115   LAB      Th         1:00PM        2:50PM

6304   TECH-5817-XA   ACTIVATOR                            ANXC   125   LEC      W        11:00AM       12:50PM        3.00     Dr. Huber         Y
                                                           ANXB   108   LAB      T         1:00PM        2:50PM
6305   TECH-5817-XB   ACTIVATOR                            ANXC   125   LEC      W        11:00AM       12:50PM        3.00     Dr. Huber         Y
                                                           ANXB   108   LAB      T         7:00AM        8:50AM
6306   TECH-5817-XC   ACTIVATOR                            ANXC   125   LEC      W        11:00AM       12:50PM        3.00     Dr. Huber         Y
                                                           ANXB   108   LAB      T         9:00AM       10:50AM
6307   TECH-5817-XD   ACTIVATOR                            ANXC   125   LEC      W        11:00AM       12:50PM        3.00     Dr. Huber         Y
                                                           ANXB   108   LAB      F        11:00AM       12:50PM
6330   TECH-5817-XE   ACTIVATOR                            ANXC   125   LEC      W        11:00AM       12:50PM        3.00     Dr. Huber         Y
                                                           ANXB   108   LAB      W         9:00AM       10:50AM

5432   TECH-5823-XA   ADVANCED THOMPSON                    ANXB   109   LAB      W          3:00PM        4:50PM       1.00     Dr. Nudelman      Y
5448   TECH-5823-XB   ADVANCED THOMPSON                    ANXB   109   LAB      W          1:00PM        2:50PM       1.00     Dr. Nudelman      Y
6311   TECH-5823-XC   ADVANCED THOMPSON                    ANXB   109   LAB      F          1:00PM        2:50PM       1.00     Dr. Nudelman      Y
6309   TECH-5831-XA   CBP (CHIRO BIO PHYSICS)              ANXB   138   LEC      T          1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00     A. Cardwell       Y
                                                           ANXB   201   LAB      Th         1:00PM        2:50PM
6310   TECH-5831-XB   CBP (CHIRO BIO PHYSICS)              ANXB   138   LEC      T          1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00     A. Cardwell       Y
                                                           ANXB   201   LAB      T          3:00PM        4:50PM
6924   TECH-5831-XC   CBP (CHIRO BIO PHYSICS)              ANXB   138   LEC      T          1:00PM        2:50PM       3.00     A. Cardwell       Y
                                                           ANXB   201   LAB      Th         3:00PM        4:50PM

5433   TECH-5835-XA   INTRO TO APPLIED KINESIOLOGY         ANXB   122   LEC      W         1:00PM        2:50PM        3.00     C. Amodio         Y
                                                           ANXB   111   LAB      W         3:00PM        4:50PM
6161   TECH-5835-XB   INTRO TO APPLIED KINESIOLOGY         ANXB   122   LEC      W         1:00PM        2:50PM        3.00     C. Amodio         Y
                                                           ANXB   111   LAB      W        11:00AM       12:50PM

6151   TECH-5870-XA   COX FLEXION DISTRACTION TECH         ANXC   108   LEC      Th         3:00PM        4:50PM       3.00     S. Garber
                                                           ANXC   139   LAB      Th         5:00PM        6:50PM
6517   TECH-5870-XB   COX FLEXION DISTRACTION TECH         ANXC   108   LEC      Th         3:00PM        4:50PM       3.00     Garber
                                                           ANXC   139   LAB      Th         1:00PM        2:50PM



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