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Admission Information.......................................................page 5                                                 UndergradUate CoUrses
Application Fee .....................................................................page 5              Bonnie and L. B. Eckelkamp College of Global
                                                                                                           Business and Professional Studies ..............................page 17
Student Request for Application......................................page 5
                                                                                                         Behavioral Sciences ..............................................................page 21
Registration Dates ................................................................page 5                     Applied Sociology, Psychology
Final Registration .................................................................page 5               Biological and Physical Sciences.......................................page 22
                                                                                                              Biology, Biotechnology, Chemistry,
Registration Procedures......................................................page 6
                                                                                                              Physical Sciences
Changes & Withdrawal Deadlines ..................................page 6                                  Communication Disorders and Deaf Education .........page 24
University Expenses .............................................................page 6                       Speech-Language Pathology, Deaf Education
                                                                                                         Education/Special Education ............................................page 27
Room and Board....................................................................page 6
                                                                                                              Human Services, Social Work
Tuition Discounts..................................................................page 7                English and Communication ............................................page 33
       Alumni Tuition Discounts, Persons 60                                                                   Broadcasting, Communication Studies,
                                                                                                              English, Foreign Language, Intensive English
       and Older, Educator’s Discount, Audit
                                                                                                         Fine Arts ..................................................................................page 37
Fees ...........................................................................................page 7        Art, Music, Performing Arts
Payment of Accounts ...........................................................page 8                    History, Philosophy, and Religion .....................................page 40
                                                                                                              Geography, Government, History, Philosophy,
Refunds ....................................................................................page 8
                                                                                                              Religion, Social Sciences
OPTIONS Program .................................................................page 9                  Honors......................................................................................page 42
Student Services ...................................................................page 9               Human Environmental Sciences ......................................page 43
                                                                                                              Dietetics, Early Childhood, Fashion
Family Education Rights and.............................................page 10
                                                                                                              Merchandising, Family and Consumer
       Privacy Act Policy (FERPA)                                                                             Sciences
Faculty Unannounced Absence Policy ............................page 10                                   Interdisciplinary Studies ....................................................page 46
                                                                                                         Mathematics and Computer Science .............................page 47
Online Course Information................................................page 10
                                                                                                         Social Work .............................................................................page 49
Exam Schedule ......................................................................page 11              First Eight Week Courses ....................................................page 51
Student E-mail Addresses ..................................................page 11                       Second Eight Week Courses ...............................................page 53
                                                                                                         Online Courses ......................................................................page 56
Key to Course Guide and Class Locations ......................page 12
                                                                                                         Military Science Courses ....................................................page 60
Campus Services ...................................................................page 13                    at Washington University
Academic Calendar ..............................................................page 14
Snow Schedule ......................................................................page 15
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Closures and Online Courses ............................................page 16                            Business and Professional Studies ..............................page 20
Campus Map and Directory ..............................................page 62                               Accounting
                                                                                                         Communication Disorders and Deaf Education .........page 25
                                                                                                             Early Intervention in Deaf Education,
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                                                                                                         Education/Special Education ............................................page 31
                                                                                                         Fine Arts ..................................................................................page 39
                                                                                                             Performing Arts, Theatre Education
                                                                                                         Human Environmental Sciences ......................................page 45
                                                                                                             Family and Consumer Sciences
                                                                                                         Mathematics/Computer Science .....................................page 48
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Mission stateMent                                                    • Build or strengthen alliances with individuals and
                                                                       organizations that are bringing about positive
Fontbonne University, a Catholic coeducational institution
                                                                       changes in the global community.
of higher learning sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of
                                                                     • Graduate students who will be distinguished by
Carondelet, is rooted in the Judeo-Christian tradition. The
                                                                       their appreciation of learning and the arts, their
university is dedicated to the discovery, understanding,
                                                                       social conscience, and their ability to reflect,
preservation and dissemination of truth. Undergraduate
                                                                       communicate and act.
and graduate programs are offered in an atmosphere
characterized by a commitment to open communication,
personal concern and diversity. Fontbonne University seeks
to educate students to think critically, to act ethically and to
                                                                   stateMent of CatholiC identity
                                                                   Fontbonne affirms its identity as a Catholic university.
assume responsibility as citizens and leaders.
                                                                   Sponsored by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet, it is
ValUes stateMent                                                   founded on the beliefs that all creation reveals God, that
                                                                   the ministry of Jesus began a process of redemption that
Fontbonne University honors the values and heritage of the
                                                                   extends to this day, and that the Holy Spirit continues to
Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet by fostering excellence,
                                                                   impart grace through the daily experiences of women and
integrity, respect, diversity, community, justice, service,
                                                                   men. Among the many signs of God’s grace are teaching
faith and Catholic identity.
                                                                   and learning, which at Fontbonne are pursued by people
                                                                   sharing a variety of religious beliefs and an understanding
CoMMitMent stateMent                                               of the importance of education.
Fontbonne University is committed to:
                                                                   “Catholic” means “universal” and “throughout the whole,”
  1. Achieving academic and educational excellence
                                                                   like leaven permeating bread. The permeating quality
  2. Advancing historical remembrance, critical reflection
                                                                   of Fontbonne is our commitment to know, to love, and to
     and moral resolve
                                                                   serve the truth that unites faith and reason, nature and
  3. Promoting dialogue among diverse communities
                                                                   grace, the human and the divine. The desire for a greater
  4. Demonstrating care and respect for each member of
                                                                   understanding of creation and its Creator is one of the
     the community
                                                                   most profound expressions of human dignity. In this sense,
  5. Serving the larger community
                                                                   to learn is to augment one’s capacity for love so that the
  6. Preparing individuals to be an ethical and responsible
                                                                   thoughtful and loving acts of an educated person are a
     presence to the world
                                                                   witness to the transformation of the world that began
                                                                   with the Resurrection and continues with the enlivening of
Vision stateMent                                                   humanity. What makes us truly human helps to unite us
                                                                   with the divine as we seek to understand, love, and serve
Fontbonne University aspires to be acknowledged as one
                                                                   God and neighbor without distinction.
of the nation’s premier Catholic universities, educating
leaders to serve a world in need.
                                                                   The permeating and universal nature of Catholicism
We will
                                                                   gives rise to the mission and vision of this university.
  • Be known for a synthesis of liberal and professional
                                                                   Because Fontbonne is Catholic, we embrace openness and
     education that promotes life-long learning and that
                                                                   inclusiveness. Because Fontbonne is Catholic, we pursue
     enables students to see themselves as part of a diverse
                                                                   educational excellence. And because Fontbonne is Catholic,
     and changing world.
                                                                   we seek to recognize the presence of God in all creation
  • Work together to develop academic programs and
                                                                   and to participate in the continuing transformation of
     educational opportunities that reflect high
                                                                   ourselves and a world in need.
     standards, interdisciplinary thought and integrate
     understanding.
  • Continue to promote thoughtful experiential and
     service learning, bridging the gap between theory
     and practice by taking the student beyond the
     university walls.


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letter froM the President
                            Dear Students:

                            On behalf of our Board of Trustees, Council of Regents, Sisters of St. Joseph of
                            Carondelet, Alumni Association, Fontbonne Community Connection, faculty,
                            administration, staff, benefactors and friends, it is my personal and professional
                            pleasure to welcome you to Fontbonne University.

                            You have chosen wisely because this is a university that emphasizes academic
                            excellence, care for all persons and social justice. Fontbonne is also a Catholic
                            university where both faith and reason are present and honored.

                       During your life, you have a certain amount of time to devote to higher education.
                       The time is now and it is precious and non-replenishable, so use it wisely. This is
especially important because local, regional, national and international competition is at an all-time high.
So develop a global awareness along with the ability to think critically, act ethically and become leaders
for a world in need.

In this modern era, outstanding leadership is more important than ever before because there are people
who want to challenge your way of life and even eliminate your constitutional rights. I submit that the
best way to vanquish this challenge is not through armed conflict but through armed intellects. The more
truth you have, the stronger you get and the better the world becomes.

Embrace Fontbonne’s philosophy of “Learn More. Be More.®” Be an eager and serious student. Be open
to dialogue and change. Be willing to learn all that you can about others. Be ready to use your God-given
talents to the fullest.

At Fontbonne, you have the opportunity to grow intellectually, interpersonally, interculturally, morally,
socially, recreationally, religiously and pre-professionally. Make the most of this opportunity and
remember that at Fontbonne you will learn not only how to make a living, but also how to live a life
because ultimately that is more important.

Sincerely,




Dennis C. Golden, Ed.D.
President


    Fontbonne University does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, gender, gender orientation, national or ethnic
    origin, or disability in employment or in the administration of its educational policies, admission policies, scholarship and loan
    programs, athletic and other school-administered programs. Furthermore, Fontbonne University prohibits retaliation against
    anyone who either opposes unlawful discrimination, assists or participates in an investigation of a complaint of discrimination,
    or exercises his or her rights under any law that forbids employment discrimination.

    The Fontbonne University coordinator for Title IX and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the EEO coordinator for
    other laws and regulations prohibiting discrimination is the Vice President for Finance and Administration, Fontbonne University,
    6800 Wydown Boulevard, St. Louis, MO 63105. Phone: (314) 719-8007. Fax: (314) 719-8023. If the allegations of discrimination
    or retaliation allege involvement of the Vice President for Finance and Administration, then notification of the complaint shall
    be made to the Executive Vice President for Strategy and Operations. The University will thoroughly and promptly investigate
    all complaints and take corrective or disciplinary action when appropriate. Fontbonne University complies with the Family
    Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974, Public Law 93-380 as amended.

    The university reserves the right to change any section of this bulletin and to affect the cancellation of any listed course without
    prior notice.


                       IT IS THE STUDENT’S RESPONSIBILITY TO READ THIS
                                  PUBLICATION IN ITS ENTIRETY.
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Admission informAtion                                            student request for spring ApplicAtion
Fontbonne University accepts applications for admission          Please send all necessary materials needed to complete
to degree programs for the fall and spring semesters.            application for admission for the Fontbonne Spring 2012
Admission to the University is based upon evaluation of the      Semester to:
individual’s ability to succeed in, benefit from, and achieve
his/her educational goals through the academic programs          Name
at Fontbonne.                                                    Address
                                                                 City                               State
In reviewing student credentials, the University looks
                                                                 ZIP
for evidence of successful completion of prior academic
                                                                 Home Phone (          )
work, self-motivation, and academic aptitude. Accepted
                                                                 Work Phone (          )
students are admitted to the University; admission to the
department of the student’s intended major is determined
by the department.                                               	 q I have attended Fontbonne
                                                                 	 q I have not previously attended Fontbonne.
The University operates on rolling admission and will notify
an applicant of his/her admission as soon as possible after              Mail to:
receipt of all required credentials. All credentials must be                        Office of Admission
on file no later than one week prior to final registration for                      Fontbonne University
any term in which enrollment is desired.                                            6800 Wydown Boulevard
                                                                                    St. Louis, MO 63105-3098
Prior to registration for classes, degree-seeking students
may be required to take the Fontbonne University
placement test. The Admission Office will determine which
students are required to take all or part of the placement       registrAtion dAtes for spring 2012
test. The test results are used for evaluation, placement,         Advising Week: November 7-14, 2011
and academic advising. Monday, December 12, 2011 is
the deadline for admission as a classified (degree-seeking)      Undergraduate Registration:
student for the Spring 2012 semester.                               Presently enrolled students—
                                                                         November 14-18, 2011 online
All inquiries regarding admission to Fontbonne as a                      (ADVISOR SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR CURRENT
freshman, transfer, graduate, or unclassified student                        STUDENTS BY November 14, 2011)
should be directed to:                                                   (Pre-registration week is November 14-18, 2011)
                                                                     New students—
        Office of Admission                                              (freshmen, transfers, unclassified)
        Fontbonne University                                             November 21 – December 16, 2011 by appointment
        6800 Wydown Boulevard
        St. Louis, MO 63105-3098                                 Graduate Registration:
                                                                    Presently enrolled students—
                                                                         November 14-18, 2011 online
ApplicAtion fee                                                          (Pre-registration week is November 14-18, 2011)
An application fee of $25 must accompany each initial                New students—
application for admission to the university. The fee is the              November 21 – December 16, 2011 by appointment
same for special and regular students and for full-time and
part-time students, as well as for admission to the summer
session. The fee is not refunded even if the applicant           finAl registrAtion
withdraws or is not accepted. Fontbonne students who             Thursday, January 12, 2012 from 4-5:30 p.m. for all students
wish to register after an absence are not required to pay        who have not previously registered. Anyone registering
the fee again.                                                   after final registration will pay a late fee of $25.




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registration ProCedUres                                          UniVersity exPenses
Students should:                                                 TUITION (2011-2012)
  1. Pick up registration materials at the Registrar’s Office,   Full-time Undergraduate
     Ryan 205.                                                   Full-time undergraduate tuition:
  2. Meet with their departmental advisor to complete                    $10,430 per semester;
     course request forms. (If you are undecided as to a                 $20,860 per academic year.
     major, a staff advisor will be assigned.)
  3. Complete any independent study forms or obtain any          A full-time undergraduate student takes 12-18 credit hours
     prior authorizations.                                       per semester. Full-time students taking any hours in excess
  4. Returning students enter their schedules online             of 18 per semester will pay the undergraduate part-time
     Advisors enter the new student’s schedule online.           rate for additional hours ($558 per hour).
  5. All students’ white registration form must be returned
     to the Registrar’s Office, Ryan 205.                        Part-time Undergraduate
                                                                 Part-time undergraduate tuition:
For clarification or additional information about                        $558 per credit hour
registration procedures, please call the Registrar’s Office
at (314) 889-1421.                                               A part-time undergraduate student takes fewer than 12
                                                                 credit hours in the fall or spring semester.


Changes and WithdraWal deadlines                                 Graduate
To change registration, including withdrawal from a course,      Graduate rates: $605 per credit hour
the student must:
  1. Obtain the appropriate form from the Registrar’s Office.    rooM and Board
  2. Give the supporting reason for the change or                Medaille Hall: $8,984 per academic year (based on single
     withdrawal.                                                      occupancy and 14 meal plan)
  3. Obtain approval and signature from the advisor              St. Joseph’s Hall: $7,780 per academic year (based on
     before the end of the first week of the semester.                double occupancy and 14 meal plan)
     After the first week of the semester, the student must      Southwest Apartments (room only): $7,192 per academic
     obtain the signatures of the advisor, the Business               year (meal plan not included)
     Office and the Financial Aid Office. Students may not
     add a course after the first week of the semester.          For additional housing information, visit our website
  4. Return the form to the Registrar’s Office before the        www.fontbonne.edu/studentlife/residentialliving/
     deadline.
                                                                 NOTe: Students taking courses on multiple campuses are
After the first week of the semester has been completed,         billed separately for each campus.
no further changes may be made with the exception of
withdrawals and 2nd 8-week course additions. A student
who, with proper authorization, withdraws from a course
before a date specified in the University calendar (usually
one week after midterm) receives a grade of “W.” No
withdrawals will be accepted after the date specified in
the calendar. Exception to this policy, for reasons beyond
the student’s control, may be made by an Academic Dean
for an individual course or for the semester. Students who
withdraw without authorization receive a final grade of “F.”

FAILURE TO ATTEND CLASSES DOES NOT
CONSTITUTE A WITHDRAWAL
    For 1st 8-week courses, the last day to withdraw is:
       Thursday, February 9, 2012.
    For semester courses, the last day to withdraw is:
       Monday, March 19,2012
    For 2nd 8-week courses, the last day to withdraw is:
       Monday, April 9,2012

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tUition disCoUnts                                               fees (2011 – 2012)
AlUMNI TUITION DIScOUNTS                                        Application fee: $25
Students who have earned a degree from Fontbonne
                                                                International application fee: $50
University may apply for an alumni discount on tuition
rates. Please see below for your program eligibility.           Freshman Orientation Fee: $150
                                                                New Transfer Student Fee: $50
Fontbonne undergraduate alumni who enroll in an
undergraduate course(s) may apply for a 35% discount on         Graduation: $75
undergraduate level course(s). These reduced rates apply to     certificates: $10
fall and spring semesters only for traditional students.
                                                                Mailing of diploma: $10
Alumni who have received a Master’s degree from                 Parking permits: $80 – $140
Fontbonne can enroll in a graduate course(s) and be eligible        (Parking permit fees are subject to change)
for a 35% discount on graduate level course(s).
                                                                Registration:
PeRSONS 60 AND OlDeR                                                Change of registration — $5
Persons 60 years of age and older are eligible for half price       Late registration — $25
tuition rates for undergraduate courses excluding lab and       Resource Fee:
studio courses.                                                     Undergraduate Students:
                                                                       1-9 credit hours (per hour) $18
eDUcATOR’S DIScOUNT                                                    10 or more credit hours (per semester) $180
Students who are taking graduate courses at Fontbonne               Graduate Students: per credit hour $18
University and who are employed at least half-time in a
                                                                Transcripts: $4
preschool through twelfth grade school or school system
may apply for a 15 percent discount. Students need to           Transcripts On-demand: $15
obtain the educator’s discount form from the appropriate
                                                                Prior learning Assessment (PlA) Fees:
program director.
                                                                    Professional training evaluated by Ace/PONSI:
                                                                    Transcripting fee (per credit hour) — $50
*NOTe: Only one discount will be applied per course. If a
student is eligible for more than one discount on the same      Portfolio I — Documented learning:
course, the larger discount will be applied.                        Portfolio development fee — $100
                                                                    Transcripting fee (per credit hour)— $50
AUDIT:
                                                                Portfolio II — Narrative essay:
 (Students who wish to attend class only**)
                                                                    Portfolio development fee — $200
 Undergraduate: $150 per course
                                                                    Transcripting fee (per credit hour) — $50
 Graduate*: $200 per course
 *Graduate Business Courses: $485 per course                    Portfolio development fees must be paid at the beginning
 *Many courses with studio or lab periods are not eligible      of the process and are non-refundable. Transcripting fees
 for audit. If a course with fee is audited, the student must   are charged for hours awarded and must be paid before the
 pay the studio or lab fee.                                     credit is posted to the student’s transcript. Fees are subject to
                                                                change without prior notice.

                                                                Private and applied music instruction, one hour per week,
                                                                per semester:
                                                                Undergraduate
                                                                    One credit hour (tuition & fees) — $605
                                                                    Two credit hours (tuition & fees) — $1,150
                                                                Fees for each course with a scheduled laboratory/studio
                                                                period are listed with the description.




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PayMent of aCCoUnts                                                         Fee adjustments will be made according to the following
                                                                            scale:
Accounts are due in advance for the spring semester.
                                                                              • Withdrawal before the first day of classes .................100%
Payment-in-full less any financial assistance must be
                                                                              • Withdrawal during the first drop/add period .........100%
received by December 5, 2011. A $25.00 late fee will be
                                                                              • No refund after the first drop/add period.......................0%
assessed for payments received after December 5, 2011.
For students who are registering after December 5, 2011
                                                                            If withdrawal from classes results from extraordinary
payment is due upon registration.
                                                                            circumstances beyond the student’s control (such as serious
                                                                            illness) the student should complete an Extenuating
Fontbonne University offers the convenience of Electronic
                                                                            Circumstance Withdrawal. To begin the process, an
Billing (E-Bill) and payments online. You may enroll to receive
                                                                            application can be attained in the Office of the Dean of
your monthly statements electronically and pay online. An
                                                                            Undergraduate Studies or in the Office of the Director of
email notice will be sent to your Fontbonne e-mail address
                                                                            Graduate Studies.
whenever a statement is generated for your account. You
may also provide your parents or other payers with your
                                                                            A $25 residential life processing fee will be charged on all
personal log-on so they can have access to the bill and make
                                                                            withdrawals after the first day of classes.
payment. Visit our website at www.fontbonne.edu and click
on Student Information Management. Fontbonne University
                                                                            Fontbonne University’s refund process provides you with
accepts MasterCard, Visa and DISCOVER.
                                                                            quick access to your funds with direct deposit into your
                                                                            personal checking or savings account. Access to your money
Fontbonne University has contracted with Tuition Pay to
                                                                            is quick and convenient. Go to www.fontbonne.edu/refund
provide a payment plan that will allow monthly payments
                                                                            and follow the simple enrollment steps.
without interest charges. You can enroll online at www.
fontbonne.edu or www.tuitionpayenroll.com.
                                                                            NOTIce:
Employed students should check with their companies to                      Students receiving Financial Aid/Federal
see if tuition reimbursement is available.                                  Title IV Financial Aid
                                                                            Students must officially withdraw from Fontbonne
Failure to make payments for tuition, fees, or other                        University. The withdrawal forms are located in the Office
amounts owed the University when due, or failure to                         of the Director of Academic Advising and must be signed by
arrange for such payments before their due dates, is                        the following departments: Director of Academic Advising,
considered sufficient cause to 1. bar the student from                      Financial Aid Office, Business Office, and Registrar’s Office.
registering for courses, 2. drop the student from pre-
registered courses, with subsequent registration subject                    Upon receiving official notification of withdrawal the
to late fees, and/or 3. withhold the transcript of record,                  Financial Aid Office will calculate a refund using the Return
certificate, or diploma.                                                    of Title IV Funds software, if the student has received Title
                                                                            IV aid. Those who receive cash refunds before withdrawing
                                                                            must repay all excess funds to Fontbonne University. Failure
refUnds                                                                     to repay funds when requested would bar you from receipt
                                                                            of financial aid in the future. Students will receive written
No adjustment or refund is made for late entrance, for
absence after entrance, or for dismissal.                                   notification of the adjustments to the financial aid package,
                                                                            which will indicate if a post-withdrawal disbursement
Tuition and fee adjustments resulting from withdrawal                       is allowed. Students receiving Institutional grant or
from the University or withdrawal from a specific course                    scholarship dollars will receive a refund based on the
will be computed from the date on which the Registrar                       Tuition adjustment schedule. The Business Office should be
approves the official permit for withdrawal.                                contacted if any questions arise about billing.


Tuition adjustments will be made according to the                           Finally, please note withdrawal from a specific course(s)
following scale:                                                            may result in an adjustment in the financial aid package.
  • Withdrawal before first day of classes .......................100%      Also, failure to properly withdraw from the University will
  • Withdrawal during first drop/add period ..................100%          result in the adjustment of financial aid after the end of the
  • Withdrawal within first 10% of the semester ............ 90%            semester. Therefore, please contact us immediately upon
  • Withdrawal within 11-25% of the semester............... 50%             leaving the University.
  • Withdrawal within first 26-50% of the semester ..... 25%
  • No refund after 51% of the semester................................0%

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Room & Board Refunds:
Withdrawal from a residence hall will be prorated on the
                                                                stUdent serViCes
                                                                cAMPUS HOUSING:
same basis as tuition and fees. The room deposit will be
                                                                Campus housing is available on a limited basis to enrolled
refunded subject to any outstanding financial obligation to
                                                                Fontbonne students. Inquiries should be made to the Office
the University.
                                                                of Residential Life at (314) 889-1422.

                                                                I.D. cARDS:
fontBonne oPtions PrograM                                       The Student Affairs Office in Medaille Hall issues picture
Fontbonne OPTIONS, a division of the College of Global          I.D.s during regular office hours, 8:00-4:30, Monday
Business and Professional Studies, gives busy adult learners    through Friday. OPTIONS students may have their I.D.s
the opportunity to earn a bachelor’s or master’s degree         made at the Strassner site. Students must present proof of
while balancing a career and personal life. Our enhanced        semester registration and a receipt for paid fees. There is no
OPTIONS program is faster, more flexible and highly             charge for the first I.D. card. If the card is lost or damaged,
personalized —allowing you to structure your education          a replacement card can be purchased for $10. The I.D. card
to fit your individual needs.                                   identifies the holder as a Fontbonne student and is issued
                                                                for campus security, library borrowing privileges, use of
Completing a degree faster, without sacrificing quality, is     facilities in the Dunham Student Activity Center, using
possible by enrolling in one or two courses each eight-week     Griffin Bucks, and for cashing checks in the Business Office
term. We offer five terms throughout the year, so you can       on the main campus. It may be used throughout the city
begin when it’s convenient for you. An advising team will       for discounts to selected movies, sporting events, plays,
guide you through the OPTIONS enrollment and financial          museums and cultural events. For additional information,
aid processes, as well as help create a personalized degree     call (314) 889-1411.
completion plan. Our instructors bring industry expertise
to the classroom and the curriculum emphasizes practical,       cAReeR DeVelOPMeNT:
real-world knowledge. Plus, courses are available at            The Career Development Department provides assistance
numerous locations and in a variety of formats including        with career planning and decision-making, selecting
weeknight, weekend and online.                                  academic majors, and learning job search techniques. Job
                                                                and internship openings are posted on the Career Services
OPTIONS undergraduate majors include evening courses            website. The department is located in the Student Affairs
in business administration, organizational studies,             Office on the first floor of Medaille Hall. Appointments may
corporate communication, and sports and entertainment           be scheduled in person or by telephone (314) 889-4516.
management — with select majors offering optional
concentrations in management, finance or marketing.             cOUNSelING AND WellNeSS:
                                                                 The Counseling and Wellness Department provides short-
OPTIONS graduate degrees include an MBA, Master of              term professional counseling on-campus to deal with a
Management, and specialized programs in Nonprofit               variety of personal concerns. The department can also
Management, Supply Chain Management, Accounting,                make referrals for off-campus counseling. The department
or Taxation. A variety of formats are available including       is located in the Student Affairs Office on the first floor of
online, evenings, weekends, or a customized blend to fit        Medaille Hall. Appointments may be scheduled in person or
your demanding schedule. Optional concentrations and            by telephone (314) 889-4516.
graduate certificates are yet another choice to individualize
your studies.                                                   STUDeNTS WITH DISABIlITIeS:
                                                                Fontbonne University offers accommodations to students
We’re focused on YOU so you can focus on your education.        with documented physical, visual, hearing, learning or
To learn more about OPTIONS visit www.fontbonne.edu/            psychiatric disabilities. Any Fontbonne student is eligible
options or call (314) 863-2220 to speak with an admissions      for special services or accommodations if:
counselor.
                                                                  1. The student self-identifies that he or she has a
                                                                     disability and needs accommodation.
                                                                  2. The student provides appropriate and verifiable
                                                                     documentation of the disability.
                                                                  3. The student provides notification to the ADA
                                                                     Coordinator in a timely fashion.



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For academic accommodations, contact the Kinkel Center
for Academic Resources at 889-4571. For accessibility and
                                                                PoliCy: faCUlty UnannoUnCed aBsenCe
resident hall needs, contact Student Affairs at 889-4523.       froM/lateness for Class
                                                                In the event that a class has not been notified of the
TexTBOOkS:                                                      absence or late arrival of a faculty member:
New and used textbooks may be purchased in the                    1. For courses which meet two or more times per week,
Fontbonne bookstore.                                                 students must wait 15 minutes before leaving a class.
                                                                  2. For courses which meet only once per week, students
cAMPUS SecURITy RePORT:                                              must wait 30 minutes before leaving a class.
A copy of Fontbonne’s Campus Security Report is made
available by October 1st of each year. The report contains
information about campus security and the campus crime
statistics for the last three calendar years. The Campus
                                                                online CoUrse inforMation
                                                                To begin the Blackboard Tutorial:
Security Report is available on the Fontbonne University
                                                                Students should check their Fontbonne University email
web page (www.fontbonne.edu). The report may be found
                                                                two weeks before the start of their online course for a
in the Public Safety section under “student resources”.
                                                                “Welcome to the Blackboard Tutorial” email. This email
The exact address of the crime report on the web is: www.
                                                                explains how to begin, and successfully complete, the
fontbonne.edu/csa.
                                                                Blackboard Tutorial.

You may also request a copy of this report by writing to the
                                                                To Access the Blackboard Tutorial:
Director of Public Safety.
                                                                  1. Navigate to http://bblearn.fontbonne.edu in your
                                                                     Internet browser. The university recommends using
                                                                     Mozilla Firefox for Blackboard.
faMily edUCation rights and PriVaCy                               2. Enter login/password; these are the same login and
aCt PoliCy (ferPa)                                                   password as those used for Fontbonne University
                                                                     email.
The Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA), also
                                                                        Example: Jane Doe
known as the Buckley Amendment, is a federal regulation
                                                                        Email: doej@fontbonne.edu
that protects the privacy of student education records.
                                                                        Login: doej
It applies to all schools that receive funds from the U.S.
                                                                        Password: JD123456!
Department of Education.
                                                                  3. Blackboard Tutorial should be listed on the courses
                                                                     tab if it is required. Any online courses a student is
In accordance with the Family Education Rights and
                                                                     registered for will be blocked from the course list until
Privacy Act, certain information designated as “directory
                                                                     the Blackboard Tutorial is completed.
information” may be released without the prior consent of
a student, unless the student has forbidden its disclosure      To ask a question about the Blackboard Tutorial, contact
in writing by completing a Request to Withhold Release          Ame Mead (amead@fontbonne.edu or 314-889-4514).
of Directory Information form available in the Registrar’s
Office. This form must be turned in to the Registrar within     To ask a question about Blackboard or get assistance with
two (2) weeks of the start of the semester. It will stay in     Blackboard, contact Amy Peach (apeach@fontbonne.edu or
effect until the fall term of the next academic year. The       314-889-1499).
University will assume that a student does not object to
the release of Directory Information unless the student files   To ask a question about Fontbonne University email or
this written notification.                                      other technology issues, contact AskIT (askIT@fontbonne.
                                                                edu or 314-719-8095).
A complete listing of Directory Information items
is included in the FERPA policy which is posted on              Minimum Technology Requirements for online
Fontbonne’s website at http://www.fontbonne.edu/                students include:
academics/registrar/ferpa.htm. Students should read the           • Minimum of 2 GB of RAM with DSL or high-speed
FERPA policy to know their rights and responsibilities as           Internet access.
they pertain to their education records. Questions should         • Windows and Office 2007 or higher for PC and
be directed to the Registrar’s Office.                              Office 2008 for Mac. Most online courses require
                                                                    Word and PowerPoint, and many require Excel.
                                                                    Fontbonne University’s standard software platform
                                                                    is MS Office 2010.

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  • Some courses require the purchase of additional
    course-specific software; this information should be         iMPortant notiCe
    listed in the course schedule or course syllabus.
  • Use of Fontbonne University email is mandatory for           Student e-mail Addresses
    online courses.                                              campus e-Mail
  • Students must have daily access to a computer; it is         Microsoft Exchange is used for e-mail. E-mail is
    recommended that students have their own computer            accessible through Outlook over the web (OWA)
    for use with online coursework.                              wherever Internet access is available at: webmail.
                                                                 fontbonne.edu. Access is available ~24 working hours
**A student should register for an online course at least one    after registration. http://webmail.fontbonne.edu
week prior to the beginning date of the course.
                                                                 Username: As determined through What Is My
                                                                     Logon ID
                                                                 Password: Set by student at the What is My Logon
exaMination sChedUle                                                 ID link
Semester II (May 9-11,14, 2012)
                                                                 The e-mail password can also be reset within e-mail:
                                                                 Click Options > Change Password
clASS      START TIMe      exAM DAy            exAM TIMe
MWF        8:00 a.m.       Mon 5/14             8:00-9:50 a.m.   NOTe: Passwords should be no less than 7 characters
MWF        9:00 a.m.       Thur 5/10            8:00-9:50 a.m.   long, using letters, numbers, and symbols, but not
MWF        10:00 a.m.      Mon 5/14          10:00-11:50 a.m.    the + or -signs.
MWF        11:00 a.m.      Thur 5/10         10:00-11:50 a.m.
MWF        1:00 p.m.       Mon 5/14           12:00- 1:50 p.m.
MW         1:00 p.m.       Thur 5/10          12:00- 1:50 p.m.
MWF        2.30 p.m.       Mon 5/14             2:00-3:50 p.m.
MW         2:30 p.m.       Thur 5/10            2:00-3:50 p.m.
MWF        4:00 p.m.       Mon 5/14             4:00-5:50 p.m.
TR         8:00 a.m.       Wed 5/9              8:00-9:50 a.m.
TR         9:30 a.m.       Fri 5/11             8:00-9:50 a.m.
TR         11:00 a.m.      Wed 5/9           10:00-11:50 a.m.
TR         12:30 p.m.      Fri 5/11          10:00-11:50 a.m.
TR         2:00 p.m.       Wed 5/9            12:00-1:50 p.m.
TR         3:30 p.m.       Fri 5/11             2:00-3:50 p.m.

*4:30 – 7:00 classes will meet for exams at regular class
time in the same classroom

In case of school cancellation due to a University-wide
emergency, exams will be transferred to Tuesday, May 15,
2012. Students whom have more than three exams on a
given day should work with the instructors to petition for
one to be moved to another day.

exAMS FOR SATURDAy AND eVeNING clASSeS WIll Be
GIVeN AT ReGUlARly ScHeDUleD TIMeS.




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                              Key to Course Guide and Class loCations
The higher the course number, the greater the student maturity required. (abbreviations used)


00-499          Undergraduate Courses                         SSD             Special School District (off campus)
500-699         Graduate Courses                                              Central Office
AB              Anheuser–Busch Hall                                           12110 Clayton Road
AERO            Aerobic Studio                                                Town & Country, MO 63131
BRENT           Brentwood Middle/High School                                  (314) 989-8100
                (off campus)                                                  or
                9127 White Avenue                                             Hiram Neuwoehner School
                Brentwood, MO 63139                                           12112 Clayton Road
                (314) 962-8238                                                Town & Country, MO 63131
BDC             Broadcast Center (off campus)                                 (314) 989-8700
                2360 Hampton Avenue                           STJO            St. Joseph Hall
                St. Louis, MO 63139                           STR             OPTIONS Main Site
                (314) 647-8181                                                1265-1300 Strassner Drive
CHS             Clayton High School                                           St. Louis, MO 63144
                #1 Mark Twain Circle                          WYDO            Wydown Middle School
                Clayton, MO 63105                                             6500 Wydown
EAST            East (former Fine Arts)                                       Clayton, MO 63105
FORT            Fort Zumwalt School District (off campus)
                Dubray Middle School                          eVeNING AND SATURDAy clASSeS are indicated by sections
                100 Dubray Drive                              10-19 and 35-39.
                St. Peters, MO 63376
FHSD            Francis Howell School District (off campus)   BleNDeD WeB cOURSeS are indicated by the letter ‘B’ after
                Hollenbeck Middle School                      the section number.
                4555 Central School Road
                St. Charles, MO 63304                         DeDIcATeD SeMeSTeR cOURSeS are indicated by the letter
FA              Fine Arts (former Southwest Hall)             “D” after the section number.
INST            St. Joseph Institute (off campus)
                1809 Clarkson Road                            cOURSeS HAVING PReReQUISITeS are indicated by PREREQ
                Chesterfield, MO 63017                        under the course number. One or more prerequisites may
                (636) 532-3211                                be required; consult the Fontbonne University Catalog for
LIBR            Jack C. Taylor Library                        the specific prerequisites.
OFFC            Off Campus
RYAN            Ryan Hall
SOCO            South County Facility
                9960 Kennerly
                St. Louis, MO 63128




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                                            Campus serviCes
Office/ServiceS	                        PhOne		    LOcatiOn	                   hOurS
Academic Affairs
  Vice President                        889-1401   Ryan 202                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 pm. M-F
  Interim Associate Dean and
  Director of Graduate Studies          889-1468   Ryan 201B                   8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Dean of Undergraduate Studies           889-4760   Ryan 201C                   8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Admission                               889-1400   Ryan 209                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Advising Office                         719-3654   Ryan 107                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Alumni Relations                        889-1403   East 116                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Athletic Office                         889-1444   DSAC                        8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Bookstore                               889-1420   Ryan 102                    9 a.m.-6 p.m. M-R;
                                                                               9 a.m.-4 p.m. F
Business Office                         889-1405   Ryan 215                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Campus Ministry                         889-4523   Medaille Hall               8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Career Services                         889-4516   Medaille Hall 1st fl        8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Communications and Marketing            889-1467   Ryan 424                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Cooperative Education                   719-8084   Anheuser-Busch 216          As Posted
Development                             889-1469   East 116                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Dining Room                             889-1449   Ryan                        Hours will be posted on door
Dunham Student Activity Center (DSAC)   889-1455                               8 a.m.-11 p.m. M-F
                                                                               Noon-11 p.m. Sat.
                                                                               Noon-10 p.m. Sun.
DSAC Fax                                889-4524
Financial Aid                           889-1414   Ryan 398/310                8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
International Students                  889-4509   Ryan 103                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Job Placement                           889-4516   Medaille                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Kinkel Resource Center                  889-4571   Library                     8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
                                                                               Evening & weekend posted
Jack C. Taylor Library                  889-1417   Library                     7:30 a.m.-11 p.m. M-R
                                                                               7:30 a.m.-5:00 p.m. F
                                                                               9 a.m.-5 p.m. Sat
                                                                               1 p.m.-9 p.m. Sun.
                                                                               See library webpage for
                                                                                  holiday schedule
OPTIONS                                 863-2220   1265-1300 Strassner Drive   10 a.m.-6 p.m. M-R;
                                                                               8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. F
Mission Integration                     719-3554   Ryan 200                    8:30 a.m. – 4:30p.m. M-F
Personal Counseling                     889-4516   Medaille 1st fl             8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Registrar                               889-1421   Ryan 205                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Residential Life                        889-1416   Medaille                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Student Activities                      719-8057   DSAC                        8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
Student Affairs                         889-1411   Medaille 1st fl             8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F
University Relations                    889-1489   Ryan 207                    8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. M-F




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                                    aCademiC Calendar sprinG 2012
JANUARy                                                        14      Wed         2nd 8-week Wednesday evening
12      Thur          Final Registration 4:00-5:30 p.m                               courses begin
                      1st 8-week Thursday evening              19-24   M,T,W,R,F,S Spring Break; No classes will meet
                         courses begin                         19      Mon         Last day for changing P/NP grading
13      Fri           1st 8-week Friday evening courses                              option for semester courses
                         begin                                                     Last day to withdraw from semester
14      Sat           1st 8-week Saturday courses begin                              courses
                         Note: 8-week courses cannot be                            Grades due for incomplete grades
                         added after the first class meeting                         given in the in the Fall term
16      Mon           Martin Luther King , Jr., Holiday;                           Feast of St. Joseph; No classes will
                         Campus is closed                                            meet; Offices closed
17      Tues          All other spring semester courses        26      Mon         2nd 8-week Monday evening
                         begin                                                       courses begin
                      1st 8-week Tuesday evening
                         courses begin                         APRIl
                      1st 8-week online courses begin          5-7     R,F,S       Easter Break, No classes will meet
18      Wed           1st 8-week Wednesday evening             9       Mon         Easter Monday: all day and evening
                         courses begin                                               classes will meet
21      Sat           Saturday 15-week courses begin                               Last day for changing P/NP grading
23      Mon           1st 8-week Monday evening                                      option for second 8-week classes
                         courses begin                                             Last day to withdraw from second
24      Tues          $5 fee for any change in registration                          8-week classes
                         made after today.                     9-13    M,T,W,R,F   Advising Week for early registration
                      Last day to drop full semester courses                         for Fall
                      Last day for entering a new              16-20   M,T,W,R,F   Early registration-online; clearance
                         semester class, for late                                    by advisor required
                         registration and for changing         30      Mon         Applications for August graduation
                         from credit to audit.                                       due

FeBRUARy                                                       MAy
6       Mon           Last day to file appeal to Appeals       4       Fri         Honors Convocation
                        Committee regarding academic           7       Mon         Last class day for day courses
                        issues from fall 2011 term             8       Tues        Reading day
9       Thur          Last day for changing P/NP grading                           Last class day for Tuesday evening
                        option for first 8-week classes;                              classes
                      Last day to withdraw from first          9-11,14 W-F,M          Exam Days
                        8-week classes                         11      Fri         Last class day for Friday evening
22      Wed           Ash Wednesday                                                   classes
                                                                                   Last class day for online courses
MARcH                                                          12      Sat         Last class day for Saturday courses
8       Thur          2nd 8-week Thursday evening              14      Mon         Last class day for all evening courses
                        courses begin                          16      Wed         Grades for graduating students
9       Fri           2nd 8-week Friday courses begin                                 due by 10:00a.m.
                      1st 8-week online courses end            19      Sat         Commencement
10      Sat           2nd 8-week Saturday courses begin        21      Mon         All grades due by 10:00 a.m.
12      Mon           Mid-semester
                      2st 8-week online courses begin
13      Tues          2nd 8-week Tuesday evening
                        courses begin


                                         Information for 8-week sessions:
               NOTe: No 8-week course may be added after the first class meeting
               NOTe: No 8-week course may be changed from credit to audit after the second class meeting


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                                                   snow sChedule
eVeNING clASSeS                                                 DAy ScHeDUle
 1. Cancellation of day classes will not necessarily mean       Following is the schedule for classes under “Snow Schedule”
    the cancellation of night classes. The decision on night    arrangements. In this situation, offices and the Library will
    classes will be made by 2:30 p.m. and be heard on the       open at 10:00 a.m.
    stations listed previously, and may be communicated
    by email and text message alert.                            Monday-Wednesday-Friday
    Sign up at: www.fontbonne.edu/text.                          Regular            Snow Schedule Meet
    OPTIONS students and faculty are to call 314/719-3682        8:00 a.m.          10:00 a.m. – 10:30 a.m.
    after 3 p.m. for notification of cancellation of OPTIONS     9:00 a.m.          10:40 a.m. – 11:10 a.m.
    courses.                                                     10:00 a.m.         11:20 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
 2. Snow schedule for day classes will not necessarily           11:00 a.m.         12:00 p.m. – 12:30 p.m.
    mean there will be a snow schedule in force for that         1:00 p.m.          Classes beginning at 1:00 p.m. or
    evening’s classes. The decision on use of the snow                              later meet as usual.
    schedule for evening classes will be made by 2:30 p.m.
    and heard on the stations listed below, and may be          Tuesday-Thursday
    communicated by email and text message alert.                 Regular                Snow Schedule Meet
    Sign up at: www.fontbonne.edu/text.                           8:00 a.m.              10:00 a.m. – 10:50 a.m.
    OPTIONS classes do not operate on a snow schedule.            9:30 a.m.              11:00 a.m. – 11:50 a.m.
                                                                  11:00 a.m.             12:00 p.m. – 12:50 p.m.
eVeNING SNOW ScHeDUle:                                            12:30 p.m.             1:00 p.m. – 1:50 p.m.
 From 4:30 p.m. onward: classes start 1/2 hour late and           2:00 p.m.              Classes beginning at
 end 1/2 hour early.                                                                     2:00 p.m. or later meet as usual.
 3. Cancellation of, or snow schedule for, night classes will
    be announced on KMOX or WSIE radio. Listen after            *Lab scheduling is at the descretion of the instructor.
    2:30 p.m. for any announcement. The University
    switchboard will also carry a tape recording                  1. If a class extends for two periods, then extend it for
    (862-3456).                                                      two periods on a snow day.
 4. It is the instructor’s responsibility to dismiss class        2. Announcements of the snow schedule or cancellation
    if the weather becomes inclement during evening                  of classes will be made ONLY on:
    classes.                                                         KMOV TV (Channel 4)          Z107.7 radio
                                                                     KSDK TV (Channel 5)          93.7 the bull
SATURDAy clASSeS                                                     KTVI TV (Fox 2)              103.3 rewind
 1. Cancellation of, or snow schedule for, Saturday classes          KMOX 1120 AM radio           100.3 the sound
    will be announced on KMOX 1120 AM radio and                      MAJIC 104.9 FM radio         1600 a.m. Hallelujah
    WSIE 88.7 FM radio after 6:00 a.m. on Saturday and               WSIE 88.7 FM radio
    announced on the University switchboard (862-3456).
                                                                  3. The University Switchboard will carry the tape
SATURDAy SNOW ScHeDUle:                                              recording announcing snow delay or cancellation
 Saturday morning — classes start 45 minutes late                    For morning or Saturday classes, the message wilL
 Saturday afternoon — classes start at regular time                  be there by 6 a.m.; for evening classes, the message
 2. It is the instructor’s responsibility to dismiss class           will be there by 2:30 p.m. OPTIONS students and
    if the weather starts out clear but deteriorates during          faculty are to call 314/719-3682 after 3 p.m. for
    Saturday classes.                                                notification of cancellation of OPTIONS courses.
                                                                     OPTIONS classes do not operate on a snow schedule.




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                                        Closures and online Courses
                       Best Practices for Managing Planned and Unplanned Campus Closures

INcleMeNT WeATHeR AND ONlINe cOURSeS                             courses and online sessions of blended courses, should
Online courses and online sessions of blended courses at         make every effort to communicate their situation to the
Fontbonne University will not be cancelled for inclement         instructor of their course.
weather, even when all campus locations are closed.                  Faculty members working in geographical areas other
Students and faculty are expected to access their courses        than St. Louis, Missouri, and experiencing inclement
just as they would if Fontbonne were open.                       weather not occurring in St. Louis that prohibits
                                                                 participation in online courses and online sessions of
    In cases when a weather emergency creates a network          blended courses, should make every effort to communicate
or power outage, students should refer to the network            their situation to the department chair/dean and the
outage policies established by faculty in the course syllabus.   Registrar.

    If students regularly use the computer or Internet           AcADeMIc cAleNDAR AND ONlINe cOURSeS
resources of a location other than their home/dorm               Assignment due dates for online courses and online
(work, library, etc.), and inclement weather makes travel        sessions of blended courses might not coincide with the
to that location impossible, students should contact their       Academic Calendar for on-campus events and planned
instructor to discuss options for completing work in a           closures (Spring Break, Thanksgiving, etc.). Students should
timely manner. In such cases, instructors will decide what is    reference the course syllabus/course calendar or contact
an appropriate course of action.                                 their instructor.

    Students working in geographical areas other than St.
Louis, Missouri, and experiencing inclement weather not
occurring in St. Louis that prohibits participation in online




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                                               KeY	tO	cOurSe	infOrMatiOn
Department
Course #   Title                                                           Hours        Limit      Fees
           Course Description
 Section # Days          Time                Dates                         Instructor   Room



                                       BOnnie	anD	L.B.	ecKeLKaMP	cOLLeGe	Of	
                                     GLOBaL	BuSineSS	anD	PrOfeSSiOnaL	StuDieS
BUSINeSS/ADMINISTRATION
BUS101                       INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION       3 hours      Limit 20
 01          -T-R-           8:00-9:15AM                                   Buhr         AB 208

BUS200                       PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT                      3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -M-W-F-         9:00-9:50AM                                   Anderson     AB 202

BUS202                       PRINCIPLES OF MACRO ECONOMICS                 3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -T-R-           12:30-1:45PM                                  Helbling     AB 202
 02          -T-R-           3:30-4:45PM                                   Helbling     AB 202

BUS203                       PRINCIPLES OF MICRO ECONOMICS                 3 hours      Limit 24
 01       -T-R-         2:00-3:15PM                                        Helbling     AB 202
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                 03/13/12-05/08/12 LIMIT 20    Mathea
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS205                       FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING I                        3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                  Anderson     AB 206
 02          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                 Anderson     AB 206

BUS207                       MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING                         3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -T-R-           8:00-9:15AM                                   Anderson     AB 206
 02          -M-W-           2:30-3:45PM                                   Foster       AB 206

BUS230                       MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES                         3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -M-W-F-         8:00-8:50AM                                   Alexander    AB208
 02          -M-W-           1:00-2:15PM                                   Alexander    AB208

BUS233                       MARKETING PRINCIPLES                          3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -M-W-F-         9:00-9:50AM                                   Weber        AB 206
 02          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                 Weber        AB 202

BUS241                       BUSINESS LAW                                  3 hours      Limit 24
 01          -M-W-           1:00-2:15PM                                   Morrison     AB 206

BUS294                       COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-6 hours    Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                               Foster

BUS295                       COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-6 hours    Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                               Foster

BUS296                       COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                         1-6 hours    Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                               Foster




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BUS297                        COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                                           1-6 hours          Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Foster

BUS298                        COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                                           1-6 hours          Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Foster

BUS299                        COOPERATIVE EDUCATION                                           1-6 hours          Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Foster

BUS303                        PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION/NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT                      3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                              Manion
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS310                        ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR                                         3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -T-R-            2:00-3:15PM                                                     Buhr               AB 206

BUS312                        FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING II                           3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Maher              AB 202

BUS314                        ADVANCED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT COST ACCOUNTING                   3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -M-W-F-          8:00-8:50AM                                                     Anderson           AB 206

BUS325                        INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS                                          3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                                    Buhr               AB 208

BUS336                        ADVERTISING PRINCIPLES                                          3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                              Weber
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS342                        LEGAL ENVIRONMENT OF BUSINESS                                   3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -M-W-            4:00-5:15PM                                                     Donatt             AB 202

BUS343                        MANAGERIAL FINANCE I                                            3 hours            Limit 24
 01          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Fillenwart         AB 206
 02          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                                    Fillenwart         AB 206

BUS352                        INVESTMENTS                                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                              White
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS356                        PRINCIPLES OF SELLING                                           3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   03/13/12-05/08/12                              Drone
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS362                        SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP                             3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                              Seibold
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS369                        MARKET RESEARCH                                                 3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                              Reaka
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS376                        CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MANAGEMENT                             1-3 hours          Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                    01/17/12-03/06/12                              Foster
 02          By Arrangement                    03/13/12-05/08/12                              Maurer

                     The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                     Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
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BUS377                        CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MARKETING               1-3 hours   Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                   01/17/12-03/06/12                Manion
 02          By Arrangement                   03/13/12-05/08/12                Manion

BUS387                        PRODUCTION AND OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT             3 hours     Limit 24
 01          -M-W-F-          10:00-10:50AM                                    Weber       AB 202

BUS394                        COMMERCIAL BANKING                               3 hours     Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                  01/17/12-03/06/12                Gerard
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS401                        ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN MANAGEMENT                  3 hours     Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                  03/13/12-05/08/12                Alexander
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS410                        MANAGEMENT AND INFORMATION SYSTEMS               3 hours     Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            3:30-4:45PM                                      Ott         RYAN 303

BUS415                        ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                    3 hours     Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                  03/13/12-05/08/12                Cannon
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS467                        ADVANCED ACCOUNTING THEORY                       3 hours     Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM                                      Maher       AB 210

BUS470                        STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT                             3 hours     Limit 20   Fee $95
 01          -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                                    Alexander   AB 206

BUS471                        LEADERSHIP: MANAGING IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT   3 hours     Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                  03/13/12-05/08/12                Alexander
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS484                        PRACTICUM IN BUSINESS                            3 hours     Limit 30
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   Alexander

BUS485                        INTERNSHIP IN BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION            3 hours     Limit 30
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   Alexander

SPORT MANAGeMeNT
SPT101                        INTRODUCTION TO SPORTS MANAGEMENT                3 hours     Limit 30
 01          -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                                    McNary      AB 202

SPT102                        INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION           1 hour      Limit 15
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   McNary

SPT103                        INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION           1 hour      Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   McNary

SPT104                        INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION           1 hour      Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   McNary

SPT105                        INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION           1 hour      Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                   McNary

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SPT213/HES213               NUTRITION FOR FITNESS AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE                  3 hours            Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   McCulley           AB 203

SPT250                      CASE STUDIES AND READINGS IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT                  1-3 hours          Limit 20
 01        By Arrangement                     03/13/12-05/08/12                             McNary

SPT293                      SPECIAL TOPICS IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT:                            3 hours            Limit 20
                            YOGA AND HEALTHY LIFESTYLE
 10        -M-W-            4:30-5:45PM                                                     McNary             AEROBIC STUDIO

SPT300                      ETHICAL AND LEGAL ISSUES IN SPORTS                              3 hours            Limit 24
 01        -T-              3:20-5:50PM                                                     Brockmeyer         AB 206

SPT320                      SPORTS PSYCHOLOGY                                               3 hours            Limit 24
 01        -M-W-            4:00-5:15PM                                                     Mannion            AB 208

SPT330                      LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE IN SPORTS                             3 hours            Limit 24
 01        -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                                     McNary             AB 202

SPT480                      STRATEGIC MANAGEMENT IN THE SPORTS INDUSTRY                     3 hours            Limit 24
 01        -M-W-            2:30-3:45PM                                                     McNary             AB 202

SPT495                      INTERNSHIP IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT                                 3 hours            Limit 24
 01        By Arrangement                                                                   McNary



                                           MaSter’S	PrOGraM:		accOuntinG
MAC522                      FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING III AND NON-PROFIT 3 hours                      Limit 24
 10        -S-              1:00-5:30PM       01/14/12-03/03/12                              Browning          AB 201

MAC550                      AUDITING                                                        3 hours            Limit 24
 10        -S-              1:00-5:30PM       03/10/12-05/12/12                             Borawski           AB 202
                            (NO CLASS ON 3/24/12 & 4/7/12)

MAC560                      ADVANCED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT COST ACCOUNTING                   3 hours            Limit 24
 10        -S-              8:00-12:30PM      03/10/12-05/12/12                             Staff              AB 201
                            (NO CLASS ON 3/24/12 & 4/7/12)

MAC580                      ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                                   3 hours            Limit 24
 10        -S-              8:00-12:30PM      01/14/12-03/03/12                             Cannon             AB 202




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                                                  BehaviOraL	ScienceS
APPlIeD SOcIOlOGy
SOC100                      SURVEY OF SOCIOLOGY                         3 hours     Limit 25
 01       -M-W-F-       11:00-11:50AM                                   Phelps      EAST 107
 02       -T-R-         9:30-10:45AM                                    Stoelting
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                LIMIT 20                    Black
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

SOC115                      SOCIAL PROBLEMS                             3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-F-          10:00-10:50AM                               Phelps      EAST 318

SOC215                      INTRODUCTION TO APPLIED SOCIOLOGY           3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                 Stoelting   AB 102

SOC235                      SOCIAL STRATIFICATION                       3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -W-              2:30-5:00PM                                 Stoelting   AB 108

SOC293                      SPECIAL TOPICS: DIVERSITY STUDIES           3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-              2:30-5:00PM                                 Phelps      EAST 105

SOC310/PSY310               SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                           3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                               Afful       AB 103

SOC320                      SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER                         3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                               Stoelting   EAST 107

SOC325                      SOCIOLOGY OF DEVIANCE                       3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                Phelps      EAST 106

SOC461                      SOCIOLOGY INTERNSHIP II                     3 hours     Limit 6
 01        By Arrangement                                               Stoelting

PSycHOlOGy
PSY100                      INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY                  3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                               Fousheé     RYAN 419
 02        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                               Bergstrom   EAST 318
 03        -T-R-            2:30-3:15PM                                 Newman      EAST 103
 10        -W-              5:00-9:30PM     03/14/12-05/09/12           Bergstrom   LIBR 6

PSY200                      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                    3 hours     Limit 25
 01       -M-W-F-       10:00-10:50AM                                   Afful       AB 208
 02       -T-R-         9:30-10:45AM                                    Kusto
 03       -T-R-         11:00-12:15PM                                   Studt       LIBR 5
 10       -M-           5:00-9:30PM         03/26/12-05/14/12           Bequette    RYAN 413
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                LIMIT 20                    Afful
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

PSY305                      PERSONALITY PSYCHOLOGY                      3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -W-              2:30-5:00PM                                 Newman      AB 201

PSY310/SOC310               SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY                           3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                               Afful       AB 103

PSY320                      STATISTICS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE       3 hours     Limit 25
 01        -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                 Afful       EAST 101

PSY325                      INTRODUCTION TO CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY         3 hours     Limit 25
 10        -T-              5:30-8:00PM                                 Yates       EAST 103

PSY327                      INDUSTRIAL/ORGANIZATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY        3 hours     Limit 25
 10        -W-              5:30-8:00PM                                 Hennessy    LIBR DLR

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PSY330                        RESEARCH METHODS FOR THE BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES                     3 hours            Limit 15
  01          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                                    Newman             EAST 254

PSY335                        COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY                                             3 hours            Limit 25
  01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                                     Bergstrom

PSY440                        INTERNSHIP IN PSYCHOLOGY                                         3 hours            Limit 6
  (Instructor’s signature required)
  01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

PSY450                        HISTORY AND SYSTEMS OF PSYCHOLOGY                                3 hours            Limit 25
  01          -T-R-           2:00-3:15PM                                                      Fousheé            EAST 318

PSY495                        UNDERGRADUATE RESEARCH IN PSYCHOLOGY                             3 hours            Limit 6
  (Instructor’s signature required)
  01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

PSY497                        SENIOR RESEARCH SEMINAR II                                       3 hours            Limit 10
  01B      -T-                3:30-4:45PM                                                      Fousheé            EAST 106
  BLENDED WEB COURSE



                                             BiOLOGicaL	anD	PhYSicaL	ScienceS
Biological and Physical Science courses are NOT eligible for audit due to limited lab space. An exception to this policy will
only occur when the student has obtained prior approval (signature) from the Department Chair.

BIOlOGIcAl ScIeNceS
BIO108                        INTRODUCTION TO LIFE SCIENCE                                     3 hours            Limit 16   Fee $55
  01          -M-W-           9:00-9:50AM       LECTURE                                        Paine-Saunders     AB 205
              -F-             9:00-10:50AM      LAB                                            Paine-Saunders     AB 305

  02          -M-W-           10:00-10:50AM     LECTURE                                        Paine-Saunders     AB 205
              -W-             1:00-2:50PM       LAB                                            Paine-Saunders     AB 305

  03          -T-R-           10:00-10:50AM     LECTURE                                        Andreoff           AB 205
              -W-             10:00-11:50AM     LAB                                            Andreoff           AB 305

  04          -T-R-           9:30-10:20AM      LECTURE                                        Rapp               RYAN 413
              -R-             10:30-12:20PM     LAB                                            Rapp               AB 305

  05          -T-R-           9:30-10:20AM      LECTURE                                        Rapp               RYAN 413
              -R-             1:00-2:50PM       LAB                                            Rapp               AB 305

 10           -R-             5:00-6:50PM       LECTURE                                        Cole               AB 205
              -R-             7:00-8:50PM       LAB                                            Cole               AB 305

BIO111/CHM111                 SCIENCE LABORATORY                                               1 hour             Limit 16   Fee $55
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 10           -M-            5:00-8:50PM        03/26/12-05/14/12                              Thomasson          AB 305

BIO114                        GENERAL BIOLOGY II                                               4 hours            Limit 18   Fee $55
  01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM      LECTURE                                        Rayhel             LIBR 6
              -T-             11:00-12:50PM     LAB                                            Rayhel             AB 305

BIO220                        ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY I                                         4 hours            Limit 16   Fee $55
  01          -W-F-           9:00-10:15AM      LECTURE                                        Birch              AB 201
              -M-             9:00-10:50AM      LAB                                            Birch              AB 314




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BIO222                        ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY II                    4 hours             Limit 16   Fee $55
 01          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM    LECTURE                      Smith               RYAN 413
             -W-              9:00-10:50AM    LAB                          Smith               AB 314

 02          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM    LECTURE                      Smith               RYAN 413
             -F-              9:00-10:50AM    LAB                          Smith               AB 314

BIO250                        MICROBIOLOGY                                 4 hours             Limit 16   Fee $55
 01 -        T-R-             11:00-12:15PM   LECTURE                      Thomasson           RYAN 413
             -F-              8:00-9:50AM     LAB                          Thomasson           AB 305

 02          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM   LECTURE                      Thomasson           RYAN 413
             -F-              10:00-11:50AM   LAB                          Thomasson           AB 305

BIO306                        INTRODUCTION TO KINESIOLOGY/LAB              4 hours             Limit 16   Fee $55
 01          -T-R-            2:00-3:15PM     LECTURE                      Rayhel              AB 205
             -T-              3:30-5:20PM     LAB                          Rayhel              AB 305

BIO312                        GENETICS                                     3 hours             Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                 Paine-Saunders      AB 208

BIO370                        TEACHING OF SCIENCE IN EARLY CHILDHOOD,      2 hours             Limit 18   Fee $25
                              AND ELEMENTARY
 01          -T-              4:00-6:00PM                                  Stulce              AB 201

BIO413                        DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT-II EXIT EXAM           0 hours             Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          By Arrangement                                                Rayhel

BIO490                        INDEPENDENT STUDY                            1-3 hours           Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                               Staff

BIO495                        DEPARTMENT RESEARCH                          1-4 hours           Limit 4    Fee $55
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                               Thomasson
 02           By Arrangement                                               Rayhel
 03           By Arrangement                                               Paine-Saunders
 04           By Arrangement                                               Truong

cHeMISTRy
CHM108                        GENERAL CHEMISTRY II                         4 hours             Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -M-W-F-          1:00-1:50PM     LECTURE                      Thomasson           AB 201
             -W-              10:00-11:50AM   LAB                          Thomasson           AB 303

CHM111/BIO111                 SCIENCE LABORATORY                           1 hour              Limit 16   Fee $25
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 10           -M-            5:00-8:50PM      03/26/12-05/14/12            Thomasson           AB 305

CHM128                        GENERAL,ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY I   4 hours             Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -T-R-            2:00-3:15PM     LECTURE                      Hamdi               AB 203
             -W-              1:00-2:50PM     LAB                          Hamdi               AB 303

CHM212                        ORGANIC CHEMISTRY II                         4 hours             Limit 16   Fee $55
 01          -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM     LECTURE                      Bookstaver-Ritter   AB 203
             -R-              4:30-8:20PM     LAB                          Bookstaver-Ritter   AB 303

CHM318                        BIOCHEMISTRY                                 3 hours             Limit 24
 01          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                 Paine-Saunders      AB 205




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CHM328                       GENERAL,ORGANIC AND BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY III                     3 hours            Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -M-W-F-         11:00-11:50AM                                                    Birch              AB 208

PHySIcAl ScIeNceS
PHY108                       INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE                                 3 hours            Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -M-W-           11:00-11:50AM     LECTURE   HONORS                               Truong             AB 201
             -T-             2:00-3:50PM       LAB       HONORS                               Truong             AB 307

 02          -M-W-           1:00-1:50PM       LECTURE                                        Truong             RYAN 413
             -T-             4:00-5:50PM       LAB                                            Truong             AB 307

 03          -M-W-           1:00-1:50PM       LECTURE                                        Truong             RYAN 413
             -T-             6:00-7:50PM       LAB                                            Truong             AB 307

PHY210                       COLLEGE PHYSICS II                                               4 hours            Limit 24   Fee $55
 01          -M-W-           2:30-3:45PM       LECTURE                                        Truong             AB 210
             -M-             9:00-10:50AM      LAB                                            Truong             AB 307



                             cOMMunicatiOn	DiSOrDerS	anD	Deaf	eDucatiOn
SPeecH lANGUAGe PATHOlOGy
CDS105                       SPEECH AND LANGUAGE DEVELOPMENT OF THE                           3 hours            Limit 25
                             NORMAL AND EXCEPTIONAL CHILD
 01          -T-R-           12:30-1:45PM                                                     Krekow             EAST 101

CDS211                       THE NATURE OF LANGUAGE                                           3 hours            Limit 25
 01          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                                    Brush              EAST 101

CDS231                       SPEECH SCIENCE                                                   3 hours            Limit 30
 01          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                                    Lewis              EAST 101
 02          -M-W-F-         11:00-11:50AM                                                    Lewis              EAST 101

CDS311                       INTRODUCTION TO LANGUAGE DISORDERS                               3 hours            Limit 25
 01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                                     Shields            EAST 213

CDS313                       ADVANCED CLINICAL METHODS                                        2 hours            Limit 25
 01          -T-R-           12:30-1:20PM                                                     Meyer              EAST 213

CDS340                       PRE-CLINICAL PRACTICUM                                           1 hour             Limit 25
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Meyer

CDS380                       INTRODUCTION TO FLUENCY DISORDERS                                3 hours            Limit 25
 01          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                                    Murphy             EAST 213

CDS414                       AUDITORY REHABILITATION                                          3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -T-R-           4:30-5:45PM                                                      Lewis              AB 208

CDS420                       INTRODUCTION TO VOICE DISORDERS                                  3 hours            Limit 25
 10          -W-             4:30-7:00PM                                                      Winfrey            EAST 103

CDS440                       CLINIC PRACTICUM                                                 3 hours            Limit 25
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -F-            9:00-9:50AM                                                      Meyer              EAST 213




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CDS441                        CLINIC PRACTICUM                                   3 hours     Limit 25
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -F-            9:00-9:50AM                                         Meyer       EAST 213

CDS442                        CLINIC PRACTICUM                                   3 hours     Limit 25
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -F-            9:00-9:50AM                                         Meyer       EAST 213

CDS490                        INDEPENDENT STUDY IN COMMUNICATION DISORDERS       1-3 hours   Limit 25
 01          By Arrangement                                                      Rice

CDS496                        SENIOR SEMINAR                                     3 hours     Limit 25
 01          -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM                                        Murphy      EAST 254

DeAF eDUcATION
DEA210                        PRE-STUDENT TEACHING PRACTICUM DEAF EDUCATION      1 hour      Limit 16
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          -M-              1:00-3:00PM                                        Lewis       EAST 254

DEA300                        TEACHING CHILDREN WHO ARE DEAF                     3 hours     Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                      Lenihan     EAST 106

DEA310/CDS506                 BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE                            2 hours     Limit 15
 10          -M-W-            7:15-8:15PM                                        Staunton    EAST 213

DEA320                        PRE-STUDENT TEACHING PRACTICUM IN DEAF EDUCATION   1 hour      Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          -W-              1:30-3:25PM                                        Lenihan     ST. JOSEPH INSTITUTE

DEA330                        PRE-STUDENT TEACHING PRACTICUM IN DEAF EDUCATION   1 hour      Limit 25
 01          By Arrangement                                                      Gross       ST. JOSEPH INSTITUTE

DEA420                        TEACHING READING IN DEAF EDUCATION                 2 hours     Limit 20
 10          -W-              4:30-6:10PM                                        Lenihan     EAST 254

DEA430                        PARENT COUNSELING IN DEAF EDUCATION                2 hours     Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            1:00-2:40PM      01/17/12-03/09/12                 Gross       ST. JOSEPH INSTITUTE

DEA440                        TEACHING SPEECH TO THE DEAF II                     2 hours     Limit 20
 01          -F-              1:30-3:00PM      01/17/12-03/09/12                 Lewis       ST. JOSEPH INSTITUTE

DEA480                        STUDENT TEACHING IN DEAF EDUCATION                 8 hours     Limit 20
 01          -M-T-W-R-F-      8:00-3:00PM      03/12/12-05/11/12                 Gross       ST. JOSEPH INSTITUTE

DEA481                        FIELD EXPERIENCE IN DEAF EDUCATION                 3-8 hours   Limit 30
 01          By Arrangement                                                      Lenihan

                            MaSter’S	PrOGraMS:	SPeech-LanGuaGe	PathOLOGY	
                              anD	earLY	interventiOn	in	Deaf	eDucatiOn
CDS500                        INTRODUCTION TO RESEARCH METHODS                   3 hours     Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            3:00-4:20PM                                        Russell     EAST 101

CDS506/DEA310                 BEGINNING SIGN LANGUAGE                            1 hour      Limit 15
 10          -M-W-            7:15-8:15PM                                        Staunton    EAST 213

CDS522                        SEMINAR IN CRANIOFACIAL ANOMALIES                  3 hours     Limit 20
 10          -W-              4:30-7:00PM                                        Rice        EAST 213




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CDS526                     SEMINAR IN FLUENCY DISORDERS                                  3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -R-              4:30-7:00PM                                                   Shields            EAST 103

CDS527                     ADULT NEUROGENIC LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE DISORDERS             3 hours            Limit 25
 10       -T-              4:30-7:00PM                                                   Russell            LIBR DLR

CDS534                     SEMINAR IN SOUND SYSTEM DISORDERS                             3 hours            Limit 25
 10       -T-              4:30-7:00PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS537                     ADVANCED PRACTICUM IN EARLY INTERVENTION                      1-3 hours          Limit 30
                           IN DEAF EDUCATION
 01       By Arrangement                                                                 Lenihan            OFFICE

CDS538                     ADVANCED PRACTICUM IN EARLY INTERVENTION                      1-3 hours          Limit 30
                           IN DEAF EDUCATION
 01       By Arrangement                                                                 Lenihan            OFFICE

CDS539                     ADVANCED PRACTICUM IN EARLY INTERVENTION                      1-3 hours          Limit 30
                           IN DEAF EDUCATION
 01       By Arrangement                                                                 Lenihan            OFFICE

CDS540                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30   Fee $75
 01       -F-              9:00-9:50AM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS541                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              9:00-9:50AM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS542                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              9:00-9:50AM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS543                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              1:00-1:50PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS544                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              1:00-1:50PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS545                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              1:00-1:50PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS546                     ADVANCED CLINIC PRACTICUM (SLP)                               1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              1:00-1:50PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS547                     PUBLIC SCHOOL PRACTICUM (SLP)                                 1 hour             Limit 30
 01       -F-              1:00-1:50PM                                                   Meyer              EAST 213

CDS560                     CLINICAL RESEARCH COMMUNICATION DISORDERS                     3 hours            Limit 30
 01       By Arrangement                                                                 Rice               OFFICE

CDS565                     DIRECTED READINGS COMMUNICATION DISORDERS                     1 hour             Limit 30
 01       By Arrangement                                                                 Rice               OFFICE
 02       By Arrangement                                                                 Lenihan            OFFICE

CDS566/EDU566              LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN LEARNERS “AT RISK”                   3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -M-              4:30-7:00PM                                                   Rice               EAST 101




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CDS567/EDU567                COMMUNICATION AND BEHAVIOR: AN INTERNATIONAL       3 hours         Limit 2
                             PERSPECTIVE CANTERBURY, ENGLAND
  MEETINGS ON CAMPUS PRIOR TO TRIP
  01        -W-          3:00-4:15PM     01/25/12                               Rice/Gray       EAST 254
             -W-         3:00-4:15PM     02/22/12
            -W-          3:00-4:15PM     03/28/12
            -W-          3:00-4:15PM     04/18/12
            -W-          3:00-4:15PM     05/02/12
  SCHOOLS/SEMINARS IN CANTERBURY, ENGLAND TBA

CDS570                       COMPREHENSIVE GRADUATE SEMINAR IN                  1 hour          Limit 30
                             COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
  (P/NP grade option only)
  01          -M-            2:30-3:20PM                                        Shields         EAST 101
  02          -M-            3:30-4:20PM                                        Shields         EAST 101

CDS571                       COMPREHENSIVE GRADUATE SEMINAR IN EARLY            1 hour          Limit 30
                             INTERVENTION IN DEAF EDUCATION
 (P/NP grade option only)
 10          -T-             4:30-6:20PM     01/17/12                           Lenihan         EAST 254
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     02/07/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     02/28/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     03/06/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     03/27/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     04/03/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     04/24/12
             -T-             4:30-6:20PM     05/08/12

CDS577                       CLINICAL ASPECTS OF DYSPHAGIA                      3 hours         Limit 25
 10           -M-            4:30-7:00PM                                        Russell         EAST 103

CDS584                       SEMINAR AND PRACTICUM IN TEACHING SPEECH           2 hours         Limit 20
                             IN DEAF EDUCATION
 10           -T-            4:30-6:20PM     01/24/12                           McDermott       EAST 254
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     01/31/12
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     02/14/12
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     02/21/12
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     03/13/12
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     04/17/12
              -T-            4:30-6:20PM     05/01/12


                                            eDucatiOn/SPeciaL	eDucatiOn
Students enrolled in clinical experiences, practicums and student teaching must consult with the department in regard to
background checks required by participating school districts.

EDU120                       PSYCHOLOGY OF THE EXCEPTIONAL CHILD                3 hours         Limit 22
 01           -T-R-          8:00-9:15AM                                        VanDycke        EAST 103
 02           -M-W-          9:30-10:45AM                                       Anthony         EAST 106
 10           -M-            4:30-7:00PM                                        Staff           AB 108

EDU200                       INTRODUCTION TO CLASSROOM TEACHING — ELEMENTARY    3 hours         Limit 25
  01         -T-          1:15-4:15PM                                           Failoni         BRENTWOOD
  MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
  FOR EARLY CHILDHOOD, ELEMENTARY AND SPECIAL EDUCATION MAJORS
  30 HOURS ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION REQUIRED

EDU201                       INTRODUCTION TO CLASSROOM TEACHING —               3 hours         Limit 25
                             MIDDLE/SECONDARY
  01        -T-          2:00-4:45PM                                            Gwydir          BRENTWOOD
  MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
  FOR MIDDLE/SECONDARY MAJORS
  30 HOURS ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION REQUIRED

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EDU206                     EDUCATION OF STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS                          3 hours            Limit 25
 01        -W-          3:00-6:00PM                                                          VanDycke           BRENTWOOD
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
 30 HOURS ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION REQUIRED

EDU222                     EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGY                                            3 hours            Limit 25
 01         -M-W-F-        10:00-10:50AM                                                     Gwydir             EAST 213

EDU223                     INTRODUCTION TO CLASSROOM ASSESSMENT                              3 hours            Limit 25
 01         -M-W-F-        8:00-8:50AM                                                       Schwarting         EAST 213

EDU234                     PHILOSOPHICAL FOUNDATIONS OF EDUCATION                            3 hours            Limit 25
 01         -T-R-          8:00-9:15AM                                                       Schmitz            EAST 213
 02         -M-W-          1:00-2:15PM                                                       Schmitz            EAST 213

EDU240                     LITERATURE FOR CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS                           2 hours            Limit 20
 01         -M-W-          1:00-1:50PM                                                       Staff              EAST 106

EDU245                     LANGUAGE ARTS METHODS                                             3 hours            Limit 25
 10         -R-            4:30-7:00PM                                                       Mitchell-Pierce    LIBR 5

EDU263                     METHODS OF TEACHING READING AND LANGUAGE ARTS                     6 hours            Limit 8
 01         -M-W-F-        9:00-10:45AM                                                      Barger             EAST 105

EDU301                     TEACHER EDUCATION AT FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY                         0 hours            Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 MEETING DATES ON CAMPUS
 10B         -W-          4:30-5:30PM         01/18/12                                       Gwydir             EAST 105
             -W-          4:30-5:30PM         01/25/12
             -W-          4:30-5:30PM         02/08/12
 BLENDED WEB COURSE

EDU301                     TEACHER EDUCATION AT FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY                         0 hours            Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 MEETING DATES ON CAMPUS
 11B         -W-          4:30-5:30PM         03/21/12                                       Gwydir             EAST 105
             -W-          4:30-5:30PM         03/28/12
             -W-          4:30-5:30PM         04/11/12
 BLENDED WEB COURSE

EDU306                     ANALYSIS AND CORRECTION OF READING DIFFICULTIES                   3 hours            Limit 25
 01        -T-R-       8:00-9:15AM                                                           Staff              EAST 106
 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH EDU310

EDU307                     METHODS OF TEACHING EARLY CHILDHOOD                               3 hours            Limit 25
                           SPECIAL EDUCATION
 01         -M-W-          2:30-3:45PM                                                       Schwarting         EAST 106

EDU309                     METHODS OF SPECIAL EDUCATION II                                   2 hours            Limit 30
 01         -T-R-          3:30-4:45PM                                                       VanDycke           LIBR 6

EDU310                     READING METHODS PRACTICUM-ELEMENTARY                              2 hours            Limit 15
 01        -T-         12:30-1:45PM                                                          Staff              EAST 106
 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH EDU306

EDU314                     PRACTICUM IN TEACHING STUDENTS WITH DISABILITIES                  3 hours            Limit 20
 01         By Arrangement                                                                   VanDycke
 02         By Arrangement (ECSE-STUDENTS ONLY)                                              Schwarting




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EDU320/EDU520           TRANSITION/CAREER EDUCATION FOR INDIVIDUALS       2 hours      Limit 24
                        WITH DISABILITIES
 10        -R-          4:30-6:00PM                                       Staff        EAST 106

EDU333                  MULTISENSORY METHODS                              2 hours      Limit 25
 01        -M-W-        11:00-11:50AM                                     Prince       LIBR 5
 10        -M-          4:30-6:10PM                                       Prince       EAST 306

EDU338                  EMERGENT LITERACY ACROSS THE CURRICULUM           2 hours      Limit 25
 01        -M-W-        1:00-1:50PM                                       Barger       RYAN 301

EDU350                  METHODS OF TEACHING READING IN THE CONTENT AREA   2 hours      Limit 20
 01        -M-W-       11:00-11:50AM                                      Staff        EAST 106
 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH EDU360

EDU355                  ANALYSIS AND CORRECTION OF MATH DIFFICULTIES      2 hours      Limit 22
 01        -M-W-        11:00-11:50AM                                     Tuckey       EAST 105

EDU360                  READING METHODS PRACTICUM-MIDDLE AND SECONDARY    3 hours      Limit 30
 01        -T-          3:30- 4:45PM                                      Staff        EAST 103
 MUST BE TAKEN CONCURRENTLY WITH EDU350
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU373                  EDUCATING TOWARD A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE             2 hours      Limit 20
 01        -M-W-        2:30-3:20PM                                       Schmitz      EAST 213

EDU392                  ASSESSMENT OF ABILITY AND ACHIEVEMENT             3 hours      Limit 6
 10        -T-          4:30-7:00PM                                       McGinn       EAST 318

EDU394/EDU595           SPECIAL EDUCATION COUNSELING                      3 hours      Limit 25
 10        -M-          7:05-9:35PM                                       Anthony      EAST 103

EDU400                  CLASSROOM/BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT                     3 hours      Limit 20
 FOR ELEMENTARY, SPECIAL EDUCATION/DEAF EDUCATION STUDENTS
 01        -T-R-         11:00-12:15PM                                    Anthony      EAST 105

EDU400/EDU500           CLASSROOM/BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT                     3 hours      Limit 20
 FOR ELEMENTARY, SPECIAL EDUCATION/DEAF EDUCATION STUDENTS
 10        -R-           4:30-7:00PM                                      Anthony      EAST 213

EDU401                  CLASSROOM/BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT MIDDLE              3 hours      Limit 20
                        AND SECONDARY
 01        -T-R-        2:00-3:15PM                                       Wolff        EAST 213
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION
 30 HOURS ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION REQUIRED

EDU410                  PLANNING FOR INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT—          2 hours      Limit 25
                        ELEMENTARY AND SPECIAL EDUCATION
 01        -M-W-        1:00-1:50PM                                       Schwarting   EAST 105

EDU447                  PLANNING FOR INSTRUCTION AND ASSESSMENT—          3 hours      Limit 25
                        MIDDLE AND SECONDARY
 01        -W-          2:00-4:45PM                                       Wolff        LIBR 5
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU450                  STUDENT TEACHING AT THE ELEMENTARY LEVEL          2-16 hours   Limit 30   Fee $50
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                        Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION




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EDU451                      STUDENT TEACHING AT THE SECONDARY LEVEL                                        8-16 hours            Limit 30         Fee $50
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                                                         Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU452                      STUDENT TEACHING AT PRESCHOOL—K LEVEL                                          8-16 hours            Limit 30         Fee $50
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                                                         Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU453                      STUDENT TEACHING IN EARLY CHILDHOOD                                            6-8 hours             Limit 30         Fee $50
                            SPECIAL EDUCATION
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                                                         Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU455                      STUDENT TEACHING IN THE MILD-MODERATE                                          8-16 hours            Limit 30         Fee $50
                            CROSS-CATEGORICAL SPECIAL EDUCATION
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                                                         Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU456                      STUDENT TEACHING AT THE MIDDLE SCHOOL                                          10-16 hours           Limit 30         Fee $50
 01        -M-T-W-R-F- 8:00-4:00PM                                                                         Tuckey
 INCLUDES HALF-DAY SEMINAR ON FRIDAYS FROM 1:00 – 3:30 PM
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU460                      ELEMENTARY FIELD EXPERIENCE                                                    8-10 hours            Limit 30
 01        By Arrangement                                                                                  Tuckey
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU461                      SECONDARY FIELD EXPERIENCE                                                     8-10 hours            Limit 30
 01        By Arrangement                                                                                  Tuckey
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU465                      SPECIAL EDUCATION FIELD EXPERIENCE                                             8-10 hours            Limit 30
 01        By Arrangement                                                                                  Tuckey
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU466                      MIDDLE SCHOOL FIELD EXPERIENCE                                                 8-10 hours            Limit 30
 01        By Arrangement               Tuckey
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU499/EDU599               FONTBONNE INSTITUTE: DIFFERENTIATION IN                                        1-2 hours             Limit 50
                            MATHEMATICS—K-12
 (P/NP grade option only)
 10          -S-          8:30-3:30PM    02/25/12                                                          Staff
 ADDITIONAL SESSIONS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT

EDU499/EDU599HST494/HON494 SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT                                              3 hours               Limit 25
                      PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY: THE CASE OF
                      BOSNIA/HERZEGOVINA
                                                                                                            Haviv                 AB 203
 11B        -F-             5:00-9:00PM            03/02/12
            -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/03/12
            -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/10/12
           “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
            recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.




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                                      MaSter’S	PrOGraM:	eDucatiOn
EDU500/EDU400           BEHAVIOR MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES                3 hours       Limit 20
 10        -R-          4:30-7:00PM                                   Anthony       EAST 213

EDU520/EDU320           TRANSITION/CAREER EDUCATION FOR INDIVIDUALS   2 hours       Limit 24
                        WITH DISABILITIES
 10        -R-          4:30-6:00PM                                   Staff         EAST 106

EDU528                  DIFFERENTIATED INSTRUCTION                    3 hours       Limit 25
 10B      -M-           4:30-7:00PM                                   Gray          EAST 213
 BLENDED WEB COURSE

EDU529                  POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS                  3 hours       Limit 25
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                          Gray
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU530                  UNDERSTANDING THE DIVERSE LEARNER             3 hours       Limit 25
 10        -T-          7:05-9:35PM                                   Loiterstein   EAST 213

EDU531                  THE CONTEMPORARY CLASSROOM                    3 hours       Limit 30
 10        -R-          7:05-9:35PM                                   Ford          EAST 213
 30 HOURS ADDITIONAL OBSERVATION REQUIRED
 MUST SEE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT FOR REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION

EDU541                  FRAMEWORKS FOR LEARNING                       3 hours       Limit 25
 10       -W-           4:30-7:00PM                                   Karr          EAST101
 20       ONLINE Arrangement           LIMIT 20                       Baldwin
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU542                  THE TEACHER AS LEADER                         3 hours       Limit 25
 10       -R-           4:30-7:00PM                                   Furjes        RYAN 301
 20       ONLINE Arrangement           LIMIT 20                       Furjes
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU543                  CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN EDUCATION              3 hours       Limit 25
 10        -W-          7:05-9:35PM                                   Wight         EAST 103

EDU544                  ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT                       2 hours       Limit 6
 10        -M-          7:05-9:35PM    01/23/12                       Staff         EAST 254
           -M-          7:05-9:35PM    01/30/12
           -M-          7:05-9:35PM    02/06/12
           -M-          7:05-9:35PM    02/13/12
           -M-          7:05-9:35PM    02/27/12

 11        -T-          7:05-9:35PM    01/24/12                       Staff
           -T-          7:05-9:35PM    01/31/12
           -T-          7:05-9:35PM    02/07/12
           -T-          7:05-9:35PM    02/14/12
           -T-          7:05-9:35PM    02/21/12

 20       ONLINE Arrangement           LIMIT 6                        Barger
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU549                  FOUNDATIONS OF READING INSTRUCTION            3 hours       Limit 25
 10       -W-           4:30-7:00PM                                   Christensen   AB 203
 20       ONLINE Arrangement           LIMIT 20                       Christensen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU550                  READING AND WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM     3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                          Christensen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED


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EDU551                       LITERATURE-BASED READING FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS                    3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Barger
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU553                       ASSESSMENT AND TEACHING OF STUDENTS WITH                         3 hours            Limit 20
                             READING DIFFICULTIES
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Christensen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU556                       WRITING ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION                               3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Baker
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU557                       TEACHING GRAMMAR WITHIN THE WRITING PROCESS                      3 hours            Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Krekeler
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU566/CDS566                LANGUAGE AND LITERACY IN LEARNERS “AT RISK”                      3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -M-             4:30-7:00PM                                                      Rice               EAST 101

EDU567/CDS567                COMMUNICATION AND BEHAVIOR: AN INTERNATIONAL                     3 hours            Limit 2
                             PERSPECTIVE CANTERBURY, ENGLAND
 MEETINGS ON CAMPUS PRIOR TO TRIP
 01        -W-          3:00-4:15PM     01/25/12                                              Rice/Gray          EAST 254
           -W-          3:00-4:15PM     02/22/12
           -W-          3:00-4:15PM     03/28/12
           -W-          3:00-4:15PM     04/18/12
           -W-          3:00-4:15PM     05/02/12
 SCHOOLS/SEMINARS IN CANTERBURY, ENGLAND     TBA

EDU583                       PRACTICUM IN DIAGNOSIS OF READING DIFFICULTIES                   3 hours            Limit 10
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Staff
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU584                       PRACTICUM IN THE REMEDIATION OF READING DIFFCULTIES II 3 hours                      Limit 10
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                                     Staff
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU585                       EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -M-           7:05-9:35PM                                                           Staff              EAST 101
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Schwarting
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU586                       STUDIES IN DISABILITY AND EXCEPTIONALITY                         3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -W-             7:05-9:35PM                                                      Gray               EAST 254

EDU587                       DIRECTED READING IN EDUCATION AND DISABILITY                     1-3 hours          Limit 5
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Gray

EDU591                       EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT                         3 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                                Schwarting
 (FOR READING CERTIFICATION ONLY)
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU592/EDU392                ASSESSMENT OF ABILITY AND ACHIEVEMENT                            3 hours            Limit 6
 10          -T-             4:30-7:00PM                                                      McGinn             EAST 318

EDU595/EDU394                COUNSELING TECHNIQUES                                            3 hours            Limit 25
 10          -M-             7:05-9:35PM                                                      Anthony            EAST 103


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EDU597                        THE INSTRUCTIONAL PROCESS                                                      3 hours               Limit 25
 10          -T-              4:30-7:00PM                                                                    Wolff                 RYAN 301

EDU599/EDU499                 FONTBONNE INSTITUTE: DIFFERENTIATION                                           1-2 hours             Limit 50
                              IN MATHEMATICS—K-12
 (P/NP grade option only)
 10          -S-          8:30-3:30PM    02/25/12                                                            Staff
 ADDITIONAL SESSIONS REQUIRED FOR CREDIT

EDU599/EDU499/ HST494/HON494/ SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT PERSPECTIVES 3 hours                                              Limit 25
                       ON HISTORY: THE CASE OF BOSNIA/HERZEGOVINA
 11B          -F-             5:00-9:00PM            03/02/12                                                 Haviv                 AB 203
              -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/03/12
              -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/10/12
             “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
              recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

                                                  enGLiSh	anD	cOMMunicatiOn	
BROADcASTING
BDC230                        ANNOUNCING I                                                                   3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC250                        BROADCAST MARKETING I                                                          3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC260                        ELECTRONIC JOURNALISM                                                          3 hours               Limit 20
 01          -M-              8:30-11:00AM                                                                                         Broadcast

BDC330                        ANNOUNCING II                                                                  3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC350                        BROADCAST MARKETING II                                                         3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC370                        ANNOUNCING III                                                                 3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC440                        PRODUCTION II                                                                  3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC470                        ANNOUNCING IV                                                                  3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC480                        ANNOUNCING V                                                                   3 hours               Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                                        Broadcast

BDC492                        INTERNSHIP IN BROADCASTING                                                     1 hour                Limit 20
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                                 Baugh

cOMMUNIcATION
COM102                        PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                                3 hours               Limit 20
 01          -M-W-F-          9:00-9:50AM                                                                    Meyer                 EAST 107
 02          -M-W-F-          10:00-10:50AM                                                                  Meyer                 EAST 107
 03          -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM                                                                    Sullivan              FA 220
 10          -T-              6:00-10:30PM           03/13/12-05/18/12                                       Staff                 AB 210




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COM103                       INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                                      3 hours            Limit 25
 01          -M-W-F-         9:00-9:50AM                                                      Brownfield         AB 103
 02          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                                    Brownfield         AB 103

 20       ONLINE Arrangement                   LIMIT 20                                       Baugh
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

 21       ONLINE Arrangement                   LIMIT 20                                       Baugh
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

COM208                       NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP I                                             1-3 hours          Limit 20
 01          -R-             3:30-6:00PM                                                      Sommer             EAST 301
 02          -R-             3:30-6:00PM       03/8/12-05/10/12                               Sommer             EAST 301

COM209                       NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP II                                            1-3 hours          Limit 20
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -R-            3:30-6:00PM                                                      Sommer             EAST 301
 02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM       03/8/12-05/10/12                               Sommer             EAST 301

COM308                       STUDIES IN EDITORIAL LEADERSHIP                                  1-3 hours          Limit 20
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -R-            3:30-6:00PM                                                      Sommer             EAST 301
 02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM       03/8/12-05/10/12                               Sommer             EAST 301

COM350                       ORGANIZATIONAL COMMUNICATION                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -M-W-F-         11:00-11:50AM                                                    Collins            AB 102

COM351                       SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION                                        3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -M-W-           2:30-3:45PM                                                      Meyer              EAST 107

COM360                       PRACTICUM IN PUBLIC RELATIONS                                    1-3 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Baugh

COM361                       PRACTICUM IN COMMUNICATION                                       1-3 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Baugh

COM430                       ARGUMENTATION AND DEBATE                                         3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -W-             6:00-8:30PM                                                      Partney            EAST 306

COM450                       INTERNSHIP IN PUBLIC RELATIONS                                   1-3 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Baugh

COM451                       INTERNSHIP IN COMMUNICATION                                      1-6 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Baugh

COM494                       SPECIAL TOPICS: NEW MEDIA                                        3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-           2:00-3:15PM                                                      Baugh              EAST 107

COM495                       SENIOR SEMINAR IN COMMUNICATION                                  3 hours            Limit 12
 01          -T-R-           3:30-4:45PM       SOCIAL SCIENCES                                Baugh              EAST 107
 02          -M-W-F-         1:00-1:50PM       QUALITATIVE                                    Meyer              EAST 107




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eNGlISH
ENG095                       COLLEGE WRITING SKILLS                                                         3 hours                Limit 15
 01          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                                                  Staff                  AB 210

ENG101                       COMPOSITION I                                                                  3 hours                Limit 15
 01          -M-W-F-         9:00-9:50AM                                                                    Willoughby             AB 108
 02          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                                                  Willoughby             AB 108

ENG102                       COMPOSITION II                                                                 3 hours                Limit 15
 01          -M-W-F-          10:00-10:50AM          HONORS                                                   Staff                LIBR 5
              “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have
             the recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

 02          -M-W-F-         11:00-11:50AM                                                                  Staff                  AB 210
 03          -M-W-F-         1:00-1:50PM                                                                    Oliverio               AB 205
 04          -M-W-           2:30-3:45PM                                                                    Oliverio               AB 205
 05          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                                                   Staff                  AB 210
 06          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                                                  Sanchez                AB 205

 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                                Sanchez
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

ENG120                       INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE                                                     3 hours                Limit 30
 01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                                                   Staff                  AB 203
 02          -M-W-F-         10:00-10:50AM                                                                  Staff                  AB 201
 10          -R-             6:30-9:00PM                                                                    Staff                  AB 203
 11          -W-             6:00-10:30PM           03/14/12-05/09/12                                       Staff                  AB 108

ENG201                       BUSINESS WRITING                                                               3 hours                Limit 20
 01          -T-R-           9:30-10:45AM                                                                   Sanchez                AB 201

ENG208                       NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP I                                                           1-3 hours              Limit 20
 01          -R-             3:30-6:00PM                                                                    Sommer                 EAST 301
 02          -R-             3:30-6:00PM            03/8/12-05/10/12                                        Sommer                 EAST 301

ENG209                       NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP II                                                          1-3 hours              Limit 20
 01          -R-             3:30-6:00PM                                                                    Sommer                 EAST 301
 02          -R-             3:30-6:00PM            03/8/12-05/10/12                                        Sommer                 EAST 301

ENG220                       INTRODUCTION TO WOMEN’S LITERATURE                                             3 hours                Limit 20
 01          -T-             2:00-3:15PM                                                                    Oliverio               AB 201

ENG241                       SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE II                                                3 hours                Limit 30
 01          -M-W-F-         11:00-11:50AM                                                                  Moore                  AB 203

ENG261                       AMERICAN LITERARY TRADITION: SINCE WHITMAN                                     3 hours                Limit 30
 01          -T-R-           11:00-12:15PM                                                                  Oliverio               AB 201

ENG293                       SPECIAL TOPICS IN ENGLISH: MODES OF NARRATIVE                                  3 hours                Limit 20
 10          -R-             6:30-9:00PM                                                                    Sommer                 EAST 301

ENG308                       STUDIES IN EDITORIAL LEADERSHIP                                                1-3 hours              Limit 20
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           -R-            3:30-6:00PM                                                                    Sommer                 EAST 301
 02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM            03/8/12-05/10/12                                        Sommer                 EAST 301

ENG310                       JOURNALISM: FEATURE WRITING AND THE INTERVIEW                                  3 hours                Limit 20
 10          -W-             6:00-8:30PM                                                                    Sanchez                AB 102

ENG321                       SHAKESPEARE’S TRAGEDIES                                                        3 hours                Limit 25
 01          -M-W-           3:00-4:15PM                                                                    Moore                  EAST 103




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ENG360                        PRACTICUM IN PUBLIC RELATIONS                                   1-6 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

ENG388                        TEACHING WRITING                                                3 hours            Limit 5
 01          By Arrangement                                                                   Staff

ENG450                        INTERNSHIP IN PUBLIC RELATIONS                                  1-6 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

ENG451                        INTERNSHIP IN ENGLISH                                           1-6 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

ENG484                        PRACTICUM/INTERNSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL WRITING                    1-6 hours          Limit 10
 (P/NP grade option only)
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                                  Staff

ENG496                        SENIOR SEMINAR                                                  3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -T-              6:00-8:30PM                                                     Moore              LIBR 5

FOReIGN lANGUAGe
SPN102                        INTRODUCTION TO SPANISH II                                      3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Staff              AB 110

BON101                        INTRODUCTION TO BOSNIAN I                                       3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-             11:00-12:15PM                                                  Staff              LIBR DLR

BON102                        INTRODUCTION TO BOSNIAN AND CROATIAN II                         3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Staff              LIBR DLR

INTeNSIVe eNGlISH PROGRAM
ESL061                        BEGINNING READING                                               3 hours            NO Limit
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Vardzigulova       STJO 01

ESL062                        BEGINNING WRITING                                               3 hours            NO Limit
 01          -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                                                   Gravot             STJO 01

ESL063                        BEGINNING LISTENING                                             4 hours            NO Limit
 01          -M-W-F-          9:00-9:50AM      LECTURE                                        Herrmann           STJO 01
             -M-              4:30-5:20PM      LAB                                            Herrmann           RYAN 303

ESL064                        BEGINNING SPEAKING                                              3 hours            NO Limit
 01          -M-W-            2:30-3:45PM                                                     Myers              STJO 01

ESL065                        BEGINNING GRAMMAR                                               2 hours            NO Limit
 01          -T-R-            2:30-3:20PM                                                     Gravot             STJO 01

ESL071                        INTERMEDIATE READING                                            3 hours            NO Limit
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Wagner             EAST 306

ESL072                        INTERMEDIATE WRITING                                            3 hours            NO Limit
 01          -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                                                   Liu                EAST 306




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ESL073                 INTERMEDIATE LISTENING                                   4 hours        NO Limit
  01        -M-W-F-    9:00-9:50AM        LECTURE                               Wagner         EAST 306
            -T-        4:30-5:20PM        LAB                                   Wagner         RYAN 309

ESL074                 INTERMEDIATE SPEAKING                                    3 hours        NO Limit
  01        -M-W-      2:30-3:45PM                                              Myers          EAST 306

ESL075                 INTERMEDIATE GRAMMAR                                     2 hours        NO Limit
  01        -T-R-      2:30-3:20PM                                              Myers          EAST 306

ESL081                 ADVANCED READING                                         3 hours        NO Limit
  01        -T-R-      11:00-12:15PM                                            Vardzigulova   STJO 01

ESL082                 ADVANCED WRITING                                         3 hours        NO Limit
  01        -M-W-F-    1:00-1:50PM                                              Wagner         EAST 306

ESL083                 ADVANCED LISTENING                                       4 hours        NO Limit
  01        -M-W-F-    10:00-10:50AM      LECTURE                               Anderson       EAST 306
            -W-        4:30-5:20PM        LAB                                   Anderson       RYAN 303

ESL084                 ADVANCED SPEAKING                                        3 hours        NO Limit
  01        -T-R-      1:00-2:15PM                                              Anderson       STJO 01

ESL085                 ADVANCED GRAMMAR                                         2 hours        NO Limit
  01        -T-R-      2:30-3:20PM                                              Schafers       RYAN 412

ESL091                 SPECIAL TOPICS: IDIOMS                                   1 hour         NO Limit
  01        -M-        10:00-10:50AM                                            Vardzigulova   STJO 01

ESL091                 SPECIAL TOPICS: AMERICAN CULTURE                         2 hours        NO Limit
  01        -W-F-      10:00-10:50AM                                            Vardzigulova   STJO 01



                                                     fine	artS															
ART100,101,200         BEGINNING DRAWING                                        3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $60
  01        -M-W-      9:00-11:30AM                                             Carlos         FA 110

ART111                 DESIGN II                                                3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $40
  01        -M-W-      1:00-3:30PM                                              Lamb           FA 231

ART155                 ART APPRECIATION                                         3 hours
  01        -M-W-      10:00-11:15AM      LIMIT 25                              Lamb           LIBR 6
  02        -T-R-      11:00-12:15PM      LIMIT 15                              Staff          FA 237

ART161                 ART HISTORY SURVEY II                                    3 hours        Limit 25
  01        -T-R-      9:30-10:45AM                                             Staff          LIBR 5

ART200,201,300,301,400,401,500 DRAWING                                          3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $65
  02        -M-W-      1:00-3:30PM                                              Wang           FA 110

ART210,212,310,312,410,412,510 PAINTING                                         3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $65
  01        -T-R-      1:00-3:30PM                                              Liddy          FA 114
  02        -M-W-      4:00-6:30PM                                              Liddy          FA 114

ART215,315,415         GRAPHIC DESIGN II                                        3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $60
  01        -T-R-      1:00-3:30PM                                              Douglas        FA 230

ART216,316,416,516     FIBERS                                                   3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $60
 10         -T-R-      7:00-9:30PM                                              Suarez-Reid    FA 104

ART220,221,320,321,420,421,520 SCULPTURE                                        3 hours        Limit 15   Fee $75
  01        -M-W-      4:00-6:30PM                                              Knickmeyer     FA 104

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ART230,231,330,331,430,431,530 METALSMITHING                                                  3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $75
 10          -M-W-            7:00-9:30PM                                                     Fetter             FA 104

ART240,241,340,341,440,441,540 CERAMICS                                                       3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $60
  01         -M-W-            9:00-11:30AM                                                    Talasek            FA 121
  02         -T-R-            4:00-6:30PM                                                     Talasek            FA 121

ART280,281,380,381,480,481,580 PHOTOGRAPHY                                                    3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $75
  01         -M-W-            1:00-3:30PM                                                     Schilling          FA 230

ART302,402,502                DESIGNING FOR THE WEB                                           3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $60
  01         -T-R-            4:00-6:30PM                                                     Douglas            FA 230

ART304,404,504                OIL PAINTING TECHNIQUES                                         3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $65
  01         -T-R-            10:30-1:00PM                                                    Wang               FA 114

ART308,408,508                LIFE SIZE DRAWING                                               3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $65
  01         -T-R-            8:00-10:30AM                                                    Wang               FA 110

ART309,409,509                DRAWING BOOKMAKING                                              3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $65
 10          -M-W-            7:00-9:30PM                                                     Liddy              FA 231

ART393                        JUNIOR SYNTHESIS                                                3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $35
  01         -T-              1:00-3:30PM                                                     Douglas            FA 231

ART494/ART594                 SPECIAL TOPICS: STONE AND WOOD CARVING                          3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $75
  01         -T-R-            10:30-1:00PM                                                    Knickmeyer         FA 104

ART494/ART594                 SPECIAL TOPICS: SURREALISM                                      3 hours            Limit 15
 10          -T-R-            6:30-7:45PM                                                     Holder             FA 231

ART590                        GRADUATE SEMINAR AND CRITIQUE                                   3 hours            Limit 15     Fee $40
 01          -W-              2:30-4:00PM      SCULPTURE                                      Knickmeyer         FA 104
 02          -F-              1:30-3:00PM      PAINTING/DRAWING                               Liddy              FA 110
 10          -M-              4:00-5:30PM      PAINTING/DRAWING                               Wang               FA 114
 11          -T-              6:30-8:00PM      CERAMICS                                       Talasek            FA 121

MUSIc
MUS106                        AMERICAN POPULAR MUSIC                                          3 hours            Limit 25
  01         -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Failoni            LIBR 6

MUS108                        MUSIC APPRECIATION                                              3 hours            Limit 25
 10          -W-              5:30-10:00PM     01/18/12-03/07/12                              Failoni            LIBR 6

PeRFORMING ARTS
PER101                        THEATRE APPRECIATION                                            3 hours            Limit 18
  01         -T-R-            2:00-3:15PM                                                     Staff              FA 220
  02         -M-W-            3:00-5:30PM      03/14/12-05/09/12                              Sullivan           LIBR DLR

PER131,231,331,431            THEATRE SYNTHESIS                                               1 hour             NO Limit     Fee $27
  01         -F-              11:00-11:45AM                                                   Jent/Staff         FA THEATRE

PER212                        ORAL INTERPRETATION LITERATURE                                  3 hours            Limit 18
  01         -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Hand               FA 220

PER271/371                    PRACTICUM IN TECHNICAL THEATRE                                  1-3 hours          Limit 30
  01         By Arrangement                                                                   Sullivan           OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS

PER273/373                    PRACTICUM IN ARTS MANAGEMENT                                    1-3 hours          Limit 30
  01         By Arrangement                                                                   Jent               OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS


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PER314                     MULTICULTURAL EXPERIENCES IN PERFORMANCE             3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                         Jent            FA 220

PER376                     MAJOR PRODUCTION                                     1-3 hours       NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent            OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS

PER441                     DEVELOPMENT OF DRAMATIC ART: GREEK TO 19TH CENTURY   3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                         Sullivan        FA 220

PER449/PER546              SPECIAL TOPICS: CHEKHOV ACTING                       3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -W-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Staff           FA THEATRE

PER449/PER549              SPECIAL TOPICS: LIGHTING DESIGN                      3 hours         Limit 18
 02       -R-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Sullivan        FA 220

PER461                     INTERNSHIP IN THEATRE PERFORMANCE                    1-6 hours       NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent            OFFICE/ OFF CAMPUS

PER462                     INTERNSHIP IN TECHNICAL THEATRE                      1-6 hours       NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Sullivan        OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS

PER464                     PRODUCTION AND STAGE MANAGEMENT                      3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -T-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Jent            FA 220

PER490                     INDEPENDENT STUDY IN THEATRE                         1-3 hours       NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent/Sullivan   OFFICE /OFF CAMPUS



                                    MaSter’S	PrOGraM:	PerfOrMinG	artS
PER518                     ADVANCED DIRECTING                                   3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -M-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Jent            FA 220

PER546/PER449              SPECIAL TOPICS: CHEKHOV ACTING                       3 hours         Limit 18
 01       -W-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Staff           FA THEATRE

PER549/PER449              SPECIAL TOPICS: LIGHTING DESIGN                      3 hours         Limit 18
 02       -R-              4:00-6:30PM                                          Sullivan        FA 220

PER560                     INTERNSHIP                                           1-6 hours       NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent            OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS

PER590                     INDEPENDENT STUDY IN THEATRE                         2 hours         NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent            OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS

PER595                     MASTER’S THESIS                                      3 hours         NO Limit
 01       By Arrangement                                                        Jent            OFFICE/OFF CAMPUS




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                                           hiStOrY,	PhiLOSOPhY,	anD	reLiGiOn		
GeOGRAPHy
GGY205                      CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY                                                            3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -T-R-            4:30-5:45PM                                                                   Ware                  AB 203

GOVeRNMeNT
GOV101                      UNITED STATES AND MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONS                                      1 hour                Limit 25
 10        -W-              6:00-8:30PM           01/18/12-02/15/12                                       Kasen                 EAST 318
 11        -W-              6:00-8:30PM           02/22/12-03/28/12                                       Kasen                 EAST 318
 12        -W-              6:00-8:30PM           04/04/12-05/02/12                                       Kasen                 EAST 318

GOV230                      AMERICAN NATIONAL GOVERNMENT                                                  3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -T-              6:00- 8:30PM                                                                  Kasen                 AB 203

GOV331                      AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT                                           3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -M-              6:00-8:30PM                                                                   Sengheiser            LIBR 6

GlOBAl STUDIeS
GS490                       INDEPENDENT STUDY                                                             1-3 hours             Limit 25
 01        By Arrangement                                                                                 Staff

HISTORy
HST104                      INTRODUCTION TO WESTERN CIVILIZATION II:                                      3 hours               Limit 25
                            17TH CENTURY TO PRESENT
 01        -M-W-F-          11:00-11:50AM                                                                 McCabe                AB 108
 02        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                                 Vestal                AB 108

HST106                      INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN HISTORY II:                                          3 hours               Limit 25
                            POST CIVIL WAR TO PRESENT
 01        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                                  Manley                EAST 101
 02        -M-W-            2:30-3:45PM                                                                   Taff                  EAST 318

HST293/HON293               SPECIAL TOPICS: NON-VIOLENCE: A GLOBAL                                        1 hour                Limit 25
                            EXPLORATION THROUGH FILM
 10        -T-              4:30-6:30PM           01/17/12-03/06/12                                        Gallagher/Johnson AB 205
          “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
           recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33.”

HST303                      SURVEY OF ASIAN HISTORY                                                       3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                                  Luzkow                EAST 318

HST331                      AMERICAN CONSTITUTIONAL DEVELOPMENT                                           3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -M-              6:00-8:30PM                                                                   Sengheiser            LIBR 6

HST366                      TRENDS THAT SHAPED THE MODERN WORLD                                           3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                                                  Luzkow                EAST 318

HST490                      INDEPENDENT STUDY                                                             1-3 hours             Limit 10
 01        By Arrangement                                                                                 Luzkow

HST494/PHL494/REL494        SPECIAL TOPICS: GERMANY AND THE HOLOCAUST,                                    3 hours               Limit 15
                            WORLD WAR I TO THE PRESENT: HISTORICAL, AND
                            RELIGIOUS IMPLICATIONS
 01        -W-          1:00-1:50PM      03/14/12-05/09/12                                                 Luzkow/Gilleo        EAST 318
 COURSE CONTINUES IN BERLIN — PREREQUISITE: ADMISSION INTO BERLIN STUDY ABROAD




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HST494/ACS300/HON494 SPECIAL TOPICS: COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN AMERICAN HISTORY    3 hours                                            Limit 25
 10         -W-             6:00-8:30PM                                                                     Taff                   LIBR 5
           “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
            recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

HST494/HON494/EDU499/EDU599 SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT                                             3 hours               Limit 25
                      PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY: THE CASE OF BOSNIA/
                      HERZEGOVINA
 11B        -F-             5:00- 9:00PM           03/02/12                                                 Haviv                 AB 203
            -S-             9:00- 3:00PM           03/03/12
            -S-             9:00- 3:00PM           03/10/12
           “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
            recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

PHIlOSOPHy
PHL110                      INTRODUCTION TO PHILOSOPHY                                                     3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                                   Gilleo                EAST 103
 02        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                                  Gilleo                EAST 103

PHL120                      INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING                                              3 hours               Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                       01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Eiler
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

PHL221                      BUSINESS ETHICS                                                                3 hours               Limit 25
 01       -M-W-F-       11:00-11:50AM                                                                      Wennemann             EAST 318
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                       LIMIT 20                                                Wennemann
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

PHL260                      CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES                                                      3 hours               Limit 25
 01       -M-W-F-       9:00-9:50AM                                                                        Gilleo                EAST 318
 02       -M-W-F-       10:00-10:50AM                                                                      Gilleo                EAST 103
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12 LIMIT 20                              Wennemann
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

PHL494/HST494/REL494        SPECIAL TOPICS: GERMANY AND THE HOLOCAUST,                                     3 hours               Limit 15
                            WORLD WAR I TO THE PRESENT: HISTORICAL, AND
                            RELIGIOUS IMPLICATIONS
 01        -W-          1:00-1:50PM        03/14/12-05/09/12                                               Luzkow/Gilleo         EAST 318
 COURSE CONTINUES IN BERLIN- PREREQUISITE: ADMISSION INTO BERLIN STUDY ABROAD

RelIGION
REL100                      INTRODUCTION TO RELIGIOUS STUDIES                                              3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                                  Stopke                RYAN 301
 02        -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                                                    Stopke                LIBR 6

REL220                      NEW TESTAMENT STUDIES                                                          3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                                   Rosenberg             EAST 105

REL225                      WORLD RELIGIONS                                                                3 hours               Limit 25
 01       -T-R-         12:30-1:45PM                                                                       Stopke                LIBR 6
 10       -T-           6:00-10:30PM               01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Stopke                LIBR 6
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                       01/17/12-03/06/12 LIMIT 20                              Stopke
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

 21       ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12 LIMIT 20                              Rosenberg
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

REL293                      SPECIAL TOPICS: ALTERNATIVE RELIGIOUS MOVEMENTS                                3 hours               Limit 25
 01        -M-W-            2:30-3:45PM                                                                    Stopke                LIBR 6




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REL490                       INDEPENDENT STUDY                                             1-3 hours          Limit 10
  01        By Arrangement                                                                 Staff

REL494/PHL494/HST494         SPECIAL TOPICS: GERMANY AND THE HOLOCAUST,                    3 hours            Limit 15
                             WORLD WAR I TO THE PRESENT: HISTORICAL, AND
                             RELIGIOUS IMPLICATIONS
  01        -W-          1:00-1:50PM        03/14/12-05/09/12                              Luzkow/Gilleo      EAST 318
  COURSE CONTINUES IN BERLIN- PREREQUISITE: ADMISSION INTO BERLIN STUDY ABROAD

SOcIAl ScIeNceS
SSC201                       THE AMERICAN ECONOMY                                          3 hours            Limit 25
  10        -M-              6:00-8:30PM                                                   Kasen              AB 205



                                                                hOnOrS
“Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point
 average of 3.5, or students who have the recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors
 program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

HON102/ENG102                COMPOSITION II                                                3 hours            Limit 15
  01        -M-W-F-          10:00-10:50AM                                                 Staff              LIBR 5

HON293/HST293                MODERN INTERNATIONAL NON-VIOLENCE: AN EXPLORATION             1 hour
                             THROUGH FILM
  10        -T-              4:30-6:30        01/17/12-03/06/12                                               AB 205

HON494/HST494/ACS300 SPECIAL TOPICS: COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN                                  3 hours            Limit 25
                     AMERICAN HISTORY
  10        -W-              6:00-8:30PM                                                   Taff               LIBR 5

HST494/HON494/EDU499/EDU599 SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT                             3 hours            Limit 25
                      PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY:THE CASE OF BOSNIA/
                      HERZEGOVINA
  11B       -F-              5:00-9:00PM      03/02/12                                     Haviv              AB 203
            -S-              9:00-3:00PM      03/03/12
            -S-              9:00-3:00PM      03/10/12

HON108/PHY108                INTRODUCTION TO PHYSICAL SCIENCE                              3 hours            Limit 24      Fee $55      
  01        -M-W-            11:00-11:50PM    LECTURE                                      Truong             AB 201
            -T-              2:00-3:50PM      LAB                                          Truong             AB 307




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                                       huMan	envirOnMentaL	ScienceS
HES101                  FASHION MERCHANDISING AT FONTBONNE UNIVERSITY              1 hour            Limit 20
 01        -M-          9:00-9:50AM                                                Nelsen            AB 110

HES105                  PERSONAL, PROFESSIONAL, AND CULTURAL DRESS                 3 hours           Limit 22   Fee $10
 01        -T-R-        2:00-3:15PM                                                Dowell            AB 108

HES106                  ESSENTIALS OF FASHION                                      3 hours           Limit 15   Fee $50
 01        -M-W-        1:00-2:15PM                                                Dowell            AB 104

HES107                  THE FASHION INDUSTRY                                       3 hours           Limit 20   Fee $5
 01        -T-R-        9:30-10:45AM                                               Nelsen            AB 104

HES108                  FUNDAMENTALS OF SEWING TECHNOLOGIES                        1 hours           Limit 12   Fee $10
 10        -M-W-        5:30-6:45PM       03/26/12-05/14/12                        Anderson          AB 104

HES119                  ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS                  3 hours           Limit 24
 01       -T-R-         2:00- 3:15PM                                               Staff             AB 103
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                       Hessler
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

HES200                  APPAREL PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT                                4 hours           Limit 14   Fee $50
 01        -M-W-        2:30-4:50PM                                                Anderson          AB 104

HES205                  APPAREL PRODUCTION AND EVALUATION                          4 hours           Limit 20   Fee $30
 01        -M-W-        9:00-11:20AM                                               Dowell            AB 104

HES213/SPT213           NUTRITION FOR FITNESS AND PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE             3 hours           Limit 30
 01        -T-R-        11:00-12:15PM                                              McCulley          AB 203

HES214                  NUTRITION AND WELLNESS                                     2 hours           Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                       Short
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

HES221                  FOOD SCIENCE THEORY AND APPLICATION                        4 hours           Limit 12   Fee $125
 01        -M-W-        9:00-10:15AM      LECTURE                                  Houston           AB 102
           -M-          2:00-4:45PM       LAB                                      Houston           AB 105

HES223                  INTERVIEWING, EDUCATION, AND COUNSELING FOR                3 hours           Limit 25
                        DIETETICS PROFESSIONALS
 01        -T-R-        9:30-10:45AM                                               Houston/McCulley/ AB 103
                                                                                   Ohlms
HES232                  THE YOUNG CHILD                                            3 hours           Limit 20
 01B       -W-          3:30-5:30PM                                               Huisman            AB 102
 BLENDED WEB COURSE OFF-CAMPUS 30 HOUR PRACTICUM COMPONENT
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK EACH WEEK

HES235                  PLAY, HAPPINESS AND WELL-BEING                             3 hours           Limit 20
 01B       -R-          5:00-6:15PM                                                Durkin            AB 108
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY THURSDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK EACH WEEK

HES245                  HOUSING                                                    3 hours           Limit 15
 01        -T-R-        9:30-10:45AM                                               Duncan            AB 108

HES266                  MANAGEMENT OF FAMILY RESOURCES                             3 hours           Limit 20
 01B       -R-          3:30-4:45PM                                                Edwards          AB 108
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY THURSDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES 20 OFF CAMPUS SERVICE LEARNING HOURS EACH WEEK.




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HES291                        FOUNDATIONS IN HUMAN ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES                     3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Duncan             AB 102
 10          -T-R-            5:00-6:15PM                                                     Ohlms              AB 102

HES307                        FASHION BEHAVIOR AND FORECASTING                                3 hours            Limit 20   Fee $30
 01          -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                                     Nelsen             AB 103

HES309                        FASHION MERCHANDISING STRATEGY I: VISUAL                        4 hours            Limit 15   Fee $30
                              MERCHANDISING AND STORE PLANNING
 01          -T-R-            11:00-1:15PM                                                    Dowell             AB 104

HES310                        FASHION MERCHANDISING STRATEGY II: PROMOTION IN THE             4 hours            Limit 15   Fee $50
                              MERCHANDISING ENVIRONMENT
 01          -T-R-            2:00-4:20PM                                                     Nelsen             AB 104

HES318                        COMMUNITY/PUBLIC HEALTH NUTRITION: PRECONCEPTION                4 hours            Limit 30   Fee $30
                              THROUGH THE PRESCHOOL-AGE CHILD
 01          -M-              1:00-1:50PM                                                     Houston            AB 203
             -W-              1:00-3:50PM                                                                        AB 203

HES337                        FAMILY RELATIONS                                                3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            3:30-4:45PM                                                     Duncan             AB 103

HES345                        MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES IN FOOD SERVICE 4 hours                        Limit 30   Fee $25
 01          -M-W-            8:00-9:50AM                                                     Ohlms              AB 201

HES375                        PRACTICUM IN EARLY CHILD SPECIAL EDUCATION                      3 hours            Limit 6
 01          By Arrangement                                                                   Das

HES397                        ADVOCACY IN PROFESSIONAL PRACTICE                               3 hours            Limit 20
 01B       -R-          12:30-1:45PM                                               Duncan                        AB 108
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY THURSDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK EACH WEEK

 02B       -M-          4:00-5:15PM                                               Huisman                        AB 102
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY MONDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK EACH WEEK

HES406                        MERCHANDISE BUYING: PLANNING AND CONTROL                        3 hours            Limit 20   Fee $5
 10          -M-              6:30-9:30PM                                                     Schlegel           AB 102

HES416                        MEDICAL NUTRITION THERAPY II                                    3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -M-W-            1:00-2:15PM                                                     McCulley           AB 108

HES424                        EXPERIMENTAL FOODS                                              4 hours            Limit 24   Fee $60
 01          -R-              12:30-1:45PM                                                    Houston            AB 103
             -T-              12:30-3:30PM                                                    Houston            AB 109

HES432                        ADMINISTRATION OF EARLY CHILDHOOD PROGRAMS                      2 hours            Limit 15
 10B       -W-          4:30-5:45PM                                               Durkin           AB 103
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY WEDNESDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK AND OFF CAMPUS SITE VISITS EACH WEEK

HES458                        APPLICATION OF MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLES AND                        3-4 hours
                              PRACTICES IN FOOD SERVICE OPERATIONS
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          By Arrangement                    LIMIT 25                                       Ohlms
 02          By Arrangement                    LIMIT 5                                        McCulley




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HES460                        INTERNSHIP                                           7 hours     Limit 4
 01          By Arrangement                                                        Durkin

HES467                        PRACTICUM IN FAMILY/COMMUNITY RESOURCES              2 hours     Limit 8
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 01           By Arrangement                                                       Durkin

HES472                        PROGRAM DESIGN AND ADMINISTRATION                    3 hours     Limit 10   Fee $30
 10          -W-              4:30-7:00PM                                          Edwards     AB 110

HES494                        SPECIAL TOPICS: DALLAS                               1-2 hours   Limit 12   Fee $450
 01          -W-              8:00-8:50AM                                          Nelsen      AB 110

HES497                        SENIOR SYNTHESIS: RESEARCH IN HUMAN                  3 hours     Limit 8
                              ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES I
 10          -T-              5:30-7:50PM                                          Dowell      AB 108
 11          -T-              5:30-7:50PM                                          Duncan      AB 108
 12          -T-              5:30-7:50PM                                          Ohlms       AB 108

HES498                        SENIOR SYNTHESIS II                                  3 hours     Limit 4
 01          By Arrangement                                                        Staff


                         MaSter’S	PrOGraM:	huMan	envirOnMentaL	ScienceS
HES533                        ADVOCACY AND PUBLIC POLICY:                          3 hours     Limit 15
                              ADDRESSING A WORLD IN NEED
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                       Huisman
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

HES543                        CONTEMPORARY APPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH COMMUNICATION 3 hours       Limit 15
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                       Short
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

HES551                        ADMINISTERING PROGRAMS FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES     2-3 hours   Limit 15
 10B       -T-          6:30-8:30PM                                                Huisman     AB 110
 BLENDED WEB COURSE
 THIS COURSE MEETS EVERY TUESDAY ON CAMPUS AND REQUIRES ADDITIONAL ONLINE WORK EACH WEEK

HES555                        FAMILY-CENTERED INTERVENTION                         3 hours     Limit 12
 10          -M-              4:30-7:00PM                                          Staff       AB 110

HES568                        RESEARCH IN HES I                                    2 hours     Limit 4
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          By Arrangement                                                        Duncan

HES578                        RESEARCH IN HES II                                   1 hour      Limit 4
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          By Arrangement                                                        Duncan

HES588                        RESEARCH IN HES III                                  3 hours     Limit 4
 01          By Arrangement                                                        Duncan




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                                                     interDiSciPLinarY	StuDieS
AMeRIcAN cUlTURe STUDIeS
ACS100                        INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN CULTURE STUDIES                                      3 hours               Limit 22
 10          -M-              6:00-8:30PM                                                                   Sowell                AB 103

ACS300/HON494/HST494 SPECIAL TOPICS: COLLECTIVE MEMORY IN                                                   3 hours               Limit 25
                     AMERICAN HISTORY
 10          -W-             6:00-8:30PM                                                                     Taff                  LIBR 5
            “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
             recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

ADVeRTISING
ADV301                        ADVERTISING STRATEGIES                                                        3 hours               Limit 22
 01          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                                 Korte                 AB 103

ADV450                        INTERNSHIP IN ADVERTISING                                                     3 hours               Limit 8
 (P/NP grade option only)
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                 Jackson

INTeRDIScIPlINARy
INT106                        STRATEGIES FOR ACADEMIC SUCCESS                                               1 hour                Limit 30
 01          -M-              2:00-3:00PM           01/23/12-04/30/12                                       Snyder                LIBR DLR

INT190                        CAREER MANAGEMENT                                                             1 hour                Limit 24
 (P/NP grade option only)
 10          -F-          5:30-10:00PM   04/13/12                                            Dillon           EAST 101
              -S-         9:00-6:00PM    04/14/12
 INSTRUCTOR’S SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION. Textbook required at first session.  Attendance mandatory at both sessions.  
  
INT199                        INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                         1 hour                Limit 30
 20        ONLINE Arrangement                       01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Baken
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

 21        ONLINE Arrangement                       01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Ridlen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

 22        ONLINE Arrangement                       01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Theissen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

 23        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Megahan
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

 24        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Ridlen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

 25        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Theissen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT207                        POWER OF LEADERSHIP                                                           3 hours               Limit 20
 10          -W-              6:00-10:30PM          3/14/12-5/9/12                                          Densberger            EAST 103

INT460                        INTERNSHIP IN INTERDISCIPLINARY STUDIES                                       1-3 hours              Limit 8
 01          By Arrangement                                                                                 Taff




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                                      MatheMaticS	anD	cOMPuter	Science
LAB courses are NOT eligible for audit due to limited space. An exception to this policy will only occur when the student
has obtained prior approval (signature) from the Department Chair.

cOMPUTeR AND INFORMATION ScIeNce
CIS100                      COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY: ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS                      3 hours            Limit 20      Fee $35
 01       -T-R-         12:30-1:45PM                                                          Newton             RYAN 303
 02       -T-R-         2:00-3:15PM                                                           Newton             RYAN 303
 10       -R-           4:30-7:00PM                                                           Gray-Franklin      RYAN 309
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Boehmer
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

  21          ONLINE Arrangement                                                            Boehmer
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
  (NOTE: For online sections, students must have completed BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL and have access to a computer with Microsoft Word, Excel,
  Access, PowerPoint, and the Internet)

CIS103                      MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS IN EDUCATION                           3 hours            Limit 20      Fee $35
 01          -M-W-F-        1:00-1:50PM                                                       English            RYAN 305
 10          -T-            4:30-7:00PM                                                       Gray-Franklin      RYAN 305

CIS110                      MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS: SPREADSHEETS                          3 hours            Limit 20      Fee $35
 01          -T-R-          12:30-1:45PM                                                      Ma                 RYAN 309
 10          -W-            5:30-8:00PM                                                       Harris             RYAN 309

CIS111                      MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS: DATABASE                              3 hours            Limit 20      Fee $35
 01          -M-W-F-        8:00-8:50AM                                                       McCaslin           RYAN 305
 10          -R-            5:00-7:30PM                                                       Coleman            RYAN 305

CIS115                      INTRODUCTION TO SERVER TECHNOLOGY                                 1 hour             Limit 20
 10          -W-            7:00-7:50PM                                                       Stylianou          RYAN 416

CIS150                      FUNDAMENTALS OF PROGRAMMING FOR BUSINESS                          3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -T-            7:30-10:00PM                                                      Stylianou          RYAN 416

CIS161                      COMPUTER SCIENCE II                                               4 hours            Limit 20
  01         -T-R-          9:30-10:45AM      LECTURE                                         Ma                 RYAN 416
             -T-R-          10:46-11:50AM     LAB                                             Ma                 RYAN 416

CIS250                      ALGORITHMS AND DATA STRUCTURE                                     4 hours            Limit 20
  01         -M-W-          9:00-10:40AM      LECTURE                                         Ma                 RYAN 416
             -M-W-          10:41-11:41AM     LAB                                             Ma                 RYAN 416

CIS315                      ADVANCED SSP SERVER-SIDE PROGRAMMING                              3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -R-            7:00-9:30PM                                                       Stylianou          RYAN 416

CIS316                      BUSINESS APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT                                  3 hours            Limit 20
 10          -T-            5:00-7:30PM                                                       Coleman            RYAN 416

CIS350                      COMPILING THEORY PROGRAM LANGUAGES                                3 hours            Limit 20
  01         -T-R-          12:30-1:45PM                                                      Jeevanjee          RYAN 416

CIS355                      PRINCIPLES OF OPERATING SYSTEMS                                   3 hours            Limit 20
  01         -T-R-          2:00-3:15PM                                                       Ma                 RYAN 416

CIS495                      SENIOR PROJECT                                                    3 hours            Limit 10
  01         -M-            2:00-2:45PM                                                       Graves             RYAN 403




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MATHeMATIcS
MTH095                        FUNDAMENTALS OF ALGEBRA                                         4 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            8:00-9:40AM                                                     Danmole            AB 102
 02          -T-R-            11:00-12:40PM                                                   Danmole            AB 210
 03          -M-W-F-          3:00-4:10PM                                                     English            RYAN 301

MTH102                        CONCEPTS IN MATHEMATICS:NUMBER SYSTEMS,                         3 hours            Limit 20
                              GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT
 01          -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                                    Sehie              RYAN 419

MTH103                        EXCURSIONS INTO MODERN MATHEMATICS                              3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Jeevanjee          RYAN 301

MTH104                        CONCEPTS IN MATHEMATICS: NUMBER SYSTEMS                         3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Sehie              RYAN 419

MTH105                        COLLEGE ALGEBRA                                                 4 hours            Limit 20
 PREREQ
 01          -M-W-F-       8:00-9:10AM                                                        Abkemeier          RYAN 419
 PREREQ
 02          -M-W-F-       10:00-11:10AM                                                      Graves             RYAN 413
 PREREQ
 03          -M-W-F-       10:00-11:10AM                                                      Bross              RYAN 301
 (NOTE: Students who are required to take Calculus I should enroll in Section 01.)

MTH106                        CONCEPTS IN MATHEMATICS: GEOMETRY AND MEASUREMENT 3 hours                          Limit 20
 01          -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Vielhaber          RYAN 419

MTH115                        INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS                                      3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -M-W-F-       1:00-1:50PM                                                           Graves             RYAN 419
 02       -T-R-         4:00-5:15PM                                                           Hipp               RYAN 413
 10       -M-           6:00-8:30PM                                                           Newton             RYAN 301
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  English
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

MTH150                        CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRY I                               4 hours            Limit 25
 01          -M-W-F-          8:00-9:10AM                                                     Graves             RYAN 413

MTH250                        CALCULUS WITH ANALYTIC GEOMETRYIII                              4 hours            Limit 20
 01          -M-W-F-          9:40-10:50AM                                                    Abkemeier          RYAN 419

MTH305                        READINGS IN THE HISTORY OF MATHEMATICS                          2 hours            Limit 20
 01          By Arrangement                                                                   English

MTH330                        ALGEBRAIC STRUCTURES                                            3 hours            Limit 20
 01          -M-W-            4:00-5:15PM                                                     Newton             RYAN 416

MTH350                        METHODS OF TEACHING MATHEMATICS IN THE EARLY                    3 hours            Limit 20
                              CHILDHOOD AND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
 01          -T-R-            4:15-5:30PM                                                     Sehie              RYAN 419

MTH495                        SENIOR PROJECT                                                  3 hours            Limit 10
 01          -M-              2:00-2:45PM                                                     Graves             RYAN 403

                                   MaSter’S	PrOGraM:	cOMPuter	eDucatiOn
CED507                        ENHANCING INSTRUCTION WITH TECHNOLOGY                           3 hours            Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                                  Lopanec
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED


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CED515                      COMPUTER APPLICATIONS-FOR EDUCATORS        3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Abkemeier
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED525                      LEGAL AND ETHICAL TECHNOLOGY ISSUES        3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Boehmer
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED552                      CREATING A PRESENCE IN A VIRTUAL WORLD     3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Davis
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED560                      CURRENT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES              3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Nicollerat
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED565                      THE INTERNET AND EDUCATION                 3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Mattson
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED575                      MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION                      3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Davis
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

CED595                      CURRICULUM DESIGN AND CAPSTONE PORTFOLIO   3 hours      Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                           Davis
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED


                                                        SOciaL	WOrK	
HUMAN SeRVIceS
HUS221/SWK221               SOCIAL ISSUES AND SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY    3 hours      Limit 20
 10        -M-              6:00-10:30PM    01/23/12-03/12/12          Price        LIBR 5

HUS293/SWK110               SPECIAL TOPICS: HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND         3 hours      Limit 20
                            SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT
 01        -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM                                Jackson      AB 205

HUS293/SWK261               SPECIAL TOPICS: CRIMINAL JUSTICE           3 hours      Limit 20
 02        -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                               Calcaterra   EAST 254

HUS330/SWK331               GROUP COUNSELING                           3 hours      Limit 20
 10        -M-              5:30-10:00PM    03/26/12-05/14/12          Darvell      LIBR DLR

HUS351/SWK450               HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM II                3 hours      Limit 20
 01        By Arrangement                                              Mennes

HUS450/SWK451               HUMAN SERVICES PRACTICUM III               3 hours      Limit 20
 01        By Arrangement                                              Mennes




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SOcIAl WORk
SWK110/HUS293              HUMAN BEHAVIOR AND THE SOCIAL ENVIRONMENT                       3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-R-            8:00-9:15AM                                                     Jackson            AB 205

SWK200                     SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -R-              5:30-10:00PM     01/12/12-03/01/12                              Mennes             LIBR DLR

SWK221/HUS221              SOCIAL ISSUES AND SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY                         3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -M-              6:00-10:30PM     01/23/12-03/12/12                              Price              LIBR 5

SWK250                     GENERALIST SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE                                 4 hours            Limit 20
 01       -F-              8:00-3:30PM      03/09/12-05/11/12                              Jackson            AB 110

SWK251                     DEATH AND DYING                                                 3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -W-              5:00-9:30PM      03/14/12-05/09/12                              Staff              AB 205

SWK261/HUS293              INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINAL JUSTICE                                3 hours            Limit 20
 02       -T-R-            9:30-10:45AM                                                    Calcaterra         EAST 254

SWK331/HUS331              GROUP COUNSELING                                                3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -M-              5:30-10:00PM     03/26/12-05/14/12                              Darvell            LIBR DLR

SWK340                     COUNSELING AND SOCIAL SERVICES IN SCHOOLS                       3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -T-              5:00-7:30PM                                                     Wallis             EAST 306

SWK341                     FAMILIES AND THE CHILD WELFARE SYSTEM                           3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-              2:00-4:30PM                                                     Cowart             LIBR 5

SWK352                     GERONTOLOGY                                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Gergeceff          AB 208

SWK361                     SOCIAL WORK AND THE LAW                                         3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-R-            11:00-12:15PM                                                   Calcaterra         EAST 306

SWK400                     PROFESSIONAL SYNTHESIS OF GENERALIST PRACTICE                   3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -F-              8:00-12:30PM     01/13/12-03/02/12                              Staff              LIBR DLR

SWK450                     FIELD EDUCATION I                                               4 hours            Limit 20
 01       By Arrangement                                                                   Mennes

SWK451                     FIELD EDUCATION II                                              4 hours            Limit 20
 01       By Arrangement                                                                   Mennes

SWK455                     FIELD EDUCATION SEMINAR I                                       2 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-              2:00-4:00PM                                                     Mennes

SWK456                     FIELD EDUCATION SEMINAR II                                      2 hours            Limit 20
 01       -R-              2:00-4:00PM                                                     Mennes

SWK471                     COUNSELING AND CASE MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE                    3 hours            Limit 20
 10       -R-              5:00-9:30PM      03/08/12-05/10/12                              Staff              LIBR DLR

SWK472                     THE STUDY OF ADDICTIONS                                         3 hours            Limit 20
 01       -T-R-            12:30-1:45PM                                                    Gergeceff          LIBR 5




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                                                   firSt	eiGht-WeeK	cOurSeS
If a student misses the first class of an 8-or-fewer week undergraduate course that meets only once per week, the student
is automatically withdrawn from the course by the Registrar’s Office. An exception to this policy will only occur when the
student has obtained written approval to miss the first class from the faculty member teaching the course.

                                                 NOTE: Information for 8-week sessions:
                                         No 8 week course may be added after the course has begun.
                              No 8-week course may be changed from credit to audit after the second class meeting.


BUS303                       PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION/NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT                                 3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Manion
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS336                       ADVERTISING PRINCIPLES                                                     3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Weber
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS352                       INVESTMENTS                                                                3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     White
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS362                       SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP                                        3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Seibold
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS369                       MARKET RESEARCH                                                            3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Reaka
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS376                       CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MANAGEMENT                                        1-3 hours             Limit 20
  01        By Arrangement                        01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Foster

BUS377                       CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MARKETING                                         1-3 hours             Limit 20
  01        By Arrangement                        01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Manion

BUS394                       COMMERCIAL BANKING                                                         3 hours               Limit 20
  20       ONLINE arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                     Gerard
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

EDU544                       ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT                                                    2 hours               Limit 6
  10        -M-              7:05-9:35PM          01/23/12                                                                    EAST 254
            -M-              7:05-9:35PM          01/30/12
            -M-              7:05-9:35PM          02/06/12
            -M-              7:05-9:35PM          02/13/12
            -M-              7:05-9:35PM          02/27/12

EDU544                       ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT                                                    2 hours               Limit 6
  11        -T-              7:05-9:35PM          01/24/12                                                                    EAST 254
            -T-              7:05-9:35PM          01/31/12
            -T-              7:05-9:35PM          02/07/12
            -T-              7:05-9:35PM          02/14/12
            -T-              7:05-9:35PM          02/21/12

EDU599/EDU499/HST494/HON494/ SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT                                         3 hours               Limit 25
                      PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY: THE CASE OF BOSNIA/
                      HERZEGOVINA
  11        -F-             5:00-9:00PM           03/02/12                                             Haviv                  EAST 203
            -S-             9:00-3:00PM           03/03/12
            -S-             9:00-3:00PM           03/10/12
            “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5,
            or students who have the recommendation of their advisors.

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GOV101                     UNITED STATES AND MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONS                                       1 hour                Limit 25
 10        -W-             6:00-8:30PM            01/18/12-02/15/12                                       Kasen                 EAST 318
 11        -W-             6:00-8:30PM            02/22/12-03/14/12                                       Kasen                 EAST 318

HST293/HON293              SPECIAL TOPICS: NON-VIOLENCE: A GLOBAL                                         1 hour                Limit 25
                           EXPLORATION THROUGH FILM
 10        -T-              4:30-6:30PM           01/17/12-03/06/12                                         Gallagher/Johnson AB 205
           “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have
           the recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33.”

INT199                     INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 20        ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Baken
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                     INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 21        ONLINE Arrangement                     01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Ridlen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                     INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 22        ONLINE      Arrangement                01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Theissen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

MAC522                     FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING AND REPORTING III AND NON-PROFIT 3 hours                                        Limit 24
 10        -S-             1:00- 5:30PM           01/14/12-03/03/12                                       Browning              AB 201

MAC580                     ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                                                  3 hours               Limit 24
 10        -S-             8:00-12:30PM           01/14/12-03/03/12                                       Cannon                AB 202

MUS108                     MUSIC APPRECIATION                                                             3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -W-             5:30-10:00PM           01/18/12-03/07/12                                       Failoni               LIBR 6

PHL120                     INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING                                              3 hours               Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                      01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Eiler
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

REL225                     WORLD RELIGIONS                                                                3 hours               Limit 25
 10        -T-             6:00-10:30PM           01/17/12-03/06/12                                       Stopke                LIBR 6

REL225                     WORLD RELIGIONS                                                                3 hours               Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                      1/17/12-3/6/12                                          Stopke
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

SWK200                     SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC JUSTICE                                                    3 hours               Limit 20
 10        -R-             5:30-10:00PM           01/12/12-03/01/12                                       Mennes                LIBR DLR

SWK221/HUS221              SOCIAL ISSUES AND SOCIAL WELFARE POLICY                                        3 hours               Limit 20
 10        -M-             6:00-10:30PM           01/23/12-03/12/12                                       Price                 LIBR 5

SWK400                     PROFESSIONAL SYNTHESIS OF GENERALIST PRACTICE                                  3 hours               Limit 20
 01        -F-             8:00-12:30PM           01/13/12-03/02/12                                       Staff                 LIBR DLR




                  The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                  Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
52
                                                SecOnD	eiGht-WeeK	cOurSeS
If a student misses the first class of an 8-or-fewer week undergraduate course that meets only once per week, the student
is automatically withdrawn from the course by the Registrar’s Office. An exception to this policy will only occur when the
student has obtained written approval to miss the first class from the faculty member teaching the course.

                                                   NOTE: Information for 8-week sessions:
                                           No 8 week course may be added after the course has begun.
                                No 8-week course may be changed from credit to audit after the second class meeting.


BIO111/CHM111                  SCIENCE LABORATORY                                              1 hour             Limit 16   Fee $55
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 10           -M-            5:00-8:50PM         03/26/12-05/14/12                             Thomasson          AB 305

BUS203                         PRINCIPLES OF MICRO ECONOMICS                                   3 hours            Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                    03/13/12-05/08/12                             Mathea
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS356                         PRINCIPLES OF SELLING                                           3 hours            Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                    03/13/12-05/08/12                             Drone
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS376                         CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MANAGEMENT                             1-3 hours          Limit 20
  02          By Arrangement                     03/13/12-05/08/12                             Maurer

BUS377                         CASE STUDIES/READINGS IN MARKETING                              1-3 hours          Limit 20
  02          By Arrangement                     03/13/12-05/08/12                             Manion

BUS401                         ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN MANAGEMENT                                 3 hours            Limit 20
  20          ONLINE Arrangement                 03/13/12-05/08/12                             Alexander

BUS415                         ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                                   3 hours            Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                    03/13/12-05/08/12                             Cannon
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

BUS471                         LEADERSHIP: MANAGING IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT                  3 hours            Limit 20
  20       ONLINE Arrangement                    03/13/12-05/08/12                             Alexander
  BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

COM102                         PUBLIC SPEAKING                                                 3 hours            Limit 20
 10           -T-              6:00-10:30PM      03/13/13-05/18/12                             Staff

COM208                         NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP I                                            1-3 hours          Limit 20
  02          -R-              3:30-6:00PM       03/08/12-05/10/12                             Sommer             EAST 301

COM209                         NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP II                                           1-3 hours          Limit 20
  (Instructor’s signature required)
  02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM        03/08/12-05/10/12                             Sommer             EAST 301

COM308                         STUDIES IN EDITORIAL LEADERSHIP                                 1-3 hours          Limit 20
  (Instructor’s signature required)
  02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM        03/08/12-05/10/12                             Sommer             EAST 301

ENG120                         INTRODUCTION TO LITERATURE                                      3 hours            Limit 30
 11           -W-              6:00-10:30PM      03/14/12-05/09/12                             Staff              AB 108

ENG208                         NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP I                                            1-3 hours          Limit 20
  02          -R-              3:30-6:00PM       3/8/12-5/10/12                                Sommer             EAST 301




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ENG209                       NEWSPAPER WORKSHOP II                                                          1-3 hours             Limit 20
 02          -R-             3:30-6:00PM            3/8/12-5/10/12                                          Sommer                EAST 301

ENG308                       STUDIES IN EDITORIAL LEADERSHIP                                                1-3 hours             Limit 20
 (Instructor’s signature required)
 02           -R-            3:30-6:00PM            03/08/12-05/10/12                                       Sommer                EAST 301

GOV101                       UNITED STATES AND MISSOURI CONSTITUTIONS                                       1 hour                Limit 25
 12          -W-             6:00-8:30PM            03/28/12-04/25/11                                       Kasen                 EAST 318

HES108                       FUNDAMENTALS OF SEWING TECHNOLOGIES                                            1 hours                Limit 12        Fee $10
 10          -M-W-           5:30-6:45PM            03/26/12-05/14/12                                       Anderson              AB 104

HST494/PHL494/REL494         SPECIAL TOPICS: GERMANY AND THE HOLOCAUST,                                     3 hours               Limit 15
                             WORLD WAR I TO THE PRESENT: HISTORICAL, AND
                             RELIGIOUS IMPLICATIONS
 01        -W-          1:00-1:50PM     03/14/12-05/09/12                                                   Luzkow/Gilleo         EAST 318
 COURSE CONTINUES IN BERLIN—PREREQUISITE: ADMISSION INTO BERLIN STUDY ABROAD

HST494/HON494/EDU499/EDU599 SPECIAL TOPICS: TEACHING DIFFERENT                                              3 hours               Limit 25
                      PERSPECTIVES ON HISTORY: THE CASE OF BOSNIA/
                      HERZEGOVINA
 11          -F-             5:00-9:00PM            03/02/12                                                 Haviv                  EAST 203
             -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/03/12
             -S-             9:00-3:00PM            03/10/12
            “Honors courses are only open to students in the Honors Program, students with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.5, or students who have the
             recommendation of their advisors and permission by the director of the honors program” or “Honors program students only—see catalog page 33”.

HUS330/SWK331                GROUP COUNSELING                                                               3 hours               Limit 20
 10          -M-             5:30-10:00PM           03/26/12-05/14/12                                       Darvell               LIBR DLR

INT190                       CAREER MANAGEMENT                                                              1 hour                Limit 24
 (P/NP grade option only)
 10          -F-          5:30-10:00PM   04/13/12                                            Dillon           EAST 101
             -S-          9:00-6:00PM    04/14/12
 INSTRUCTOR’S SIGNATURE REQUIRED FOR REGISTRATION. Textbook required at first session.  Attendance mandatory at both sessions.

INT199                       INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 23        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Megahan
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                       INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 24        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Ridlen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                       INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                                          1 hour                Limit 30
 25        ONLINE Arrangement                       03/13/12-05/08/12                                       Theissen
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT207                       POWER OF LEADERSHIP                                                            3 hours               Limit 20
 10          -W-             6:00-10:30PM           3/14/12-5/9/12                                          Densberger            EAST 103

MAC550                       AUDITING                                                                       3 hours               Limit 24
 10          -S-             1:00-5:30PM       03/10/12-05/12/12                                            Borawski              AB 202
                             (NO CLASS ON 3/24/12 & 4/7/12)




                     The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                     Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
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MAC560                      ADVANCED TOPICS IN MANAGEMENT COST ACCOUNTING    3 hours     Limit 24
 10        -S-              8:00-12:30PM      03/10/12-05/12/12              Staff       AB 201
                            (NO CLASS ON 3/24/12 & 4/7/12)

PER101                      THEATRE APPRECIATION                             3 hours     Limit 18
 02        -M-W-            3:00-5:30PM       03/14/12-05/09/12              Sullivan    LIBR 5

PHL260                      CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES                        3 hours     Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                  03/13/12-05/08/12              Wennemann
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

PSY100                      INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY                       3 hours     Limit 25
  10       -W-              5:00-9:30PM       03/14/12-05/09/12              Bergstrom   LIBR 6

PSY200                      DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY                         3 hours     Limit 25
  10       -M-              5:00-9:30PM       03/26/12-05/14/12              Bequette    RYAN 413

REL225                      WORLD RELIGIONS                                  3 hours     Limit 20
 21       ONLINE Arrangement                  03/13/12-05/08/12              Rosenberg
 BLACKBOARD TUTORIAL REQUIRED

SPT250                      CASE STUDIES AND READINGS IN SPORTS MANAGEMENT   1-3 hours   Limit 20
  01       By Arrangement                     03/13/12-05/08/12              McNary

SWK250                      GENERALIST SOCIAL WORK PRACTICE                  4 hours     Limit 20
 01        -F-              8:00-3:30PM       03/09/12-05/11/12              Jackson     AB 110

SWK251                      DEATH AND DYING                                  3 hours     Limit 20
 10        -W-              5:00-9:30PM       03/14/12-05/09/12              Staff       AB 205

SWK331/HUS331               GROUP COUNSELING                                 3 hours     Limit 20
 10        -M-              5:30-10:00PM      03/26/12-05/14/12              Darvell     LIBR DLR

SWK471                      COUNSELING AND CASE MANAGEMENT IN HEALTHCARE     3 hours     Limit 20
 10        -R-              5:00-9:30PM       03/08/12-05/10/12              Staff       LIBR DLR




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                                                      OnLine	cOurSeS
A student should register for an Online Course at least one week prior to the beginning date of the course.
BLacKBOarD	tutOriaL	iS	reQuireD	fOr	aLL	OnLine	cOurSeS.

BUS203                    PRINCIPLES OF MICRO ECONOMICS                                    3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12                              Mathea

BUS303                    PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION/NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT                       3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Manion

BUS336                    ADVERTISING PRINCIPLES                                           3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Weber

BUS352                    INVESTMENTS                                                      3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              White

BUS356                    PRINCIPLES OF SELLING                                            3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12                              Drone

BUS362                    SMALL BUSINESS AND ENTREPRENEURSHIP                              3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Seibold

BUS369                    MARKET RESEARCH                                                  3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Reaka

BUS394                    COMMERCIAL BANKING                                               3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Gerard

BUS401                    ADVANCED CONCEPTS IN MANAGEMENT                                  3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12                              Alexander

BUS415                    ADVANCED FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT                                    3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12                              Cannon

BUS471                    LEADERSHIP: MANAGING IN A CHANGING ENVIRONMENT                   3 hours            Limit 20
  20        ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12                              Alexander

CED507                    ENHANCING INSTRUCTION WITH TECHNOLOGY                            3 hours            Limit 20
  PREREQ
  20        ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Lopanec

CED515                    COMPUTER APPLICATIONS—FOR EDUCATORS                              3 hours            Limit 20
  PREREQ
  20        ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Abkemeier

CED525                    LEGAL AND ETHICAL TECHNOLOGY ISSUES                              3 hours            Limit 20
  PREREQ
  20        ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Boehmer

CED552                    CREATING A PRESENCE IN A VIRTUAL WORLD                           3 hours            Limit 20
  PREREQ
  20        ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Davis

CED560                    CURRENT PROGRAMMING LANGUAGES                                    3 hours            Limit 20
  PREREQ
  20        ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Nicollerat

                  The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                  Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
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CED565                  THE INTERNET AND EDUCATION                       3 hours       Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Mattson

CED575                  MULTIMEDIA PRODUCTION                            3 hours       Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Davis

CED595                  CURRICULUM DESIGN AND CAPSTONE PORTFOLIO         3 hours       Limit 20
 PREREQ
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Davis

CIS100                  COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY: ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS     3 hours       Limit 20   Fee $35
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Boehmer

CIS100                  COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY: ISSUES AND APPLICATIONS     3 hours       Limit 20   Fee $35
 21       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Boehmer

COM103                  INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                      3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Baugh

COM103                  INTERPERSONAL COMMUNICATION                      3 hours       Limit 20
 21       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Baugh

EDU529                  POSITIVE BEHAVIORAL SUPPORTS                     3 hours       Limit 25
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Gray

EDU541                  FRAMEWORKS FOR LEARNING                          3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Baldwin

EDU542                  THE TEACHER AS LEADER                            3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Furjes

EDU544                  ACTION RESEARCH PROJECT                          2 hours       Limit 6
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Barger

EDU549                  FOUNDATIONS OF READING INSTRUCTION               3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Christensen

EDU550                  READING AND WRITING ACROSS THE CURRICULUM        3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Christensen

EDU551                  LITERATURE-BASED READING FOR DIVERSE LEARNERS    3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Barger

EDU553                  ASSESSMENT AND TEACHING OF STUDENTS WITH         3 hours       Limit 20
                        READING DIFFICULTIES
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Christensen

EDU556                  WRITING ASSESSMENT AND INSTRUCTION               3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                                           Baker

EDU557                  TEACHING GRAMMAR WITHIN THE WRITING PROCESS      3 hours       Limit 20
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Krekeler

EDU583                  PRACTICUM IN DIAGNOSIS OF READING DIFFICULTIES   3 hours       Limit 10
 20       ONLINE Arrangement                                             Staff




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EDU584                    PRACTICUM IN THE REMEDIATION OF READING DIFFCULTIES II 3 hours                      Limit 10
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Staff

EDU585                    EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH METHODS                                     3 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Schwarting

EDU591                    EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT                         3 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Schwarting
 (FOR READING CERTIFICATION ONLY)

ENG102                    COMPOSITION II                                                   3 hours            Limit 15
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Sanchez

HES119                    ESSENTIAL CONCEPTS FOR HEALTH AND FITNESS                        3 hours            Limit 24
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                              Hessler

HES214                    NUTRITION AND WELLNESS                                           2 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Short

HES533                    ADVOCACY AND PUBLIC POLICY: ADDRESSING                           3 hours            Limit 15
                          A WORLD IN NEED
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Huisman

HES543                    CONTEMPORARY APPLICATIONS FOR HEALTH COMMUNICATION 3 hours                          Limit 15
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             Short

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 20        ONLINE Arrangement               01/17/12-03/06/12                              Baken
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 21        ONLINE Arrangement               01/17/12-03/06/12                              Ridlen
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 22        ONLINE Arrangement               01/17/12-03/06/12                              Theissen
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 23        ONLINE Arrangement               03/13/12-05/08/12                              Megahan
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 24       ONLINE Arrangement                03/13/12-05/08/12                              Ridlen
 ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

INT199                    INFORMATION NAVIGATION AND EVALUATION                            1 hour             Limit 30
 25        ONLINE Arrangement               03/13/12-05/08/12                              Theissen
 ONE ON-CAMPUS ASSIGNMENT IS REQUIRED

MTH115                    INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS                                       3 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement                                                             English

PHL120                    INTRODUCTION TO CRITICAL THINKING                                3 hours            Limit 20
 20         ONLINE Arrangement              01/17/12-03/06/12                              Eiler




                  The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                  Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
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PHL221                 BUSINESS ETHICS                       3 hours     Limit 20
 20      ONLINE Arrangement                                  Wennemann

PHL260                 CONTEMPORARY MORAL ISSUES             3 hours     Limit 20
 20      ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12   Wennemann

PSY200                 DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY              3 hours     Limit 20
 20      ONLINE Arrangement                                  Afful

REL225                 WORLD RELIGIONS                       3 hours     Limit 20
 20      ONLINE Arrangement              1/17/12-3/6/12      Stopke

REL225                 WORLD RELIGIONS                       3 hours     Limit 20
 21      ONLINE Arrangement              03/13/12-05/08/12   Rosenberg

SOC100                 SURVEY OF SOCIOLOGY                   3 hours     Limit 20
   20    ONLINE Arrangement                                  Black




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                                                     	MiLitarY	Science	cOurSeS
                                                    at	WaShinGtOn	univerSitY
The contact person for the Military Science courses is 1st Lieutenant James Horesky at 314-935-5521 or email:
james.horesky@wustl.edu.

MSL 102:                     INTRODUCTION TO LEADERSHIP II - SPRING SEMESTER
            Investigate leadership fundamentals such as problem-solving, listening, presenting briefs, providing feedback, and using effective writing skills. You will
            explore dimensions of leadership attributes and core leader competencies in the context of practical, hands-on, and interactive exercises. Learn funda-
            mental military concepts and explore the Army’s leadership philosophy. MSL 102 is open to all students and enrollment does not require a commitment
            to join the US Army.

MSL 202:                     FOUNDATIONS OF TACTICAL LEADERSHIP- SPRING SEMESTER
            Develop greater self-awareness as you assess your own leadership styles and practice communication and team building skills. Examine and practice
            the challenges of leading teams in the complex operational environment. Study dimensions of terrain analysis, patrolling, and operation orders. Explores
            the dynamics of adaptive leadership in the context of military operations. Enrollment in MSL 202 does not require a commitment to join the US Army.

MSL 302:                     APPLIED TEAM LEADERSHIP- SPRING SEMESTER
            Continue to learn and apply the fundamentals of Army leadership, officership, Army values and ethics as you hone your leadership abilities in a variety of
            tactical environments and the classroom. Successful completion of this course will help prepare you for success at the ROTC Leader Development and
            Assessment Course (LDAC) which you will attend the summer following this course at Fort Lewis, WA. You will receive systematic and specific feedback
            on your leadership attributes, values and core leader competencies from your instructors, other ROTC cadre, and senior cadets.
            Prerequisite for this course is the successful completion of MSL 301.

MSL 402:                     LEADERSHIP IN A COMPLEX WORLD – SPRING SEMESTER
            Explore the dynamics of leading in the complex situation of current military operations in the contemporary operating environment. Examine differences
            in customs and courtesies, military law, principles of war, and rules of engagement in the face of international terrorism. You will also explore aspects of
            interacting with non-government organizations, civilians on the battlefield and host nation support. Significant emphasis is placed on your transition to
            officership, preparing you for your branch school and first unit of assignment.
            Prerequisite for this course is the successful completion of MSL 401.

MSL 450:                     MODERN AMERICAN MILITARY HISTORY – FALL AND SPRING SEMESTERS
            A survey of US military involvement beginning with the Treaty of Versailles following World War I and concluding with the current Global War on Terror.
            Students will follow a chronological study of crucial battles of World War II, Korea, Vietnam and conclude with in-depth case studies from Iraq and
            Afghanistan. The class focuses on both tactical and strategic lessons learned and the political and cultural influences that effect the way wars are fought.
            Prerequisite for this course is sophomore status and good standing in the ROTC program.




                    The University reserves the right to cancel or change any classroom or course without prior notice.
                                    Please check your online web registration for the latest information.
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A.   Visitor Parking                                                                                       Eardley Family Clinic for Speech-Language
B.   Student Parking                                                                                          and Hearing........................................ 889-1407....................... 2nd floor
C.   Faculty/Staff Parking (after 6 p.m. students are allowed)                                             English and Communication ................... 889-4551...............................312
D.   Restricted Parking                                                                                    Education/Special Education .................. 889-1430...............................235
                                                                                                           Fontbanner Newspaper .......................... 889-4550...............................301
All area codes are (314).                                                                                  Grants .................................................... 889-4510.............................127A
                                                                                                           History, Philosophy, and Religion............. 889-4549...............................308
1. Wydown House (president’s home)                                                                         Interdisciplinary Studies ........................ 719-3640 ............................. 317
                                                                                                           President’s Reception Room ..................................................................115
2. East Building (formerly Fine Arts)
   Advancement V.P .................................... 889-1469 ............................118H     3. Dunham Student Activity Center
   Alumni Relations .................................... 889-1403...............................116      Alumni Caf’ ............................................ 889-1454....................... 2nd floor
   Behavioral Sciences .............................. 719-3616...............................323         Athletic Dept........................................... 889-1444....................... 2nd floor
   Communication Disorders & Deaf Ed. ..... 889-1407...............................218                   Control Desk ......................................... 889-1455.............................lobby
   Development ......................................... 889-1469 ............................116C       Fitness Room ................................................................................. 1st floor




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     Mabee Gymnasium ........................................................................ 1st floor       8. Medaille Hall ......................................... 889-4600..............................door
     Student Activities.................................... 719-8057............................ DSAC            Arnold Memorial Center.................................................................. 1st floor
     Student Development Director ................ 719-3604...................... 2nd Floor                      Campus Ministry .................................... 719-3663........................ 1st floor
                                                                                                                 Career Development ............................... 889-4516........................ 1st floor
4. Physical Plant ............................................................................ 889-1404          Housekeeping ........................................ 889-1424......................basement
                                                                                                                 Personal Counseling ............................... 889-4516........................ 1st floor
5. Jack C. Taylor Library                                                                                        Residential Areas.................................................................... 2nd-3rd floor
   Board Conference Room......................... 719-8005........................ 1st floor                     Residential Life....................................... 889-1416........................ 1st floor
   Circulation Desk ..................................... 889-1417........................ 1st floor             Service, Diversity & Social Justice .......... 889-4503........................ 1st floor
   Curriculum Resource Center ....................................................... lower level                Student Affairs; VP .................................. 889-1411........................ 1st floor
   Information Commons ............................ 719-8039........................ 1st floor                   Student Government Association ............ 889-4526........................4th floor
   Kinkel Academic Resource Center ......... 889-4571...............................205
   Lewis Room ............................................................................... lower level     9. St. Joseph’s Hall (residence) ................. 889-4700..............................door
   Ruth Stroble Conference Room ............... 889-1435....................... 2nd floor
                                                                                                              10. Fine Arts Center
6. Anheuser-Busch Hall                                                                                            Art Gallery .............................................. 719-3580........................ 1st floor
   Biological and Physical Sciences ........... 889-4574...............................326                        Fine Arts ................................................. 889-1431.............................. 243
   Bonnie and L. B. Eckelkamp College of Global                                                                   Performing Arts Theater................................................................. 2nd floor
      Business and Professional Studies ..... 889-4518...............................226                          Residential Areas............................................................................3rd floor
   Human Environmental Sciences ............. 889-1415...............................126
                                                                                                              11. Southwest Hall (residence)
7. Ryan Hall
   Academic Affairs; VP .............................. 889-1401...............................202             12. Public Safety Office .............................. 719-HELP (4357)
   Admission ............................................. 889-1400...............................209             Pager ..................................................... 318-HELP (4357)
   Advising Office ....................................... 719-3654.............................107B
   Bookstore............................................... 889-1420........................ 1st floor
   Business Office ...................................... 889-1405...............................215
   Communications and Marketing ............. 889-1467...............................424
   Dean of Undergraduate Studies .............. 889-4760.............................201C
   Dining Room .................................................................................. 1st floor
   Doerr Chapel ................................................................................ 2nd floor
   Facilities; Associate VP ........................... 889-4748.............................407B
   Finance and Administration; VP............... 719-8007...............................302
   Financial Aid ........................................... 889-1414...............................310
   Food Service .......................................... 889-1449...............................113
   General Services .................................... 719-8037...............................111
   Human Resources/Personnel .................. 889-1493...............................304
   Information office/main number ............. 889-1498...............................101
   Information Technology; VP..................... 719-8095...............................322
   Institutional Research/Assessment ........ 719-3661...............................204
   International Affairs ................................ 889-4509...............................103
   Mailroom................................................ 889-1463...............................111
   Mathematics and Computer Science ...... 889-4508...............................408
   President................................................ 889-1419...............................214
   Registrar ................................................ 889-1421.............................. 205
   Social Work ............................................ 719-3642...............................402
   Study Abroad.......................................... 719-8058.............................103B




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