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									                                                                                                                                         Business
Ba or BGS IN
Business Administration

The Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of General Studies in Business
Administration provides students with the analytical tools and                             Contact Person(s):
competencies needed to be successful in a business career. The major is
designed to provide skills and knowledge in marketing, finance,                            Leslie Bertholdt
accounting, communications and general management practices. A                             Graduate and Adult Admissions
degree in Business Administration will prepare students for                                Phone: (773) 244-4577
advancement in the workplace. Business Administration Majors can                           FAX:     (773) 279-7522
pursue a wide variety of career goals. Many graduates go on to pursue                      Email: lbertholdt@northpark.edu
graduate degrees in business.
TARGET AUDIENCE:                          TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                               ADDRESS:
Adult bachelor’s degree completion        Texts are available online through               North Park University
students with previous college            North Park bookstore website.                    Adult and Graduate Admissions
experience who wish to take classes in
                                                                                           3225 W. Foster Ave.
an accelerated format.                    TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                          Students may transfer a maximum of               Chicago, IL 60625
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                   90 semester hours of credit from a
Students must have earned at least        community college or up to 90                    WEBSITE:
12 semester hours of transferable         semester hours of credit from an                 http://www.northpark.edu/sal
credit from an accredited college or      accredited four-year college or
university with a grade point average     university. Courses in vocational or
of at least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in all   highly technical areas that lead to              required courses:
college level work.                       terminal certification or an AAS
                                                                                           ADULT LEARNING CORE:
                                          degree will be evaluated on a course-
                                                                                           GS 2050   Strategies and Technologies
COST:                                     by-course basis.                                           for Professional
$490 per semester hour                                                                               Development             4 sh
                                          TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:                              GS 2080   Writing for the
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:                    Minimum of 120 semester hours,                             Disciplines             4 sh
Submit free application and official      including all major and general
                                                                                           REQUIRED BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
transcripts from all colleges attended.   education requirements.                          MAJOR COURSES:
Prospective students may fax                                                               College Algebra or equivalent is a
applications and unofficial transcripts   FINANCIAL AID INFO:                              prerequisite for some major courses and
                                          Student Administrative Services                  may be fulfilled through transfer credit or
for the initial evaluation. Upon
                                                                                           completed at North Park.
evaluation and acceptance, students       (773) 244-5560.                                  ORG 3034 Communicating in
are referred to a School of Adult                                                                        Organizations            4 sh
Learning advisor to discuss program       SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:                         ORG 4074 Leading and Managing 4 sh
options and orientation.                  • Accelerated and intensive class sessions       ORG 4094 Marketing in a Global
                                              meet once a week for seven weeks.                          Economy                  4 sh
                                          •   Two degree options (BA and BGS)              ORG 4120 Ethical Decisions in
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                                                                                       Organizations            4 sh
                                              provide flexibility for transfer students.
Year-round calendar with six intensive    •   Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a         BADM 3100 Making Economic
sessions. Each session is seven weeks         systematic process by which School of                      Decisions                4 sh
in duration.                                  Adult Learning students may earn             BADM 3300 Principles of Financial
                                              academic credit for prior learning                         Accounting               4 sh
                                              gained outside of a traditional              BADM 3500 Principles of Managerial
DELIVERY MODE:                                                                                           Accounting               2 sh
                                              classroom setting. College-level
Face-to-face with online support              learning is awarded when the student         BADM 3900 Business Law                 2 sh
through Blackboard. Some courses              is able to demonstrate learning,             BADM 4100 Foundations of Finance 4 sh
fully online.                                 whether from informal life experience,       BADM 4200 Production Management 4 sh
                                              professional training, certification,        BADM 4400 Integrating Strategic
                                              licensure, or any other source.                            Management               4 sh
LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                                          •   North Park University is distinctively
University Center facility in Grayslake       Christian, urban, and multicultural.

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Business

                                                                                         Bachelor of Business
                                                              ONLINE                         Administration

                                                               The online Bachelor of Business Administration degree provides
           Contact Person(s):                                  students with a broad course of study that will prepare them for
                                                               employment in private or public organizations of any size. Building on
           Barbara Cass, Online Coordinator                    core knowledge areas, the BBA degree program enables students to
           Phone: (800) 323-9243                               pursue advanced coursework in their areas of interest as well as to
           FAX:    (217) 206-7543                              build competencies in legal issues, critical thinking, analysis and
           E-mail: cbmonline@uis.edu                           decision making.

           ADDRESS:                                            TARGET AUDIENCE:                               REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:
           University of Illinois at Springfield               Students who have an AA or AS (or at           Once admitted, students can access
                                                               least 54 hours of completed college            registration 24 hours a day, 7 days a
           One University Plaza
                                                               credit towards a bachelor’s degree)            week (except Sundays 6 a.m. – Noon)
           MS UHB 4093                                         and want a bachelor’s degree in                via www.uis.edu/registration
           Springfield, IL 62703-5407                          Business Administration.
                                                                                                              ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
                                                               ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                        Fall, spring and summer semesters.
           WEBSITE:                                            Interested students should contact the
           www.uis.edu/cbam/online                             Online Program Coordinator or view             DELIVERY MODE:
                                                               the application process on our                 Entirely online via the Internet.—Lake
                                                               website at www.uis.edu/cbam/online/            County students who do not have
                                                               apply.html                                     access to a computer should contact
                                                                                                              the University Center for convenient
           Required COURSES:                                   Admission will be limited based on             computer access.
                                                               enrollment capacity. Students who seek
           The BBA online degree requirements are
                                                               admission to the program should have:          TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
           identical to the requirements for the BBA           •   Met all general education requirements     Students can access UIS Follet’s
           on-campus degree.                                       as stated in the UIS catalog               Bookstore at www.uis.bkstr.com or
                                                                   (www.uis. edu/UIScatalog/).                they can procure texts via other online
           College Core: 21 Hours                              •   Met all entrance requirements
                                                                                                              providers.
            MIS 352      Principles of Management                  stipulated for business administration
                         Information Systems         3 Hrs.        majors including:
            BUS 302      Principles of Financial                   – Introduction to Financial Accounting
                                                                                                              TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                         Management                  3 Hrs.        – Introduction to Managerial               UIS has a 30 hour residence
            BUS 312      Principles of Marketing     3 Hrs.                                                   requirement. UIS participates in the
                                                                     Accounting
            BUS 322      Principles of Operations
                         Management                  3 Hrs.        – Introduction to Microeconomics           Illinois Articulation Initiative, a
            BUS 331      Business and Society        3 Hrs.        – Introduction to Macroeconomics           statewide agreement designed to
            MGT 310      Managing Organizational                   – behavioral science course (e.g.          allow students to transfer general
                         Behavior                    3 Hrs.          sociology or psychology)                 education credit between participating
            MGT488       Strategic Management and                  – Statistics
                         Leadership                  3 Hrs.                                                   institutions. Contact the Online
                                                                   – Calculus or Finite Math
                                                                                                              Program Coordinator for specifics.
                                                               •   A GPA of 3.0 or better for previous
           Business Administration Core: 15 Hours
            Business Electives                       6 Hrs.
                                                                   college coursework;
                                                               •   Demonstrated ability to write in English   TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
            CBM Electives                            9 Hrs.
                                                                   at the appropriate baccalaureate level;    Minimum 120 hours required;
           UIS requirements & general electives:               •   Access to the Internet, specified          maximum transfer hours accepted
           24 Hours                                                software and experience with their use.    from a 2 year college is 66 hours.
            UIS requirements (ECCEs)                13 Hrs.    •   Submitted application, application fee,
            General electives                       11 Hrs.        transcripts and letter of intent as        FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                                                   specified on our website                   Call (217) 206-6724 or visit the
           Total                                60 Hours
                                                                                                              website at www.uis.edu/financialaid
           Advisors from the CBM online office will work       COST:
           with you to develop an optimal degree plan.         For the most up-to-date information
                                                               about the UIS e-tuition rate and fees,
                                                               visit the website: www.uis.edu/
                                                               registration/tuition

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                                                                                                                                             Business
BA or BGS in
Nonprofit Management

The major in Nonprofit Management is designed for adults with work
experience who are seeking to enter the nonprofit sector or to move                          Contact Person(s):
into leadership positions in nonprofit organizations. This major will
provide you with the knowledge and "on the job" skills to enable you                         Leslie Bertholdt
to make the world a better place by working on issues that you’re                            Graduate and Adult Admissions
passionate about.                                                                            Phone: (773) 244-4577
TARGET AUDIENCE:                             LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:                         FAX:     (773) 279-7522
Working adults who want to complete          University Center facility in Grayslake         Email: lbertholdt@northpark.edu
their bachelor’s degree in a values-
based educational environment.               TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                              ADDRESS:
                                             Texts are available online through the
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                      North Park bookstore website.                   North Park University
•   Completed free application                                                               Adult and Graduate Admissions
•   Official transcripts from all attended   TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                          3225 W. Foster Ave.
    universities and colleges                Students may transfer a maximum of
•   Grade point average of 2.0 (on a 4.0                                                     Chicago, IL 60625
                                             90 semester hours of credit from a
    scale)
                                             community college or up to 90
•   At least 12 semester hours of
    transferable college credit              semester hours of credit from an                WEBSITE:
•   Financial aid paperwork                  accredited four-year college or                 http://www.northpark.edu/sal
•   International and naturalized students   university. Courses in vocational or
    are required to adhere to the English    highly technical areas that lead to
    Language Proficiency Testing Policy      terminal certification or an AAS
                                             degree will be evaluated on a course-
COST:                                        by-course basis.
$490 per semester hour.                                                                      required courses:
                                             TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:                       Minimum of 120 credit hours,                    ADULT LEARNING CORE:
                                                                                             GS 2050     Strategies and Technologies for
Application procedure: Submit a free         including all major and general                             Professional Development (4SH)
application and official transcripts         education requirements.                         GS 2080     Writing for the Disciplines (4SH)
from all colleges attended.
Prospective students may fax                 FINANCIAL AID INFO:                             COURSES IN THE NONPROFIT
                                                                                             MANAGEMENT MAJOR INLCUDE:
applications and unofficial transcripts      Student Administrative Services at              ORG 3034  Communicating in Organizations
for the initial evaluation. Upon             (773) 244-5560.                                           (4SH)
evaluation and acceptance, students                                                          BADM 3100 Making Economic Decisions (4SH)
are referred to a School of Adult                                                            ORG 4074 Leading and Managing (4SH)
                                             SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:                        ORG 4094 Marketing in a Global Economy
Learning advisor to discuss program          •   Accelerated and intensive class sessions              (4SH)
options and orientation.                         meet once a week for seven weeks            ORG 4120 Ethical Decisions in Organizations
                                             •   Two degree options (B.A. and B.G.S. )                 (4SH)
                                                 provide flexibility for transfer students   NPM 4170 Elements of Nonprofit
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                                                                                Management (4SH)
                                             •   Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a
Students may register on-line at the                                                         NPM 4180 Nonprofit Governance and
                                                 systematic process by which School of
North Park website.                                                                                    Volunteer Management (2SH)
                                                 Adult Learning students may earn            NPM 4190 Financial Management of
                                                 academic credit for prior learning                    Nonprofit Organizations (2SH)
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                               gained outside of a traditional             NPM 4200 Building Public and Financial
Year-round calendar with six intensive           classroom setting. College-level                      Support for Nonprofit
sessions. Each session is seven weeks            learning is awarded when the student                  Organizations (4SH)
                                                 is able to demonstrate learning,            BADM 4400 Integrating Strategic Management
in duration.                                                                                           (4SH)
                                                 whether from informal life experience,
DELIVERY MODE:                                   professional training, certification,
                                                 licensure, or any other source.
Face-to-face with online support
                                             •   North Park University is distinctively
through Blackboard. Some courses                 Christian, urban, and multicultural.
fully online.



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                                                                                                                                           COMPUTER SCIENCE/INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Bachelor of Science in
Computer SCIENCE                                                            ONLINE


Designed to provide graduates with a strong foundation in computer
science and related disciplines. The curriculum teaches students cutting-                     Contact Person(s):
edge techniques and practices, yet ensures that they learn the requisite
core skills and theoretical foundations. Students choose to emphasize                         Barbara Selvaggio
either Software Engineering or System Security & Information Assurance                        Online Program Coordinator
(SSIA).Graduates have been successful in earning advanced degrees                             Toll Free:    (800) 323-9243 or
and in pursuing careers in research and application-oriented positions in                     Direct Line: (217) 206-6420
business, industry, government, and education.                                                E-mail: csconline@uis.edu

TARGET AUDIENCE:                               For information about how to apply, please     ADDRESS:
Students who seek to participate actively in   visit (http://www.uis.edu/admissions). For     University of Illinois at Springfield
dynamic, diverse, and interactive online       information about financial assistance,
                                                                                              One University Plaza
learning communities, and complete their       please visit (http://www.uis.edu/
degrees in their own time and at their own     financialaid/).                                MS UH3000
pace via the Internet.                                                                        Springfield, IL 62703
                                               For a complete and current list of UIS
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                        courses, visit the website:
                                               http://www.uis.edu/registration/
                                                                                              WEBSITE:
Interested students should contact Barbara
Selvaggio for support through admission        courseSchedule/index.htm                       http://csc.uis.edu
and registration processes. Students must
have:                                          ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
• A minimum of 30 credit hours                 UIS is on a semester scheduling system.
• GPA of 2.00 or higher on a 4.00 point
    scale from a regionally-accredited         DELIVERY MODE:
    college or university                      Entirely online via the Internet. Lake
• Two semesters of Java programming            County students who do not have access
• One semester of discrete or finite           to a computer should contact the               required Courses:
    mathematics prior to application           University Center for convenient computer
• One semester each of calculus and            access.                                        CSC   305 Entrance Assessment     (0   sh)
    statistics.
                                                                                              CSC   405 Exit Assessment         (0   sh)
• Completed online application and             TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                             CSC   376 Computer Organization  (4    sh)
    application fee (http://www.uis.edu/       The UIS Follett's Bookstore: http://www.uis.   CSC   385 Data Structures and
    admissions)                                bkstr.com or other online provider.                      Algorithms             (4    sh)
• Statement of purpose for pursuing the
                                                                                              CSC 387 Foundations of Computer
    degree (2 pages)                           TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                                   Science                 (4   sh)
• A sample of JAVA code that the               Contact the Online Program Coordinator         CSC 388 Programming Languages or
    student has written for a prior course/    for specifices and see general information     CSC 368 Systems Programming
    project (http://csc.uis.edu/information/   about the UIS transfer process at:                       Languages               (4   sh)
    onugadmissions.html).                      http://www.uis.edu/admissions/transfer/        CSC 389 Intro to Operating
                                               guides.html                                              Systems                 (4   sh)
Application Deadlines:                                                                        CSC 478 Software Engineering
Fall semester – March 15th                     Students with A.A. or A.S. degrees from                  Capstone or
Spring semester – September 15th               regionally accredited community colleges       CSC 438 SSIA Capstone             (4   sh)
                                               in Illinois meet the lower division general    CSC electives                   (12    sh)
COST:                                          education requirements at UIS. Early           General Electives               (11    sh)
See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/          application is advised as only a limited       Engaged Citizenship,
tuition/index.html.                            number of students are admitted each             Common Experience             (13    sh)
                                               semester
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                                                                       Total Hours                      60     0
Once admitted to the Online B.S. in            TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
Computer Science Degree Program,               48 credit hours in upper division course
students must contact the Computer             work plus transfer hours for a total of 120.
Science Department (csc@uis.edu) for
permission to register.                        FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                               Call (217) 206-6724 or visit the website at
                                               http://www.uis.edu/financialaid


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EDUCATION

                                 Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education
                               & Post-baccalaureate Certificate (04 Certification)


                                                                Kendall College is pleased to offer its Bachelor of Arts in Early
            Contact Person(s):                                  Childhood Education (ECE), with optional Illinois Type 04 Certification
                                                                preparation. Graduates who meet all requirements and receive
            Monica Triplett
                                                                certification from the state are entitled to work with children from birth
            General Admissions
                                                                through age 8 and to teach Pre-K through Grade 3 in Illinois public
            Phone: (800) 569-8179, ext 4893
                                                                schools and similar organizations that require certification. Three degree
            E-mail:
                                                                tracks are offered to suit your needs.
            ece.admissions@kendall.edu
                                                                TARGET AUDIENCE:                       more holistic experience with the
            ADDRESS:
                                                                Individuals with recent coursework     content and practical applications
            Kendall College
                                                                in ECE from CLC or other               of material.
            900 N. North Branch St.
                                                                accredited institution whose career
            Chicago, IL 60642
                                                                plans include working in Illinois      LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
            WEBSITE:                                            public schools.                        University Center facility at
            http://www.kendall.edu                                                                     Grayslake. Some may also be
                                                                ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                offered as an online option.
            Required Courses:                                   • Admissions application with
                                                                  $50.00 application fee and           TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
            BA Completion:                                                                             Kendall uses the online book
            Major Requirements 93 Quarter Hours
                                                                  completed personal statement
             EDU   110  Introduction to ECE (4)                 • All official college transcripts     retailer, MBS Direct. Students are
             PSY   111  Introduction to Psychology (4)
                                                                  (transfer students with less than    able to find all books needed for
            *EDU   215  Child Health, Safety, & Nutrition (4)
            *EDU   222  Child Development (4)                     24 quarter hrs. must also submit     their courses and order them from
             EDU   225  Educational Psychology (4)                high school transcripts.             this website using financial aid or
             EDU   230  Child, Family, & Comm Relations (4)
            *EDU   240  Obsv & Assmnt of the Young Child (5)    Contact the Admissions Office for      other resources.
            *EDU   252  Dev Approp Practices: Infants,          any additional information or
                        Toddlers (5)                                                                   TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
            *EDU 255 Play & Lrn. for the Preschool Child (5)    specific questions at (800) 569-
             EDU 260 Lang Acquisition & Development (5)         8179 or at ece@kendall.edu             A maximum of 132 QH accepted,
             EDU 275 Lit. & Learn. For Young Children (4)                                              including courses with grades of
            *EDU 280 Technology in the Classroom (4)
            *EDU 290 The Exceptional Child (4)                  COST:                                  “C” or higher accepted from
            *EDU 317 Classroom Mgt for the EC Teacher (4)       $250 per credit hour                   regionally-accredited institutions,
            *EDU 333 Prof & the EC Educator (4)†                                                       CLEP and AP. No remedial or
            *EDU 402 Eff. Pract. In the Diverse Classrm (4)†
            *EDU 403 Early Literacy (5)†                        REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                developmental courses. Certain
            *EDU 404 Literacy Development (5)†
                                                                Initial registration via the           courses must be taken at Kendall.
            *EDU 405 Teaching Mathematics (5)†
            *EDU 406 Teaching Science (5)                       admissions office at the above
            *EDU 407 Teaching Social Studies & the Arts (5)                                            TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                phone number or e-mail address.
            Concentration Requirements—12 QH                                                           Minimum of 181 quarter hours
             EDU 391 Tchng Young Child w/ Spec. Needs (4)       Continuing student registration is
             EDU 393 Scrng & Assmt of Young Children w/         completed individually with
                        Spec. Needs (4)                                                                FINANCIAL AID INFO:
             EDU 394 Teaming, Collab, & Comm (4)                academic advisors.
                                                                                                       Director of Financial Aid
            Additional Degree Requirements
             BA, ECE with IL Type 04 Certification              ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                     900 N. North Branch St.
            *EDU 451 Clinical Practice: Pre-Primary (3)†
                                                                Kendall adheres to a quarterly         Chicago, IL 60642
            *EDU 452 Clinical Seminar: Pre-Primary (1)†
            *EDU 453 Clinical Practice: Primary (3)†            calendar. Courses meet for 10          Phone: (312) 752-2070 or (866)
            *EDU 454 Clinical Seminar: Primary (1)†             weeks and while summers are            803-9988
             BA, ECE without Certification
             EDU 411 Internship I (4) †                         available, they are not required..
             EDU 412 Internship II (4) †                                                               SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
            Any elective to reach 181 credit hours              DELIVERY MODE:                         Multiple clinical placements and
            *Required for the Post-baccalaureate
            certification preparation track
                                                                Coursework within each quarter is      student teaching in both primary
            †Courses cannot be transferred; must be taken       integrated to give the students a      and preprimary settings.
            at Kendall.

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                                                                                                                                   EDUCATION
Bachelor of Science in Elementary
Education (03 Certification)

The program results in a bachelor's degree and prepares students to
earn Illinois State Certification in Elementary Education by passing State            Contact Person(s):
tests and applying to the state directly for certification.
                                                                                      Ms. Jennifer Zell
TARGET AUDIENCE:                           LOCATION OF COURSES:                       SIUC Department of Curriculum
Those who wish to teach in grades K-       University Center facility in Grayslake.     and Instruction
8 in public or private schools.                                                       Phone: (847) 208-9603
                                           TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                         FAX:    (847) 665-4115
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                    A list of required textbooks for each      E-mail: jenzell@siu.edu
• An earned AA or AS degree or at          semester will be given to students
  least 45 credit hours completed          well before the beginning of the
• Completion of:
                                                                                      Dr. Griff E. Powell
                                           semester. Students are responsible
  • Intro to Teaching                                                                 Program Coordinator
                                           for purchasing the books prior to the
  • English Composition I and II           start of the semester.                     Phone: (847) 665-4152
  • Math for Elem. Teachers I & II                                                    Cell:    (708) 516-5815
  (all with grades of C or better)         TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                     FAX:     (847) 665-4115
• Overall GPA of 2.75 or higher            Students may transfer in the required      E-mail: gpowell@siu.edu
• Pass the Illinois Test of Basic Skills   credit hours in the liberal arts core as
                                           well as the 18-hour concentration in       ADDRESS:
(Other liberal arts and education          a content area from an accredited
courses required for the degree must                                                  University Center of Lake County
                                           two or four year institution.
be completed prior to enrolling or         Consultation with the coordinator          1200 University Center Drive,
while enrolled in the SIUC program.)       should be done as early as possible        Grayslake, IL 60030
                                           since there are specific courses
COST:                                      required in each of these areas.
$315 per credit hour. Semesters                                                       Required Courses:
range from 12 to 15 credit hours.          HOURS NEEDED:                              • Completion of specific liberal arts core
                                           Of the hours required to complete          • Completion of 18 credit hours in
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                                                                 approved content area
                                           the program, at least 60 must be
                                                                                      • Completion of the SIUC Professional
Via appointment with coordinator.          earned at a four-year institution.           Preparation Sequence:
                                                                                           Mathematics Content Methods for
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                         FINANCIAL AID INFO:                                Elementary School III & IV
Classes run Monday evenings and            Students enrolled in this program are           Literature for Children
Saturdays for four 16-week fall &                                                          Teaching Reading and Writing in the
                                           eligible for Federal Financial Aid.                Middle Grades
spring semesters. Electives run in the                                                     Introduction to Reflective Teaching
summer and on Thursday evenings            SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:                           Practice
during the year. Students also spend       • Cohort style allows for formation             Heath Programs in Elementary
time in elementary classrooms each                                                            Schools
                                             of strong networking and support
semester to gain practical experience.                                                     Teaching Reading in Elementary
                                             system.                                          School
                                           • Integrated coursework makes                   Teaching Elementary School English
DELIVERY MODE:                               content more meaningful and                      Language Arts
A “cohort” or group of 25 students is        applicable.                                   Teaching Elementary School Science
formed each semester and the group                                                         Field Observation and Participation
                                           • Extensive field experiences gives
                                                                                           Teaching Elementary School Social
moves through the four-semester              learning context and allows for                  Science
program together. Course work within         practical application of new                  Science Process and Concepts for
each semester is integrated to give          knowledge and skills.                            Teachers N-8
students a more holistic experience                                                        Classroom Management and
with the content and practical                                                                Discipline
                                                                                           Evaluation of Teaching and Learning
applications of the material.
                                                                                           Student Teaching
                                                                                      • 2 Middle School Endorsement courses
                                                                                      • Possibly an elective class




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EDUCATION

                                    Bachelor of Science in Workforce
                                         Education and Development

                                              Designed for teachers, instructional support personnel, managers, and
            Contact Person(s):                administrators who want to prepare for positions in education and
                                              training in public education, business, industry, labor, the military, and
            Thomas P. Hanlon, PhD             other government agencies. Includes specialization in Education Training
            Dept. of Workforce Education &    and Development.
             Development
            Phone: (847) 689-0055
            FAX:    (847) 689-8658            TARGET AUDIENCE:                       TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
            E-mail: hanlon@siu.edu            Community college teachers,            Textbooks are purchased by the
                                              industry trainers, human resource      student via Internet sources.
            ADDRESS:                          and management professionals.
            Great Lakes Naval Station                                                TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
            Lifelong Learning Center          ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                Credit may be given for previous
            2221 MacDonough Drive             High school diploma or                 work experience, technical
            Bldg. 617, Room 203               equivalent. Credit is granted for      training, and course work taken at
            Great Lakes, IL 60088-3012        past work experience in teachable      other institutions. SIUC delivers
                                              occupation and technical               the 36 semester-hour Workforce
                                              specialty courses.                     Education Development (WED)
                                                                                     major. Students complete all
                                              COST:                                  other degree requirements
                                              $225.00 per semester hour              through transfer credit.
            Required Courses:
                                              REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
            WED 381A-3sh Training Proposal    Application is made through the        121 semester hours including
                         and Report Writing
                                              SIUC Military Program, Navy            transfer credit.
            WED 381B-3sh Training Proposal
                         and Report Writing   Campus Education Center, Bldg
            WED 382-3sh Developing Your       617, 2221 MacDonough St., NTC          FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                         Career               Great Lakes, IL 60088. Call (847)      Tuition and delivery cost paid by
            WED 398-3sh Special Problems
                                              689-0055.                              student. Program qualifies for
            WED 460-3sh Occupational
                         Analysis and                                                Military Education Benefits
                         Curriculum Dev.      ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                     reimbursement.
            WED 462-3sh Instructional         Program runs on three semesters.
                         Methods &
                                              Students can enter any term over       SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
                         Materials
            WED 463-3sh Assessment of         a 12-month cycle.                      Individual advisement, weekend
                         Learner                                                     format, liberal transfer of credit
                         Performance          DELIVERY MODE:                         from other institutions, and credit
            WED 466-3sh Foundation of Work
                                              Face-to-face courses offered on        granted for relevant work
                         Education
            WED 469-3sh Training Systems      alternate weekends throughout          experience and technical training.
                         Management           the term over a 12-month cycle.
            WED 486-3sh Adult Education &
                         Training
                                              LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
            WED 495/
              496-3-6sh  Internship           Great Lakes Naval Training Center




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HEALTH CARE & HUMAN SERVICES

                                                                                     Biology B.A., Health Biology
                                                                                                  Concentration

                                                                                The innovative Health Biology concentration within the Biology B.A. provides a
                               Contact Person(s):                               broad foundation in biomedical science and healthcare. It differs from
                                                                                traditional, specialized pre-healthcare programs in that it accommodates
                               Patti Duda                                       students interested in any number of healthcare professions requiring at least a
                               Enrollment Representative                        bachelor’s degree. The Health Biology concentration can open the door to a
                               Phone: (800) 443-5522 x 5112                     wide variety of meaningful and rewarding careers.
                               FAX:    (847) 947-5112
                                                                                The NLU Health Biology concentration offers the prerequisite coursework
                               E-Mail: pduda@nl.edu
                                                                                necessary not only for professional positions that require a bachelor’s degree,
                               OR
                                                                                but also for admission to graduate programs. It prepares students for:
                               Response Center
                                                                                Graduate level programs in audiology, nutrition, pharmacy, physician assistance,
                               Phone: (888) NLU-today                           occupational or physical therapy, public health, forensic science, athletic
                               Email: nluinfo@nl.edu                            training, optometry, podiatry, genetic counseling, and advanced studies in
                                                                                related areas. Or, with the B.A. only, careers such as biomedical laboratory
                               ADDRESS:                                         technicians, sales representatives in pharmaceutical or medical diagnostic
                               National-Louis University                        equipment companies, insurance coding professionals, research or clinical study
                               5202 Old Orchard Road,                           coordinators, environmental health scientists, medical writers or illustrator,
                               Skokie, IL 60077                                 among others.
                                                                                TARGET AUDIENCE:                                     LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                               WEBSITE:                                         Students looking for entrance into                   University Center facility in Grayslake and
                               http://www.nl.edu/academics/                     graduate programs in health and medical              other locations in Lake County as
                                                                                related fields.                                      determined by the needs of the students.
                               cas/las/science/healthbiology.cfm
                                                                                ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                              TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                                                                                Students must have                                   Via NLU’s virtual bookstore: http://www.
                                                                                1. Completed general education prerequisites         ecampus.com/buy-textbooks.asp
                               required CoursES:                                     in: communication, sociology, and history.
                                                                                2. Completed biological science program
                               Core Chemistry Courses:                               prerequisites in: biology, chemistry,           TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                               LAN 425      Biochemistry I                 5         mathematics, and physics.                       Students may apply 120 QH (80 SH) of
                                                                                3. Completed at least 90QH/60SH with a 2.0           transfer credit to the NLU degree. See the
                               Core Biology Courses:                                 grade point average.                            NLU website for transfer guides:
                               LAN   409    Genetics -- OR -                    Students who meet the above requirements with        http://www.nl.edu/enroll/transferguides/
                               LAN   325    Human Genetics                 5    or without an Associate’s degree, will be eligible   babio-clc.cfm
                               LAN   411    Microbiology                   5    for admission to NLU and enrollment in the Biology
                               LAN   422    Biological Evolution           5    B.A., Health Biology concentration program. The
                                                                                non-Biology related general education and free
                                                                                                                                     TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                               LAN   415    Molecular Genetics             5
                               LAN   430    Cell Biology                   5    elective courses may be completed concurrently       180 quarter hours/120 semester hours.
                               LAN   499B   General Biology Seminar        5    or after the Health Biology core courses.
                                                                                                                                     FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                               Health Biology Concentration Required            COST:                                                Phone: (800) 443-5522 extension 5350
                               Courses:                                         Tuition is $407/quarter hour. See                    Fax: (847) 465-5894
                               LAN 412      Medical Microbiology           5    http://www.nl.edu/financial/tuition.cfm.             E-mail: StudentFinance@nl.edu
                               LAN 426      Biochemistry II                5                                                         http://www3.nl.edu/StudentServices/finaid/
                                                                                REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                              Information.cfm
                               Health Biology Concentration Electives:          NLU will hold registration meetings in Lake
                               Additional science courses must be chosen
                               with an NLU advisor.                        16
                                                                                County.                                              SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
                                                                                                                                     Students explore the scientific foundations
                               Total Hours:            61 QH                    ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                                   of healthcare while becoming familiar with
                                                                                10-week quarters, beginning in September,            the industry’s organization, terminology,
                                                                                January, April, and June.                            and opportunities, via a course that surveys
                                                                                                                                     professional opportunities within health-
                                                                                DELIVERY MODE:                                       care. Students can also personalize their
                                                                                Courses meet for up to 3 class sessions per          coursework, choosing from specialized
                                                                                week. Class sessions may be scheduled                courses of particular interest (e.g., intro to
                                                                                days, evenings, weekends, or in a blend of           public health, medical microbiology,
                                                                                face-to-face and on-line study, and will be          immunology, pathology, forensic science,
                                                                                tailored to each course and student group            virology).
                                                                                accordingly.

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                                                                                                                                              HEALTH CARE & HUMAN SERVICES
Bachelor of Science with a
Major in Nursing for RNs

Olivet’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree-completion program is
designed for registered nurses who desire to complete a bachelor’s                                Contact Person(s):
degree. As a student in this program, you will study the health
continuum across the life span of clients, develop individual and team                            Joseph Rojek
skills, and learn to apply your knowledge in the practice setting.                                Nursing Enrollment Team
                                                                                                  Phone: (312) 203-7230 or
TARGET AUDIENCE:                                    ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                                     (877) 9-OLIVET
Olivet’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing             Our program is not bound by the semester      FAX:     (847) 590-0702
degree-completion program is designed               system and begin year round as needed.        E-mail: jrojek2@olivet.edu
for registered nurses who desire to
complete a bachelor’s degree. As a student          DELIVERY MODE:
in this program, you will study the health
                                                                                                  ADDRESS:
                                                    Using the cohort system, the BSN
continuum across the life span of clients,                                                        Olivet Nazarene University
                                                    completion program is considered a hybrid
develop individual and team skills, and             program with half of the classes online and   One University Way,
learn to apply your knowledge in the                the other half in a traditional classroom     Bourbonnais, IL 60914
practice setting.                                   setting. Classes meet one night per week,
                                                    online or on the introductory weekends.
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                             Programs can be completed in fewer than
                                                                                                  WEBSITE:
To be admitted into Olivet Nazarene                 24 months. At the same time, our              http://olivet.edu/academics/GCS/
University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing         programs feature the academic rigor you       NUR
degree program, an applicant must meet              would expect from a leading liberal arts
these prerequisites:                                university.
1. Submit a completed Olivet Nazarene
   University application form.                     LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
2. Submit a $50 application fee.
                                                    All on ground classes are held at the
3. Submit a $200 registration fee.
                                                    University Center of Lake County,
4. An associate degree in nursing from a
   regionally accredited institution or a
                                                    Grayslake campus.                             Required Courses:
   diploma from a school for registered
   nurse education.                                 TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                            NRSG 312     Writing course (3 hours)
5. Official transcripts* from all previously        Textbooks are included in the cost and        BIBL 310     Biblical Hermeneutics
   attended institutions.                           delivered to the student throughout the                    (3 hours)
   *Official Transcript: A transcript with the      course of the program during one of the on    NRSG 102 BSN Informatics Training
   registrar's seal from the institution granting   ground courses.                                            (0 hours) (online)
   credit sent directly to the Director of                                                        301          Introduction to Informatics
   Admissions and Student Services, Olivet
   Nazarene University, School of Graduate and
                                                    TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                                     and Professional Nursing
   Continuing Studies, One University Avenue,       Students who enter with an A.A. or A.S.                    (4 hours)
   Bourbonnais, IL 60914-2345.                      degree from a regionally accredited           342          Transcultural Nursing
6. Submit a copy of a current R.N. license.         institution will have met all general                      (4 hours) (online)
7. Have a minimum cumulative grade                  education requirements. However, students     355          Health Assessment/
   point average of 2.75 or better (4.0             may be required to complete additional                     Pathophysiology (3 hours)
   scale) from all credits transferred from         elective courses beyond the required core     MTH 116      Statistics (3 hours)
   institutions previously attended.                to satisfy the 128 hour graduation            395          Nursing Research
8. Schedule (by calling the School of               requirement. Transcripts of students                       (3 hours) (online)
   Graduate and Continuing Studies at               without A.A. or A.S. degree will be           326          Community Health Nursing
   (877) 4OLIVET or (877) 465-4838) an              evaluated on a course by course basis to                   (3 hours) (online)
   academic advising appointment with a             determine transferrable credits. A            441          Advanced Adult Health
   student services counselor.                      maximum of 82 hours will be transferred                    Nursing (3 hours)
                                                    from a community college.                     436          The Global Community
                                                                                                               (3 hours) (online)
COST:                                                                                             445          Families in Crisis (3 hours)
$24,710 which includes books                        TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                                                  THEO 400 Faith and Contemporary
                                                    Total hours needed for degree: 128
                                                                                                               Issues (3 hours) (online)
                                                    Core courses = 44
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                                                                           463          Leadership/Management in
                                                    General education and elective credit
Once students have been accepted into                                                                          Nursing (3 hours) (online)
                                                    courses = 84
the program, they are automatically                                                               470          Issues in Health Care, Law,
registered for the next course in the                                                                          and Ethics (3 hours)
program.                                                                                          Total – 44 hours


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HEALTH CARE & HUMAN SERVICES

                                                                          Bachelor of Science with a
                                                                            Major in Nursing for RNs

                                                                      TARGET AUDIENCE:                          will be incorporated in the classroom.
                               Contact Person(s):                     RNs who wish to complete their            (Blackboard™ is a course
                                                                      Bachelor’s degree in nursing. Working     management system used campus-
                               Brigit Amburgey, Undergraduate         RNs who want a convenient location        wide at NIU).
                               Academic Advisor                       and one evening a week schedule for
                                                                      classes                                   LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                               Nursing and Health Studies
                                                                                                                University Center of Lake County,
                               Phone: (815) 753-6557                                                            Grayslake. Students may also take
                                                                      ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:
                               FAX: (815) 753-0814                    • Must hold a current Illinois RN         courses online or at other convenient
                               E-mail: amburgey@niu.edu                 license                                 locations: College of DuPage, Elgin
                                                                      • Practiced as a Registered Nurse         Community College, Harper College,
                               ADDRESS:                                 within the past five years or have      Waubonsee Community College, NIU-
                                                                        satisfactorily completed an             Naperville, NIU-Rockford, and the
                               Northern Illinois University
                                                                        approved refresher course.              main campus in DeKalb.
                               Nursing and Health Studies
                                                                      • Must have a minimum cumulative
                               1240 Normal Rd.                                                                  TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                                                                        2.50 GPA
                               DeKalb, IL 60115                       • Submit a copy of your application       Textbooks and required materials may
                                                                        (online at http://www.niu.edu), a       be ordered online at http://www.
                               WEBSITE:                                 copy of your current Illinois RN        niubookstore.niu.edu/home.aspx
                               http://www.niu.edu/nuhs                  license and official transcripts.
                                                                        Send to NIU Office of Admissions,       TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                                                        DeKalb, IL 60115.                       Students may transfer up to 66
                                                                      • Complete a Goal and Expectancy          semester hours of approved
                                                                        statement (http://www.niu.edu/          coursework from a community college
                                                                        nuhs/admission/nursing_rn.shtml)        (An additional four hours of physical
                               Required Courses:                      • Two letters of recommendation:          education may also be transferred for
                                                                        one from a previous faculty             a total of 70 semester hours). RN
                               Course and other requirements can be     member or nursing supervisor and        students will receive 32 semester
                               found at
                                                                        one from current nursing                hours of credit for previous nursing
                               http://www.niu.edu/nuhs/undergrad/
                               nursing/rn-bn.shtml
                                                                        supervisor. (http://www.niu.edu/        coursework. These hours will be
                                                                        nuhs/admission/nursing_rn.shtml)        added to the student’s transcript after
                                                                                                                completion of 12 semester hours of
                                                                      COST:                                     NIU nursing credit.
                                                                      Tuition information can be found at
                                                                      http://www.niu.edu/bursar/tuition/        TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                      tuition.shtml .                           120 semester hours minimum.
                                                                                                                Students must earn at least 24 hours
                                                                      REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                   through Northern Illinois University.
                                                                      New students work directly with
                                                                      advisor to register for their first       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                                                      semester classes. Subsequent              Learn more about financial aid at
                                                                      registration is via online self-          http://www.niu.edu/fa or contact the
                                                                      registration at http://www.niu.edu/       Office of Student Financial Aid at
                                                                      myniu/                                    finaid@niu.edu, (815)753-1395.

                                                                      ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                        SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
                                                                      Program is offered on a semester          The degree completion program is
                                                                      basis.                                    designed to meet the needs of the
                                                                                                                working RN. Program structure and
                                                                      DELIVERY MODE:                            courses are tailored to meet your
                                                                      Small classes taught by NIU Nursing       specific needs within a cohort of other
                                                                      faculty. Use of internet and Blackboard   RNs.


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                                                                                                                              HEALTH CARE & HUMAN SERVICES
Bachelor of Science in
Health Care Management

The Health Care Management (HCM) Bachelor of Science degree
program with SIUC is designed to build upon the work experience and               Contact Person(s):
teach additional skills in the areas of management and supervision. This
is a career-oriented degree program that meets the needs of and                   Kathleen O’Leary,
grants credit to individuals who have healthcare-related work                     Coordinator
experience and/or technical certification training from military schools,         Phone: (847) 689-3055
technical institutes or industry training programs. Many HCM graduates            FAX:    (847) 689-3057
obtain supervisory and managerial positions in various health and                 E-mail: kathleen.oleary@siu.edu
medical facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes, public health
                                                                                  ADDRESS:
departments, health care training institutions or HMOs.
                                                                                  SIUC CASA
                                                                                  Building 617, Room 204
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
a. Minimum GPA 2.0/4.0 (2.25/4.0       Great Lakes Naval Station
                                                                                  2221 Mac Donough Drive
   and AAS in related field to apply                                              Great Lakes, IL 60088
   for Capstone program)               TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
b. Background in health care           Textbook lists are provided and            WEBSITE:
c. Healthcare related goals            students can purchase from the vendor      http://www.siu.edu/~asaocap
d. Minimum 26 semester hours of        of their choice
   previous college credit
e. Must have English 101 with a        TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
   minimum grade of "C" and            Transfer credit can include courses
   Prerequisites—Statistics,           from regionally-accredited institutions,   Required Courses:
   Accounting. Also recommended:       military experience, military technical
   Anatomy & Physiology, Medical       schools, CLEP and DANTES exams
                                                                                  HCM 320     Health Policy
   Terminology, Intro to Computers,    and related work experience. Contact       HCM 340     Marketing for Health Care
   and Microeconomics.                 program advisor for details.                           Organizations
                                                                                  HCM 360     The U.S. Health Care
COST:                                  Total hours needed for degree:                         System
$225 per semester hour; $675 per       HCM Major Course Work         48 SH        HCM 364     Health Care Supervision
course                                 University Core Curriculum    41 SH        HCM 375     Analysis & Eval of Health
                                       Approved Career Electives     31 SH                    Care Sources
                                                                                  HCM 381     Health Care Management
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                **The minimum 120 SH required for the
                                                                                  HCM 384     Equipment and Materials
Through the SIUC office at the Great   degree must include a minimum of 60 SH
                                                                                              Mngt. in Health Facilities
                                       from a senior (four-year) institution.
Lakes Naval Station                                                               HCM 385     Fiscal Aspects of Health
                                       Requirements differ slightly for the
                                                                                              Facilities
                                       Capstone program. Contact program
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                                                                HCM 388     Legal Aspects of Health
                                       advisor for details.
                                                                                              Care
Summer, Fall and Spring semesters;
                                                                                  HCM 390     Labor/Management
each semester runs between 14 and      FINANCIAL AID INFO:                                    Relationships
16 weeks                               Students may apply for all forms of        HCM 413     Long Term Care
                                       financial aid available through SIUC,                  Administration
DELIVERY MODE:                         including military tuition assistance.     HCM 420     Ethical Issues in Health Care
The 48 semester hour HCM major is                                                             Orgs
                                       SIUC staff at Great Lakes will assist
                                                                                  Independent Study
offered via weekend and independent    students in applying for financial aid.    HCM 301     Intro to Health Care Mngt.
study courses on a 16 month (4                                                                Research
semester) cycle. Students may enter                                               HCM 349     Readings in Health Care
during any semester. Each semester                                                            Mngt.
includes 3 classroom courses and 1                                                HCM 401     Analysis of Issues in Health
independent study. Classroom courses                                                          Care Industry
meet every other weekend on                                                       HCM 422     Occupational Internship
                                                                                              (substitutes for HCM 401)
Saturday & Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm
                                                                                  HCM 450     Mngt. Problems in Health
for 3 weekend sessions.                                                                       Care Industry

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LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES

                                                                              BA      or      BGS IN criminal justice



                                                                          The major in criminal justice blends a strong foundation of liberal arts with
                          Contact Person(s):                              professional course work which prepares students for a broad range of
                                                                          careers in criminal justice. Examines the causes, prevention, and control
                          Leslie Bertholdt, Assistant Director            of crimes, as well as the foundational theories and policies relevant to the
                          Admissions                                      criminal justice system. Students develop a comprehensive understanding
                          Phone: (773) 244-4577                           of criminology, research methods, management, ethics, criminal law and
                          FAX:     (773) 279-7522                         procedure, corrections, and juvenile and restorative justice. Grounded in
                          E-mail: lbertholdt@northpark.edu                an urban context, the practicum allows for students to apply theory to
                                                                          real life situations in a variety of work settings. Intended for sworn police
                          ADDRESS:                                        officers as well as students hoping to enter a variety of settings such as
                          North Park University, School                   law enforcement, private security, judiciary, corrections, victim assistance,
                           of Adult Learning                              probation, parole, federal service, and social service agencies. Provides a
                          3225 West Foster                                strong foundation for graduate study in criminal justice or law; may be
                          Chicago IL 60625                                helpful to those students interested in social work.

                          WEBSITE:                                        TARGET AUDIENCE:                              TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                          http://www.northpark.edu/sal                    Working adults who want to complete           Textbooks may be purchased online
                                                                          their bachelor’s degree in an                 through the North Park University
                                                                          accelerated, values-based learning            bookstore website.
                                                                          environment.
                                                                                                                        TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                                                          ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                       Students may transfer a maximum of 90
                                                                                                                        semester hours of credit from a community
                                                                          •  at least 12 sh from an accredited
                                                                                                                        college or up to 90 semester hours of
                           Required Courses:                                 college or university;
                                                                                                                        credit from an accredited four-year college
                                                                          • at least 2.0 gpa (on a 4.0 scale);
                                                                                                                        or university. Courses in vocational or
                          Adult Learning Core courses                     • free application;
                                                                                                                        highly technical areas that lead to terminal
                          2 courses - 8 semester hours                    • official transcripts from all colleges
                                                                                                                        certification or an associate of applied
                          GS 2050      Strategies and Technologies           attended.
                                                                                                                        science degree will be evaluated on a
                                       for Professional Development       Prospective students may fax applications
                                                                                                                        course-by-course basis.
                                       4 sh                               and unofficial transcripts for the initial
                          GS 2080      Writing for the Disciplines 4 sh   evaluation.
                                                                                                                        TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                          Criminal Justice Major courses                                                                Minimum of 120 semester hours, including
                                                                          COST:
                          11 courses - 36 semester hours                                                                all major and general education
                                                                          $490/semester hour (2010-2011 tuition).
                          CJ 3000     Introduction to Criminal                                                          requirements.
                                      Justice 4 sh
                          CJ 3100     Research Methods in Criminal        REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                      Justice 4 sh                        Initial registration and orientation via
                                                                                                                        Office of Student Administrative Services:
                          CJ 3200     Correctional Services 4 sh          School of Adult Learning advisor. Returning
                                                                                                                        (773) 244-5560.
                          CJ 3300     Juvenile Justice System 4 sh        students register online or by phone.
                          CJ 3400     Criminal Procedure 2 sh
                          CJ 3500     Criminal Law 2 sh                                                                 SPECIAL CHARACTERISICS:
                                                                          ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
                          CJ 4000     Law Enforcement                                                                   Credit for Prior Learning Opportunities:
                                                                          Year-round calendar with six intensive
                                      Administration 2 sh                                                               Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a
                                                                          seven–week sessions.
                          CJ 4100     Urban Communities and                                                             systematic process by which School of
                                      Crime 4 sh                                                                        Adult Learning students may earn
                          CJ 4200     Restorative Justice 2 sh            DELIVERY MODE:                                academic credit for prior learning gained
                          CJ 4300     Professional Issues, Ethics, and    Face-to-face with some online options.        outside of a traditional classroom setting.
                                      Diversity 4 sh                                                                    College-level learning is awarded when the
                          CJ 4400     Practicum in Criminal               LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:                       student is able to demonstrate learning,
                                      Justice 4 sh                                                                      whether from informal life experience,
                                                                          UC facilities in Grayslake and Waukegan.
                                                                                                                        professional training, certification,
                                                                                                                        licensure, or any other source. North Park
                                                                                                                        University is distinctively Christian, urban
                                                                                                                        and multicultural.


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                                                                                                                                 LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Bachelor of Arts
in English                                                             ONLINE


This program offers students a wide range of courses, a highly qualified
faculty, and class sizes that facilitate individual exchange and attention.        Contact Person(s):
Students may choose courses that can help them prepare for teaching
careers, for jobs as editors and writers, or for graduate work. The                Amanda Winters
program offers a wide range of traditional British, World, and American            Online Program Coordinator
literature courses, as well as a variety of writing courses.                       Phone: (800) 323-9243
                                                                                   E-mail: engonline@uis.edu
TARGET AUDIENCE:                         For a complete and current list of UIS
Students who seek to participate         courses, see: http://www.uis.edu/         ADDRESS:
actively in dynamic, diverse, and        home_news/courseSchedule.html.            University of Illinois at Springfield
interactive online learning                                                        One University Plaza MS UHB3050,
communities, and complete their          ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                        Springfield, IL 62703
degrees in their own time and at their   UIS is on a semester scheduling system.
own pace via the Internet.                                                         WEBSITE:
                                         DELIVERY MODE:                            http://www.uis.edu/english
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                  Entirely online via the Internet. Lake
Interested students should contact       County students who do not have
Denise Long for support through          access to a computer should contact
admission and registration processes.    the University Center for convenient
Students must have:                      computer access.
• A minimum of 30 credit hours (60
  hours preferred)                       TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
• GPA of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale    The UIS Follett’s Bookstore:
  from an accredited college or          http://www.uis.bkstr.com or other
  university
                                         online provider.                          Required Courses:
• 6 semester hours of English
  composition
                                         TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                    ENG 301 Intro to the Discipline    (4   sh)
• Two literature courses
                                         Contact the Online Program                ENG 311 Intro to Literary
• Access to the Internet and possess
                                         Coordinator for specifics and see                   Criticism                (4   sh)
  required computer skills to study
                                         general information about the UIS         Course in British Literature       (4   sh)
  online                                                                           Course in American Literature      (4   sh)
• Completed online application           transfer process at: http://www.uis.
                                                                                   ENG course ending in 50-89         (4   sh)
  (www.uis.edu/admissions) and $50       edu/admissions/transfer/guides.html.
                                                                                             (writing and other courses)
  application fee                        Students with Associate of Arts and       ENG electives                     (16   sh)
Early application is advised as only a   Science degrees from regionally           UIS Requirements                  (13   sh)
limited number of students are           accredited Illinois community colleges    General Electives (8 sh must
admitted each semester.                  meet the general education                          be outside English)     (12   sh)
                                         requirements at UIS.
                                                                                   Total hours                       61 sh
COST:
See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/    TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
tuition/index.html.                      62 credit hours in upper division
                                         course work plus transfer hours for a
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                  total of 121.
Once admitted, students can register
via: http://www.uis.edu/registration.    FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                         Call (217) 206-6724 or visit the
For information about application,       website at http://www.uis.edu/
admission, transcript evaluation,        financialaid
registration, and financial aid
processes, students should check:
http://www.uis.edu/registration.




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LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES

                                                                                                             Bachelor of Arts
                                                                          ONLINE                                   in History

                                                                           The History Program encourages students to compare elements of their
                          Contact Person(s):                               own culture with those of other cultures from other time periods to gain
                                                                           a sense of what is unique in, as well as generally characteristic of,
                          Amanda Winters                                   individuals, groups, and national cultures. By examining the link
                          Online Program Coordinator                       between the past and the contemporary world, students can understand
                          Phone: (217) 206-6421                            themselves and the times in which they live. The History Program at the
                          E-mail: hisonline@uis.edu                        University of Illinois at Springfield offers students a wide range of
                                                                           courses, a highly qualified faculty and class sizes that permit faculty to
                          ADDRESS:                                         give students individual attention.
                          University of Illinois at Springfield
                          One University Plaza MS UHB3050,                 TARGET AUDIENCE:                         For information about application,
                                                                           Students who seek to participate         admission, transcript evaluation,
                          Springfield, IL 62703
                                                                           actively in dynamic, diverse, and        registration, and financial aid
                                                                           interactive online learning              processes, students should check the
                          WEBSITE:                                         communities, and complete their          website: http://www.uis.edu/
                          http://www.uis.edu/history                       degrees in their own time and at their   registration.
                                                                           own pace via the Internet.
                                                                                                                    ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
                                                                           ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                  UIS is on a semester scheduling system.
                                                                           Interested students should contact
                                                                           Amanda Winters for support through       DELIVERY MODE:
                                                                           admission and registration processes.    Entirely online via the Internet. Lake
                                                                           Students must have:                      County students who do not have
                                                                           • A minimum of 30 credit hours           access to a computer should contact
                                                                           • GPA of 3.2 or higher on a 4.0 scale    the University Center for convenient
                          Required CoursES:                                                                         computer access.
                                                                              from an accredited college or
                          HIS 301    The Historian’s Craft    (3 sh)          university
                          HIS 303    Understanding                         • 6 semester hours of English            TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                                     U.S. History             (3 sh)          composition                           The UIS Follett’s Bookstore:
                          HIS 401 Senior Seminar                           • The following courses prior to         http://www.uis.bkstr.com or other
                                     (capstone)                (3   sh)       transfer:                             online provider.
                          Two non-U.S. history courses        (8    sh)       HIS 201 World History or HIS 202
                          Elective history courses           (16    sh)                                             TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                                                              European History (3 sh)
                          Electives                          (16    sh)                                             Contact the Online Program
                          UIS requirements                   (13    sh)       HIS 203 U.S. History (3 sh)
                                                                           • Access to the Internet and possess     Coordinator for the History Program
                          Total hours                         61 sh           required computer skills to study     for specifics and see general
                                                                              online                                information about the UIS transfer
                                                                           • Completed online application           process at: http://www.uis.edu/
                                                                              (http://www.uis.edu/admissions)       admissions/transfer/guides.html.
                                                                              and $50 application fee               Students with Associate of Arts and
                                                                           • A statement of intent described on     Science degrees from regionally
                                                                              the website                           accredited Illinois community colleges
                                                                           Early application is advised as only a   meet the general education
                                                                           limited number of students are           requirements at UIS.
                                                                           admitted each semester.
                                                                                                                    TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                           COST:                                    61 credit hours in upper division
                                                                           See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/    course work plus transfer hours for a
                                                                           tuition/index.html.                      total of 121.

                                                                           REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                  FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                                                           Once admitted, students can register     Call (217) 206-6724 or visit
                                                                           via: http://www.uis.edu/registration.    http://www.uis.edu/financialaid.

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Ba or BGS in
Human PSYCHOLOGY

The major in human psychology provides a foundation for the application of
psychological principles to personal, social, and organizational problems. Theory,               Contact Person(s):
quantitative analysis, and research related to normal human development,
etiology of mental health problems, and ethical standards of the psychology                      Leslie Bertholdt
profession are discussed. Students develop the ability to apply this knowledge in
                                                                                                 Graduate and Adult Admissions
assisting individuals confronting a variety of complex problems when interacting
with others informally or in professional settings such as the workplace. Students               Phone: (773) 244-4577
learn to develop appropriate strategies that address problems individuals                        FAX:     (773) 279-7522
confront on an intrapersonal and interpersonal levels contributing to conflicts in               Email: lbertholdt@northpark.edu
social settings, at work, at school or with law enforcement. The practicum in
human psychology will allow the student to apply the theory learned in the                       ADDRESS:
classroom to real life situations in a variety of work settings. This major alone                North Park University
does not prepare students to function as counselors, therapists, or psychologists.
                                                                                                 Adult and Graduate Admissions
Rather, students develop the necessary skills to assume entry-level positions in a
variety of settings such as government, private human service agencies,                          3225 W. Foster Ave.
organizations, business and industry.                                                            Chicago, IL 60625

TARGET AUDIENCE:                                  TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                             WEBSITE:
Adult bachelor’s degree completion                Texts are available online through North
students with previous college experience         Park bookstore website.                        http://www.northpark.edu/sal
who wish to take classes in an accelerated                                                       and then follow the links to the
format.                                           TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                         Human Development major.
                                                  Students may transfer a maximum of 90
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                           semester hours of credit from a community
To apply to the Human Psychology                  college or up to 90 semester hours of credit
program, the student must have earned at          from an accredited four-year college or
least 12 semester hours of transferable           university. Courses in vocational or highly
credit from an accredited college or              technical areas that lead to terminal          Required CoursES:
university with a grade point average of at       certification or an associate of applied
least 2.0 (on a 4.0 scale) in all college level   science degree will be evaluated on a          Prerequisite: Introduction to Psychology
work.                                             course-by-course basis.                        Co-requisite: Statistics

                                                                                                 Adult Learning Core:
COST:                                             TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                                                 GS 2050 Strategies and Technologies for
$490 per semester hour.                           Minimum of 120 semester hours.
                                                                                                           Professional Development 4 sh
                                                                                                 GS 2080 Writing for the Disciplines 4 sh
APPLICATION PROCEDURE:                            FINANCIAL AID INFO:
Submit free application and official              Student Administrative Services (773) 244-     Major in Human Psychology:
transcripts from all colleges attended.           5560                                           HPSY 2010 Research Methods
Prospective students may fax applications                                                                   and Design                4   sh
and unofficial transcripts for the initial        SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:                       HPSY 3020 Human Psychology           4   sh
evaluation. Upon evaluation and                                                                  HPSY 4060 Personality                4   sh
                                                  • Accelerated and intensive class sessions
acceptance, students are referred to a                                                           HPSY 4070 Learning                   4   sh
                                                      meet once a week for seven weeks.
School of Adult Learning advisor to discuss                                                      HPSY 4120 Biopsychosocial Disorders 4    sh
                                                  •   Two degree options (BA and BGS)
program options and orientation.                                                                 HPSY 3040 Psychobiology              4   sh
                                                      provide transfer flexibility.
                                                                                                 HPSY 3700 Principles of Human
                                                  •   Prior Learning Assessment (PLA) is a
                                                                                                            Psychology                4   sh
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                                    systematic process by which School of
                                                                                                 HPSY 4090 Tests and Measurements 4       sh
Year-round calendar with six intensive                Adult Learning students may earn
                                                                                                 HPSY 4400 Practicum in Human
sessions. Each session is seven weeks in              academic credit for prior learning
                                                                                                            Psychology                4   sh
duration.                                             gained outside of a traditional
                                                                                                                              Total: 36   sh
                                                      classroom setting. College-level
DELIVERY MODE:                                        learning is awarded when the student is
Face-to-face with online support through              able to demonstrate learning, whether
Blackboard                                            from informal life experience,
                                                      professional training, certification,
                                                      licensure, or any other source.
LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                                                  •   North Park University is distinctively
University Center facility in Grayslake               Christian, urban, and multicultural.


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                                                                                                        Bachelor of Arts
                                                                                                      in General Studies

                                                                    This program offers maximum flexibility for working adults seeking to complete a
                          Contact Person(s):                        baccalaureate degree. With a liberal transfer policy, minimum residency
                                                                    requirement, assessment of prior learning (portfolio) option, and strong academic
                          Dr. Kaye Woodward, director, or           integrity, the program is exceptionally well-suited to serve the education needs of
                                                                    adults who have many responsibilities and cannot access university coursework in
                          Audrey Bachelder, academic
                                                                    a traditional manner.
                          advisor
                          Phone: (773) 581-5618                     TARGET AUDIENCE:                              TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                          FAX:     (773) 581-7076                   This program is specifically designed to      Eastern Illinois University students rent
                          E-mail: lkwoodward@eiu.edu or             meet the educational goals of mature          their textbooks from the university.
                          aabachelder@eiu.edu                       adults in a format and structure compatible   Textbooks will are mailed to the student via
                                                                    with adult responsibilities.                  UPS one week before the class begins. For
                                                                                                                  face to face classes, the instructor may
                          ADDRESS:                                  ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                       bring the books on the first evening the
                          Eastern Illinois University               Applicants must have significant life and     class meets.
                          600 Lincoln Avenue                        work experience, and be self-supporting. It
                                                                    is recommended that a prospective             TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                          Charleston, IL 61920                      student have a minimum of 30 hours of         All credits previously earned at any
                                                                    earned college credit at the time of          regionally accredited institution, regardless
                          WEBSITE:                                  application.                                  of when they were completed, are
                                                                                                                  accepted in transfer and applied toward
                          http://www.eiu.edu/~bgs/
                                                                    COST:                                         meeting degree requirements.
                                                                    Fees include:
                                                                    • $30 application fee                         TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                                                    • Tuition: $248.00 per credit hour            To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in
                                                                      (www.eiu.edu/~busofc/bursar/                General Studies Degree, a student must
                                                                      tuitionandfees.php)                         complete a minimum of 120 semester
                          Required CoursES:                         • Continuing Education Fee: $44 per           hours of credit.
                                                                      credit hour
                          To graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in    • Textbook rental fee: $9.95 per credit       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                          General Studies Degree, a student must      hour                                        Information regarding Financial Aid can be
                          complete 120 semester hours of credit                                                   found at http://www.eiu.edu/~finaid/ or by
                          which include:                            APPLICATION PROCEDURE:                        calling 217-581-3713.
                          • 40 semester hours at the                Registration is done using PAWS, an online
                            junior/senior level
                                                                    student information portal. Academic          SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:
                          • 20 semester hours earned from
                                                                    Advisors are available to assist with         The Bachelor of Arts in General Studies
                            Eastern Illinois University (via on-
                                                                    registration if needed.                       Degree Program is designed specifically for
                            campus, off-campus or distance
                            learning courses)                                                                     adults who work and may have completed
                          • 12 semester hours of credit in math     ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                            hours at more than one college or
                            and/or natural science                  The academic calendar can be found at         university. The program does not have a
                          • 12 semester hours of credit in social   http://www.eiu.edu/~registra/acacal.html.     major, which allows the student to develop
                            science                                 A link to the calendar can be found on        an individualized curriculum based on their
                          • 12 semester hours of credit in          EIU’s home page under CURRENT                 personal goals. Students may complete
                            humanities                              STUDENTS at http://www.eiu.edu.               two minors within their program of study.
                          • 3 semester hours of speech or            Courses are offered in the semester          Academic advisors are available to assist
                            communications                          format.                                       the student either through email, via
                          • 3 semester hours of English                                                           Elluminate, over Skype and by telephone.
                          • 3 semester hours of senior seminar                                                    Personal appointments can be scheduled
                          • 1 course in cultural diversity
                                                                    DELIVERY MODE:
                                                                    Face to face classes, evening classes,        in advance for the dates when the advisor
                          • BGS 2985 - Adults in Transition                                                       will be on the UCLC campus.
                          • Meet Writing Competency                 weekend classes, online (technology
                            Requirement                             delivered) classes, and hybrid classes.
                          • Maintain a minimum of 2.0
                            cumulative grade point average (4.0     LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                            scale)                                  Classes will be delivered to the University
                                                                    Center of Lake County campus and/or the
                                                                    Waukegan Campus. Online classes are also
                                                                    available every semester.


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                                                                                                                              LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Bachelor of Arts
in Liberal Studies                                                            Online


The Liberal Studies program assists students to design individualized
degree plans consistent with the principles of a liberal education. The              Contact Person(s):
program structure emphasizes integrating key learning categories with
a variety of instructional methods to form a variety of well-rounded and             Andy Egizi
individualized academic experiences. Through customized learning                     Online Program Coordinator,
activities, the liberal studies program assists students to deepen their             University of Illinois at Springfield
understandings of the values, meaning, concerns, choices, and                        Phone: (800) 323-9243
commitments that are basic to the quality of life.                                   E-mail: lisonline@uis.edu

TARGET AUDIENCE:                           http://www.uis.edu/home_news/             ADDRESS:
Students who seek a bachelor’s             courseSchedule.html.
                                                                                     University of Illinois at Springfield
completion program with a
multidisciplinary focus.
                                                                                     One University Plaza MS UH3038,
                                           ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
                                           UIS is on a semester scheduling           Springfield, IL 62703
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                    system.
Interested students should contact                                                   WEBSITE:
Andy Egizi for support through             PRIORITY DATES FOR                        http://www.uis.edu/liberalstudies
admission and registration processes.      APPLICATION TO THE LIS
See: http://www.uis.edu/liberal            PROGRAM FOR THE:
studies/curriculum/onlineReq.html          • Fall semester, March 15
Students must have:                        • Spring semester, October 15
• A minimum of 30 credit hours             • Summer semester, March 15
• GPA of 2.00/4.00 from an
   accredited college or university        DELIVERY MODE:
• 6 semester hours of English              Entirely online via the Internet. Lake    Required Courses:
   composition                             County students who do not have
• Written statement, as described at       access to a computer should contact
                                                                                     The Liberal Studies program is a broad
   http://www.uis.edu/liberalstudies/      the University Center for convenient      based general education program that
   curriculum/onlineReq.html               computer access.                          allows each learner to customize a
                                                                                     program in consultation with an
Students with Associate of Arts and        TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                        academic advisor. However, within this
Science degrees from regionally            Through the UIS Follett’s Bookstore:      broad context, the student will take:
accredited Illinois community colleges     http://www.uis.bkstr.com or other         1. 13 hours of University requirements
meet the general education                 online provider.                          2. 10 hours of liberal studies core
requirements of UIS. Early application                                                   courses
                                                                                     3. 37 hours of elective courses across
is advised as only a limited number of     TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                        the liberal arts
students are admitted each semester.       Students may transfer up to 72
                                           semester hours of lower division credit
COST:                                      from an accredited Illinois community
See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/      college or other institution. Students
tuition/index.html.                        may transfer additional upper division
                                           hours as long as the 30 hour UIS
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                    residence requirement is met, with the
Once admitted, students can register       approval of their LIS program advisor.
via http://www.uis.edu/registration.
                                           TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
For information about admission,           60 credit hours in upper division
transcript evaluation, registration, and   course work plus transfer hours for a
financial aid processes, students          total of 120.
should check: http://www.uis.edu/
registration. For a complete and           FINANCIAL AID INFO:
current list of UIS courses, see:          Call (217) 206-6724 or see:
                                           http://www.uis.edu/financialaid.

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                                                                                             Bachelor of Arts IN
                                                                   ONLINE                 MathematicAL sCIENCES

                                                                        The Bachelor of Arts in Mathematical Sciences is designed to prepare
                          Contact Person(s):                            students for careers using mathematics, operations research, and statistics
                                                                        in the fields of teaching, research, industry, insurance, and management or
                          John Snyder,                                  for graduate study in Mathematical Sciences or related areas. Those
                          Online Program Coordinator                    who plan to teach mathematics or work in engineering or the physical
                          Phone: (800) 323-9243                         sciences should choose mathematics courses as electives. Those who
                          E-mail: mathonline@uis.edu                    wish to apply mathematical methods to life sciences, social sciences, or
                                                                        business fields should choose operations research or statistics courses.
                          ADDRESS:                                      Any of these choices provide excellent preparation for graduate work in
                          University of Illinois at Springfield         fields that need quantitative skills.
                          One University Plaza
                          Springfield, IL 62703                         TARGET AUDIENCE:                           registration, and financial aid processes,
                                                                        Students who seek to participate           students should check the website:
                          WEBSITE:                                      actively in dynamic, diverse, and          http://www.uis.edu/registration.
                          http://www.uis.edu/math                       interactive online learning
                                                                        communities, and complete their            ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
                                                                        degrees in their own time and at their     Fall, spring and summer semesters.
                                                                        own pace via the Internet.
                                                                                                                   DELIVERY MODE:
                                                                        ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                    Entirely online via the Internet. Lake
                                                                        To apply to enter the online               County students who do not have
                          required CoursES:
                                                                        Mathematics (MAT) Program, students        access to a computer should contact
                          Major Requirements:                           must have:                                 the University Center for convenient
                          MAT 330 Writing Skills     (0 credit hours)   A grade point average of 2.00 or           computer access.
                          MAT 332 Linear Algebra             4 hours    higher on a 4.00 scale from an
                          MAT 415 Advanced Calculus          4 hours    accredited college or university           TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                          MAT 431 Mathematical                          1. Completion of three semesters of        The UIS Follett’s Bookstore can be
                                    Statistics I             4 hours
                                                                            calculus                               accessed at: http://www.uis.bkstr.com
                          MAT 444 Operations Research
                                    Methods                  4 hours    2. Ability to write computer programs      or other online providers.
                          One of the following clusters:     4 hours        in a procedural language
                          Cluster A: MAT 403, Abstract Algebra,         3. Enrollment in MAT 330 Writing           TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                      MAT 404, Geometry                     Skills                                 Contact the Online Program
                          Cluster B: MAT 421, Statistical Methods,      Courses taken to satisfy matriculation     Coordinator for specifics and see
                                      MAT 432, Mathematical             requirements are not counted as part       general information about the UIS
                                      Statistics II                                                                transfer process at: http://www.uis.edu/
                                                                        of the 60 credit hours of upper-division
                          Math Electives                     8 hours
                                                                        work needed for graduation. Students       admissions/transfer/index.html
                          UIS Requirements                  13 hours
                          General Electives                 15 hours    may begin work toward a degree
                                      Total Hours:         60 hours     before matriculation into the program,     ACCREDITATION:
                                                                        but matriculation should be completed      Higher Learning Commission of the
                          Minor Requirements:                           before the last 16 semester hours of       North Central Association of College
                          The UIS Mathematical Sciences program         MAT courses needed for graduation.         and Schools
                          offers an online Mathematics minor to
                          complement the University’s online            COST:                                      TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                          majors. It requires students to take 24
                                                                        See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/      60 credit hours in upper division
                          semester hours, of which 12 hours must
                          be upper division coursework taken at         tuition/index.html                         course work plus transfer hours for a
                          UIS.                                                                                     total of 120 hours.
                                                                        REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:
                                                                        Once admitted, students can register       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                                                        via http://www.uis.edu/ registration.      Call (217) 206-6724 or visit the
                                                                        For information about application,         website at http://www.uis.edu/
                                                                        admission, transcript evaluation,          financialaid.


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                                                                                                                                    LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Bachelor of Arts
in Philosophy                                                           Online


The Philosophy Program at UIS focuses in the areas of core analytic
philosophy (philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, and related                     Contact Person(s):
areas) and values (ethics, aesthetics and political philosophy) while
providing a sound background in the history of philosophy. The study of                Online Program Coordinator
philosophy increases an awareness of personal values and the major                     UIS Philosophy Program
value conflicts in contemporary society, helps develop an understanding                Phone: (800) 323-9243
of the nature and limits of various forms of knowledge, and offers                     E-mail: phi@uis.edu
experience in critical reflections on major problems of knowledge or
value. An undergraduate student may complete a major or minor in                       ADDRESS:
philosophy to acquire training in critical thinking and skill in analyzing             University of Illinois at Springfield
values; both the major and minor concentration are offered on the UIS                  One University Plaza
campus and online.                                                                     Springfield, IL 62703

TARGET AUDIENCE:                            REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                    WEBSITE:
Students who seek to participate actively   Once admitted, students can register       http://www.uis.edu/philosophy
in dynamic, diverse, and interactive        via http://www.uis.edu/registration.
online learning communities, and
                                            ACADEMIC CALENDAR:
complete their degrees in their own time
                                            Fall, spring and summer semesters.
and at their own pace via the Internet.
                                            DELIVERY MODE:                             Required Courses:
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                     Entirely online via the Internet. Lake     MAJOR REQUREMENTS
Students must have                          County students who do not have            Course Title                 Credit Hours
1. A grade point average of 3.00 or         access to a computer should contact        Matriculation Module (Orientation &
   higher on a 4.00 scale from an           the University Center for convenient          Assessment)                          0
   accredited college or university. (In    computer access.                           Area 2 Requirements: 1 class in Ancient
   justified circumstances, students                                                      and Medieval Philosophy & 1 class in
   with lower GPAs may apply.)              TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                            the History of Modern Philosophy 8
2. Taken two college-level classes of                                                  Area 3 Requirements: 2 courses in
                                            The UIS Follett’s Bookstore can be
                                                                                          ethics, aesthetics or political
   philosophy, at least one of them in      accessed at: http://www.uis.bkstr.com         philosophy                           8
   the area of critical thinking or logic   or other online providers.                 Area 1 Requirements: 2 courses in
   (note that new philosophy majors                                                       issues related to core philosophy 8
   will be able to take such                TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                     Philosophy Specialization Course        4
   prerequisites at UIS)                    Contact the Online Program                 Senior Seminar                          4
3. Submitted a brief paper (800 to          Coordinator for specifics and see          Philosophy Elective                     4
   1200 words) describing your              general information about the UIS
   interest in philosophy and goals for                                                GENERAL ELECTIVES              (12 hours)
                                            transfer process at: http://www.uis.edu/
                                                                                       Elective (Can include
   your study                               admissions/transfer/                          Philosophy courses):                6
4. Submitted a brief statement of                                                      Elective (Courses must be taken
   purpose (100 to 200 words)               TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:                           outside Philosophy discipline):     6
   presenting reasons for selecting the     61 credit hours in upper division          UIS Requirements                      13
   UIS online philosophy major.             course work plus transfer hours for a
Recommended: Submission of one to           total of 120 hours.                        Total Hours                           61
three reference letters from individuals
who can attest to the ability for           FINANCIAL AID INFO:                        The UIS Philosophy program also offers
successful academic study.                  Call (217) 206-6724 or or visit the        an online Philosophy minor to
                                            website at: http://www.uis.edu/            complement the University’s online
COST:                                                                                  majors. It requires students to take 16
                                            financialaid.
                                                                                       hours, of which eight hours must be
See: http://www.uis.edu/registration/
                                                                                       upper division courses taken at UIS; three
tuition/index.html                                                                     courses must be from specific areas of
                                                                                       philosophy.



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                                                                                                      Bachelor of Arts in
                                                                                                        Political Science

                                                                         Political Science provides an excellent path to a career in government at the
                          Contact Person(s):                             local, county, state, and federal levels, international organizations and
                                                                         businesses, journalism, law, and institutions that seek to shape the policies that
                          Patti Duda                                     governments produce.
                          Enrollment Representative
                                                                         Political Science internships permit students to work in political and
                          Student Enrollment Office
                                                                         governmental institutions, as well as business and non-profit organizations.
                          Phone: (800) 443-5522 X 5112                   These experiences, which can be used as electives, provide students with a
                          E-mail: pduda@nl.edu                           comprehensive understanding of the political process, and they also apply
                          Or                                             toward the completion of the degree. Students can complete all of the required
                                                                         general education courses and their elective credits at College of Lake County.
                          Response Center
                          (888) NLU-today
                          Email: nluinfo@nl.edu                          COURSE OF STUDY:                              DELIVERY MODE:
                                                                         Political Science majors study                Delivered in a cohort model and can
                                                                         American federal, state, and local            be completed in 5, 12-week quarters,
                          WEBSITE:                                       political institutions, compare political     approximately 14 months of full-time
                          http://www.nl.edu/undergrad/                   systems of different nations,                 academic study. The cohort meets for
                          political_science.cfm                          understand the forces that influence          1 four-hour class each week with 1
                                                                         international relations, and discover         eight-hour class the final Saturday of
                                                                         the ideas and ideologies that inspire         each quarter. Class sessions may be
                          required CoursES:                              citizens to achieve social justice.           scheduled days or evenings and are
                                                                                                                       combined with online study. The class
                          Term 1                                         ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                       schedule is tailored to each cohort
                          LAS 452 Political Geography              5QH   Students must have:                           and will continue for the duration of
                          LAS 321 American Political and                 1. Completed general education
                                                                                                                       that cohort’s progression through the
                                  Social Ideas                     5QH       prerequisites in: communication,
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Politics: Current        sociology, and history.
                                                                                                                       program.
                                  Issues and Debates in Foreign          2. Completed political science program
                                  Policy                           2QH       prerequisites in: anthropology,           LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                                                                             economics, and political science.         The University Center facility in
                          Term 2:
                                                                         3. Completed at least 90 QH/60 SH with a      Grayslake and other locations in Lake
                          LAS 308 Methods of Political Science 5QH
                          LAS 454 Urban Politics                   5QH       2.0 grade point average.                  County as determined by the needs of
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Politics: Current    Students who meet the above requirements,     the students.
                                  Issues and Debates in Lobbying,        with or without an associate’s degree, will
                                  Campaign Finance and PACs 2QH          be eligible for admission to NLU and
                                                                         enrollment in Political Science cohort        TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                          Term 3:                                        program. The non political science related    Textbooks can be purchased at our
                          LAS 323 The U.S. Congress                5QH   general education and free elective           virtual bookstore: http://www.
                          LAS 456 National Security                5QH   courses may be completed concurrently or      ecampus.com/buy-textbooks.asp
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Politics: Current    after the political science core.
                                  Issues and Debates in Education
                                  Policy                           2QH                                                 TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                                                         COST:                                         See the NLU web site for transfer
                          Term 4:                                        Tuition is $407/quarter hour. See             guides: http://www.nl.edu/enroll/
                          LAS 324 The U.S. Presidency              5QH   http://www.nl.edu/financial/tuition.cfm       transferguides/bapc-clc.cfm
                          LAS 458 Public Policy and the Legislative      for details.
                                  Process                          5QH
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Politics: Current                                                  TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                                  Issues and Debates in
                                                                         REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                       180 quarter hours/120 semester hours
                                  Constitutional Law               2QH   NLU staff will hold registration
                                                                         meetings in Lake County.                      FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                          Term 5                                                                                       Phone: (800) 443-5522 extension 5350
                          LAS 322 Law and the Judicial Process 5QH       ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                            Fax: (847) 465-5894
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Comparative
                                                                         12 week quarters, beginning in                Email: StudentFinance@nl.edu
                                  Politics: Middle East           5QH
                          LAS 495 Special Topics in Politics: Current    September, January, April, and June.          http://www.nl.edu/StudentServices/finaid/
                                   Issues in American Politics    2QH    The Lake County cohort is anticipated         index.cfm
                                                                         to begin in September.
                          TOTAL HOURS                          60 QH

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                                                                                                                                           LIBERAL ARTS & SCIENCES
Bachelor of Arts
Psychology

This program prepares students for careers in areas that make particular
use of human behavior and development. These include human                   Contact Person(s):
resource and personnel positions in industry, direct service work in the
social services and research associate positions in academic and             Undergraduate Admissions Office
industrial settings.                                                         Phone: (773) 442-4050
                                                                             FAX:    (773) 442-4020
TARGET AUDIENCE:                      TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                 E-mail: Admrec@neiu.edU
Students with an AA or AS or a        • Up to 60 credits of community
                                                                             Psychology Department:
minimum of 60 semester hours.           college course work will transfer.
                                      • Courses from colleges or             Amanda Dykema-Engblade,
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                 universities must have been          Faculty/Advisor
• To meet transfer admission            completed at the appropriate         E-mail: A-Dykema-Engblade
  criteria, students must have          level to be eligible for transfer            @neiu.edu
  earned a minimum cumulative           credit consideration.                Phone: (773) 442-5848
  grade point average of 2.0, or      • Students with an AA degree
  higher for all college or             from an Illinois Community           ADDRESS:
  university course work                College and/or completion of         Northeastern Illinois University
  attempted. Students must be in        the IAI will have fulfilled          5500 North St. Louis Avenue
  good academic standing at the         Northeastern’s general               Chicago, IL 60625
  last college or university            education requirements.
  attended.                           • No more than two courses (6
• Required documents are an             credit hours) transferred from a     Required Courses:
  application for admission, $25        community college may be             PSYC 200 General Psychology *                       4 cr.
  nonrefundable application fee,        applied to the major. These          PSYC 202 Stats & Res Methods I *                    3 cr.
  and official transcripts from all     must be approved by the              PSYC 302 Stat & Res Methods II *                    3 cr.
                                                                             Three core courses, one from each of
  colleges or universities              department.
                                                                             the following three categories:                     9 cr.
  attended.                                                                  A:
                                      TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:                    PSYC 350 Physiological Psychology                   3   cr.
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:               A minimum of 120 semester hours        PSYC 370 Theories of Learning                       3   cr.
                                                                             PSYC 373 Human Perception                           3   cr.
See the schedule of classes for
                                                                             PSYC 300 Cognitive Psychology                       3   cr.
registration information.             FINANCIAL AID INFO:                    B:
                                      For financial aid information, call    PSYC 330 Psychology of Personality                  3 cr.
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                    773- 442-5000 or visit the web at      PSYC 340 Abnormal Psychology
                                                                             C:
Fall, spring and summer               http://www.neiu.edu. For a listing     PSYC 310 Developmental Psychology                   3 cr.
                                      of scholarship opportunities, go to    PSYC 360 Social Psychology                          3 cr.
DELIVERY MODE:                        http://www.neiu.edu/~schret.
Courses are offered face-to face in                                          Two elective courses in psychology     6 cr.
                                      Northeastern’s Federal School
                                                                             (taken at NEIU or transferred from other
the evenings and/or Saturdays at      code is 001693.                        universities and colleges)
the University Center in Grayslake.
                                      COST:                                  A 300 level laboratory course           3 cr.
LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:                                                      (Selected from the dept's approved list,
                                      See: http://www.neiu.edu
                                                                             and taken after 302 and any prereqs)
University Center in Grayslake
                                      SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:               Senior Capstone Project                3 cr.
TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                    Please see the University Catalog      (proposed in advance with assistance from
Contact Beck’s Bookstore (773)                                               your faculty advisor and approved by the
                                      for a complete listing of degree
                                                                             department chairperson)
442-4990                              requirements.
                                                                             Total (minimum):                               30-31 cr.
                                                                             *prerequisites for these courses include Intermediate
                                                                             Algebra and English Composition I & II.


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                                                                                                                             TECHNOLOGY
Bachelor of Science in
Electronic Systems Technologies


With a Specialization in Electronics
                                                                                   Contact Person(s):
Management
The Electronic Systems Technologies (EST) Bachelor of Science degree              Kathleen O’Leary
program with SIUC provides an essential foundation in basic electronics           Coordinator
and offers a blend of advanced technical and managerial coursework for            Phone: (847) 689-3055
students pursuing careers in the electronic s industry. The program               FAX:     (847) 689-3057
                                                                                  E-mail: kathleen.oleary@siu.edu
allows students the flexibility to choose a curriculum that will
complement their career goals and work experience. Graduates with an              ADDRESS:
EST degree possess the skills required of the technologist entering areas         SIUC CASA
such as biomedical equipment technology, communication technology,                Building 617, Room 204
industrial electronics or telecommunications and networking technology.           2221 Mac Donough Drive
                                                                                  Great Lakes, IL 60088

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:                    WEBSITE:
1. Minimum GPA 2.0/4.0 (2.25/4.0       Great Lakes Naval Station                  http://www.siu.edu/~asaocap
   and AAS in related field to apply
   for Capstone program)               TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
2. Background in electronics           Textbook lists are provided and
3. Minimum 26 semester hours of        students can purchase from the vendor
                                                                                  Required Courses:
   previous college credit             of their choice
                                                                                  EST 302    Optical Electronics
COST:                                                                             EST 319    Electronics Occupational
                                       TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                                Internship (Opt. for EST 351)
$225 per semester hour; $675 per       Transfer credit can include courses        EST 340    Applications of Solid State
course.                                from regionally-accredited institutions,              Devices
                                       military experience, military technical    EST 341    Digital Circuit Applications
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                schools, CLEP and DANTES exams             EST 342    Microcontrollers Applications
Through the SIUC office at the Great   and related work experience. Contact                  Lecture
Lakes Naval Station                                                               EST 365    Electronics Industry Data
                                       program advisor for details.
                                                                                             Applications
                                                                                  ISAT 366   Applications of Technical
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                     TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:                                   Writing
Summer, Fall and Spring semesters;     EST Major Course Work             48 SH    EST 385    Fiscal Aspects of Electronics
each semester runs between 14 and      University Core Curriculum        41 SH               Management
16 weeks                               Approved Career Electives         31 SH    EST 387    Electronics Industry Labor-
                                       Total                          120 SH**               Management Relations
DELIVERY MODE:                                                                    EST 388    Legal Aspects of Electronics
                                                                                  EST 404    Communication Systems
The 48 semester hour EST major is      **The minimum 120 SH required for the
                                                                                             Management
offered via weekend and independent    degree must include a minimum of 60 SH
                                                                                  EST 441    Career Development for
study courses on a 16 month (4         from a senior (four-year) institution.
                                                                                             Electronics Managers
semester) cycle. Students may enter    Requirements differ slightly for the
                                                                                  EST 451    Current Trends in Electronics
during any semester. Each semester     Capstone program. Contact program
                                                                                             Management
                                       advisor for details.
includes 3 classroom courses and 1                                                Independent Study
independent study. Classroom courses                                              EST 300   Intro to Electronics Mgmt.
meet every other weekend on
                                       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
                                                                                            Research
                                       Students may apply for all forms of
Saturday & Sunday from 8 am to 5 pm                                               EST 343   Microcontroller Applications
                                       financial aid available through SIUC,                Lab
for 3 weekend sessions.
                                       including military tuition assistance.     EST 351   Readings in Electronics
                                       SIUC staff at Great Lakes will assist                Mgmt.
                                       students in applying for financial aid.    EST 401   Issues in the Electronics
                                                                                            Industry
                                                                                  EST 450   Mgmt. Problems in the
                                                                                            Electronics Industry

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TECHNOLOGY

                                                                        Bachelor of Science in
                                                                      Fire Service Management

                                                          The BS in Fire Service Management provides those with a fire service-
             Contact Person(s):                           related technical background with a two-year, upper division program of
                                                          study: 1) that enhances the successful graduate’s career in the fire
             Kathleen O’Leary                             service industry, and 2) prepares graduates for opportunities including
             Coordinator                                  positions in fire service related management and supervising, insurance,
             Phone: (847) 689-3055;                       fire equipment manufacturing and other related fields.
             FAX:     (847) 689-3057
             E-mail: kathleen.oleary@siu.edu              The program is designed to provide practical course work in areas of
                                                          management and supervision for fire service professionals. Successful
             ADDRESS:                                     graduates are prepared for career enhancing opportunities that include
             SIUC CASA | Off-Campus Academic              fire service-related management and supervisory positions, the insurance
             Programs                                     industry, the fire equipment manufacturing industry, and other related
             Building 617, Room 204                       fields.
             2221 Mac Donough Drive
             Great Lakes, IL 60088                        ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                    LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:
                                                          Minimum GPA 2.0/4.0 (2.25/4.0 and          University Center in Grayslake
             WEBSITE:                                     AAS related to fire service to apply for
             http://www.siu.edu/~asaocap                  Capstone program. Prior formal             TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:
                                                          training equivalent to a fire service      Students are provided information on
                                                          related AAS, prior fire service related    multiple textbook vendors and may
                                                          licensure or certification or prior        purchase their textbooks from the
                                                          employment in a fire service related       vendor of their choice.
                                                          field. Contact the program advisor for
                                                          more information.
             Required Courses:                                                                       TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:
                                                                                                     Transfer credit can include courses
             FSM 319     Occupational Internship          COST:                                      from regionally-accredited institutions,
                         (option replaces FSM 401)        $210 per semester hour ($630 per           military experience, military technical
             FSM 332     Labor-Management Problems        course).                                   schools, CLEP and DANTES exams
             FSM 360     Human Resource                                                              and related work experience. Contact
                         Management
                                                          REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                    program advisor for details.
             FSM 388     Data Interpretation
             FSM 387     Fiscal Aspects of Fire Service   Through the SIUC office at Great
             FSM 390     Legal Aspects of Fire Service    Lakes.                                     TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
                         Management                                                                  FSM Major Course Work                   48 SH
             FSM 398     Governmental Aspects of the                                                 University Core Curriculum              41 SH
                                                          ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                         Approved Career Electives               31 SH
                         Fire Service
             FSM 402     Current Issues in Fire Service   Summer, Fall, and Spring semesters;        Total                              120 SH**
                         Services                         each semester runs between 14 and          ** The minimum 120 SH required for the
             TRM 316     Applications of Technical        16 weeks.                                  degree must include a minimum of 60 SH
                         Information                                                                 from a senior (four-year) institution.
             FSM 421     Professional Development                                                    Requirements differ slightly for the
                                                          DELIVERY MODE:
             FSM 423     Master Planning for                                                         Capstone program. Contact program
                         Community Fire Protection
                                                          The 48 sh FSM major is offered via
                                                                                                     advisor for details.
             FSM 425     Fire Service Management          weekend and independent study on a
                                                          16 month (4 semester) cycle. Students
             Independent Study                            may enter during any semester. Each        FINANCIAL AID INFO:
             FSM 301     Intro to Fire Service Mngt.      semester includes 2 classroom              Students may apply for all forms of
                         Research                         courses, 1 online course and 1             financial aid available through SIUC,
             FSM 350     Readings in Fire Service         independent study. Classroom courses       including military tuition assistance.
                         Mngt.                                                                       SIUC staff at Great Lakes will assist
                                                          meet every weekend on either
             FSM 401     Trends in the Fire Services                                                 students in applying for financial aid.
                         Industry                         Saturday or Sunday from 8 am to 5
             FSM 450     Mngt. Problems in Fire           pm for 5 weekend sessions.
                         Services Industry


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                                                                                                                        TECHNOLOGY
Bachelor of Science in
INDUSTRIAL TECHNOLOGY

Industrial Technology graduates may be responsible for production
planning and scheduling, quality control, information systems,                    Contact Person(s):
procurement, facilities planning, job estimating, computer-aided
                                                                                  Kathy Rambeau
manufacturing, maintenance, safety, or other production and service
                                                                                  Program Advisor
related functions.
                                                                                  College of Engineering Outreach
                                                                                  Phone: (618) 536-5546 (Direct line)
TARGET AUDIENCE:                       military technical schools, General
                                                                                           (888) 536-4112 (Toll free)
Working adults and AAS graduates       CLEP, and DANTES.
                                                                                  FAX:     (618) 453-3200
                                                                                  E-mail: krambeau@siu.edu
ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS:                TOTAL HOURS NEEDED:
• Minimum GPA 2.0/4.0                  Industrial Technology major    48 SH
                                                                                  ADDRESS:
• Minimum GPA 2.25/4.0 for             Approved Career Electives      24 SH
                                       University Core/Department     48 SH       Southern Illinois University
  Capstone program for those
                                       Total                       120 SH**        Carbondale
  with related AAS degrees
                                                                                  Mail Code 6603
• Technical background
• Off-campus admission
                                       **The 120 semester hours required must     1230 Lincoln Drive
                                       include a minimum of 60 SH from a senior   Carbondale, IL 62901-6603
  application accompanied by a         institution.
  $30.00 fee
• Official transcripts for all prior                                              WEBSITE:
                                       FINANCIAL AID INFO:
  coursework                                                                      http://www.engr.siu.edu/outreach/
                                       Contact the SIUC Financial Aid
                                                                                  outreach.htm
                                       office at http://www.siu.edu/~fao/
COST:
$210.00 per semester hour.             SPECIAL CHARACTERISTICS:                   Required Courses:
                                       The Industrial Technology
REGISTRATION PROCEDURE:                weekend Program is designed to             IT 110      Geometric Dimensioning
Conducted on-site.                                                                            & Tolerancing
                                       allow adults to pursue a BS degree
                                                                                  IT   208    Manufacturing Processes
                                       while working full time. It includes       IT   240    First-Line Supervision
ACADEMIC CALENDAR:                     48 semester hours of college               IT   305    Industrial Safety
Fall, Spring, Summer semesters         courses covering such subjects as          IT   307    Applied Calculus for
                                       Six Sigma, lean manufacturing,                         Technology
DELIVERY MODE:                         computer-aided manufacturing,              IT 375      Production & Inventory
Classroom instruction                                                                         Control
                                       supervision, and project
                                                                                  IT   382    Motion and Time Study
                                       management. These courses,                 IT   390    Cost Estimating
LOCATION(S) OF COURSES:                required for SIUC’s Industrial             IT   392    Facilities Planning
University Center in Grayslake         Technology major, are scheduled            IT   445    Computer-Aided
                                       over a 16 month period for military                    Manufacturing
TEXTBOOK PURCHASE:                     and 24 months for industry. A              IT   450    Project Management I
From the vendor of student’s           typical course would be scheduled          IT   465    Lean Manufacturing
choice                                                                            IT   470a   Six Sigma Green Belt
                                       on alternate weekends, with day
                                                                                  IT   470b   Six Sigma Green Belt
                                       long classes held on both                  IT   480    Six Sigma Black Belt
TRANSFER HOURS POLICY:                 Saturdays and Sundays. Classes             IT   492    Special Problem in
Transfer credit is generally           begin promptly at 8:00 AM.                             Industry
accepted from regionally                                                          IT 494      Applied Project
accredited institutes of higher
learning, military experience, and



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