FALL 2007 COURSE SCHEDULE - Immaculata University by wuzhenguang

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									IMMACULATA UNIVERSITY
      COLLEGE OF
  LIFELONG LEARNING
       Conveniently located near the junctions of
     Route 30 and Route 202/Route 30 and Route 352
                 www.immaculata.edu
          THE COLLEGE OF LIFELONG LEARNING
                THE CHOICE IS YOURS…


CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDIT COURSES AND DEGREE PROGRAMS
Are you interested in pursuing an associate’s or bachelor’s degree, certificate, or certification at your own pace?
Do you want to have the option of taking courses on-line, during the day or in the evening? Choose from over
40 programs in Continuing Education. This brochure lists semester-long, seven-week, online, or special
schedule courses offered by eighteen academic departments on the main campus. See pages 20 to 38 to view
the fall course offerings.



WORKSHOPS
Here is your chance to explore an area of interest for which you may not have had time before. Visit a museum
and become engrossed in a specific collection of paintings. Become acquainted with a piece of local history.
Evaluate your motivation and reduce your level of stress. Workshop courses are offered throughout the fall to
enrich and enlighten you. Workshops can be taken for credit or non-credit. See descriptions on pages 9 to 15
for the variety of offerings.



ACCELERATED DEGREE PROGRAMS
Accelerated degree completion programs are offered on the main campus and at off-site locations throughout
the Delaware Valley. If you have just a few college credits, take a first step by earning an Associate of Science
in Business Administration. If you have earned at least 30 college credits toward your bachelor’s degree but
never completed it, you may attend class one night per week year around to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree.
Registered nurses enroll in the accelerated RN-to-BSN program offered in five Pennsylvania counties and the
state of Delaware. Students typically are employed full-time and are interested in working toward their degree
while maintaining employment. Please call the College of LifeLong Learning at 610-647-4400, ext. 3238 to
receive an information packet or visit us on the Web at http://www.immaculata.edu/CLL/ACCEL/index.htm



               ONLINE DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAM
The College of LifeLong Learning offers students the option of completing a Bachelor of Arts degree fully
online. Courses are seven weeks in length and are offered sequentially. No longer tied to a specific time or
location, students complete degree requirements anytime, from anywhere. Online delivery encourages team
work and cooperation. Students’ active participation and contribution create a rich learning environment. More
information is available on the Web at http://www.immaculata.edu/iuonline/index.htm or by calling 610-
647-4400, ext. 3085.


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                                           IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ACADEMIC CALENDAR – FALL 2007                                     TUITION AND FEES – FALL 2007
Open House for College of LifeLong Learning August 8              CLL Tuition per credit (see policy - page 7)          $380 per credit
Last Day of Summer Full                     August 15             Application Fee – Accelerated/Online Programs         $ 50
Last Day Summer II Session                  August 16             Other Fees
Instant Decision Day                        August 21              Private Music Lessons
August Graduation                           August 22                      30 minute lesson                             $310
CLL Fall Orientation                        August 23                      45 minute lesson                             $460
Fall Semester Classes Begin                 August 27                      60 minute lesson                             $600
Labor Day – No Classes                      September 3            Student Teaching and Observation                     $225
Fall Break – No Classes                     October 12             Music Therapy                                        $ 75
Spring Registration Begins                  November 14            Dietetic Practicum                                   $ 50
No Evening Classes                          November 20            Lab Fees                                             $ 30
Thanksgiving Recess                         November 21-25         Art Fees                                             $ 50-$75
Classes Resume                              November 26            Clinical Fees                                        $ 25-$50
Last Meeting for Fall Day Classes           December 7             Graduation Fee                                       $100
Last Meeting for Fall Evening Classes       December 13            Transcript Fee                                       $ 5
January Graduation                          January 8, 2008        Replacement ID Card                                  $ 15
                                                                   Returned Check Charge                                $ 25
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                                                                    Full-time teachers in Catholic schools receive a 20%
  Academic Calendar                                  3              reduction in undergraduate tuition. An application form
  ACCEL and Online Information                      19              may be obtained from the College of LifeLong Learning
  Book Orders (Off-Campus)                           6
  Campus Office Hours                                8
                                                                    Office and submitted along with registration.
  CLEP Testing Dates                                 6              Senior citizens may audit courses for a fee of $50 per course.
  Credit for Prior Learning                          6
  Degree Programs Offered                            3            Immaculata reserves the right to revise charges whenever it is
  E-mail Accounts                                   18            considered to be appropriate by the University or by the Board of
  Emergency Closing/Delayed Opening                  3            Trustees.
  Financial Assistance                               7
  Honors and Honor Society                           8            DEGREE PROGRAMS OFFERED
  Parking Permits                                    4            Associate of Arts (A.A.), Associate of Science (A.S.), Bachelor of
  Payment Plan                                       7
  Prospective Graduate Information                   4            Arts (B.A.), Bachelor of Music (B.Mus.), Bachelor of Science
  Registration Information                           4            (B.S.), and Bachelor of Science in Nursing (B.S.N.). Also
  Registration Form                                 39            available are certificate programs and certification in education
  Transcript Requests                                4            (early childhood, elementary, secondary, special
  Tuition and Fees                                   3
  Veterans’ Benefits                                 7            education/elementary), school nurse certification, music therapy
  Withdrawal Policy                                  5            certification, and a didactic program in dietetics. ACCEL
                                                                  programs offer additional options for degree completion in an
  COURSE DESCRIPTIONS
                                                                  accelerated format. For more information, visit us on the Web at
  Credit/Non-Credit Workshops                     9 -15           http://www.immaculata.edu/CLL/ACCEL/index.htm
  On-line Courses                                16-18
                                                                  EMERGENCY SCHOOL CLOSING
  COURSES BY DISCIPLINE
                                                                  In the event of a weather or other emergency, cancellations are
  Art                                               20            posted on the university’s website and announced on KYW radio
  Biology                                           20            (1060 AM) Philadelphia and all local Chester County stations.
  Business/Accounting/Economics                     22
  Chemistry                                         23            Immaculata University’s radio code number is 871 for day
  Education                                         24            classes, 2871 for evening classes, and 868 for graduate classes.
  English/Communication                             25            Unless an announcement is broadcast or students are contacted
  Fashion, Foods, and Nutrition                     27            by an Immaculata University employee, classes will be held at
  Foreign Languages and Literatures                 28
  History/Politics/International Studies            29            the regularly scheduled time.
  Honors                                            30            DELAYED OPENING
  Health Science/Services                           30
  Interdisciplinary                                 30            When opening is delayed due to inclement weather, the
  Mathematics/Computer Science/Physics              31            following Delayed Opening Schedule will be followed:
  Music                                             32
  Nursing                                           34                               Normal Time                   Delayed Time
  Physical Education/Exercise Science               34            1st Period         8:45am -10:00am               10:00am-10:50am
  Philosophy                                        35            2nd Period         10:10am-11:25am               11:00am-11:50am
  Psychology                                        36            3rd Period         11:35am-12:50pm               12:00pm-12:50pm
  Sociology                                         37
  Theology                                          37

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                                        IMPORTANT INFORMATION
How to Register                                                        Parking Permits and Photo ID Cards
     Complete the registration form at the end of this brochure.       Students attending class on-campus must register their
Mail form to:                                                          vehicles and will be issued a parking permit. Parking permits
     Immaculata University                                             are available 24 hours a day in the Campus Safety and
     College of LifeLong Learning                                      Protection Office located on Terrace Level in Lourdes Hall.
     P.O. Box 300                                                      Parking on campus roads is not permitted by order of the Fire
     Immaculata, PA 19345-0300                                         Marshall. Security guards ticket cars without a parking permit
After August 3, full payment or the first installment of               or parked illegally.
tuition cost (see page 7) must be included with your                   Student Photo ID cards are issued in the One Card Office
registration. Credit card, money order, or check payable to            located on Terrace Level, 11 Villa Maria Hall (near the post
Immaculata University are accepted.                                    office boxes by the back campus exit). The One Card Office
                                                                       is open during the first week of the semester until 8:00 pm.
     Fax the completed registration form to:                           During the remainder of the semester, the office is open
     610-647-0215                                                      Monday through Friday, 8:30 - 11:30 am and 12:30 - 4:00 pm.
After August 3, full payment or the first installment of               For service after 4:00 pm, call 610-647-4400, ext. 5555 for an
tuition cost (see page 7) must be included with your                   appointment.
registration. Credit card, money order, or check payable to
Immaculata University are accepted.                                    Prospective Graduates
                                                                       Students expecting to complete degree requirements in August
    E-mail your registration information to:
                                                                       2007 must submit the “Intent to Graduate” form no later than
     cll@immaculata.edu
                                                                       May 1, 2007. As the graduation date is August 22, CLEP
After August 3, full payment or the first installment of
                                                                       scores and transcripts for summer 2007 courses taken at other
tuition cost (see page 7) must be included with your
                                                                       schools must be submitted by August 15, 2007, to the College
registration. Credit card, money order, or check payable to
                                                                       of LifeLong Learning.
Immaculata University are accepted.
                                                                       Students expecting to complete degree requirements in
     Call 610-647-4400, ext. 3238                                      January 2008 must submit the “Intent to Graduate” form no
     Monday through Thursday, 8:30 am to 7:30 pm                       later than August 13, 2007. CLEP scores and transcripts for
     Friday, 8:30 am to 4:00 pm.                                       fall 2007 courses taken at other schools must be submitted by
After August 3, full payment or the first installment of               December 14, 2007, to the College of LifeLong Learning.
tuition cost (see page 7) must be included with your                   Students expecting to complete degree requirements in May
registration. Credit card, money order, or check payable to            2008 must submit the “Intent to Graduate” form no later than
Immaculata University are accepted.                                    December 14, 2007. CLEP scores and transcripts for Spring
                                                                       2008 courses taken at other schools must be submitted by May
    Visit the offices of the College of LifeLong Learning on           7, 2008, to the College of LifeLong Learning.
the Terrace Level of Good Counsel.
                                                                       Please note that there is a graduation fee of $100 for which
After August 3, full payment or the first installment of
                                                                       students will be billed.
tuition cost (see page 7) must be included with your
registration. Credit card, money order, or check payable to
Immaculata University are accepted. An advisor in the                  Transcripts
College of LifeLong Learning will be available to arrange              A student may request a transcript in person, by writing to the
your schedule for the semester.                                        Registrar’s Office, or by accessing the university website.
                                                                       Telephone requests cannot be accepted. The fee is $5.00.
Register Early
The College of LifeLong Learning (CLL) offers guidance to              Non–discrimination Policy
new and returning students. Call the CLL Office at 610-647-            Immaculata University is committed to the principle of equal
4400, ext. 3238 to schedule an appointment with an academic            educational opportunity without discrimination because of a
counselor. Matriculated Continuing Education students who              person’s race, gender, ethnicity, religion, age, national origin,
have declared a major must meet with a department advisor              color, disability, marital status, veteran status or other
before registering. (See page 8 for phone extensions of                classifications protected by law or University policy.
academic departments.) Students enrolling in a degree
program must have official transcripts from their high school
and any previous college attended sent to:
    Immaculata University
    College of LifeLong Learning
    P.O. Box 300
    Immaculata, PA 19345-0300
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                                        IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Withdrawal Policy and Processes for CLL
Requests to drop or withdraw from a course must be made in writing to the CLL administrative offices. Written notification
can be made by filling out the appropriate form in the office, or by sending a note to that effect by US mail, by e-mail, or by
fax. Written notification must be sent to the CLL administrative offices, Immaculata University, P.O. Box 300, Immaculata, PA
19345-0300; e-mail cll@immaculata.edu or fax 610-647-0215. Notifying the instructor will be appreciated but does not
constitute withdrawal from a course. The cessation of attendance does not constitute an official withdrawal. The level of
drop or withdrawal and the tuition that is to be charged are determined by the date the written request is received. All
withdrawals must occur prior to the final week of class.
Students changing their enrollment status to less than 6 credit hours will have all financial assistance cancelled.


Withdrawal from Traditional Length Course (Meeting at Least Twelve Times)
Drops/Withdrawals from traditional length day or evening courses have the following tuition and transcript implications:
 Type           Definition                                                           Tuition             Transcripted as

 Drop           Notification has been received prior to the first class meeting      No charge           Not recorded
 Drop           Notification after the first but prior to the second class meeting   20% of tuition      Not recorded
 Drop           Notification after the second but prior to the third class meeting   40% of tuition      Not recorded
 Drop           Notification after the third but prior to the fourth class meeting   60% of tuition      Not recorded
 Withdrawal     Notification after the fourth but prior to the fifth class meeting   80% of tuition      W
 Withdrawal     Notification received after the fifth class meeting                  100% of tuition     W


Withdrawal from ACCEL Course or Course Offered Through CE with Condensed or Special
Schedule (i.e., 5-8 weeks)
Drops/Withdrawals from accelerated courses or those with condensed or special schedules have the following tuition and
transcript implications:
 Type           Definition                                                           Tuition            Transcripted as

 Drop           Notification has been received prior to the first class meeting      No charge          Not recorded
 Withdrawal     Notification after the first but prior to the second class meeting   20% of tuition     W
 Withdrawal     Notification after the second but prior to the third class meeting   80% of tuition     W
 Withdrawal     Notification after the third meeting of the class                    100% of tuition    W


Withdrawal from CE Course that Meets for Four or Fewer Times or for a Weekend Sequence or
Withdrawal from Non-credit Workshop
Drops/Withdrawals from CE courses meeting two times or for a two-day, three-day or four-day sequence have the following
Tuition and transcript implications:
 Type           Definition                                                           Tuition            Transcripted as

 Drop           Notification has been received prior to the first class meeting      No charge          Not recorded
 Withdrawal     Notification after the first but prior to the second class meeting   100% of tuition    W


Transfer from Credit to Non-Credit
Students requesting transfer from credit to non-credit, from non-credit to credit, or from letter grade to pass/no credit must
notify the College of LifeLong Learning in writing prior to the second class meeting. Change of non-credit/credit or pass/no
credit is not possible after this second meeting. Students who register for non-credit workshops can request verification of
attendance.

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                                        IMPORTANT INFORMATION
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
ACCEL® Policies and Procedures                                         Credit for Prior Learning (610-647-4400, ext. 3246)
ACCEL® Registration                                                    Academic progress may be accelerated by earning college
The courses of any ACCEL® program are scheduled in the                 credit for learning that has resulted from life experiences.
traditional fall, spring, and summer semesters (please see your        Immaculata University recognizes that many adult learners
ACCEL® schedule for details). Initial registration for an              have accumulated a wealth of knowledge and expertise. The
ACCEL® program takes place two weeks before the beginning              University uses a variety of ways to translate non-college
of classes. Students register for one semester at this time. The       learning experience into college credit. These include credit by
next registration is scheduled before the end of the first             exam (Challenge); College Level Examination Program
semester, at which time students register for the following            (CLEP); and evaluation of transcripts from the armed services,
semester. An administrator conducts each registration and is           from non-regionally accredited schools, and from corporate
available to respond to academic or policy concerns.                   training programs. Contact the College of LifeLong Learning
                                                                       to find out more about the possibility of earning credit for
Attendance and Punctuality for ACCEL® Courses                          prior learning and the process of petitioning for such credit. To
There are legitimate reasons (illness, emergency, business             petition for credit for prior learning and for application
travel) for an occasional absence or tardiness. However,               instructions, e-mail a request to jporter@immaculata.edu.
attendance is an integral part of the learning experience,
especially in the fast-paced and time-restricted ACCEL®                CLEP Test Dates
programs. Teamwork and interpersonal communication skills
are the foundation of the learning process. Students who miss          Students prepare for a CLEP test by self-study. Immaculata is
classes lose attendance points because they fail to participate        an approved open test center for CLEP examinations. The
in critical portions of the course content and do not share in         University test center code number is #2320. Students must
the insights of their classmates. Students who miss more than          register through the College of LifeLong Learning prior to the
one session of a five-week course or more than two sessions of         testing date. The total cost of an exam is $80 which consists of
a six-, seven-, eight- or ten-week course must repeat the              $65 for the CLEP exam, and $15 for its administration.
course and will be reassessed tuition when the course is               Testing takes place in the Good Counsel Language Lab (Room
rescheduled. It is also important to arrive on time for all            31) on the following dates:
classes. Lateness may affect a student’s grade.
                                                                       Saturday, 8/11       9:00 am         Good Counsel, Room 31
Off-Campus Book Orders                                                 Tuesday, 8/14        7:00 pm         Good Counsel, Room 31
                                                                       Wednesday, 9/5       7:00 pm         Good Counsel, Room 31
MBS Direct provides service to Immaculata University                   Saturday, 9/22       9:00 am         Good Counsel, Room 31
students taking courses at any of the off-campus sites.                Wednesday, 10/10     7:00 pm         Good Counsel, Room 31
Students order books via a toll free number (1-800-325-                Saturday, 10/20      9:00 am         Good Counsel, Room 31
3252) or via the Web at                                                Wednesday, 11/7      7:00 pm         Good Counsel, Room 31
http://direct.mbsbooks.com/immaculata.htm                              Saturday, 11/17      9:00 am         Good Counsel, Room 31
or by fax (1-800-499-0143), and have texts delivered to                Saturday, 12/1       9:00 am         Good Counsel, Room 31
their home. When ordering, please include the university               Wednesday, 12/5      7:00 pm         Good Counsel, Room 31
name, course start date, and course name/number.
Payment must be made by credit card.                                   Please call the CLEP administrator at 610-647-4400, ext. 3246
                                                                       with any questions.
Transfer Credits
                                                                       APA Style Information
Courses accepted toward an Immaculata University
undergraduate degree will be transcribed without the grades            Students may access on the web a self-guided introduction to
that were earned at prior colleges; only the equivalent course         the American Psychological Association (APA) style needed
name as it exists in the Immaculata catalog and the credits            for research papers. Access the following for more
earned at other institutions will appear on Immaculata                 information:
University transcripts. Transferred credits do not impact the          http://www.wooster.edu/psychology/apa-crib.html
Immaculata grade point average. Please note that only
courses in which students earned a C or better can be
accepted in transfer.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION




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                                        IMPORTANT INFORMATION
Financial Assistance                                                   full or according to the installment plan. For further
Financial assistance is designed to help students with                 information regarding the installment plan, please refer to
educational expenses. It is not intended to cover all costs            “Installment Plan Options for CLL Students” on this page.
associated with a post-secondary education. In order to                Students with a balance after August 20 automatically will be
qualify for financial assistance students must meet the                enrolled in the installment plan for CLL students. Students are
following criteria:                                                    not permitted to attend class or occupy university housing
   • Be a citizen or eligible non-citizen                              until all financial obligations have been met. Late fees will be
   • Be a matriculated (degree-seeking) student or seeking             assessed to accounts when payments are not received when
     elementary, secondary or special education certification          due.
   • Be enrolled at least half-time (six credits) per semester
                                                                       It is the responsibility of financial aid recipients to ensure
   • Complete all required documentation
                                                                       that their financial aid is available by the term payment
The following is a list of required documents for financial aid.       due date. Please see Financial Assistance on this page for
   • 2007-2008 Free Application for Federal Student Aid                further information.
     (FAFSA). Complete the form at www.fafsa.ed.gov. The
     Immaculata University school code is 003276.                      Students who are reimbursed by employers are responsible for
   • Immaculata University Student Aid Application 2007-               submitting the receipt of payment information to their
     2008. Form can be located at                                      employer and for retaining all bills and statements for their
     www.Immaculata.edu/Financial_Aid/. Required to                    records. Immaculata University now offers an employer
     determine eligibility for loan and grant programs.                billing option to those who qualify. Contact the Business
   • Master Promissory Note (MPN). Complete the form at                Office, extension 3175, for more information.
     www.aessuccess.org. Students who have never                       Students with outstanding financial obligations will not be
     participated in the Federal Stafford Student Loan Program         permitted to register for the fall term or to receive grades,
     must fill out the MPN.                                            teacher certifications, or transcripts.
   • Entrance Interview Form. Complete the form at
     www.aessuccess.org. Students are required to complete             Immaculata University reserves the right to assign outstanding
     this form if they have not had a Stafford loan at                 account balances to a collection agency. In this circumstance,
     Immaculata University previously.                                 the student is responsible for all collection agency fees.
It takes approximately 4 to 6 weeks from the time an
application is submitted until funds are disbursed. Please             Installment Plan Option for CLL Students
allow sufficient time to process the aid application prior to          Immaculata offers an installment plan which allows CLL
registration. The Financial Aid Office is located in Suite 200,        students to distribute their payments over installment
Lourdes Hall. Office hours are 9:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday               payment dates during a traditional term. There is no fee to
through Friday. Walk-ins are welcome. An evening meeting               enroll. Installment plan due dates are based on the fall term
with a counselor can be arranged by calling the office, 610-           dates, not upon time of registration. Installment payments
647-4400 ext. 3028. The mailing address is Financial Aid               not received by the payment due dates will be assessed a late
Office, P.O. Box 647, Immaculata, PA 19345. Send E-mail to             payment fee of $25 for each late installment payment.
FinancialAidDept@Immaculata.edu
                                                                               INSTALLMENT DATES FOR FALL 2007:
Payment of Bills
Payments may be made by check, money order, or any                     Continuing Education Students:           Aug 20, Sep 24, Oct 29
major credit card and are accepted by phone, mail or in
                                                                       ACCEL® & Online Students: Aug 20, Sep 24, Oct 29, Dec 3
person in the Business Office between the hours of 8:30 am
and 4:00 pm Monday through Friday. The Business Office is
located in Room # 14 Terrace Level, Villa Maria Hall.                  Veterans’ Benefits
Payment drop boxes are located outside the Business Office             Veterans, Reservists, and National Guards who are eligible for
doors in Villa Maria and at the commuter entrance located in           Veterans’ Administration (VA) educational benefits must
Loyola Hall. Checks should be made payable to                          inform the Veterans’ Benefits Administrator in the College of
Immaculata University. Mail payments to: Business                      LifeLong Learning, 610-647-4400, ext. 3246. Veterans
Office, P.O. Box 631, Immaculata, PA 19345. To pay by                  enrolling for the first time must get authorization from the
phone, please call 610-647-4400, extension 3174.                       Veterans’ Administration, a process initiated by completing
                                                                       the “Application for Program of Education or Training” and
                                                                       submitting it to the Administrator. Students who are veterans
Payment Policy for College of Lifelong
                                                                       complete their registration and then report enrollment on a VA
Learning (CLL) students                                                certification form. The Administrator verifies the information
Tuition and fees for Continuing Education and ACCEL®                   and submits enrollment certification to the VA. All veterans,
students are due in full by August 20, 2007. Registrations             regardless of previous attendance at Immaculata, must have
received after August 3 must be accompanied with payment in            their enrollment verified every semester.

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                                          IMPORTANT INFORMATION
College of LifeLong Learning Dean’s List                                  The Induction Ceremony for Alpha Sigma lambda will be held
Dean’s lists are generated two times each year, in January                at the end of March or early in April every year. Membership
and July. Those named to the Dean’s list have completed                   in Alpha Sigma Lambda is entered on the student’s transcript
a minimum of 12 graded credits in the preceding six months                and is included in the formal graduation program. An
while maintaining a grade point average of 3.7 or better during           invitation to membership is an honor and recognizes academic
these six months. Courses in which a grade of P (for Pass) is             achievement.
earned cannot count toward the 12 credit minimum. The two                             Campus Office Hours
six months                                                                Bookstore Hours     610-647-4400, ext. 3089, 3090
periods during which students’ performance is evaluated are                 • Monday through Thursday       9:00 am – 7:30 pm
for courses completed between January 1 and June 30, and                    • Friday                        9:00 am – 4:00 pm
between July 1 and December 31. Students are notified by                    • Extended hours during first week of semester:
letter and a notation is posted on their transcript.                              o Monday -Thursday 8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Honors at Graduation                                                              o   Friday                8:30 am – 4:00 pm
At the time of graduation, baccalaureate degree recipients                College of LifeLong Learning
who have completed a minimum of 60 graded credits at                        • Monday through Thursday          8:30 am – 7:30 pm
Immaculata University will be evaluated for honors.                         • Friday                           8:30 am – 4:00 pm
Courses for which an F or W is recorded do not count                        • Saturday                         8:00 am – 12:00 pm
toward the 60 credit minimum, nor do credits earned
                                                                          Financial Aid Office             610-647-4400, ext. 3028
through credit for prior learning (CPL). Honors are awarded
for final, cumulative grade point averages as                               • Monday through Friday        9:00 am – 4:30 pm
follows:                                                                    • Evening hours by appointment
                                                                          Library Hours                        610-647-4400, ext. 3839
         summa cum laude 3.95                                               •   Monday through Thursday        8:30 am – 11:00 pm
         magna cum laude 3.85                                               •   Friday                         8:30 am – 5:00 pm
         cum laude 3.65
                                                                            •   Saturday                       10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Alpha Sigma Lambda                                                          •   Sunday                         12:00 pm - 11:00 pm
The National Honor Society of Alpha Sigma Lambda                            •   Holidays and special opening times posted
recognizes special achievement by adults who excel in                     Registrar’s Office                   610-647-4400, ext. 3007
academics while facing competing responsibilities of                        • Monday through Friday            8:30 am – 4:30 pm
family and career. The Society brings together outstanding
students and faculty and offers exposure to new and                       Business Office                      610-647-4400, ext. 3174
interesting subjects.                                                       • Monday through Friday            8:30 am – 4:00 pm
All students who think they meet eligibility requirements                 Academic Departments
are invited to apply. The criteria to join Alpha Sigma                    Continuing Education students who have declared a major
Lambda are:                                                               must meet with a department advisor before registering.
     • Students must have completed a minimum of thirty                   Department extensions given below are reached through
          credits at the associate or baccalaureate level at              610-647-4400.
                                                                          Art                                          3308
          Immaculata University, not including transfer credits
                                                                          Biology                                      3272
          from other institutions.                                        Business                                     3472
     • These thirty credits shall include at least fifteen                Chemistry                                    3307
          semester hours outside the student’s major field as             Education                                    3287
          well as fifteen credits in the liberal arts and sciences.       English                                      3479
     • Students must have a cumulative GPA of 3.2 or                      Family/Consumer Sciences Education           3760
          above.                                                          Fashion Marketing                            3160
                                                                          Foods in Business                            3762
     • Students cannot have had prior membership in Alpha
                                                                          Dietetics/Nutrition                          3444
          Sigma Lambda from this or another institution.                  Foreign Languages                            3467
Applications are accepted in the College of LifeLong                      Health Science and Services                  3312
Learning annually through February 15. If eligible,                       History                                      3491
please submit the following by February 15, 2008:                         Math/Computer Science/IT/Physics             3251
                                                                          Music                                        3435
     • A completed application form (available in the
                                                                          Music Therapy                                3490
          College of LifeLong Learning).                                  Nursing                                      3460
     • An essay of 350-500 words on the theme, “What my                   Philosophy                                   3301
          education has meant to me and how it has helped me              Physical Ed/Exercise Science                 3737
          in community leadership.”                                       Psychology                                   3293
     • A $35 check payable to Immaculata University.                      Sociology/Social Work                        3469
                                                                          Theology                                     3434
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                    FALL 2007                CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS


                       RESPONDING TO POPULAR DEMAND:
                  EXCITING, CURRENT, CONVENIENT WORKSHOPS
           Courses listed can be taken for academic credit or as non-credit enrichment workshops



ART
Philadelphia Museum of Art – I                                        Delaware Museum of Art
This seminar explores the expansive collection of American            This seminar provides an overview of the development of
art at the PMA. Since its founding in 1876, the museum has            American art and illustration. The Delaware Museum of Art
acquired major examples of decorative arts, paintings, and            is heralded as the home of the Brandywine tradition in
sculpture. In addition to works by Philadelphia artist Thomas         American art. To keep works by Howard Pyle in Wilmington,
Eakins, PMA’s American collection includes furniture and              art loving citizens founded the organization that would
silver by early Philadelphia craftsmen and extensive holdings         become the Delaware Art Museum. Its collections survey art
of Pennsylvania German art. The American collection is                of the 19th and 20th centuries, and the museum has become the
recognized as one of the finest in existence. Students meet on        primary repository for original paintings and documents from
Friday at Immaculata for an overview and the context of the           the “golden age” of American illustration. Students meet on
art to be viewed on Saturday. On Saturday, the class meets at         Friday at Immaculata for an overview and the context of the
the entrance to the museum. Students arrange for their own            art to be viewed on Saturday. On Saturday, the class meets at
transportation.                                                       the entrance to the museum. Students arrange for their own
                                                                      transportation.
Instructor:     Blake Gibson, MFA
Dates/Times/Location:                                                 Instructor:     Blake Gibson, MFA
                Friday, 10/19; 5:00-9:00 pm                           Dates/Times/Location:
                Loyola Hall, Room 316;                                                Friday, 11/2; 5:00-9:00 pm
                Saturday, 10/20; 9:30 am-4:30 pm                                      Loyola Hall, Room 316;
                At the museum                                                         Saturday, 11/3; 9:30 am-4:30 pm
Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                                       At the museum
                                                                      Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Brandywine River Museum
This seminar explores the impact of Wyeth art upon the                Philadelphia Museum of Art – II
Brandywine Valley. Exhibiting American art in a 19th century          This seminar surveys the nineteenth century section of the
grist mill, the Brandywine River Museum is internationally            European collection including artists such as Monet, Van
known for its unparalleled collection of works by three               Gogh, Bonnard, and Vuillard. Students explore art created in
generations of Wyeths and its fine collection of American             the transitional period leading up to and including the
illustration, still life, and landscape painting. Students meet       Industrial Age in Europe. They are introduced to various
on Friday at Immaculata for discussion and context of the art         styles of painting as well as to the changes in approach to
at the Brandywine Museum. On Saturday, the class meets at             subject matter. Students meet on Friday at Immaculata for an
the entrance to the museum. Students arrange for their own            overview of the art and discussion of the experience. On
transportation.                                                       Saturday, the class meets at the entrance to the museum.
                                                                      Students arrange for their own transportation.
Instructor:     Blake Gibson, MFA
Dates/Times/Location:                                                 Instructor:     June Yantz, MFA
                Friday, 10/26; 5:00-9:00 pm                           Dates/Times/Location:
                Loyola Hall, Room 316;                                                Friday, 11/16; 5:00-9:00 pm
                Saturday, 10/27; 9:30 am-4:30 pm                                      Loyola Hall, Room 316;
                At the museum                                                         Saturday, 11/17; 9:30 am-4:30 pm
Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                                       At the museum
                                                                      Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit




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                     FALL 2007                  CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
Painting: Still Life                                                      and conditions from a microeconomic and macroeconomic
This hands-on workshop introduces students to the basic                   perspective.
techniques of painting with acrylic paint. Students learn how
to use a viewfinder, mix the primary colors and paint from                Instructor:       Gregory P. Brown, MBA
observation. The theme for the painting will be from a still-             Dates/Times:      Friday, 11/2; 6:00-9:30 pm
life set-up. Students are required to bring one set of basic                                Saturday, 11/3; 9:00 am-4:30 pm
acrylic tube paints, brushes and one canvas 18” x 24” to the              Location:         Good Counsel, Room 6
first class.                                                              Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit

Instructor:        Justin Duffus, PAFA Certified                          BUSINESS/COMMUNICATION
Dates/Times:       Friday, 9/28; 5:00-9:00 pm
                   Saturday, 9/29; 9:30 am-4:30 pm                        Communication in the Business Environment
Location:          Loyola Hall, Room 315                                  Students analyze and apply the skills necessary for effective
Cost:              $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                        interpersonal communication in the business environment.
                                                                          This workshop focuses on appreciation of the models,
Drawing and Watercolor: Flowers and Fall Foliage at                       intentions, and habits exhibited by others and how to develop
Longwood                                                                  an individual communication style and flexibility.
This is a hands-on workshop investigating basic drawing skills            Instructor:       Stacy L. Linkins, MA
and techniques using watercolor. Students are required to                 Dates:            Saturday, 10/20 and 10/27
bring pencils, sketchbook, and a tube set of watercolors to the           Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
first class. On Friday, they work in the classroom based on               Location:         Good Counsel, Room 2
observations of plants and flowers. On Saturday, students                 Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
meet at Longwood Gardens where they have the opportunity
to paint and draw flowers and the fall foliage from the                   ENGLISH/COMMUNICATION
gardens. Students arrange for their own transportation to
Longwood Gardens and need to pay the entrance fee.                        Listening Skills
                                                                          Why do some employees seem more satisfied than others?
Instructor:     Leanne Grimes, BFA                                        Effective listening may be the key. This practical workshop
Dates/Times/Location:                                                     teaches how to listen more effectively, how to respond to
                Friday, 10/05; 5:00-9:00 pm                               consumer complaints, resolve conflict, negotiate successfully
                Loyola Hall, Room 315                                     with difficult people, create a team with your boss and
                Saturday, 10/06; 9:30 am-4:30 pm                          colleagues, produce higher quality work, and become a more
                Longwood Gardens, Kennett Square                          valuable professional.
Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
                                                                          Instructor:       Gail Froggatt, MA
                                                                          Dates:            Saturday, 9/22 and 9/29
BUSINESS                                                                  Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
Entrepreneurial Strategies                                                Location:         Good Counsel, Room 2
This workshop will ignite your innovative spirit and empower              Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
you to realize your entrepreneurial drive. Methods and tools
enable students to think more entrepreneurially and make an               Ceremonial Speaking
organization more responsive to changing business conditions.             There is a good chance that during your lifetime you will be
Examination of successful and profitable organizations                    asked to toast a couple at a wedding, eulogize a loved one at a
identifies the market strategies, account practices and financial         funeral, introduce a speaker, or accept an award. How do you
decisions that have made them leaders.                                    feel when you hear: “Could you say a few words?” Most
                                                                          people become anxious, others “wing it” with mediocre
Instructor:        Gregory P. Brown, MBA                                  results. This course focuses on designing and delivering
Dates/Times:       Friday, 10/5; 6:00-9:30 pm                             masterful speeches of ceremony gathering information on
                   Saturday, 10/6; 9:00 am-4:30 pm                        which to build an effective speech. Students will use
Location:          Good Counsel, Room 6                                   rhetorical techniques that impart a unique cadence, rhythm,
Cost:              $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                        and tone to speeches. Respond with confidence when asked,
                                                                          “Can you say a few words?”
The Economy: How Does It Affect Your Life?
Interest rates, gas prices and inflation are events that affect us        Instructor:       Robert Kelly, MA
every day. This workshop analyzes current economic trends                 Dates:            Saturday, 10/6 and 10/13
                                                                          Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
                                                                          Location:         Good Counsel, Room 2
                                                                          Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit


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                    FALL 2007                CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
Grammar Review for Not-So-Dummies                                      the research process – from selecting a topic to finding and
Has it been a while since you thought about all those grammar          evaluating information, to documenting the sources and
rules you learned in school? Do little mistakes in writing keep        knowing the ethical implications of information use. A high-
you back in other subjects or at the workplace? This may not           speed internet connection is strongly recommended.
be the most exciting thing to do this semester, but it may be
the most worthwhile. Consider the basics: The rules of                 Instructor:       Carol Howe, MLIS
grammar.                                                               Dates:            Registered students log on 9/10
                                                                                         Balance online; course ends 10/12
Instructor:       Eileen Mullahy, MA                                   Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Dates:            Saturday, 11/3 and 11/10
Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm                                      EXERCISE SCIENCE
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 1
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      Self Defense in Modern Society
                                                                       This course investigates the physical, psychological, and
Irish Nobel Laureates                                                  sociological impact that a physical attack can have on the
This course introduces the four Irish laureates in literature:         individual. Students learn how to recognize and avoid
William Butler Yeats, George Bernard Shaw, Samuel Beckett              dangerous situations as well as defend themselves. Historical
and Seamus Heaney. Students seeking academic credit will               perspectives provide insight into the influence society has had
write a 5-7 page paper. ENG/COM majors may use this credit             on people’s ability to defend themselves.
toward fulfillment of 200-level literature requirements.
                                                                       Instructor:       Kim Jackson, MEd
Instructor:       Sister Marie Hubert Kealy, IHM, PhD                  Dates:            Monday, 9/17, 24; 10/1, 8, 15
Dates:            Thursday, 10/4, 11, 18, 25                           Time:             7:15 pm-9:45 pm
Time:             6:30 pm-9:30 pm                                      Location:         Good Counsel, Room 27
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 27                                Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
                                                                       HISTORY
Contemporary American Short Stories
This course focuses on short stories written by such                   World Cultures
contemporary American writers as Raymond Carver, Charles               This course introduces the main features of non-western
Baxter, Donald Barthelme, Andrea Barrett, John Barth, and              civilizations and traditions. Students whose course work has
Dagoberto Gilb. Students seeking academic credit will write a          focused on western civilization learn to appreciate diversity in
5-7 page paper. ENG/COM majors may use this credit toward              a global community. Accordingly, this course may be used by
fulfillment of 200-level literature requirements.                      students with western civilization credits to meet the
                                                                       University’s world civilization requirement.
Instructor:       Sean Flannery, MA
Dates:            Monday, 9/10, 17, 24; 10/1                           Instructor:       Section 32 (In class): Jeffrey Short, PhD
Time:             6:30 pm-9:30 pm                                      Dates:            Saturday, 10/6 and 10/13
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 22                                Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      Location:         Good Counsel, Room 7
                                                                       Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
John Updike
This course focuses on the Rabbit novels by John Updike:               Instructor:       Section 35 (Online): Jeffrey Short, PhD
Rabbit Run, Rabbit Redux, Rabbit Is Rich, Rabbit at Rest.              Dates:            On-campus meeting: Tuesday, 8/28
Students seeking academic credit will write a 5-7 page paper.          Time:             7:15 pm-8:15 pm
ENG/COM majors may use this credit toward fulfillment of               Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 117
200-level literature requirements.                                                       Balance online; course ends 9/28
                                                                       Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Instructor:       Sean Flannery, MA
Dates:            Monday, 10/8, 22; 11/5, 19                           The Legend of Duffy’s Cut
Time:             6:30 pm-9:30 pm                                      This course explores the history, folklore, and archaeology of
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 22                                Duffy’s Cut, a mass grave of Irish workers dating from 1832
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      and located near Immaculata. This site has been investigated
                                                                       by a team from Immaculata’s history department and was
Information Research Methods                                           recently granted an official State Historical Marker by the
Finding information for college-level research papers can be a         Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission. Students
daunting task. With the amount of information in the world             explore the site’s importance in the story of Irish immigration
growing at an exponential rate, it becomes difficult to wade           to Pennsylvania, experience the local railroad lore, learn about
through and select quality information. This course examines           the ghastly ghost stories from the site, and observe first-hand


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                     FALL 2007                 CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
the investigative techniques used by the history department             debate, and form their own opinions concerning this complex
team. The course includes a visit to the site of the historical         question.
marker.
                                                                        Instructor:       John Ahtes, MA
Instructor:        William Watson, PhD                                  Dates:            Saturday, 9/22 and 9/29
Dates/Time:        Friday, 10/26; 6:00-10:00 pm                         Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
                   Saturday, 10/27; 9:00 am-4:00 pm                     Location:         Good Counsel, Room 7
Location:          Loyola Hall, Room 18                                 Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Cost:              $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
                                                                        MUSIC
HISTORY/SOCIOLOGY
                                                                        The Sound of Color
Investigative Procedures                                                Both light and sound will become two of the greatest tools for
In this course, students are introduced to interviewing methods         combating disease and generating wellness. This hands-on
and the development of informants and cooperating witnesses             course explores the use of two subtle healing tools: the CYMA
in criminal cases. Students learn to appreciate the importance          1000 acoustic bio-resonant device and the Gas Discharge
of forensics, surveillance, wiretapping and listening devices           Visualization Camera. The CYMA module sends vibrations
which are tools to establishing probable cause. The                     to the body to aid in the natural healing process. The GDV
importance of liaison with local and federal agencies is                camera measures the bio-electric field (aura) around the
stressed.                                                               human body. Participants receive an introduction to the
                                                                        science of cymatics and have their HEF (Human Energy Field)
Instructor:        Carl S. Wallace, MA                                  assessed for physical well-being.
Dates/Time:        Friday, 11/9; 6:00-10:00 pm
                   Saturday, 11/10; 9:00 am-4:00 pm                     Instructor:       Joseph Reilly, MA, MT-BC
Location:          Good Counsel, Room 7                                 Dates/Time:       Saturday, 9/29; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost:              $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                                        Sunday, 9/30; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
                                                                        Location:         Good Counsel, Room 28
History of Pennsylvania Prisons and Punishments                         Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
This course surveys corrections in Pennsylvania beginning
with the Walnut Street Jail and including the experiment of             Freeing the Natural Voice
solitary confinement and other forms of punishment up to                This course provides a supportive atmosphere for developing
today’s modern penal institutions. A tour of historic Eastern           and enhancing the natural singing voice. Through vocal warm
State Penitentiary in Philadelphia is part of the course so that        ups and improvisation structures, skills are developed to free
students can experience what Charles Dickens described as               inhibitions and broaden expression. The healing potential of
 “the immense amount of torture and agony which this                    the voice will be explored. Students with all levels of
dreadful punishment inflicts upon the sufferers.” Students              experience will feel empowered.
meet on Friday for lecture and overview on campus. They
provide their own transportation to the penitentiary. There is a        Instructor:       Lynn Miller, MA, CMT
$10 entrance fee. On Sunday, they meet on campus for                    Dates/Time:       Saturday, 10/20; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
perspective and discussion.                                                               Sunday, 10/21; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
                                                                        Location:         Memorial Hall in Villa Maria
Instructor:        Judge John F. Anthony, MSS                           Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Dates/Times:       Friday, 10/19; 6:00-10:00 pm
                   Saturday, 10/20; 9:00 am -1:00 pm; Field Trip        Expressive Movement, Meditation and Stress Relief
                   Sunday, 10/21; 10:00 am-2:00 pm                      Releasing stress and emotions through movement prepares the
Location:          Good Counsel, Room 1                                 mind, body and spirit for the quiet and stillness of meditation.
Cost:              $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      Students explore an expressive movement and dance
                                                                        technique that is a major element in Movement Therapy,
HISTORY/THEOLOGY                                                        combining the disciplines of modern dance improvisation and
                                                                        world music. Meditation techniques are discussed and the
Pius XII and the Holocaust                                              healing effects and meditative qualities of journaling and
Few topics in the history of the Catholic Church in the modern          simple drawing are experienced.
period are more controversial than the question of the alleged
“silence” of Pope Pius XII during the Holocaust. Both his               Instructor:     Jeanie Ruland Matteson, MA, CEA
defenders and accusers tend toward passion, often mixed with            Dates/Time/Location:
ideology. This course explores how Pope Pius XII responded                              Saturday, 11/10; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
to the horrors of Europe during the early years of his                                  Good Counsel, Room 28
pontificate. Students will delve into the historiography of the                         Sunday, 11/11; 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
                                                                                        Memorial Hall in Villa Maria
                                                                        Cost:           $380 one credit/$170 non-credit

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                     FALL 2007                CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
PHILOSOPHY/THEOLOGY                                                      Enhancing Your Potential
                                                                         Open the worlds of interpersonal communication and self-
Edith Stein: Her Life and Legacy                                         reflection using the theory of psychological type to answer
This course offers an introduction to phenomenology through              such questions as, “Am I in the right job?” or “How can I get
the life and writings of Edith Stein (1891-1942).                        along better with my family?” Focusing on theory and
Phenomenology is a method of philosophizing that seeks the               practical applications while stressing team-building and
essence of a concept using intuition, reflection, description            creative thinking, students explore how to make modifications
and discourse. As a philosopher in Germany during World                  in type.
War I and II, Stein’s writings on phenomenology, feminism,
and the human person are significant.                                    Instructor:       Neale Bringhurst, PhD
                                                                         Dates:            Saturday, 9/8 and 9/15
Section I: Stein and Phenomenology                                       Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
Students will become acquainted with Edith Stein and the                 Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 218
study of phenomenology through her autobiographical                      Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
writings.
Instructor:       Sr. Judith Parsons, IHM, PhD                           The High Cost of Perfectionism
Dates:            Tuesday, 8/28; 9/4, 11, and 18                         People who strive for perfection often reach their goal. They
Time:             5:30-8:30 pm                                           may get straight A’s in school, look attractive, get praised for
Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 100                                  following the rules, seem to make no mistakes, and somehow
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                        find the “perfect” mate. But the obsession to be perfect
                                                                         usually comes at a high cost. The perfectionist often is
Stein’s Psychophysical Person                                            plagued with inner fear, anxiety, anger or worry because
Students delve into Stein’s philosophical and theological                situations and people are not good enough. This workshop
writings about empathy and the human person.                             explores the nature of perfectionism and helps participants to
Instructor:       Sr. Judith Parsons, IHM, PhD                           differentiate between perfectionism and the pursuit of
Dates:            Tuesday, 9/25; 10/2, 9, 16                             excellence. Self tests and proven strategies are offered to
Time:             5:30-8:30 pm                                           break free from the constraints of perfectionism so that
Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 100                                  positive risks can be taken.
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                        Instructor:       Peter Rondinaro, PhD
Stein’s Essays on Women                                                  Dates/Times:      Friday, 11/16; 5:00 – 9:00 pm
This course focuses on Stein’s public addresses to women in                                Saturday, 11/17; 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
the late 1920’s, especially her responses to National                    Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 218
Socialism.                                                               Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Instructor:       Sr. Judith Parsons, IHM, PhD                           SOCIOLOGY
Dates:            Tuesday, 10/23, 30; 11/6, 13
Time:             5:30-8:30 pm                                           Stress Reduction and Healing Through Imagery for Better
Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 100                                  Work and Life
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                        Guided imagery is an effective tool to develop an “inner
                                                                         support system” and to facilitate relaxation and natural healing
PSYCHOLOGY                                                               and coping abilities. In this workshop, participants learn how
                                                                         to combine breathing, relaxation and interactive imagery to
Psychological Disorders in Film (Axis I)                                 cope with specific challenges of daily stress, including work
Join this lively class to get an interesting and in-depth view of        stress, fatigue, insomnia, muscle tension, and reactivity.
abnormal behavior as it is shown in contemporary film.                   Participants will be able to solve problems utilizing a more
Students compare and contrast specific movie character                   relaxed, focused state of mind, and they acquire skills that
portrayals to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental            promote improved immune functioning. This workshop
Disorders (DSM-IV). Character portrayals of Axis I                       includes a review of imagery and relaxation theory and
personality disorders will be investigated, including mood               techniques and guided exercises. Comfortable loose clothing
disorders, anxiety disorders and dissociative disorders.                 is recommended.
Learn DSM IV diagnoses from an interactive perspective – the
movies. No prerequisite course required.                                 Instructor:       Miriam Franco, LCSW, PsyD
                                                                         Dates/Times:      Friday, 11/2; 6:00 – 10:00 pm
Instructor:       Tracy Hill, MS                                                           Saturday, 11/3; 9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Dates/Times:      Friday, 10/26; 5:00 – 9:00 pm                          Location:         Faculty Center Lounge
                  Saturday, 10/27; 9:00 am – 4:00 pm                     Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Location:         Loyola Hall, Room 218
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit


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                    FALL 2007                 CREDIT/NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
Cybercrime                                                             spiritual practices. This course challenges students to engage
This course introduces the types of technology crimes                  sacred scripture and methods of prayer as spiritual programs
committed in whole or in part through the use of computers             that can be downloaded into the soul for ongoing intimacy
and other high technologies. Students examine the attributes           with God. (Required text in bookstore; bring a Bible)
of hackers, phreakers, and crackers and investigate identity
theft and cyber sex crimes. The expertise of the perpetrators          Instructor:       Fr. Paul G. Mast, DMin
and the specifics of the crimes inhibit law enforcement’s              Dates:            Saturday, 9/22 and 10/6
investigative response and that of the criminal justice system.        Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
                                                                       Location:         Good Counsel, Room 8
Instructor:       James Konieczny, MS                                  Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
Dates:            Friday, 10/5; 6:00 – 10:00 pm
                  Saturday, 10/6; 9:00 am – 4:00 pm                    St. Francis: Mentor and Model
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 1                                 This course examines the life and legacy of Francis of Assisi.
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      It provides a view of Francis’ core spiritual insights and
                                                                       prayers as well as his witness to simplicity, joy, and
THEOLOGY                                                               peacemaking. (Required text in bookstore)

Healing the Culture: Reverence for Life                                Instructor:       Sr. Sheila Galligan, IHM, STL, STD
This course explores the basic biblical, theological and               Dates:            Saturday, 10/20 and 11/3
pastoral principles undergirding the belief in the dignity and         Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
sanctity of human life. Specific topics and themes will be             Location:         Good Counsel, Room 8
discussed in light of the teaching of John Paul II and the             Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit
United States Catholic bishops. (Bring $5 for readings)
                                                                       Jean Vanier: Wounded Healer
Instructor:       Sr. Sheila Galligan, IHM, STL, STD                   In 1964, Jean Vanier founded L’Arch, an international
Dates:            Saturday, 9/15 and 9/29                              network of small communities for people with intellectual
Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm                                      disabilities. This course explores Vanier’s appreciation for the
Location:         Good Counsel, Room 8                                 dignity of the disabled. Students gain insights about how the
Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit                      mentally handicapped can teach our fractured world about the
                                                                       brokenness of the human condition. In a sense, all of us are
Spirituality: The .com Generation                                      dis-abled and in need of healing. (Required text in bookstore)
Every day millions of people around the world boot up a
computer. Whether accessing information or connecting with             Instructor:       Henry Poce, MA
people through email, the world of cyberspace has                      Dates:            Saturday, 10/27 and 11/10
transformed life worldwide. Similarly, every day millions of           Time:             9:00 am-3:00 pm
people boot up their spiritual lives through sacraments or             Location:         Good Counsel, Room 8
prayer. The desire is to log on to God through a variety of            Cost:             $380 one credit/$170 non-credit




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                             FALL 2007                NON-CREDIT WORKSHOPS
FOOD CERTIFICATION                                                  FOOD RECERTIFICATION
The SERVSAFE course is a complete educational program               The Chester County Health Department—as part of the
designed to address critical food safety issues through the         continuing education in Foodservice Sanitation Techniques—
Hazard Analysis Critical Control Point (HACCP) system.              mandates this program. All individuals registered with the
The object is to improve the foodservice manager’s                  Chester County Health Department as Certified Food Handlers
understanding of the relationship between food-borne                are required to apply for recertification every three years and
diseases and sanitation. The Applied Foodservice                    must meet educational requirements of the Health Department.
Sanitation course is the most recognized, widely accepted
food safety training and certification program available for        Instructor: John Miraglia, EdD
managers today.                                                     Section/Date/Time/Location for Offerings:

Instructor: John Miraglia, EdD                                            1. Tuesday
Section/Date/Time/Location for Offerings:                                    August 21, 28
     1.   Monday and Tuesday                                                 5:00-9:00 pm
          August 6, 7, 13, 14                                                Good Counsel, Room 24
          6:00 – 10:00 pm
          Good Counsel, Room 24                                           2. Tuesday and Wednesday
                                                                             September 4, 5
     2.   Monday and Tuesday                                                 5:00-9:00 pm
          September 10, 11, 17, 18                                           Good Counsel, Room 24
          6:00-10:00 pm
          Good Counsel, Room 24                                           3. Monday
                                                                             October 1, 8
     3.   Monday                                                             5:00-9:00 pm
          October 1 and 8                                                    Good Counsel, Room 24
          8:30 am - 4:30 pm
          Loyola Hall, Room 127                                           4. Monday
                                                                             November 5
     4.   Monday and Tuesday                                                 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
          November 5, 6, 12, 13                                              Loyola Hall, Room 127
          6:00-10:00 pm
          Good Counsel, Room 24                                           5. Monday and Tuesday
                                                                             December 3, 4
     5.   Monday and Tuesday                                                 5 – 9 pm
          December 10, 11, 17, 18                                            Good Counsel Hall, Room 24
          6:00-10:00 pm
          Good Counsel, Room 24                                       Cost for Course: $65
                                                                      Required text provided for in-class use.
  Cost for Course: $75
  Purchase text in bookstore.




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                                     ONLINE COURSES                                FALL 2007
Immaculata University offers online courses to make                        letter of each name. Please remember to change your password
education more accessible. These courses provide access to                 to ensure the safety of your course information.
quality academic programs from the convenience of home or
office. Online courses, while convenient, are not for everyone.            The following online courses are offered during the Fall 2007
To succeed in an online course, students should be self-                   semester:
motivated and comfortable using a computer. Necessary skills
include familiarity with the operating system of your computer,            BIOL 111 Introduction to Human Diseases (3 credits)
the mouse, scroll bars, using menus, opening and closing files,            - satisfies a laboratory science requirement.
navigating and searching the Internet, sending and receiving e-            This course is designed for non-science majors and has no
mail with attachments, and changing the browser settings and               prerequisites. Topics include bacteria, viruses, parasites,
security such as enabling java, allowing cookies and allowing              and other agents of communicable disease. Students
popups.                                                                    explore numerous websites for updated information on each
                                                                           topic. Laboratories are conducted at home or are Internet
The learning management system is compatible with PC and                   based experiences. This course meets on campus Monday,
MAC operating systems. Minimum computer requirements and                   8/27 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in LH 212. The remainder is
preferred system specifications are listed below:                          conducted online.
 Item           Minimum                         Preferred                  BIOL 112 Human Ecology (3 credits) – satisfies a
                Requirements                    Specifications             laboratory science requirement.
 CPU            Pentium III or Intel Centrino Intel Core 2 Duo             This course covers topics such as energy use, pollution,
 RAM            256 MB                          512 MB                     biodiversity, human population growth, and resource
 Modem          56k*                            DSL or Cable               management issues. Laboratories are home or Internet
 Hard Drive     20 GB                           30 GB                      based experiences in which students independently or in
 CD Drive       20X                             32X                        groups construct hypotheses, and collect, share, and analyze
 Sound Card     Sound Blaster 32 or equivalent                             data via the computer. Laboratory exercises examine
 Operating      Windows 2000, XP, Vista                                    energy use, water consumption, solid waste generation,
 System         Mac OS 9, OS X                                             and resource management and planning issues. Students
 Internet       Internet Service Provider with e-mail account              receive assignments, help and guidance, and submit work
 Access                                                                    through the course website. The two sections of this
 Browser        Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher or Firefox 1.0.4           course are completely online; enrolled students must log
                or higher (must be Java enabled, allow cookies,            in to the course website on 8/27.
                allow popups)
 Software       • MS Office 2003 or higher (Word, Excel,                   BIOL 208 Microbiology for Health Science (4 credits)
                  PowerPoint, Access)                                      This course explores the structure and function of
                • Anti-virus software: McAfee Viruscan or                  microorganisms as they relate to the economy of nature, the role
                  Norton AntiVirus                                         of pathogens in human disease, and methods for prevention of
 *Even though the speed of the modem states 56k or higher,                 contamination. Students in section 32 log in to the course
 the phone line may or may not allow transmission at those                 website on 8/27. Face-to-face sessions are on campus,
 speeds.                                                                   Wednesday 8/29, 9/26, and 10/31 from 5:30 to 10 pm in LH
                                                                           205; the balance of the course is online.
General information about taking an on-line course can be
accessed from the Immaculata web page. Go to:                              BIOL 209 Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 credits)
http://www.immaculata.edu, scroll to the bottom of the                     This course is a study of the underlying processes at the cell,
homepage, and click on WebCT.                                              organ and system levels of organization, which are the
                                                                           backbone of our modern understanding of the functioning
Courses can be accessed in the same way or by going directly to            human body. Students in section 32 log in to the course
the WebCT homepage at http://immaculata.eduprise.com                       website on 8/27. In-class testing is on Wednesday 10/3, 11/7,
Students officially registered for an online course will be able to        and 12/5 from 5:30 to 10 pm in LH 212. The balance of the
enter the course by the date of the initial class meeting, provided        course is online.
on these pages as well as within the course schedule listings.
Students enrolling in courses for which there is no on-campus              SCI 122 Earth and Space Science (3 credits) – satisfies
meeting should visit the course website on the date specified in           a laboratory science requirement.
the course schedule. To log in to WebCT, your username is the              This course is an introduction to the origin and evolution of
first initial of your first name capitalized and your last name            the universe and the solar system, the structure and
with the first initial capitalized (example: AStudent). By                 dynamics of Earth, and past and current explorations on
default, the password will be the same as your username until              land, beneath the sea, and in outer space. Hands-on sessions
you change your password using the Password Settings tab on                take place on Tuesday 8/28, 10/2, 11/6 and 12/4 from 4:30
the MyWebCT homepage. Hyphenated names or names with                       to 7:00 pm in LH 206. All other instruction is online.
commas do not include the symbols but do include the capital
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                                    ONLINE COURSES                          FALL 2007
ACC 399 Accounting Practicum (3 credits)                              between work and family, as well as management of time,
This is an opportunity to engage in business experience in a          stress, and finances. This course meets on campus on
specific area of the major field. The internship provides an          Monday, 8/27 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in LH 3. All other
in-depth analysis of practical business field experience to           instruction takes place via the web.
prepare students for career choices. This course is
completely online; enrolled students must log in to the course        FNU 208 Normal Nutrition (3 credits)
website on 8/27.                                                      Students explore the role of nutrients in body structure and
                                                                      function, identify the normal nutritional needs of individuals,
BUS 324 Entrepreneurship (3 credits)                                  and clarify contemporary issues concerning health and
This course deals with the concepts and their translation into        nutrition. Section 31 of this course meets on campus
reality involved when starting a business. Students explore           Wednesday, 8/29 from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in LH 3; Section 32
the challenges and responsibilities of an entrepreneur.               meets on campus Wednesday, 8/29 from 7:15 to 8:15 pm in
Operational strategies concerning business, financial and             LH 3. The balance of both sections is online.
marketing plans, as well as advertising, human resources,
legal, and ethical issues are discussed. This course is               CCS 300/SPAN 300 Crossing Borders: Hispanic
completely online; enrolled students must log in to the course        Women’s Image in the US (3 credits)
website on 8/27.                                                      This course examines the socio-political history of Hispanic
                                                                      women in the U.S., Hispanic/Latina identity, the impact of
BUS 399 Business Practicum (3 credits)                                social inequalities, and how Hispanic women adapt to or
This is an opportunity to engage in business experience in a          rebel against the limitations imposed by society. Students
specific area of the major field. The internship provides an          compare and contrast their own sociocultural realities with
in-depth analysis of practical business field experience to           Latin American cultures in the U.S. to discover a global
prepare students for career choices. This course is                   female experience. CCS300 is conducted in English;
completely online; enrolled students need to log in to the            SPAN300 is conducted in Spanish. This course is completely
course website on 8/27.                                               on-line; log in to the website on 8/27.

ENG 106 Composition I (3 credits)                                     HIST 115 World Civilization I (3 credits) – satisfies a
This course introduces academic writing and research                  liberal arts core requirement.
techniques with an emphasis on using language clearly and             This is a survey of the origins, the development, and the
correctly. The course is completely on-line; enrolled students        achievements of the world’s major civilizations from ancient
need to log in to the course website on 8/27 to begin their           times to the end of the European Middle Ages. Students
studies.                                                              compare the cultures and institutions, and the contacts that
                                                                      were maintained among different civilizations. Section 32 of
ENG 122 Introduction to Literature (3 credits)                        this course meets on campus Monday, 8/27 from 6:00 to 7:00
Students in this course explore the genres of short story,            pm in LH 117. The remainder is conducted online.
poetry, and drama with emphasis on techniques of literary
analysis and appreciation. Section 33 of this course meets on         HIST 116 World Civilization II (3 credits) – satisfies a
campus Wednesday, 8/29, from 7:15 to 8:15 pm in LH 117                liberal arts core requirement.
and continues entirely online. Open to CLL students only.             This is a survey of the development and transformation of
                                                                      the world’s major civilizations since the 15th century. It
ENG 150 Information Research Methods (1 credit)                       emphasizes the process of social, economic, and political
Finding information for college-level research papers can be          change as the West asserted global dominance. Also
a daunting task. With the amount of information in the world          studied is the reaction of non-western societies as well as
growing at an exponential rate, it becomes difficult to wade          the development of interdependence among civilizations in
through and select quality information. This course examines          the contemporary world. Section 31 of this course meets on
the research process – from selecting a topic to finding and          campus Monday, 8/27 from 7:15 to 8:15 pm in LH 117;
evaluating information, to documenting the sources and                section 32 meets on campus Tuesday 8/28 from 6:00 to 7:00
knowing the ethical implications of information use. A high-          pm in LH117. The remainder of both sections is conducted
speed internet connection is strongly recommended.                    online.
Registered students log in to the course website on 9/10. The
course ends on 10/12.                                                 HIST 200 World Cultures (1 credit)
                                                                      This course introduces the main features of non-western
FCS 219 Personal and Family Resource Management                       civilizations and traditions and may be used by students with
(3 credits)                                                           western civilization credits to meet the University’s world
This course focuses on management of resources to meet the            civilization requirement. Section 35 of this course meets on
goals of individuals and families across the life span.               campus on Tuesday, 8/28 from 7:15 to 8:15 pm in LH 117.
Emphasis is on personal development, communication skills,            The remainder is on-line. The course ends 10/2.
decision making, problem solving, maintaining a balance


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                                    ONLINE COURSES                          FALL 2007
MATH 217 Math Concepts for Managers (3 credits)                       THE 218 Introduction to Christian Ethics (3 credits)
satisfies a liberal arts core requirement.                            This course explores the foundational aspects of Christian
This course makes explicit connections among mathematics,             ethics and addresses its fundamental themes: Jesus Christ as
mathematical modeling, and organization dynamics. It offers           the source and model of moral values, humanity’s dignity and
the learner the opportunity to explore the meaning behind             destiny, human freedom, the formation and role of
analytical, descriptive, and decision making tools used in            conscience, the discernment of good versus evil, and
the business environment. On-line and highly interactive,             conversion. Section 32 meets on campus Thursday, 8/30
the course builds understanding of the mathematical infra-            from 6:00 to 7:00 pm in LH 117. The course continues
structure that supports management decisions. The course is           entirely online. Open to CLL students only.
open to ACCEL students only and is completely on-line;
students log-in to the course website on 10/1. The course             THE 312 The Heritage of St. Paul (3 credits)
ends 11/16.                                                           This course delves into the life and letters of St. Paul in order
                                                                      to understand his importance as a missionary and as a
PSY 324 Lifespan Development (3 credits)                              theologian. Some contemporary social issues are examined
The course is an overview of the human lifespan from                  in the light of St. Paul’s teachings. This course is entirely
conception to death with emphasis on major theories of                online; enrolled students log in to the course website on 8/27.
physical, cognitive, social, and emotional development. The
course is open to CLL students only and is completely on-
line; enrolled students need to log-in to the course website
on 8/27 to begin their studies.



                                          IMPORTANT INFORMATION
MyIU Portal and E-mail Accounts
Registered students receive a MyIU web portal account and an e-mail account automatically. The URL for accessing MyIU and
Immaculata e-mail is http://myiu.immaculata.edu. Students log in with username: firstinitiallastname (example: jsmith, login is not
case sensitive); the password is the student’s birth date (mmddyy). A student’s e-mail address is
firstinitiallastname@mail.immaculata.edu (example: jsmith@mail.immaculata.edu).With MyIU, students on- or off-campus can
check their email, participate in groups, access bookstore and library services, check on athletic scores or campus events, read
campus news and access the University Home web page. MyIU and E-mail are accessible from any computer on campus and from
home or business computers. All computer labs on campus have Internet access through the campus network. To access the network
from home, students must have Internet access through a provider.
Immaculata students may contact Voicenet, a local Internet Service provider (ISP), which allows unlimited dialup access and free
tech support for $13.95 per month or unlimited dial-up access and pay-per-use tech support for $9.49. Call 800-835-5710 and ask
for the Immaculata Internet Advantage.

Technical Support and Service
Help Desk support staff, lab aids, and a 24/7 WebCT help Center are ready to respond to students’ technology needs. Tutorials and
workshops are available to students and faculty who need a technology introduction or update.

Gabriele Library Resources
Gabriele Library Online provides access to thousands of digital resources. The circulation desk lends laptops and USB drives for use
in the library.

Academic Policies
Immaculata University publishes academic policies in the University Catalog. A copy can be obtained in the College of LifeLong
Learning. Two important policies are:
Plagiarism: The University considers plagiarism a serious violation of professional ethics and standards. Plagiarism is defined as
the presentation as new and original of an idea or product derived from an existing source. Such a violation incurs serious academic
penalty.
Electronic Use: By following the directives displayed on the University’s computer information screen, students acknowledge their
acceptance of the University’s acceptable electronic use policy. Removing, copying, altering or destroying intellectual property in
electronic format, or altering or destroying an electronic environment, is the equivalent of theft, destruction of property or
vandalism. Students using the University’s telecommunication and computing equipment need to be familiar with and agree to
abide by the tenets set forth in the computing policy.


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                           Immaculata University’s
    ACCELERATED DEGREE COMPLETION PROGRAMS
     CCELERATED EGREE OMPLETION ROGRAMS

                                 ONLINE AND IN-CLASS
                                  NLINE AND N CLASS

Seven in-classroom ACCEL® programs allow students to complete degree requirements in an accelerated time
frame. Attend class one night per week on campus or at one of many sites located throughout southeastern
Pennsylvania and in the state of Delaware

Four online accelerated Bachelor of Arts degree completion programs allow students to complete degree
requirements fully online, anytime, from anywhere. Students’ active participation and contribution help to
create a rich learning environment.


                         For more information, forward this request to:
              College of LifeLong learning, P.O. 656, Immaculata, PA 19345-0656
                            E-mail Address: accel@immaculata.edu
                                  Phone: 800-37-A-C-C-E-L
                                      Fax to 610-647-0215
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I am interested in the following accelerated program(s):

   Associate of Science in Business Administration…………………..                  In Classroom Only
   Bachelor of Arts in Financial Management………………………….                       Online         In-Classroom
   Bachelor of Arts in Health Care Management…………………...                      Online         In-Classroom
   Bachelor of Arts in Human Performance Management……………..                   Online         In-Classroom
   Bachelor of Arts in Information Technology in Business…………..              In Classroom Only
   Bachelor of Arts in Organization Dynamics………………………..                      Online         In-Classroom
   Bachelor of Science in Nursing (Prerequisite: Registered Nurse)…...       In Classroom Only

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                                      FALL 2007             COURSE SCHEDULE
                                             BANNER SELF-SERVICE
Students may view and print information regarding financial aid, their student payment account, current schedule, and
grades using Banner Self-Service (S.S.I.U). Instructions on how to access Banner Self-Service are available through the
IU Portal or the Immaculata web site at www.immaculata.edu Online registration will take place for the first time for
the Spring 2008 term; spring registration begins November 2007.

                SEE YOUR ACADEMIC ADVISOR BEFORE REGISTERING FOR COURSES
Each course is listed with its Course Number and Title, Registration (CRN) Number, Section, Credit Hours, Faculty, Time, Days,
Building, Room and Fee. This information is necessary for you to register. Days of the week are coded as M (Monday), T (Tuesday),
W (Wednesday), R (Thursday), F (Friday), S (Saturday), SU (Sunday). Buildings are coded as LH (Loyola Hall), GC (Good
Counsel), NH (Nazareth Hall), AH (Alumnae Hall), VM (Villa Maria).
The University reserves the right to cancel/change the courses offered, the professor, the time and location of a course.
 Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                                  ART
 ART102 Basic Drawing                          90001   01     3      Sr T Amorosi      1:00 - 2:15 PM       MF        LH      317   30


 ART105 Intro to Computer Graphics             90002   01     3         D Grimes       1:00 - 3:40 PM       T         LH      318   50
                                               90394   31     3         * Staff        5:30 - 8:00 PM       T         LH      318   50
 ART200 ST: Philadelphia Museum of Art I       90395   31     1         B Gibson        5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      316
                                                                                        9:30 - 4:30 PM      S         TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 10/19; 10/20-Tour
 ART200 ST: Brandywine Museum of Art           90396   32     1         B Gibson        5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      316
                                                                                       9:30 - 4:30 PM       S         TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 10/26; 10/27 - Tour
 ART200 ST: Delaware Museum of Art             90397   33     1         B Gibson        5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      316
                                                                                       9:30 - 4:30 PM        S        TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 11/2; 11/3 - Tour
 ART200 ST: Philadelphia Museum/Art II         90398   34     1         J Yantz         5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      315
                                                                                       9:30 - 4:30 PM       S         TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 11/16; 11/17 - Tour
 ART200 ST: Painting: Still Life               91037   35     1         J Duffus        5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      315
                                                                                       9:30 - 4:30 PM       S         TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 9/28, 29
 ART200 ST: Drawing & Watercologr: Flowers     91038   36     1         L Grimes        5:00 - 9:00 PM      F         LH      316
              & Foliage at Longwood                                                    9:30 - 4:30 PM        S      TBD
                                                                                    Class meets 10/5; 10/6 at Longwood Gardens
 ART201 Basic Design                           90003   01     3         B Gibson        2:25 - 5:05 PM       W       LH      317    30
 ART215 Art Appreciation                       90004   01     3         D Grimes       11:35 12:50 PM       TR        LH      317
 ART302 Graphic Design I                       90399   31     3         K Wise         7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         LH      318   50
 ART303 Painting I                             90400   31     3         D Grimes       4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         LH      315   50
                                               91167   32     3         D Grimes       7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         LH      315   50
 ART306 Ceramics I                             90005   01     3         D Grimes       2:25 - 5:05 PM       M         LH      319   50
                                               90401   31     3         D Grimes       5:30 - 8:00 PM       M         LH      319   50

                                                             BIOLOGY
 BIOL103 Human Biology & Ecology               90007   01     3      Sr S Cronin       8:45 - 9:35 AM         MW      LH      216
                                                                                    Must register for a Lab Section A01-A08
                                               90008   02     3      Sr S Cronin       8:45 - 9:35 AM         TR      LH      216
                                                                                    Must register for a Lab Section A01-A08

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                                    FALL 2007                COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                      BIOLOGY (continued)
BIOL103 Human Biology & Ecology (continued)   90009    03    3    Sr S Cronin         2:25 - 3:15 PM         MW      LH        216
                                                                                   Must register for a Lab Section A01-A08
                                              90010    04    3    Sr S Cronin         2:25 - 3:15 PM         TF      LH        216
                                                                                   Must register for a Lab Section A01-A08


                                              90011    A01   0    Sr S Cronin        10:10 11:50 AM          M        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
                                              90012    A02   0        K Eiseman      10:10 11:50 AM          T        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
                                              90013    A03   0        K Eiseman      10:10 11:50 AM          W        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
                                              90014    A04   0        D Tischler      8:45 - 10:25 AM        R        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04

                                              90015    A05   0    Sr S Cronin         8:45 - 10:25 AM        F        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
                                              90016    A06   0        D Tischler      2:25 - 4:05 PM         M        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04

                                              90017    A07   0        K Eiseman       2:25 - 4:05 PM         T        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
                                              90018    A08   0        K Eiseman       2:25 - 4:05 PM         W        LH       211
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-04
BIOL111 Introduction to Human Diseases        90402    31    3    Sr J Manns          6:00 - 7:00 PM     M        LH           212
                                                                                   On-campus 8/27; Balance Online
BIOL112 Human Ecology                         90403    31    3        C Pratt      On-line; Log-0n 8/27
                                              90414    32    3        C Pratt      On-line; Log-0n 8/27
BIOL207 Human Biology                         90416    31    3        P Joyce          5:30 - 8:10 PM       T         LH       212
BIOL208 Microbiology for Health Science       90417    31    4    Sr J Molinaro       5:30 - 8:10 PM         R        LH       212
                                                                                   Must also register for Lab Section A31
                                              90420    32    4        J Shingle        5:30 - 10:00 PM    W        LH        212
                                                                                   Log-on 8/27; Meet on campus 8/29; 9/26; 10/31;
                                                                                   Balance Online
                                              90419    A31   0    Sr J Manns          8:20 - 10:00 PM        R         LH      205
                                                                                   Must also register for Lecture Section 31
BIOL209 Human Anatomy & Physiology I          90022    01    4        F Martin        8:45 - 10:00 AM        MW      LH        217
                                                                                   Must register for a Lab Section A01-A03
                                              90023    02    4        F Martin        8:45 - 10:00 AM        TR      LH        217
                                                                                   Must register for a Lab Section A01-A03
                                              90422    31    4        P Burt          5:30 - 8:10 PM         T        LH       221
                                                                                   Must also register for Lab Section A31

                                              90424    32    4        F Martin         5:30 - 10:00 PM    W       LH        212
                                                                                   Log on 8/27; Meet On-campus 10/3; 11/7; 12/5;
                                                                                   Balance On-line

                                              90024    A01   0        P Burt         10:10 11:50 AM          M        LH       206
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-02
                                              90025    A02   0        * Staff         8:45 - 10:25 AM        F        LH       206
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-02
                                              90026    A03   0        * Staff        10:30 12:10 PM          F        LH       206
                                                                                   Must register for a Lecture Section 01-02
                                              90423    A31   0        P Burt          8:20 - 10:00 PM        T         LH      206
                                                                                   Must also register for Lecture Section 31

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                                   FALL 2007                COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                 CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                       Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                     BIOLOGY (continued)
BIOL233 Cell Biology                         90027    01    4        J Shingle       10:10 11:25 AM         TR       LH        216
                                                                                   Must register for Lab Section A01
                                             90028    A01   0        J Shingle        8:45 - 11:15 AM        F        LH       202
                                                                                   Must register for Lecture Section 01
                                             90792    A02   0        J Shingle        8:45 - 11:25 AM        W        LH       202
                                                                                   Must register for Lecture Section 01


BIOL291 IS: Ecology                          90648    IS1   3        C Pratt       Independent Study approval required
BIOL305 Evolution & Diversity                90029    01    4        F Martin        11:35 12:50 PM         MW       LH        212
                                                                                   Must register for Lab Section A01
                                             90536    A01   0        F Martin         2:25 - 5:05 PM         W         LH      201
                                                                                   Must also register for Lecture Section 01
BIOL307 Ecology                              90032    01    4        C Pratt          8:45 - 11:25 AM      TR         LH       212
                                                                                   Lab in Loyola Hall, Room 210
BIOL320 Junior Seminar                       90033    01    1        C Pratt           1:00 - 2:15 PM       T         LH       212
BIOL366 Molecular Biology                    90039    01    4        J Shingle        11:35 2:05 PM        MW         LH       219
                                                                                   Lab in Loyola Hall, Room 202
BIOL391 Biological Research: Ribosomal DNA   90547    01    2    Sr S Cronin       Independent study approval required
SCI122 Earth & Space Science                 90425    31    3        J Atkins         4:30 - 7:00 PM         T        LH       206
                                                                                   Labs: 8/28; 10/2; 11/6; 12/4; Balance On-line

                                        BUSINESS/ACCOUNTING/ECONOMICS
ACC203 Accounting Principles I               90019    02    3        R Garey          11:35 12:50 PM        TR        LH       18
                                             90030    03    3        R Garey          11:35 12:50 PM        WF        LH       18
                                             90381    31    3        J Gnias           7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         LH       120
ACC303 Intermediate Accounting I             90382    31    3        J Teeple          7:15 - 9:45 PM       R         LH       120
ACC399 Accounting Practicum                  90035    01    3        J Ryan        Registered students Log on 8/27; Continue Online

ACC421 Advanced Accounting I                 90383    31    3        J Boyle           7:15 - 9:45 PM       W         LH       120
BUS200 ST: Communication in the              90435    31    1        S Linkins        9:00 - 3:00 PM       S         GC     2
           Business Environment                                                    Course meets 10/20, 27; Cross listed w/COM 270
BUS200 ST: Entrepreneurial Strategies        90543    32    1        G Brown           6:00 - 9:30 PM       F         GC       6
                                                      32    1        G Brown          9:00 - 4:30 PM        S         GC       6
                                                                                   Course meets 10/5, 6
BUS200 ST: The Economy                       90544    33    1        G Brown           6:00 - 9:30 PM       F         GC       6
                                                      33    1        G Brown          9:00 - 4:30 PM        S         GC       6
                                                                                   Course meets 11/2, 3
BUS235 Business Computer Applications        90034    01    3        R Garey          10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH       117
                                             90036    02    3        H Tahir           8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        LH       117
                                             90038    03    3        H Tahir          10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH       117
BUS301 International Business                90384    31    3        A Tarrago         7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         GC       8
BUS311 Human Resource Management             90040    01    3        J Bull           10:10 11:25 AM        MW        GC       5
                                             90041    02    3        J Bull            1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        GC       5
BUS315 Business Law I                        90043    01    3        J Pugh            1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        GC       8
                                             90051    02    3        J Pugh           10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       8
                                             90385    31    3         MJ Pethick       7:15 - 9:45 PM       R         GC       6
BUS324 Entrepreneurship                      90386    31    3        J Bull        Registered students log on 8/27; Continue online

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                                    FALL 2007          COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                             CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                       Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                 BUSINESS/ACCOUNTING/ECONOMICS (continued)
BUS327 Managing Business Information     90052   01    3        J Pugh            1:00 - 3:30 PM        T         GC      5
                                         90387   31    3        J Pugh            4:30 - 7:00 PM        T         GC      8
BUS338 Business Ethics                   90053   01    3        C Fitzwater       11:35 12:50 PM        TR        GC      5
                                         90388   31    3        G Warren          7:15 - 9:45 PM        T         GC      20
BUS360 Business Management               90054   01    3        J Bull            1:00 - 3:30 PM        T         GC      6
                                         90389   31    3        J Peila           7:15 - 9:45 PM        M         GC      8
BUS365 Strategic Planning                90055   01    3        C Fitzwater       1:00 - 3:30 PM        M         GC      6
BUS399 Business Practicum                90060   01    3        J Ryan         Registered students log on 8/27; Continue online
ECO201 Principles of Macroeconomics      90066   01    3        J Ryan            10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC      6
                                         90067   02    3        J Ryan            11:35 12:50 PM        TR        GC      6
                                         90390   31    3        D Fiorenza        7:15 - 9:45 PM        W         GC      6
ECO203 Principles of Economics           90070   01    3    Sr A Coyle            10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC      5
                                         90071   02    3        J Ryan            10:10 11:25 AM        WF        GC      6
ECO307 Statistics                        90391   31    3        H Tahir           4:30 - 7:00 PM        R         GC      6
FIN362 Introduction to Finance           90072   01    3        C Fitzwater       10:10 11:25 AM        MW        GC      8
                                         90392   31    3        R Garey           7:15 - 9:45 PM        W         GC      23
FIN368 Advanced Corporate Finance        90393   31    3        J McCloskey       7:15 - 9:45 PM        R         GC      20
FIN399 Finance Practicum                 90546   01    3        J Ryan        Registered students log on 8/27; Continue online
MKT399 Marketing Practicum               90542   01    3        J Ryan        Registered students log on 8/27; Continue online


                                                      CHEMISTRY
CHE100 Survey of Chemistry               90426   31    4        B Weber          5:30 - 8:00 PM         W        LH      314
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A04
                                         90427   A31   0        B Weber          8:05 - 9:45 PM         W         LH      308
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 31
                                         90428   A32   0        B Weber          8:05 - 9:45 PM         W         LH      312
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 31
CHE101 Basic College Chemistry I         90044   01    3        J Zhang         11:35 12:25 PM          MW        LH      316
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A04
                                         90045   02    3        J Zhang         11:35 12:25 PM          TR        LH      316
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A04

                                         90046   03    3        B Weber          1:00 - 1:50 PM         MW        LH      111
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A04
                                         90429   31    3        B Weber          6:00 - 7:30 PM          T        LH      316
                                                                              Must also register for Lab section A31
                                         90047   A01   0        N Siddiqui       2:25 - 5:05 PM         T         LH       312
                                                                              Must also register for a Lecture section 01-03
                                         90048   A02   0        * Staff          2:25 - 5:05 PM         F         LH       312
                                                                              Must also register for a Lecture section 01-03
                                         90049   A03   0        J Zhang          2:25 - 5:05 PM         W         LH       312
                                                                              Must also register for a Lecture section 01-03
                                         90050   A04   0        N Siddiqui       2:25 - 5:05 PM         M         LH       312
                                                                              Must also register for a Lecture section 01-03
                                         90430   A31   0        B Weber           7:35 - 9:35 PM         T         LH     312
                                                                             Must also register for Lecture section 31




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                                   FALL 2007           COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                             CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                 Time Days             BLDG Room Fee

                                            CHEMISTRY (continued)

CHE103 Fundamental Chemical Concepts I   90056   01    4         C Eiseman       8:45 - 10:00 AM        TR        LH      316
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A02
                                         90057   A01   0         C Eiseman       2:25 - 5:05 PM         T         LH       308
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01
                                         90058   A02   0         C Eiseman       8:45 - 11:25 AM        W         LH       308
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01
CHE105 Forensic Science I                90059   01    3         J Zhang         1:00 - 1:50 PM         MW        LH      316
                                                                              Must also register for a Lab section A01-A02
                                         90061   A01   0         J Zhang         2:00 - 3:40 PM         M         LH       307
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01
                                         90062   A02   0         J Zhang         1:00 - 2:40 PM         T         LH       307
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01
CHE110 Lab Techniques in Chemistry       90431   31    1         B Weber          8:05 - 9:45 PM       W         LH308
                                         90432   32    1         B Weber          7:35 - 9:35 PM       T         LH        312
CHE200 Chemical Literature               90063   01    3         J Murray        10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH        314
CHE201 Introductory Organic Chemistry    90433   31    3         M Zagorski      6:00 - 7:30 PM         M         LH       314
                                                                              Must also register for Lab section A31
                                         90434   A31   0         M Zagorski      7:35 - 9:35 PM         M         LH       303
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 31
CHE211 Organic Chemistry I               90064   01    4         J Murray        8:45 - 9:35 AM         MWF       LH       314
                                                                              Must also register for Lab section A01
                                         90065   A01   0         J Murray        2:25 - 5:05 PM         T         LH       303
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01

CHE313 Physical Chemistry I              90068   01     4        J Murray       11:35 -12:50 PM        TR      LH         314
                                                                              Must also register for Lab section A01
                                         90069   A01   0         J Murray        8:45 - 11:25 AM        F         LH       307
                                                                              Must also register for Lecture section 01



                                                      EDUCATION
EDU201 Sophomore I Field Experience      90074   01    0     Sr J Carter         8:00 - 12:00 PM      R          LH       127
                                                                              Meet 8/30/07; other weeks are field experiences
EDU203 Junior I Field Experience         90075   01    0     Sr J Carter         8:00 - 12:00 PM      R          LH       127
                                                                              Meet 8/30/07; other weeks are field experiences
EDU301 Social Foundations of Education   90078   01    3         J Corabi        8:45 - 11:45 AM      MTWF       LH        4
                                                                              Course meets 8/27 - 9/12
EDU302 Education Psychology              90079   01    3         M Calderone 10:10 11:25 AM            MW        LH        217
                                                                            Elementary Focus
                                         90080   02    3         D Brennan       10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH        316
                                                                              Secondary Focus
                                         90081   03    3         M Calderone   8:45 - 11:25 AM         T         LH        219
                                                                            Elementary Focus
                                         90082   04    3         D Brennan       8:45 - 11:25 AM       T         LH        218
                                                                              Secondary Focus
                                         90436   31    3         D Brennan        4:30 - 7:00 PM       M         LH        316
                                         90920   32    3         D Brennan        7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         LH        221
EDU310 Orientation to Teaching           90083   01    3     Sr J Carter         1:00 - 2:15 PM        MW        LH        217
                                                                              Elementary Focus



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                                      FALL 2007             COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time             Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                 EDUCATION (continued)
EDU310 Orientation to Teaching (continued)    90085   02    3        C Moran           1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW       LH        216
                                                                                   Secondary Focus
                                              90089   03    3    Sr J Carter          1:00 - 3:40 PM        T        LH        217
                                                                                   Elementary Focus
                                              90090   04    3        C Moran          1:00 - 3:40 PM        T        LH        218
                                                                                   Secondary Focus
                                              90439   31    3        T Rooney          7:15 - 9:45 PM       M        LH        217
EDU325 Student Teaching: Secondary            90091   01    6    Sr A Burton           4:00 - 5:15 PM       W        LH        127       225
                                              90446   31    6    Sr A Burton           4:00 - 5:15 PM       W        LH        127       225
EDU331 Creative Thought & Expression          90092   01    3        D Brennan       12:55 3:55 PM         MTWF      LH        18
                                                                                   Course meets 8/27 - 9/12
EDU346 Student Teaching: Elementary           90093   01    6    Sr A Burton           4:00 - 5:15 PM       W        LH        127       225
                                              90456   31    6    Sr A Burton           4:00 - 5:15 PM       W        LH        127       225
EDU347 Reading & Writing Connections          90094   01    3        C Moran          10:10 11:25 AM        MW       LH        216
                                              90458   31    3        C Moran           4:30 - 7:00 PM       W        LH        217
                                              90921   32    3        C Moran           7:15 - 9:45 PM       W        LH        217
EDU361 Early Childhood Education I            90461   31    3        E Hill            4:30 - 7:00 PM       R        LH        217
EDU381 Introduction to Special Education      90095   01    3        K Nolan           8:45 - 11:25 AM      T        LH        229
                                              90096   02    3        K Nolan          11:35 12:50 PM        MW       LH        229
                                              90462   31    3        M McQuiggan       4:30 - 7:00 PM       T        LH        217


                                              ENGLISH/COMMUNICATION
COM200 Business & Technical Writing           90437   31    3        S Flannery        7:15 - 9:45 PM       W        GC        26
COM206 Journalism                             90438   31    3        D Dumschat        7:15 - 9:45 PM       T        LH        218
COM227 Decoding the Media                     90440   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       R        LH        217
COM239 Introduction to Public Relations       90120   01    3        S Linkins        11:35 12:50 PM        TR       GC        8
COM270 ST: Writing Center Theory              90185   01    1        M Kisthardt      1:00 - 2:15 PM         T        LH         100
                                                                                   Meets 9/18, 25; 10/2, 9, 16, 23; Cross listed with ENG 150

COM270 ST: Listening Skills                   90441   31    1        G Froggatt       9:00 - 3:00 PM        S        GC        2
                                                                                   Meets 9/22, 29
COM270 ST: Ceremonial Speaking                90442   32    1        R Kelly          9:00 - 3:00 PM        S        GC        2
                                                                                   Meets 10/6, 13
COM270 ST: Communication in                   90445   33    1        S Linkins        9:00 - 3:00 PM        S         GC      2
           the Business Environment                                                Meets 10/20, 27; Cross listed with BUS 200
COM270 ST: Grammar Review for                 90447   34    1        E Mullahy         9:00 - 3:00 PM       S        GC        1
             Not-So-Dummies                                                        Meets 11/3,10; Cross listed with /ENG 150
COM305 Communication Theory                   90121   01    3        D Dumschat        1:00 - 3:30 PM       T        LH        219
COM307 Publication Design & Editing           90122   01    3        * Staff           1:00 - 3:30 PM       W        LH        318
COM308 Media Ethics and Law                   90449   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       M        GC        1
COM350 Business & Professional Speaking       90123   01    3        S Linkins        10:10 11:25 AM        WF       GC        20
COM401 IS: Communication Internship           90551   IS1   3        S Linkins     Independent Study approval required
COM403 Field Experience in Public Relations   90549   IS1   3        S Linkins     Dept approval required
ENG101 Principles of Writing                  90450   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       M        GC        20
ENG103 Composition Studio I                   90193   01    3        M Kisthardt      10:10 11:25 AM        MW       GC        2
                                                                                   Must also register for ENG 103 Section S01 or S02



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                                    FALL 2007               COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                          ENGLISH/COMMUNICATION (continued)
ENG103 Composition Studio I (continued)       90195   02    3        M Kisthardt      11:35 12:50 PM        MW        GC       2
                                                                                   Must also register for ENG 103 Section S01 or S02
                                              90702   03    3        M Kisthardt      10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH       221
                                                                                   Must also register for ENG 103 section S01 or S02
                                              90196   S01   3        *Staff            1:30 - 2:00 PM       T         LH       117
                                                                                   Must also register for ENG 103 Lecture 01, 02, or 03

                                              90197   S02   3        *Staff           2:30 -3:00 PM          T       LH        117
                                                                                   Must also register for ENG 103 Lecture 01, 02, or 03

ENG106 Composition I                          90124   01    3        R Duffy           8:45 - 10:00 AM      MW        GC       10
                                              90125   02    3        E Smith          10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       22
                                              90126   03    3        S Flanner         2:25 - 3:40 PM       WF        GC       2
                                              90127   04    3    Sr M Kealy            8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        GC       10
                                              90128   05    3    Sr M Kealy           11:35 12:50 PM        MW        GC       5
                                              90129   06    3        C Tannery        11:35 12:50 PM        MW        GC       8
                                              90130   07    3        G Froggatt        2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW        GC       8
                                              90132   08    3        G Froggatt        1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        LH       2
                                              90133   09    3        N Hoffman         8:45 - 10:00 AM      WF        GC       8
                                              90134   10    3        C Tannery        10:10 11:25 AM        MW        GC       25
                                              90137   12    3        K Feiler         11:35 12:50 PM        WF        LH       2
                                              90138   13    3        Gerritsen        10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       10
                                              90139   14    3        E Smith          11:35 12:50 PM        TR        LH       221
                                              90140   15    3        M Gallagher       2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW        LH       2
                                              90143   18    3        S Flannery        1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        GC       24
                                              90144   19    3        J Mooney          8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        LH       2
                                              90451   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         GC       2
                                              90452   32    3        D Cusano      Log On 8/27; Continue Online; CLL students only
                                                      33    3        D Cusano      Log On 8/27; Continue Online; CLL students only
ENG107 Composition II                         90161   01    3        N Hoffman        11:35 12:50 PM        WF        GC       10
                                              90162   02    3        S Linkins         8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        GC       8
                                              90453   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       R         GC       21
ENG122 Introduction to Literature             90167   01    3        N Hoffman         1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        GC       10
                                              90169   02    3        R Duffy          10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH       221
                                              90170   03    3        M Gallagher       1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        GC       20
                                              90454   31    3        K McIlroy         8:30 - 12:30 PM      S         GC       5
                                                                                   Meets 9/8, 22; 10/6, 20; 11/3, 17; 12/1; CLL students only
                                              90455   32    3        * Staff          6:00 - 10:00 PM       W         GC       2
                                                                                   Meets 9/5, 12, 19, 26; 10/3, 10, 17; CLL students only
                                              90457   33    3        S Esch            7:15 - 8:15 PM       W         LH      117
                                                                                   Orientation 8/29; Balance On-line; CLL students only
ENG125 Introduction to Drama                  90174   01    3        M Kisthardt      11:35 12:50 PM        TR        GC       2
ENG126 Introduction to Poetry                 90175   01    3        S Linkins        10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       20
ENG132 Themes in Literature                   90176   01    3        J Mooney         10:10 11:25 AM        WF        GC       22
                                              90178   03    3        J Mooney          2:25 - 3:40 PM       WF        GC       23




                                                                26
                                      FALL 2007               COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                    CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time             Days BLDG Room Fee
                                        ENGLISH/COMMUNICATION (continued)
ENG132 Themes in Literature (continued)         90460   31    3        J Mooney          7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         GC       2
ENG150 ST: Writing Center Theory                90198   01    1        M Kisthardt      1:00 - 2:15 PM         T        LH         100
                                                                                     Meets 9/18, 25; 10/2, 9, 16, 23; Cross listed with COM 270

ENG150 ST: Guided Readings in Irish Studies     90465   31    3    Sr M Kealy        Meets 9/6, 7pm; Balance TBA        GC       27
ENG150 ST: Irish Nobel Laureates                90466   32    1    Sr M Kealy           6:30 - 9:30 PM        R         GC       27
                                                                                     Meets 10/4, 11, 18, 25
ENG150 ST: Grammar Rev Not-So-Dummies           90472   33    1        E Mullahy     9:00 -    3:00 PM         S        GC     1
                                                                                     Meets 11/3, 10; Cross listed with COM 270
ENG150 ST: Information Research Methods         90825   34    1        C Howe        Registered students Log in 9/10; Continue online
                                                                                     Course ends 10/12
ENG150 ST: Contemporary American                90922   35    1        S Flannery        6:30 - 9:30 PM       M         GC       22
            Short Stories                                              Meets 9/10, 17, 24; 10/1
ENG150 ST: John Updike                          90923   36    1        S Flannery        6:30 - 9:30 PM       M         GC       22
                                                                                     Meets 10/8, 22; 11/5, 19

ENG260 Literary Analysis & Research             90180   01    3    Sr E Glanz            1:00 - 3:30 PM       T         GC       20
ENG262 20th Century British Authors             90473   31    3        S Flannery        7:15 - 9:45 PM       R         GC       23
ENG263 Modern Drama                             90181   01    3    Sr M McEntee          1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        GC       28
ENG299 Advanced Composition                     90474   31    3        * Staff           7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         GC       7
ENG344 Restoration & 18th Century Literature    90182   01    3    Sr M Kealy           10:10 11:25 AM        MW        GC       7
ENG348 Victorian Literature                     90475   31    3    Sr E Glanz            7:15 - 9:45 PM       W         GC       7

ENG353 Major American Writers III               90476   31    3        J Mooney          7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         GC       26


                                            FASHION, FOODS AND NUTRITION
FCS219 Personal & Family Resource Mgmt          90404   31    3    Sr M Kunberger    6:00 - 7:00 PM       M        LH            3
                                                                                 Orientation 8/27; Balance On-line
FCS301 Human Development                        90233   01    3        L Frank           1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        NH       309
FCS323 Hist &Phil Family & Consumer Sci Ed      90405   31    3        J Berry           4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         NH       306
FMD101 Apparel Construction & Design            90234   01    3    Sr D Mollica        10:10 12:15 PM        MW         NH       305
                                                                                     FCSE majors have priority
                                                90235   02    3    Sr D Mollica         10:10 12:15 PM        TR        NH       305
FMD126 Introduction to Fashion Marketing        90236   01    3        L McKinney        2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW        NH       309
                                                90237   02    3        L McKinney       11:35 12:50 PM        TR        NH       309
FMD309 Textiles                                 90406   31    3        L McKinney        4:30 - 7:00 PM       R         NH       309
FMD328 Buying Principles & Practices            90238   01    3        L McKinney       10:10 11:25 AM        MW        NH       309
FNU109 Fundamentals of Food & Its Prep          90239   01    3        P Thibault      10:10 11:25 AM          MF       NH       306
                                                                                     Must also register for a Lab Section A01 or A02
                                                90241   A01   0        P Thibault      11:35 12:50 PM          M         NH      306
                                                                                     Must also register for Lecture Section 01
                                                90242   A02   0        P Thibault      11:35 12:50 PM          F         NH      306
                                                                                     Must also register for Lecture Section 01
FNU208 Normal Nutrition                         90407   31    3        R Subach          6:00 - 7:00 PM       W       LH         3
                                                                                     Orientation 8/29; Balance Online
                                                90408   32    3        R Subach          7:15 - 8:15 PM       W       LH         3
                                                                                     Orientation 8/29; Balance Online
FNU212 Culture/Diversity in Foods & Nutrition   90409   31    3    Sr D Mollica          7:15 - 9:45 PM       W         NH       306
FNU305 Nutrition                                90410   31    3        * Staff           4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         NH       310

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                                     FALL 2007             COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                    Time          Days BLDG Room Fee
                                     FASHION, FOODS AND NUTRITION (continued)
FNU320 Community Nutrition                    90411   31   3        P Thibault      7:15 - 9:45 PM       T        NH       310
FNU325 Medical Nutrition Therapy              90243   01   3        E Gasho         11:35 12:50 PM       TR       NH       306
FNU357 Foodservice Operations                 90412   31   3        P Thibault      4:30 - 7:00 PM       R        NH       310
FNU359 Experience in Foodservice Operations   90413   31   1        P Thibault      7:15 - 8:15 PM       R        NH       310        50

                                     FOREIGN LANGUAGES AND LITERATURES
ARA101 Elementary Arabic I                    90415   31   3        * Staff         4:30 - 7:00 PM       W        GC       7

ARA201 Advanced Intermediate Arabic I         90974   31   3        * Staff         4:30 - 7:00 PM       R        GC       7
CCS300 Crossing Borders:                      90470   31   3        M Alvarino Registered students log on 8/27; Online course
       Hispanic Women's Image in US                                            conducted In English; Cross listed with SPAN 300

CCS340 Cross Cultural Communication           90545   01   3        A Craig         10:10 11:25 AM       TR       GC       28
FREN101 Elementary French I                   90076   01   3    Sr M Bruno          1:00 - 1:50 PM       MWF      GC       23
                                              90077   02   3        L Perthes       11:35 12:25 PM       MWF      GC       26
                                              90418   31   3        N Smith         7:15 - 9:45 PM       W        GC       21
FREN103 Intermediate French I                 90084   01   3        L Perthes       1:00 - 1:50 PM       MWF      GC       22
FREN201 Adv Intermediate French I             90086   01   3        K Clark         1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW       GC       26
FREN309 French Phonetics & Conversation       90443   31   3        K Clark         7:15 - 9:45 PM       W        GC       25
FREN327 Literary Thought & Expression I       90087   01   3    Sr M Bruno          10:10 11:25 AM       MW       GC       24
FREN331 Culture & Readings: Prehist-Rev       90444   31   3        K Clark         6:30 - 9:00 PM       M        GC       27
FREN336 La Francophonie                       90088   01   3        D Regan         2:25 - 4:55 PM       T        GC       24
IRL101 Elementary Irish Language I            90448   31   3        C Carew         7:15 - 9:45 PM       M        GC       21
ITA101 Elementary Italian I                   90463   31   3        M Napier        7:15 - 9:45 PM       M        GC
                                              91070   32   3        *Staff          7:15 - 9:45 PM       W        GC
ITA103 Intermediate Italian I                 90097   01   3        Staff           10:10 11:25 AM       MWF      GC       27
SPAN101 Elementary Spanish I                  90098   01   3        J R Turse       11:35 12:25 PM       MWF      LH       217
                                              90099   02   3        Staff           2:25 - 3:15 PM       MWF      GC       21
                                              90100   03   3        Staff           1:00 - 1:50 PM       MWF      LH       120
                                              90101   04   3        J R Turse       10:10 11:00 AM       MWF      LH       314
                                              90464   31   3        * Staff         7:15 - 9:45 PM       T        GC       23
SPAN103 Intermediate Spanish I                90102   01   3        G Wolstenholme 1:00 - 1:50 PM        MWF      LH       220
                                              90103   02   3        J McDowell      8:45 - 9:35 AM       MWF      GC       21
                                              90104   03   3        G Wolstenholme11:35 12:25 PM         MWF      GC       21
                                              90105   04   3        J McDowell      10:10 11:00 AM       MWF      GC       26
SPAN150 Spanish for Medical Personnel         90467   31   3        * Staff         6:00 - 10:00 PM      T        GC       28
                                                                                 Meets 9/4, 11, 18, 25; 10/2, 9, 16; BSN/AHSN majors only

SPAN201 Adv Intermediate Spanish I            90110   01   3        A Tarrago       1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW       GC       21
                                              90111   02   3        A Tarrago       10:10 11:25 AM       WF       GC       23

                                              91078   03   3        I Rolon-Barada 1:00 - 2:15 PM        MW       LH       314
SPAN300 Crossing Borders:                     90471   31   3        M Alvarino Registered students log on 8/27; Online course conducted
        Hispanic Women's Image in US                                           In Spanish; Cross listed with CCS 300

SPAN303 Advanced Composition                  90468   31   3        I Rolon-Barada 4:30 - 7:00 PM        M        GC       21
SPAN315 Spanish Literature I                  90469   31   3        I Rolon-Barada 4:30 - 7:00 PM        W        GC       21
SPAN333 Advanced Conversation                 90112   01   3        A Tarrago       2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW       GC       22
                                              91069   02   3        I Rolon-Barada 2:25 - 3:40 PM        MW       GC       22


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                                    FALL 2007                COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                   CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                     Time           Days BLDG Room Fee

                                 HISTORY/POLITICS/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES
HIST115 World Civilization I                   90106   01    3        T Jones          8:45 - 10:00 AM     MW        LH       123
                                               90107   02    3        A Nardini        10:10 11:25 AM      TR        LH       123
                                               90108   03    3        W Watson         10:10 11:25 AM      MW        GC       3
                                               90109   04    3        T Jones          10:10 11:25 AM      WF        LH       123
                                               90113   05    3        A Nardini        11:35 12:50 PM      TR        LH       123
                                               90114   06    3        J Hill           11:35 12:50 PM      WF        GC       3
                                               90115   07    3        K Mullin         2:25 - 3:40 PM      MW        LH       123
                                               90116   08    3        S Trembanis      1:00 - 2:15 PM      WF        LH       123
                                               90117   09    3        S Trembanis      8:45 - 10:00 AM     TR        LH       123
                                               90118   10    3        K Mullin         11:35 12:50 PM      TR        LH       121
                                               90119   11    3        W Watson         11:35 12:50 PM      MW        GC       4
                                               90131   12    3        K Mullin         11:35 12:50 PM      MW        LH       123
                                               90477   31    3        J Short          7:15 - 9:45 PM      T         GC       7
                                               90478   32    3        P Clementi       6:00 - 7:00 PM       M         LH      117
                                                                                   Orientation 8/27/07; Balance On-line
HIST116 World Civilization II                  90479   31    3        P Clementi       7:15 - 8:15 PM       M         LH      117
                                                                                   Orientation 8/27/07; Balance On-line
                                               90480   32    3        J Short          6:00 - 7:00 PM       T         LH      117
                                                                                   Orientation 8/28/07; Balance On-line
HIST200 ST: History of Ireland                 90146   01    3        J Ahtes          1:00 - 2:15 PM      MW        GC       7
HIST200 ST: History of 19th Century Europe     90689   02    3        J Hill       Registered Students Log on 8/27; Continue Online
HIST200 ST: Pius XII and The Holocaust         90481   31    1        J Ahtes         9:00 - 3:00 PM       S         GC       7
                                                                                   Meets: 9/22, 29
HIST200 ST: World Cultures                     90482   32    1        J Short         9:00 - 4:00 PM       S         GC       7
                                                                                   Meets: 10/6, 13
                                               90485   35    1        J Short          7:15 - 8:15 PM       T         LH       117
                                                                                   Orientation: 8/28; Balance On-line; Course ends 9/28
HIST200 ST: Duffy's Cut                        90483   33    1        W Watson         6:00 - 10:00 PM     F         LH       18
                                                                                      9:00 - 4:00 PM       S         LH       18
                                                                                   Meets: 11/2, 3
HIST200 ST: Investigative Procedures           90484   34    1        C Wallace        6:00 - 10:00 PM     F         GC       7
                                                                      C Wallace       9:00 - 4:00 PM         S       GC       7
                                                                                   Meets: 11/9, 10; Cross listed w/SOC 200

HIST200 ST: History PA Prisons & Punishments   91033   36    1        J Anthony        6:00 - 10:00 PM     F         GC       1
                                                                                       9:00 - 1:00 PM      S         Field Trip
                                                                                    10:00 - 2:00 PM         U         GC          1
                                                                                   Meets: 10/19, 10/20 Field Trip, 10/21


HIST216 Women's History                        90147   01    3        S Trembanis      11:35 12:50 PM      WF        GC       7
HIST234 Revolutionary Europe                   90145   01    3        J Hill           1:00 - 3:15 PM      T         GC       7
HIST311 American Studies I                     90149   01    3        S Trembanis      8:45 - 10:00 AM     WF        GC       5
HIST342 Foundations of Latin America           90150   01    3        J Ahtes          10:10 11:25 AM      TR        GC       9
HIST415 IS: Senior Seminar                     90552   IS1   3        W Watson      Independent study approval required
HIST417 IS:Intl Scholar Laureate:China         90553   IS1   3        W Watson                                       TBD
MES307 The Arab Encounter                      90155   01    3        W Watson         11:35 12:50 PM      TR        GC       9




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                                        FALL 2007          COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                 CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                 Time Days            BLDG Room Fee
                          HISTORY/POLITICS/INTERNATIONAL STUDIES (continued)
POL201 Government in the U.S.                90152   01    3        E Halus          10:10 11:25 AM       MW       GC        9
                                             90153   02    3        E Halus          10:10 11:25 AM       TR       GC        2
POL201 IS:Government in the U.S.             90690   IS1   3        E Halus       Independent Study Approval Required
POL210 Criminal Justice Investigation        90487   31    3        T Pitt           4:30 - 7:00 PM       T        GC        7
POL216 Reels of Change                       90488   31    3        J Hill           7:15 - 9:45 PM       T        GC        21
POL223 Urban Am & R Catholic Church          90151   01    3        E Halus          2:25 - 3:40 PM        MW     GC       3
                                                                                  Service Learning Component; Field Work required;
                                                                                  Cross listed with THE 223

POL311 Parties and Interest Groups           90154   01    3        E Halus          1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW       GC        9



                                                           HONORS
BIOL191 HON: Prob in Environ Bio I           90020   01    3        C Pratt          8:45 - 9:35 AM         MW       LH      212
                                                                                  Must register for Lab Section A01; 3.5 GPA required
BIOL191 HON: Prob in Environ Bio I           90021   A01   0        C Pratt         10:10 - 11:50 AM        W         LH      210
                                                                                  Must register for Lecture Section 01
ENG113 HON: English I                        90164   01    3    Sr M McEntee         11:35 12:50 PM       TR       GC        21
                                                                                  3.5 GPA required
                                             90166   02    3    Sr M McEntee         10:10 11:25 AM       MW       GC        21
                                                                                  3.5 GPA required
ENG216 HON: World Literature                 90179   01    3        J Mooney         11:35 12:50 PM       TR       GC        10
                                                                                  3.5 GPA required
HIST113 HON: History I                       90136   01    3        J Hill            2:25 - 3:40 PM      WF       GC        6
                                                                                  3.5 GPA required
PHI314 HON: Asian Thought                    90229   01    3        S Theodorou 11:35 12:50 PM            TR       LH        118
                                                                               3.5 GPA required


                                           HEALTH SCIENCE AND SERVICES
AHS100 Observations Allied Health I          90378   01    1        E Anderson
AHS200 Observations Allied Health II         90379   01    1        E Anderson                                     TBD
HCM201 Medical Terminology                   90380   01    1        * Staff          1:00 - 2:00 PM       MW       LH        116
HCM341 Health Policy and Law                 90376   01    3        E Anderson       1:00 - 3:50 PM       T        LH        221


                                        INTERDISCIPLINARY (CUS Freshmen Only)

FYE100 First Year Experience                 90341   01    1    Sr S Cronin          1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD
                                                                                     11:35 - 12:25 PM     F        LH        123
                                             90346   02    1    Sr C Couchara        1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD
                                                                                     10:10 - 11:00 AM     T        LH        121
                                             90349   03    1    Sr J Parsons         1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD
                                                                                     4:30 - 5:20 PM       W        LH        120
                                             90350   04    1        S Pugliese       1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD
                                                                                     1:00 - 1:50 PM       T        LH        121
                                             90351   05    1        P Rondinaro      1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD
                                                                                     10:10 11:00 AM       W        LH        224
                                             90352   06    1        K Brumbaugh      2:25 - 3:15 PM       M        LH        224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R        AH        AUD


                                                               30
                                          FALL 2007        COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                 CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                INTERDISCIPLINARY (CUS Freshmen Only) continued
FYE100 First Year Experience (cont’d)        90353   07    1        E Ebersole       8:45 - 9:35 AM       T         LH       224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90355   08    1        M Boland         1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                                                                     1:00 - 1:50 PM       F         LH       224
                                             90356   09    1        M Cuddy-         1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                                                    Casey           11:35 - 12:25 PM      M         LH       224
                                             90357   10    1    Sr P Jameson         1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD

                                                                                     11:35 12:25 PM       R         LH       224
                                             90358   11    1        B Gallagher      1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                                                                     2:25 - 3:15 PM       W         LH       224
                                             90360   12    1        V Vogel          10:10 11:00 AM       F         LH       224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90361   13    1    Sr J Carter          8:45 - 9:35 AM       W         LH       224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90363   14    1        J Rollison       4:30 - 5:20 PM       M         LH       120
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90364   15    1    Sr C Nally           11:35 12:25 PM       W         LH       224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90365   16    1        * Staff          1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                                                                     1:00 - 1:50 PM       W         LH       224
                                             90366   17    1        S Apanel         1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                                                                     8:45 - 9:35 AM       R         LH       224
                                             90367   18    1        M Imperato       4:30 - 5:20 PM       T         LH       102
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
                                             90368   19    1        V Martin         1:00 - 1:50 PM       M         LH       224
                                                                                     1:30 - 2:20 PM       R         AH       AUD
FYE200 Strats for Academic Success           90871   01    0        D Brennan        1:00 - 1:50 PM       T         GC       2
FYE200 Strats for Academic Success           90872   02    0        T Scholvin       2:15 - 3:05 PM       T         GC       2
                                             90873   03    0        T Rooney         6:00 - 6:50 PM       M         LH       218
SCI122 Earth & Space Science                 90425   31    3        J Atkins         4:30 - 7:00 PM         T        LH       206
                                                                                  Labs: 8/28; 10/2; 11/6; 12/4; Balance On-line


                                   MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER SCIENCE/PHYSICS
CIS105 3D Computing                          90156   01    3        M E Jones        2:25 - 3:15 PM       MW        LH       3
CIS201 Computer Literacy I                   90157   01    3        V Martin         1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        LH       3
                                             90495   31    3        * Staff          7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         LH       3
CIS214 Multimedia: Concepts & Design         90158   01    3        V Martin         1:00 - 3:45 PM       T         LH       3
CIS230 Internet Use and Web Design           90496   31    3        R Kralevich      4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         LH       3
CIS320 Systems Analysis                      90159   01    1        V Martin         10:10 11:25 AM       MW        LH       104
CIS322 System Design                         90160   01    2        V Martin         10:10 11:25 AM       MW        LH       104
CIS324 Instructional System Design           90163   01    2        V Martin         10:10 11:25 AM       MW        LH       104
CIS401 IS: Professional I.T. Internship      90652   IS1   3        V Martin      Independent Study approval required
CIS409 Math/Computer Directed Reading        90548   01    3        M E Jones        10:10 11:25 AM       TR        LH       100
                                                                                  Cross listed with MATH 409

                                                               31
                                        FALL 2007        COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                               CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                     Time            Days BLDG Room Fee
                          MATHEMATICS/COMPUTER SCIENCE/PHYSICS (continued)
MATH090 Math Competency Exam               90199   01    0         J Koeppe       1:00 - 2:00 PM       R      LH       117
                                                                               Exam date: 10/04; Designated CUS majors only

                                           90200   02    0         J Koeppe       1:00 - 2:00 PM       R      LH       117
                                                                               Exam date: 10/11; Designated CUS majors only
MATH101 Basic College Mathematics          90165   01    3         R Swift         8:45 - 9:35 AM       MWF       LH       120
                                           90168   02    3         J Koeppe       11:35 12:25 PM        MWF       LH       120
                                           90171   03    3         M R Jones      10:10 11:00 AM        MWF       LH       120
                                           90172   04    3         J Koeppe        8:45 - 9:35 AM       MWF       LH       116
                                           90173   05    3         L Meehan       11:35 12:25 PM        MWF       LH       121
MATH101 Basic College Mathematics          90506   31    3         R Swift         7:15 - 9:45 PM       M         LH       100
        (continued)                        90507   32    3         R Swift         7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         LH       120
MATH203 Intermediate Mathematics           90183   01    3         M R Jones       8:45 - 9:35 AM       MWF       LH       118
                                           90184   02    3         M E Jones      10:10 11:00 AM        MWF       LH       116
                                           90537   03    3         L Meehan       10:10 11:00 AM        MWF       LH       102
                                           90186   04    3         L Meehan        1:00 - 1:50 PM       MWF       LH       102
                                           90508   31    3         K Behr-Dopkin 7:15 - 9:45 PM         T         LH       217
                                           90202   RA1   3         E Jackson     11:30 12:30 PM     MWF           OFF      OFF
                                                                               Renaissance Academy only
MATH207 Introductory Analysis              90187   01    3     Sr R DeFeo         11:35 12:50 PM        TR        LH       102
                                           91079   02    3         Staff          11:35 12:50 PM        TR        LH       120
MATH216 Fundamentals of Discrete Math      90514   31    3     Sr R DeFeo          4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         LH       120
MATH217 Math Concepts for Managers         90518   31    3     Sr M Cooper     Registered Students Log on 10/1; Course is fully
                                                                               Online and ends 11/16; Accel Students Only
MATH301 Calculus I                         90188   01    3         M E Jones       1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        LH       100
                                           90203   RA1   3         E Jackson     12:40 1:40 PM      MWF           OFF      OFF
                                                                               Renaissance Academy only
MATH304 Calculus III                       90189   01    3     Sr M Cooper        11:35 12:50 PM        MW        LH       102
MATH307 Probability and Statistics         90190   01    3         J Koeppe       10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH       218
MATH314 Real Analysis I                    90191   01    3         M R Jones       11:35 12:50 PM       TR        LH       100
                                                                               Instructor: M R Jones
MATH408 Research Fundamentals              90192   IS1   1         M Jones         1:00 - 1:50 PM     M         LH         100
                                                                               Independent study approval required
MATH409 Math/Computer Directed Reading     90194   01    3         M E Jones      10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH       100
                                                                               Cross Listed with CIS 409
PHY203 Physics                             90204   01    4     Sr M Cooper        1:00 - 2:15 PM         WF       LH       104
                                                                               Must also register for Lab Section A01
                                           90207   A01   0     Sr M Cooper        2:25 - 4:05 PM         M         LH      104
                                                                               Must also register for Lecture Section 01

                                                             MUSIC

MTR100 Orientation to Music Therapy        90266   01    1         B Abrams        3:50 - 4:40 PM       T         GC       28
MTR200 Music Therapy Foundations           90267   01    3         A Meadows       1:00 - 3:40 PM       F         GC       30
MTR202 Music Therapy Principles II         90538   31    3         B Abrams        6:15 - 8:45 PM       M         TBD
MTR300 Music Therapy Practicum             90539   31    1         A Meadows                                      TBD             75
MTR400 Music Therapy Internship            90540   31    2         A Meadows                                                      75
MUSC090 Music Convocation                  90268   01    0         V Vallo         4:00 - 4:50 PM       W         VM       MEMH

                                                              32
                                        FALL 2007           COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                   CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                       Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                       MUSIC (continued)
MUSC101 Music Appreciation                     90269   01   3         V Vallo            4:30 - 5:30 PM       T         GC   30
                                                                                     Orientation: 8/28; Balance On-line
MUSC103 Functional Skills: Voice               90270   01   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC103 Functional Skills: Keyboard            90271   02   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC103 Functional Skills: Guitar              90272   03   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC107 Brass Methods                          90273   01   1         V Vallo           2:25 - 3:15 PM       W        VM     MEMH
MUSC130 Music Theory I                         90274   01   2     Sr R Foy              11:35 12:50 PM      TR       GC      28
                                                                                     Co-requisite: MUSC 131 Section 01
                                               90275   02   2         W Carr            11:35 12:50 PM     TR       GC       30
                                                                                     Co-requsite: MUSC 131 Section 02
MUSC131 Aural Skills I                         90276   01   2     Sr K Doutt            11:35 12:25 PM     MWF      GC       28
                                                                                     Co-requsite: MUSC 130 Section 01
                                               90277   02   2         V Iannone         11:35 12:25 PM       MWF      GC     30
                                                                                     Co-requsite: MUSC 130 Section 02
MUSC134 Piano Lab for Non-Music Majors         90874   01   1         J Gottschall      1:00 - 1:50 PM       M        GC     29
MUSC135 Piano Laboratory I                     90282   01   1         J Gottschall      2:25 - 3:15 PM       T        GC     29
                                               90283   02   1         S Campitelli      2:25 - 3:15 PM       F        GC     29
                                               90284   03   1         J Gottschall      2:25 - 3:15 PM       M        GC     29
MUSC180 Chorale                                90288   01   0 OR .5   R Gordon          5:30 - 7:00 PM       T        VM     MUSH
MUSC181 Madrigal Singers                       90289   01   .5        R Gordon          6:05 - 7:15 PM       W        VM     MUSH
MUSC183 Piano Ensemble                         90292   01   .5        M Martin          12:00 1:00 PM        F        VM     MEMH
MUSC184 Men's Glee Club                        90293   01   .5        R Gordon          7:20 - 8:10 PM       W        VM     MUSH
MUSC185 Symphony Orchestra                     90294   01   0 OR .5   * Staff           7:00 - 9:30 PM       R        AH     AUD
MUSC186 String Ensemble                        90295   01   .5        C dePasquale      3:30 - 4:30 PM       T        VM     MEMH
MUSC188 Wind Symphony                          90296   01   0 OR .5   V Vallo           5:00 - 6:00 PM       MW       VM     MEMH
MUSC189 Saxophone Ensemble                     90299   01   .5        J O'Mara          3:30 - 4:25 PM       R        VM     MEMH
MUSC190 Flute Choir                            90301   01   .5        P Nelson          4:00 - 4:55 PM       M        VM     209
MUSC191 Brass Ensemble                         90321   01   .5        V Vallo           1:05 - 2:05 PM       F        VM     MEMH
MUSC192 Guitar Ensemble                        90291   01   .5        J Dragonetti      1:00 - 2:00 PM       F        VM     209
MUSC193 Percussion Ensemble                    90322   01   .5        R Sorrentino      2:25 - 3:25 PM       M        VM     MEMH
MUSC194 Jazz Ensemble                          90323   01   .5        J O'Mara          6:20 - 7:30 PM       R        VM     MEMH
MUSC195 Liturgical Music Ensemble              90324   01   .5    Sr R Foy              7:15 - 8:10 PM       T        VM     CHAPEL
MUSC200 ST: The Sound of Color                 91034   31   1         J Reilly          10:00 -4:00 PM       S, SU    GC     28
                                                                                     Meets 9/29, 30
MUSC200 ST: Freeing The Natural Voice          91035   32   1         L Miller          10:00 -4:00 PM       S, SU    VM     MEMH
                                                                                     Meets 10/20, 21
MUSC200 ST: Dance, Expressive Movement,        91036   33   1         J Matteson        10:00 -4:00 PM       S, SU    VM     MEMH
           and Meditation                                                            Meets 11/10, 11
MUSC203 Applied Music Elective: Voice          90325   01   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC203 Applied Music Elective: Keyboard       90327   02   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC203 Applied Music Elective: Instrumental   90328   03   1         W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD             310
MUSC203 Applied Music Elective:V/K/I           90329   04   1         W Carr         60 minute lesson                 TBD             600
MUSC207 String Methods                         90492   31   1         C dePasquale      4:35 - 5:25 PM       T        VM     MEMH
MUSC230 Music Theory III                       90330   01   2     Sr R Foy               8:45 - 10:00 AM    MW       GC      28
                                                                                     Co-requisite MUSC 231 Section 01
MUSC230 Music Theory III                       90331   02   2     W Carr                1:00 - 2:15 PM     MW        GC      30
                                                                                     Co-requisite MUSC 231 Section 02
                                                                 33
                                         FALL 2007         COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time          Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                      MUSIC (continued)
MUSC231 Aural Skills III                      90332   01   2    Sr K Doutt            10:10 11:00 AM      MWF       GC    28
                                                                                   Co-requisite MUSC 230 sect 01
                                              90333   02   2        V Iannone         10:10 11:00 AM      MWF       GC    30
                                                                                   Co-requisite MUSC 230 sect 02
MUSC235 Piano Laboratory III                  90334   01   1        W Carr             1:00 - 1:50 PM      T        GC    29
                                              90335   02   1        S Campitelli       2:25 - 3:15 PM      W        GC    29
                                              90336   03   1        W Carr            11:35 12:25 PM       F        GC    29
MUSC247 Music Sequencing & Recording I        90338   01   1        M Goldfarb        11:35 12:25 PM       F        VM    ST-B
MUSC303 Applied Music Minor: Voice            90342   01   1        W Carr         30 minute lesson                              310
MUSC303 Applied Music Minor: Keyboard         90343   02   1        W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD          310
MUSC303 Applied Music Minor: Instrumental     90344   03   1        W Carr         30 minute lesson                 TBD          310
MUSC303 Applied Music Minor: V/K/I            90345   04   1        W Carr         60 minute lesson                              600
MUSC313 Prof Orient in Music Education        90347   01   1    Sr K Doutt             2:25 - 3:15 PM      M        GC    28
MUSC315 Music in the Secondary School         90493   31   2        V Vallo            4:30 - 6:15 PM      R        GC    20
MUSC317 Basic Conducting                      90354   01   2        V Vallo           10:10 11:00 AM       MW       GC    29
MUSC342 Music History II:Classic & Romantic   90362   01   3    Sr K Doutt             8:45 - 10:00 AM     WF       GC    20
MUSC391 Music for Exceptional Learners        90494   31   3        * Staff            7:15 - 9:45 PM      W        GC    30
MUSC403 Applied Music Major: Voice            90369   01   1        W Carr         60 minute lesson                 TBD          600
MUSC403 Applied Music Major: Keyboard         90371   02   1        W Carr         60 minute lesson                 TBD          600
MUSC403 Applied Music Major: Instrumental     90373   03   1        W Carr         60 minute lesson                 TBD          600
MUSC403 Applied Music Major: V/K/I            90374   04   1        W Carr         45 minute lesson                 TBD          460
MUSC403 Applied Music Double Major            90565   05   1        W Carr                                          TBD          460

                                                           NURSING
NUR420 School Health Theory&Practice          90541   31   3        P Menger           5:00 - 7:30 PM      W        LH    218



                                     PHYSICAL EDUCATION/EXERCISE SCIENCE
EXS101 Personal Fitness and Wellness          90201   01   2        * Staff            8:45 - 9:35 AM      MW        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90205   02   2        * Staff           10:10 11:00 AM       MW        LH   100
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90206   03   2        * Staff           10:10 11:00 AM       TR        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90208   04   2        * Staff           11:35 12:25 PM       TR        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90209   05   2        * Staff           11:35 12:25 PM       WF        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90210   06   2        * Staff            1:00 - 1:50 PM      WF        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90211   07   2        * Staff            2:25 - 3:15 PM      WF        AH   10
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90212   08   2        * Staff           10:10 11:00 AM       WF        LH   121
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only
                                              90213   09   2        * Staff            1:00 - 1:50 PM      MW        LH   121
                                                                                   College of Undergrad Studies only


                                                               34
                                        FALL 2007        COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                               CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                      Time            Days BLDG Room Fee
                               PHYSICAL EDUCATION/EXERCISE SCIENCE (continued)
EXS101 Personal Fitness and Wellness       90214   10    2        * Staff          10:10 11:00 AM       TR        LH       102
       (continued)                                                              College of Undergrad Studies only
EXS200 ST: Self-Defense in Modern Soc      90535   31    1        K Jackson        7:15 - 9:45 PM         M        TBD
                                                                                Meets 9/17, 24; 10/1, 8, 15
EXS201 Intro to Exercise Sci&Fitness       90218   01    3        K Stalker        10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH      220
EXS301 Prevent&Care Athletic Injuries      90216   01    3        K Stalker        11:35 12:25 PM        MWF       LH      116
EXS304 Exercise Assessment & Program       90219   01    3        K Stalker         1:00 - 3:40 PM       T         LH      220
EXS306 Sports Facility & Event Mgmt        90221   01    3        B Gallagher      11:35 12:50 PM        TR        LH      220
EXS308 Exercise Program Management         90224   01    3        K Stalker         8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        LH      220
EXS310 Practicum                           90226   01    3        B Gallagher Exercise majors only                 TBD
PED203 Tennis                              90279   01    1        * Staff           1:00 - 2:15 PM       F         AH      0
PED220 Team Sports                         90280   01    1        * Staff           1:00 - 1:50 PM       W         AH      0
PED221 Principles of Coaching              90230   01    1        P Canterino      10:10 11:00 AM        W         AH      10
PED222 Yoga                                90286   01    1        L Rand            2:25 - 3:15 PM       W         AH      0
PED223 Fitness through Martial Arts        90228   01    1        L Frank           4:00 - 5:00 PM       W         AH      0
PED225 Water Aerobics                      90285   01    1        G Barr            4:00 - 5:00 PM       T         AH      POOL
PED227 Triathalon Training                 90281   01    1        G Barr            2:25 - 3:40 PM       T         AH      POOL
PED228 Basketball                          90231   01    1        * Staff           8:45 - 9:35 AM       T         AH      0
PED229 Irish Dancing                       90533   01    1        C Carew           5:00 - 6:00 PM       M         AH      0
PED304 Aerobic Dance                       90287   01    1        B Gallagher       1:00 - 1:50 PM       T         AH      SM GYM
PED402 Swimming                            90278   01    1        G Barr            1:00 - 2:15 PM       T         AH      POOL


                                                        PHILOSOPHY
PHI100 Intro to the Liberal Arts           90489   31    3        G Matwijec       6:00 - 10:00 PM        W         LH     121
                                                                                Meets 8/29; 9/5, 12, 19, 26; 10/3, 10
PHI101 Introduction to Philosophy          90215   01    3    Sr J Parsons          8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        LH      118
PHI201 Stein and Phenomenology             90490   31    1    Sr J Parsons         5:30 - 8:30 PM         T         LH       100
                                                                                Meets 8/28; 9/4, 11, 18; Cross listed with THE 200
PHI202 Stein's Psychophysical Person       90491   31    1    Sr J Parsons         5:30 - 8:30 PM         T         LH       100
                                                                                Meets 9/25; 10/2, 9, 16; Cross listed with THE 200
PHI203 Stein's Essays on Women             90497   31    1    Sr J Parsons         5:30 - 8:30 PM        T         LH        100
                                                                                Meets 10/23, 30; 11/6, 13; Cross listed with THE 200
PHI209 Logic and Knowledge                 90217   01    3        J Healey         10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH      118
                                           90220   02    3        J Healey          1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        LH      118
                                           90498   31    3        J Healey          4:30 - 7:00 PM       W         LH      221
                                                   32    3        A Preti           6:00 - 10:00 PM      W         GC      1
                                                                                Meets 10/3, 10, 17, 24, 31; 11/7, 14
PHI309 Philosophy in History               90222   01    3        S Theodorou      11:35 12:50 PM        MW        LH      118
                                           90223   02    3    Sr J Parsons         10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH      116
PHI309 Philosophy in History               90499   31    3    S Theodorou           4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         LH      218
PHI324 Philosophy of Literature            90225   01    3        J Healey         10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH      118
PHI331 Philosophies of Middle East         90232   01    3        S Theodorou       2:25 - 3:50 PM       WF        LH      118




                                                             35
                                        FALL 2007        COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                               CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                       Time            Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                    PSYCHOLOGY
PSY101 Foundations in Psychology           90244   01    3        P Rondinaro        8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR         LH      333
                                           90245   02    3        G Comber           2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW         LH      212
                                           90246   03    3        M Cuddy-           8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR         LH      314
                                                                  Casey
                                           90247   04    3        M Cuddy-           1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF         LH      218
                                                                  Casey
                                           90248   05    3        R Campo           11:35 12:50 PM        MW         LH      216
                                           90500   31    3        K Brennan          7:15 - 9:45 PM       M          LH      316
PSY200 ST: Enhancing Your Potential        90501   31    1        N Bringhurst      9:00 - 2:30 PM        S          LH      218
                                                                                 Meets 9/8, 15
PSY200 ST: Psych Disorders in Film         90502   32    1        T Hill             5:00 - 9:00 PM       F          LH      218
                                                                                    9:00 - 4:00 PM        S          LH      218
                                                                                 Meets 10/26, 27
PSY200 ST: High Cost of Perfectionism      90503   33    1        P Rondinaro        5:00 - 9:00 PM       F          LH      218
                                                                                    9:00 - 4:00 PM        S          LH      218
                                                                                 Meets 11/16, 17
PSY208 Statistics                          90249   01    3    Sr A Hughes           10:10 - 11:25 AM      MW         LH      18
                                           90250   02    3        M Cuddy-Casey11:35 - 12:50 PM           TR         LH      2
                                           90504   31    3        G Comber           4:30 - 7:00 PM       T          LH      314
PSY311 Physiological Psychology            90251   01    3        G Comber          11:35 12:50 PM        TR         LH      333
PSY312 Theories of Personality             90252   01    3        M Cuddy-Casey 2:25 - 3:40 PM            MW         LH      333

PSY312 Theories of Personality             90505   31    3        R Campo            7:15 - 9:45 PM       R          LH      316
PSY313 Experimental Psychology I           90253   01    3        G Comber         10:10 11:00 AM          WF        LH       333
                                                                                 Must also register for a Lab section A01 or A02
                                           90254   A01   0        G Comber         11:05 12:45 PM          W         LH      333
                                                                                 Must also register for Lecture 01
                                           90255   A02   0        G Comber         11:05 12:45 PM          F         LH      333
                                                                                 Must also register for Lecture 01
PSY316 Preprofessional Internship          90256   01    3        D Kriebel         12:00 12:50 PM        F          LH      219
PSY317 Preprofessional Internship          90257   01    3        D Kriebel         12:00 12:50 PM        F          LH      219
PSY320 Abnormal Psychology                 90509   31    3        E Anderson         7:15 - 9:45 PM       W          LH      316
PSY324 Lifespan Development                90258   01    3        P Rondinaro        8:45 - 10:00 AM      WF         LH      221
                                           90259   02    3        D Kriebel          2:25 - 3:40 PM       WF         LH      221
                                           90510   31    3        L Costigan         4:30 - 7:00 PM       R          LH      316
                                           90511   32    3        W Dibiase      Registered Students Log On 8/27; Continue Online
                                                                                 CLL Students Only
                                           91066   33    3        W dibiase      Registered Students Log On 8/27; Continue Online
                                                                                 CLL Students Only
PSY343 Human Sexuality                     90260   01    3        J Kane             8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR         LH      221
PSY345 Group&Organizational Behavior       90261   01    3        R Lodge            2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW         LH      219
PSY356 ST: Cross Cultural Psychology       90262   01    3        D Kriebel          1:00 - 3:40 PM       T          LH      2
PSY357 Sport Psychology                    90263   01    3        P Rondinaro       11:35 12:50 PM        TR         LH      216
PSY418 History of Psychology               90264   01    3        D Kriebel         10:10 11:25 AM        TR         LH      330
                                           90265   02    3    Sr A Hughes            1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW         LH      330
                                           90512   31    3        G Comber           7:15 - 9:45 PM       T          LH      314



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                                        FALL 2007            COURSE SCHEDULE

Course Title                                  CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                        Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                            SOCIOLOGY

SOC200 ST: History PA Prisons & Punishments   90513   31     1        J Anthony          6:00 - 10:00 PM      F         GC       1
                                                                                         9:00 - 1:00 PM       S         Field Trip
                                                                                      10:00 - 2:00 PM         U         GC           1
                                                                                     Meets: 10/19, 10/20 Field Trip, 10/21
SOC200 ST: Stress Reduction                   90515   32     1        M Franco           6:00 - 10:00 PM      F         FC       LOUNGE
                                                                                        9:00 - 4:00 PM        S         FC       LOUNGE
                                                                                     Meets 11/2, 3
SOC200 ST: Investigative Procedures           90516   33     1        C Wallace          6:00 - 10:00 PM       F        GC           7
                                                                                        9:00 - 4:00 PM         S        GC      7
                                                                                     Meets 11/9, 10; Cross listed with HIST 200
SOC200 ST: Cybercrime                         91031   34     1        J Konieczny        6:00 - 10:00 PM       F        GC           1
                                                                                        9:00 - 4:00 PM        S         GC       1
                                                                                     Meets 10/5, 6
SOC202 Principles of Sociology                90290   01     3        D Clawar          10:10 11:25 AM        MW        GC       4
                                              90297   02     3        M Franco           8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        GC       5
                                              90298   03     3        M Franco          10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       21
                                              90300   BS1    3        D Clawar       Bishop Shanahan students only               OFF
SOC245 Social Values                          90302   01     3        S Fox              1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        GC       1
SOC306 Sociology of the Family                90517   31     3        Staff              6:00 - 8:30 PM       T         GL       MEDIA RM
SOC307 Criminology                            90309   01     3        F Hartleroad      10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       3
SOC314 Juvenile Delinquency                   90308   01     3        F Hartleroad      11:35 12:50 PM        TR        GC       1
SOC317 Intro to Criminal Justice              90312   01     3        J Anthony         10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       1
SOC328 Minority Groups                        90313   01     3        F Hartleroad      10:10 11:25 AM        MF        GC       1
SOC343 Field Practicum I                      90314   01     3        M Franco          11:35 12:50 PM       TR         GC       3
                                                                                     Cross listed with SWK343
SOC352 Seminar I: Methods                     90318   01     3        F Hartleroad      11:35 12:50 PM        MF        GC       1
SWK275 Sociology of Mental Disorders          90339   01     3        N Carpenter        8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        GC       1
SWK343 Field Practicum I                      90315   01     3        M Franco          11:35 12:50 PM       TR         GC       3
                                                                                     Cross listed with SOC 343


                                                            THEOLOGY
THE109 Introduction to Theology               90303   01     3    Sr M McDonald          8:45 - 10:00 AM      MW        GC       4

THE109 Introduction to Theology               90304   02     3    Sr M McDonald          2:25 - 3:40 PM       MW        GC       4
                                              90305   03     3    Sr M Henrich           8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        GC       21
                                              90306   04     3    Sr M Henrich           1:00 - 2:15 PM       WF        GC       3
THE110 Intro to Sacred Scripture              90526   31     3        D Diamond          4:30 - 7:00 PM       M         GC       20
THE200 ST: Healing the Culture;               90519   31     1    Sr J Galligan         9:00 - 3:00 PM       S          GC       8
          Reverence for Life                                                         Meets 9/15, 29; $5 packet sold in class
THE200 ST: Spirituality:The.com Generation    90520   32     1        P Mast            9:00 - 3:00 PM         S       GC         8
                                                                                     Meets 9/22; 10/6; Text in Bookstore; Bible required
THE200 ST: Francis: Mentor & Model            90521   33     1    Sr J Galligan         9:00 - 3:00 PM        S        GC        8
                                                                                     Meets 10/20; 11/3; Text in Bookstore
THE200 ST: Jean Vanier: Wounded Healer        90522   34     1        R Poce            9:00 - 3:00 PM        S        GC        8
                                                                                     Meets 10/27; 11/10; Text in Bookstore
THE200 ST: Stein and Phenomenology            90523   35     1    Sr J Parsons          5:30 - 8:30 PM         T         LH       100
                                                                                     Meets 8/28; 9/4, 11, 18; Cross listed with PHI 201
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                                          FALL 2007        COURSE SCHEDULE
Course Title                                 CRN# SEC Credit Faculty                     Time           Days BLDG Room Fee
                                                 THEOLOGY (continued)
THE200 ST: Stein's Psychophysical Person     90524   36    1    Sr J Parsons        5:30 - 8:30 PM         T         LH       100
                                                                                 Meets 9/25; 10/2, 9, 16; Cross listed with PHI 202
THE200 ST: Stein's Essay on Women            90525   37    1    Sr J Parsons        5:30 - 8:30 PM        T         LH        100
                                                                                 Meets 10/23, 30; 11/6, 13; Cross listed with PHI 203
THE200 ST: Pius XII and The Holocaust        91032   38    1        J Ahtes         9:00 - 4:00 PM        S         GC       7
                                                                                 Meets: 9/22, 29
THE206 Exploring God & Self in Prayer        90310   01    3    Sr M Henrich         1:00 - 3:30 PM       T         GC       3
THE217 Christian Marriage and Family         90530   31    3        W Donaghy        7:15 - 9:45 PM       T         LH       102
THE218 Introduction to Christian Ethics      90311   01    3        T Lent           8:45 - 10:00 AM      TR        LH       120
                                             90316   02    3        T Lent          10:10 11:25 AM        TR        LH       120
                                             90317   03    3        A Chavez        10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH       220
                                             90319   04    3        A Chavez        11:35 12:50 PM        MW        LH       220
                                             90527   31    3        J Matwijec       4:30 - 7:00 PM       T         GC       20
                                             90528   32    3        G Matwejic       6:00 - 7:00 PM       R         LH      117
                                                                                 Orientation 8/30; Balance Online; CLL Students Only
                                             91168   33    3        J Foley          7:15 - 8:15 PM       R         LH      117
                                                                                 Orientation 8/30; Balance Online; CLL Students Only
THE222 Catholic Belief and Practice          90326   01    3    Sr M Henrich        10:10 11:25 AM        MW        LH       212
THE223 Urban Am & R Catholic Church          90307   01    3        E Halus         2:25 - 3:40 PM        MW     GC       3
                                                                                 Service Learning Component; Field Work required;
                                                                                 Cross listed with POL 223


THE230 Forgiveness                           90337   01    3    Sr J Galligan        1:00 - 3:30 PM       T         GC       4
                                             90529   31    3    Sr J Galligan        4:30 - 7:00 PM       W         GC       6
THE302 C.S. Lewis: Mentor & Model            90340   01    3        C Tavani        10:10 11:25 AM        TR        GC       27
THE306 Sacraments: Church at Prayer          90348   01    3    Sr R Foy             1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        GC       4
THE311 Exploring the Gospels                 90359   01    3    Sr M McDonald       11:35 12:50 PM        MW        GC       6
THE312 The Heritage of St. Paul              90531   31    3        S O'Hara     Registered Students Long On 8/27; Fully Online
THE314 World Religions                       90370   01    3        J Ahtes         11:35 12:50 PM        TR        GC       7
THE317 Catholic Social Teaching              90532   31    3        D Pearse         7:15 - 9:45 PM       R         LH       102
THE321 Old Testament Themes                  90375   01    3    Sr J Galligan        8:45 - 10:00 AM      MW        GC       6
THE408 Contemporary Medical Ethics           90377   01    3        S Brett          1:00 - 2:15 PM       MW        LH       212
THE450 IS: Following Christ in Mission       90550   IS1   3    Sr M Henrich     Independent Study; Approval Required




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