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REGISTRATION CALENDAR

FOR CREDIT COURSES

DATE ACTIVITY

November 28, Tuesday Reserved Early Spring 2007 Registration for
Currently Enrolled Students

    (Health Profession Majors or 30 or more credits completed)

    Payment Due Date is January 2, 2007

November 28, Tuesday - Early Registration for Spring 2007 All Currently
Enrolled and Readmitted Students

 December 8, Friday (Matriculated and Non-matriculated) Payment Due Date
is January 2,2007

December 7, Thursday Early Registration for Spring 2007 New Matriculants
(Middletown Only)

    5:15pm-8:00pm Payment Due Date is January 2, 2007

December 8, Friday Early Registration for Spring 2007 New Non-
Matriculated Students

December 8, Friday - Early Registration Continues - All Students -
Payment Due Date is January 2

    December 15, Friday

December 18, Monday - Winter Recess Begins

 January 1, Monday Administrative Offices open 12/18 through 12/22 until
5 pm

    Advisors Available by Appointment

    College Closed 12/23/06 - 1/1/07

January 2, Tuesday College Administrative Offices Reopen

January 2, Tuesday Payment Deadline for Spring 2007

January 2, Tuesday - Registration Continues - All Students

 January 10, Wednesday Middletown and Newburgh (Payment Due Date of
Registration)

January 9, 11 New Student Orientation
 Tues., Thurs.

January 11, Thursday Last Registration Date Prior to Start of Spring 2007
Classes

January 15, Monday Martin Luther King Jr. Day - College Closed

January 16, Tuesday Spring 2007 Day & Evening Credit Classes Begin

January 16 - January 29 Late Registration and Drop/Add

 Tuesday-Monday Middletown & Newburgh

January 25, Thursday Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status First
Half-Semester Courses

January 29 - February 28 Apply for May Graduation/Records & Registration
(Middletown Only)

February 5, Monday Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status for
Semester-Long Courses;

 Last Day to Drop Semester-Long Courses Without a Grade of ‘W”

February 16, Friday Immunization Completion Deadline

February 15, Thursday Last Day for Student to Drop from First-Half
Semester Course With a Grade of “W”

February 28, Wednesday Last Day for Instructor Withdrawal from First-Half
Semester Courses

March 8, Thursday Second-Half Semester Courses Begin

March 14, Wednesday Mid-Semester U Grades Distributed to Students

March 16, Friday Deadline for Change To or From Audit Status for Second-
Half Semester Courses

March 19, Monday - Spring Recess

 March 25, Sunday Administrative Offices Open 3/19 - 3/23 until 5:00 pm

April 2, Monday Last Day for Student to Withdraw from Semester-Long
Courses with a Grade of “W”

April 3, Tuesday Passover* - Classes in Session

April 6, Friday Good Friday* - Classes in Session

April 16, Monday Last day for Student to Withdraw from Second-Half
Semester Courses with a Grade of “W”
April 20, Friday Student Deadline for Total Withdrawal from College with
Grades of “W”

April 20, Friday Last Day for Instructor Withdrawals for Spring 2007
Courses

May 7, Monday Last Regular Class Meeting of Spring 2007

May 8, 9, 10, 11 Final Exam Period - Day Classes

 Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri.

May 5, 8, 9, 10, 11 Final Exam Period - Evening and Saturday Classes

 Sat., Tues., Wed., Thurs., Fri.

 May 5, Saturday Saturday Classes

 May 8, Tuesday Tuesday Evening Classes

 May 9, Wednesday Wednesday Evening Classes

 May 10, Thursday Thursday Evening Classes

 May 11, Friday Monday Evening Classes

May 12, Saturday Records & Registration Open for Grades

 9:00am - noon Middletown Only

May 14, Monday Final Deadline ALL Grades - Records & Registration

 9:00 am Middletown only

May 17, Thursday Grades Distributed to Students

*See college policy regarding religious observances in the College
Catalog


Orange County Community College

A Unit of the State University of New York

115 South Street,
Middletown, NY 10940
Telephone: (845) 344-6222
www.sunyorange.edu

Dr. William Richards

President

Dr. Catherine Chew
Vice President for Academic Affairs

Mr. J. Daniel Bloomer

Vice President for Administration

Mr. Vincent Cazzetta

Vice President for Institutional Advancement

Mr. Paul Broadie

Vice President for Student Development

GENERAL POLICY

The College makes every effort to maintain the schedule
of courses as announced in this Bulletin. However, the
College reserves the right to change instructors, withdraw
courses, change rooms or cancel courses without previous
announcement, based on enrollment, budget, or other
constraints.

Orange County Community College is an equal
opportunity/affirmative action institution. In accordance
with Federal regulations, the New York State Human
Rights Law and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act
of 1973, Orange County Community College does not
discriminate on the basis of age, color, religion, creed,
disability, marital status, veteran status, national origin,
race, gender or sexual orientation in employment or in the
educational programs and activities which it operates.

Founded 1950

Accredited by the Middle States Association of
Colleges and Secondary Schools

An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action College

Orange County Community College is a two-year
college established under the authority of the State of
New York, primarily to fulfill the educational needs of
those persons living within its service area. To help
reach this goal, the College offers day and evening
classes and summer sessions.

Orange County Community College curricula are
registered by the New York State Department of
Education and approved by the State University of
New York. It is authorized to award the Associate
in Arts, the Associate in Applied Science, and the
Associate in Science Degree as established by the
Board of Regents of the University of the State of
New York.
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CONTENTS

Credit Course Section

Information Directory
.........................................................................
.......................................3

Steps to Registration for Credit Courses
.........................................................................
.........4

Three Ways to Register
.........................................................................
.....................................6

Tuition and Fees Schedule
.........................................................................
................................7

Refund Policy
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....................................................7

Shuttle Service Schedule
.........................................................................
...................................7

Residence Information
.........................................................................
......................................8

How to Read the Course Schedule
.........................................................................
..................9

Weather Alert
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.....................................................9

Credit Course Listing
.........................................................................
......................................10

Registration Form
.........................................................................
......................................27-28

Certificate of Residence
.........................................................................
............................27-28
Personal Data Sheet for Non-Matriculated Students
.............................................................29

Student Immunization Record Forms
.........................................................................
......30-31

Policies and Procedures
.........................................................................
..................................53

Final Grade Access
.........................................................................
..........................................54

Campus Map/Directions
.........................................................................
.................................55

INFORMATION
DIRECTORY

(845) 344-6222

(Please call for office hours)

Middletown

Office Number

Admissions 341-4030

Advising & Counseling Center 341-4070

Bookstore 341-4815

Bursar 341-4830

Business Training
& Development 341-4770

Career & Internship Services 341-4444

College Nurse 341-4870

Community Enrichment 341-4890

Continuing &
Professional Education 341-4770

Driving Programs/
Alcohol Education 341-4892

Financial Aid 341-4190
Kindercollege 341-4165

LRC (Library) 341-4855

Registration 341-4140

Student Activities 341-4065

Transcripts 341-4155

Tutorial Services 341-4171

Veteran’s Rep 341-4071

Workforce
Development Education 341-4532

Newburgh

Extension Center 562-2454

Admissions/Counseling 341-4534
341-4443

Financial Aid 341-4518

Registrar/Bursar 341-4536

Off-Campus Sites:

Monroe-Woodbury H.S. 460-7000

 ext. 7004

Port Jervis H.S. 661-9069

Warwick H.S. 661-9069

CREDIT COURSE TABLE OF CONTENTS

BY SUBJECT AREA

SUBJECT PAGE(S)

SUBJECT PAGE(S)

Middletown Campus

Accounting ...........................................................10

Anthropology .......................................................10

Architecture ..........................................................11
Art
........................................................................1
1

Biology
................................................................12

(see also Microbiology in Lab Technology section)

Business Administration/

 Marketing/Management ....................................14

Chemistry .............................................................15
(see also Geology, Physics/Physical Sciences)

College and Career Skills ....................................15

College Success Series ........................................15

Communication/Speech .......................................16

(see also Visual Communication, Art section)

Computer Information Systems ...........................16

Computer Science ................................................17

Criminal Justice ...................................................17

Dental Hygiene ....................................................17

Distance Learning ................................................32

Early Childhood Education ..................................18

Economics ............................................................19

Electrical Engineering Technologies ...................19

Engineering ..........................................................20

English
.................................................................20

FasTrak
.................................................................18

Field Studies Travel .............................................23

Foreign Languages ...............................................24

Geography ............................................................24
Geology
................................................................24

(see also Chemistry, Physics/Physical Sciences)

History..................................................................
24

Honors ............................................................14, 25

Hybrid
..................................................................32

Laboratory Technology ........................................25

Management (see Business Administration) ........14

Marketing (see Business Administration) ............14

Massage Therapy .................................................26

Mathematics .........................................................26

Music....................................................................
34

Nursing
.................................................................35

Occupational Therapy Assistant ..........................37

Office Technologies .............................................38

Philosophy & Religion ........................................38

Physical Ed/Exercise Studies/Health ...................38

Physical Therapist Assistant ................................42

Physics/Physical Sciences ....................................43
(see also Chemistry, Geology)

PM Express ..........................................................22

Political Science ...................................................43

Psychology ...........................................................44

Radiologic Technology ........................................45

Religion (see Philosophy & Religion) .................38

Sociology .............................................................45
Theater
.................................................................45

Visual Communication (see Art) .........................11

Web Enhanced .....................................................32

Weekend College .................................................32

Newburgh Extension .....................................46

Other Locations ...............................................51
STEPS TO CREDIT REGISTRATION

What must I do to register for credit courses at SUNY Orange?

MATRICULATED STUDENTS

A matriculated student has been accepted for admission to
the college in an approved degree or certificate program and is
eligible to apply for financial aid. Matriculation is mandatory
once a student has completed 11.5 credits. Students who want to
or who must matriculate should:

Begin with Step 1.

NON-MATRICULATED STUDENTS

A non-matriculated student has received a high school diploma
or GED but has not applied or been accepted for admission
to the college. A student can complete up to 11.5 credits as
non-matriculated. Courses taken while non-matriculated may
later count toward a degree; however, the student will not be
eligible for financial aid as a non-matriculated student.

Begin with Step 3.

STEP 3

IMMUNIZATION

STEP 2

FINANCIAL AID

STEP 1

ADMISSION, READMISSION
AND ASSESSMENT

New York State Law requires that all
students born on or after January 1, 1957 who
wish to enroll for six or more credits in any
given semester provide proof of immunity to
Measles, Mumps, and Rubella.

In addition, all students, regardless of age,
must sign and return the Meningitis Response
Form. See Form B, page 31.

All vaccinations must be with live virus
given after 1968 and on or after the student’s
first birthday to be acceptable.

See Immunization Record Form A on
page 30.
For questions about immunization
requirements and acceptable documentation
contact the Health Services Office at
(845) 341-4870.

Immunization records must be on file in
Health Services prior to registration (Step 4).

A variety of Financial Aid programs are
available to qualified matriculated students
enrolled in approved programs of study.
All students requesting aid must complete a
Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) and a SUNY Orange Local Aid
Application each academic year.

Upon submission of a completed FAFSA,
a student who is a resident of New York State
will receive a pre-printed TAP Application
from Higher Education Services Corporation
(HESC). If the student will be attending full
time, this application must be completed and
returned to HESC to receive TAP consideration.

To avoid delays and to ensure having the
financial aid available to assist with Spring
2007 payment of tuition and fees, students
should begin the application process by
filing the 2006-07 FAFSA as soon as possible.
Students who filed this application for
the Summer and Fall 2006 semesters need not
reapply for Spring 2007.

For further information about aid
programs, contact the Financial Aid Office
at (845) 341-4190.

Before any financial aid will be awarded:

 - official final high school transcript or
GED must be on file with the Admissions
Office

 OR

 - Ability to Benefit requirements must
be met (see Advising and Counseling
Center).

Admission is open to all applicants who
are graduates of an accredited high school or
recipients of a state high school equivalency
diploma. Students without a high school
diploma may qualify for admission into the 24
College Credit Hour Program.

Readmission is for former SUNY Orange
students who have not attended for one
semester or longer.

For applications or information about
the 24 College Credit Hour Program contact
the Admissions Office at (845) 341-4030.

First-time matriculated students participate in
a required Course Placement Assessment to
determine skill levels in reading, writing and
mathematics. All students taking the Course
Placement Assessment are required to pay a
$25 non-refundable fee prior to taking the
test. If the student enrolls at SUNY
Orange, payment of this fee can be applied
toward tuition. Students who have successfully
completed the equivalent of college level
English I or Math course with a C (2.0) or better
may apply for a waiver of Assessment.
Waiver of the Course Placement Assessment
Test does not guarantee transferability of the
credits.

For further information on dates and times of
the Course Placement Assessment and/or
waiver of assessment information, please contact
the Advising and Counseling Center at
(845) 341-4070.

Note: Students enrolled in the 24 Credit Hour
Program who are seeking financial aid are
required to take this assessment in order to
satisfy the Title IV Ability to Benefit
requirements.
STEP 6

CHANGES TO
SCHEDULE*

STEP 5

PAYMENT

A Drop/Add occurs when students who
have completed registration make changes to
their schedules. For matriculated students, an
advisor’s signature is required.

Students may add open semester courses
and/or change sections until January 29 with
the signature of an advisor unless the course
has met the equivalent of two weeks; then the
instructor’s, the department chair’s, and the
director of academic services’ signatures are
required.

Students may add open first and second
half-semester courses through the second
class meeting. Check the course schedule for
the specific start date of the course.

Students seeking to register for a closed
(filled to capacity) class are required to obtain
permission from the instructor, the department
chair and director of academic services.

Students may drop a course by the
deadlines listed in the Registration Calendar in
this bulletin and the Academic Calendar on the
inside cover, a fee of $5.00 is charged for each
drop. Beginning February 6, a fee of $10.00
per course will be charged to add courses up to
a maximum of $25.

Important: Students who decide not to
pay or attend after they have already registered
for classes must complete a Drop/Add form in
the Records and Registration Office. Students
will incur a tuition liability if they fail to
withdraw on or before the start date of the
semester.

*Students who have unmet financial
obligations to the college or who have failed
to comply with college requirements, such as
proof of immunization, will not be permitted
to register, receive or send transcripts, or
provide proof of enrollment to other agencies/
institutions until the stop/hold is cleared with
the issuing office.

Acceptable forms of payment are: cash
(cash not accepted at the Newburgh Extension
Center); check; money order; VISA;
Mastercard; Discover Card; finalized Financial
Aid; Financial Aid Deferments; third-party
vouchers; or the AMS payment plan.

***New *** On-line web payment for credit
cards and checks***

 Access our web site at www.sunyorange.
edu. Then, click and select the following: For
Students; Bursar; Payment Options; and then
on-line payment. Follow the instructions.

A convenience fee is charged for all on-line
payments.

*Please note* Credit card payments will
only be accepted by mail, in person or on the
web. The Bursar Office does not accept credit
card payments by telephone.

For payment plan details, call AMS at 1-
800-635-0120 or the Bursar Office at (845)
341-4830. Submit the AMS application along
with the first payment (1/4 of tuition and fees)
and the $35 enrollment fee by the payment
due date. Students can also enroll and make
the first payment electronically at the AMS
TuitionPay web site: www.tuitionpay.com.

The payment due date is January 2, 2007
for students registering November 27, 2006
through December 14, 2006. A student is considered
paid when the Bursar Office has proof
of payment as well as a signed Spring 2007
Statement of Account.

Starting January 2, 2007, students must
pay their tuition and sign their Spring 2007
“Statement of Account” on the day they
register.

Present your paid receipt at the Student Life
Office to obtain or update College ID and
parking permit.

The Schedule of Tuition and Fees for the
Spring 2007 semester is on page 7.
To qualify for New York resident tuition
rates, a student must have maintained a legal
residence in the state for one year and in the
county for six months immediately preceding
the first day of the semester. Proof of
residence must be submitted at the time of
registration.

An application for Certificate of Residence
can be found on page 8. The instructions for
completing the application can be found in the
Residence Information section on page 8.

STEP 4

ADVISEMENT AND
REGISTRATION*

Currently Enrolled Matriculated
Students for the Fall 2006 semester must
meet with and obtain permission (signature)
of their assigned advisor to schedule classes
for Spring 2007. Office hours are posted on or
by each faculty member’s office door.

Early Spring 2007 registration for
currently enrolled students is November 28
through December 8, 2006.

November 27 is reserved for students
with 30 or more credits completed prior to the
Fall 2006 semester and official majors in the
Health Profession Programs.

New Matriculated Students will be
invited to early register on December 7 or,
providing they have been assessed and present
proof of immunization, can early register
December 11 - 15 with advising at the
Advising and Counseling Center.

Readmitted Students and 2nd degree
students who have been accepted can
early register from November 28 through
December 8 with the assistance of their
advisor or the Advising and Counseling
Center.

Non-Matriculated Students do not need
the signature of an advisor. Currently enrolled
non-matriculated students for the Fall 2006
semester may early register beginning
November 28. New non-matriculated students
can early register beginning December 8.
Students interested in advisement should
contact the Advising and Counseling Center
(845) 341-4070.

Registration for all students continues
after the Winter Break when the college
reopens on January 2 through
January 11, 2007.

Late Registration for all students is
January 16 through January 29, 2007. Late
fees begin February 6, 2007. (See Step 6.)

For more information regarding
registration dates and times contact the
Registration Office at (845) 341-4140.
THREE WAYS TO REGISTER*

IN-PERSON

BEST OPTION

PHONE-IN

ONLY UNTIL JANUARY 5

MAIL-IN

ONLY UNTIL JANUARY 5

Currently Enrolled Matriculated
and Readmitted Students:

Bring signed, completed
Registration Card to the Records and
Registration Office.

If required, bring Certificate of
Residence Form to Bursar Office.

New Matriculated Students:

Submit Immunization documentation
to the Health Services Office.

Bring assessment results or waiver.

Bring signed, completed
Registration Card to the Records and
Registration Office.

Bring Certificate of Residence
Form to Bursar Office.

Non-Matriculated Students:

If new, and registering for 6 or
more credits, submit Immunization
records to the Health Services Office.

Bring completed Registration Card
and completed Personal Data Sheet
for Non-Matriculated Students to the
Records and Registration Office.

If required, bring Certificate of
Residence Form to Bursar Office.

NOTE: Mail-In is an option
available for student convenience.
However, if mistakes were made in
completing the forms or if conflicts
occur, resolving problems can take
more time than an in-person visit.

Currently Enrolled Matriculated
Students and Readmitted
Students

Mail completed Registration Card
signed by advisor and if required,
Certificate of Residence to the
Records and Registration Office.

Use MasterCard, VISA, or
Discover or send check or money
order payable to Orange County
Community College for payment.

New Matriculated Students:

Cannot register by mail. Must
register in-person.

Non-Matriculated Students:

Mail in completed Registration
Card, completed Personal Data Sheet
for Non-Matriculated Students, and
if required, Certificate of Residence
Form to Records and Registration
Office. If new, and registering for 6
or more credits, also mail completed
Student Immunization Record Form.

Use MasterCard, VISA, or
Discover or send check or money
order payable to Orange County
Community College for payment.

This option is only available to:

Non-Matriculated Students who
were registered for the Fall 2006
semester.

Phone (845) 341-4140 Monday
through Thursday, 9 am - 8 pm, and
Friday 9 am - 4 pm. Phone registrations
will be accepted and processed
for those students who provide a valid
MasterCard, VISA or Discover
number.
Be prepared to provide course and
cost information.

*Be sure to refer to the Registration Calendar, Steps to Registration,
Registration Card, Certificate of Residence, Student
Immunization Record Form, and Personal Data Sheet for Non-Matriculated
Students provided in this Course Schedule.
TUITION AND FEES SCHEDULE*

REFUND POLICY

The following schedule of tuition and fees applies to the Spring 2007
semester at
Orange County Community College. A resident of New York is one who has
maintained legal residence in the state for one year and in the county
for six
months both immediately preceding the first day of classes. For
additional information,
see the current College Catalog

Full-Time Student Tuition: (12 + credits)

New York State resident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . $1500.00
per semester

Non-resident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3000.00 per semester

Part-Time Student Tuition:

New York State resident . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 125.00
per credit hour

 62.50 per half credit

Non- resident. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
250.00 per credit hour

NOTE: Tuition for credit courses taken for audit (no-credit)
is the same as if the course were taken for credit.

NOTE: All Tuition and Fees charged are based upon the number
of credits enrolled for each semester.

Mandatory Fees:

Student Activity/Athletic Fee:

Full-time (12+ credit/unit) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50.00

Evening students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.00 per credit

Weekend Students. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.00 per credit

Day students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 4.00 per credit

Insurance Fee:
Full-time (12+credits). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
9.00

Part-time (.5-11.5 credits). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2.00

Technology Fee:

Full-time (12+credits). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
105.00

Part-time (.5-11.5 credits). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
65.00

College Fees:

Assessment Fee (non-refundable). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.00

Admission Application Fee (non-refundable). . . . . . 30.00

Readmission Application Fee (non-refundable). . . . 20.00

Graduation Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
35.00

Transcript Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 5.00

Distance Learning Fee (per applicable course) . . . . 50.00 non-
refundable

Laboratory Fee (per applicable fee) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20.00 non-
refundable

Malpractice Insurance Fee (per applicable courses). . 7.50 non-refundable

Late Registration Fee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
10.00 per course

 25.00 maximum

Withdrawal from course after registration . . . . . . . . . 5.00 per
course

Returned Check fee. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
25.00 per check

Pre-licensure Diagnostic Test . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40.00

Foreign check handling fee, per check. . . . . . . . . . . 10.00

(plus any additional bank fees)

Advance Deposit (non-refundable). . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50.00
Nursing, Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapist,

Dental Hygiene, Radiologic Tech., Med-Lab Tech.,

Visual Communications, Massage Therapy

Tutorial Fee (non-refundable). . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30.00

*The College reserves the right to increase tuition and fees upon
approval
of the Board of Trustees.

Students who officially withdraw from a credit course or from
the College may be eligible for a refund of tuition and appropriate
share of fees in accordance with the following schedule.

Spring 2007 Full Semester Classes:

Start Tuesday, 1/16/07

Prior to the start date of the semester (by 1/12/07). . . . . 100%

During the first week (1/16/07 - 1/22/07). . . . . . . . . . . . . 75%

During the second week (1/23/07 - 1/29/07). . . . . . . . . . . 50%

During the third week (1/30/07 - 2/5/07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25%

After the third week (starting 2/6/07) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
0%

Spring 2006 Half-Semester Classes:

(Eight week term or less)

Prior to the start date of the half-semester . . . . . . . . . . . 100%

During the first week. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . . 25%

During the second week . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. . 0%

1st Half-Semester classes start: Tuesday 1/16/07

2nd Half-Semester classes start: Thursday 3/8/07

All Accelerated Courses follow the refund policy that is
applicable to the length of the course.

No money shall be refunded unless application for the refund
is made within one year after the end of the term for which the
tuition requested to be refunded was paid to the college. The
first day that classes are offered as scheduled by the college,
shall be considered the first day of the semester, and the first
week of classes for purposes of this section, shall be deemed
to have ended when seven calendar days, including the first
day of classes, have elapsed.

Spring refunds are processed and mailed approximately six
weeks after the beginning of the semester. Inquiries regarding
the refund policy should be directed in writing to the SUNY
Orange Business Office Refund Review Board.

Title IV Federal Refund Policy

Title IV Federal Financial Aid Students who withdraw or stop
attending the college during the first 60% of the semester
have their financial aid recalculated according to the Higher
Education Amendments of 1998, 34 CFR part 668.22. Some
grant recipients may owe repayment to both the institution and
the Federal government as the result of this recalculation.

Charge-it

You can pay your tuition and fees using MasterCard, VISA or Discover.

The following requirements apply to the use of a charge card for mail-in,

 in-person registrations, and web on-line payments. Please provide:

*** Card number and expiration date,

*** Student’s name, and

*** Cardholder’s name (if different from student’s)

Register for Credit Courses NOW! See pages 27/31
AFFIDAVIT (OR AFFIRMATION) AND APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE,
PURSUANT TO SECTIONS 6301 AND 6305 OF THE EDUCATION LAW,
IN CONNECTION WITH ATTENDANCE AT ORANGE COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE*
* Education Law, section 6305, provides: “the chief fiscal officer of
each county, as defined in section 2.00 of the local
finance law, shall upon application and submission to him of satisfactory
evidence, issue to any person desiring to enroll
in a community college as a non-resident student, a certificate of
residence showing that said person is a resident of said
county.... such person shall, upon his registration for each college
year, file with the college such a certificate of
residence issued not earlier than two months prior thereto, and such
certificate of residence shall be valid for a period of
one year from the date of issuance.” Education law, section 6301,
paragraph 4, defines: “resident” a person who has
resided in the state for a period of at least one year and in the county,
city, town, intermediate school district of school
district, as the case may be, or a period of at least six months, both
immediately preceding the date of such person’s
registration in a community college or, for the purposes of section 6305
of this chapter, his application for a certificate of
residence.
** In the event that a person qualified as above for state residence, but
has been a resident of two or more counties in the
state during the six months immediately preceding his/her application for
a certificate of residence pursuant to section
6305 of this chapter, the charges to the counties of residence shall be
allocated among the several counties proportional
to the number of months, or major fraction thereof, of residence in each
county.
STATE OF NEW YORK, Semester: Fall ______ Spring _____
COUNTY OF ___________________ Summer I _____ II_____ III_____
Name____________________________ Social Security # __________________
Addresses: Dates of ResidencyStreet City County State Zip
From_______ To ________
From_______ To ________
From_______ To ________
Mailing Address: ____________________________________________________
(If Different Than Above)
Citizenship: United States Citizen __________ Permanent Resident Alien#
_____________
Date of Issue ________________________
ATTACH A COPY OF YOUR PERMANENT RESIDENT ALIEN CARD.
I hereby swear (or affirm) that I reside at the above stated address;
that I now am and have for a
period of at least one year immediately prior to the date of this
affidavit (or affirmation) and
application been a legal resident of the State of New York; that I now am
and have been for a
period of at least six (6) months** immediately prior to the date of this
affidavit (or affirmation)
and application a legal resident of the County of _______________. I
further state I plan to enroll
in Orange County Community College and that this affidavit (or
affirmation) and application is
made for the sole purpose of securing from the Chief Fiscal Officer of
the County
of_______________________ a certificate of residence pursuant to the
requirements of Article
126 of the Education Law.
I hereby swear (or affirm) that I reside legally at the above home
address and that I have, for two
years immediately prior to the date of this affidavit (or affirmation)
and application, resided as
stated above.
Signature of Applicant Date
Sworn to (or affirmed) before me this This space for use of Chief Fiscal
Office of County________ day of ____________, 20_____ Certificate Issued
( ) Certificate Denied ( )
Date________ By______________
Notary Public or Commissioner of Deeds
RESIDENCE
INFORMATION

A resident of New York State is one who
has maintained legal residence in the State
for one year and in the County for six
months immediately preceding the first day
of classes. Proof of residence must be submitted
at the time of registration according
to the instructions below. An application for
Certificate of Residence is printed on this
page of the Bulletin to your right for your
use. A new application must accompany all
address changes.

1. Orange County Residents:

Complete Application for Certificate of
Residence, have it notarized and submit
the completed form to the College at
registration by mail or in person.

2. New York State Residents from
Counties other than Orange
County: Complete Application for
Certificate of Residence and turn it in
to your County Treasurer. You will
receive a Certificate of Residence from
the Treasurer. Submit this form to the
College at registration by mail or in
person. Students who fail to submit a
valid Certificate of Residence will be
charged double tuition.

3. New York State Residents who
have lived in more than one county during
the past 6 months must complete an
Application for Certificate of Residence
for each county in which they have
resided and proceed as indicated in (1)
and (2) of these instructions.

4. Non-residents of New York
State (living less than one year in the
State) are charged out-of-state tuition
and do not need to submit proof of
residence at registration.

5. All foreign students who have
not held a permanent resident
alien card for one year are classified
as out-of-state residents and pay
out-of-state tuition (see Tuition and
Fees).

6. Military personnel must submit
copies of their PCS orders or DD214.
HOW TO READ THE COURSE SCHEDULE

Under the department heading, a five digit code appears to the left of
the course title. The first two digits identify the department code,
e.g.,
11 = English, 38 = Math, etc.

The next three digits identify the catalog number, e.g., 101, 102, etc.
Each course has a section assigned to it, and the sections are coded to
indicate the times and days/evenings of the week that the courses meet.


For example, all sections of day courses which meet MWF at 10:00 am
are coded Section C. If you are trying to register for Section C of two
different courses, you have a conflict. A class that meets Monday and
Thursday from 9:30 to 10:45 am is coded CJ to show that it conflicts
with both MWF at 10:00 am and TTH at 9:30 - 10:45 am.

Laboratories are identified by the letter L at the end of the catalog
number
and are listed numerically (exception: Newburgh labs are designated
with LQ). Most day classes require that students register for both a
lecture
and a lab section. Lecture and labs must both be taken in the day,
or both in the evening, and both at the same site.


All course sections with XS designation are Middletown campus
Saturday morning classes, and QS are Newburgh Extension Saturday
morning classes. These are WEEKEND COLLEGE courses. They
meet each weekend throughout the semester.

Special topics courses are number similarly to all others except that the
second digit of the catalog number is ”9”. Credits earned for special
topic courses may be used as electives in fulfilling degree/certificate
requirements.

 *** Most courses with laboratory hours require a lab fee

 *** All Health Profession programs require a malpractice fee

 *** All developmental courses carry institutional credit only.
These courses are identified by [3.00] (brackets) and 0 (zero)
in the first place of the catalog number (i.e., 11030).

 *** “TBA” indicates To Be Announced.

COLLEGE CLOSING AND DELAY

The following stations carry weather information regarding college delays
and cancellation of classes. For updated information, phone the College
at
845-344-6222 for recorded voice information or look on the web at
www.sunyorange.edu.
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Kingston WRNN-TV

 WBPM ...................94.3 FM

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Sign up for automatic e-mail notification of college closings and
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Middletown Campus

SUNY ORANGE

Day and Evening Credit Courses Evening Courses are Boxed and Shaded)

1. Credit courses may also be taken for no credit (audit).

2. TBA represents to be announced.

3. We reserve the right to change instructors and program offerings.

4. Courses with [ ] (brackets) are institutional credit only.

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

ACCOUNTING (ACCOUNTING/OFFICE TECHNOLOGY DEPT)

55 101 C BUSINESS MATH* 3.00 HA 207 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Markovits, M.

55 101 D BUSINESS MATH* 3.00 HA 207 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Markovits, M.

55 101 J BUSINESS MATH* 3.00 HA 207 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Markovits, M.

*Note: Cannot be used to fulfill Math-Science requirement for any degree

55 118 N PERSONAL FINANCE 3.00 HA 207 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Stack, T.

55 131 DF ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 1 4.00 HA 210 LEC MW 11:00AM-12:50PM
Stack, T.

55 131 KM ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 1 4.00 HA 210 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:50PM
Goldberg, D.

55 132 BC ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 2 4.00 HA 212 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM
Confrey, T. 55-131

55 133 FG FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.00 HA 214 LEC MW 12:00PM-01:50PM
Goldberg, D.

55 133 IJ FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.00 HA 210 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM
Goldberg, D.

55 134 BC MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING* 4.00 HA 214 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM
Stack, T. 55-133

55 134 KM MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING* 4.00 HA 207 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:50PM
Stack, T. 55-133

*Prerequisite: 55-133 or 55-131 and 55-132

55 205 B BUSINESS STATISTICS* 3.00 HA 207 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Markovits, M. 38-103
*Prerequisite: Two years of college preparatory math or 38-103

55 232 BC INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 2 4.00 HA 211A LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM
Vondras, J. 55-231

55 239 A ACCOUNTING INTERNSHIP* 3.00 HA 212 LEC W 08:00AM-08:50AM
Vondras, J.

*Prerequisite: Permission of instructor and a CQPA of 2.75 - See Dept.
Chair

EVENING

55 101 EF BUSINESS MATH* 3.00 HA 214 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM Angerame, L.

*Note: Cannot be used to fulfill Math-Science requirement for any degree

55 131 EA ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 1 4.00 HA 212 LEC M 06:30PM-10:15PM
Ruggles, W.

55 132 EN ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 2 4.00 HA 212 LEC TH 06:30PM-10:15PM
Loiola, M 55-131

55 133 EJ FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.00 HA 207 LEC W 06:30PM-10:15PM Finn, G

55 134 EF MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING* 4.00 HA 207 LEC T 06:30PM-10:15PM
Shustack, L. 55-133

*Prerequisite: 55-133 or 55-131 and 55-132

55 205 EA BUSINESS STATISTICS* 3.00 HA 207 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Markovits, M. 38-103

*Prerequisite: Two years of college preparatory math or 38-103

55 231 EF INTERMEDIATE ACCOUNTING 1 4.00 HA 211A LEC T 06:30PM-10:15PM
Racette, P. 55-134

55 253 EJ ACCOUNTING PRACTICE* 4.00 HA 210 LEC W 05:00PM-08:45PM
Goldberg, D.

*Prerequisite: 55-132 and 55-161 or 55-133 and 55-161

DISTANCE LEARNING

55 133 DL FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING* 4.00 Vondras, J.

55 234 DL ACCOUNTING MICRO APPLICATIONS*+ 3.00 Stack, T.

+Prerequisite: 55-132 and 55-161 or 55-134 and 55-161

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32
ANTHROPOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

27 209 C ARCHAEOLOGY & PREHISTORY 3.00 HU 210 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Kass, B.

27 220 B CULTURAL & SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00 HU 210 LEC MWF 09:00AM-
09:50AM Kass, B.

27 220 J CULTURAL & SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00 HU 210 LEC TTH 09:30AM-
10:45AM Kass, B.
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Prereqs

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ARCHITECTURE (APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

37 221 N ARCHITECTURE TO 18TH CENTURY 3.00 BT 301 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Moegenburg, S.

52 210 I COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 2* 2.00 BT 355 LEC T 08:00AM-08:50AM
Moegenburg, S. 52-110

52 210L 1 COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 2 (LAB)* BT 355 LAB T 09:00AM-10:50AM
Moegenburg, S.

 BT 251 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM

*Students must register for both the lecture and the lab section

54 102 GH BUILDING MATERIALS & METHODS 2* 4.00 BT 355 LEC M 01:00PM-
02:50PM TBA 54-101, 54-105

54 102L 1 BUILDING MATERIALS & METHODS 2(LAB)* BT 355 LAB W 08:00AM-
11:50AM TBA

*Students must register for the lecture and the lab section

54 106 P ADV ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS* 3.00 BT 353 LEC T 03:30PM-04:20PM
TBA 54-105

54 106L 1 ADV ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS 2(LAB)* BT 353 LAB T 04:30PM-05:20PM
TBA

 BT 353 LAB TH 03:30PM-06:30PM

*Students must register for the lecture and the lab section

54 112 G ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2* 3.00 BT 201 LEC W 01:00PM-01:50PM
Moegenburg, S. 54-105, 54-111

54 112L 1 ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN 2(LAB)* BT 353 LAB W 02:00PM-05:50PM
Moegenburg, S.

*Students must register for the lecture and the lab section

54 114 IJ MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL EQUIP 3.00 BT 119 LEC T 08:00AM-11:50AM
TBA
54 206 GO CONSTRUCTION PROCEDURES 3.00 BT 119 LEC M 01:00PM-03:50PM TBA
54-102

54 208 A WORKING DRAWINGS 2* 4.00 BT 353 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM
Moegenburg, S. 54-207

54 208L 1 WORKING DRAWINGS 2(LAB)* BT 355 LAB M 09:00AM-11:50AM
Moegenburg, S.

 BT 355 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM Moegenburg, S.

*Students must register for the lecture and the lab section

54 212 A COMMUNITY PLANNING* 2.00 BT 301 LEC F 08:00AM-08:50AM TBA 54-112

54 212L 1 COMMUNITY PLANNING(LAB)* BT 353 LAB F 09:00AM-11:50AM TBA

*Students must register for the lecture and the lab section

54 216 M STRENGTH OF MATERIALS 2.00 BT 364 LEC T 12:00PM-01:50PM TBA 35-
111, 38-117

EVENING

52 110 EF INTRO TO CAD* 2.00 BT 355 LEC T 05:30PM-09:30PM TBA

*Co-requisite: 54-105 or by permission of instructor

52 210 EA COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING 2 2.00 BT 355 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA
52-110

54 105 EN ARCHITECTURAL GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 353 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:20PM TBA

ART (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

(Note: Studio Art classes may involve extra cost for materials)

41 102H J HON: HISTORY OF ART 2* 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Slater-Tanner, S.

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14

41 103 BC DRAWING 1 2.00 HA 115 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:15AM Litow, J.

41 104 FH DRAWING 2 2.00 HA 115 LEC F 12:00PM-02:45PM Bleach, B. 41-103

41 106 IJ DESIGN 2 3.00 HA 115 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM O’Malley-Satz,J
41-105

41 108 KN PAINTING 2 3.00 HA 117 LEC TTH 12:00PM-02:10PM Eisman, R. 41-
107
41 110 DF COLOR 2.00 HA 115 LEC MW 11:00AM-12:15PM Slater-Tanner,

41 112 HO FIGURE DRAW 2 3.00 HA 113 LEC MW 02:00PM-04:15PM Eisman, R. 41-
111

41 115 KP VIS COM & GRAPHIC DESIGN 1* 3.00 OH 039 LEC TH 12:00PM-03:45PM
Litow, J.

41 116 AD VIS COM & GRAPHIC DESIGN 2*+ 3.00 OH 039 LEC F 08:00AM-11:45AM
Litow, J. 41-115

41 116 KP VIS COM & GRAPHIC DESIGN 2*+ 3.00 OH 039 LEC T 12:00PM-03:45PM
Litow, J. 41-115

41 118 DG VIS COM & GRAPHIC DESIGN 4*+ 2.00 OH 039 LEC W 11:00AM-01:45PM
Litow, J. 41-117

*Lab portions are built into these courses

+Prerequisite or permission of instructor and Department Chair.

41 130 BD INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 HA 115 LEC F 09:00AM-11:45AM Bleach,
B.

41 130 GH INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 HA 115 LEC MW 01:30PM-02:45PM Slater-
Tanner,

41 130 M INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 HA 115 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Slater-
Tanner,

41 130 O INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 HA 115 LEC M 03:00PM-05:45PM Bleach, B.

41 132 BC PHOTOGRAPHY 2* 3.00 OH PHO LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM O’Hara-
Whipple, 41-131

41 132 DG PHOTOGRAPHY 2* 3.00 OH PHO LEC MW 11:00AM-12:50PM O’Hara-
Whipple, 41-131

*Student must have a 35mm or larger camera; cost for supplies & materials
approximately $200 per semester.

41 201 FO WEB PAGE DESIGN* 3.00 OH 039 LEC F 12:00PM-03:45PM Saint-
Martin, M

*Prerequisite: 55-173 or permission of instructor
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EVENING

(Note: Studio Art classes may involve extra cost for materials)

41 102 EN HISTORY OF ART 2 3.00 HA 111 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM Slater-
Tanner, S.

41 103 EF DRAWING 1 2.00 HA 115 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Eisman, R.

41 104 EN DRAWING 2 2.00 HA 115 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM O’Malley-Satz, J.
41-103

41 105 EJ DESIGN 1 3.00 HA 113 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA

41 106 EJ DESIGN 2 3.00 HA 115 LEC W 04:00PM-07:45PM Saint-Martin, M 41-
105

41 107 EJ PAINTING 1 3.00 HA 117 LEC W 05:30PM-09:50PM Miiller, S.

41 115 EN VIS COM GRAPHICS 1 3.00 OH 039 LEC TH 06:00PM-09:45PM Nozell,
P.

41 116 EF VIS COM GRAPH 2 3.00 OH 039 LEC T 06:30PM-10:15PM Litow, J. 41-
115

41 118 EJ VIS COM & GRAPHIC DESIGN 4 2.00 OH 039 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM
Nozell, P.

41 120 EF WOMEN IN ART HISTORY 3.00 HA 111 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Slater-
Tanner,

41 125 EJ NON-WESTERN ART HISTORY 3.00 HA 111 LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM
Slater-Tanner,

41 130 EA INTRO TO ART 3.00 HA 115 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM Bleach, B.

41 131 EA PHOTOGRAPHY 1* 3.00 OH PHOT LEC M 06:00PM-09:30PM O’Hara-
Whipple,

*Student must have a 35mm or larger camera; cost for supplies & materials
approximately $200 per semester.

DISTANCE LEARNING

41 115 DL VIS COM GRAPHICS 1*+ 3.00 Litow, J.
*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

*Prerequisite or permission of instructor and Department Chair

BIOLOGY (BIOLOGY DEPT)

(Note: Students taking lab science courses must coordinate a day lecture
with a day lab section. Evening lectures with evening labs.

The course and lab location must be the same. (Middletown lectures with
Middletown labs.)

31 101 FG GENERAL BIOLOGY 1* 4.00 HU 107 LEC MW 12:00PM-01:15PM Merriam,
J.

31 101L 1 GENERAL BIOLOGY 1 (LAB)* HU 105 LAB W 02:00PM-04:50PM Merriam,
J.

31 101L 2 GENERAL BIOLOGY 1 (LAB)* HU 105 LAB F 09:00AM-11:50AM Merriam,
J.

*Students must register for both the lecture and a lab section

31 102 M GENERAL BIOLOGY 2* 4.00 HU 103 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
VerHeyden, A. 31-101

31 102L 1 GENERAL BIOLOGY 2 (LAB)* HU 105 LAB T 02:00PM-04:50PM
VerHeyden, A.

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab section

31 105 B ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1*+ 4.00 BT 301 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Jahn, W.

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

+Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

31 105 FG ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1* 4.00 BT 301 LEC MW 12:00PM-01:15PM
Paradies, M.

31 105 H ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1* 4.00 BT 301 LEC MW 02:00PM-03:15PM TBA

31 105 J ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1* 4.00 BT 203 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM TBA

31 105 KM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1* 4.00 BT 311 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
Paradies, M.

31 105 P ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1* 4.00 BT 201 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM TBA

31 105L 1 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB T 02:00PM-04:50PM TBA

31 105L 2 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA
31 105L 3 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB TH 02:00PM-04:50PM
Wagner, C.

31 105L 4 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB W 09:00AM-11:50AM TBA

31 105L 5 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

31 105L 6 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1(LAB)* BT 318 LAB F 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

31 106 C ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 HU 103 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM TBA
31-105

31 106 F ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2*+ 4.00 HU 103 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Jahn, W. 31-105

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

+Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

31 106 H ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 BT 311 LEC MW 02:00PM-03:15PM
Paradies, M. 31-105

31 106 J ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 BT 201 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Paradies, M. 31-105

31 106 KM ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 BT 301 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
Traeger, F. 31-105

31 106 P ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 HU 103 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM TBA
31-105

31 106L 1 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB T 02:00PM-04:50PM TBA

31 106L 2 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB W 02:00PM-04:50PM TBA

31 106L 3 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB F 09:00AM-11:50AM
Traeger, F.

31 106L 4 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB TH 02:00PM-04:50PM TBA

31 106L 5 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM
Traeger, F.

31 106L 6 ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section
31 111 G NUTRITION 3.00 BT 354 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Gullette, P.

31 111 N NUTRITION 3.00 BT 354 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Gullette, P.

31 115 KM ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION* 3.00 HU 107 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM
Zurovchak, J.

31 115L 1 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION(LAB)* BT 316 LAB T 01:00PM-03:50PM
Zurovchak, J.

31 115L 2 ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION(LAB)* BT 316 LAB TH 01:00PM-03:50PM
Zurovchak, J.

*Student must register for both the lecture and a lab section

31 121 C INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 HU 107 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM
Vacura, M.

31 121 D INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 HU 103 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM
Vacura, M

31 121 F INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 BT 303 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
VerHeyden, A.

31 121 J INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 HU 107 LEC TTH 10:00AM-10:50AM
Alford, T.

31 121 KM INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 BT 303 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L 1 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L 2 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB TH 02:00PM-04:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L 3 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

31 121L 4 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB T 02:00PM-04:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L 5 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB W 02:00PM-04:50PM TBA

31 121L 6 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB F 09:00AM-11:50AM Vacura,
M

31 121L 7 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB W 08:00AM-10:50AM
VerHeyden, A.

31 121L 8 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB F 01:00PM-03:50PM Vacura,
M

31 121L 9 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB W 11:00AM-01:50PM TBA
31 121L 10 INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB TH 11:00AM-01:50PM TBA

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

31 123 B DIVERSITY OF LIFE* 3.00 HU 107 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Zurovchak,
J.

31 123 H DIVERSITY OF LIFE* 3.00 HU 103 LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM Zurovchak,
J.

31 123 J DIVERSITY OF LIFE* 3.00 HU 103 LEC TTH 10:00AM-10:50AM
VerHeyden, A

31 123L 1 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB T 02:00PM-04:50PM Vacura,
M.

31 123L 2 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB W 10:00AM-12:50PM Stack, V.

31 123L 3 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM Stack,
V.

31 123L 4 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB F 10:00AM-12:50PM Stack, V.

31 123L 5 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB M 10:00AM-12:15PM
Zurovchak, J.

31 123L 6 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* HU 104 LAB F 02:00PM-04:50PM Stack, V.

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

31 150 J PREHISTORIC LIFE*+ 3.00 BT 354 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Jahn, W.

31 150 N PREHISTORIC LIFE*+ 3.00 BT 201 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Jahn, W.

This course will include a trip to the Museum of Natural History and
students must provide their own transportation

+Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

EVENING

(Lab portions are built into evening sections unless otherwise noted)

31 102 EA GENERAL BIOLOGY 2 4.00 HU 103 LEC MW 07:00PM-09:50PM Vacura, M
31-101

31 105 EA ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 4.00 BT 311 LEC MW 07:00PM-09:50PM
Sauer, M.

31 105 EF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 1 4.00 BT 303 LEC TTH 07:00PM-09:50PM
Wagner, C

31 106 EA ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 4.00 BT 303 LEC MW 07:00PM-09:50PM TBA
31-105
31 106 EF ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 4.00 BT 311 LEC TTH 04:00PM-06:50PM TBA
31-105

31 106 EG ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 4.00 BT 311 LEC TTH 07:00PM-09:50PM TBA
31-105

31 106 XS ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 BT 301 LEC S 08:00AM-10:50AM
Sauer, M. 31-105

31 106L XS ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 320 LAB S 12:00PM-02:50PM
Sauer, M.

*Student must register in 31-106-XS and 31-106L-XS

31 111 EA NUTRITION 3.00 BT 354 LEC M 04:00PM-06:45PM Chisamore, P

31 111 EN NUTRITION 3.00 BT 358 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM Chisamore, P

31 121 EA INTRODUCTION TO BIO* 3.00 HU 107 LEC M 06:00PM-07:50PM Alford,
T.

31 121L Y INTRODUCTION TO BIO(LAB)* HU 101 LAB W 06:00PM-08:50PM Alford,
T.

*Student must register in 31-121-EA and 31-121L-Y.

31 121 EI INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 HU 107 LEC TTH 04:00PM-4:50PM
Thomas, D.

 HU 101 LAB TTH 05:00PM-6:30PM

31 121 EF INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 HU 107 LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM
Thomas, D.

31 121L Z INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* HU 101 LAB TH 07:00PM-09:50PM
Thomas, D.

*Student must register in 31-121-EF and 31-121L-Z

DISTANCE LEARNING

31 109 DL BIOLOGY FOR TODAY* 3.00 Jahn, W.

31 150 DL PREHISTORIC LIFE*+ 3.00 Jahn, W.

+This course will include a trip to the Museum of Natural History and
students must provide their own transportation

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32
BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DEPT)

55 110 B INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM White, E.

55 110 C INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Fiorello,
B.

55 110 D INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Fiorello,
B.

55 110 F INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Brooks,
E.

55 110 M INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 203 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Brooks, E.

55 115 G ADVERTISING 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Fiorello, B.

55 120 D BUSINESS & SOCIETY 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM White, E.

55 120 I BUSINESS & SOCIETY 3.00 HA 203 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Brooks,
E.

55 120 J BUSINESS & SOCIETY* 3.00 HA 211B LEC T 09:30AM-10:45AM White, E.

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

55 121 D INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 11:00AM-
11:50AM Brooks, E.

55 122 B PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Winter, S.

55 122 C PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Capuano, B.

55 122 F PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Winter, S.

55 122 J PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00 HA 201 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Winter, S.

55 216 A PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Furman, D.

55 216 F PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Capuano, B.

55 216 I PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 211B LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
TBA

55 221 A BUSINESS LAW 1 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Markovits, S.

55 221 C BUSINESS LAW 1 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Markovits,
S.
55 221 M BUSINESS LAW 1 3.00 HA 211B LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Markovits,
S.

55 222 B BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Markovits, S.
55-221

55 222 C BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Meyer, E. 55-
221

55 222 F BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Meyer, E. 55-
221

55 222 J BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 HA 203 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Meyer, E. 55-
221

55 236 B PROBLEMS IN MARKETING 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Furman, D. 55-122

55 242 D ENTREPRENEURSHIP 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Capuano, B.

55 246 I HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 200 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Mullin, R.

55 246 J HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 200 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Mullin, R.

55 264 A INTERNSHIP:BUSINESS*+ 3.00 HA 210 LEC W 08:00AM-08:50AM Fleming,
L.

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

+Approval of Business Department Chair

EVENING

55 110 EN INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 HA 200 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM Smith,
R.E.

55 115 EN ADVERTISING 3.00 HA 201 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM Urmston, D.

55 120 EA BUS & SOCIETY 3.00 HA 200 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Brooks, E.

55 122 EF PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING 3.00 HA 201 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM
Winter, S.

55 216 EA PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 211B LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM
Furman, D.

55 221 EF BUSINESS LAW 1 3.00 HA 200 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM Markovits, S.

55 222 EJ BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 HA 211A LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM Linn, B. 55-
221
55 246 EF HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT 3.00 HA 211B LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM
Borko, J.

DISTANCE LEARNING

55 110 DL INTRODUCTION TO BUSINESS* 3.00 White, E.

55 121 DL INTRO INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS* 3.00 Brooks, E.

55 122 DL PRINCIPLES OF MARKETING* 3.00 Winter, S.

55 125 DL E-BUSINESS* 3.00 Terrizzi, C.

55 242 DL ENTREPRENEURSHIP* 3.00 Janeczek, T

55 246 DL HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT* 3.00 Fleming, L.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32


www.sunyorange.edu

11102H D Honors: Freshman English 2 3 credits MWF 11:00 – 11:50 AM

19101H F Honors Seminar: Monopoly Power 1 credit F 12:00 – 12:50 PM

19101H K Honors Seminar: Monopoly Power 1 credit TH 11:00 – 11:50 AM

19291H A Honors: Capstone Project 1 credit

23203H N Honors: Middle East 3 credits TTH 2:00 – 3:15 PM

27209H M Honors: Archaeology & Prehistory 3 credits TTH 12:30 – 1:45 PM

41102H J Honors: History of Art 2 3 credits TTH 9:30 – 10:45 AM

99197H F Honors: Concepts of Phys Wellness .5 credits MW 12:00 – 12:50 PM

99392H F Honors: Social Dance .5 credits MW 12:00 – 12:50 PM

SUNY ORANGE

HONORS PROGRAM

By joining the Honors Program, students may get an edge at
transfer time, have more impressive transcripts, and enjoy the personal
attention of specially-selected faculty as well as the company
of peers who are excited about learning.

Or you can sample the program by taking one of the following
courses:
CHEMISTRY (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

(See also: Geology, Physics, Physical Science)

34 104 MN APPLIED CHEMISTRY 2* 3.00 HO 001 LEC TTH 01:30PM-02:20PM
MacMahon, C. 34-103

34 104L 1 APPLIED CHEMISTRY 2 (LAB)* HO 007 LAB T 02:30PM-05:30PM
MacMahon, C.

*Students must register for both the lecture and the lab section

34 105 B GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1* 4.00 HO 001 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
MacMahon, T.

34 105L 1 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1 (LAB)* HO 002 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM
MacMahon, T.

34 105L 2 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 1 (LAB)* HO 007 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM
Fritsche, E

*Students must register for both the lecture and a lab section

34 106 C GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2* 4.00 HO 001 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
MacMahon, T. 34-105

34 106 D GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2* 4.00 HO 001 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
MacMahon, T. 34-105

34 106L 1 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2 (LAB)* HO 002 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM
MacMahon, T.

34 106L 2 GENERAL CHEMISTRY 2 (LAB)* HO 002 LAB TH 02:00PM-04:50PM
MacMahon, T.

*Students must register for both the lecture and a lab section

37 110 F ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
MacMahon, C.

37 110 G ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM
MacMahon, C.

37 110L 1 ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ HO 007 LAB W 02:00PM-03:50PM
MacMahon, C.

37 110L 2 ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ HO 007 LAB TH 02:30PM-04:20PM
MacMahon, C.

*Student must register for both a lecture and a lab.

+Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

EVENING
(Lab portion built into evening sections)

34 202 EF ORGANIC CHEMISTRY 2 4.00 HO 005 LEC TTH 03:00PM-05:45PM Leung,
P. 34-201

37 110 EF ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS* 3.00 HO 011 LEC T 06:30PM-10:15PM
Biddle, M.

37 110 EI ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC TW 03:00PM-05:00PM
MacMahon, T.

37 110 EJ ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS* 3.00 HO 001 LEC W 06:30PM-10:15PM
Haas, J.

37 110 EN ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS* 3.00 HO 001 LEC TH 06:30PM-10:15PM
Haas, J.

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

COLLEGE AND CAREER SKILLS (INTERDEPARTMENTAL)

26 100 D CAREER PLANNING* 1.00 CC SSC LEC M 11:00AM-11:50AM Newman, L.

*Course runs full semester

26 100 IJ CAREER PLANNING* 1.00 CC SSC LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Newman, L.

*Second half semester course beginning 3/8

57 100 KM COLLEGE SUCCESS SEMINAR* 2.00 BT 119 LEC TH 02:00PM-04:00PM TBA

*Course runs full semester

COLLEGE SUCCESS SERIES

26 102 G1 COLLEGE LIFE SKILLS* 1.00 CC SSC LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Scalia, A.

*Course runs 1/16 through 2/19

58 180 G2 STRESS MANAGEMENT* 1.00 PE 241 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Stepp,S.

*Course runs 2/21 through 4/2

26 100 G3 CAREER PLANNING* 1.00 CC SSC LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Speranza,
J.

*Course runs 4/4 through 5/7

FREE SHUTTLE SERVICE - SPRING 2007

Please note: THERE IS NO SHUTTLE SERVICE EVENINGS OR SATURDAYS
 Leave Newburgh. Arrive Middletown. Leave Middletown Arrive Newburgh

 7:00 am 7:45 am 8:00 am ** 8:45 am

 9:00 am * 9:45 am 10:00 am ** 10:45 am

 11:00 am 11:45 am 12:00 Noon 12:45 pm

 1:00 pm 1:45 pm 2:00 pm 2:45 pm

 3:00 pm 3:45 pm 4:00 pm 4:45 pm

 5:00 pm 5:45 pm 6:00 pm 6:45 pm

 * Tuesday and Thursday shuttle leaves Newburgh at 8:45 am instead of
9:00 am to get students to 9:30 am classes.

 ** Tuesday and Thursday shuttle leaves Middletown at 7:45 am and 9:45 am
instead of 8:00 am and 10:00 am.

ALL STUDENTS MUST HAVE A CURRENT STUDENT I.D. CARD TO RIDE THE SHUTTLE

Kindercollege

Quality educational child care for children of students.

Call 341-4165 in Middletown

562-3161 in Newburgh

www.sunyorange.edu/kindercollege
COMMUNICATION (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

13 110 A FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Schaefer, H.

13 110 B FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Schaefer, H.

13 110 B1 FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 111 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Fedrizzi, L.

13 110 C FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Lehtinen, J.

13 110 C1 FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 023 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
O’Connor, C

13 110 D FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Lehtinen, J.

13 110 D1 FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 108 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
O’Connor, C

13 110 FG FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 HA 105 LEC MW 12:00PM-01:15PM
Testa, D.

13 110 GH FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC MW 01:00PM-02:15PM
O’Connor, C

13 110 I FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Schaefer, H.

13 110 J FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
O’Connor, C

13 110 KM FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 023 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
Lehtinen, J.

13 110 N FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 108 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Testa, D.

13 114 J THE SPEAKING VOICE 3.00 OH 108 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Lehtinen,
J.

13 201 KN TV PRODUCTION 1 3.00 HA TV LEC TH 12:00PM-02:50PM Fedrizzi, L.

13 202 GH TV PRODUCTION 2 3.00 HA TV LEC MW 01:00PM-02:15PM Fedrizzi, L.
13-201

13 202 KN TV PRODUCTION 2 3.00 HA TV LEC T 12:00PM-02:50PM Fedrizzi, L.
13-201

13 222 KM SMALL GROUP COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 033 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
O’Connor, C
EVENING

13 110 EA FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 108 LEC M 04:00PM-06:45PM
Scharfenberger,

13 110 EF FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 108 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM
Testa, D.

13 110 EN FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 026 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM
Salkowsky, D.

13 110 EO FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 OH 108 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM
O’Connor, C

13 116 EO INTRO TO RADIO & TELEVISION 3.00 OH 026 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM
Heppner, R.

13 201 EJ TV PRODUCTION 1 3.00 HA TV LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM Fedrizzi, L.

14 110 X THEATER & COMM PRACTICUM* 1.00 TBA TBA LEC F 07:30AM-07:35AM
O’Connor, C

*Course to be arranged by instructor; contact C. O'Connor

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

55 150 IJ COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 3.00 BT 117 LEC TTH 08:00AM-
10:20AM Witkowski, D.

55 161 AB MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS*+ 3.00 BT 113 LEC WF 08:00AM-09:50AM
Witkowski, R.

*Prerequisite: 55-166, 55-169, 55-170 or placement by department

+Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

55 161 CD MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS* 3.00 BT 115 LEC MW 10:00AM-11:50AM
Giorgianni, T.

55 161 GH MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS* 3.00 BT 113 LEC MW 01:00PM-02:50PM
Giorgianni, T.

55 161 KM MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS* 3.00 BT 121 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:50PM
Witkowski, D.

*Co-requisite: 55-106

55 164 XS CIS INTERNSHIP*+ 3.00 TBA TBA Witkowski, D.

*Prerequisite: 55-166, 55-169, 55-170 or placement by department

*Meeting times and location to be arranged by instructor.
55 165 MN DATA COMMUNICATIONS* 3.00 BT 119 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:50PM
Witkowski, R. 55-150

*Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

55 166 GH SYSTEMS ANALYSIS 3.00 BT 117 LEC MW 01:00PM-02:50PM Witkowski,
D. 55-150

55 168 CD COMPUTER PROGRAMMING 1 3.00 BT 119 LEC MW 10:00AM-11:50AM
Witkowski, D. 55-106, 55-150

55 171 IJ C PROGRAMMING* 3.00 BT 113 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM Witkowski,
R. 55-150, 38-210

*Web Enhanced Required, see box page 32

55 173 DF INTERNET & HTML*+ 3.00 BT 113 LEC MW 11:00AM-12:50PM Witkowski,
R.

*Students who have successfully computed 55-294, 55-295 and 55-296 are
not eligible to take this course

+Web Enhanced Required, see box, page 32

55 228 AB ADV NETWORK INSTALL & ADMIN 3.00 BT 115 LEC MW 08:00AM-09:50AM
Giorgianni, T. 55-176

55 297 MN INTRO UNIX/LINUX 3.00 BT 115 LEC TTH 01:30PM-03:20PM
Giorgianni, T. 55-161

EVENING

55 161 EN MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS* 3.00 BT 121 LEC TH 06:00PM-10:00PM
TBA

*Co-requisite: 55-106

55 173 EF INTERNET & HTML* 3.00 BT 113 LEC T 06:00PM-10:00PM TBA

*Students who have successfully computed 55-294, 55-295 and 55-296 are
not eligible to take this course

55 177 EA E-COMMERCE APPLICATIONS 3.00 BT 113 LEC M 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA
55-173

55 225 EJ JAVA & WEB PAGE PROGRAMMING 3.00 BT 115 LEC W 06:30PM-10:30PM
TBA 55-173

55 227 EF INTERNET SERVERS 3.00 BT 121 LEC T 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA 55-166,
55-225

55 229 EN NETWORK SERVICES & APPLICATION 3.00 BT 115 LEC TH 06:30PM-
10:30PM TBA 55-176
DISTANCE LEARNING

55 150 DL COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS* 3.00 Witkowski, R.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32
COMPUTER SCIENCE (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT)

38 130 A COMPUTERS & COMPUTING 3.00 HA 307 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Rickard, P.

38 211 D COMPUTER SCIENCE 2* 4.00 HA 313 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Falah,B.
38-210

38 211L 1 COMPUTER SCIENCE 2(LAB)* HA 309 LAB TH 01:00PM-02:50PM Falah,B.

38 211L 2 COMPUTER SCIENCE 2(LAB)* HA 309 LAB TH 10:00AM-11:50AM Falah,B.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

38 231 H COMPUTER ORGAN & ASSEMB LANG 3.00 HA 307 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Wang, M. 38-212

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPT)

28 101 A CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 BT 354 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM O’Loughlin,
D.

28 101 H CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 BT 358 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Ogden, L.

28 101 N CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 HU 203 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM O’Loughlin,
D.

28 106 I POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 3.00 BT 352 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Jurain, R.

28 106 N POLICE COMMUNITY RELATIONS 3.00 BT 311 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Jurain, R.

28 107 G CRITICAL ISSUES IN LAW ENFORCEMENT 3.00 BT 352 LEC MWF 01:00PM-
01:50PM Gensch, J.

28 110 F CRIMINOLOGY 3.00 BT 352 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Gensch, J.

28 110 J CRIMINOLOGY 3.00 BT 301 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Gensch, J.

67 210 I CRIMINAL LAW 3.00 HA 214 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Meyer, E. 28-
101

69 101 C POLICE ORG & ADMINISTRATION 3.00 BT 270 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Gensch, J. 28-101

69 101 I POLICE ORG & ADMINISTRATION 3.00 BT 354 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Gensch, J. 28-101

69 102 M PATROL OPERATIONS 3.00 HA 214 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Jurain, R.
28-101

69 105 A INDUSTRIAL & PRIV SECURITY 3.00 BT 117 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Woods, P
69 105 J INDUSTRIAL & PRIV SECURITY 3.00 BT 352 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Graham, K.

69 204 H CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 2 3.00 BT 352 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Giffen, M.

69 204 M CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 2 3.00 BT 352 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Graham, K.

69 206 N CRIMINALISTICS 3.00 BT 352 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Graham, K.
28-101 69-203

69 208 XS INTERNSHIP CRIMINAL JUSTICE* 3.00 HU 205 LEC M 12:00PM-12:50PM
O’Loughlin, D 69-204

*Student must be a Criminal Justice Major, have completed 30 credits or
more, have a CQPA of 2.5 or higher, have permission of Dept. Chair


EVENING

28 101 EN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 BT 270 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM Gillespie,
J.

28 107 EJ CRITICAL ISSUES LAW ENFORCEMENT 3.00 BT 364 LEC W 07:00PM-
09:45PM Rickard Jr., P.

28 110 EN CRIMINOLOGY 3.00 BT 354 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM Woods, P

29 101 EA JUVENILE OFFENDER 3.00 BT 352 LEC M 04:00PM-06:45PM Sarett, J

29 101 EN JUVENILE OFFENDER 3.00 BT 352 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM Green, D.

67 210 EF CRIMINAL LAW 3.00 BT 354 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM McCormick, D.
28-101

68 103 EF TREAT OF CRIMINAL & DELINQUENT 3.00 BT 301 LEC T 07:00PM-
09:45PM TBA 28-101

69 101 EJ POLICE ORGANIZATION & ADMIN 3.00 BT 354 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Krajewski, P. 28-101

69 203 EF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 1 3.00 BT 352 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

69 204 EA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 2 3.00 BT 352 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Graham, K.

69 206 EJ CRIMINALISTICS 3.00 BT 301 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Graham, K. 28-
101 69-203

 69-204

DENTAL HYGIENE (DENTAL HYGIENE DEPT)
61 102 KM PREV ORAL HEALTH 2*+ 5.00 BT 358 LEC T 12:00PM-01:50PM Smith,
R.

61 102L 1 PREV ORAL HEALTH 2(LAB)* BT 223 LAB M 09:00AM-11:50AM Smith, R.

 BT 223 LAB W 09:00AM-04:50PM

+Prerequisite: CPR Certification, 31-122,34-110,61-101, 61-103

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab

61 104 BC DENTAL RADIOLOGY+*++ 3.00 BT 311 LEC F 09:00AM-10:50AM Walsh,
D.

61 104L 1 DENTAL RADIOLOGY(LAB)* BT 223 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM McGinnis-
Adamo,

61 104L 2 DENTAL RADIOLOGY(LAB)* BT 223 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM McGinnis-
Adamo,

+Prerequisite: 31-122, 61-101, 61-103

*Student must register for both a lecture and a lab

++Web Enhanced Required Course - See box, page 32

61 106 DF ORAL HEALTH EDUCATION* 2.00 BT 358 LEC F 11:00AM-12:50PM
Atwood, M.

*Prerequisite: 31-122, 34-110, 61-101, 61-103

61 202 H PREV ORAL HEALTH 4*+ 5.00 BT 203 LEC M 01:00PM-01:50PM McGinnis-
Adamo, M

61 202L 1 PREV ORAL HEALTH 4 (LAB)* BT 223 LAB TTH 01:00PM-04:50PM
McGinnis-Adamo, M

 BT 223 LAB F 09:00AM-04:50PM

+Pre-requisites: CPR Certification,31-111,61-107,61-201, 61-203,61-
205,61-207,61-209

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab

61 203 GH PHARMACOLOGY* 2.00 BT 303 LEC M 01:00PM-03:00PM Smith, R.

*Prerequisite: 31-122, 34-110,61-101,61-103,64-104,61-107
DENTAL HYGIENE (DENTAL HYGIENE DEPT) continued

61 206 A COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH*+ 2.00 HU 208 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM
Atwood, M.

61 206L 1 COMMUNITY DENTAL HEALTH(LAB)* HU 208 LAB M 09:00AM-11:50AM
Atwood, M.

+Prerequisite: 31-111, 61-107, 61-201,61-203,61-205,61-207,61-209

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab section

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (EDUCATION DEPT)

71 102 G CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 3.00 HU 205 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Tarvin,
E. 71-101

71 103 DG INTRO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC+ 3.00 HU 208 LEC W 11:00AM-01:50PM
Carlson, N. 11-101

+Local day-time site observations beyond college class attendance

71 105 NP TEACHING YOUNG CHILDREN 2.00 HU 211 LEC T 02:00PM-03:50PM
Burns, P.

71 107 F MANDATED TRAINING 1.00 HU 205 LEC W 12:00PM-12:50PM Tarvin, E.

71 203 D INFANT & TODDLER DEVELOPMENT*+ 3.00 HU 208 LEC F 11:00AM-12:50PM
Burns, P.

*Prerequisites: 25-111,71-101,71-102,71-104

+Local day-time site observations beyond college class attendance

71 205 FH CHILD FIELD EXPER 2* 5.00 HU 208 LEC M 12:00PM-02:50PM Carlson,
N. 71-204

*Local day-time site observations beyond college class attendance.

71 207 MN SOC & PHIL IN EDUCATION 3.00 BT 364 LEC TH 12:30PM-03:15PM
Tarvin, E. 11-101

71 208 I HOME, SCHOOL, & COMMUNITY 3.00 BT 264 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Burns, P. 71-101

EVENING

71 102 EA CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 3.00 BT 117 LEC M 06:00PM-08:50PM TBA 71-
101

71 103 EJ INTRO EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUC+ 3.00 HU 202 LEC W 05:00PM-07:45PM
Carlson, N. 11-101

+Local day-time site observations beyond college class attendance
71 104 EF CHILDHOOD HEALTH & SAFETY 3.00 BT 362 LEC T 04:30PM-07:20PM
Chapman, P.

71 107 EN MANDATED TRAINING* 1.00 BT 119 LEC TH 05:00PM-06:45PM Tarvin,
E.

*First Half Accelerated course, see box, below

71 206 EJ ADMIN & MGMT OF

 CHILD CARE CENTERS* 3.00 BT 362 LEC W 07:00PM-09:50PM Diemer, C. 71-204

*Prerequisite: 71-101, 71-102, 71-201,71-204


SUNY ORANGE

Accelerated Courses at SUNY Orange

Accelerated courses meet for the same number of total hours as a full
semester course, but in a shorter number of weeks.
For example, a three credit (45 hour) course is completed in 6, 7, 8, or
9 weeks rather than the traditional 15 weeks.

FIRST HALF SEMESTER

57206 N1 Adv Clinical Calc BT 303 T 2:00 – 3:50 PM

57206 N2 Adv Clinical Calc HU 211 TH 3:00 – 4:50 PM

71107 EN Mandated Training BT 119 TH 5:00 – 6:45 PM

71107 TN Mandated Training KEY 316 TH 7:00 – 8:50 PM

* Accelerated courses meet FIRST HALF of the semester, ending March 7,
2007. Half Semester Refund Policy applies (see Refund Policy, page 7).

SECOND HALF SEMESTER

11297B TA Special Studies: Coming to America KEY 209 MW 4:00 – 6:45 PM

+ Accelerated courses meet SECOND HALF of the semester beginning the week
of March 8. Half Semester Refund Policy applies (see Refund Policy, page
7).

+ Hybrid Course – meets once a week in class, once a week on-line, see
box page 7

Note: Financial Aid recipients who register for late-starting or second-
half accelerated courses may experience a delay in receiving financial
aid
payouts. To be eligible to receive any state financial aid funds, a
student must be registered in at least one 3-credit or more course that
runs the
entire 15 week semester.
ECONOMICS (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

21 201 A MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Farah, A.

21 201 B MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Farah, A.

21 201 H MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Odock, V.

21 201 J MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HU 205 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Farah, A.

21 201 M MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 BT 270 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Farah, A.

21 202 F MICRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Odock, V.

21 202 G MICRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Odock, V.

21 202 I MICRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HU 210 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Farah, A.

EVENING

21 201 EA MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 BT 354 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM Farah, A.

21 202 EF MICRO ECONOMICS 3.00 HU 209 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM Odock, V.

DISTANCE LEARNING

21 201 DL MACRO ECONOMICS* 3.00 Farah, A.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

51 104 H DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 1* 4.00 BT 201 LEC MW 02:00PM-03:15PM
Steane, F.

51 104L 1 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 1* BT 251 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM Steane, F.

51 104L 2 DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 1(LAB)* BT 251 LAB TH 12:30PM-03:20PM
Steane, F.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

51 120 FG COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC MF 12:00PM-01:15PM Steane, F.

51 120 I COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Kneiser, T

51 120 J COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:50AM Kneiser, T

51 120 KM COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM Kneiser,
T

51 210 N WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS*+ 3.00 BT 253 LEC TTH 02:00PM-02:50PM
Bartlett, A. 51-201
51 210L 1 WIRELESS COMMUNICATIONS(LAB)* BT 253 LAB TTH 03:00PM-04:50PM
Bartlett, A. 51-208

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section.

+Co-requisite: 11-161-EN Tech Writing Module

EVENING

51 106 EA TELECOMMUNICATIONS 1* 3.00 BT 357 LEC M 07:00PM-09:00PM Steane,
J. 51-101, 38-117

51 106L Y TELECOMMUNICATIONS(LAB)* BT 357 LEC W 06:30PM-09:30PM Steane,
J.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section.

51 120 EA COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC M 06:00PM-08:50PM Lord, D.

51 120 EJ COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 BT 115 LEC W 03:30PM-06:20PM Lord, D.

51 202 EA ELECTRONICS 2* 4.00 BT 253 LEC M 05:00PM-07:50PM Bartlett, A.
51-201

51 202L W ELECTRONICS 2(LAB)* BT 253 LAB W 05:00PM-07:50PM Bartlett, A.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab.

51 208 EA DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2 4.00 BT 253 LEC M 08:00PM-10:50PM
Bartlett, A. 51-104

51 208L W LAB DIGITAL ELECTRONICS 2(LAB)* BT 253 LAB W 08:00PM-10:50PM
Bartlett, A.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab.

51 230 XS FIELD EXPERIENCE TECH 1* 2.00 Steane, F.

*Meeting times and location to be arranged by instructor.

EVENING COMPUTER TECH SERIES

51 131 EF COMPUTER TECH 1* 1.00 BT 255 LEC TTH 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA

*Meets 01/16 - 02/08

51 132 EF COMPUTER TECH 2* 1.00 BT 255 LEC TTH 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA

*Meets 02/13 - 3/08

51 133 EF COMPUTER TECH 3* 1.00 BT 255 LEC TTH 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA

*Meets 03/13 - 04/05
51 134 EF COMPUTER TECH 4* 1.00 BT 255 LEC TTH 06:30PM-10:30PM TBA

*Meets 4/10 - 05/07
ENGINEERING (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

53 102 KM ENGINEERING 2+* 3.00 HA 313 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM Davies, D.

53 102L 1 ENGINEERING 2(LAB)* HA 314 LAB M 02:00PM-03:50PM Davies, D.

53 102L 2 ENGINEERING 2(LAB)* HA 314 LEC F 02:00PM-03:50PM Davies, D.

+Co-requisite: 38-107 or 38-109 or higher

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

53 206 F MECHANICS 2 4.00 HA 312 LEC MWF 12:00PM-01:15PM Wolbeck, J. 53-
205

53 212 C CIRCUIT THEORY 3.00 HA 316 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Feinberg, R.
35-203

EVENING

Lab portions built into evening sections

53 102 EN ENGINEERING 2* 3.00 HA 303 LEC TH 06:00PM-09:45PM Falah, B.

*Co-requisite: 38-107 or 38-109 or higher

53 220 EJ INTRO TO SOLID MECHANICS 3.00 HA 312 LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM
Wolbeck, J. 53-205, 38-207

ENGLISH (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

11 030 F BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] HA 109 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Chedister, D.

11 030 M BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] HA 103 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Kreitzer, A.

11 030 M1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] HA 105 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
TBA

*Required: Weekly Writing Center Hr. - location HA 1st floor

11 040 A2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Colville, P

11 040 B1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 103 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
TBA

11 040 C1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 103 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Solonche, J.

11 040 C2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Siegel, J.
11 040 F1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 103 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Sandor, A.

11 040 G1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 103 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Siegel, J.

11 040 G2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Saari, G.

11 040 H BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 201 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Svensson, J.

11 040 J1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Siegel, J.

11 040 J2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 101 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Meagher, S.

11 040 M1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 101 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Stroms, L.

11 040 M2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 201 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Sculley, P.

11 040 N1 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] BT 270 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
TBA

11 040 N2 BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 103 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Doty, B.

*Prerequisite: 11-030 or placement

11 050 F READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] BT 354 LEC MWF 12:00PM-
12:50PM Keeney, J.

11 050 J READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] BT 362 LEC TTH 09:30AM-
10:45AM D’Ambra, E.

11 050 P READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] BT 358 LEC TTH 03:30PM-
04:45PM Lesikin, J.

*Required: Weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in BT, 3rd floor

11 060 B READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 364 LEC MWF 09:00AM-
09:50AM D’Ambra, E.

11 060 C READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 364 LEC MWF 10:00AM-
10:50AM D’Ambra, E.

11 060 D READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 362 LEC MWF 11:00AM-
11:50AM Pendergast, S.

11 060 G READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 362 LEC MWF 01:00PM-
01:50PM Pendergast, S.
11 060 H READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 362 LEC MWF 02:00PM-
02:50PM Keeney, J.

11 060 M READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+** [3.00] BT 362 LEC TTH 12:30PM-
01:45PM Graff, S.

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in BT, 3rd floor

**Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 060 N READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+ [3.00] BT 362 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
03:15PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in BT, 3rd floor

11 070 G ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE [3.00] BT 264 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Wright, K.

11 081 F ESL READING/WITH SUPPORT* [3.00] BT 362 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
D’Ambra, E.

11 089 M1 ESL READING SUPPORT MODULE* [1.00] BT 264 LEC T 12:00PM-12:50PM
D’Ambra, E.

11 089 M2 ESL READING SUPPORT MODULE* [1.00] BT 358 LEC TH 12:00PM-
12:50PM D’Ambra, E.

*Co-requisite course: 11-089-M1 or M2

11 101 H2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1/WITH SUPPORT*+ 3.00 HA 107 LEC MWF 02:00PM-
02:50PM Jakubowski, A.

11 091 F1 SUPPORT MODULE (11101)* [1.00] BT 260 LEC M 12:00PM-12:50PM
Jakubowski, A.

11 091 F2 SUPPORT MODULE (11101)* [1.00] BT 260 LEC W 12:00PM-12:50PM
Jakubowski, A.

*Student must sign up for both the Freshman English section and one of
the Support Module sections.

+Reserved for students who place into Eng 11-091; permission is required
to register into this section.
11 101 B1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 107 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Doty,
B.

11 101 B2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 358 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Solonche, J.

11 101 C1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 OH 108 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM TBA

11 101 C2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 264 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Wright,
K.

11 101 D FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 264 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Wright,
K.

11 101 F1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 OH 109 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Solonche, J.

11 101 F2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Browne,
M.

11 101 F3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Torda,
E.

11 101 F4 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1*+ 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Doyle,
K

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 101 G1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Browne,
M.

11 101 G2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM TBA

11 101 G3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Doty,
B.

11 101 H1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 203 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Platt,
G.

11 101 H3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1*+ 3.00 HA 103 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Doyle,
K.

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 101 I FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 358 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Malia,
K.

11 101 I1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 101 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM TBA

11 101 J1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1*+ 3.00 BT 270 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Slichta, C.

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32
11 101 J2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 214 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Solonche, J.

11 101 M1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 107 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Browne,
M.

11 101 N FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 211B LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Doyle,
K.

**Prerequisite: 11-040 or placement. Students who placed into any
developmental reading course, 11-060 must be completed prior to enrolling
in 11-101

11 102 A1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 BT 364 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Sandor,
A. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 B1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 BT 362 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Sandor,
A. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 B2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 105 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Parker,
D. 11-101

11 102 B3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Tarvin,
J. 11-101

11 102 C1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 BT 362 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Givant,
J. 11-101

11 102 C2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Tarvin,
J. 11-101

11 102 D1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 BT 354 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Givant,
J. 11-101

11 102 D2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 103 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Meagher,
S. 11-101

11 102 D3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 303 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Svensson, J. 11-101

11 102 F1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Parker,
D. 11-101

11 102 F2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 HA 107 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Saari,
G. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 G1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2+ 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Torda,
E. 11-101
+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 H1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Meagher,
S. 11-101

11 102 H2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 200 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Krietzer,A. 11-101

11 102 I1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 107 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Meagher,
S. 11-101

11 102 I2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 BT 364 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Givant,
J. 11-101

11 102 I3 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 BT 362 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Svensson, J. 11-101

11 102 J1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 BT 358 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Parker,
D. 11-101

11 102 J2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 HU 211 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Saari,
G. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 M1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 HU 211 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Saari,
G. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 M2 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 207 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM TBA 11-
101

11 102 N FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 200 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Tarvin,
J. 11-101

11 102 N1 FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 107 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Goldman,
P 11-101

11 102H D HON: FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2*+** 3.00 MO 001 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Doyle, K. 11-101

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14

**Web Enhanced required - see box, page 32

11 120 F INTRO TO MYTHOLOGY 3.00 BT 364 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Platt, G.
11-101

11 161 G1 TECHNICAL WRITING MODULE*+ 1.50 BT 260 LEC F 12:00PM-12:50PM
Jakubowski, A.
*Co-requisite: 63-107-IJ

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 204 C WORLD LIT: ENLIGHTENMENT 3.00 HA 105 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Doty, B. 11-102

11 206 M DRAMA CONTEMPORARY 3.00 HU 208 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Malia, K.
11-102

11 208 N ENGLISH LIT: 19 AND EARLY 20 CENT* 3.00 HU 210 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
03:15PM Browne, M. 11-102

*Web Enhanced required - see box, page 32

11 210 H AMERICAN LIT 1865-PRES 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Tarvin, J. 11-102

11 212 I CREATIVE WRITING POETRY 3.00 BT 270 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Parker, D. 11-102
ENGLISH (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT) continued

11 215 G SHAKESPEARE* 3.00 HA 201 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Warrener, M.
11-102

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 220 D WOMEN WRITERS 3.00 HA 101 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Siegel, J. 11-
102

11 221 B CONTEMPORARY SHORT STORY 3.00 OH 109 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Svensson, J. 11-102

11 222 J CONTEMPORARY NOVEL 3.00 BT 264 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Wright,
K. 11-102

11 225 N INTERNATIONAL LIT: NON-EUROPEAN 3.00 HU 207 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
03:15PM Torda, E. 11-102

11 297A N SPEC STUDIES LIT: SCIENCE FICTION* 3.00 HU 201 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
03:15PM Jakubowski, A. 11-102

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

EVENING

11 030 EN BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] HA 101 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM
TBA

*Required: Weekly Writing Center Hr. - location HA 1st floor

11 040 EA BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA

11 040 EF BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC TTH 05:30PM-06:45PM
TBA

11 040 EJ BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] HA 107 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-030 or placement

11 050 EJ READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] BT 358 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
TBA

*Required: Weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in BT, 3rd floor

11 060 EA READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2* [3.00] BT 364 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
TBA

11 060 EF READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2* [3.00] BT 364 LEC TTH 04:00PM-
05:15PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr.
11 101 EA FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 101 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

11 101 EF FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HU 211 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

11 101 EJ FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 264 LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

11 101 EN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 HA 103 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Jakubowski, A.

11 101 EO FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 BT 362 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-040 or placement. Students who placed into any
developmental reading course, 11-060 must be completed prior to enrolling
in 11-101

11 102 EA FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 207 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM Reape, T.
11-101

11 102 EF FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 103 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Januario,
M. 11-101

11 102 EJ FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 201 LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM Schadt, N.
11-101

11 102 EK FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 207 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM Januario,
M. 11-101

11 102 EN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HU 201 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM Parker,
D. 11-101

11 102 XS FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 HA 201 LEC S 09:00AM-11:45AM Keating,
K. 11-101

11 161 EN TECH WRITING MODULE* 1.50 BT 260 LEC TH 05:00PM-05:50PM
Jakubowski, A.

*Co-requisite: 51-210

11 209 EA AM LIT: TO THE CIVIL WAR* 3.00 BT 264 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM
Saari, G. 11-102

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 221 EJ CONTEMPORARY SHORT STORY 3.00 HA 203 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA
11-102

11 223 EF CONTEMPORARY POETRY* 3.00 HA 101 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Doyle,
K. 11-102

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

DISTANCE LEARNING
11 222 DL CONTEMPORARY NOVEL 3.00 Sandor, A. 11-102

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

A New Option for you!

Monday

38103 QF Elementary Algebra (3 credits) 12:00-2:45 pm

26110 QO Social Problems (3 credits) 3:00 - 5:45 pm

Tuesday

55216 QM Principles of Management (3 credits) 12:30 – 3:15 pm

28110 QP Criminology (3 credits) 3:00 – 5:45 pm

Wednesday

31111 QF Nutrition (3 credits) 12:00 - 2:45 pm

41103 QF Drawing I (3 credits) 12:00 - 2:45 pm

11101 QO Freshman English I (3 credits) 3:00 – 5:45 pm


‘PM Express’

Earn college credits
attending afternoon
classes that meet
once a week at the
Newburgh Extension
Center:

Newburgh Extension Center

SUNY ORANGE

Space is limited! See your advisor for details.
FIELD STUDIES TRAVEL (ENGLISH & SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

11 192 S LIT: TIME & PLACE IRISH RENAISSANCE 1.00 TBA TBA Malia, K.

*Trip Date March 16th - March 24th. For information regarding seminar
component and trip information contact K. Malia @ 341-4005.

26 205 X FIELD STUDY-GREECE 1.00 Kontos, D

*Trip Date: March 16th - March 25th.

26 210 X INT. SEMINAR-GREECE 2.00 HU 211 LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM Kontos, D.

*Seminar dates: Consecutive Wednesdays - Feb. 21, 28, Mar. 7, 14, and 28

26 205 Y FIELD STUDY-ITALY* 1.00 Guitierrez, E.

*Trip Date: March 16th - March 25th

26 210 Y INT. SEMINAR-ITALY* 2.00 HA 203 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Guitierrez, E.

*Seminar dates: Consecutive Tuesdays - Feb. 20, 27, Mar. 6, 13, and 27.

Spring Break 2007

Field Studies International Seminar & Travel/Learn Programs

March 16 - March 25, 2007

Open to students, faculty, staff and the general public (1-3 liberal arts
credits available for full-time students)

Greece

Cost: $1,998

(plus airport taxes)

Visit Athens, Delphi, Meteora,
Macedonia, Pella, Vergina,
Dion, and Mt. Olympus.

Includes RT airfare, hotels, all
breakfasts and three diners,
guided tours and all ground
transportation.

Entrance to all archeological sites and
museums.

All participants must register for

SUNY Orange Field Studies Course #26205.
For further information, contact Professor Demosthenes Kontos at
341-4370 or Professor Paul Basinski at 341-4828

Italy

Cost: $2,248 (students under 21)

$2,613 (students/adults 21 and over)

Includes RT airfare, hotels, most meals,
guided tours.

• Preliminary informational meetings prior to
departure.

• Venice: St. Mark’s Square, Basilica, the Bridge of
Sighs, Doge’s Palace

• Florence: Palacio Vecchio, Dante’s house & Pisa guided excursion

• Assisi: Saint Francis Basilica

• Rome: Sistine Chapel, Trevi Fountain, St. Peter’s Basilica, Colosseum,
Forum Romanum

• Sorrento, Capri, Pompeii

For registration, contact Explorica Website: www.myexplorica.
com and enter Tour Center ID: Gutierrez-6589 or contact Professor
Edgar Gutierrez, 341-4067 (egutierr@sunyorange.edu).

All participants must register for

SUNY Orange Field Studies Course #26205.


Summer 2007

Field Studies International Seminar

July 13 – July 21, 2007

Open to students, faculty, staff and the general public (3 liberal
arts credits available for full-time students)


Peru

Inca Civilization

and the Spanish Conquest

Cost: $2,500
Includes RT airfare, hotels,
most meals, guided tours.

• Informative lectures/slide shows prior to departure

• Optional stay in a jungle lodge in the Amazon region

• In-country Peruvian guide

• Tour the “Lost City” of the Incas, Machu Picchu

• Hike on the Inca Trail in the Andes

• Visit native markets at hinchero and Pisac

• Tour Cuzco and Lima

• Visit the Sacred Valley of the Incas, the Urubamba; Inca sites of
Tambo Machay, Kenko and Saqsayhuaman; Museum of the
Nation and Museum of the Spanish Inquisition in Lima

All participants must register for

SUNY Orange Field Studies Course #26205.

For further information and registration forms, contact Professor
Barry D. Kass at (845) 341-4363 or email bkass@sunyorange.edu
FOREIGN LANGUAGES (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

46 102 M ELEMENTARY ITALIAN 2 3.00 OH 108 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Gutierrez, E. 46-101

48 101 H ELEMENTARY SPANISH 1 3.00 HA 105 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM Cowan,
J.

48 101 I ELEMENTARY SPANISH 1 3.00 HA 105 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Cowan,
J.

48 102 F ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 HU 211 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gutierrez, E.

48 102 J ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 HA 103 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Cowan,
J.

48 102 N ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 HA 101 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Gutierrez, E.

*Prerequisite: 48-101 or instructor placement

48 202 F INTERMEDIATE SPANISH 2* 3.00 OH 108 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Cowan, J.

*Prerequisite: 48-201 or instructor placement

EVENING

44 102 EN ELEMENTARY FRENCH 2* 3.00 HA 105 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM Onofry,
L.

*Prerequisite: 44-101 or instructor placement

48 101 EA ELEMENTARY SPANISH 1 3.00 HA 203 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM
Gutierrez, E.

48 102 EF ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 HA 101 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM Kerr,
K.

*Prerequisite: 48-101 or instructor placement

GEOGRAPHY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

22 120 C PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY* 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM O’Brien,
L.

22 120 J PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY* 3.00 HU 209 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM O’Brien,
L.

22 120 M PHYSICAL GEOGRAPHY* 3.00 HU 209 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM O’Brien,
L.
*Note: As of Fall 2002 this course does not fulfill the Social Science
requirement for any degree

GEOLOGY (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

(See also: Chemistry and Physics/Physical Sciences)

36 110 F PHYSICAL GEOLOGY* 4.00 HO 012 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM O’Brien,
L.

36 110L 1 PHYSICAL GEOLOGY* HO 012 LAB M 01:00PM-02:50PM O’Brien, L.

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab section

EVENING

Lab portion built into evening section.

36 110 EF PHYSICAL GEOLOGY 4.00 HO 012 LEC T 06:00PM-10:30PM O’Brien, L.

36 112 EN HISTORICAL GEOLOGY 3.00 HA 012 LEC TH 04:00PM-08:30PM O=Brien,
L.

HISTORY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

23 103 A US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Irlbacher, E.

23 103 B US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Irlbacher, E.

23 103 D US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 107 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Kalesnik,
F.

23 103 G US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Kalesnik,
F.

23 103 I US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 203 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Irlbacher, E.

23 104 C US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Kalesnik, F.

23 104 H US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Basinski, P

23 104 I US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Kalesnik, F.

23 104 J US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 208 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Kalesnik, F.

23 104 M US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 203 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Basinski, P
23 104 N US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Cieplinski, F.

23 105 C WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 AD 3.00 HU 205 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Kontos, D.

23 105 M WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 AD 3.00 HU 205 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Kontos, D.

23 106 I WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1500 AD* 3.00 HU 211 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Schwegler, D.

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

23 106 P WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1500 AD 3.00 HU 210 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM
Cieplinski, F.

23 150 D GREEK & ROMAN WORLD 3.00 HU 205 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Kontos,
D.

23 150 N GREEK & ROMAN WORLD 3.00 HU 205 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Kontos,
D.

23 160 D MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE EUROPE 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 11:00AM-
11:50AM Irlbacher, E.

23 160 J MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE EUROPE 3.00 HU 203 LEC TTH 09:30AM-
10:45AM Irlbacher, E.

23 202 J MODERN INDIA & SOUTHEAST ASIA 3.00 HU 207 LEC TTH 09:30AM-
10:45AM Goodman, M.

23 203H N HON: MIDDLE EAST*+ 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Harlach,
T.

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14
EVENING

23 103 EA US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 202 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM Cosco, J.

23 103 EN US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 HU 210 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM
Cieplinski, F.

23 104 EA US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 210 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Kalesnik, F.

23 104 EJ US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 HU 209 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Kalesnik, F.

23 105 EF WORLD HISTORY TO 1500 AD 3.00 HU 205 LEC T 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA

23 112 EJ LATIN AMER HERITAGE & HISTORY 3.00 HU 211 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Traverzo, D

23 180 EJ MODERN EUROPE 3.00 HU 210 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Sassi, R.

HONORS COURSES

11 102H D HON: FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2* 3.00 MO 001 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Doyle, K. 11-101

19 101H F HON: MONOPOLY POWER*+ 1.00 MO 001 LEC F 12:00PM-12:50PM
Fleming, L.

19 101H K HON: MONOPOLY POWER+ 1.00 MO 001 LEC TH 11:00AM-11:50AM
Fleming, L.

+Web Enhanced Required Course - see box, page 32

19 291H A HON: CAPSTONE PROJECT* 1.00 MO 001 LEC Torda, E. 11-102H

23 203H N HON: MIDDLE EAST* 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Harlach,
T.

27 209H M HON: ARCHEOLOGY & PREHISTORY* 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 12:30PM-
01:45PM Kass, B.

41 102H J HON: HISTORY OF ART 2* 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Slater-Tanner, S

99 197H F HON: CONCEPTS PHYSICAL WELLNESS* 0.50 MO 001 LEC MW 12:00PM-
12:50PM Stepp, S.

99 392H F HON: SOCIAL DANCE* 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gilesdendanto, L.

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY DEPT)
63 102 KM FUND MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY 2* 4.00 BT 354 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
Kleinman, M. 63-101

63 102L 1 FUND MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY 2(LAB)* BT 319 LAB F 10:00AM-11:50AM
TBA

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section

63 106 J MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF* 3.00 BT 303 LEC TTH 10:00AM-
10:50AM Kittelmann, F.

63 106 N MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF* 3.00 HU 103 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
02:50PM Kittelmann, F.

63 106L 1 MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF(LAB)* BT 315 LAB W 08:00AM-09:50AM
Rajsz, N.

63 106L 2 MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF(LAB)* BT 315 LAB W 10:00AM-11:50AM
Rajsz, N.

63 106L 3 MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF(LAB)* BT 315 LAB TH 03:00PM-
04:50PM Minichello, B.

63 106L 4 MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF(LAB)* BT 315 LAB M 09:00AM-10:50AM
Rajsz, N.

*Student must register for a lecture and a lab section

63 107 IJ HEMATOLOGY* 3.00 HO 001 LEC T 09:00AM-10:50AM Rajsz, N.

63 107L 1 HEMATOLOGY(LAB)* BT 319 LAB M 12:00PM-02:50PM Rajsz, N.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section

*Co-requisite: 11-161-G1 Technical Writing Module

63 109 X PHLEBOTOMY* 7.00 BT 319 LEC TWTH 01:00PM-02:50PM Minichello, B.

63 109L X PHLEBOTOMY(LAB)* TBA TBA LAB TWTH 07:00AM-10:50AM Minichello,
B.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section

63 202 G INSTRUMENTATION CLINICAL LAB 1.00 BT 303 LEC W 01:00PM-01:50PM
Rajsz, N. 63-201

63 208 M CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 2* 3.00 BT 203 LEC TTH 01:00PM-01:50PM Rajsz,
N. 63-207, 63-303

63 208L 1 CLINICAL CHEMISTRY 2(LAB)* BT 317 LAB W 02:00PM-03:50PM Rajsz,
N.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section
63 212 NP CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY* 3.00 BT 203 LEC TTH 03:00PM-03:50PM
Kittelmann, F. 63-209

63 212L 1 CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY(LAB)* BT 315 LAB T 08:30AM-11:20AM
Contarino, R.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section

63 216 N MICRO TECHNIQUE & MICRO ANATOMY* 4.00 BT 203 LEC TTH 02:00PM-
02:50PM Kleinman, M.

63 216L 1 MICRO TECHNIQUE & MICRO ANAT(LAB)* BT 315 LAB M 01:00PM-03:50PM
Leone, M.

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab section

63 252 S1 CLINICAL TRAINING 2* 2.00 TBA TBA LEC WTH 07:00AM-11:00AM
Contarino, R.

*Co-requisite: 63-202, 63-208 and 63-212 or completion of all
professional courses.

EVENING

63 106 EN MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF* 3.00 BT 301 LEC TH 04:00PM-
05:50PM Rajsz, N.

63 106L Z MICROBIOLOGY FOR HEALTH PROF* BT 315 LAB TH 06:00PM-07:50PM
Nicoletti, R.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab section
MASSAGE THERAPY (PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT DEPT)

73 102 EF MASSAGE THERAPY 2*+ 2.00 HU 207 LEC T 06:00PM-06:50PM
Chipperfield, G

73 102L X1 MASSAGE THERAPY 2 (LAB)* BT 103 LAB T 03:00PM-05:50PM
Chipperfield, G

73 102L X2 MASSAGE THERAPY 2(LAB)* BT 103 LAB T 03:00PM-05:50PM Winn, S.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

+Prerequisite: 31-105, 73-101, 73-103, 73-107

73 104 EA MYOLOGY* 4.00 BT 301 LEC M 06:00PM-08:50PM Leonard, E 73-101

73 104L Y1 MYOLOGY(LAB)* BT 103 LAB W 07:00PM-09:50PM Leonard, E

73 104L Y2 MYOLOGY(LAB)* BT 103 LAB W 07:00PM-09:50PM Duffy, W.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

73 105 EN SURFACE ANATOMY PALPATION*+ 2.00 BT 201 LAB TH 06:00PM-06:50PM
Pfeiffer, P.

73 105L Z1 SURFACE ANATOMY PALP(LAB)* BT 103 LEC TH 03:00PM-05:50PM
Pfeiffer, P.

73 105L Z2 SURFACE ANATOMY PALP(LAB)* BT 103 LEC TH 03:00PM-05:50PM Winn,
S.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

+Prerequisite: 31-105, 73-101, 73-103, 73-107

73 106 EJ INTRO TO EASTERN BODY WK/THEORY 3.00 BT 103 LEC W 03:00PM-
04:50PM Michelak, K.

73 106L Y1 INTRO TO EAST BODY WK/THEORY(LAB) BT 103 LAB W 05:00PM-06:50PM
Michelak, K.

73 106L Y2 INTRO EAST BODY WK/THEORY(LAB) BT 103 LAB W 05:00PM-06:50PM J.
Chaleff

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.

+Prerequisite: 31-105, 73-101, 73-103, 73-107

73 202 N MASSAGE THERAPY 4*+ 4.00 HU 209 LEC T 03:15PM-06:05PM Derry, M.

73 202L 1 MASSAGE THERAPY IV(LAB)* BT 103 LAB M 03:00PM-05:50PM Derry, M.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section.
+Prerequisites: 73-201, 73-203, 32-205

73 205 NP CONT PRACTICE FOR MT 3.00 BT 264 LEC TH 03:15PM-06:05PM
Galipeau, M.

73 204 X CLINICAL TRAINING 2* 2.00 BT 103 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:50PM
Galipeau, M.

73 204 X2 CLINICAL TRAINING 2* 2.00 BT 103 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:50PM TBA

73 204 X1 CLINICAL TRAINING 2* 2.00 BT 103 LEC T 07:00PM-09:50PM
Chipperfield, G

*Prerequisite: 32-205, 73-201, 73-201, 11-160

MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT)

38 010 B DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC* [3.00] HA 302 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Chase, A.

38 010 I DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC* [3.00] HA 301 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Hutchings, M.

38 010 J DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC* [3.00] HA 303 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Hutchings, M.

*Prerequisite: Math placement test

38 020 A DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 303 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Chase, A.

38 020 B DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 307 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

38 020 C DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 305 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Prial, A.

38 020 D DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 305 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Prial, A.

38 020 G DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 303 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Cummins, F.

38 020 H DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 305 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Zingaro, N.

38 020 I DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 313 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM TBA

38 020 J DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 307 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM TBA

38 020 M DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 211A LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
TBA

38 020 O DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 301 LEC MW 03:00PM-04:15PM
McCormack, J.
38 020 P DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 305 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 38-010 or placement

38 103 A ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Schwartz, J.

38 103 B ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 BT 354 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Flanagan, J.

38 103 B1 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Cummins, F.

38 103 B2 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 303 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Blon,
M.

38 103 C1 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Wang,
M.

38 103 D ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Schwartz, J.

38 103 F ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Schwartz, J.

38 103 G ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Wang, M.

38 103 H ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Flanagan, J.

38 103 I ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Lavorgna, J.

38 103 J ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Lavorgna, J.

38 103 M ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 302 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM TBA

38 103 N ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Zingaro,
N.

38 103 N1 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 302 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM TBA

38 103 P ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement

38 104 A INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Falah,B.

38 104 A1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Cook,
P.
38 104 B INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Falah,B.

continued on page 33
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ETHNICITY (OPTIONAL) PLEASE CIRCLE ONE EVEN THOUGH MORE THAN ONE MAY
APPLYWHITE (NON-HISPANIC)
BLACKASIAN/PACIFIC ISLANDERNATIVE ALASKANHISPANICNATIVE AMERICAN(AMERICAN
INDIAN)
MALEFEMALECertificate of Residence for Credit Students OnlyNEW YORK STATE
RESIDENT’S APPLICATION FOR CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCEPURSUANT TO SECTION
6305 OF THE EDUCATION LAWORANGE COUNTY RESIDENT – Complete and have this
application notarized. Return it with proof of legal residence to the
Orange County Community College Bursar’s Office not earlier than 60 days
before classes begin.
NON-ORANGE COUNTY RESIDENT – This completed application, along with proof
of legal residency, must be presented to your County Fiscal Officer who
will issue a Certificate of Residency. TheCertificate must be filed with
the OCCC Bursar’s Office each fiscal year, not earlier than 60 days
before classes begin.
STATE OF NEW YORK(FIRST NAME)(M.I.)(LAST NAME)
COUNTY OFSS:PRINTNAMEdoes hereby swear (or affirm) that he/she legally
resides at the following home address and that he/she has, for twoyears
prior to the date of this affidavit (or affirmation) and application,
reside as stated below.
NUMBER & STREETCITY, TOWN OR VILLAGECOUNTYFROMTOMONTH-DAY-YEARMONTH-DAY-
YEARThe applicant further states that he/she plans to enroll in Orange
County Community College and that this affidavit (or affirmation) and
application is made for thepurpose of securing from the Chief Fiscal
Officer of the County ofa CERTIFICATE that applicant has met the
requirements of Article 126of the Education Law.Sworn to (or affirmed)
before me thisday of 200SIGNATURE OF APPLICANTNOTARY PUBLIC OR
COMMISSIONER OF DEEDSNotary Public, State of New York, Qualified
inCounty. Commission expires:
2.1.
US CITIZEN VISA PERM. RES. OTHER
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for Orange County Community
College Courses only

Please see page 8 for detailed information.

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Registration Instructions

1. An activity fee of $2.00 per credit must be included when registering
for
evening or Saturday credit courses; $4.00 per day credit; $50.00 per
full-time
course load.

2. A $9.00 insurance fee must be included with tuition payment for full
time
students and $2.00 for part time students.

www.sunyorange.edu

SUNY ORANGE

LIST COURSES IN NUMERICAL ORDERCHECK COURSE NUMBER
CAREFULLYLABTOTALCREDITSCATALOG NUMBERTERMSEC/LECCREDITS
TERM KEYSP SPRINGS1 SUMMER IS2 SUMMER 2S3 SUMMER 3FA FALLTODAY’S DATENEW
STUDENTYESNOTERM OF LAST REGISTRATION:FALL
SPRING
SUMMER
I understand how the selected course(s) relate to my academic program or
how they meet my academic goals.
I acknowledge financial responsibility for the selected course(s) if they
are notcancelled or if I do not withdraw prior to the start of the
semester.
I understand that if immunization requirements are not met, I may be
dropped
from my classes.
_____________________________________________________
______________________
STUDENT'S
SIGNATUREDATE_____________________________________________________
______________________
ADVISOR'S SIGNATURE (IF APPLICABLE)DATEMake checks payable to: Orange
County Community CollegeCertificate of Residence for Credit Students
OnlyThis space for use of the Chief Fiscal Officer of CountyCertificate
Issued Certificate Not IssuedDate By* Education Law, Section 6305
provides: “The chief fiscal officer of each county, as defined in section
2.00 of the local finance law,
shall upon application and submission to him satisfactory evidence, issue
to any person desiring to enroll in a community college as a non-
residentstudent, a certificate of residence showing that said person is a
resident of said county...Such person shall, upon his registration for
each collegeyear file with the college such a certificate of residence
issued no earlier than two months prior thereto, and such a certificate
of residence shallbe vaild for a period of one year from the date of
issuance.” Education Law, Section 6301, paragraph 4, defines: “Resident –
a person whohas resided in the State for a period of at least one year
and in the County, City, Town, intermediate school district, as the case
may be, for aperiod of at least six months, both immediately preceding
the date of such person’s registration in a community college or, for the
purpose ofsection sixty-three hundred five of this chapter, his
application for a certificate of residence.”
In the event that a person qualified as above for state residence, but
has been aresident of two or more counties in the state during the six
months immediatelypreceding his application for a certificate of
residence pursuant to section sixty-
three hundred five of this chapter, the charges to the counties of
residence shallbe allocated among the several counties proportional to
the number of months,
or major fraction thereof, of residence in each county.
If using a Credit Card:
MCVisaDiscover ______________________________ _____ / ______
Print name on Credit Card if not Student
______________________________________
Expiration Date
CREDIT COURSE REGISTRATION FORMS

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LIST COURSES IN NUMERICAL ORDERCHECK COURSE NUMBER
CAREFULLYLABTOTALCREDITSCATALOG NUMBERTERMSEC/LECCREDITS TERM KEYSP
SPRINGS1 SUMMER IS2 SUMMER 2S3 SUMMER 3FA FALLTODAY’S DATENEW
STUDENTYESNOTERM OF LAST REGISTRATION:
FALL
SPRING
SUMMER
I understand how the selected course(s) relate to my academic program or
how they meet my academic goals.
I acknowledge financial responsibility for the selected course(s) if they
are notcancelled or if I do not withdraw prior to the start of the
semester.
I understand that if immunization requirements are not met, I may be
dropped
from my classes.
_____________________________________________________
______________________
STUDENT'S SIGNATURE
DATE_____________________________________________________
______________________
ADVISOR'S SIGNATURE (IF APPLICABLE) DATE
Certificate of Residence for Credit Students OnlyThis space for use of
the Chief Fiscal Officer of CountyCertificate Issued Certificate Not
IssuedDate By* Education Law, Section 6305 provides: “The chief fiscal
officer of each county, as defined in section 2.00 of the local finance
law,
shall upon application and submission to him satisfactory evidence, issue
to any person desiring to enroll in a community college as a non-
residentstudent, a certificate of residence showing that said person is a
resident of said county...Such person shall, upon his registration for
each collegeyear file with the college such a certificate of residence
issued no earlier than two months prior thereto, and such a certificate
of residence shallbe vaild for a period of one year from the date of
issuance.” Education Law, Section 6301, paragraph 4, defines: “Resident –
a person whohas resided in the State for a period of at least one year
and in the County, City, Town, intermediate school district, as the case
may be, for aperiod of at least six months, both immediately preceding
the date of such person’s registration in a community college or, for the
purpose ofsection sixty-three hundred five of this chapter, his
application for a certificate of residence.”
In the event that a person qualified as above for state residence, but
has been aresident of two or more counties in the state during the six
months immediatelypreceding his application for a certificate of
residence pursuant to section sixty-
three hundred five of this chapter, the charges to the counties of
residence shallbe allocated among the several counties proportional to
the number of months,
or major fraction thereof, of residence in each county.
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for Orange County Community
College Courses ONLY

Please see page 8 for detailed information.

SUNY ORANGE

CERTIFICATE OF RESIDENCE

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Personal Data Sheet for
Non-Matriculated Students

SUNY ORANGE

A Unit of the State University of New York
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Student

Immunization

Record Form


FORM A

www.sunyorange.edu

SUNY ORANGE

PROCEDURES

This form (Form A) or a signed and/or stamped official immunization
record must be submitted to Health Services at or prior
to registration. New York State Public Health Law requires that all
students born on or after January 1, 1957 who wish to
enroll for six or more credits in any semester provide proof of immunity
to Measles, Mumps and rubella, as well as sign and
return the Meningitis response form (Form B). Please call 341-4870 if you
have any questions regarding these requirements.

/ /

Name Social Security Number

Home Address Date of Birth

 Phone

(OPTIONAL)

NYS Public Health Law 2165 now requires post-secondary students to show
protection against measles, mumps, and rubella.
Persons born before January 1, 1957, are exempt from this requirement.

A. M.M.R. (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) (Two doses required.)

1. Dose 1: given no sooner than 4 days prior to first birthday
..............................................................Date_____/_
____/_____

2. Dose 2: given at least 28 days after first dose
.........................................................................
...........Date_____/_____/_____

- OR IF INDIVIDUAL VACCINES GIVEN -
B. Measles (Rubeola)

1. Dose 1: Immunized with LIVE measles vaccine after 1/1/68, and

 not sooner than 4 days prior to first birthday
.......................................................................Da
te_____/_____/_____

2. Dose 2: Immunized with LIVE measles vaccine at least 28 days after
first dose ..............................Date_____/_____/_____

 -or-

3. Measles antibody titer (IGG) Titer Date_____/_____/_____
Result_____________________ (attach lab report)

 - or-

4. Date of physician diagnosed measles disease _____/_____/_____

 and signature of diagnosing Physician________________________________

C. Rubella

1. Immunized with LIVE Rubella vaccine after 1/1/69, not sooner than 4
days prior to 1st birthday .Date_____/_____/_____

 -or-

2. Rubella antibody titer (IGG) Titer Date_____/_____/_____
Result_____________________ (attach lab report)

D. Mumps

1. Immunized with LIVE Mumps vaccine after 1/1/69, not sooner than 4 days
prior to 1st birthday .Date_____/_____/_____

 -or-

2. Mumps antibody titer (IGG) Titer Date_____/_____/_____
Result_____________________ (attach lab report)

 -or-

3. Date of physician diagnosed mumps disease _____/_____/_____

 and signature of diagnosing Physician________________________________

HEALTH CARE PROVIDER __________________________________________________
(signature or stamp required)

Name _______________________________________________________________

Address _____________________________________________________________
Phone (____) __________________________ Date _________________________
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Meningitis

Information

Response Form

FORM B

www.sunyorange.edu

SUNY ORANGE

ATTENTION ALL STUDENTS

On July 22, 2003 Governor Pataki signed a piece of legislation that has a
direct impact on your attendance at Orange County
Community College. Therefore, your immediate attention to this matter is
urgent. If you have not yet completed the Meningitis
Information Response Form, you must complete this requirement as soon as
possible, but no later than 30 days after
the start of the semester.

The new law requires all colleges and universities in New York State to
provide students with information about Meningitis
disease, and the availability of the meningitis vaccine (Menomune).
Students are required to complete a Meningitis Information
Response Form indicating they have either received the vaccine in the
past 10 years, or that they have read the information
and have chosen not to receive the vaccine.

After reading the Meningococcal Disease Information, printed on the
reverse side, please complete the Meninqitis Information
Response Form below and return it to the campus Health Services Office.
If you have any questions about this requirement
please visit the Health Services office located on the 2nd floor of the
College Commons or call 341-4870.

MENINGITIS INFORMATION RESPONSE FORM

All students enrolled for six or more credits must complete this form and
return it to Health Services. For those wishing to
receive the vaccine it is available through your private health care
provider, or by appointment only from the Department of
Health in Goshen. Cost ranges from $75 to $100. Call 291-2369 to schedule
an appointment with the Department of Health.

Please note that according to NYS Public Health Law, no institution shall
permit any student to attend the institution in
excess of 30 days without complying with this law. The 30 day period may
be extended to 60 days if a student can show a
good faith effort to comply. For extension contact Health Services.

Check one box and sign below.

I have (for students under 18, my child has):

 had the meningococcal meningitis immunization Menomune or Menactra

 within the past ten years.

 Date received: ____________________________

 read, or have had explained to me, the information regarding
meningococcal meningitis disease.
I understand the risks of not receiving the vaccine. I have decided that
I (my child) will not obtain
immunization against meningococcal meningitis disease.

Signed _______________________________________________ Date
___________________

 Student Signature (Parent/Guardian if student is under 18)

Student’s Name ________________________________________ Date of Birth
____/____/____

 Please Print

Student’s Address ______________________________________ Student ID#
______________

_____________________________________________________ Phone
___________________
DISTANCE LEARNING COURSES

THE WEEKEND COLLEGE

The Weekend College begins Saturday, January 20, 2007. Classes will
meet each Saturday (unless otherwise stated) throughout the Spring 2007
semester.

Admission requirements: High School diploma or equivalent. Courses are
open to all students.

MIDDLETOWN CAMPUS

11102 XS FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 HA 201 9:00AM - 11:45 AM

31106 XS ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY 2 BT 301 8:00AM - 10:50AM

 BT 320 12 noon - 2:50PM

31121 XS INTRO TO BIOLOGY HU 103 10:00 – 11:50 AM

 HU 101 1:00 – 3:50 PM

38107 XS COLLEGE ALGEBRA HA 313 9:00 – 11:45 AM

38206 XS CALCULUS 2 HA 300 8:00AM - 11:45AM

58216 XS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE+ PE 241 8:00 – 9:50 AM

99152 XT TENNIS – COED + TENNIS CT. 10:00AM - 11:45AM

99216 XS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE+ PE 241 8:00 – 9:50 AM

99548 XT HIKING FOR FITNESS COED+ PE 241 10:00 – 11:50 AM

99551 XS RAQUETBALL – COED* PE HC 8:00 AM – 9:45 AM

99552 XS RAQUETBALL - COED+ PE HC 8:00AM - 9:45AM

*first half semester course meets January 16 through March 7, 2007

+second half semester course begins March 8, 2007

NEWBURGH CAMPUS

38104 QS INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA KEY 318 8:00 – 10:50 AM

41115 QS VIS COM GRAPHICS 1 KEY 211 9:00AM - 12:45 PM

51120 QS COMPUTER GRAPHICS KEY 212 9:00 – 11:50 AM

11222 DL Contemporary Novel

21201 DL Macro Economics
25121 DL Child Psychology

31109 DL Biology for Today

31150 DL Prehistoric Life *

41115 DL Vis Com Graphics I

55110 DL Intro to Business

55121 DL International Business

55122 DL Principles of Marketing

55125 DL E Business Principles

55133 DL Financial Accounting

55150 DL Computer Information

 Systems

55202 DL Business Communications

55206 DL Records/Information Management

55234 DL Accounting with Microcomputer Appl.

55242 DL Entrepreneurship

55246 DL Human Resource Management

58170 DL Substance Abuse & Health

99197 DL Concepts of Physical Wellness+

99197 DX Concepts of Physical Wellness+

99197 DZ Concepts of Physical Wellness+

99198 DL Concepts of Physical Wellness**

99198 DX Concepts of Physical Wellness**

99198 DZ Concepts of Physical Wellness**

* This course will include a trip to the Museum of Natural History –
students must
provide their own transportation.

+ First Half semester course – ends 3/7/07

** Second Half semester course – begins 3/8/07
Proctored exams will be administered at an OCCC campus or an instructor-
approved site arranged by the student.

These courses are offered online. Students can access Distance Learning
courses from home, on-campus labs, or from any computer with Internet
access. The
hours are therefore individually arranged with some common course
deadlines.

To participate in a Distance Learning course, you must have graphical
access to
the World Wide Web. In the home, dial-up or broadband access is usually
provided
by an Internet Service Provider (ISP) for a monthly fee. To participate
in an online
course, you must use your SUNY Orange student email address.

Student Computer Requirements for Distance Learning Courses/
Recommendations for Web Enhanced Courses

Your Internet Service Provider (ISP) will specify the computer
requirements for
its service. Supported browser configurations are Internet Explorer 6.0,
Netscape
7.0, Firefox 1.0.x and Safari 1.x.

WEB ENHANCED COURSES


11050 QJ

11060 D, G, QM

11060 M, QD required

11101 J1, QG, QO required

11102 A1, B1, F2, G1, J2, M1 required

11161 G1 required

11209 EA required

11210 TF required

11215 G required

11220 QD required

11221 EJ

11223 EF required
11297 A N required

11297 B TA required

19101 H F required

21201 A, B, EA, J, M

21202 I

31105 B required

31106 F required

31150 J, N required

55110 B

55118 N

55120 D

55122 C, F, EF, J

55131 KM

55133 FG, IJ, QJ

55161 AB required

55165 MN required

55171 IJ required

55173 DF required

55202 B, C

55204 A

55214 IJ

55216 J

55232 BC

55239 A

55253 EJ

57202 A GA required

61104 BC required
71107 EN, F

72106 AC required

72211 IJ required

In addition, students should have Microsoft Word* and Adobe Acrobat
Reader (for
viewing pdf files). *(other word processing software can be used, but
documents must
be saved in the .rtf format). For more detailed instructions, go to the
DL home page
(http://www.sunyorange.edu/dl).

Additional Distance Learning Fee of $50.00 required for each distance
learning
course.

SUNY ORANGE

The following courses have
a web enhancement component
added to them. These courses
still meet at the regularly scheduled
days and times. The web
enhancement is a supplementary
component used for communication,
information, practice, and
interaction. Using the internet
and the college’s Blackboard
software system you will access
course documents, communicate
with other classmates between
the regular weekly class meetings,
complete and submit some
homework assignments, or work
together in group projects. Your
exams will still take place in class
and assignments, depending on
the instructor, will either have to
be submitted in person or through
Blackboard. (Please note that
only these specific sections of
these courses are web enhanced,
and that some courses require
participation in the web-enhanced
portion of the course in determining
the final grade, where in other
courses, participation is optional.

HYBRID COURSES SPRING 2007

A hybrid course makes significant use of the Internet technology to
facilitate
access to class materials and support communication between faculty
and students, among students, and between students and resources. These
courses will only meet for one half of the required class time on campus.
These courses will require participation in the online portion of the
course
in determining the final grade.

23106 I World History Since 1500 .............................3 credits

25111 J General Psychology 1 ..................................3 credits

25111 J1 General Psychology 1 ..................................3 credits

25112 J General Psychology 2 ..................................3 credits

55120 J Business & Society .......................................3
credits

55264 A Internship Business Mgmt ............................3 credits

57205 HO Pharmacology & the Human Body ...............3 credits

79192 EN Nursing & Writing 2 ........................................1
credit

79192 N Nursing & Writing 2 ........................................1
credit

79194 P Nursing & Writing 4 ........................................1
credit

99197 FG Concepts of Physical Wellness .......................5 credit
MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT) continued

38 104 B1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Delgado, A.

38 104 C INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 BT 354 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Flanagan, J.

38 104 C1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Zingaro, N.

38 104 D INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Hirschel, K.

38 104 F INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Zingaro, N.

38 104 F1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 207 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Moody, R.

38 104 G INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 211B LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Hirschel, K.

38 104 G1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Moody, R.

38 104 H INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Falah,B.

38 104 J INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 319 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Moody,
R.

38 104 J1 INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 211A LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Tubbs, M.

38 104 M INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Zingaro, N.

38 104 N INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 201 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Tubbs,
M.

38 104 P INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM Moody,
R.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-103 or placement

38 106 J CONTEMPORARY MATH+* 3.00 HA 302 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Prial,
A.

+Does not fulfill the 6-8 credits in math required in the A.S. degree.

38 107 A COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM TBA

38 107 C COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Cook, P.
38 107 F COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Rickard, P.

38 107 G COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Flanagan,
J.

38 107 H COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM McCormack,
J.

38 107 J COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 313 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Stonick, J.

38 107 M COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Delgado, A.

38 107 M1 COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Moody, R.

38 107 N COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 301 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Delgado, A.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-104 or placement

38 108 C COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY* 3.00 HA 301 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Cummins, F.

38 108 D COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY* 3.00 HA 302 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Cummins, F.

38 108 H COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY* 3.00 HA 313 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Pinkall, B

38 108 M COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY* 3.00 HA 301 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Pinkall, B

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-107

38 111 C FOUND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATH* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 10:00AM-
10:50AM Blon, M.

38 111 F FOUND ELEMENTARY SCHOOL MATH* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 12:00PM-
12:50PM Blon, M.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-105 or higher

38 112 G INTRO TO STATISTICS* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Delgado, A.

38 112 M INTRO TO STATISTICS* 3.00 HA 319 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Tubbs,
M.

*Prerequisite: Completion of 38-104 or higher or placement in 38-105 or
higher

38 114 D DISCRETE MATH* 3.00 HA 319 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Stonick, J.

*Prerequisite: C- or better in 38-107
38 205 AI CALCULUS 1* 4.00 HA 300 LEC MWTHF 08:00AM-08:50AM Stonick, J.

38 205 FM CALCULUS 1* 4.00 HA 303 LEC MTWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Stonick, J.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-108 or 38-109 or placement

38 206 BJ CALCULUS 2* 4.00 HA 305 LEC MTWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Schwartz, J.

38 206 GM CALCULUS 2* 4.00 HA 307 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Prial, A.

 HA 303 LEC T 01:00PM-01:50PM

*Prerequisite: C- or better in 38-205

38 208 BJ DIFFERENTIAL EQUATION SERIES* 4.00 HA 316 LEC MWF 09:00AM-
09:50AM Wang, M.

 HA 300 LEC T 09:00AM-09:50AM

*Prerequisite: C- or better in 38-207
MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT) continued

EVENING

38 010 EA DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC* [3.00] HA 303 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM
TBA

*Prerequisite: Math placement test

38 020 EA DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 305 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM
Pinkall, B

38 020 EJ DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] HA 307 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM
Devora, K.

*Prerequisite: 38-010 or placement

38 103 EA ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 307 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM TBA

38 103 EF ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Falah,B.

38 103 EJ ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM TBA

38 103 EN ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 300 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM
Cauthers, L.

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement

38 104 EA INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA** 3.00 HA 302 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM TBA

38 104 EN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA** 3.00 HA 302 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM
D’Angelo, C.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-103 or placement

38 107 EA COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 305 LEC MW 04:00PM-05:15PM Stonic, J.

38 107 EJ COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 303 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM Curcio, C.

38 107 XS COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 HA 313 LEC S 09:00AM-11:45AM Niedzielski,
J

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-104 or placement

38 108 EJ COLLEGE TRIGONOMETRY 3.00 HA 301 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM
Cauthers, S.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-107

38 109 EA PRE-CALCULUS* 4.00 HA 300 LEC MW 06:30PM-08:15PM Hirschel, K.

*Prerequisite: Math Placement test. 38-109 is not open to students who
have completed 38-107 or 38-108.
38 112 EA INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS* 3.00 HA 214 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM
Moody, R.

*Prerequisite: Completion of 38-104 or higher or placement in 38-105 or
higher

38 118 EF TECH MATH 2* 3.00 BT 117 LEC TTH 05:00PM-06:20PM Bartlett, A.

*Prerequisite: 38-117 or placement

38 205 EA CALCULUS 1* 4.00 HA 103 LEC MW 06:00PM-07:45PM Schwartz, J.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-108 or 38-109 or placement

38 206 XS CALCULUS 2* 4.00 HA 300 LEC S 08:00AM-11:45AM Rickard, P.

*Prerequisite: C- or better in 38-205

38 207 EF CALCULUS 3* 4.00 HA 307 LEC TTH 06:00PM-07:45PM Wang, M.

*Prerequisite: C- or better in 38-206

MUSIC (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

42 101 F INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC 3.00 OH 023 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Graziano, V.

42 104 D WESTERN MUSIC SINCE 1750 3.00 OH 111 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Rollins-Haynes,

42 105 D HIST OF JAZZ 3.00 OH 023 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Parker, C.

42 111 H HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC 3.00 OH 023 LEC MWF 02:00PM-02:50PM
Strunsky, M.

42 115 EF AUDIO ENGINEERING & DESIGN 3.00 OH 039 LEC TTH 04:00PM-05:45PM
TBA

42 117 N SONGWRITING 2.00 OH 111 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Strunsky, M.

42 112 F FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 3.00 OH 111 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Strunsky, M.

42 121 M ELEMENTARY PIANO 1 2.00 OH 032 LEC TTH 01:00PM-01:50PM Damaris,
C.

42 122 B ELEMENTARY PIANO 2 2.00 OH 032 LEC MF 09:00AM-09:50AM Graziano,
V. 42-121

42 132 IJ BASIC MUSICIANSHIP 2*+ 5.00 OH 023 LEC TTH 09:00AM-09:50AM
Rollins-Haynes, 42-131

42 132L 1 BASIC MUSICIANSHIP 2(LAB)* OH 111 LAB MWTHF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Rollins-Haynes, 42-131
 OH 032 LAB T 10:00AM-10:50AM

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab

+Co-requisite: student must be enrolled in a piano course

42 141 N MIXED CHORUS 1.00 OH 023 LEC TTH 02:00PM-02:50PM Damaris, C.

42 146 K GROUP VOICE 2 2.00 OH 026 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM Damaris, C.
42-145

42 147 NP MADRIGALS*+ 1.00 OH 023 LEC TTH 03:00PM-03:50PM Damaris, C.

*Co-requisite - student must be enrolled in 42-141.

42 154 M JAZZ/COMMERCIAL GUITAR 1 1.00 OH 024 LEC TTH 01:00PM-01:50PM TBA

42 156 G JAZZ IMPROVISATION 2* 2.00 OH 024 LEC MF 01:00PM-01:50PM Parker,
C.

42 159 KM JAZZ ENSEMBLE* 1.00 OH 024 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM Miele, D.

*Permission of the instructor required.
42 221 H INTERMEDIATE PIANO 1 2.00 OH 032 LEC MF 02:00PM-02:50PM Parker,
C. 42-122

42 222 H INTERMEDIATE PIANO 2 2.00 OH 032 LEC MF 02:00PM-02:50PM Parker,
C. 42-221

42 223 H ADVANCED PIANO 1 2.00 OH 032 LEC MF 02:00PM-02:50PM Parker, C.
42-222

42 224 H ADVANCED PIANO 2 2.00 OH 032 LEC MF 02:00PM-02:50PM Parker, C.
42-223

42 232 CJ ADVANCED MUSICIANSHIP 2 4.00 OH 024 LEC MTWTHF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Parker, C. 42-231

42 233 B ELEMENTS OF ARRANGING 3.00 OH 024 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Parker, C. 42-231

EVENING

42 101 EA INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC 3.00 OH 111 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Perna,
D

42 111 EF HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC 3.00 OH 023 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM
Strunsky, M.

42 113 EA MUSIC BUSINESS 3.00 OH 111 LEC M 03:00PM-05:45PM Perna, D

42 121 EA ELEMENTARY PIANO 1 2.00 OH 032 LEC M 07:00PM-08:45PM Graziano,
V.

42 151 EJ BAND* 1.00 OH 024 LEC W 07:00PM-08:45PM Scott, K.

42 153 EN ORCHESTRA* 1.00 OH 024 LEC TH 08:00PM-09:45PM Clark-Moore, H.

*Please see Continuing and Professional Education (CAPE) for non-credit
music ensemble course listings

42 157 EN CHAMBER ENSEMBLE* 1.00 OH 024 LEC TH 06:00PM-07:45PM Clark-
Moore, H.

 OH 023 LEC TH 06:00PM-07:45PM

 OH 032 LEC TH 06:00PM-07:45PM

*Permission of instructor required.

NURSING (NURSING DEPT)

57 020 B NURSING 2 SUPPORT [1.00] BT 117 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

57 020 NP NURSING 2 SUPPORT [1.00] BT 303 LEC TH 03:00PM-03:50PM TBA

57 040 F NURSING 4 SUPPORT [1.00] BT 119 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM TBA
SPECIAL TOPICS COURSES

79 192 N NURSING & WRITING 2*+ 1.00 BT 260 LEC TH 02:00PM-02:50PM Boyle,
H.M., Godwin, C.

79 194 P NURSING & WRITING 4*+ 1.00 BT 260 LEC TH 03:00PM-03:50PM Godwin,
C., Slesinski, P.

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

+Accelerated second half course, see box, page 18

EVENING

79 192 EN NURSING & WRITING 2* 1.00 BT 260 LEC TH 04:00PM-04:50PM Boyle,
H.M. Godwin, C.

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

+Accelerated second half course, see box, page 18

MUSIC – PRIVATE INSTRUCTION – 42170 THROUGH 42177

Prerequisites: Students must be majors or have permission of course
coordinator or department chair

1. Students are responsible for arranging private lessons and paying the
additional fee charged by the instructor.

2. A limited number of on-campus slots are available. An off-campus
instructor may be necessary.

3. To receive one credit, fourteen half-hour long lessons are required
(Register for Section X).

4. To receive two credits, fourteen hour-long lessons are required
(Register for both Section X and Section Y).

5. Private instruction students must obtain the necessary forms from the
Arts & Communication Department during the first week of classes.

6. End of semester jury examinations required of all private instruction
students.

42170 X STRINGS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42174 X PIANO/ORGAN 1.00 Hours
to be arranged

42170 Y STRINGS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42174 Y PIANO/ORGAN 1.00 Hours
to be arranged

42171 X WOODWINDS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42175 X GUITAR 1.00 Hours to
be arranged
42171 Y WOODWINDS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42175 Y GUITAR 1.00 Hours to
be arranged

42172 X BRASS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42176 X VOICE 1.00 Hours to be
arranged

42172 Y BRASS 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42176 Y VOICE 1.00 Hours to be
arranged

42173 X PERCUSSION 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42177 X THEORY/COMP 1.00
Hours to be arranged

42173 Y PERCUSSION 1.00 Hours to be arranged 42177 Y THEORY/COMP 1.00
Hours to be arranged
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Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

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NURSING 2

Prerequisites for ALL blocks of Nursing 2: 31-105, 63-106, C or better in
57-101 and completed or concurrent enrollment in 31-106.

57 102A GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 311 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM Jaffe, J.

57 102A HP NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB T 12:00PM-03:50PM Jaffe, J.

 TBA TBA LAB W 08:00AM-12:50PM

57 102A LE NURSING 2* BT 311 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Jaffe, J.

 BT 311 LEC TH 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 102A M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB TH 01:00PM-03:50PM TBA

57 102A M2 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB F 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102A-GA must also enroll in 57-102A-HP, 57-
102A-LE, and either 57-102A-M1 or M2

57 102B GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 358 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM Zurilla, K

57 102B HP NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB TH 12:00PM-03:50PM Zurilla, K

 TBA TBA LAB F 08:00AM-12:50PM

57 102B LE NURSING 2* BT 358 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Zurilla, K

 BT 311 LEC T 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 102B M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB T 01:00PM-03:50PM TBA

57 102B M2 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB W 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102B-GA must also enroll in 57-102B-HP, 57-
102B-LE, and either 57-102B-M1 or M2

57 102C GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 203 LEC M 08:00AM-08:50AM Crawford, P.

57 102C HP NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB T 12:00PM-03:50PM Crawford, P.

 TBA TBA LAB W 08:00AM-12:50PM
57 102C LE NURSING 2* BT 203 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Crawford, P.

 BT 201 LEC F 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 102C M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM TBA

57 102C M2 NURSING 2 BT 208 LAB F 01:00PM-03:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102C-GA must also enroll in 57-102C-HP, 57-
102C-LE, and either 57-102C-M1 or M2

57 102D GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 201 LEC M 08:00AM-09:00AM Halpern, J.

57 102D H1 NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB TH 12:00PM-03:50PM Halpern, J.

 TBA TBA LAB F 08:00AM-12:50PM

57 102D H2 NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB S 08:00AM-05:00PM TBA

57 102D LE NURSING 2* BT 201 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Halpern, J.

 BT 207 LEC W 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 102D M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB T 10:00AM-12:50PM TBA

57 102D M2 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB W 01:00PM-03:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102D-GA must also enroll in 57-102D-H1 or
H2, 57-102D-LE, and either 57-102D-M1 or M2

57 112 B BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2* 1.00 HU 103 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

57 112 G BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2* 1.00 BT 201 LEC M 01:00PM-01:50PM Kolacz,
N.

57 112 N BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2*+ 1.00 HU 107 LEC TH 02:00PM-03:50PM
Boyle, H.

*Prerequisite: 57-111

+Accelerated first half semester course, see box, page 18

57 112 NP BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2* 1.00 HU 107 LEC T 03:00PM-03:50PM TBA

57 112 O1 BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2* 1.00 BT 203 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

57 112 O2 BASIC CLINICAL CALC 2* 1.00 BT 201 LEC M 04:00PM-04:50PM
Kolacz, N.

*Prerequisite: 57-111

NURSING 4
Prerequisites for ALL blocks of Nursing 4: 25-110, 37-110, C or better in
57-201.

57 202A GA NURSING 4*+ 9.00 BT 311 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM McGlynn, A.

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

57 202A HP NURSING 4* TBA TBA LAB TW 08:00AM-01:30PM McGlynn, A.

57 202A LE NURSING 4* BT 301 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM McGlynn, A.

 BT 203 LEC F 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 202A M1 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB TH 10:00AM-11:50AM TBA

57 202A M2 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB F 01:00PM-02:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-202A-GA must also enroll in 57-202A-HP, 57-
202A-LE, and in either 57-202A-M1 or M2

57 202B GA NURSING 4* 9.00 BT 311 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM Wardell, S.

57 202B HP NURSING 4* TBA TBA LAB TW 08:00AM-01:30PM Wardell, S.

57 202B LE NURSING 4* BT 352 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Wardell, S.

 BT 207 LEC TH 09:00AM-11:50AM

57 202B M1 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB TH 01:00PM-02:50PM TBA

57 202B M2 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB F 08:00AM-09:50AM TBA

*Students registering for 57-202B-GA must also enroll in 57-202B-HP, 57-
202B-LE, and in either 57-202B-M1 or M2

57 202C GA NURSING 4* 9.00 BT 311 LEC M 09:00AM-09:50AM Rabinowitsch, D

57 202C HP NURSING 4* TBA TBA LAB THF 08:00AM-01:30PM Rabinowitsch, D

57 202C LE NURSING 4* BT 207 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Rabinowitsch, D

 BT 201 LEC W 09:00AM-11:50AM
57 202C M1 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB T 12:00PM-01:50PM TBA

57 202C M2 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB W 01:00PM-02:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-202C-GA must also enroll in 57-202C-HP, 57-
202C-LE, and in either 57-202C-M1 or M2

57 203 D NURSING 5: TRANSIT TO PRACTICE*+ 1.00 TBA TBA LAB MTWTHFSSU
07:00AM-03:00PM Drabik, E

*Prerequisite: C or better in 57-202

+Course runs from 4/25 through 5/13

57 205 HO PHARMACOLOGY & HUMAN BODY* 3.00 BT 203 LEC W 02:00PM-03:30PM
Zurilla, K

*Hybrid Course - see box, page 32

*Class meets once weekly on campus, the on-line component of course
replaces 2nd day of class meeting.

57 206 N1 ADVANCED CLINICAL CALC*+ 1.00 BT 303 LEC T 02:00PM-03:50PM
Connolly, L.

57 206 N2 ADVANCED CLINICAL CALC*+ 1.00 HU 211 LEC TH 03:00PM-04:50PM
Connolly, L.

*Prerequisite: 57-112, or 57-102 or permission of instructor.

+Accelerated First half semester course, see box, page 18

EVENING

NURSING 2

Prerequisites for ALL blocks of Nursing 2: 31-105, 63-106, C or better in
57-101 and completed or concurrent enrollment in 31-106.

57 102E GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 201 LEC M 05:00PM-05:50PM Spitzer, R.

57 102E HP NURSING 2* TBA TBA LAB WTH 05:00PM-09:30PM Spitzer, R.

57 102E LE NURSING 2* BT 201 LEC M 06:30PM-09:30PM Spitzer, R.

57 102E M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB T 04:00PM-06:50PM TBA

57 102E M2 NURSING 2* BT 208 LAB T 07:00PM-09:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102E-GA must also enroll in 57-102E-HP, 57-
102E-LE, and either 57-102E-M1 or M2

57 102F GA NURSING 2* 10.00 BT 301 LEC M 05:00PM-05:50PM Clark, M.
57 102F H1 NURSING 2* TBA TBA LEC TW 05:00PM-09:30PM Clark, M.

57 102F H2 NURSING 2* TBA TBA LEC S 08:00AM-05:00PM TBA

57 102F LE NURSING 2* HO 001 LEC M 06:30PM-09:30PM Clark, M.

 BT 203 LEC F 04:00PM-05:50PM

57 102F M1 NURSING 2* BT 208 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:55PM TBA

57 102F M2 NURSING 2* BT 208 LEC TH 07:00PM-10:00PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-102F-GA must also enroll in 57-102F-H1 or
H2, 57-102F-LE, and either 57-102F-M1 or M2

NURSING 4

Prerequisites for ALL blocks of Nursing 4: 25-110, 37-110, C or better in
57-201.

57 202E GA NURSING 4* 9.00 BT 203 LEC M 05:00PM-05:50PM Marchesani, B.

57 202E HP NURSING 4* TBA TBA LAB WTH 04:00PM-09:30PM Marchesani, B.

57 202E LE NURSING 4* BT 203 LEC M 06:30PM-09:30PM Marchesani, B.

 BT 203 LEC T 04:00PM-05:50PM

57 202E M1 NURSING 4* BT 206 LAB T 06:00PM-07:50PM TBA

57 202E M2 NURSING 4* BT 203 LAB T 08:00PM-09:50PM TBA

*Students registering for 57-202E-GA must also enroll in 57-202E-HP, 57-
202E-LE, and in either 57-202E-M1 or M2

57 203 E NURSING 5: TRANSIT TO PRACTICE*+ 1.00 TBA TBA LAB MTWTHFSSU
03:00PM-11:00PM Drabik, E

*Prerequisite: C or better in 57-202

+Course runs from 4/25 through 5/13

57 205 EN PHARMACOLOGY & HUMAN BODY 3.00 BT 270 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:50PM
Wardell, S. 31-106

OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT (OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY ASSISTANT DEPT)

62 102 BC FUNDAMENTALS OTA 2* 3.00 BT 204 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM Warren,
E.

62 102 IJ FUNDAMENTALS OTA 2* 3.00 BT 204 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM Warren,
E.

*Prerequisite: 62-101, 31-105
62 104 KN OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE 2* 1.00 BT 202 LAB T 12:00PM-02:50PM
Hannes, F.

62 104 NK OCCUPATIONAL PERFORMANCE 2* 1.00 BT 202 LAB TH 12:00PM-02:50PM
Hannes, F.

*Prerequisite: 62-103, 31-105

62 217 BS CLINICAL PRACTICE 1* 7.50 TBA TBA LEC MW 08:00AM-04:50PM
Hannes, F.

*First Half semester course - begins Jan 8th and ends Mar. 2nd

62 218 IR CLINICAL PRACTICE 2* 7.50 TBA TBA LEC TTH 08:00AM-04:50PM
Melchionne, M.

*Second half semester course - begins Mar. 13th and ends May 3rd

EVENING

62 106 EF MEDICAL CONDITIONS 3.00 BT 264 LEC T 03:00PM-05:45PM Torres-
Gray, D.
OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES (ACCOUNTING/OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

55 103 P MEDICAL CODING* 3.00 HA 210 LEC T 03:15PM-05:45PM Bourdage, P.

*See 72-201 Medical Ethics, Law and Terminology

55 106 A KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Haring-Robinson

55 106 J KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Loughman-Wright

55 106 M KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Loughman-Wright

*First Half semester course ends March 7th

55 106 A1 KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Haring-
Robinson

55 106 J1 KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Hutchings, A.

55 106 M1 KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 217 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Hutchings, A.

*Second Half semester course begins March 8th

55 107 FG ELEMENT COMPUTER KEYBOARDING 3.00 HA 212 LEC MW 12:00PM-01:50PM
Loughman-Wright

55 108 FG INTERMED COMPUTER KEYBOARDING 3.00 HA 217 LEC MW 12:00PM-
01:50PM Haring-Robinson

55 109 BC ADVANCED COMPUTER KEYBOARDING 3.00 HA 217 LEC MW 09:00AM-
10:50AM Haring-Robinson 55-108

55 202 B BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.00 HA 210 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Messina, K.

55 202 C BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.00 HA 210 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Messina, K.

55 204 A OFFICE INTERNSHIP* 3.00 HA 215 LEC W 08:00AM-08:50AM Krissler,
S.

*Prerequisite: 55-109, 55-202, and CQPA of 2.0 or permission of
department chair.

55 214 IJ EXCEL AND ACCESS 3.00 HA 212 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM Messina,
K. 55-108

EVENING

55 106 EG KEYBOARDING* 1.00 HA 212 LEC T 05:30PM-08:15PM Loughman-Wright

*Second half semester course begins 3/8
55 202 EA BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.00 HA 210 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM
Angerame, L.



DISTANCE LEARNING

55 202 DL BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS* 3.00 TBA TBA LEC M 07:30AM-07:35AM
Haring-Robinson

55 206 DL RECORDS/INFO MANAGEMENT* 3.00 TBA TBA LEC M 07:30AM-07:35AM
Terrizzi,

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

PHILOSOPHY & RELIGION (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

49 201 J PHILOSOPHY 3.00 HA 105 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Givant, J. 11-101

49 203 B RELIGIOUS CONCEPTS* 3.00 BT 270 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Bliss,
D. 11-101

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

EVENING

49 110 EA ETHICS 3.00 HA 201 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Barnett, R. 11-101

49 201 EN PHILOSOPHY I 3.00 HU 211 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA 11-101

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EXERCISE STUDIES, HEALTH (MOVEMENT SCIENCE DEPT)

THEORY COURSES

58 101 F COMMUNITY RELATIONS 3.00 PE HPL LEC MW 12:00PM-01:30PM Nolan, C.

58 105 D INTRO PHYSICAL EDUCATION 2.00 PE 222 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM
Smith, W.

58 106 C CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM Richert, S.

58 106 F CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM Kissam-Horaz, E

*First Half Course ends 3/7

58 106 DC CPR* 1.00 PE HPL LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM Richert, S.

*Second half course begins 3/8

58 107 C INFANT & CHILD FIRST AID & CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC F 10:00AM-
12:00PM Dean, T

*Second half course begins 3/8
58 150 CD FIRST AID & SAFETY 2.00 PE 241 LEC MW 10:00AM-11:15AM Kissam-
Horaz, E

58 150 J FIRST AID & SAFETY 2.00 PE 241 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Dean, T.

58 150 FM FIRST AID & SAFETY 2.00 PE 241 LEC TTH 12:00PM-01:15PM
Richert,S.

58 150 NP FIRST AID & SAFETY 2.00 PE 241 LEC TH 03:00PM-05:30PM Richert,
S.

58 160 IJ HUMAN MOVEMENT 3.00 PE 222 LEC TTH 09:00AM-10:50AM Stepp, S.

58 170 N SUBSTANCE ABUSE & HEALTH 3.00 PE 222 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Dean, T

58 180 G2 STRESS MANAGEMENT*+ 1.00 PE 241 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Stepp,
S.

*Course begins Feb. 21 and ends Apr. 2nd

+See college and Career Skills on page 15
58 210 M CONTEMPORARY HEALTH 3.00 PE 222 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Dean, T

58 232 CD PHYSICAL FITNESS & EX PRESC 3.00 PE 223 LEC MW 10:00AM-11:15AM
Boffalo, A. 58-230

EVENING

58 106 EA CPR* 1.00 PE 146 LEC M 07:00PM-08:50PM Richert, S.

*First half semester course ends Mar.7

58 106 EF CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM Conklin, J.

*Second half semester course begins Mar 8

58 107 EA INFANT & CHILD FIRST AID & CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC M 04:00PM-
05:50PM Richert, S.

*First half semester course ends Mar. 7

58 107 EB INFANT & CHILD FIRST AID & CPR* 1.00 PE 241 LEC M 04:00PM-
05:50PM Richert, S.

*Second half semester course begins Mar. 8

58 150 EB FIRST AID & SAFETY* 2.00 PE 241 LEC M 06:00PM-10:00PM Richert,
S.

*Second half semester course begins Mar. 8

58 210 EA CONTEMPORARY HEALTH 3.00 PE 223 LEC MW 05:00PM-06:15PM Kissam-
Horaz, E

DISTANCE LEARNING

58 170 DL SUBSTANCE ABUSE & HEALTH* 3.00 Deer, S.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

SKILLS COURSES: FIRST HALF (For PE Majors) Letter Grades of A-F will be
assigned

The following Physical Education Skills courses that end with an ODD
number meet the FIRST HALF of the semester and end by 03/07/07.

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting

58 161 B BEGIN SWIM-COED 0.50 PE POOL LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Stepp, S.

58 321 C BADMINTON-COED 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Morris, S.

58 337 J SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:20AM Dross, G.

58 421 I RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Dross, G.
*All sections of racquetball require students to provide their own AARA
approved protective eyewear

58 431 J SOCCER-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM Morris, S.

58 545 B WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Boffalo,
A.

58 545 H WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM Boffalo,
A.

58 791 CD LAB FITNESS ASSESSMENT-COED 0.50 PE 222 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM
Boffalo, A.

58 829 AB CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 PE STU LEC F 08:00AM-09:30AM Dean, T

EVENING

58 199 EF WATER SAFETY INSTRUCTOR 1.00 PE POOL LEC T 06:00PM-09:00PM
Stepp, S.

58 213 EF ALPINE SKIING/SNOW-BOARDING* .50 SKI RES LEC T 05:00PM-06:00PM
Richert,S

*New Course - Location: Holiday Mt. Includes 1 hour of ski or snow
boarding instruction then practice time after. Instruction and practice
time to be coordinated
with professional ski or snow-boarding instructor. All sessions over by
10:00PM. Extra cost to students - Approx. $125.00 if using own equipment.
If rentals
required, fees approximately $250.00 or lower depending on which sport is
chosen. Students must be at Holiday Mountain by 5:00 p.m.

SKILLS COURSES: SECOND HALF (For PE Majors) Letter Grades of A-F will be
assigned

58 272 M FITNESS SWIM 0.50 PE POOL LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Stepp, S.

58 392 J1 GOLF-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM Smith, W.

58 468 HO LIFEGUARD TRAINING 1.00 PE POOL LEC W 02:00PM-03:15PM Stepp, S.

58 472 CD TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM TBA

*Note: Black soled sneakers are not permitted on the Tennis Court

58 512 J BASEBALL-COED 0.50 PE FLD LEC T 09:30AM-11:00AM Smith, W.

58 558 I WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM TBA

58 562 CD FITNESS ASSESSMENT-COED 0.50 PE 222 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM
Boffalo, A.
EVENING

58 216 XS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE 0.50 PE 241 LEC S 08:00AM-09:50AM Richert, S.

*Course will meet on campus the first two sessions. Remaining sessions
will at off campus climbing sites. Student must provide own
transportation

58 548 XT HIKING FOR FITNESS* 0.50 PE 241 LEC S 10:00AM-11:50AM Richert,
S

*First two sessions will meet on campus. Remaining sessions will be off
campus hiking at local sites. Student must provide own transportation.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EXERCISE STUDIES, HEALTH (MOVEMENT SCIENCE DEPT)
continued

ACTIVITY COURSES: FIRST HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an ODD
number meet the FIRST HALF of the semester and end by 03/07/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) for Fail (F)

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.

99 123 B BASKETBALL-MEN 0.50 PE GYM2 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

99 141 F MODERN DANCE 1-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gilesdendanto,

99 161 B BEGIN SWIM-COED 0.50 PE POOL LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Stepp, S.

99 181 CD VOLLEYBALL-COED 0.50 PE GYM2 LEC F 10:00AM-11:45AM Roda, P.

99 181 J VOLLEYBALL-COED 0.50 PE GYM2 LEC TTH 10:00AM-10:50AM Wolslayer,
R.

99 181 KM VOLLEYBALL-COED 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:45PM Roda, P.

99 197 CD CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM
Smith, W.

99 197 FG CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 PE 223 LEC F 12:00PM-02:00PM
Boffalo, A.

*Hybrid Course - See box, page 32

99 197 G1 CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM
Smith, W.

99 197 H CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM
Gilesdendanto,

99 197 I CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM
TBA

99 197 IJ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TTH 09:00AM-09:50AM
Boffalo, A.

99 197 MK CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE HPL LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM
TBA

99 197 O CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC MW 03:00PM-03:50PM
Kissam-Horaz, E
99 197H F HON: CONCEPTS PHYSICAL WELLNESS*+ 0.50 PE 222 LEC MW 12:00PM-
12:50PM Stepp, S.

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14

99 213 EF ALPINE SKIING/SNOW-BOARDING* .50 SKI RES LEC T 05:00PM-06:00PM
Richert,S

*New Course -Location: Holiday Mt. Includes 1 hour of ski or snow
boarding instruction then practice time after. Instruction and practice
time to be coordinated
with professional ski or snow-boarding instructor. All sessions over by
10:00PM. Extra cost to students - Approx. $125.00 if using own equipment.
If rentals
required, fees approximately $250.00 or lower depending on which sport is
chosen. Students must be at Holiday Mountain by 5:00 p.m.

99 271 M FITNESS SWIMMING-COED 0.50 PE POOL LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM
Stepp, S.

99 337 B SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Morris, S.

99 337 C SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM TBA

99 337 CD SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC F 10:00AM-11:45AM TBA

99 337 D SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Stepp, S.

99 337 G SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM Kissam-Horaz, E

99 337 I SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Smith, W.

99 337 J SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:20AM Dross, G.

99 337 M SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Smith, W.

99 381 D JAZZ DANCE-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM
Gilesdendanto,

99 411 AB BADMINTON-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC F 08:00AM-09:45AM Wolslayer, R.

99 411 C BADMINTON-COED 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Morris, S.

99 421 C BALLET-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Gilesdendanto,

99 483 F FLOOR HOCKEY-MEN 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM Smith, W.

99 551 D RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Morris, S.

99 551 I RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Dross, G.

99 551 J RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 10:00AM-10:50AM Roda, P.
99 551 KM RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM Dross, G.

99 551 N RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 02:00PM-02:50PM TBA

*All sections of racquetball require students to provide their own AARA
approved protective eyewear

99 581 J SOCCER-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM Morris,S.

99 695 G PILATES 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM Gilesdendanto,

99 765 P TAICHI-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC TH 03:30PM-05:30PM Steng, H.

99 791 A WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 08:00AM-08:50AM Smith, W.

99 791 B WEIGHT TRAINING 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Boffalo, A.

99 791 H WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM Boffalo,
A.

99 791 KM WEIGHT TRAINING 0.50 PE ER LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM Boffalo, A.

99 829 AB CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 PE STU LEC F 08:00AM-09:30AM Dean, T

99 829 I CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 PE STU LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Dean, T
EVENING

99 197 EA CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC M 05:00PM-06:50PM
Smith, W.

99 197 EF CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM TBA

99 197 EJ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC W 07:00PM-08:45PM TBA

99 197 EN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TH 07:00PM-08:50PM
Conklin, J.

99 483 EA FLOOR HOCKEY-MEN 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC M 07:00PM-08:50PM Smith, W.

99 551 EA RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC M 05:00PM-06:50PM Quimby, S.

99 551 EN RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TH 05:00PM-06:45PM Quimby, S.

99 551 EO RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TH 07:00PM-08:50PM Quimby, S.

99 551 XS RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC S 08:00AM-09:45AM Quimby, S.

*All sections of racquetball require students to provide their own AARA
approved protective eyewear

99 767 EN STEP AEROBICS 0.50 PE STU LEC TH 05:00PM-06:50PM Conklin, J.

99 791 EF WEIGHT TRAINING 0.50 PE ER LEC T 07:00PM-08:45PM Boffalo, A.

99 821 EJ SELF-DEFENSE-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC W 07:00PM-08:45PM Bubenick,
W.

99 825 EJ SELF DEFENSE-WOMEN 0.50 PE STU LEC W 05:00PM-06:45PM Bubenick,
W.

DISTANCE LEARNING

99 197 DL CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Stepp, S.

99 197 DX CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Boffalo, A.

99 197 DZ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Deer, S.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

ACTIVITY COURSES: SECOND HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an EVEN
number meet the SECOND HALF of the semester and begin 03/08/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) or Fail (F)

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.
99 152 AB TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC F 08:00AM-09:45AM Wolslayer, R.

99 152 CD TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM TBA

99 152 F TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM Roda, P.

99 152 H TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM TBA

99 152 J TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC TTH 10:00AM-10:50AM Wolslayer, R.

99 152 M TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM TBA

*Note: Black soled sneakers are not permitted on the Tennis Court

99 162 B SWIMMING BEGINNER-COED 0.50 PE POOL LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM
Stepp, S.

99 182 C VOLLEYBALL-COED 0.50 PE GYM1 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM Smith, W.

99 194 C STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Giles,
L.

99 194 FG STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE STU LEC F 12:00PM-01:50PM Boffalo,
A.

99 194 J STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE STU LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:20AM
Boffalo, A.

99 198 B CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE HPL LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM
Smith, W.

99 198 D CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM TBA

99 198 FG CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC F 12:00PM-02:00PM TBA

99 198 G CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM
Kissam-Horaz, E

99 198 H CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC MW 02:00PM-02:50PM
Gilesdendanto

99 198 M CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TTH 12:00PM-12:50PM
Boffalo, A.

99 198 M1 CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE HPL LEC TTH 01:00PM-01:50PM
Boffalo, A.

99 272 M FIT SWIM-COED 0.50 PE POOL LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Stepp, S.

99 332 J1 GOLF-COED 0.50 PE GYM3 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM Smith, W.

99 338 C SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM TBA
99 338 D SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Morris, S.

99 338 F SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM Stepp, S.

99 338 J SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:20AM TBA

99 338 M SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Roda, P.

99 338 N SPINNING 0.50 PE 218 LEC TTH 02:00PM-02:50PM TBA

99 382 D JAZZ DANCE-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Gilesdendanto

99 392H F HON: SOCIAL DANCE*+ 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gilesdendanto

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14

99 518 J BASEBALL-COED 0.50 PE FLD LEC T 09:30AM-11:00AM Smith, W.

99 552 C RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Morris, S.

99 552 M RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Smith, W.

*All sections of racquetball require students to provide their own AARA
approved protective eyewear

99 558 B WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM TBA

99 558 F WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM Boffalo,
A.

99 558 I WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM TBA

99 558 J WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 223 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM Morris,
S.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EXERCISE STUDIES, HEALTH (MOVEMENT SCIENCE DEPT)
continued

99 558 J1 WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PE 146 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:20AM Roda,
P.

99 696 G PILATES 0.50 PE STU LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM Gilesdendanto

99 766 P TAICHI-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC TH 03:30PM-05:30PM Steng, H.

99 792 B WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 PE ER LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM Boffalo,
A.

99 830 AB CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 PE STU LEC F 08:00AM-09:30AM Dean, T

99 830 I CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 PE STU LEC TTH 08:00AM-08:50AM Dean, T

EVENING

99 152 EA TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC M 05:00PM-06:45PM Smith, W.

99 152 EF TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM Quimby, S.

99 152 XT TENNIS-COED* 0.50 PE TC LEC S 10:00AM-11:45AM Quimby, S.

*Note: Black soled sneakers are not permitted on the Tennis Court

99 198 EF CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM TBA

99 198 EJ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC W 05:00PM-06:45PM TBA

99 198 EN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PE 222 LEC TH 05:00PM-06:50PM
Conklin, J.

99 216 XS OUTDOOR ADVENTURE* 0.50 PE 241 LEC S 08:00AM-09:50AM Richert,
S.

*Course will meet on campus the first two sessions. Remaining sessions
will at off campus climbing sites. Student must provide own
transportation

99 548 XT HIKING FOR FITNESS* 0.50 PE 241 LEC S 10:00AM-11:50AM Richert,
S.

*First two sessions will meet on campus. Remaining sessions will be off
campus hiking at local sites. Student must provide own transportation.

99 552 EB RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC M 07:00PM-08:50PM Smith, W.

99 552 EF RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM Quimby, S.

99 552 XS RACQUETBALL-COED* 0.50 PE HC LEC S 08:00AM-09:45AM Quimby, S.
*All sections of racquetball require students to provide their own AARA
approved protective eyewear

99 768 EN STEP AEROBICS 0.50 PE STU LEC TH 07:00PM-08:50PM Conklin, J.

99 796 EF WEIGHT TRAINING-WOMEN 0.50 PE ER LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM TBA

99 822 EJ SELF DEFENSE-COED 0.50 PE STU LEC W 05:00PM-06:50PM Bubenick,
W.

99 826 EJ SELF DEFENSE-WOMEN 0.50 PE STU LEC W 07:00PM-08:50PM Bubenick,
W.

DISTANCE LEARNING

99 198 DL CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Stepp, S.

99 198 DX CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Boffalo, A.

99 198 DZ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS* 0.50 Deer, S.

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT (PHYSICAL THERAPIST ASSISTANT DEPT)

64 102 CD PTA ASSISTING 2*+ 4.00 BT 303 LEC MW 10:30AM-11:50AM Stephens,
K.

64 102L 1 PTA ASSISTING 2(LAB)* BT 103 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM Stephens,
K.

64 102L 2 PTA ASSISTING 2(LAB)* BT 103 LAB TH 11:00AM-01:50PM Stephens,
K.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab.

+Prerequisite: 31-105,64-101, 64-103, 64-105

64 202 FH PTA ASSISTING 4*+ 4.00 BT 103 LEC M 12:00PM-02:50PM Masker, M.

64 202L 1 PTA ASSISTING 4(LAB)* BT 103 LAB W 12:00PM-02:50PM Masker, M.

64 202L 2 PTA ASSISTING 4(LAB)* BT 103 LAB W 08:00AM-10:50AM Masker, M.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab.

+Prerequisite: 11-102, 64-201, 64-204, 64-207

64 013 F KINESIOLOGY SUPPORT MODULE* [1.00] BT 203 LEC W 01:00PM-01:50PM
Stephens, K.

*Co-requisite: 62-203

64 203 BC KINESIOLOGY*+ 4.00 BT 303 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:20AM Stephens, K.
64 203L 1 KINESIOLOGY(LAB)* BT 103 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM Stephens, K.

64 203L 2 KINESIOLOGY(LAB)* BT 103 LAB T 11:00AM-01:50PM Stephens, K.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab.

+Prerequisite: 31-105, 64-101, 64-103,64-105

64 206 S CLINICAL EDUCATION 2* 3.00 TBA TBA LEC TTH 08:00AM-03:50PM
Collins, R.

*Prerequisite: 64-201, 64-204, 64-207

64 208 AC CONTEMPORARY PRACTICE PTA* 3.00 BT 103 LEC M 08:00AM-10:50AM
Meier, G.

*Prerequisite: 64-201, 64-204, 64-207
PHYSICS & PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

(See also Chemistry, Geology)

35 101 C GENERAL PHYSICS 1* 4.00 HA 313 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Wolbeck,
J. 38-104

35 101L 1 GENERAL PHYSICS 1(LAB)* HA 316 LAB T 08:00AM-10:50AM Wolbeck,
J.

35 101L 2 GENERAL PHYSICS 1(LAB)* HA 316 LAB T 01:00PM-03:50PM Wolbeck,
J.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab.

35 102 B GEN PHYSICS 2* 4.00 HA 313 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Wolbeck, J.
35-101

35 102L 1 GEN PHYSICS 2(LAB)* HA 314 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM Wolbeck, J.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab.

35 104 F PHYSICAL SCIENCE ENG 2* 4.00 HA 313 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Cummins, J 35-103

35 104L 1 PHYSICAL SCIENCE ENG 2(LAB)* HA 316 LAB TH 08:00AM-10:50AM
Cummins, J

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab

35 108 I ACOUSTICS* 3.00 HA 314 LEC T 08:00AM-08:50AM Davies, D. 38-103

 HA 305 LEC TH 08:00AM-08:50AM

35 108L 1 ACOUSTICS(LAB)* HA 314 LAB W 08:00AM-09:50AM Davies, D.

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab

35 112 D APPLIED PHYSICS 2* 3.00 HA 314 LEC WF 11:00AM-11:50AM Moore, V.
35-111

35 112L 1 APPLIED PHYSICS 2(LAB)* HA 314 LAB F 12:00PM-01:50PM Moore, V.
35-111

*Student must register for the lecture and the lab

37 110 F ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
MacMahon, C.

37 110 G ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC MW 01:00PM-01:50PM
MacMahon, C.

37 110L 1 ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ HO 007 LAB W 02:00PM-03:50PM
MacMahon, C.
37 110L 2 ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ HO 007 LAB TH 02:30PM-04:20PM
MacMahon, C.

*Student must register for both a lecture and a lab.

+Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

37 125 G PHYSICAL SCI: PHYSICAL WORLD* 3.00 HA 316 LEC MF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Cummins, J

 HA 316 LAB W 01:00PM-02:50PM

EVENING

Lab portions built into evening sections

37 110 EF ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 011 LEC T 06:30PM-10:15PM
Biddle, M.

37 110 EI ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC TW 03:00PM-05:00PM
MacMahon, T.

37 110 EJ ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC W 06:30PM-10:15PM
Haas, J.

37 110 EN ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 HO 001 LEC TH 06:30PM-10:15PM
Haas, J.

+Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

37 120 EA ASTRONOMY* 3.00 HA 313 LEC M 06:00PM-07:55PM Wolbeck, J.

 HA 312 LEC M 08:00PM-10:45PM

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher, or permission
of instructor

37 125 EA PHYSICAL SCI: PHYSICAL WORLD* 3.00 HA 316 LEC MW 04:00PM-
05:50PM Cummins, J

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or Placement into 38-103 or higher

37 140 EF PHYSICAL SCI: THE ENVIRONMENT* 3.00 HA 316 LEC T 06:30PM-
10:15PM Moore, V.

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or Placement into 38-103 or higher

POLITICAL SCIENCE (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

24 101 F NATIONAL GOVERNMENT 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Basinski, P
24 102 B U S GOVERNMENT-STATE & LOCAL 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
McKay, J.

24 110 B INTRO POLITICAL SCIENCE 3.00 HU 205 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Basinski, P

24 130 D COMPARATIVE GOVERNMENT 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
McKay, J.

EVENING

24 101 EF U S GOVERNMENT-NATIONAL 3.00 HU 202 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Basinski, P

24 102 EA U S GOVERNMENT-STATE & LOCAL 3.00 HU 203 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Basinski, P
PSYCHOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

25 110 F PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 BT 117 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Sanders,
D.

25 110 H PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 02:00PM-03:00PM Sanders,
D.

25 110 I PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 HU 207 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Pavek,
G.

25 110 J PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 HU 202 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Pavek,
G.

25 111 A GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Sanders, D.

25 111 B GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Pernice, J.

25 111 C GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Powell,
D.

25 111 D GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 211 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Powell,
D.

25 111 D1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 202 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Pavek,
G.

25 111 F GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Pavek,
G.

25 111 G GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Powell,
D.

25 111 I GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Sanders, D.

25 111 I1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 205 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Pernice, J.

25 111 J GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1* 3.00 BT 364 LEC T 09:30AM-10:45AM
Guallini, P.

25 111 J1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1* 3.00 BT 364 LEC TH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Guallini, P.

*Hybrid course - see box, page 32

25 111 M GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM TBA

25 111 M1 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 202 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Pavek,
G.
25 111 P GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY I 3.00 HU 203 LEC TTH 03:30PM-04:45PM TBA

25 112 C GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 2 3.00 HU 207 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Coccia,
S. 25-111

25 112 G GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 2 3.00 BT 270 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Coccia,
S. 25-111

25 112 J GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 2* 3.00 HU 201 LEC T 09:30AM-10:45AM Coccia,
S. 25-111

*Hybrid course - see box, page 32

25 120 D DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 201 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Coccia, S. 25-111

25 121 B CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 207 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Schwartz, R
25-111

25 121 C CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 211 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Schwartz, R
25-111

25 122 C ADOLESCENT PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 203 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Pernice, J. 25-111

25 205 G ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY* 3.00 BT 364 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Sanders, D.

*Prerequisite - 6 credits of college psychology

EVENING

25 110 EA PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 HU 205 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM Foley, N.

25 110 EJ PSYCH OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 HU 205 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM Sheehan,
S.

25 111 EA GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 211 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Schwartz, Sh.

25 111 EF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 207 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

25 111 EN GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 HU 201 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM
Lundell, C.

25 112 EN GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 2 3.00 HA 211B LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM
Gawors, F. 25-111

25 120 EF DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 201 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM
Coccia, S. 25-111

25 121 EA CHILD PSYCHOLOGY 3.00 HU 201 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Schwartz, R
25-111
25 122 EJ PSYCHOLOGY OF ADOLESCENCE 3.00 HU 201 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Pernice, J. 25-111

25 205 EF ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY* 3.00 HU 201 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM Climes,
N.

*Prerequisite - 6 credits of college psychology

DISTANCE LEARNING

25 121 DL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY* 3.00 Guallini, P. 25-111

*Distance Learning Course, see box page 32

SUNY ORANGE

MISSION

We are a community of learners dedicated to
reaching out to all citizens of Orange County
to enrich their lives through the highest-quality
education possible. Intellectual rigor, personal
commitment and enhanced citizenship distinguish
a SUNY Orange education which will
enhance students’ economic opportunities,
deepen their appreciation of culture and of
their place in history while broadening their
sense of responsibility in a democratic society.

VISION

We will be the best college in the SUNY
System, the college of choice for all Orange
County citizens. We welcome all as individuals,
ensure academic and intellectual challenge,
and mentor all in a caring, supportive environment.
Students will remember the College as
one of their most richly rewarding experiences,
the compass that guides their continued development.
We consistently renew our promise to
be a most rigorous and caring academic institution,
to provide visionary leadership, and to
create a symphony of opportunity for personal
and professional growth. We aspire to be the
most efficient in shepherding public resources
and to be a strategic force in enhancing the
quality of life in Orange County and beyond.

VALUES

As community college educators our professional
lives are informed by shared values
of mutual respect, integrity in the rigorous
and honest pursuit of academic inquiry, and a
commitment to the highest standards of excellence
in all we do. We further value a spirited
dedication to service, a celebration of culturally
rich campus environs, and the gathering
to our community of the most varied mixture
of maturity, ethnicity, patterns of thought,
language and spirituality. Our sense of ethical
and democratic responsibility bonds us to one
another. All those who come here will experience
at SUNY Orange a sense of belonging to
a special community of learners and will speak
with pride of our openness and inspiration in
the creation of the strongest sense of local and
global community.
RADIOLOGIC TECHNOLOGY (DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING DEPT)

72 102 AC PRINCIPLES RADIOGRAPHIC EXPOS 2* 4.00 BT 308 LEC M 08:00AM-
10:30AM Misiak, R. 72-101

72 102L 1 PRINCIPLES RAD EXPOS 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB M 11:00AM-12:50PM
Misiak, R.

72 102L 2 PRINCIPLES RAD EXPOS 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB M 01:00PM-02:50PM
Misiak, R.

72 102L 3 PRINCIPLES RAD EXPOS 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB W 10:00AM-11:50AM
Misiak, R.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section

72 106 AC RAD POSITIONING 2*+ 4.00 BT 308 LEC F 08:00AM-10:30AM
Terribile, C. 72-105

72 106L 1 RAD POSITIONING 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB F 11:00AM-12:50PM
Terribile, C.

72 106L 2 RAD POSITIONING 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB F 01:00PM-02:50PM
Terribile, C.

72 106L 3 RAD POSITIONING 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LAB W 08:00AM-09:50AM
Terribile, C.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

72 110 X CLINICAL PRACTICUM 1 1.00 TBA TBA LEC TTH 08:00AM-04:00PM
Verschuuren, A.

72 206 O METHODS OF PATIENT CARE 2* 1.00 BT 308 LEC W 03:00PM-03:50PM
Verschuuren, A. 72-205

72 206L 1 METHODS OF PATIENT CARE 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LEC W 12:00PM-12:50PM
Verschuuren, A.

72 206L 2 METHODS OF PATIENT CARE 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LEC W 02:00PM-02:50PM
Verschuuren, A.

72 206L 3 METHODS OF PATIENT CARE 2 (LAB)* BT 308 LEC W 01:00PM-01:50PM
Verschuuren, A.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section

72 210 N QUALITY ASSURANCE* 1.00 BT 308 LEC T 02:00PM-02:50PM
Verschuuren, A.

72 210L 1 QUALITY ASSURANCE (LAB)* BT 308 LAB T 12:00PM-12:50PM
Verschuuren, A.
72 210L 2 QUALITY ASSURANCE (LAB)* BT 308 LAB T 01:00PM-01:50PM
Verschuuren, A.

*Student must register for the lecture and a lab section

72 211 IJ RADIATION BIOLOGY* 2.00 BT 308 LEC T 08:00AM-09:40AM Costic, D.

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

72 212 IJ ADVANCED IMAGING MOD 3.00 BT 308 LEC TH 08:00AM-10:30AM Misiak,
R.

72 213 X CLINICAL PRACTICUM 4 1.50 TBA TBA LEC MWF 08:00AM-04:00PM
Verschuuren, A. 72-112

72 215 KM MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY*+ 1.00 BT 308 LEC TH 12:00PM-12:50PM Rossi,
D.

72 215 N MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY*+ 1.00 BT 308 LEC TH 02:00PM-02:50PM Rossi,
D.

*Prerequisite: placement into 11-101

+Course is open to all students

EVENING

72 104 EJ RADIATION PROTECTION 1.00 BT 308 LEC W 04:00PM-04:50PM Costic,
D.

SOCIOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

26 110 A SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 HU 209 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Solomon, I.

26 110 B SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 HU 211 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM Solomon, I.

26 110 J SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 OH 109 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Hunter, L.

26 110 M SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 OH 109 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Hunter, L.

27 201 C INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 OH 109 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Hunter,
L.

27 201 D INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 OH 109 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Hunter,
L.

27 201 F INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 HU 210 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM Solomon,
I.

27 201 G INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 OH 109 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM Hunter,
L.
27 201 M INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 HU 210 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Harlach,
T.

27 209H M HON: ARCHAEOLOGY & PREHISTORY*+ 3.00 MO 001 LEC TTH 12:30PM-
01:45PM Kass, B.

*Required - permission of Honors Coordinator

+Honors Course - see box, page 14

EVENING

26 110 EF SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 OH 109 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM Hunter, L.

27 201 EF INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 HU 210 LEC T 06:00PM-08:45PM Kass, B.

27 201 EJ INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 HU 203 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Harlach,
T.

THEATER (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

14 111 GH INTRO TO THEATER 3.00 OH 108 LEC MW 01:00PM-02:15PM Cohen, D

14 115 HO ACTING FUNDAMENTALS 3.00 OH 026 LEC MW 02:30PM-03:45PM Cohen, D

14 117 NP IMPROVISATION FOR THEATER 3.00 OH THEA LEC TTH 02:30PM-03:45PM
Cohen, D

EVENING

14 108 EF STAGE MAKE-UP 3.00 OH 026 LEC T 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

14 112 EJ THEATER WORKSHOP 3.00 OH THEA LEC W 04:00PM-06:45PM Schaefer,
H.
Newburgh Extension

Day and Evening Credit Courses Evening Courses are Boxed and Shaded)

SUNY ORANGE

1. Credit courses may also be taken for no credit (audit).

2. TBA represents to be announced.

3. We reserve the right to change instructors and program offerings.

4. Courses with [ ] (brackets) are institutional credit only.

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

ACCOUNTING (ACCOUNTING/OFFICE TECHNOLOGY DEPT)

55 101 QJ BUSINESS MATH* 3.00 KEY 310 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Seiss, L.

*Note: Cannot be used to fulfill Math-Science requirement for any degree

55 118 QM PERSONAL FINANCE 3.00 KEY 310 LEC TTH 01:00PM-02:15PM Angerame,
L.

55 133 QJ FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING 4.00 KEY 214 LEC TTH 09:30AM-11:20AM
Vondras, J.

EVENING

55 132 TA ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES 2 4.00 KEY 310 LEC M 06:30PM-10:15PM
Marley, B. 55-131

55 134 TA MANAGERIAL ACCOUNTING 4.00 KEY 214 LEC M 06:30PM-10:15PM
Confrey, T. 55-133

ART (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

(Note: Studio Art classes may involve extra cost for materials)

41 103 QF DRAWING 1* 2.00 KEY 207 LEC W 12:00PM-02:45PM TBA

*PM Express course - see box, page 22

41 130 QF INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 KEY 207 LEC W 09:00AM-11:45AM
Richichi, L

41 130 QJ INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 KEY 207 LEC T 09:00AM-11:45AM
Richichi, L

41 115 QS VIS COM GRAPHIC DESIGN 1 3.00 KEY 211 LEC S 09:00AM-12:45PM
Nozell, P.
EVENING

(Note: Studio Art classes may involve extra cost for materials)

41 130 TJ INTRODUCTION TO ART 3.00 KEY 207 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM
Richichi, L

BIOLOGY (BIOLOGY DEPT)

(Note: Students taking lab science courses must coordinate a day lecture
with a day lab section. Evening lectures with evening labs.

The course and lab location must be the same ie. Newburgh lectures with
Newburgh labs.)

31 111 QF NUTRITION* 3.00 KEY 312 LEC W 12:00PM-02:45PM Chisamore, P

*PM Express Course - see box, page 22

31 121 QD INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 KEY 313 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121 QF INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 KEY 311 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L Q1 INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* KEY 112 LAB T 12:00PM-02:50PM TBA

31 121L Q2 INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* KEY 112 LAB TH 12:00PM-02:50PM TBA

31 121L Q3 INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* KEY 112 LAB W 02:00PM-04:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

31 121L Q4 INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* KEY 112 LAB F 09:00AM-11:50AM
VerHeyden, A.

*Student must register for both a lecture and a lab section

31 123 QM DIVERSITY OF LIFE* 3.00 KEY 315 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:20PM Kahl,
P.

31 123L Q1 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* KEY 317 LAB T 01:30PM-04:20PM Kahl,
P.

31 123L Q2 DIVERSITY OF LIFE (LAB)* KEY 317 LAB TH 01:30PM-04:20PM Kahl,
P.

*Student must register for both the lecture and a lab section

EVENING

31 111 TJ NUTRITION 3.00 KEY 313 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

31 121 TA INTRODUCTION TO BIOLOGY* 3.00 KEY 112 LEC M 06:00PM-07:50PM
Gloeckler, G.
31 121L TO INTRODUCTION TO BIO (LAB)* KEY 112 LAB W 06:00PM-08:50PM
Gloeckler, G.

*Student must register for both the lecture and the lab section

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DEPT)

55 110 QB INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 KEY 208 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Finnigan, J.

55 120 QC BUS & SOCIETY 3.00 KEY 208 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Finnigan, J.

55 216 QM PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT* 3.00 KEY 313 LEC T 12:30PM-03:15PM
Mullin, R.

*PM Express course - see box, page 22

EVENING

55 110 TA INTRO TO BUSINESS 3.00 KEY 318 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM Smith,
R.E.

55 120 TF BUSINSESS & SOCIETY 3.00 KEY 207 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM
Finnigan, J.

55 216 TJ PRINCIPLES OF MANAGEMENT 3.00 KEY 311 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM
Heffernan, P.

55 222 TN BUSINESS LAW 2 3.00 KEY 207 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM Lissauer, L.
55-221
Spring 2007

Newburgh Campus

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

47

Register for Credit Courses NOW! See pages 27/31

CHEMISTRY (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

(See also - Physics & Physical Sciences)

EVENING

37 110 TN ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS* 3.00 KEY 317 LEC TH 04:45PM-06:00PM
Istone,W.

37 110L TZ ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS (LAB)*+ KEY 317 LAB TH 06:30PM-
08:15PM Istone, W.

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

+Student must register for the lecture and the lab

COMMUNICATION (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

13 110 QM FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 KEY 311 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
TBA

13 110 QN FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 KEY 311 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
TBA

EVENING

13 110 TF FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 KEY 209 LEC T 06:00PM-08:45PM
TBA

COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

55 161 QB MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.00 KEY 214 LEC MW 09:00AM-10:50AM
TBA

EVENING

55 161 TJ MICROCOMPUTER APPLICATIONS 3.00 KEY 212 LEC W 06:00PM-09:50PM
TBA

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPT)

28 101 QA CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 KEY 216 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM Jurain,
R.
28 110 QP CRIMINOLOGY* 3.00 KEY 315 LEC T 03:00PM-05:45PM Woods, P

*PM Express course - see box, page 22

29 101 QG UNDERSTANDING JUVENILE OFFENDER 3.00 KEY 208 LEC MW 01:00PM-
02:15PM TBA

69 102 QC PATROL OPERATIONS 3.00 KEY 313 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM Jurain,
R. 28-101

69 204 QB CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 2 3.00 KEY 318 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
TBA

EVENING

28 101 TN CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 KEY 312 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

28 107 TF CRITICAL ISSUES LAW ENFORCEMENT 3.00 KEY 315 LEC T 07:00PM-
09:45PM TBA

67 210 TN CRIMINAL LAW 3.00 KEY 311 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:45PM Finkelstein,
M. 28-101

69 101 TJ POLICE ORGANIZATION & ADMIN 3.00 KEY 318 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
TBA 28-101

69 203 TA CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 1 3.00 KEY 313 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Benitez, E.

69 204 TJ CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION 2 3.00 KEY 311 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Giffen, M.

69 206 TA CRIMINALISTICS 3.00 KEY 317 LEC MW 05:00PM-06:25PM Petersen, A.
28-101, 69-203,

 69-204

EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION (EDUCATION DEPT)

EVENING

71 102 TA CHILD DEVELOPMENT 2 3.00 KEY 311 LEC M 07:00PM-09:50PM TBA 71-
101

71 107 TN MANDATED TRAINING* 1.00 KEY 316 LEC TH 07:00PM-08:50PM Diemer,
C.

*Accelerated first half course - see box, page 18

71 203 TF INFANT AND TODDLER DEVELOP* 3.00 KEY 216 LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM
TBA

*Prerequisites: 25-111,71-101,71-102,71-104
+Local day-time site observations beyond college class attendance

ECONOMICS (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

21 201 QM MACRO ECONOMIC 3.00 KEY 312 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM Odock, V.

21 202 QN MICRO ECONOMICS 3.00 KEY 312 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Odock, V.

EVENING

21 201 TJ MACRO ECONOMICS 3.00 KEY 316 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Odock, V.

ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING (APPLIED TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

51 120 QD COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 KEY 212 LEC MW 11:00AM-12:15PM TBA

51 120 QS COMPUTER GRAPHICS 2.00 KEY 212 LEC S 09:00AM-11:50AM TBA
Spring 2007

 www.sunyorange.edu

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

48

ENGLISH (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

11 030 QF BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] KEY 209 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Slichta, C.

*Required: Weekly Writing Center Hr.

11 040 QA BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 209 LEC MWF 08:00AM-08:50AM
Sculley, P.

11 040 QG BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 209 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Graff, S.

11 040 QJ BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 318 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Donnelly, S.

11 040 QM BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 318 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Donnelly, S.

*Prerequisite: 11-030 or placement

11 050 QC READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] KEY 312 LEC MWF 10:00AM-
10:50AM Graff, S.

11 050 QJ READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] KEY 209 LEC TTH 09:30AM-
10:45AM Pendergast, S.

*Required: Weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in Key 215

11 060 QD READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2*+** [3.00] KEY 216 LEC MWF 11:00AM-
11:50AM Graff, S.

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in Key 215

**Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 060 QM READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 209 LEC TTH 12:30PM-
01:45PM Pendergast, S.

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr., located in Key 215
11 070 QD ENGLISH AS SECOND LANGUAGE [3.00] KEY 209 LEC MWF 11:00AM-
11:50AM Mocko, C.

11 101 QG FRESHMAN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1*+ 3.00 KEY 316 LEC MWF 01:00PM-
01:50PM Slichta, C.

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

*Prerequisite: 11-040 or placement. Students who placed into any
developmental reading course, 11-060 must be completed prior to enrolling
in 11-101

11 101 QN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 KEY 318 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM Platt,
G.

11 101 QO FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1*+** 3.00 KEY 316 LEC W 03:00PM-05:45PM
Slichta, C.

*Prerequisite: 11-040 or placement. Students who placed into any
developmental reading course, 11-060 must be completed prior to enrolling
in 11-101

+PM Express Course, see box, page 22

**Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 102 QC FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 KEY 318 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Donnelly, S. 11-101

11 102 QF FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 KEY 318 LEC MWF 12:00PM-12:50PM
Donnelly, S. 11-101

11 102 QJ FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 KEY 312 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Goldman, P 11-101

11 220 QD WOMEN WRITERS* 3.00 KEY 315 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM Sculley, P.
11-102

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

EVENING

11 030 TJ BASIC WRITING SKILLS 1* [3.00] KEY 208 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Castore, K

*Required: Weekly Writing Center Hr., Key 215

11 040 TA BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 216 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
TBA

11 040 TF BASIC WRITING SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 216 LEC TTH 04:00PM-05:15PM
TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-030 or placement
11 050 TN READING AND STUDY SKILLS 1* [3.00] KEY 315 LEC TH 07:00PM-
09:45PM TBA

*Required: Weekly Reading Lab Hr., Key 215

11 060 TF READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 216 LEC TTH 05:30PM-
06:45PM TBA

11 060 TJ READING AND STUDY SKILLS 2* [3.00] KEY 315 LEC W 07:00PM-
09:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-050 or placement

+Required: weekly Reading Lab Hr., Key 215

11 101 TJ FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 KEY 310 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM TBA

11 101 TN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 1* 3.00 KEY 312 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

*Prerequisite: 11-040 or placement. Students who placed into any
developmental reading course, 11-060 must be completed prior to enrolling
in 11-101

11 102 TF FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 KEY 208 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA 11-
101

11 102 TN FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 KEY 310 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Kreitzer, A. 11-101

11 210 TF AM LIT: 1865 TO PRESENT* 3.00 KEY 318 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Slichta, C. 11-102

*Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

11 217 TN FILM & LITERATURE 3.00 KEY 221 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM Platt, G.
11-102

11 297B TA SPEC STUD: COMING TO AMERICA*+ 3.00 KEY 209 LEC MW 04:00PM-
06:45PM Godwin, C. 11-102

*Second Half semester, accelerated course - begins 3/8

+Web Enhanced Required - see box, page 32

FOREIGN LANGUAGES (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

48 102 QC ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 KEY 216 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Cowan, J.

*Prerequisite: 48-101 or instructor placement

EVENING
46 102 TN ELEMENTARY ITALIAN 2 3.00 KEY 209 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Wolvek, R. 46-101

48 102 TJ ELEMENTARY SPANISH 2* 3.00 KEY 216 LEC W 06:00PM-08:45PM Cowan,
J.

*Prerequisite: 48-101 or instructor placement
HISTORY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

23 103 QC US HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 KEY 315 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Bierling, H.

23 104 QN US HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 KEY 316 LEC TTH 02:00PM-03:15PM
Terwilliger, M.

23 106 QM WORLD HISTORY SINCE 1500 AD 3.00 KEY 208 LEC TTH 12:30PM-
01:45PM Schwegler, D.

23 160 QA MEDIEVAL & RENAISSANCE EUROPE 3.00 KEY 316 LEC MWF 08:00AM-
08:50AM Bierling, H.

EVENING

23 103 TF U S HISTORY TO 1865 3.00 KEY 316 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Bierling, H.

23 112 TA LATIN AMER HERITAGE & HISTORY 3.00 KEY 315 LEC M 06:30PM-
09:15PM Cowan, J.

23 150 TA GREEK & ROMAN WORLD 3.00 KEY 316 LEC M 07:00PM-09:45PM
Schwegler, D.

23 180 TN MODERN EUROPE 3.00 KEY 316 LEC TH 04:00PM-06:45PM TBA

23 201 TJ MODERN CHINA & JAPAN 3.00 TBA TBA LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA

MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT)

38 010 QB DEVELOPMENTAL ARITHMETIC* [3.00] KEY 310 LEC MWF 09:00AM-
09:50AM Backofen, G.

*Prerequisite: Math placement test

38 020 QB DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] KEY 311 LEC MWF 09:00AM-09:50AM
Pinkall, B

38 020 QK DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] KEY 316 LEC TTH 11:00AM-12:15PM
Blon, M.

38 020 QM DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA* [3.00] KEY 207 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Blon, M.

*Prerequisite: 38-010 or placement

38 103 QC ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 209 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Pinkall, B

Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement

38 103 QF ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA+* 3.00 KEY 207 LEC M 12:00PM-02:45PM
Pinesett, S.
+PM Express Course, see box, page 22

38 103 QI ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 315 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM
Pleasants, J.

38 103 QM ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 216 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM
Hirschel, K.

38 104 QJ INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 316 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM
Pleasants, J.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-103 or placement

38 107 QJ COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 216 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM Hirschel,
K.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-104 or placement

EVENING

38 020 TA DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA [3.00] KEY 208 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM
Backofen, G.

38 020 TF DEVELOPMENTAL ALGEBRA [3.00] KEY 310 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM
Hyde, M

*Prerequisite: 38-010 or placement

38 103 TJ ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 312 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM Coffey,
K.

38 103 TN ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 313 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM
Niedzielski, J

Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement

38 104 QS INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 318 LEC S 08:00AM-10:50AM
Murray, V.

38 104 TN INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 318 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Murray, V.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-103 or placement

38 107 TN COLLEGE ALGEBRA* 3.00 KEY 208 LEC TH 06:30PM-09:15PM Cauthers,
S.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-104 or placement

MUSIC (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

42 101 QC INTRODUCTION TO MUSIC 3.00 KEY 221 LEC MWF 10:00AM-10:50AM
Curtis, S.
42 111 QG HISTORY OF ROCK MUSIC 3.00 KEY 221 LEC T 08:00AM-10:45AM Miele,
D.

42 112 QD FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC 3.00 KEY 221 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Curtis, S.

OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES (ACCOUNTING/OFFICE TECHNOLOGIES DEPT)

55 106 IQ KEYBOARDING* 1.00 KEY 212 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Krissler, S.

*First Half semester course ends Mar. 7

55 106 QI KEYBOARDING* 1.00 KEY 212 LEC TTH 08:00AM-09:15AM Krissler, S.

*Second Half semester course begins Mar. 8

55 107 QM ELEMENTARY COMPUTER KEYBOARDING 3.00 KEY 212 LEC TTH 11:00AM-
12:50PM Seiss, L.

EVENING

55 106 TA KEYBOARDING 1.00 KEY 212 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Colonna, A.

*First Half semester course ends Mar. 7

55 106 TB KEYBOARDING 1.00 KEY 212 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Colonna, A.

*Second Half semester course begins Mar. 8

55 202 TN BUSINESS COMMUNICATIONS 3.00 KEY 212 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Seiss, L.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EXERCISE STUDIES, HEALTH (MOVEMENT SCIENCE DEPT)

THEORY COURSES

58 210 QK CONTEMPORARY HEALTH 3.00 YMN 132 LEC TTH 11:00AM-12:15PM
Kissam-Horaz, E

ACTIVITY COURSES: FIRST HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an ODD
number meet the FIRST HALF of the semester and end by 03/07/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) for Fail (F)

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.

99 141 QM MODERN DANCE 1-COED 0.50 YMN 119 LEC TH 12:30PM-02:00PM
Gilesdendanto

99 193 QM STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC T 12:30PM-02:00PM
Scandell, M.

99 197 QB CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM
Scandell, M.

99 197 QC CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM
Vela,P.

99 197 QD CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM
Vela,P.

99 197 QJ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC T 09:30AM-11:00AM
Scandell, M.

99 197 QJ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC T 09:30AM-10:50AM
Scandell, M.

99 197 JQ CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC TH 09:30AM-10:50AM
Scandell, M.

99 695 QJ PILATES 0.50 YMN 119 LEC TH 09:30AM-10:50AM Gilesdendanto

99 745 QD BODYSHAPING-COED 0.50 YMN 119 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Scandell,
M.

99 767 QF STEP AEROBICS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC M 12:00PM-01:50PM Vela, P.

99 791 QF WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Scandell, M.

99 791 QM WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC TH 12:00PM-01:50PM Vela,
P.
99 829 QC CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 YMN 119 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Scandell,
M.

EVENING

99 197 TF CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM
Vela, P.

99 197 TN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:00PM
TBA

99 791 TF WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM Vela,
P.

99 791 TN WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC TH 05:00PM-07:00PM TBA

ACTIVITY COURSES: SECOND HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an EVEN
number meet the SECOND HALF of the semester and begin 03/08/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) or Fail (F)

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.

99 194 QM STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC T 12:30PM-02:00PM
Scandell, M.

99 196 QJ EXERCISE & WEIGHT MGT. 0.50 YMN 119 LEC TH 09:30AM-10:50AM
Vela,P.

99 198 QB CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC MW 09:00AM-09:50AM
Scandell, M.

99 198 QC CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC M 10:00AM-11:50AM
Vela, P.

99 198 QM CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC TH 12:30PM-01:50PM
Vela, P.

99 198 QC CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC TH 09:30AM-11:00AM
Gilesdendanto

99 558 QC WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC F 10:00AM-11:50AM Vela,
P.

99 558 QJ WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC T 09:30AM-11:00AM
Scandell, M.

99 696 QM PILATES 0.50 YMN 119 LEC TH 12:30PM-02:00PM Gilesdendanto

99 746 QD BODYSHAPING-COED 0.50 YMN 119 LEC MW 11:00AM-11:50AM Scandell,
M.
99 768 QF STEP AEROBICS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC M 12:00PM-01:50PM Vela, P.

99 792 QF WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC MW 12:00PM-12:50PM
Scandell, M.

99 830 QC CARDIO-KICKBOXING 0.50 YMN 119 LEC MW 10:00AM-10:50AM Scandell,
M.

EVENING

99 198 TF CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC T 07:00PM-08:50PM
Vela, P.

99 198 TN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 132 LEC TH 05:00PM-06:50PM
TBA

99 558 TF WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 YMN 119 LEC T 05:00PM-06:50PM Vela,
P.

99 792 TN WEIGHT TRAINING-COED 0.50 YMN 143 LEC TH 07:00PM-09:00PM TBA

PHYSICS & PHYSICAL SCIENCES (SCIENCE & ENGINEERING DEPT)

(See also Chemistry)

37 140 QJ PHYSICAL SCI:THE ENVIRONMENT 3.00 KEY 317 LEC TTH 09:00AM-
10:50AM MacMahon, C.

EVENING

37 110 TN ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS*+ 3.00 KEY 317 LEC TH 04:45PM-
06:00PM Istone, W.

37 110L TZ ELEMENTS OF CHEMISTRY/PHYS (LAB)*+ KEY 317 LAB TH 06:30PM-
08:15PM Istone, W.

*Prerequisite: 38-020 or placement into 38-103 or higher

+Student must register for the lecture and the lab
Spring 2007

Newburgh Campus

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

51

Register for Credit Courses NOW! See pages 27/31

PSYCHOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

25 110 QD PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 KEY 312 LEC MWF 11:00AM-11:50AM
Mikijanic, S.

25 111 QG GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 KEY 315 LEC MWF 01:00PM-01:50PM
Mikijanic, S.

EVENING

25 110 TF PSYCHOLOGY OF ADJUSTMENT 3.00 KEY 311 LEC T 06:30PM-09:15PM
Dobson, R.

25 111 TF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 1 3.00 KEY 313 LEC T 06:00PM-08:45PM
Mikijanic, S.

SOCIOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

26 110 QJ SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 KEY 315 LEC TTH 09:30AM-10:45AM White, K.

26 110 QO SOCIAL PROBLEMS* 3.00 KEY 311 LEC M 03:00PM-05:45PM Ponesse, C.

*PM Express course - see box, page 22

27 201 QM INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 KEY 316 LEC TTH 12:30PM-01:45PM White,
K.

EVENING

26 110 TF SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 KEY 312 LEC T 06:00PM-08:45PM Ponesse, C.

27 201 TJ INTRO TO SOCIOLOGY 3.00 KEY 209 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Ponesse,
C.

SUNY ORANGE

 Evening Credit Courses

1. Credit courses may also be taken for no credit (audit).
2. TBA represents to be announced.

3. We reserve the right to change instructors and program offerings.

4. Courses with [ ] (brackets) are institutional credit only.

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

MONROE-WOODBURY HIGH SCHOOL

Coordinator: Amber Reeves available only on hours and days when classes
are in session. Phone (845) 460-7000, extension 7004.

For assistance at other times please call the Office of Educational
Partnerships at (845) 341-4765 or e-mail ispauldi@sunyorange.edu.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DEPT)

55 120 KJ BUSINESS & SOCIETY 3.00 MWH 175 LEC W 06:30PM-09:15PM TBA

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPT)

28 101 KJ CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 MWH 172 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Beattie, H.

ENGLISH (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

11 102 KJ FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 MWH 171 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM TBA 11-
101

MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT)

38 103 KF ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 3.00 MWH 172 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Niedzielski, J.

PSYCHOLOGY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

25 112 KF GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY 2 3.00 MWH 175 LEC T 07:00PM-09:45PM
Schwartz, Sh. 25-111
Spring 2007

 www.sunyorange.edu

Department/Section/Title Credits Bldg/Room Act/Days Time Instructor
Prereqs

52

PORT JERVIS HIGH SCHOOL

Evening Coordinator available only on hours and days when classes are in
session. Phone (845) 661-9069.

For assistance at other times please call the Office of Educational
Partnerships at (845) 341-4765 or e-mail ispauldi@sunyorange.edu.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE (CRIMINAL JUSTICE DEPT)

28 101 PJ CRIMINAL JUSTICE 3.00 PJH 133 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM Bennett, J.

MATHEMATICS (MATH/COMPUTER SCIENCE DEPT)

38 104 PA INTERMEDIATE ALGEBRA* 3.00 PJH 133 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM
D’Angelo, C.

*Prerequisite: C-or better in 38-103 or placement

PHYSICAL EDUCATION, EXERCISE STUDIES, HEALTH (MOVEMENT SCIENCE DEPT)

ACTIVITY COURSES: FIRST HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an ODD
number meet the FIRST HALF of the semester and end by 03/07/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) for Fail (F)

Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.

99 193 PN STRETCH FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PJH 134 LEC TH 05:00PM-06:45PM
Worden, M.

99 197 PN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PJH 134 LEC TH 07:00PM-08:45PM
Worden, M.

ACTIVITY COURSES: SECOND HALF (For All-Majors)

The following Physical Education Activity Courses that end with an EVEN
number meet the SECOND HALF of the semester and begin 03/08/07

These courses are applicable to the Physical Education requirement and
are graded Pass (P) or Fail (F)
Students must be dressed for activity the first class meeting.

99 198 PN CONCEPTS OF PHYS WELLNESS 0.50 PJH 132 LEC TH 05:00PM-06:45PM
Worden, M.

99 558 PN WALKING FOR WELLNESS 0.50 PJH 134 LEC TH 07:00PM-08:45PM
Worden, M.

WARWICK VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

Evening Coordinator available only on hours and days when classes are in
session. Phone (845) 661-8457.

For assistance at other times please call the Office of Educational
Partnerships at (845) 341-4765 or e-mail ispauldi@sunyorange.edu.

BUSINESS MANAGEMENT (BUSINESS MANAGEMENT DEPT)

55 221 WA BUSINESS LAW 1 3.00 WVHS 120 LEC M 06:30PM-09:15PM TBA

COMMUNICATIONS (ARTS & COMMUNICATION DEPT)

13 110 WN FUND SPEECH COMMUNICATION 3.00 WVHS 120 LEC TH 06:00PM-08:45PM
Scharfenberger, J.

ENGLISH (ENGLISH & FOREIGN LANGUAGES DEPT)

11 102 WA FRESHMAN ENGLISH 2 3.00 WVHS 118 LEC M 06:00PM-08:45PM Goldman,
P 11-101

HISTORY (SOCIAL SCIENCES DEPT)

23 104 WJ U S HISTORY SINCE 1865 3.00 WVHS 129 LEC W 07:00PM-09:45PM
Schwegler, D.
Spring 2007

POLICIES AND PROCEDURES

Attendance

Attendance is required in all courses. Work missed during any period of
absence,
regardless of the reason for the absence, must be made up by the student
(see course syllabi
for details). Instructors are authorized to lower grades for class
absences and may withdraw
students from non-developmental courses for excessive absences.

Instructors shall not lower grades for absences for religious observance
nor, provided
the instructor’s permission is given in advance, for participation in
athletics or other college-
sponsored events.

If illness, accident or similar circumstances make it impossible for a
student to attend
classes for three or more consecutive days, it is his or her
responsibility to notify the Office
of Records and Registration at once. The Records and Registration Office
will, in turn,
notify each instructor. However, it is the student’s responsibility to
contact each instructor
to make up missed work.

Current or future awards of financial aid may be affected if a student
does not attend
classes for which he or she is registered.

Audit of Course

Students who do not wish to earn credit or grade should complete a
special permission
card available at the Records and Registration Office when they register
for courses.
Students may, however, change status from audit to credit or vice versa,
if they file the
special permission card by the end of the third week of classes (or its
equivalent). Some
courses, such as Nursing, are not subject to audit.

Those students who are receiving financial aid should consult with the
Financial Aid
Office before registering for or changing to audit status.

Certifications of Enrollment/Attendance or Certifications of Full-
Time/Part-Time Status
Students who require official certifications from the Records and
Registration Office
regarding enrollment/attendance or full-time/part-time status should
submit signed written
requests allowing our Office to release such information in accordance
with the Federal
Education Rights and Privacy Act.

Certifications of Full-Time/Part-Time Status are done on a first-come,
first-served
basis. Certifications of Enrollment/Attendance are not sent until after
the end of the
third week of classes. If receipt by the requesting agency is needed by a
specific deadline,
students should so state in their requests.

To certify enrollment, tuition and fees must be paid and all stop/holds
must be
cleared from the student’s records.

Final Examination Policy and Last Day of Classes

Final examinations are not required in all courses. In the Fall semester,
for the mandatory
fifteenth week, and in the Spring semester during the optional sixteenth
week, a special
schedule is developed for the day classes to accommodate those classes
which will give a
comprehensive final examination. Final examinations will not necessarily
be held on the
same day or at the same time, during the Fall/Spring semesters, as the
regularly scheduled
course. The special schedule for final examinations of day classes is
developed and distributed
by the director of academic services at the tenth week of the semester.
Examinations
for evening classes are usually held in the last week, the same day of
the week and at the
same time of day, during the fall/spring semesters, as the regularly
scheduled course. See
the academic calendar, page 2, for the dates for final examinations.

Fresh Start Policy

(Effective August 31, 1998)

This policy is intended to provide a “fresh start” for students with poor
grades who
either want to change to a new program, or, having been away from the
College for at least
one year, want to resume their original plan of study. Please note that
this application will
not be reviewed until at least four (4) weeks into the returning
semester.
An eligible student will have his or her CQPA re-computed by excluding
final grades
earned in courses taken at SUNY Orange that are not explicitly required
in the student’s
intended degree or certificate program. The student may apply for this
fresh start opportunity
at any time during her or his career. However, a Fresh Start will be
awarded only once.
If the application is denied by the Director of Academic Services, a
written appeal may be
made to the Vice President for Academic Affairs.

Application of the Fresh Start Policy means:

 Grades will be omitted from the recalculation of a CQPA until the CQPA
is 2.0 or the smallest
possible number above 2.0. However, the original grade remains on the
transcript.

 Courses and grades omitted from the re-calculation will be identified on
the transcript by the
“#” symbol printed beside the recalculated course(s).

To be eligible for a fresh start, a student must meet ALL of the
following criteria:

 Be matriculated in a registered degree or certificate program at the
College.

 Have changed curriculum, or have been out of the College for at least
one calendar year.

 Have a CQPA lower than 2.0 at the time of the request.

 Acknowledge in writing the restrictions of this policy.

 Not have had any courses “discounted” under the previous policy.

Honors Program

The Honors Program has been developed to offer highly motivated and
talented students
an opportunity to develop their potential more fully as they study for
the Associate degree.
Honors courses will offer enrichment through alternative texts, outside
readings, research
projects, and abstract concept development beyond the traditional course
section. Honors
sections of courses are identified by the letter “H” at the end of the
course number code in
the Schedule of Courses. For more information on the program and
eligibility rules, contact
the Honors Coordinator Elaine Torda at (845) 341-4004.
Make-Up of Classes Cancelled due to Inclement Weather

Evening classes canceled due to inclement weather will be rescheduled.
Students will
be advised by the instructor of the time and day of these sessions.
Generally, a make-up session
is held on the Friday evening of the next week.

Maximum Credit Load

In general, students may schedule their classes in the day or evening, or
both, in accordance
with their particular needs. To register for 20 or more credits in a
semester, or 9 or
more credits in a summer session, the permission of the appropriate
Associate Vice President
is required. Twelve or more credits in a semester constitutes a full-time
course load; one-
half credit to 11.5 credits is designated as part-time study.

Prerequisites

A prerequisite course is one that prepares a student for advanced courses
in an academic
field. Prerequisites may be waived or substituted at the discretion of
the appropriate department
chair. A signed waiver form must be filed with the Records and
Registration Office.

Note: Course prerequisites are listed on the far right column of the
schedule or as a
special notation connected with the course. A student without the
appropriate prerequisite or
waiver can be withdrawn from the course by the instructor.

Repeating a Course

A repeated course is automatically identified by the computer system. The
grade and credits
earned in the final attempt are calculated in the student’s academic
average. All grades remain
on the academic record. Students who receive financial aid should check
with the Financial
Aid Office before repeating a course in which a D or better grade was
earned. Note: Students in
Health Profession programs who wish to repeat a professional course must
receive approval from
the department chair and file a special permission card with the advisor.

Stop/Holds

Students who have unmet financial obligations to the College or who have
failed to
comply with college requirements, such as proof of immunization, will not
be permitted to
register, receive or send transcripts, or provide proof of enrollment to
other agencies/institutions
until the stop/hold is cleared with the issuing office. In addition, all
information relating
to student records will be withheld in accordance with the Family
Educational Rights
and Privacy Act.

Withdrawal from Non-Developmental Courses

During the semester, a student may withdraw from a course by completing a
withdrawal
(drop) form that is available at the Records and Registration Office with
an advisor’s signature.
No record of the course appears on the student’s transcript if the course
is dropped by February 5.
Thereafter, a grade of “W” is recorded if dropped by February 15 for
first-half semester courses,
by April 2 for a semester-long course, and by April 16 for second-half
semester courses. From
these dates forward, the student would need to do an Official Withdrawal
by the appropriate deadlines
(see Official Withdrawal from College section) or the instructor may
initiate an Instructor
Withdrawal. An instructor is not required to do an Instructor Withdrawal.

Withdrawals are processed by the Records and Registration Office as of
the day of receipt.
Please keep this in mind since refunds are generated from the processing
date.

Withdrawal from Developmental Courses

Students who are required to enroll in developmental courses must remain
enrolled in
them until they are successfully completed by the deadlines established
in academic policy
(See catalog, Developmental Education Program). To withdraw from a
required developmental
course a student needs the permission of the instructor, advisor, and the
coordinator
of developmental education or director of academic services or the
appropriate Associate
Vice President. Absence from class is not a sufficient reason when
seeking permission to
withdraw from a required developmental course. Students who choose to
enroll in developmental
courses may withdraw with the signature of an advisor.

Official Withdrawal from the College
A student may withdraw from the College and from all current semester
courses, including
developmental, if he or she does so by the deadline below. The student
should discuss
the decision with his or her advisor prior to withdrawal.

The student must complete the Total Withdrawal from College Form and the
Drop/Add
Form with appropriate signatures by April 20, 2007. Exit interviews with
Counseling Center
staff members are required for all admitted (matriculated) students.
Students who receive
any form of financial aid are required to obtain a financial aid
officer’s signature. Non-
matriculated students should complete and file the forms with Records and
Registration.

Withdrawal and Financial Aid Awards

Students who receive financial aid should check with the Financial Aid
Office since
withdrawal from either a single course or from all courses may affect
current or future aid.


Register for Credit Courses NOW! See pages 27/31
Spring 2007

FINAL GRADE ACCESS

Orange County Community College delivers final grades
through Internet grade reporting. To access your grades, you
will need to know your 7-digit student ID#.

From the SUNY Orange website, www.sunyorange.edu, click
on Academics, then click on Get Your Grades. You will see this
screen:

If you have activated your account within the last 2 years, you
do not have to do it again.

You can go directly to “Log In to View Grades”.

If you have not yet activated your account, you will need to
do so. Place your cursor on the Student ID block on the left half
of the screen (Activate Your Account) and enter the your 7-digit
ID (including the zeros if there are any in the beginning of the
ID#). Use the tab key to go down to the date of birth block, and
enter your birth date in the format indicated: mmddyy. Then
click on Proceed. You should see the Activate Your Account
screen, which tells you your password to view your grades.
WRITE THIS DOWN and enter it in the Password box. Then
click on Log In to View Grades.

The next screen you will see will contain your current semester
grades.

If you are unable to activate your account, please call
(845) 341-4175.

You will be able to access your Spring 2007 grades beginning
May 17, 2007.

To go directly to Log In To View Grades: From the college’s
website, www.sunyorange.edu, click on Academics, then click on
Get Your Grades.

Enter your 7-digit Student ID#, and the password you
received at activation (or the one you changed it to after you
logged in). Click Login. The next screen you will see is
the screen with your current semester grades, CQPA, Credits
Completed, and semester QPA.

If you have a hold on your records, your grades will not display
and you will be given a number to call to find out what the
hold is.

If you do not have grades for the current semester, there will
be no grades displayed.
After you have finished viewing your grades, log out of the
site, or close your browser so that NO ONE ELSE CAN VIEW
YOUR GRADES.

How to Change Your Password:

On the screen that shows your grades, you will see that you
have three choices: View Grades, Log Out (please do this after
viewing your grades), and Change Password.

Click on Change Password.

Do as the screen asks you: type in your current password,
Tab down to the next block and type in your new password,
Tab down and then retype your new password. Then click on
Submit. Now, each time you want to see your grades, you will
use your new password.

If You Have Forgotten Your Password:

On the screen where you Login to get your grades you will
see a message:

Retrieve forgotten password. Click on it. Do as the screen
asks, then Proceed. Your password will be emailed to your student
email address. Write down your username, then click on the
email link to open the email with your password in it.
CAMPUS MAP


Building Codes

No. Code Building name

9 HA . . . . . . . Harriman Hall

3 BT . . . . . . . Bio-Technology Building

2 HU . . . . . . . Hudson Hall

6 OH . . . . . . . Orange Hall

11 LRC. . . . . . . Learning Resource Center

12 SSC. . . . . . . Shepard Student Center

10 PE. . . . . . . . Physical Education Building

5 HO . . . . . . . Horton Hall

Off-Campus Locations:

KEY Key Bank Building

NFA Newburgh Free Academy

MWHS Monroe Woodbury High School

PJH Port Jervis High School

YMCA YMCA (Newburgh)

WVHS Warwick Valley High School

Best Routes to Middletown Campus

115 South Street, Middletown

Arriving from Connecticut or Upstate New York, take Interstate 84 West
to exit 3W, Route 17M (Middletown), proceed on 17M which becomes Dolson
Avenue. Continue on Dolson Avenue to Bennett Street, turning left on
Bennett to
the top of the hill (South Street).

From New York City or New Jersey; N.Y.S. Thruway to exit 16
(Harriman) to Route 17 West to exit 123 (Middletown). Follow 17M (to
Middletown) which becomes Dolson Avenue. Continue to Bennett, turning
left
on Bennett to top of hill (South Street).

From Upstate-Route 17 to exit 121W, Interstate 84 West for 3.3 miles to
exit 3W, (Route 17M) becomes Dolson Avenue. Continue on Dolson Avenue to
Bennett Street, turning left to Bennett Street.

Best Routes to Newburgh Extension Center (Key Bank Bldg)

One Washington Center, Newburgh

From Middletown: Take Interstate 84 East, exit 10, stay to right of ramp,
turn right onto Route 9W and immediately get into left lane. At
stoplight, turn
left onto North Plank Road which becomes Marine Drive (also named LeRoy
Place, Water Street). Continue on Marine Drive to Second Street. Turn
right onto
Second Street, go up hill, turn left onto Colden Street. Go one block,
NEC will
be on right.

From Route 17: Take Exit 121E (Interstate 84). Follow same directions as
if
coming from Middletown.

From Upstate New York or New York City/New Jersey area: Take New York
State Thruway to Exit 17. After toll booths, bear right, follow signs for
Interstate 84
East. Follow directions as if coming from Middletown.

Take Interstate 84West, Newburgh/Beacon Bridge, Exit 10, stay to right of
ramp, turn right at end of ramp. Staying to right, follow signs to Route
9W, turn
right onto Route 9W. Follow same directions as if coming from Middletown.

Best Routes to Newburgh Free Academy (NFA)

From the New York State Thruway: Take Exit 17 (Newburgh) to route
17K. Make left onto 17K and go nine traffic lights. Make a left onto
Fullerton
Ave. Go four blocks to South St. NFA is on the left.

From Middletown: Take Route 84 East to Exit 10 - Route 9W. Make a right
at the exit. Go to third traffic light (VFW Bldg. on corner). Make a
right onto
North St. Follow North St., bear left and go through traffic light onto
Fullerton
Ave. NFA is two blocks down on the right.

From Beacon: Take Route 84 across Newburgh Beacon Bridge to Exit 10
(South). Go to 9W. At the fourth traffic light make a right onto North
St. (VFW
on corner). Make a right onto North St. Follow North St., bear left and
go
through traffic light onto Fullerton Ave. NFA is two blocks down on the
right.

From Cornwall: Follow Route 9W North through Broadway. Continue on
route 9W to intersection of South St. (Downing Park on the right.) Make a
left
onto South St. and follow to the intersection of Fullerton Ave. NFA is on
the
right.

Best Route to YMCA Building

Follow directions to the Newburgh Extension Center. After the left on
Colden Street proceed to Broadway and make a right on Broadway. Follow
Broadway approximately 2 blocks to Grand Street.and make a right on Grand
Street. The YMCA Building is located at 54 Grand Street.

Best Route to Port Jervis High School

Route 209, Port Jervis

Take I-84 to Exit 1, left turn off exit ramp, bear right at first traffic
light (East
Main Street), right at fourth traffic light (Kingston Avenue), right at
next traffic
light (Hamilton Street), go down hill, bear left to Port Jervis High
School.

Best Routes to Monroe-Woodbury High School

From Middletown: Rt. 17 to Exit 131; left to light. Turn left at light
onto
Nininger Road; right onto Dunderburg Road. High school is on the right.

From South: Thruway to Exit 16 (Harriman). Immediately after toll, exit.
At light, go straight through to Nininger Road. (Then same as from
Middletown.)

Best Routes to Warwick High School

From the New York State Thruway (North): Take Exit 16 in Harriman
onto Route 17 West. Take Exit 127 (Greycourt Road). Go to top of the hill
and
turn left at the light onto Kings Highway (sign will say Warwick and
Sugar
Loaf). Continue on for approximately 3 miles. Turn right at Sugar Loaf
sign and
continue on Kings Highway until you get into Warwick. At the traffic
light in
Warwick, make a left and continue on Main Street until you get to the
second
light. At the light, turn right onto West Street and continue until you
reach another
red light. Go through the light, pass three houses on the left, and high
school
is the second big building past those homes.

From Route 17 East (South): Follow Route 17 East until you get to Exit
124 (Florida and Goshen) and follow Florida - 17A. Go through two lights
in
Florida and continue on Route 17A and 94 until you reach Warwick. At the
second light, make a right onto West Street and continue until you come
to a red
light. Go through the light, continue on until you reach the second big
building
on the left.
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SPRING 2007

TOUR OF

IRELAND

March 16 – 24, 2007

$1868 - $2138

Open to students, faculty, staff
and the general public

(trip may be taken for 1 college credit — course #11192
Literature, Time and Place: “Irish Renaissance” offered by the
SUNY Orange Department of English)

Final price will depend on number of participants enrolled.

Airfare, hotel, 7 breakfasts, 5 table d’hôte dinners, luxury
motorcoach transport with driver/guide for 8 days.

Tours of Dublin, Galway, Kinsale, Derry, the Aran Islands; two
theatre performances; dinner and entertainment at Taylor’s
Three Rock in Dublin; Medieval Banquet at an Irish castle; and
admission to Blarney Castle, Rock of Cashel, Dublin Writers
Museum, Trinity College, Belleek China Factory, Donegal
Castle, Giant’s Causeway, Drumcliffe Visitor Centre,
Ballintubber Abbey and Dun Aengus.

For more information or reservations, contact Dr. Kathy Malia,
professor of English, at 341-4005 or e-mail
kmalia@sunyorange.edu or Carol Gihr at 341-4197 or e-mail
cgihr@sunyorange.edu

Reserve early — trip sells out fast!

www.sunyorange.edu

SUNY ORANGE


Spring 2007

115 South Street

Middletown NY 10940

								
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