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									           SPRING 2013
     Graduate Course Bulletin




                                      MAIN CAMPUS
                                     DOBBS FERRY
                                          BRONX
                                      MANHATTAN
www.mercy.edu 1-877-MERCY-GO    YORKTOWN HEIGHTS
For the most current class schedule,
            please visit
       www.mercy.edu
                                 Spring 2013 Graduate Course Bulletin

                                         Table of Contents


Registration/Payment Procedures . . . .2                    How To Use This Course Schedule . . .14

Mercy Connect Guide For Payment                             Spring 2013 Graduate Semester
  And Financial Aid . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4          Communication Disorders . . . . . . . . . . .15
Spring 2013 Graduate Academic                               Counseling . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15
  Calendar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .5   Cybersecurity . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .17
                                                            Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .18
Hours Of Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6         English . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
                                                            Nursing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .22
General Information . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
                                                            Organizational Leadership . . . . . . . . . . .23
Financial Assistance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7         Physician Assistant Studies . . . . . . . . . .24
                                                            Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .24
Withdrawal and Refund . . . . . . . . . . . .7              School Building Leadership . . . . . . . . . .25
                                                            School Psychology . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .26
Refund Scheduale with Official
  Withdrawal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .7
                                                            Spring 2013 Graduate Trimester                                  This bulletin is current as of the
Payment Policy and Procedures                               Health Science . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27        print date of November 9, 2012.
  for All Students . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .8       Occupational Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .27            For the most up to date class
                                                            Physical Therapy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38          schedule, registraion, payment and
Payment Arrangements . . . . . . . . . . . . .8
                                                                                                                            refund policies please check online
Tuition And Fees For Spring 2013 . . . .9                   Spring 2013 Graduate Quarter                                    at www.mercy.edu
                                                            Accounting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Immunization Requirements . . . . . . . .10                 Business Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . .29             Mercy College reserves the right to
                                                                                                                            revise or change it’s academic
                                                            Finance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29
Meningococcal Information . . . . . . . . .11                                                                               calendar, rules, charges, fees,
                                                            Health Services Management . . . . . . . .30                    schedules, courses, requirements for
Meningococcal Meningitis                                    Human Resourse Management . . . . . . .30                       degrees and any other regulations,
  Vaccination Response Form . . . . . .12                   International Business . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31            policies or practices affecting students
                                                            Management . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31          whenever considered necessary or
Mercy College Immunization Record .13                                                                                       desirable. The foregoing changes
                                                            Marketing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .31
                                                            Web Strategy and Design . . . . . . . . . . . .31               may include, without limitation, the
                                                                                                                            elimination of courses, and programs.


                                                            Appendix: Forms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .32




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                                                                                                                            2013 Spring Graduate Course Bulletin       1
                        Registration/Payment Procedures

    In-person and Web registration begins on Friday, November 9, 2012 at noon.

• You must be in FULL compliance with the New York            To proceed with registration:
  State Immunization Law. Submit immunization
  documents to the Office of Student Services.                • Either process your registration online (see procedures
                                                                below) or take your registration form, signed by an
• Make and keep an appointment with your program                advisor, to the Office of Student Services to complete
  director/student service counselor to go over your            your registration.
  degree requirements and review your transcript on
  Mercy Connect. If you have transfer credits, pay            • You will be required to complete a Student
  particular attention to your transfer work, and make          Acknowledgement Statement and Method of Payment
  sure that you do not enroll in a course for which you         Information Form. This will be used to assist you in
  have already received credit.                                 completing your payment arrangements for the fall
• Review available courses through Mercy Connect.               term.

• Check prerequisites and registration restrictions for       • If you have changed your address, submit your change of
  each course in which you plan to register by clicking on      address request form at the Office of Student Services at
  the CRN and then clicking on the course title. This will      your local campus or fax it to 914-674-7516.
  tell you the prerequisite.
                                                              After you have registered:
• Make a list of the courses in which you plan to enroll
                                                              • Print your schedule via Mercy Connect.
  using a Registration/Schedule Worksheet.
                                                              • Follow through with your payment/financial aid
• Clear any holds that prevent registration. Your holds
                                                                procedures. You may pay online via Mercy Connect.
  status is available via Mercy Connect by selecting the
  student tab, then selecting “view holds.” If you have any
  questions about your holds, contact the Office of           WEB REGISTRATION
  Student Services at 1-888-464-6737.
                                                              Registration Instructions for Mercy Connect
• If you intend to use Financial Aid (grants and loans),
  you MUST file the 2012-13 Free Application for                Online students who live in the Tri State area must
  Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The Office of Student            follow the New York State Immunization Law.
  Services will give priority to those who filed by             You can fax your proof of immunization to the
  February 15, 2012. If you have not received an award          Office of Student Services at 914-674-7516.
  notification prior to the beginning of the semester,
  please visit the Office of Student Services at your home    • After logging into Mercy Connect select the
  campus IMMEDIATELY.                                           Administrative Services tab at the top of the page.
                                                                (If you have trouble logging into Mercy Connect, please
• All payment arrangements must be completed by
                                                                contact the Helpdesk at helpdesk@mercy.edu or
Semester: Jan. 4, 2013                                          914-674-7526.)
Trimester: Dec. 15, 2012
Quarter: Feb. 10, 2013                                        • To register for classes, choose Student and Financial
                                                                Aid.

                                                              • On the Student and Financial Aid page, choose
      For questions on your holds, call
                                                                Registration to view the Registration Menu.

           1-888-464-6737.                                    • You must select a term before you can access the
                                                                options on the Registration Menu. Click Select Term on
                                                                the Registration Menu.
    WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU!

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  – Spring 2013 Trimester (OT & PT)                            • To Drop a Class - In the second column, 'Action' there




                                                                                                                             Registration/Payment Procedres
                                                                                                                             2009 Summer Course Bulletin
  – Spring 2013 Quarter (Accounting, Health Service              is a window with a down arrow. Click on the arrow and
    Mgmt., Human Resources, Internet Business, MBA)              a message should appear indicating 'Web Drop'. Click
                                                                 this and then at the bottom of the form click on 'Submit
  – Spring 2013 Semester for all other programs
                                                                 Changes'. If the message (web drop) does not appear
Highlight the term, and click the Submit Term button.            in the window the period for dropping through the web
This will return you to the Registration Menu.                   is over and you should contact your advisor. Please see
                                                                 Withdrawals and Refunds.
• The first time you select add or drop classes for a term
  you will be required to complete a Student                   • You can view your schedule by clicking Detail
  Acknowledgement Statement and Method of Payment                Schedule on the Registration Menu. To get to the
  Information Form. This information will be used to assist      Registration Menu, click the menu icon on the toolbar
  you in completing your payment arrangements for the            located in the top right corner of the page. If you want
  fall term.                                                     to print your class schedule, click the printer icon on
                                                                 your web browser's toolbar.
• If you want to search for classes, click the Class
  Search button at the bottom of the page. This brings         Before you logout, click on Account Summary from the
  you to the Look Up Classes page. On this page, you           Student Account menu under Student and Financial
  can search for classes using specific criteria. You must     Aid. Make sure you have made the necessary
  select the subject name and any other criteria you           arrangements to cover your tuition using grants, loans,
  wish to specify (course number, campus, etc.) however        payment plan, etc.
  only the subject name is required. After selecting the
  criteria, click Class Search.                                WE ARE HERE TO HELP YOU:
• On the Look Up Classes page, a listing of classes
  fitting the criteria you specified will appear. Class        Graduate Advising:
  information, such as dates, days, time, campus, and          Contact your program director/student service
  seats available will appear for each class listing. If you   counselor
  wish to register for a class, check the box in front of
  the CRN and click Register. If there is a C in the box,      Registration Holds:
  the class is closed. If there is an X in the box it has      Student Services Support Center at 1-888-464-6737
  been cancelled. If you are on hold you will not be able
  to check any boxes.                                          Financial Aid:
                                                               Student Services Support Center at 1-888-464-6737
• If you do not have to look up classes because you
  already know the Course Reference Number (CRN)               Graduate Academic holds:
  choose Add or Drop Classes from the Registration             Contact your School Dean
  Menu. Then enter the CRNs in the boxes (one CRN per
  box). After entering the CRNs click the Submit               Computer helpdesk:
  Changes button. (If you receive an error message on          helpdesk@mercy.edu or 914-674-7526
  the Add/Drop Classes page, check your schedule of
  classes or contact your advisor.)

REGISTRATION/SCHEDULE WORKSHEET

 Subject, Course #, Title                                        CRN Number       Credit          Day      Time




                                                                                  2013 Spring Graduate Course Bulletin   3
         Mercy Connect Guide for Payment and Financial Aid




     1.
     2.
             Go to http://connect.mercy.edu/cp/home/loginf



     3.
             Login (See previous page for help getting your user name and password)



     4.
             Click on the Academic Services tab at the right side of the page



     5.
             Select Administrative Services



     6.
             Select Student & Financial Aid



     7.
             Click on “Student Account”

             Select Term to review current charges and financial aid package



     MERCY COLLEGE HOMEPAGE TO OBTAIN ENTRANCE/EXIT COUNSELING:


     1.
     2.
             Go to Mercy College Homepage at www.mercy.edu



     3.
             Go to Students



     4.
             Go to Financial Aid, Both Undergraduate and Graduate



     5.
             Go to Forms and Documentation

             All the way to Bottom of Page are Links (URL’S) for Entrance and Exit Interviews



     CANCELLATION AND SCHEDULE CHANGE POLICY


     The College reserves the right to revise, change schedule or cancel any course whenever
     considered necessary or desirable. Course cancellation information is posted in Mercy Connect.
     Students are also notified via Mercy Connect e-mail.




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                                                                                                                                       Calendar and Hours of Operation
                   Spring 2013 Graduate Academic Calendar

All terms follow the schedule for observed Federal holidays, as outlined in the term A schedule.

TERM A – 15 Week Semeste, Wednesday, January 23 – Tuesday, May 14
Communication Disorders, Counseling, Education, English Literature, Cybersecurity, Marriage and Family Therapy, Mental Health
Counseling, Nursing, Physician Assistant, Psychology, Educational Leadership, School Psychology
Monday, January 21               Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: College Holiday
Wednesday, January 23            Spring Term A Begins
Tuesday, January 29              Last Day for Registration and Change of Program
Monday, February 18              Presidents Day: College Holiday
Tuesday, March 12                Faculty Seminar Day; only classes beginning at or after 4 PM meet
Monday, March 25                 Spring Recess Begins
Monday, April 1                  Classes Resume
Friday, April 12                 Last Day for Course Withdrawal
Tuesday, May 14                  Spring Term A ends
Wednesday, May 15                Baccalaureate
Wednesday, May 22                Spring Commencement
Friday, May 24                   College Holiday
Monday, May 27                   Memorial Day: College Holiday
TERM E – Organizational Leadership, Tuesday, January 22 – Thursday, May 16

E1                 Tuesday, January 22 through Thursday, February 14
                   Last Day for Registration and Change of Program – January 26
E2                 Tuesday, February 19 through Monday, March 18
                   Last Day for Registration and Change of Program – February 23
E3                 Tuesday, March 19 through Monday, April 22
                   Last Day for Registration and Change of Program – March 23
E4                 Tuesday, April 23 through Thursday, May 16
                   Last Day for Registration and Change of Program – April 27
TERM R – 15 Weekend Trimester, Friday, January 4 – Sunday, April 21
Occupational Therapy, Physical Therapy
Thursday, January 10             Last Day for Registration and Change of Program
Monday, January 21               Martin Luther King, Jr. Day: College Holiday
Tuesday, March 12                Faculty Seminar Day: only classes beginning at or after 4 PM meet
Monday, March 25                 Spring Recess Begins
Monday, April 1                  Classes Resume
TERM Q – 10 Week Quarter, Monday, March 4 – Sunday, May 19

Business Administration, Human Resource Management, Public Accounting, Web Strategy and Design, Health Services Management
Sunday, March 10              Last Day for Registration and Change of Program
Tuesday, March 12             Faculty Seminar Day; only classes beginning at or after 4 PM meet
Monday, March 25              Spring Recess Begins
Monday, April 1               Classes Resume
TERMS V & X – Education, Saturday, January 26 – Saturday, May 3

6 Saturdays per course:
V       1/26; 2/9; 2/23; 3/9; 4/6; 4/20
X       2/2; 2/16; 3/2; 3/16; 4/13; 5/3

             THE COLLEGE RESERVES THE RIGHT TO EXTEND ANY TERM IN THE EVENT OF CLASS CANCELLATIONS
                                   DUE TO WEATHER AND/OR OTHER EMERGENCY.



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                                                                                                                                   General Information
                                       General Information

NON-DEGREE SEEKING STUDENTS                                  WITHDRAWALS AND REFUNDS

(Non-Matriculating) Students who wish to enroll in           Students wishing to withdraw from courses for which they
courses for college credit on a non-matriculating (non-      have registered MUST file an official withdrawal. Ceasing
degree) basis may register for those courses without         to attend classes does not constitute an official
making a formal application for admission to Mercy           withdrawal. If you do not officially withdraw it will result in
College. However, all non-matriculating students must        the issuance of a grade of “FW” which will be calculated
meet with an admissions counselor to complete a non-         into the student’s GPA as an “F” and may result in
degree form and to have the desired courses approved.        dismissal. In addition this status will be reported to the
                                                             Office of Student Services and may result in a
Non-matriculated students are not eligible for Federal,      reevaluation and possibly a reduction of financial aid
State or Institutional Financial Aid. For payment            funds. Notification to the instructor or to any other office
options or assistance with financial aid requirements, an    does not constitute an official withdrawal. An official
appointment with a Student Services Staff member is          withdrawal may be processed in person at any Student
recommended. You are welcome to the Office of Student        Services Office, or via Mercy Connect.
Services at any of our five campus locations or may
phone the Office of Admissions to become a matriculated
                                                             Withdrawal from class(es) does not necessarily entitle a
student at 877-MERCY-GO.
                                                             student to a refund of tuition and fees paid, or to a
                                                             reversal of tuition charged. Refunds will be made in
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE                                         accordance with the refund schedule. The date of
                                                             withdrawal will be the date the official withdrawal form is
The Office of Student Services communicates with             entered into the computer, not the last date of class
students both via Mercy Connect and via US Mail.             attendance. Students who receive financial aid should
Requests for required documentation and financial aid        contact a Student Services counselor.
award package notifications are sent as both a targeted
email message, and via US Mail. To expedite processes,
                                                             REFUND SCHEDULE WITH OFFICIAL
students are encouraged to login to Mercy Connect
weekly to check for these messages. Directions for using
                                                             WITHDRAWAL
Mercy Connect are available in the Mercy Connect
Section of this bulletin. Additionally, you are welcome to   (Dates indicate the last day on which the official withdrawal may
                                                             be processed)
visit one of our campus Office of Student Services if you
                                                             GRADUATE PROGRAMS
need personalized assistance. Finally, you may also
                                                                             100%           80%         50%         0%
contact us by telephone:
                                                             TERM A          Jan 29         Feb 5       Feb 12      Feb 13
   Athletic Scholarships        914-674-7566                 TERM R          Jan 11         Jan 18      ----        Jan 19

   Academic Scholarships 888-464-6737                        TERM Q (Spr) Apr 8             Apr 15      ----        Apr 16
                                                             TERM V          Jan 26         ----        ----        Jan 27
   Statement Account or
                                                             TERM X          Feb 2          ----        ----        Feb 3
   Financial Aid status         1-888-464-6737
                                                             Term E1         Jan 26         Jan 29      ----        Jan 30
                                                             Term E2         Feb 23         Feb 26      ----        Feb 27
                                                             Term E3         Mar 23         Mar 26      ----        Mar 27
                                                             Term E4         Apr 27         Apr 30      ----        May 1




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Students that withdraw during any part of the refund          ACCEPTABLE PAYMENT ARRANGEMENTS
period and have deferred payment via third party (whether     INCLUDE:
financial aid, employer, etc) arrangements will be
responsible for all tuition and related fees regardless if
eligibility of such arrangements for disbursement and/or      • Checks and credit cards (American Express, Discover,
payment have been established prior to withdrawal.              MasterCard, VISA)

                                                              • Official Scholarship Notification
Credit granted for tuition charged to American Express,
Discover, MasterCard or VISA will be credited to the          • Company Reimbursement – Written authorization on
student’s Mercy College account.                                company letterhead, signed by a supervisor, specifying
                                                                that payment will be made directly to Mercy College
Refunds will be granted only for credit that appears on the
                                                              • Employee Reimbursement – Tuition Reimbursement
student’s account. The processing of refunds from loans,
                                                                Agreement must be signed
financial aid award, or other third party reimbursement
cannot begin prior to the time the College certifies          • Approved Financial Aid grants and loans
eligibility and/or receives and posts the funds to the
                                                              • Payment Plan Agreements - Interest-Free Monthly
student’s account. Refund checks are made payable to
                                                                Payment Option Plan
the student and mailed to the student’s home address.
                                                              • Tuition Management Systems apply at www.afford.com
                                                                or 1-800-722-4867
PAYMENT POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR                             • Mercy College Payment Plan apply at
ALL STUDENTS                                                    https://www.mercy.edu/services/paymentplanform.pdf

To best serve your financial needs as a student at Mercy
                                                              Note: Students eligible for the maximum amount of
College, it is important to familiarize yourself with the
                                                                    financial aid and grants are still responsible for the
College’s payment policy. The following is a brief
                                                                    difference between tuition and fee charges and full
summary of those policies, for further information please
                                                                    grant eligibility.
refer to our web site or call 1-888-464-6737.
                                                                    A payment plan or supplemental private loan may
                                                                    be required to cover the balance due.
Acceptable payment arrangements must be made three
weeks before the first day of each term. Acceptable
payment arrangements include payment in full or
approved financial aid and a payment plan covering the
balance in full. Students who have not made satisfactory
payment arrangements will incur monthly late fees, and
will have registration/transcript holds placed on their
accounts. Prior balances must be paid in full.




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                                                                                                                                    Tuition and Fees
                           Tuition and Fees for Spring 2013
                         All fees are non-refundable and subject to change without prior notice.

Undergraduate Tuition                       Full Time (12 credits or more)              $8,498.00 per term
                                            Part Time (less than 12 credits)            $715.00 per credit

Undergraduate Registration Fee              12 credits or more                          $280.00 per term
                                            Less than 12 credits                        $140.00 per term
Special Program Tuition                     (For Fall and Spring Terms Only)
                                            Computer Arts & Technology
                                            (greater than 6 credits)                    $800.00 per term
                                            Computer Arts & Technology
                                            (6 credits or less)                         $400.00 per term
                                            Music Industry and Technology
                                            (greater than 6 credits)                    $800.00 per term
                                            Music Industry and Technology
                                            (6 credits or less)                         $400.00 per term

Graduate Tuition                            Communication Disorders                     $862.00 per credit
                                            Counseling                                  $798.00 per credit
                                            Cybersecurity                               $815.00 per credit
                                            Education                                   $798.00 per credit
                                            English Literature                          $798.00 per credit
                                            Health Services Management                  $798.00 per credit
                                            Human Resource Management                   $815.00 per credit
                                            MBA – Business Administration               $815.00 per credit
                                            Nursing                                     $798.00 per credit
                                            Occupational Therapy                        $862.00 per credit
                                            Organizational Leadership                   $815.00 per credit
                                            Physical Therapy                            $862.00 per credit
                                            Physician Assistant Studies                 $890.00 per credit
                                            Psychology                                  $798.00 per credit
                                            Public Accounting                           $815.00 per credit
                                            School Building Leadership                  $798.00 per credit
                                            School Psychology                           $798.00 per credit
                                            Web Strategy and Design                     $815.00 per credit

Graduate Registration Fee                   12 credits or more                          $280.00 per term
                                            Less than 12 credits                        $140.00 per term

Transcript Fee                              Official Transcript                         Free
                                            Unofficial Transcript                       $5.00 per copy

International Student Fee                   First Time Enrolled Fee                     $450.00

Application Fee                             Undergraduate                               $40.00
                                            Graduate                                    $40.00
                                            Graduate-OT/PT/OM Programs                  $62.00

Audit Fee                                                                               50% of tuition

Late Payment Fee                            For each late payment                       $100.00 each

Late Registration Fee                                                                   $100.00 each

Returned Check Fee                                                                       $20.00 each

*For additional fees not listed, refer to the Mercy College Course Bulletin and/or Catalogue for 2012-2013.



                                                                                         2013 Spring Graduate Course Bulletin   9
                              Immunization Requirements

All students enrolling for six or more credits must be       Measles: Two doses are required.
in full compliance with the New York State                   1st Dose administered after the age of 12 months.
Immunization law, and will not be permitted to               2nd Dose administered more than 30 days after the first
register for classes without proof of one MMR and            dose and after the age of 15 months.
submission of a completed meningitis form. The               In the alternative, the student can present medical proof
remaining documentation must be submitted within             of the disease or laboratory proof of immunity (student
30 days of the start of the semester. If the                 must submit a copy of the lab report).
documentation is not submitted, the student will not
be allowed to continue attending classes and will be         Mumps: One Dose
dropped from his/her courses without refund (full            One dose administered after the age of 12 months or
tuition liability).                                          laboratory proof of immunity (student must submit a
                                                             copy of the lab report).
There are several ways to comply with the immunization
requirements:                                                Rubella: One Dose
                                                             One dose administered after the age of 12 months or
MENINGOCOCCAL MENINGITIS                                     laboratory proof of immunity (student must submit a
                                                             copy of the lab report).
The New York Public Health Law requires that colleges
distribute information about Meningococcal Meningitis        The MMR combined vaccination fulfills the requirement
disease and vaccination to all students registered for six   for one dose of measles, one mumps, and one rubella
or more credits. Students are required to decide             immunization; however, a second measles vaccine,
whether or not to be immunized for Meningitis and to         administered at least 30 days after the first dose, is
submit a form that formally confirms their decision. A       required. Because the combined vaccine was not
copy of the form is provided in this booklet. The            available in the United States before January 1, 1972,
completed form should be submitted to the Office of          no MMR immunizations administered before that date
Student Services (it can be faxed to 914-674-7516) or if     are acceptable for US students.
you prefer, submit the information electronically through
Mercy Connect https://www.mercy.edu/vaccine                  For more information about immunization, please contact
Electronic submission of the meningitis form through         your doctor or the NYS Department of Health website at
Mercy Connect will be accepted as your signature.            www.health.state.ny.us


MEASLES, MUMPS, AND RUBELLA (MMR)

The New York Public Health Law requires that all college
students born after December 31, 1956 who are taking
six or more credits in a semester provide a certificate
documenting immunity to measles, mumps, and rubella
(MMR) before their first term of study.




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                                                                                                                                         Immunization Requirements and Forms
                                  Meningococcal Information

On July 22, 2003, Governor Pataki signed New York State              Is there a vaccine to prevent meningococcal meningitis?
Public Health Law (NYSPHL) 2167 requiring colleges and               In February 2005 the CDC recommended a new vaccine,
universities to distribute information about meningococcal           known as Menactra™ for use to prevent meningococcal
disease and vaccination to all students meeting the enrollment       disease in people 11-55 years of age. The previously licensed
criteria, whether they live on or off campus. This law became        version of this vaccine, Menomune™ is available for children 2-
effective on August 15, 2003.                                        10 years old and adults older than 55 years. Both vaccines are
                                                                     85% to 100% effective in preventing the 4 kinds of the
What is meningococcal disease?                                       meningococcus germ (types A, C, Y, W-135). These 4 types
Meningococcal disease is a severe bacterial infection of the         cause about 70% of the disease in the United States. Because
bloodstream or meninges (a thin lining covering the brain and        the vaccines do not include type B, which accounts for about
spinal cord) caused by the meningococcus germ.                       one-third of cases in adolescents, they do not prevent all cases
Who gets meningococcal disease?                                      of meningococcal disease.
Anyone can get meningococcal disease, but it is more common
in infants and children. For some adolescents, such as first year    Is the vaccine safe? Are there adverse side effects to the
college students living in dormitories, there is an increased risk   vaccine?
of meningococcal disease. Every year in the United States            Both vaccines are currently available and both are safe and
approximately 2,500 people are infected and 300 die from the         effective vaccines. However, both vaccines may cause mild
disease. Other persons at increased risk include household           and infrequent side effects, such as redness and pain at the
contacts of a person known to have had this disease,                 injection site lasting up to two days.
immunocompromised people, and people traveling to parts of
the world where meningococcal meningitis is prevalent.               Who should get the meningococcal vaccine?
                                                                     The vaccine is recommended for all adolescents entering
How is the meningococcus germ spread?                                middle school (11-12 years old) and high school (15 years old),
The meningococcus germ is spread by direct close contact             and all first year college students living in dormitories.
with nose or throat discharges of an infected person.                However, the vaccine will benefit all teenagers and young
                                                                     adults in the United States. Also at increased risk are people
What are the symptoms?                                               with terminal complement deficiencies or asplenia, some
High fever, headache, vomiting, stiff neck and a rash are            laboratory workers and travelers to endemic areas of the world.
symptoms of meningococcal disease. The symptoms may
appear 2 to 10 days after exposure, but usually within 5 days.       What is the duration of protection from the vaccine?
Among people who develop meningococcal disease, 10-15%               Menomune™, the older vaccine, requires booster doses every
die, in spite of treatment with antibiotics. Of those who live,      3 to 5 years. Although research is still pending, the new
permanent brain damage, hearing loss, kidney failure, loss of        vaccine, Menactra™, will probably not require booster doses.
arms or legs, or chronic nervous system problems can occur.

What is the treatment for meningococcal disease?                     How do I get more information about meningococcal
Antibiotics, such as penicillin G or ceftriaxone, can be used to     disease and vaccination?
treat people with meningococcal disease.                             Contact your physician or your student health service.
                                                                     Additional information is also available on the websites of the
Should people who have been in contact with a diagnosed              New York State Department of Health, www.health.state.ny.us;
case of meningococcal meningitis be treated?                         the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Only people who have been in close contact (household                www.cdc.gov/ncidod/diseases/index.htm; and the American
members, intimate contacts, health care personnel performing         College Health Association, www.acha.org
mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, day care center playmates, etc.)
need to be considered for preventive treatment. Such people          Please make sure you complete and return the Meningococcal
are usually advised to obtain a prescription for a special           Meningitis Response Form within 30 days of the beginning of
antibiotic (either rifampin, ciprofloxacin or ceftriaxone) from      the semester. Please note that according to NYS Public Health
their physician. Casual contact, as might occur in a regular         Law, no institution shall permit any student to attend the
classroom, office or factory setting, is not usually significant     institution in excess of 30 days without complying with this law.
enough to cause concern.


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                                         MERCY COLLEGE
                               MENINGOCOCCAL MENINGITIS VACCINATION
                                         RESPONSE FORM



     Mercy College is required to maintain a record of the following for each student:
             1. A response to receipt of meningococcal disease and vaccine information signed by the student.
             2.. A record of meningococcal meningitis immunization within the past 10 years; or
             3. An acknowledgement of meningococcal disease risks and refusal of the immunization signed by
                the student.


     New York State Public Health Law requires that all college and university students enrolled for at least six (6)
     semester hours complete and return the following form to the Office of Student Services. Please check one:

     I have (for students under the age of 18: My child has):

             had meningococcal meningitis immunization within the past 10 years.
             Date received: ___________________________(Please attach proof signed by a health care
             provider.)

             [Note: If you (your child) received the meningococcal vaccine available before February 2005 called
             Menomune™, please note this vaccine’s protection lasts for approximately 3 to 5 years.
             Revaccination with the new conjugate vaccine called Menactra™ should be considered within 3-5
             years after receiving Menomune™.]

             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 ______________________
                          (Parent / Guardian if student is a minor.)



            Print Student’s Name _______________________________ Student’s Date of Birth____________

            Student’s Mercy College ID #: _________________________________________

            Student’s Social Security #: ___________________________________________

     ELECTRONIC SUBMISSION OF THIS FORM THROUGH MERCY CONNECT WILL BE ACCEPTED AS
     YOUR SIGNATURE: https://www.mercy.edu/vaccine OR YOU CAN FAX THIS FORM TO THE OFFICE OF
     STUDENT SERVICES AT 914-674-7516


                                                                                              Mercy College Meningitis Form 10/07




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                                                                                                                                     Immunization Requirements and Forms
                                        MERCY COLLEGE
                                     IMMUNIZATION RECORD



Name ____________________________________________ Date _______________________________

Social Security # ___________________________________ Date of Birth _________________________

Mercy College ID # _________________________________

I certify that the following is the immunization record of the above-named person. This record is
presented in accordance with the New York State Immunization requirements for college students.

Measles (Rubeola):
Two doses of measles vaccine:                    Date:   Dose 1 ___________________
(given after 1st birthday)                               Dose 2 ___________________
    OR
Physician documented history of the disease      Date of Disease: ___________________
    OR
Serologic evidence of immunity                   Date of positive immune titer: _________

Rubella:
One dose of rubella vaccine:                     Date:   Dose 1 _____________________
  OR
Serologic evidence of immunity                   Date of positive immune titer: __________

Mumps:
One dose of mumps vaccine:                       Date:   Dose 1 _____________________
  OR
Physician documented history of the disease      Date of Disease: ____________________
  OR
Serologic evidence of immunity                   Date of positive immune titer: __________

Medical/Religious Exemption: __________________________________________________



Health Official Name (Please print): ________________________________________________________

Address: _____________________________________________________________________________

_____________________________________________________________________________________

Telephone: ____________________________________________________________________________

Health Official’s Signature: ________________________________________________________________


 Mercy College is required by law to have all students born after December 31, 1956 in compliance. Please be
    advised that you will not be able to register unless your immunization records are submitted to your
                                      campus Office of Student Services.

                                                                         Mercy College Immunization Compliance MMR Form 10/07




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                             How to use this course schedule

                Course ID                                                                             Time
                                                                   Day(s) of week                  class meets
                                                                    class meets
      Subject                                                                                                             Credits
                                                                                                Term
                                      Course Title
 BIOLOGY

 DF       BIOL130DFA        HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I                    T     02:30 PM - 05:20 PM        A      CLA     4       192

 DF       BIOL130DFA        HUMAN ANATOMY & PHYSIOLOGY I                    R     06:00 PM - 08:50 PM        A      ONL     3       222

                                                           Format
                                                             CLA - in class
     Campus                                                  ONL - fully online                                   CRN Number
                                                             BLD - in class with online component
                                                             MM - Maintenance of Matriculation
     COURSE FORMATS
     Mercy College offers classes in three basic formats, all with high standards of academic quality:
     “Classroom” meaning in a traditional classroom, lab, or studio situation. Students can take classroom-based courses at any
     of one or more our five convenient campuses in Dobbs Ferry, Bronx, Manhattan, White Plains, or Yorktown Heights. These
     courses form the majority of classes offered at Mercy College. A course marked as “CLA” in the course guide is a traditional
     classroom course.
      “Online” meaning 100% delivered over the internet using web-based software and other supports. These courses are
     marked “ONL” in the course guide (“distance learning”). Online courses generally don’t meet at a particular time, rather
     students and faculty post messages and have conversations with each other in secure online environments at times that meet
     their own schedules. The academic expectations are the same as a classroom-based course. Mercy College has developed
     orientation materials for talking an online course: https://www.mercy.edu/academics/mercy-online/student-resources/
      “Blended” meaning a combination of classroom-based meetings and online instruction using web-based software and other
     supports. These courses are marked “BLD” in the course guide (“blended”). This format brings the best benefits of being with
     the instructor in a classroom environment with the convenience and enhancements possible online. Courses will vary on the
     proportion of classroom and online components (between 20 to 80% each), but the academic expectations are the same.
     Mercy College has developed orientation materials for talking the online portions of a blended course:
     https://www.mercy.edu/academics/mercy-online/student-resources/



                                                             LEGEND

                   Campus Codes                                                  Day Abbreviation
                   BX  = Bronx                                                   M   = Monday
                   DF  = Dobbs Ferry                                             T   = Tuesday
                   DL  = Online Learning (Web)                                   W = Wednesday
                   MT  = Manhattan                                               R   = Thursday
                   YH  = Yorktown                                                F   = Friday
                                                                                 S   = Saturday
                   CRN = Course Reference Number                                 U   = Sunday
                   TBA = To Be Announced                                         MW = Monday & Wednesday
                                                                                 TR = Tuesday & Thursday



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                    Spring 2013 Graduate Semester
CAMPUS COURSE       TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM    FORMAT     CREDIT       CRN#


COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
DF     CMDS525DFA   Disorders:Articul & Phonology    W     05:00 pm - 07:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1413

DF     CMDS525DFB   Disorders:Articul & Phonology    W     01:15 pm - 03:45 pm   A       CLA          3          1414

DL     CMDS530DLA   Advanced Audiology               TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1415

DF     CMDS540DFA   Dysphagia/Aqird Motr Spch Dsor   M     05:00 pm - 08:10 pm   A       CLA          4          1416

DF     CMDS545DFA   Voice Disorders                  W     05:00 pm - 07:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1418

DF     CMDS550DFA   Communication Disorders Adults   T     05:41 pm - 08:10 pm   A       CLA          3          1419

DF     CMDS550DFB   Communication Disorders Adults   T     11:40 am - 02:10 pm   A       CLA          3          3026

DF     CMDS590DFA   Autism/Early Intervention        M     05:00 pm - 07:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1420

DF     CMDS590DFB   AAC & Pediatric Feeding          M     05:00 pm - 07:30 pm   A       CLA          3          5451

DF     CMDS612DFA   Research Colloquium II           TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          2          3028

DF     CMDS620DFA   Clinical Practicum I             T     04:30 pm - 05:30 pm   A       CLA          1          1423

DF     CMDS621DFA   Adv. In House Clinical Pract     TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          1          4339

DF     CMDS625DFA   Clinical Practicum II            T     04:30 pm - 05:29 pm   A       CLA          2          1424

DF     CMDS630DFA   Clinical Practicum III           T     04:30 pm - 05:29 pm   A       CLA          2          1425

DF     CMDS635DFA   Schl-Based Clncl Prctcm          T     04:30 pm - 05:29 pm   A       CLA          2          1426

DF     CMDS640DFA   Clncl Prctcm in Audiology        T     09:00 am - 10:00 am   A       CLA          1          1427

DF     CMDS800DFA   Preclinic workshop               MW    09:00 am - 12:00 pm   A       CLA          0          6691

DF     CMDS890DFA   Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          0          3661

DF     CMDS891DFA   Clncl Prctcm Continuation        TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          0          2382

DF     CMDS899DFA   Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   A       MM           0          2590


COUNSELING
BX     CNSL502BXA   Sbstnc Abuse: Prvntn&Intrvntn    W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          2885

BX     CNSL525BXA   Cnslng College Bound Student     T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4025

DF     CNSL525DFA   Cnslng College Bound Student     R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4168

DF     CNSL601DFA   Crisis Counseling/Mental Hlth    W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1260

DF     CNSL614DFA   Intro Cnslt & Fam/Comm/Mn Hlt    W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1261

DL     CNSL614DLA   Intro Cnslt & Fam/Comm/Mn Hlt    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1264

BX     CNSL620BXA   Psychl Dysfnctn in the Family    T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1265

DF     CNSL625DFA   Domestic Violence                M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1266

DL     CNSL625DLA   Domestic Violence                TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          2882

BX     CNSL630BXA   Counseling and Ethics            W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1268

DL     CNSL630DLA   Counseling and Ethics            TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1270



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CAMPUS COURSE              TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM   FORMAT   CREDIT   CRN#


BX       CNSL640BXA        Human Development I              T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1271

DF       CNSL640DFA        Human Development I              M     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1273

DL       CNSL640DLA        Human Development I              TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       2351

BX       CNSL642BXA        Human Development II             R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1274

BX       CNSL642BXW        Human Development II             S     08:30 am - 10:45 am   A      BLD       3       5351

DF       CNSL642DFA        Human Development II             T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4277

DL       CNSL642DLA        Human Development II             TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1275

BX       CNSL650BXA        Counseling and Application I     T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1276

DF       CNSL650DFA        Counseling and Application I     T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1278

DL       CNSL650DLA        Counseling and Application I     TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       2441

BX       CNSL651BXW        Mlticltrl Prspctives in Cnslng   S     02:15 pm - 04:30 pm   A      BLD       3       5352

DL       CNSL651DLA        Mlticltrl Prspctives in Cnslng   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1281

BX       CNSL653BXA        Family Life Style Assessment     T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1282

BX       CNSL654BXA        Psychopathology                  R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1287

DF       CNSL654DFA        Psychopathology                  R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1288

DL       CNSL654DLA        Psychopathology                  TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       2356

BX       CNSL655BXA        Counseling and Application II    T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1290

BX       CNSL655BXB        Counseling and Application II    S     11:00 am - 01:15 pm   A      BLD       3       5768

DF       CNSL655DFA        Counseling and Application II    W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1291

DF       CNSL657DFB        Fmly Cnslng in Urban Setting     W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       3542

BX       CNSL660BXA        Practicum in Group Work          T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1294

BX       CNSL660BXB        Practicum in Group Work          M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1295

DF       CNSL660DFB        Practicum in Group Work          R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1297

DF       CNSL665DFA        Career Devlpmnt and Cnslng       W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1299

DL       CNSL665DLA        Career Devlpmnt and Cnslng       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1300

BX       CNSL667BXB        Diagnostic Tools: Measurement    S     08:30 am - 10:45 am   A      BLD       3       6382

DF       CNSL667DFA        Diagnostic Tools: Measurement    M     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4278

DL       CNSL667DLA        Diagnostic Tools: Measurement    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4030

BX       CNSL673BXA        Research Methodology             M     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       3177

DF       CNSL673DFA        Research Methodology             W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6816

DL       CNSL673DLA        Research Methodology             TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4031

BX       CNSL678BXA        Aspcts Alchlsm & Sbstnc Abuse    M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4707

BX       CNSL682BXA        Intrnshp I: Bilingual Setting    W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7428

BX       CNSL683BXA        Intrnshp II: Bilingual Setting   W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1311

BX       CNSL684BXA        Intrnshp I: School Setting       T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       3397

DF       CNSL684DFA        Intrnshp I: School Setting       M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       5400

BX       CNSL685BXB        Intrnshp II: School Setting      T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       2886

DF       CNSL685DFA        Intrnshp II: School Setting      R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1314


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                                                                                                                        SPRING 2013 Graduate Semester
DL     CNSL685DLA   Intrnshp II: School Setting      TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          4034

BX     CNSL687BXA   Intrnshp II: Mntl Health         T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          1317

BX     CNSL687BXB   Intrnshp II: Mntl Health         R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7230

DF     CNSL687DFA   Intrnshp II: Mntl Health         R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          6          6385

BX     CNSL688BXA   Intrnshp I-Bilingual Setting     W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7427

BX     CNSL689BXA   Intrnshp II-Bilingual Set        W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7398

BX     CNSL690BXA   Intrnshp I-School Setting        T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7425

DF     CNSL690DFA   Intrnshp I-School Setting        M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7426

BX     CNSL691BXA   Intrnshp II-School Setting       T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          6          7399

DL     CNSL691DLA   Intrnshp II-School Setting       TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          6          7400

DF     CNSL890DFA   Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          0          1318

DF     CNSL899DFA   Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   A       MM           0          1319


CYBERSECURITY
DF     IASP520DFA   Data Mining/Knowledge Discover R       06:15 pm - 09:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7396

DF     IASP550DFA   Firewall & Intrusion Detection   M     06:15 pm - 09:05 pm   A       BLD          3          5069

DF     IASP580DFA   IT Audit & Compliance            T     06:15 pm - 09:05 pm   A       BLD          3          2042

DL     IASP600DLA   Master's Project                 TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3386

DF     IASP890DFA   Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          0          6190

DF     IASP899DFA   Maintaining Matriculation        TBA   TBA                   A       MM           0          4908


EDUCATION
BX     EDUC500BXA   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6471

BX     EDUC500BXB   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     S     08:50 am - 11:40 am   A       CLA          3          6472

DF     EDUC500DFA   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6473

DL     EDUC500DLA   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6475

DL     EDUC500DLB   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6476

DL     EDUC500DLC   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6477

MT     EDUC500MTA   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6478

YH     EDUC500YHA   Edu Fnd Diverse Perspectives     M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6480

BX     EDUC501BXA   Education in Today's Schools     W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          2991

DL     EDUC501DLA   Education in Today's Schools     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1467

BX     EDUC502BXA   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       W     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1469

BX     EDUC502BXB   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       S     12:10 pm - 02:50 pm   A       CLA          3          2992

DF     EDUC502DFA   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       W     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1470

DL     EDUC502DLA   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1473

DL     EDUC502DLB   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1474

DL     EDUC502DLC   Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6482


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CAMPUS COURSE              TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM   FORMAT   CREDIT   CRN#


MT       EDUC502MTA        Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1471

YH       EDUC502YHA        Fndtns Educ Sdnts w/Dsblts       M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1472

BX       EDUC504BXA        Cltrl Prspctvs Tchng Lrng Prcs   T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1480

DL       EDUC504DLA        Cltrl Prspctvs Tchng Lrng Prcs   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1484

BX       EDUC505BXA        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1485

DF       EDUC505DFA        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1486

DL       EDUC505DLA        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1489

DL       EDUC505DLB        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3013

DL       EDUC505DLC        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6483

DL       EDUC505DLD        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6484

MT       EDUC505MTA        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        M     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1487

YH       EDUC505YHA        Tchng English as 2nd Lang        R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1488

BX       EDUC506BXA        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl M       04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1490

DF       EDUC506DFA        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl T       07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1634

DL       EDUC506DLA        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl TBA     TBA                   A      ONL       3       1493

DL       EDUC506DLB        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl TBA     TBA                   A      ONL       3       3537

DL       EDUC506DLC        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl TBA     TBA                   A      ONL       3       6215

MT       EDUC506MTA        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl M       04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1491

YH       EDUC506YHA        Ed Evl/Assmt ECldhd-Adol&Dsabl W       04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1492

BX       EDUC507BXB        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6217

DF       EDUC507DFA        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   R     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1495

DF       EDUC507DFB        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   F     12:20 pm - 02:50 pm   A      CLA       3       7347

DL       EDUC507DLA        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1498

DL       EDUC507DLB        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3825

DL       EDUC507DLC        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4799

DL       EDUC507DLD        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6803

MT       EDUC507MTA        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1496

YH       EDUC507YHA        Aprchs Lit: EChldhd-Adolescenc   W     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       1497

DL       EDUC508DLA        Thry & Prctc Blngl Ed            TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3826

DL       EDUC508DLB        Thry & Prctc Blngl Ed            TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6822

MT       EDUC508MTA        Thry & Prctc Blngl Ed            M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6487

DF       EDUC509DFA        Lngstcs & Lang Dvlpmnt           R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       5047

DL       EDUC509DLA        Lngstcs & Lang Dvlpmnt           TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4267

DL       EDUC511DLA        Mthds & Mtrls Adlscnc Ed/Math    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6228

DL       EDUC511DLB        Mthds & Mtrls Adlscnc Ed         TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7348

DL       EDUC511DLC        Meth Material Soc Studies Adol   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6230

DL       EDUC511DLD        Meth Material English Adol       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6231

BX       EDUC513BXA        Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1509


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                                                                                                                        SPRING 2013 Graduate Semester
DF     EDUC513DFA   Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1510

DL     EDUC513DLA   Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3827

DL     EDUC513DLB   Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5689

MT     EDUC513MTA   Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          2997

YH     EDUC513YHA   Intr Erl Chld Ed:Fndtn/Meth/Mt   T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7350

BX     EDUC514BXA   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6233

DF     EDUC514DFA   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   M     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          5048

DL     EDUC514DLA   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3828

DL     EDUC514DLB   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6234

DL     EDUC514DLC   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          3          6787

MT     EDUC514MTA   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   W     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6235

YH     EDUC514YHA   Wrk w/Prnts/Famls Erl Chld-Chl   T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6236

DL     EDUC515DLA   Psych & Mid Chlhd Dvlpmnt        TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5381

BX     EDUC517BXA   Educ Psych & Adlscnt Dvlpmnt     W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1516

DF     EDUC517DFA   Educ Psych & Adlscnt Dvlpmnt     R     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          5052

DL     EDUC517DLA   Educ Psych & Adlscnt Dvlpmnt     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5053

DL     EDUC518DLA   Mthds & Mtrls in Mid Chldhd Ed   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6499

DL     EDUC518DLB   Mthds & Mtrls in Mid Chldhd Ed   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6950

DF     EDUC521DFA   Mth/Mtr Tch Stds Spc Nds BCBA T        04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7352

DF     EDUC522DFA   Lang Develop & Lit Acquisition   TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          3          7158

DL     EDUC522DLA   Lang Develop & Lit Acquisition   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5055

DF     EDUC524DFA   Sing Sub Rsrch Dsgn Educ         T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6501

BX     EDUC531BXA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6238

DF     EDUC531DFA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6239

DL     EDUC531DLA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6242

DL     EDUC531DLB   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6797

MT     EDUC531MTA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     M     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A       CLA          3          6244

YH     EDUC531YHA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts B-6     T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6245

DF     EDUC532DFA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts 7-12    T     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A       CLA          3          6247

DF     EDUC532DFB   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts 7-12    F     08:30 am - 11:20 am   A       CLA          3          7443

DL     EDUC532DLA   Tchng Stdnts with Dsblts 7-12    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6249

DL     EDUC537DLA   Crtcl Issues In Amrcn Edctn      TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6502

BX     EDUC546BXA   Educ Assesmnt SWD                M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7161

DF     EDUC546DFA   Educ Assesmnt SWD                M     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          7162

DF     EDUC546DFB   Educ Assesmnt SWD                F     08:50 am - 11:40 am   A       CLA          3          7353

DL     EDUC546DLA   Educ Assesmnt SWD                TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7163

DL     EDUC546DLB   Educ Assesmnt SWD                TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7164

DL     EDUC546DLC   Educ Assesmnt SWD                TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7165


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CAMPUS COURSE              TITLE                           DAYS TIME                   TERM   FORMAT   CREDIT   CRN#


MT       EDUC546MTA        Educ Assesmnt SWD               R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7166

YH       EDUC546YHA        Educ Assesmnt SWD               T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7167

BX       EDUC548BXA        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    M     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7168

BX       EDUC548BXB        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7169

DF       EDUC548DFA        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7170

DL       EDUC548DLA        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7171

DL       EDUC548DLB        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7172

DL       EDUC548DLC        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7173

MT       EDUC548MTA        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7174

YH       EDUC548YHA        Prin/Strat Clsrm Mgt for SWD    R     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7175

BX       EDUC551BXA        Lang Arts Cldhd/ ECldhd Educ    M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6250

DF       EDUC551DFA        Lang Arts Cldhd/ ECldhd Educ    M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6507

DL       EDUC551DLA        Lang Arts Cldhd/ ECldhd Educ    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6262

DL       EDUC551DLB        Lang Arts Cldhd/ ECldhd Educ    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6725

YH       EDUC551YHA        Lang Arts Cldhd/ ECldhd Educ    M     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       6252

BX       EDUC552BXA        Soc Studies Cldhd/ECldhd Edu    M     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       6253

DF       EDUC552DFA        Soc Studies Cldhd/ECldhd Edu    R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6254

DL       EDUC552DLA        Soc Studies Cldhd/ECldhd Edu    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6263

DL       EDUC552DLB        Soc Studies Cldhd/ECldhd Edu    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6785

YH       EDUC552YHA        Soc Studies Cldhd/ECldhd Edu    M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6255

BX       EDUC553BXA        Math Cldhd/ECldhd Educ          W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6256

DF       EDUC553DFA        Math Cldhd/ECldhd Educ          R     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       6257

DL       EDUC553DLA        Math Cldhd/ECldhd Educ          TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6264

DL       EDUC553DLB        Math Cldhd/ECldhd Educ          TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6829

MT       EDUC553MTA        Math Cldhd/ECldhd Educ          M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6258

DF       EDUC554DFA        Science Cldhd/ECldhd Educ       M     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       6259

DL       EDUC554DLA        Science Cldhd/ECldhd Educ       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6265

DL       EDUC554DLB        Science Cldhd/ECldhd Educ       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6786

MT       EDUC554MTA        Science Cldhd/ECldhd Educ       M     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       6260

DF       EDUC561DFA        Ltrcy Instctn Stdnts Dsbls      M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6266

DL       EDUC561DLA        Ltrcy Instctn Stdnts Dsbls      TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3831

DL       EDUC573DLA        Lrng Tchnlgy Across Eng Lang    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       2412

YH       EDUC573YHA        Lrng Tchnlgy Across Eng Lang    W     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1525

BX       EDUC590BXA        Teach Writing/Writing Process   M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7354

DL       EDUC590DLA        Teach Writing/Writing Process   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6724

DL       EDUC591DLA        Child & Adolescent Literature   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6240

DL       EDUC591DLB        Child & Adolescent Literature   TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7355

DL       EDUC604DLA        Math & Science Bilngl Ed        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7176


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                                                                                                                        SPRING 2013 Graduate Semester
BX     EDUC605BXA   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1539

BX     EDUC605BXB   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7356

DF     EDUC605DFA   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1541

DF     EDUC605DFB   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6516

MT     EDUC605MTA   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1542

YH     EDUC605YHB   Assess/Crct Lit Prb EChld/Chl    T     04:00 pm - 06:50 pm   A       CLA          3          4369

DL     EDUC616DLA   Thry/Prac 2nd Lng Tch Std Disb   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7358

DL     EDUC617DLA   Literacy Instruct Brth-Grade 6   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6744

DF     EDUC629DFA   Mdrn Eng Strct/Tch Eng 2nd Lg    R     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A       CLA          3          7359

DL     EDUC629DLA   Mdrn Eng Strct/Tch Eng 2nd Lg    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3840

BX     EDUC636BXA   Mth/Mtrls Tch Eng 2nd Lg PK-12   R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7360

DL     EDUC636DLA   Mth/Mtrls Tch Eng 2nd Lg PK-12   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6648

DL     EDUC642DLA   Ad Mth Tch Lang/SS Chld/EChld    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7178

BX     EDUC643BXA   Read/Write Cntnt Area Grd 5-12   W     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1563

DF     EDUC643DFA   Read/Write Cntnt Area Grd 5-12   R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          5063

DL     EDUC643DLA   Read/Write Cntnt Area Grd 5-12   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1566

DL     EDUC643DLV   Read/Write Cntnt Area Grd 5-12   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7361

DF     EDUC648DFA   Dmsns of Lrng & Ltrcy            R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1568

BX     EDUC658BXA   Seminar: Orgn/Admin Lit Prgms    T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          6521

DL     EDUC658DLA   Seminar: Orgn/Admin Lit Prgms    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5391

DL     EDUC659DLA   Pract Literacy Assess Birth-12   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7362

YH     EDUC659YHA   Pract Literacy Assess Birth-12   T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          3850

BX     EDUC660BXA   Practicum in Lit Instr Practic   T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          3819

DL     EDUC660DLA   Practicum in Lit Instr Practic   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6522

YH     EDUC660YHA   Practicum in Lit Instr Practic   T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          3851

DL     EDUC706DLA   Schl Intrnshp/Seminar Bilng Ed   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7363

BX     EDUC707BXA   Mentoring Seminar TESOL          W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6557

BX     EDUC709BXA   Student Teaching Experience      T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6269

DF     EDUC709DFA   Student Teaching Experience      W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6272

DF     EDUC709DFB   Student Teaching Experience      W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6273

DF     EDUC709DFC   Student Teaching Experience      W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6274

DF     EDUC709DFD   Student Teaching Experience      W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6556

MT     EDUC709MTA   Student Teaching Experience      R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6275

MT     EDUC709MTB   Student Teaching Experience      R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7179

YH     EDUC709YHA   Student Teaching Experience      R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6278

YH     EDUC709YHB   Student Teaching Experience      R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6279

YH     EDUC709YHC   Student Teaching Experience      R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6280

BX     EDUC713BXA   Seminar in Teaching              M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6282


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CAMPUS COURSE              TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM   FORMAT   CREDIT   CRN#


DF       EDUC713DFA        Seminar in Teaching              T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6283

DL       EDUC713DLA        Seminar in Teaching              TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6284

DF       EDUC890DFA        Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       0       1613

DF       EDUC899DFA        Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   A      MM        0       1614

DL       ENGE540DLA        Applied English Grammar          TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6526

DL       HSTE533DLA        Critical Issues in US History    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6287

DF       MTHE535DFA        Problem Solving in Mathematics   T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6288

DF       MTHE540DFA        Enrchng Tchng Sec Sch Math       T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7383

DF       MTHE551DFA        Coll Tchng/Lng SecSchMath 2      T     07:10 pm - 09:20 pm   A      CLA       3       7384

DL       SCIE556DLA        Oceanography                     TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6531


ENGLISH
DL       ENGL506DLA        History of Poetic Forms          TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7126

DL       ENGL507DLA        Narrative Strategies/Novel       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7127

DL       ENGL508DLA        History Of Drama In English      TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       5076

DL       ENGL510DLA        Theory/Pract Expository Wrtng    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6083

DL       ENGL511DLA        Search Identity In Amer Lit      TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7128

DL       ENGL514DLA        Major Authors                    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7397

DL       ENGL515DLA        Irish Writers                    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7317


NURSING
DL       NURS505DLA        Phlsphcl Fndtns of Nursing       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3838

BX       NURS512BXA        Health Policy                    W     08:30 am - 11:20 am   A      CLA       3       7446

DL       NURS512DLA        Health Policy                    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1675

DL       NURS512DLB        Health Policy                    TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1673

DF       NURS520DFA        Rsrch Prspctvs & Methods         T     11:40 am - 02:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1676

DL       NURS520DLA        Rsrch Prspctvs & Methods         TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1678

DF       NURS525DFA        Independent Study                TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7386

DF       NURS533DFA        Advncd Hlth Assessment           R     11:40 am - 02:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7387

DL       NURS533DLA        Advncd Hlth Assessment           TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       6108

DL       NURS612DLA        Cmptr Tech In Nur Ed             TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       3839

DL       NURS612DLB        Cmptr Tech In Nur Ed             TBA   TBA                   B      ONL       3       7388

DF       NURS614DFA        Student Evaluation               R     06:15 pm - 09:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1681

DL       NURS614DLA        Student Evaluation               TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1682

DF       NURS621DFA        Hlth Care Fncng                  R     06:15 pm - 09:05 pm   A      CLA       3       7389

DF       NURS631DFA        Hmn Rsrce Mgmt Hlth Care         R     02:50 pm - 05:40 pm   A      CLA       3       7447

DL       NURS631DLA        Hmn Rsrce Mgmt Hlth Care         TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       5642

BX       NURS641BXA        Capstone II                      T     11:40 am - 02:30 pm   A      CLA       3       7390


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                                                                                                                        SPRING 2013 Graduate Semester
DF     NURS641DFA   Capstone II                      R     02:50 pm - 05:40 pm   A       CLA          3          4263

DL     NURS641DLA   Capstone II                      TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          4265

DL     NURS667DLA   Nurs Edctn OR Admin Prctcm       TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          2          1685

DL     NURS667DLB   Nurs Edctn OR Admin Prctcm       TBA   TBA                   B       ONL          2          7391

DL     NURS668DLA   Role Dvlpmt Advncd Nurs Prctc    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          1          1688

DL     NURS668DLB   Role Dvlpmt Advncd Nurs Prctc    TBA   TBA                   B       ONL          1          7392

DL     NURS701DLA   Strtgc Plng Hlth Care Org        TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          2829

DL     NURS721DLA   Measure Organizational Perform   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          4719


ORGANIZATIONAL LEADERSHIP
BX     ORGL510BXA   Becoming Transformational Ldr    MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E1      BLD          3          1689

DF     ORGL510DFA   Becoming Transformational Ldr    TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E1      BLD          3          5990

DL     ORGL510DLA   Becoming Transformational Ldr    TBA   TBA                   E1      ONL          3          1692

MT     ORGL510MTA   Becoming Transformational Ldr    MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E1      BLD          3          1693

BX     ORGL515BXA   Practicing Ethical Leadership    MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E2      BLD          3          1694

DF     ORGL515DFA   Practicing Ethical Leadership    TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E2      BLD          3          5991

DL     ORGL515DLA   Practicing Ethical Leadership    TBA   TBA                   E2      ONL          3          1697

MT     ORGL515MTA   Practicing Ethical Leadership    MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E2      BLD          3          1698

BX     ORGL520BXA   Aligning Meaning and Purpose     MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E3      BLD          3          1699

DF     ORGL520DFA   Aligning Meaning and Purpose     TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E3      BLD          3          5992

DL     ORGL520DLA   Aligning Meaning and Purpose     TBA   TBA                   E3      ONL          3          1702

MT     ORGL520MTA   Aligning Meaning and Purpose     MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E3      BLD          3          1703

BX     ORGL525BXA   Integrative Case Studies I       MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E4      BLD          2          1704

DF     ORGL525DFA   Integrative Case Studies I       TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E4      BLD          2          5993

DL     ORGL525DLA   Integrative Case Studies I       TBA   TBA                   E4      ONL          2          1707

MT     ORGL525MTA   Integrative Case Studies I       MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E4      BLD          2          1708

BX     ORGL540BXA   Collaborative Communication      TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E1      BLD          3          2870

DF     ORGL540DFA   Collaborative Communication      MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E1      BLD          3          1710

DL     ORGL540DLA   Collaborative Communication      TBA   TBA                   E1      ONL          3          1711

MT     ORGL540MTA   Collaborative Communication      MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E1      BLD          3          1712

BX     ORGL545BXA   Leading Diverse Teams            TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E2      BLD          3          2871

DF     ORGL545DFA   Leading Diverse Teams            MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E2      BLD          3          1714

DL     ORGL545DLA   Leading Diverse Teams            TBA   TBA                   E2      ONL          3          1715

MT     ORGL545MTA   Leading Diverse Teams            MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E2      BLD          3          1733

BX     ORGL550BXA   Leading Team Projects            TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E3      BLD          3          2872

DF     ORGL550DFA   Leading Team Projects            MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E3      BLD          3          1734

DL     ORGL550DLA   Leading Team Projects            TBA   TBA                   E3      ONL          3          1735




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CAMPUS COURSE              TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM   FORMAT   CREDIT   CRN#


MT       ORGL550MTA        Leading Team Projects            MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E3     BLD       3       1736

BX       ORGL555BXA        Integrative Case Study II        TR    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E4     BLD       2       2873

DF       ORGL555DFA        Integrative Case Study II        MW    06:15 pm - 10:30 pm   E4     BLD       2       1737

DL       ORGL555DLA        Integrative Case Study II        TBA   TBA                   E4     ONL       2       1738

MT       ORGL555MTA        Integrative Case Study II        MW    05:45 pm - 10:00 pm   E4     BLD       2       1739

DL       ORGL570DLA        Build Sustainable Organization   TBA   TBA                   E1     ONL       3       1740

DL       ORGL575DLA        Developing Learning Systems      TBA   TBA                   E2     ONL       3       1741

DL       ORGL580DLA        Implementing Change Initiative   TBA   TBA                   E3     ONL       3       1742

DL       ORGL585DLA        Integrative Case Studies III     TBA   TBA                   E4     ONL       2       1743

DF       ORGL590DFA        Research Project                 TBA   TBA                   E4     BLD       3       1744

PHYSICIAN ASSISTANT STUDIES
BX       PHAS505BXA        Fndmntls Clncl Med III           TBA   02:30 pm - 05:30 pm   A      CLA       5       1637

BX       PHAS510BXA        Pharmacology II                  M     09:00 am - 12:00 pm   A      CLA       3       1638

BX       PHAS512BXB        Prvntv Med, Pblc Hlth            TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7116

BX       PHAS512BXC        Prvntv Med, Pblc Hlth            TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7117

BX       PHAS514BXA        Evidence-Based Medicine          W     09:00 am - 10:00 am   A      CLA       2       1640

BX       PHAS514BXC        Evidence-Based Medicine          TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7125

BX       PHAS528BXA        Commctn in Mdcl Encntr           TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       6377

BX       PHAS528BXB        Commctn in Mdcl Encntr           TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7118

BX       PHAS528BXC        Commctn in Mdcl Encntr           TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7119

BX       PHAS529BXA        Clncl Decsn Mkng Prblm Slvng     R     09:00 am - 12:00 pm   A      CLA       3       1642

BX       PHAS529BXB        Clncl Decsn Mkng Prblm Slvng     TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7120

BX       PHAS529BXC        Clncl Decsn Mkng Prblm Slvng     TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7121

BX       PHAS533BXA        Physical Diagnosis II            R     02:00 pm - 05:00 pm   A      CLA       2       6378

BX       PHAS533BXB        Physical Diagnosis II            TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7122

BX       PHAS533BXC        Physical Diagnosis II            TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7123

BX       PHAS541BXA        Clinical Lab Procedures II       TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       6379

BX       PHAS541BXB        Clinical Lab Procedures II       TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       7124

BX       PHAS601BXA        Pediatrics Clerkship             TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       4       1647

BX       PHAS603BXA        Emergency Medicine Clerkship     TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       4       1649

BX       PHAS606BXA        Elective Clerkship               TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       2       1652


PSYCHOLOGY
DF       PSYN602DFA        Devlpmnt Across the Lifespan     T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4169

DL       PSYN603DLA        Contemp Theories in Psych        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4039

DL       PSYN604DLA        Physiological Psychology         TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       4040

DF       PSYN605DFA        Couples Therapy:Theory & Pract   T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4170



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                                                                                                                        SPRING 2013 Graduate Semester
DF     PSYN614DFA   Intro Cnslt & Fam/Comm/Mn Hlt    W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1262

DL     PSYN614DLA   Intro Cnslt & Fam/Comm/Mn Hlt    TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          1263

DF     PSYN616DFB   Statstcs & Rsrch Methdlgy I      R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4478

DL     PSYN616DLA   Statstcs & Rsrch Methdlgy I      TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          2890

DF     PSYN617DFA   Statstcs & Rsrch Methdlgy II     T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1322

DL     PSYN617DLA   Statstcs & Rsrch Methdlgy II     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          5535

DF     PSYN625DFA   Domestic Violence: Fmly Trtmnt   M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1267

DL     PSYN625DLA   Domestic Violence: Fmly Trtmnt   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          2883

DL     PSYN630DLA   Practicum I                      TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6388

BX     PSYN641BXA   Practicum II - MFT               T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          5065

DF     PSYN641DFA   Practicum II - MFT               T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4172

DF     PSYN641DFB   Practicum II - MFT               W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4042

DF     PSYN644DFA   Group Experience                 W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          2888

BX     PSYN653BXA   Family Life Style Assessment     T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1283

BX     PSYN654BXA   Psychopathology                  R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1286

DF     PSYN654DFA   Psychopathology                  R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1289

DL     PSYN654DLA   Psychopathology                  TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          2357

DF     PSYN656DFA   Family Law                       M     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7231

DF     PSYN657DFB   Fmly Cnslng in Urban Setting     W     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A       CLA          3          3541

DF     PSYN665DFA   Professional Issues and Ethics   T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1327

DF     PSYN709DF4   Master Thesis Supervision        TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          6          7074

DF     PSYN710DF3   Clinical Research Project        TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          3          7007

DF     PSYN710DF4   Clinical Research Project        TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          3          6835

DF     PSYN710DFA   Clinical Research Project        W     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          4173

DF     PSYN890DFA   Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   A       CLA          0          1330

DF     PSYN899DFA   Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   A       MM           0          1331

SCHOOL BUILDING LEADERSHIP
BX     EDSA500BXA   Issues/Trends Amrcn Edctn        M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1428

DL     EDSA500DLA   Issues/Trends Amrcn Edctn        TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3864

BX     EDSA530BXA   Prfsnl Schl Admin/Sprvsn         M     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A       CLA          3          1437

DL     EDSA530DLA   Prfsnl Schl Admin/Sprvsn         TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          3865

DL     EDSA530DLB   Prfsnl Schl Admin/Sprvsn         TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7336

BX     EDSA535BXA   Orgnztn of Cmmnty Rltns Prgm     R     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          6195

DL     EDSA535DLA   Orgnztn of Cmmnty Rltns Prgm     TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          7337

BX     EDSA540BXA   Mngng Tchng Lrng Prcs            W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          1441

BX     EDSA545BXA   Crit Iss Spcl Ed Gen Ed Leadrs   T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A       CLA          3          7339

DL     EDSA545DLA   Crit Iss Spcl Ed Gen Ed Leadrs   TBA   TBA                   A       ONL          3          6198



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BX       EDSA555BXA        School Finance                 T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1447

DL       EDSA555DLA        School Finance                 TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       1448

DL       EDSA555SWA        School Finance                 TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7340

BX       EDSA560BXA        School Law                     T     07:10 pm - 09:30 pm   A      CLA       3       1449

DL       EDSA560DLA        School Law                     TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       5458

DL       EDSA560DLB        School Law                     TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       7341

BX       EDSA580BXA        Clinic for Schl Admn           W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6202

BX       EDSA590BXA        Internship I                   M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1457

BX       EDSA590BXB        Internship I                   TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       4882

BX       EDSA591BXA        Internship II                  M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1460

BX       EDSA591BXB        Internship II                  M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       5905

BX       EDSA591BXC        Internship II                  T     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6464

BX       EDSA591BXD        Internship II                  TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       6971

BX       EDSA591BXE        Internship II                  TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7343

DF       EDSA591DFA        Internship II                  TBA   TBA                   A      CLA       3       7344

MT       EDSA591MTA        Internship II                  M     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       6465


SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY
DF       SCPY616DFB        Stats & Rsrch Mthdlgy I        R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       4479

DL       SCPY616DLA        Stats & Rsrch Mthdlgy I        TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       2891

DF       SCPY617DFA        Stats & Rsrch Mthdlgy II       T     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1323

DL       SCPY617DLA        Stats & Rsrch Mthdlgy II       TBA   TBA                   A      ONL       3       5536

DF       SCPY652DFA        Devlpmntl Psychopathology      T     07:10 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1334

DF       SCPY670DFA        Fldwrk in Schl Psych           W     04:45 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1337

DF       SCPY705DFA        Dgns of Lrning Prblms          R     07:15 pm - 10:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1338

DF       SCPY718DFA        Indvdl Assmt: Cgntv I          R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1339

DF       SCPY718DFB        Indvdl Assmt: Cgntv I          R     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1340

DF       SCPY721DFA        Indvdl Assmt: Prsnlty II       T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1341

DF       SCPY721DFB        Indvdl Assmt: Prsnlty II       T     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1342

DF       SCPY771DFA        Intrnshp in Schl Psych         M     04:15 pm - 07:05 pm   A      CLA       3       1343

DF       SCPY899DFA        Maintenance of Matriculation   TBA   TBA                   A      MM        0       1345




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                     Spring 2013 Graduate Trimester

CAMPUS COURSE        TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM    FORMAT     CREDIT       CRN#

HEALTH SCIENCE
DF     HLSC410DFB    Applied Neurosci/Rehab Prof      S     08:30 am - 03:30 pm   R       CLA          4            48

DF     HLSC410DFA    Applied Neurosci/Rehab Prof      S     08:30 am - 03:30 pm   R       CLA          4            73




                                                                                                                                              Semester
OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY
DF     OCTR510DFA    Adlscnc Occptnl Thrpy Pract      S     09:00 am - 05:30 pm   R       CLA          5            12

DF     OCTR511DFA    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Chld           TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            13

DF     OCTR511DFB    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Chld           TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            14

DF     OCTR512DFA    Prblm Based Lrng Adlscnt Hlth    F     06:00 pm - 08:30 pm   R       CLA          1            15

DF     OCTR512DFB    Prblm Based Lrng Adlscnt Hlth    F     06:00 pm - 08:30 pm   R       CLA          1            16

DF     OCTR515DFA    Occptnl Thrpy Assmt Trtmt I      U     09:00 am - 05:00 pm   R       CLA          3            17

DF     OCTR615DFA    Geriatrics & Thrpy Pract         S     09:00 am - 05:00 pm   R       CLA          3            21

DF     OCTR616DFA    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Clients        TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            22

DF     OCTR616DFB    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Clients        TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            23

DF     OCTR617DFA    Prblm Bsd Lrng Geriatric Hlth    F     06:00 pm - 08:30 pm   R       CLA          1            24

DF     OCTR617DFB    Prblm Bsd Lrng Geriatric Hlth    F     06:00 pm - 08:30 pm   R       CLA          1            25

DF     OCTR620DFA    Occptnl Thrpy Mgmt & Ldrshp      U     09:00 am - 05:00 pm   R       CLA          3            26

DF     OCTR623DFA    Clincl Ed II - 1st Plcmnt        TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          4            27

DF     OCTR890DFA    Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          0            31

DF     OCTR899DFA    Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   R       MM           0            32

DF     OCTR619DFA    OT Assmnt/Trt V: Cogntv & Occu   TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          2            46

DF     OCTR637DFA    Adv. Topics in Pediatric OT      TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            56

DF     OCTR640DFA    Adv. Topics in OT Adult Rehab    TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            57

DF     OCTR643DFA    Adv. Topics in OT Neuro Rehab    TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            58

DF     OCTR646DFA    Adv. Topics in Hlth & Wellness   TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            59

DF     OCTR511DFC    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Chld           TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            66

DF     OCTR616DFC    Lvl I Fldwrk Oldr Clients        TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          1            67

DF     OCTR515DFB    Occptnl Thrpy Assmt Trtmt I      U     09:00 am - 05:00 pm   R       CLA          3            69

DF     OCTR623ADFA   OT Clinical Hours                TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          0.5          70

DF     OCTR619DFB    OT Assmnt/Trt V: Cogntv & Occu   TBA   TBA                   R       CLA          2            72




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PHYSICAL THERAPY
DF       PHTR500DFA        Intro Physical Therapy Measure   TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       2         33

DF       PHTR506DFA        Kinesiology                      U     09:00 am - 04:30 pm   R      CLA       4         35

DF       PHTR545DFA        Adolescence & PT Practice        F     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   R      CLA       5         36

DF       PHTR545DFA        Adolescence & PT Practice        S     09:00 am - 06:00 pm   R      CLA       5         36

DL       PHTR546DLA        Adoles & Prob Solving Applicat   TBA   TBA                   R      ONL       1         37

DF       PHTR560DFA        PT Assessment & Treatment II     TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       3         38

DF       PHTR550DFA        Advanced Research Theory         TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       1         39

DF       PHTR555DFA        Professional Issues              TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       1         40

DF       PHTR627DFA        Maturity & PT Practice I         F     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   R      CLA       3         41

DF       PHTR627DFA        Maturity & PT Practice I         S     09:00 am - 06:00 pm   R      CLA       3         41

DF       PHTR628DFA        Maturity & PT Practice II        TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       3         42

DL       PHTR631DLA        Maturity & Prob Solving APP      TBA   TBA                   R      ONL       1         43

DF       PHTR630DFA        Case Study Clinic Prob Slv       U     11:00 am - 05:00 pm   R      CLA       3         44

DF       PHTR630DFB        Case Study Clinic Prob Slv       U     11:00 am - 05:00 pm   R      CLA       3         45

DF       PHTR890DFA        Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       0         50

DF       PHTR899DFA        Maintenance Matriculation        TBA   TBA                   R      MM        0         51

DF       PHTR706DFA        Clinical Ed Continuation         TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       6         53

DL       PHTR546DLB        Adoles & Prob Solving Applicat   TBA   TBA                   R      ONL       1         54

DF       PHTR720DFA        Advanced Clinical Ed III         TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       3         55

DF       PHTR630DFC        Case Study Clinic Prob Slv       U     11:00 am - 05:00 pm   R      CLA       3         60

DL       PHTR699DLA        Independent Study                TBA   TBA                   R      ONL       1         64

DF       PHTR705DFA        Advanced Clinical Ed II          TBA   TBA                   R      CLA       3         65




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                     Spring 2013 Graduate Quarter
CAMPUS COURSE       TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM    FORMAT     CREDIT       CRN


ACCOUNTING
DF     ACCT530DFA   Adv Acct Theory & Applications   T     06:15 pm - 10:00 pm   Q       CLA          3           37

DF     ACCT530DFB   Adv Acct Theory & Applications   W     06:15 pm - 10:00 pm   Q       CLA          3          103

DF     ACCT540DFA   Adv Business Entity Taxation     M     06:15 pm - 10:00 pm   Q       CLA          3          128

DF     ACCT742DFA   Financial Statement Analysis     M     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           13

DF     ACCT899DFA   Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   Q       MM           0           77


BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
DF     MBAA501DFA   Financial Accounting             W     06:30 pm - 09:03 pm   Q       CLA          3           15

MT     MBAA501MTA   Financial Accounting             M     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          130

DL     MBAA502DLA   Corporate Finance                TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          120

MT     MBAA504MTA   Marketing Systems                R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          123

DF     MBAA507DFA   Intro to Quantitative Analysis   R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           17

DF     MBAA509DFA   International Business           R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           18

DL     MBAA509DLA   International Business           TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          121

MT     MBAA509MTA   International Business           W     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          134

DF     MBAA530DFA   Mgmt & Life-Work Planning        W     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          135

DF     MBAA535DFA   Communication Processes          S     11:00 am - 05:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          136

DF     MBAA601DFA   Quantitative Meth Bus Research   M     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           19

MT     MBAA601MTA   Quantitative Meth Bus Research   M     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          139

DF     MBAA602DFA   Managerial Economics             R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           20

DL     MBAA602DLA   Managerial Economics             TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          126

MT     MBAA605MTA   Business, Govt & Society         R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          142

DF     MBAA810DFA   Capstone Seminar I               R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3           21

DF     MBAA811DFA   Capstone Seminar II              TBA   TBA                   Q       CLA          3           22

DF     MBAA816DFA   Comprehensive Case Analysis II   W     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          155

DF     MBAA890DFA   Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   Q       CLA          0           23

DF     MBAA899DFA   Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   Q       MM           0           24


FINANCE
DL     FINC701DLA   Money and Capital Markets        TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          104

MT     FINC701MTA   Money and Capital Markets        T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       BLD          3          147

DF     FINC702DFA   Money & Capital Market Apps      T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       BLD          3          168

DF     FINC703DFW   Corporate Financial Policy       F     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          150




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DF       FINC703DFW        Corporate Financial Policy       S     08:30 am - 10:30 am   Q      CLA       3       150

DF       FINC707DFA        Portfolio Management             R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      BLD       3       169


HEALTH SERVICE MANAGEMENT
DF       HSMG601DFA        Health Care in the U.S.          T     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   Q      BLD       3       171

DL       HSMG621DLA        Health Care Financing            TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3        59

DF       HSMG641DFA        Ethic Issues/Hlth Care Manager   S     09:00 am - 12:00 pm   Q      BLD       3        60

DF       HSMG701DFA        Strat Plan for Hlth Care Org.    W     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   Q      CLA       3        93

DF       HSMG711DFA        Legal Envirn of Health Care Mg   M     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   Q      CLA       3       107

DL       HSMG711DLA        Legal Envirn of Health Care Mg   TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3       108

DF       HSMG721DFA        Measure Organizational Perform   R     06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   Q      BLD       3        61

DL       HSMG731DLA        Write for Professional Effect    TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3       112

DF       HSMG801DFA        Internship Experience            TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       3        63

DF       HSMG811DFA        Capstone Project Hlth Serv Mgt   TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       6        64

DF       HSMG811DFB        Capstone Project Hlth Serv Mgt   TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       6       161

DF       HSMG890DFA        Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       0        65

DF       HSMG899DFA        Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   Q      MM        0        66

DL       MPAT521DLA        Action Rsrch & Data Analysis     TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3        85

DF       MPAT541DFA        Managerial Communic/Leadershp T        06:00 pm - 09:00 pm   Q      BLD       3        68


HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
DF       HRMG500DFA        Intro to Human Resource Mgmt.    W     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      CLA       3        78

DL       HRMG520DLA        Tech/Tools Human Res Mgt.        TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3        91

DL       HRMG525DLA        Mgt in a Changing Work Environ   TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3        42

DF       HRMG530DFA        Accounting and Finance           T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      CLA       3        80

DF       HRMG630DFA        Employment Law                   R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      CLA       3        89

DF       HRMG650DFA        Current Issues Human Res Mgt     S     09:00 am - 12:45 pm   Q      CLA       3        46

DF       HRMG710DFA        Recruitment and Selection        T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      CLA       3       109

DF       HRMG715DFA        Training and Development         S     01:15 pm - 05:00 pm   Q      CLA       3        47

DL       HRMG730DLA        Organizational Behavior          TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3       115

DL       HRMG750DLA        Wage/Salary Admin & Comp         TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3       127

DL       HRMG770DLA        Labor Relations                  TBA   TBA                   Q      ONL       3       101

DF       HRMG785DFA        Research Techniques/Thesis       T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q      ONL       3        53

DF       HRMG799DFA        Internship in Human Res Mgt      TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       3        54

DF       HRMG810DFA        Capstone: Thesis                 TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       3        55

DF       HRMG890DFA        Capstone Continuation            TBA   TBA                   Q      CLA       0        57

DF       HRMG899DFA        Maintenance of Matriculation     TBA   TBA                   Q      MM        0        58




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CAMPUS COURSE       TITLE                            DAYS TIME                   TERM    FORMAT     CREDIT       CRN




                                                                                                                       SPRING 2013 Graduate Quarter
INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
DF     INBU703DFA   International Trade              R     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       BLD          3          152

MT     INBU706MTA   Comparative International Mgmt   W     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       BLD          3          170


MANAGEMENT
DL     MGMT705DLA   Management Decision Theory       TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          105

DF     MGMT725DFA   Work, People & Productivity      T     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          157


MARKETING
DF     MKTG704DFA   Futuristic Marketing             M     06:30 pm - 09:30 pm   Q       CLA          3          154

DL     MKTG709DLA   Product Development Strategy     TBA   TBA                   Q       ONL          3          114


WEB STRATEGY AND DESIGN
DF     INBS711DFA   Resrch Proj Int Bus Sys II       TBA   TBA                   Q       BLD          3           71




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